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NOTE-Appointments for curbside pickup should be made in
advance at www.picktime.com/hplib or by calling the library.

Computers, study rooms, meeting rooms, seating, and public
bathrooms will remain unavailable for the time being. Masks are required.
(if you are unable to wear a mask, we are happy to offer curbside service)

Click on the graphic for more great resources and local happenings!
National Women’s History Month traces its origins back to March 8, 1857,
when women from New York City factories staged a protest over working conditions.
International Women’s Day was later observed in 1909.  In 1981, the U.S. Congress
designated the second week of March National Women's History Week, and
in 1987 Congress expanded it to a month-long observance.


Websites & Databases - click the image above for more resources!
About Women’s History Month
Library of Congress Resources
National Women’s History Museum
National Women’s History Project
Smithsonian Institution


Booklists
Celebrate the accomplishments and history of women from all over the world with this HPL Pinterest board of reading and listening choices for all ages.

HPL Virtual Events
Women's History Month: Hopkinton Women's Club
Tuesday, March 16  6:30 PM to 7:30 PM on Zoom

The Hopkinton Women's Club was organized in 1920 and remains active today! In celebration of Women's History Month,join Marie Smith as she reviews the highlights of the group's first 100 years. Marie Smith has been a Hopkinton resident for 33 years and has been a member of the Hopkinton Women's Club since 1990. Please sign up on our website calendar for Zoom info.


Elementary "Take and Make"
Friday, March 19 (kit pickup March 17) (Registration Required)

Elementary children will be making a craft inspired by a book from March's Women's History Month Book Display in the children's department: Miss Moore Thought Otherwise: How Anne Carroll Moore Created Libraries for Children.

Watch our social media for regular postings on Women's History Month and
be sure to check out our book offering displays throughout the library!

 

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Baptiste Power Yoga Class
Monday March 1,8,15,22,29  12:00 pm on Zoom

Join Natasha Linton from Nourish Power Yoga & Ayurveda in Hopkinton for a weekly 30-minute Baptiste Power Yoga class! Get a Power practice into your day in half the time. This class is a vinyasa flow that will leave you vitalized and reinvigorated so you can step back into your day recharged. Please sign up under the dates you wish to attend.

Our Time Memory Cafe with Roger Tincknell
Tuesday, March 9  1:00 to 2:00 PM on Zoom
Our Time Memory Café is a joint venture between The Hopkinton Senior Center and the Hopkinton Library and is a welcoming gathering for those experiencing forgetfulness, mild cognitive impairment, or living with dementia, and their care partner, family, and friends. Roger will be offering a selection of festive St. Patrick’s Day songs as well as other traditional and favorite selections. Please call the Library at 508-497-9777 x 1512 to register for this virtual event.

Women's History Month: Hopkinton Women's Club
Tuesday, March 16  6:30 PM to 7:30 PM on Zoom

The Hopkinton Women's Club was organized in 1920 and remains active today! In celebration of Women's History Month, join Marie Smith as she reviews the highlights of the group's first 100 years. Marie Smith has been a Hopkinton resident for 33 years and has been a member of the Hopkinton Women's Club since 1990. Please sign up on our website calendar for Zoom info.

 


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