Celebrate Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month is observed from March 1 – 31 each year as a way to celebrate the often overlooked contributions women have made to American history, society, and culture. Learn more about women’s history with these events, materials, and online resources.

Library Events

Anoosha Syed- Online Author/Illustrator Talk on March 7

Mukilteo Monday Morning Book Group - "The Girls of Atomic City" by Denise Kiernan on March 27 at the Mukilteo Library

Pam Jenoff - Online Author Talk on March 28

Social Justice Online Book Group - "Being Seen" by Elsa Sjunneson on March 29

Meet the Author: Margaret Willson, "Woman, Captain, Rebel" on March 30 at Langley Library


Women at War

Women in Historical Fiction

Women Veterans

Women in Tech

Rad Ladies in History

Women Loving Women: Sapphic Romances

Hardcore Lady Types

Picture Books for Women's History Month

Instant Access

Download The Only Woman in the Room by Marie Benedict instantly, no holds or waiting required, during the month of March. 

The Only Woman in the Room

Online Resources

GALE In Context, Biography: Notable Women – biographical information on numerous women of historical importance.

GALE In Context, U.S. History: Women’s Rights Movement – directory of primary documents, periodicals and other resources on issues relating to civil rights for women in America.

GALE In Context, World History: Women’s Rights – directory of academic journals, primary documents and other resources related to women’s rights around the globe.

World Book Timelines: Women’s Firsts in the Modern Era – historical timeline of female achievement around the globe from 1793-2017.

World Book Timelines: U.S. Women’s Firsts – historical timeline of female achievement in the United States from 1793-2016.