“Rosie the Riveter” became an iconic symbol of working women during World War II. What was it really like for them? We’ll look at propaganda posters, art, music, photos, and hear real-life accounts of Connecticut women who worked for victory in the war.
Presented by Natalie Belanger, the Adult Programs Manager at the Connecticut Historical Society. Made possible by a Friends of the Bristol Public Library Memorial/Honor Wall Sponsorship.
This event is Free to attend. Please register by calling 860-584-7790, online, or stop by the F.N. Manross Memorial Library in Forestville.