It's time to put ladies first! March is Women's History Month, and there are plenty of ways to celebrate, whether you want to show your appreciation for your favorite historical heroine or give props to a female family member.
Antonelli Institute, 300 Montgomery Ave., Erdenheim, Pa.
Through March 11. Tickets: Free.
It's your last chance to see the Women Photojournalists of Washington Annual Juried Exhibit, a travelling exhibit that booked the Antonelli Institute's Golding Gallery as its first stop. Celebrate Women's History Month by appreciating the work of 21 talented female photojournalists.
"We're a graphic design and photography school and our student body is 70 percent women," said John Hayden, president of the Antonelli Institute. "We're happy to host and it's our second year hosting. It's very powerful.
Betsy Ross House, 239 Arch St.
Noon to 4 p.m., Sunday, March 6, Tickets: Free with admission. .
Come celebrate Betsy Ross' accomplishments right at her doorstep. The historic house will feature a day long Women's History Month event where you can "meet" America's most famous flag maker and learn how women shaped the American Revolution. Visitors can also "greet" Phillis, a freed African-American laundress and Colonial chocolate makers Mary Crathorne and Hannah Lithgow. All events are included with regular admission and you will even get to taste some chocolate.
Mt. Airy Art Garage, 11 West Mt. Airy Ave.
Opening reception takes place at 6 p.m. March 4 and the exhibit runs through May 1. Tickets: Free.
Women all over the world are still fighting for their voices to be heard. The Mt. Airy Art Garage acknowledges these struggles through its "No Longer Anonymous" exhibit. The series features fiber artwork and other events during March such as live music and panel discussions dedicated to women's rights across the globe.
National Liberty Museum, 321 Chestnut St.
Through March 31. Tickets: Free with admission.
Make your mark on women's history by acknowledging a female role model in your life. The museum invites visitors to participate in a crowd sourced interactive photo exhibit that will highlight mothers, aunts, colleagues, neighbors and historical heroines. Bring or mail a portrait of your role model to the museum with a note attached explaining why she has made an impact on you.
Philadelphia Museum or Art, 2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
1 p.m. to 4 p.m., March 20. Tickets: $38 ($30 for members).
The museum hosts the "Scandal, Flirtation, Survival" trolley tour in honor of Women's History Month. See how women managed complex households over 200 years ago in Laurel Hill, Cedar Grove and Woodford neighborhoods.
Hammonton Education Center, 30 Front St., Hammonton, NJ.