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Milford Library Spotlights Ordinary, Extraordinary Women on June 30 via Zoom

Milford Library Zoom program June 30 at 7pm

Milford Library is pleased to host a talk entitled: Ordinary, Extraordinary Women.

The purpose of the presentation is to educate and entertain all of us about “unsung or forgotten heroines” in the US and around the world for their individual contributions. Most people would be hard-pressed to be name the woman who used her analytical thinking to get the ball rolling with computer programming or the woman who has saved countless other women's lives around the world with a relatively simple, yet critical invention.

For the women presented, their personal stories tell a tale of perseverance and single-minded purpose to employ their craft, skill and knowledge, often against many odds and barriers. Many of the women featured would have considered themselves just "ordinary" women, ones who simply didn't take "no" for an answer, confident they were on the right path, even if that path would never be recognized until now.

This is a chance to acknowledge and admire these amazing women for what they achieved and why they did so. The program is designed to be lively, humorous and engaging.

The presenter will be Mariann Millard, a world traveler who has given many talks in Connecticut libraries on a variety of topics. She has a lively, humorous and engaging style that will charm you.

For registration information, visit www.milfordlibrary.org

Questions may be submitted to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 Milford Library Zoom program June 30 at 7pm

 

 

 

Milford Library is pleased to host a talk entitled : Ordinary, Extraordinary Women. The purpose of the presentation is to educate and entertain all of us about “unsung or forgotten heroines” in the US and around the world for their individual contributions. Most people would be hard-pressed to be name the woman who used her analytical thinking to get the ball rolling with computer programming, or the woman who has saved countless other women's lives around the world with a relatively simple, yet critical invention. For the women presented, their personal stories tell a tale of perseverance and single-minded purpose to employ their craft, skill and knowledge, often against many odds and barriers. Many of the women featured would have considered themselves just "ordinary" women, ones who simply didn't take "no" for an answer, confident they were on the right path, even if that path would never be recognized until now. This is a chance to acknowledge and admire these amazing women for what they achieved and why they did so. The program is designed to be lively, humorous and engaging.

 

The presenter will be Mariann Millard, a world traveler who has given many talks in Connecticut libraries on a variety of topics. She has a lively, humorous and engaging style that will charm you.

 

For registration information, visit www.milfordlibrary.org

 

Questions may be submitted to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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