International Women's Day Series at Regina Public Library - starting March 8th!
International Women’s Day is observed worldwide to recognize women's achievements and increase visibility for a gender equal world.
The Regina Public Library has organized expert presentations to celebrate the contributions of inspiring Saskatchewan women, and sharpen your real-world skills in financial literacy, leadership, and business.
Click on each event title for more information!
Strategies for Success: Indigenous Women in Business
March 8th at 7:00pm
Celebrate International Women's Day by joining four incredible business leaders as they discuss their triumphs and challenges. Panel Discussion facilitated by Danielle Goulden from Reconciliation Regina.
Author Talk: Merle Massie on her biography A Radiant Life: The Honourable Sylvia Fedoruk Scientist, Sports Icon, and Stateswoman
March 9th at 2:00pm
An illuminating talk from award-winning author and historian Merle Massie about Sylvia Fedoruk, a trailblazing scientist, athlete, professor, and the first woman to serve as Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan.
Financial Security for Women: Be Your Own Chief Financial Officer
March 10 at 7:00pm
Learn about some of the common financial pitfalls that hold women back from a secure financial future as well as the tools and resources you may need to achieve your financial goals.
*All programs are accessible from the Library’s main page.