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Women of Hamtramck
Hungry for History Series
Thursday, March 26, 2020
Mary Zuk was a communist, but that didn't stop her from being the first woman
elected to the Hamtramck Common Council. Jean Hoxie trained international
tennis champions at Hamtramck Memorial Park.
Both achieved amazing things in Hamtramck. And they were just two of many who helped shape the entire city. Their stories will be told a a special PowerPoint presentation Thursday, March 26 at the Hamtramck Historical Museum, 9525 Jos. Campau.
"The Women of Hamtramck" is being held as part of Women's History Month, and will feature a spectrum of stories about the powerful women. Some made their mark in politics, others in education and still more in sports, entrainment, community service and even police service.
There will be some surprises along the way like the incredible accomplishments of four teenage girls, and a little, sickly Polish dancer who grew up to become a TV and movie star. Their stories are inspiring and sometimes shocking considering the time the women lived in and the battles they often faced on the path to success.
The presentation is part of the Museum's 'Hungry for History Series' and will include an optional catered dinner. Cost for the dinner is $18, reservations should be made in advance by Monday, March 13. Cost for the program only is $3 per person.
To register, click here
5:30 pm - Doors open
6:00 pm - Dinner
7:00 pm - Program
The Friends of Historical Hamtramck owns and operates the Hamtramck Historical Museum and is a 501-c-3 tax-exempt organization entirely supported by donations.
Museum hours are 11 am to 4 pm Saturday and Sunday and by appointment
for more information call 313-893-5027
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
"Women of Hamtramck"
Women's History Month
featuring a spectrum of stories
with interesting surprises!
Hungry for History Program
March 26, 2020
at the Hamtramck Historical Museum
Optional Dinner: 6:00pm ($18.00)
Program: 7:00pm ($3.00)
details: Click here
call 313-893-5027 or 248-770-8389