Santa Rosa Junior College has a series of events scheduled to celebrate Women’s History. Events will be held from Feb. 20 through March 29.

Among the events scheduled by the college’s Women’s History Month Committee are an art exhibit featuring six international female artists, two theater performances, a film screening, a spoken word and open mic performance, as well as insightful lectures and discussions. Three special lectures celebrate women’s role in SRJC’s 100-year history.

Events include:

• A talk by Molly Murphy MacGregor, Founder of Women’s History Month and former SRJC Instructor

• A lecture by acclaimed local historian and journalist Gaye LeBaron

• A talk by SRJC Director of Institutional Research KC Greaney, highlighting the history of women at SRJC

• SRJC Theater Department’s production of Welcome Home, Jenny Sutter

• Talking With, a theater performance benefiting the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation

• The Farthest Shore, an art exhibit that brings together six women artists from USA, Canada and Ukraine.

Most of the activities during the month-long event series are free. All are open to the public and will take place on both SRJC’s Santa Rosa and Petaluma campuses. Parking permits are required, cost $4 and are available on campus lots.