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MUSEUM HOURS: Wednesday - Saturday, Noon - 4 pm and the 1st Sunday of each month, 2 - 4 pm. Closed all holidays.
We will be changing exhibits Wednesday, March 4 through Saturday, March 7 and will have limited exhibits available for public viewing.
We will be closed Friday, March 13 and Saturday, March 14.
We will be closed Saturday, April 4 and Sunday, April 5.
Sorry for any inconvenience. 

NOTE: Our street name was changed from Main Street to Malcolm X Street. Please be aware that not all online mapping programs or GPS navigators have made this update.

Women's History Month Reception
Weaving the Stories of Women's Lives

Thursday, March 12, 5-7pm

The plaques for the 2014 Michigan Women’s Hall of Fame Inductees will be displayed in the Hall of Fame Gallery for the first time, we will have a few brief speakers about Women’s History Month, and we will be drawing the three prize winners of our annual March raffle, where you can win $2,000 or one of three amazing trips. Tickets are $20 each or 6 for $100. Buy raffle tickets now!

Sponsored by the Friends of the Michigan Women's Hall of Fame and the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc.-The Greater Lansing Area Club.


Opening Reception
NUWARINE: Women Proud to Serve

Thursday, March 19, 5-7pm

This new exhibit focuses on Michigan’s female veterans through the lens of American Legion NUWARINE Post 535, Michigan’s last all-female Post, which has members spanning from WWII to the present.

Reception sponsored by the Michigan Women's Commission

This exhibit is made possible in part by a grant from the Michigan Humanities Council, an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Discussion and Book Signing
Great Girls in Michigan History by Patricia Majher

Saturday, March 28, 2pm

A deep-sea diver, a dancer, an activist, an aviator, a singer, and a soldier—Great Girls in Michigan History highlights some of the girls from Michigan’s past who did amazing things before they turned twenty years old. Author Patricia Majher presents easy-to-read mini-biographies of twenty girls with ties to Michigan, representing a variety of personal backgrounds and interests, locations across the state, and historical time periods. This discussion and book signing event is appropriate for audiences of all ages, so bring the whole family!

Reception sponsored by Wayne State University Press


    

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Great Gifts for Every Occasion

Did you know that the Michigan Women's Hall of Fame Gift Shop sells unique gifts created by, for, and about women, including novelty gift items, books, DVDs, and Fair Trade jewelry, scarves, handbags and purses. Now featuring...

Suffragist Series Low-Sugar Preserves and Sassy Women's Salsa - a tasty gift for everyone!
Made in Honor, Michigan by Food For Thought, these treats are available in gift packs and can be shipped anywhere.
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"We Can Do It!
A Celebration of Michigan Women"

Just like Rosie the Riveter said some 60 years ago, "We can do it"-- and for the past 25 years at the Michigan Women's Hall of Fame, we have done just that -- celebrating the achievements of outstanding historical and contemporary Michigan women. Buy your copy today!

Order your DVD online now or Call 517-484-1880 ext. 203


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The Michigan Women's Historical Center & Hall of Fame
213 West Malcolm X Street, Lansing Michigan 48933 • Phone: 517-484-1880


Our mission is to inspire and engage adults and children by celebrating Michigan women's history, promoting educational opportunities, and honoring the accomplishments of Michigan women.

Website made possible with support from the Michigan Humanities Council • Website Credits