Dear She Tells Sea Tales fans and Girls’ Boat Project supporters,
We have officially decided to cancel the March 14th She Tells Sea Tales event. As you are well aware, we are navigating the impacts of Coronavirus on our community and it seems prudent to cancel this gathering.
The good news is that you can still get a taste of She Tells Sea Tales! We invite you to listen to KPTZ 91.9 this Friday, March 13th from 3:30-4:30 PM for a special reading from a few of our 2020 She Tells Sea Tales scheduled readers.
An evening of sea stories in support of the Girls’ Boat Project
She Tells Sea Tales is an evening of sea stories told by female mariners in support of the Girls’ Boat Project, a program of the Northwest Maritime Center for girls aged 12-18.
Artwork by Hannah Viano
About the Girls’ Boat Project
The Girls’ Boat Project is a program for middle school girls that creates an inclusive, supportive space for young women to work together and gain confidence through learning skills in boat building, woodworking, and sailing. The program is led and taught by an all-female staff of educators and professional mariners.
The Project meets every Wednesday afternoon from 1:30-4:30 throughout the school year and culminates with an journey on Port Townsend Bay in the Spring.
Read our blog to learn more about the Girls’ Boat Project.
“She Tells Sea Tales celebrates the successes and tribulations of working and traveling on the water. It celebrates the joys and frustrations of being a minority in a male-dominated endeavor.”
– Kelley Watson
“To those of us who work and play on the water, She Tells Sea Tales shines a light on the work we do, the grit we bring, and the joy we find on the ocean. We hope the event shares these stories with the rest of the world and inspires the next generation of young women and men to pursue their dreams no matter what they are or what gender stereotypes tell them they need to be.”
– Kelley Watson
Past She Tells Sea Tales Speakers
Mary Jane Gibson
Support the Girls’ Boat Project and…
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