Women's History Month

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Prince George's County celebrates Women's History Month! Explore exhibits, performances, recommended reading, and experiences throughout the County.


Women's History Month Heritage Hub

The Prince George's County Memorial Library's Heritage Hub highlights American cultures year-round. Keep up with Women’s History Month events including discussions, celebrations, and activism in the County.

Celebrations and Networking

39th Annual Women’s History Month Luncheon

On Thursday, March 28, 2024, Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks will host the 39th Annual Women’s History Month Luncheon (WHML) to celebrate the dynamic accomplishments of women who serve in and partner with government to influence and impact our communities. 

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International Women’s Day 2024

The African Diaspora Advisory Board and Maryland African Chamber of Commerce present International Women's Day 2024. The theme this year is Inspire Inclusion.

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Innovative Women Networking Event

Join us for an extraordinary networking experience! Hear the story of Vintner Ifeoma C. Onyia and what inspired her to create Clyopatra Winery and Vineyard. Discover the elegance of the first African immigrant woman-owned winery in the USA while connecting with fellow professionals.

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You're cordially invited to join the vibrant community of successful women entrepreneurs from our region in celebrating International Women's Day. Together, let's heed the global call to action: "Invest in Women: Accelerate Progress”.  

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Performances and Shows

Brandee Younger

A leading voice of the harp, Brandee Younger recently made history at the 2022 Grammy Awards as the first Black female solo artist nominated in the Best Instrumental Composition category for her song “Beautiful Is Black” that also received a 2022 NAACP Image Award nomination for Outstanding Jazz Album: Instrumental.
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Lori Williams

For over three decades, Lori Williams has had the honor of working with many notable artists as lead, background, studio session, and or guest vocalist including Oleta Adams, Yolanda Adams, Norman Brown, Tom Browne, Peabo Bryson, Chuck Brown, Vesta Williams, Angela Winbush, and a whole cavalcade of artists and stars of yesterday and today.
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Ekaterina Kotcherguina

Praised for her “fresh and exuberant” stage presence, soprano Ekaterina Kotcherguina is a flexible performer, equally compelling when portraying light-hearted damsels or tragic heroines.
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Washington Women in Jazz

The Washington Women in Jazz Festival centers around an emerging artist showcase, elevating young musicians and providing opportunities to connect with professional musicians.
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Syncopated Ladies: Live

Syncopated Ladies: Live is a ground-breaking all-female tap production that propels beautiful, classy, and diverse women onto a re-invigorated stage, weaving their inspiring stories with intricate footwork, feminine prowess, and life-renewing energy.
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Family and Kids' Activities

Harriet Tubman

This stirring drama with music is a classic tribute to the great American who freed herself and hundreds of others from the bonds of slavery. Share her adventurous life with your students in this accurate and deeply moving musical history lesson.
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Princess Party: The Princess and the Frog

Jump into spring with a little Cosplay Costume and some animated magic. Return to the Publick Playhouse for our second annual Royal Dress-up & Family Fun Day.

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Art Shows and Exhibitions

Sharon Sefton: The Simple News that Nature Told

Working in varied mediums, printmaking allows Sharon Sefton to utilize both her love of drawing and painting. She creates nature portraits of landscapes, plants, and animals for which she has a deep appreciation.

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Anna U. Davis: “Road to Recovery”

Renowned Washington, D.C. artist – by way of Lund, Sweden, Anna U Davis will exhibit an important body of work that delves into a powerful personal visual journey of living life with breast cancer.

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