Celebrate International Women’s Day in Boston with These Empowering Events and Activities

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In honor of International Women’s Day on March 8, Boston is hosting a series of events and activities to celebrate and uplift women. Here are some highlights:

1. Engage at the 26th annual Boston International Women’s Day Breakfast:

This free breakfast event, open to all Bostonians, will feature panelists sparking conversations about women’s issues. It will be held at Simmons University in Fenway on March 8.

2. Savor a 4-course women’s day dinner at Grana:

Five incredible female chefs will come together at Grana at the Langham Hotel to create a special dinner. Each chef will invent a dish in honor of a woman who inspires them. Proceeds from the 5 tickets will go to The Women’s Lunch Place.

3. Treat yourself at Haven Beauty:

This award-winning woman-owned spa offers a range of beauty, hair, yoga, and massage services. Located at 14 Church Street in Hopkinton, it’s the perfect way to support a woman-owned business.

4. Support exceptional woman-owned businesses:

Boston is home to many incredible female-owned businesses. Check out some of our favorites, including women-owned restaurants and shops.

5. Attend the TogetHER conference:

This conference brings together inspiring female leaders for panel discussions and networking opportunities. It will be held at Showcase Cinema de Lux at Legacy Place on March 7.

6. Join Let’s Talk Womxn of Boston ‘More than March’ event:

This annual event includes stories from leading women in Boston, tasting stations, live music, and storytelling. It will take place at Boston Harbor Distillery on March 7.

7. Shop local at West Elm’s women in business pop-up series:

Every weekend in March, West Elm in Fenway will host different women-owned businesses. It’s a great opportunity to meet and support local creators.

8. Check out Seaport’s She-Village:

The Current, a retail incubator and pop-up village, features women-owned businesses. Located at 101 Seaport Blvd, it’s a great place to discover new and unique products.

9. Tour the historic impacts of women on New Bedford at the Whaling Museum:

The museum offers a special highlights tour for Women’s History Month, focusing on the contributions of historic female figures in New Bedford’s history.

These events and activities provide opportunities to celebrate and support women in Boston. Don’t miss out on the chance to participate in these empowering experiences.

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