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Celebrating Women Past and Present is on the agenda at my alma mater, Western Connecticut State University.

The month of March is a time for reflection and celebration. 2016 could see history being made for women. Whether you're a fan of Hillary Clinton or not, the fact that a woman has a real chance of running for President of the United States is historic.

There are many ways to observe this month, and the National Women's History Project is a great website for information.

I'm a proud graduate of Western Connecticut State University, and want to share this day long event with you. On Saturday, March 5, WCSU is hosting the program titled "Celebrating Women Past and Present." It's a free educational program that is open to the public, and starts at 9:15 AM in the Student Center theater on 181 White Street in Danbury. At 2:30 PM, the program heads to the Danbury Library at 170 Main Street.

On a personal note, my Mom's birthday was March 26th, so Women's History Month is even more special to me.