Presented by: COB Commission-Status of Women
Where: Monroe Convention Center
Individual: $USD 25.00
Table of 8: $USD 275.00
No showtimes available.
Ticket sales have ended for the Women’s History Month Lunch. Tickets will not be sold at the door.
The Women’s History Month Lunch is an opportunity to recognize individual and collective accomplishments of women in the community. The event includes exhibitors from local women-owned businesses and organizations as well as a presentation that embodies the mission of the commission. Two awards will be presented at the lunch: The Woman of the Year Award and Toby Strout Lifetime Contribution Award.
Tables of 8 can be purchased under an organization or party name. Only the person who makes the purchase can collect these tickets in advance or at the event from Will-Call. Click here to purchase a table of 8. Please give the Box Office a call at 812.323.3020 if you have questions about purchasing tables.
Advance ticket sales end at 5pm on Wednesday, March 13 and no tickets will be sold at the door. Tickets may be picked up in advance at the BCT Box Office. On the day of the event, Will-Call will be available at the convention center starting at 11:15am. Doors open to the public at 11:15am for viewing of exhibit tables; buffet lunch begins at 11:30am; and the program begins at noon and ends at 1:30pm.
302 South College Avenue
Bloomington, Indiana 47403
Since it was built in 1923 as a Model T assembly plant and showroom, the Monroe Convention Center has evolved into a space where the modern meets the historical. Centrally located in the heart of downtown Bloomington, the center employs a professional event planning staff and features a varied collection of works by local artists on permanent display. The center is fully accessible and parking is plentiful in adjacent lots.
401 N Morton St
Bloomington IN 47404
The City of Bloomington Commission on the Status of Women explores women’s issues and concerns, celebrates women’s accomplishments and promotes solutions to the problems and challenges faced by women. The Commission on the Status of Women usually meets the first Thursday of each month at Showers City Hall.