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Who's the boss behind the books?

Join us for an intimate discussion with
Boston Public Library's first female president.

Tuesday, December 3rd

Amy E. RyanBoston is a city of ideas, innovation and invention, and the Boston Public Library is its cultural and intellectual heart.  

Today more than ever, libraries occupy the intersection of how people think, learn, access information, read, write and come together as a community—online and in person. 

In an ever-expanding world of information, how do libraries help people make sense of the world?  Please join in this compelling discussion with Amy!
Neighborhood Narrative: We look forward to introducing you to our neighborhood florist and exquisite flower arranger, Emily Montany co-owner of  Rouvalis Flowers & Gardens at 40 West Cedar Street. Hear the story about how she came to own Rouvalis in 2009 when she was only 19 years old!
Tuesday, December 3rd
Hampshire House, 84 Beacon St.
5:30-8:00 pm (lovely ladies, please note the earlier start time!)

Annual Members, if you haven't already, please RSVP Here.

Monthly Members or New Members, please Register Here.

Membership is $50/year plus $20 per meeting. We are always looking to expand our community and encourage you to bring a guest. Guest fee: $20 at the door, please. 

Connect, be inspired and simply enjoy yourself!

The BHWF meets from 5.30-8 pm the first Tuesday of the Month, September 2013 - May 2014.

ARE YOU A YOUNG PROFESSIONAL? Join board members, Lindsey Barrington and Shannon Kelley Felton for a cocktail after the forum at Beacon Hill Bistro to meet other young ladies in the neighborhood and learn more about our upcoming events. Announcement to follow on the evening!

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