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by WREN Staff on Jul 21, 2022
Columbia Museum of Art
Our city has a legacy of remarkable women. Let’s celebrate their victories, connect through their stories, and empower one another. Because when we believe we can, we do. Have you ever noticed that very few cities, streets, and statues are named for women? In Columbia, only 4 percent of our 145 landmarks are specifically named for women. We believe in the power of moving through a city that celebrates women’s achievements. Join us as we introduce the City of Women and celebrate the strong, courageous, and driven women who have made our city better.
Attendees will enjoy tasty treats from Spotted Salamander, a signature cocktail created by Bourbon’s Kat Hunter, and live entertainment.
Individual tickets are $35. Click here to get your ticket.
Sponsorship is $250 and includes 2 tickets to the event, recognition in the Columbia City of Women program, and social media recognition on both WREN and Historic Columbia platforms reaching 56,000 individuals.
We also welcome any size donation to further the Columbia City of Women initiative.
To learn more visit the Columbia City of Women website.
This project was supported by a grant from the Knight Foundation Fund at Central Carolina Community Foundation.
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