Bambi Mroz on Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame: Celebrating 300 Years of Connecticut’s Remarkable Women

06/12/2015 - 7:00 pm
Community Room of the Canterbury, CT Town Hall
1 Municipal Drive - Canterbury, CT 06331

There will be a brief business session at 7:00 pm, followed by the program & refreshments.

Bambi Mroz
Bambi Mroz

Bambi Mroz , Director of Administration and Programming for the Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame, will introduce us to this virtual hall of fame, its mission and programs, and some of its remarkable 106 inductees—our state’s most influential women from across all fields of endeavor, from politics and sports to the arts and sciences. Be inspired as we explore the contributions of well-known figures like Ella Grasso, Katharine Hepburn, and Marian Anderson, and lesser known heroines such as Maria Sanchez, Barbara McClintock, and Hannah Watson. 

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http://www.cwhf.org

You’re Invited!
Canterbury Historical Society programs are free and the public is warmly invited. Bring a friend, stay for complimentary refreshments, and get to know us a little. We will do our best to make you feel welcome. The business session, which begins at 7:00, rarely lasts more than half an hour. If you want to skip it and just come for the program, plan to arrive about 7:30.

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