March is Women's History Month. Celebrate female accomplishments, leadership and history at special events, galleries and museums! Here are some cool things to check out in New York State:

Women's History Month Tours at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum
Get on board the USS Intrepid with Rosie the Riveter this month. The Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum on the shores of Manhattan is featuring "The Real Rosie the Riveter" as their monthly tour theme in honor of Women's History Month. Celebrate the iconic World War II figure that embodies the "We Can Do It" spirit of women and girls around the world. Enjoy tours of the historic aircraft carrier and learn the history of "Rosie" as she became a symbol of women's work, accomplishments and empowerment. March 1 - 31

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Annual Women's History Month Conference at Sarah Lawrence College
Join this discussion about women's role in the American workforce at Sarah Lawrence College with keynote speaker Premilla Nadasen as she explores today's issues of equal pay, racial justice, healthcare and immigrant rights. Celebrate, understand and learn about working women and the way today's actions are shaping the future. March 4 and 5

Salute to International Women's Day
Walk, jog, bike or rollerblade your way across the longest, highest pedestrian bridge in the world at Walkway Over the Hudson to celebrate International Women's Day. "Fit Women make Fit Leaders," is the theme behind this year's event on the Walkway that stretches 1.25 miles long and 212 feet high over the scenic Hudson River. Enjoy entertainment, guest speakers and picturesque views in honor of women around the world. March 5, 8:30 - 11am 

14th Annual Women's History Month Big Band Concert
Boogie and groove your way back in time to the big band era at the Tralf Music Hall in Buffalo's Theatre District. The 14th annual concert and fundraiser will feature performances from the Ladies First Jazz Big Band, an award winning, all female big band of 16 musicians. Enjoy special performance from the Buffalo Dolls singing trio and stories of women's history from Verneice Turner. Partial proceeds from the event will go to The Zonta Club of Buffalo to empower and support women worldwide. Come celebrate women's history with food, music and plenty of dancing! March 5 at 1 pm

HeForShe Arts Week
"What we share is more powerful than what divides us," is the philosophy behind HeForShe Arts Week. Supporting the importance of gender equality, UN Women has partnered with the Public Theater to spotlight girl's and women's rights across the globe through ballet, opera, concerts, museums, galleries, Broadway and Off-Broadway shows. Check out participating performances of Southern Comfort, a transgender-themed musical based on a documentary showing at the Public Theater; and Eclipsed, an all-female cast and creative team at the Golden Theatre. Enjoy the shows, join the conversation and learn more about global gender equality at March 8 - 15

Finding American Women's Voices Through the Centuries
Discover the voices of women throughout history as genealogist Jane Wilcox uncovers letters, journals and newspapers from the 17th century through the transformative 20th century. At Historic Huguenot Street, a ten-acre settlement of beautifully preserved 17th century homes, you will hear the powerful stories of American women they lived and progressed in the Hudson Valley. March 12 at noon

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Women's History Month Program at Saratoga National Historical Park, NY
Drink traditional English tea as artist and colonial-period educator, Jennifer Marrow, reads the original, heartfelt letters and diaries of women from the Revolutionary War. Experience the historic grounds of the Battles of Saratoga as you discover the women and girls who lived, loved and persevered during the transformative era of 18th century America. March 19, 2 - 3pm

Tea and Lecture: Susan B. Anthony, Frederick Douglass, and the Battle over the 15th Amendment
Hear stories of great bravery and passion at the Susan B. Anthony Museum and House. Enjoy lunch and tea while Dr. Catherine Adams, Associate Professor of History at SUNY Geneseo discusses Susan B. Anthony's and Frederick Douglass' fight for equality under the 15th Amendment. Hear the stories and take a walk through history at the historic site which served as the National American Women's Suffrage Association headquarters during the 19th century. March 21 at noon, 2pm

"Real People. Real Lives. Women Immigrants of New York."
Witness the hope, inspiration and determination behind the untold stories of women immigrants. New Women New York, a nonprofit that supports young immigrant women in New York City, is hosting a powerful Photography and Storytelling Exhibit to draw attention to the struggle of women immigrants. This one-time event will feature photographs of young women and a brief text of their stories in order to shed light on the challenging lives of immigrant women in present day New York. Enjoy complimentary cocktails and wine, music and creative art that reflects the heartfelt, true stories. March 24, 6 - 9pm

Museum of the City of New York. Photograph: Filip Wolak; Courtesy Museum of the City of New York.Museum of the City of New York. Photograph: Filip Wolak; Courtesy Museum of the City of New York.
Outfitting New York City Activism at Museum of the City of New York
Enjoy this family-friendly event that celebrates New York women's fight for equality. Highlighting important activists like Susan B. Anthony and Frances Perkins, the event complements the museum's Activist New York exhibit which explores social activism in New York City from the 17th century to present. Learn about the dynamic history of social activism with lectures and hands-on learning activities for kids. March 26, 11am - 2pm

Breaking the Glass Ceiling: A Conversation with Women Executives in the Music
Immerse yourself in the creativity of women in the music industry at BRIC Arts Media House in Brooklyn. Minds Behind the Music, a nonprofit that educates students and young adults on entertainment careers, has partnered with BRIC's Stoop Series to explore the trends, changes and challenges that face women in music. Join the conversation as Leota Blacknor, Vice President, Urban Marketing & Label Acquisitions at Caroline Records and Katie Schlosser, Head of Label Relations for North America at Spotify, discuss the industry and share their insight on women's role in the music field at this unique, public lecture. March 29, 7 - 9:30pm

Alice Austen self-portrait with bicycle, 1897. Photograph Alice Austen; Courtesy Alice Austen HouseAlice Austen self-portrait with bicycle, 1897. Photograph Alice Austen; Courtesy Alice Austen House
New Eyes on Alice Austen at the Whitney Museum of American Art
One of America's earliest female photographers, Alice Austen, is continuously celebrated for her bold creativity. Visit the Whitney Museum of Art for a roundtable discussion on early street photography, professional versus amateur photography, same-sex relationships, gender roles, immigration and more at this event that honors women and displays and New York City history. Additionally, make sure to visit the Alice Austen House to view their Staten Island Unlimited Exhibition featuring thirty-five New York photographers including work from Stephen Obisanya, pictured. March 31, 7pm - 8:30pm

Untitled. Photograph: Stephen Obisanya; Courtesy Alice Austen House
Untitled. Photograph: Stephen Obisanya; Courtesy Alice Austen House