This is a virtual presentation—it will not be held at the library. Once registered, you will receive an email with the video link and password. No software is needed to access this presentation online. The event will be recorded and available on demand after the initial date for an extended period of time.
Starting with the mother who inspired Mother's Day, and her daughter who tried to stop it, come stories of mothers who did extraordinary things in extraordinary times presented by Martina Mathisen. These surprising and marvelous stories will inspire and uplift, while celebrating mothers here and now, take a peek!
Professional speak and educational entertainer Martina Mathisen shares history in a dynamic and interesting way. Martina Mathisen explores historical characters and brings them"to life" in presentations expressing her personal passion for history as well as the people in her audiences. Each program is engaging, entertaining, educational and fun. Martina has led various programs ranging in topics from classic movies and building public speaking skills, to motivation and literature. Find out more about Martina at martinamathisen.com
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