The Power Book Club
Feb
25
2:00 PM14:00

The Power Book Club

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The Women Who Read book club will meet to discuss Naomi Alderman's book The Power at the Drawing Room, located in the lower level of of Monarch Coffee

The aim of the group is to create a space for empowerment, dialogue, learning, and develop a better understanding of intersectional feminism. (As well as to drink good coffee & enjoy the company of new friends!) 

Books are available at local bookstores, via Amazon, as well as local public libraries. 

Space is limited! REGISTER HERE.

The cost of the event includes one free speciality drink at Monarch, redeemable the day of the event.

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Holiday Arrangement Workshop
Dec
2
2:00 PM14:00

Holiday Arrangement Workshop

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It's the most wonderful time of the year and your table is begging for something special! In this class, you will have the chance to personally create a live, holiday, floral arrangement, work with specially curated blooms as well as learn some insider tips on how to give your designs that 'extra touch'. Amy, owner of Flora Design Co., will share with you her points on color theory, working with negative space, flower care and more! $45 includes all materials to make and take home your own bouquet. Spacing is limited. Sign up via the Flora Design Co website HERE!  UPDATE: SOLD OUT

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Freedom is a Constant Struggle Book Club
Oct
21
10:00 AM10:00

Freedom is a Constant Struggle Book Club

The Drawing Room, in collaboration with American Daughters, will be hosting a Women Who Read book club meeting on October 21st, 2017 to discuss Angela Davis's Freedom is a Constant Struggle. The aim of the group is to create a safe space for dialogue, learning, and becoming better allies in the fight toward social justice and intersectional* feminism. (As well as to drink good coffee & enjoy the company of new friends!) 

We'll meet from 10a-12p at The Drawing Room for the book discussion. 

Books are available at local bookstores, via Amazon, as well as at KC Public Libraries (extra copies will be on reserve)!

This event is FREE, but space will be limited to 25.  REGISTER HERE.

*The term itersectionality was coined by civil rights activist and professor Kimberlé Crenshaw and can be defined as “the interconnected nature of social categorizations such as race, class, and gender as they apply to a given individual or group, regarded as creating overlapping and interdependent systems of discrimination or disadvantage.” By adding the idea of intersectionality to feminism, the movement becomes truly inclusive, and allows women of all races, economic standings, religions, identities and orientations for their voices to be heard.

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