The Melrose Commission for Women will be screening a film called “Dream, Girl” this Wednesday evening, November 30, at the Melrose High School Learning Commons. “Dream, Girl” is documentary showcasing the stories of inspiring and ambitious female entrepreneurs who started their own companies. The film, which premiered at the White House in May, has been an international success – earning accolades from even Oprah Winfrey! Instead of just telling girls and women that they can be whatever they want to be, the film seeks to show them what it means to be a leader by focusing on women, diverse in age and background, who have already achieved success and are committed to helping other fulfill their dreams too.
There will be a guided discussion after the film. Admission is free and the event is open to the public. We believe it is well suited for high school, middle school and even older elementary school students.
The Melrose Commission on Women will also unveil its new logo and congratulate the designer of the Commission’s new logo during the program.
Doors open at 6:30 pm and program starts at 7:00 pm.
We hope you can join us!