In celebration of Women’s History Month, Wawa and the National Constitution Center will host Wawa Community Day on Saturday, March 26. Admission to the National Constitution Center will be free courtesy of Wawa, and volunteers will be serving free coffee, hot chocolate, pretzels and pastries.
This Saturday, visitors to the National Constitution Center can experience special programs including Remember the Ladies Trivia; Women Leading the Way, an interactive presentation about generations of American women who led the fight for suffrage; a Kids Town Hall with figures from the women’s suffrage movement; the “Four Harriets” program, an exploration of the lives of four American women named Harriet who confronted slavery; and more. The Center will also host scholar talks exploring the impact of women at different points in American history featuring Villanova University’s Judith Giesberg and West Chester University’s Tonya Thames-Taylor.
Wawa’s Community Care coffee vehicle and Wawa Innovation Network associate volunteers will serve free coffee, hot chocolate, pastries, and soft pretzels, as supplies last, to visitors from 1 to 4 p.m.
All month long, the National Constitution Center is recognizing extraordinary American women throughout the nation’s history, with discounted museum admission, as well as special on-site programming, virtual events, and online educational classes featuring a great lineup of women scholars. A full schedule of online and on-site programming for Women’s History Month, including links to register, is available online.
The National Constitution Center’s Women’s History Month celebration is presented as part of the Center’s series of freedom and equality themed programming. Civic holiday celebrations and special programs at the center include discounted admission; online classes taught by constitutional experts; virtual tours of the museum; and professional learning opportunities featuring distinguished guest speakers.
The National Constitution Center general operating hours are currently Wednesday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Now through Thursday, March 31, visitors can enjoy discounted admission of $10 for adults and $7.50 for youth ages 6-18. This promotion is valid online only. Masks are required; proof of vaccination is not required.