Saturday May 25, 2013
CHANGES FOR WOMEN: THE 1960s TO THE PRESENT
This will be a program where we talk about the changes in the lives of women in the last five or six decades. It'll be a chance to remember where we were and how far we have come. What was life for women like back then--and what was your life like? What is different now?
Wear your "flower child" clothes and bring photos or memorabilia from back then.
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., 870 Market Street, Room 1185.
Bring a bag lunch and join us for lunch from noon to 1:00 p.m.
ALL WELCOME. HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE
Contact OWL office at (415) 989-4422. www.owlsf.org
Welcome to the San Francisco Chapter of OWL
A chance for you to be informed, involved, and empowered.
A place for friendship, learning, and advocating for women.
OWL is the only national membership organization to focus exclusively on critical issues facing women as they age. We work together to improve the status and quality of life for midlife and older women through national, state, and local networks.
Through groundbreaking reports and studies, testimony before Congress, national grassroots campaigns, powerful public education programs, and coalition work with other organizations, OWL is demonstrating that the needs of midlife and older women are the needs of a caring and just society. By speaking on their own behalf, OWL members are making important and lasting improvements in midlife and older women’s lives.