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An Evening in Celebration of the Alberta Women's Memory Project

February 16, 2011

The Thomas A. Edge Archives & Special Collections and Athabasca University invite you and a guest to celebrate the launch of Alberta Women's Memory Project website and collection Wednesday, March 2, 2011, 4:00- 7:00 p.m., at the City of Edmonton Archives in the Governor's Room 10440 - 108 Avenue Edmonton, AB.

At this event we will celebrate the launch of our newly redesigned website (http://awmp.athabascau.ca/) and thank the women who have generously contributed their diaries, letters and memoirs for the project. We will talk about the importance of women's records and how to preserve them, so future researchers have an inclusive, more complete understanding of Alberta women's unique perspectives, contributions and experiences.

The Alberta Women's Memory Project is a collaborative project among scholars, archivists, writers and researchers who are committed to preserving the history of women in Alberta. To learn more about the project, please visit our website at http://awmp.athabascau.ca/.

Please RSVP by email to Karen Langley (karenl@athabascau.ca) by February 17, 2010 if you plan to attend.

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