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People Called Women
6060 Renaissance Place, Suite F
Toledo, OH. 43623

phone:
419-469-8983

email: pcwtoledo@yahoo.com

Store Hours:
-Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday: 11 am - 3 pm 

-Wednesday and Friday: 11am - 6pm

-Sunday and Monday:
Closed

-Or by appointment?

If PCW events happen after store hours we will re-open at least 15 minutes before scheduled event.

 

September, 2017

 

PCW will be closed for 2 different music festivals this month.  The first is SisterSpace.  We will be closed for this Thursday, 9/7, through Monday, 9/11.  The second is the Ohio Lesbian Festival.  We will be closed for this Thursday, 9/14 through Monday, 9/18.  We will also be closed all day 9/21 & 9/22 till 5pm for the UT Social Justice and Human Trafficking Conference.  We will re-open on Friday, 9/22 at 5pm so that we can set-up for the fantastic event which is happening that night at PCW, which is:

 

KIYA HEARTWOOD IN CONCERT!!!

 

  Roots, rock, americana! PCW is honored and thrilled to host award-winning singer-songwriter Kiya Heartwood as she tours with her new CD release, Palo Duro. Kiya will be joined by Sarah Stollack on the fiddle. Sliding scale donation at the door of $10-$20 (more if you can/less if you can't.) Please feel free to bring a beverage and a comfy folding chair if you'd like. Doors open at 6:30. If you're not familiar with Kiya please check out her website at www.kiyaheartwood.com.

 

 

Sun., 9/24, 2pm-  NOFA Indivisible meeting.  Join us in the fight against the Trump agenda! 

 

Wed., 9/27, 5:30pm-  The Uppity Women Poetry Workshop will be meeting!  Please contact Sharon at Sharon.Barnes@utoledo.edu for more info.

 

 

SAVE THE DATES:

 

Wed. 10/4, 5:30pm-  Patricia A. Murphy, ex-director of the UT Eberly Center, is visiting from New Mexico!  She will be doing a reading from her new book, "2050: A Climate Change Novel."  Join us!!

 

Fri., 10/6, 6pm-  PCW Mystery Book Group will be discussing "The Bones of Paris" by Laurie R. King.