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Bonnie Hurd Smith's Speaking Schedule

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Past 2017 talks
Reformers, Writers, Educators, and Artists: Highlights from the Boston Women's Heritage Trail
Topsfield Historical Society
Topsfield, MA 01983

U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Salem, 1935-1970
Explorers Lifelong Learning Institute of
Salem State University
Salem, MA


Past 2016 Talks, Tours, and Interviews
What were We Born to Do and How Shall We Do it?
A Sermon on Margaret Fuller
UU Church of Brookfield, MA
Love Notes: The Love Letters of Judith Sargent Murray and John Murray, A Timeless American Love Story

  Murray Hall, The Bridge at 211, Salem, MA
  Northshore Folklore Theatre Co., Gloucester, MA
  Interview with Rick Moore on MoorseStuff.com

Past 2015 Talks and Tours
Keynote Address: Worcester Women's History Project's
   20th Anniversary Celebration

U. S. Coast Guard Air Station Salem, Massachusetts
Coast Guard Heritage Museum in Barnstable, MA;
Winter Island Function Hall in Salem; Custom House
   Maritime Museum in Newburyport; Salem Public Library;
   Salem Moose Lodge
Highlights of the Salem Women's Heritage Trail
Explorers Lifelong Institute, Salem State University
John Murray: The Father of Organized American Universalism, 
   and Salem's First Universalists
First Church in Salem, Unitarian Universalists
From the Writing Desk of Judith Sargent Murray
Congregational Library, Boston, MA
Women's History Month talk and book signing
Wicked Good Books, Salem, MA
Coast Guard Air Station Salem, 1935-1970
Talk and book signing with Nelson Dionne
   Salem Maritime National Historic Site, Salem, MA
Women's History in Salem
John Bertram House, Salem, MA
Conviction, Cooperation, and Faith: A Brief History
    of the Northshore Unitarian Universalist Church

    Northshore Unitarian Universalist Church, Danvers, MA

Make the World Better: Stories from
    Massachusetts Women's History

    Women's Enrichment Group
    First Church in Wenham, Wenham, MA

The complete list of places where I've
given talks is here.

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"Bonnie Hurd Smith was magnificent. She is a gifted lecturer who really knows her topic. She researches her subjects thoroughly and presents in an entertaining way—however you know you are hearing the truth. There is no other place where you can find the importance of women in history except her books. I have four granddaughters for whom I will buy her latest book to make up for the shallow coverage of women in pubic schools." -Susan E., program attendee at the Salem Public Library, Salem, MA

"Bonnie, thanks so much for an inspiring talk. You really gave our members something to think about. I wouldn't be at all surprised if some of them contacted you for help putting your ideas into action!"
-Bill Sargent, Rotary Club of Ipswich, MA