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Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame Ribbon Cutting

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The Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame and the Denver Public Library are celebrating the lives and stories of 152 Hall of Fame inductees at a four-month exhibit and event series that continues through June 30, 2016. On March 29, the Hall sponsored an Opening Reception that featured Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and a Women in Higher Education event that honored all the female college and university presidents in Colorado. A panel at the higher education event included Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame inductee Ceal Barry and two college presidents. Many Hall inductees were able to attend, including engineer Jill Tietjen and former State Senator Polly Baca, shown chatting with Mayor Hancock. The exhibit is open during library hours seven days a week at the Denver Public Library Main Branch, Seventh floor, 10 West 14th Avenue Parkway. To learn more about the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame or to register for the upcoming DPL events in May and June, visit HLM