About this event
TOHO President Kaitlin Calogera and TOHO Vice President of Education Rebecca Grawl are pleased to share a sneak peek into their latest project – a new guidebook to DC centered around women’s history, stories, and voices.
Women’s history is everywhere in Washington, DC, but it’s often hidden in plain sight or simply lost over time. Nonetheless, the influence of women is unmistakable, and it is everywhere in the city, if one knows where to look. 111 Places in Women’s History in Washington That You Must Not Miss reveals the real women of the past, present, and future, who have shaped this city and the nation.
FAQ: A salon is an intimate community event with a theme that celebrates women’s leadership and accomplishments in disciplines such as the arts, literature, poetry, music and social justice advocacy. Salons are engaging, educational and inspiring opportunities to expand our perspective and network.