This year marks 100 years since the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote, was passed in the U.S. Congress. Celebrate this monumental achievement at some of the events below.
- March 9: Film & Discussion: One Woman, One Vote
- March 11: Mary Louise Booth: The Story of an Extraordinary Woman
- March 25: Ames History Museum Lecture: Leading the Charge for the 19th Amendment
- April 6: Dr. Marjorie Spruill: One Woman, One Vote
- March 3: Carrie Chapman Catt: Warrior for Women Screening
- March 5: A Rising Tide: The Final Victorious Wave of the Women's Suffrage Movement, 1916-20
- April 4: Picturing the Arguments Against Woman Suffrage
- June 27: Freedom Festival Parade
- April 26: Yellow Rose of Suffrage
- June 27: Tour of Carrie Lane Chapman Catt Girlhood Home and Museum
- July 4: Suffragist March: Charles City July 4th Parade
- August 15: Annual Open House: Carrie's Girlhood Home Museum
- August 18: Ratification Anniversary Celebration
- March 10: Lunch & Learn: Life and Legacy of Carrie Lane Chapman Catt
- May 7: 60 Years of Struggle: The Women's Suffrage Movement in Iowa
- May 14: The Yellow Rose of Suffrage: The Story of Carrie Chapman Catt
- May 20: The Power of Women's Movements: "Today's Movement Makers"
- May 30: Carrie Chapman Catt: Warrior for Women Screening and Panel
- July 7: Lunch & Learn: Toward a Universal Suffrage
- August 22: Celebrating the Passage of the 19th Amendment
- August 27: Centennial Gala
- March 24: Iowa Colored Conventions Project Group: "Before the 19th Amendment: Fighting for Civil Rights"
- March 26: Where are Women Now?
- March 31: Karen Mason, Curator, Iowa Women's Archives: "Uncovering the History of Women's Suffrage in Iowa
- April 8: Film Screening: "The 13th" (2016)
- April 14: Prof. Lina Murillo: "Suffrage and the Roots of the Birth Control Movement"
- March 11: Lou Henry Hoover, Iowa's First Lady
- March 26: Panel Discussion for Hard Won, Not Done: Eastern Iowa Women Artists
- April 5: Reception for Hard Won, Not Done: Eastern Iowa Women Artists Invitational Exhibition
- April 21: Professor Ashley Howard: "Black Women and the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party"
- April 28: Professor Landon Storrs: "Who Did NOT Want Women to Vote?"
- May 5: Professor Tracy Osborn: "The Fight to Elect More Women"