Women's History Breakfast

Celebrate Women's History Month by exploring the key role women play in preserving Utah's heritage with leading speakers from the preservation community.

Tuesday, May 28

9:00 AM – 11:00 AM

Memorial House

375 N Canyon Rd, Salt Lake City, UT 84103


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Join us for an enlightening exploration into the vital role of women in preserving Utah's rich cultural and historic building heritage. As part of Women's History Month, this special event will delve into the stories of female pioneers, advocates, and leaders who have significantly contributed to Utah's preservation efforts. Our speakers comprise women at the forefront of the preservation movement.

Step into the heart of Utah's vibrant preservation community with our exclusive event, celebrating the indelible mark of women in safeguarding the state's cultural and historic treasures. In honor of Women's History Month, we invite you to join us for an immersive journey into the untold stories of female pioneers, advocates, and leaders who have shaped Utah's rich heritage.

Highlights of the event include engaging discussions on the multifaceted challenges and triumphant victories experienced by women in the preservation arena. Explore the captivating narratives of historical figures whose unwavering dedication laid the foundation for conservation efforts across the state. And gain inspiration from contemporary leaders spearheading grassroots initiatives to safeguard Utah's natural landscapes and cherished landmarks.

This gathering welcomes individuals of all backgrounds who share a passion for preserving Utah's storied past and honoring the enduring contributions of women throughout history. Together, let us celebrate, learn, and uplift one another as we unite in our commitment to safeguarding our shared heritage for generations to come.

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