Women of Back Bay: Walking Tour with the Boston Women’s Heritage Trail
Boston, MA • September 22, 2018
Want to know about the women of the Back Bay who came before us? Join us for this guided walking tour as we explore four centuries of Boston Women's History.
Saturday, September 22, 2018 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDTThe Boston Public Garden
Corner of Charles and Beacon St
Meet at the Make Way for Ducklings statues
Boston, MA 02108
Come hear the inspirational stories of some of the distinguished women of Back Bay recounted for us by two experienced Boston Women’s Heritage Trail guides. The tour will start at the Public Garden and bring us to the Boston Women’s Memorial on Commonwealth Avenue at Fairfield St.
We will meet at the Make Way for Ducklings statutes on the corner of Charles and Beacon Sts. in the Public Garden.
Our Guides: Katherine Dibble and Mary Smoyer, Boston Women’s Heritage Trail
Katherine and Mary both love developing and giving tours based on Boston women’s history. Katherine Dibble is retired from her career at the Boston Public Library. Mary Smoyer is retired form her career in the Boston Public Schools.
About the Boston Women Heritage Trail
Since its founding in 1989, The Boston Women’s Heritage Trail (BWHT) has worked to restore women to their rightful place in the history of Boston and in the school curriculum by uncovering, chronicling, and disseminating information about the women who have made lasting contributions to the City of Boston.
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