Meet Inspiring Women of Northern Colorado

Feb 10, 2024 | Member News

Inspiring Women of Northern Colorado opens Friday, March 1, at the Global Village Museum of Arts
and Cultures with free admission from 5-8 pm as part of First Friday Art Walk. The Hall Gallery exhibit
is curated by members of Living Her Legacy, a Fort Collins organization dedicated to recognizing the
contributions of local women.

“The mission of Living Her Legacy is to inspire women and girls to discover themselves in the many
talents, contributions, and achievements of women, both past and present,” said Patti A. Smith, Founder
and Executive Director of the nonprofit organization. “This exhibit showcases 48 women who have
made a difference in our community by demonstrating commitment, courage, and resilience.”

As visionaries for change, the 48 honorees serve as role models for both women and girls, and nearly
half of the women have ties to Colorado State University. The exhibition runs through May 25.
In conjunction with the display, Meet Impactful Women of Fort Collins will be presented by Smith from
6-7:30 pm Thursday, March 21. The program will outline women’s impact in the community, and
attendees will hear from Legacy honorees as well as girls who have participated in the education
programs.

Admission to the presentation is $5 per person, and reservations are requested at
globalvillagemuseum.org. Refreshments will be served, and registrants will enjoy free admission to the
Hall Gallery exhibit as well as the Museum’s other three galleries.

For more information about Living Her Legacy, please visit www.LivingHerLegacy.org or email
[email protected]

The Global Village Museum is located at 200 West Mountain Avenue, and Museum hours are 11 am to
5 pm Tuesday through Saturday. Regular admission is $5 for adults, $3 for seniors and students, $1 for
ages for 4-12, and free for children 3 and under. Adult tours receive discounted admission of $3/person.
For more information and closure dates during the change of exhibits, visit globalvillagemuseum.org or
call 970-221-4600.

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