Oakland CA: Basic Power Tools and Woodworking: No Boys – Aug 19th 2:00pm-6:30pm

OFFICIAL REGISTRATION IS OPEN! GET YOUR APPLICATIONS IN NOW – WORKSHOPS FILL UP FAST! Basic Power Tools and Woodworking: No Boys August 19th 2017 2:00pm-6:30pm Oakland, California *This workshop is specifically for any one who identifies as a woman, trans, or gender non conforming. Apply for the workshop HERE This workshop will cover how to Read more about Oakland CA: Basic Power Tools and Woodworking: No Boys – Aug 19th 2:00pm-6:30pm[…]

Happy Hour at SOMAR May 24th

Hey Fam! Join us for our first fundraiser in May 24th at SOMAR! It’s gonna be a great party and we’ll be raisin money so we can host more workshops and smash myths of frailty in the Bay Area and around the country!   We’ll be auctioning off great prices and holding a raffle for Read more about Happy Hour at SOMAR May 24th[…]

The Frailty Myths Story

THE FRAILTY MYTHS’ STORY Frailty Myths is a dream that began as a group of friends imagining a space for women that was as powerful and supportive as that friendship. Frailty Myths is a non-profit that offers an array of workshops that train women in traditionally male-dominated activities like welding, construction, climbing, art, and sailing. Read more about The Frailty Myths Story[…]

Registration now open! for the Intro to Strength Training Workshop: Women* only – Jan. 28th 11am

Registration is officially open for the Intro to Strength Training Workshop: Women* Always wanted to learn how to lift weight but never have?  Whether because the weight room at the gym is unwelcoming and often unsafe for female identified people or because you’ve never had the training or tools, this workshop is for you! In Read more about Registration now open! for the Intro to Strength Training Workshop: Women* only – Jan. 28th 11am[…]

Women, People of Color, and Getting Outside

Written by Erinn Carter When I got to college, one of the things that always perplexed my white friends was the fact that I had never been camping. Coupled by my lack of desire to do anything outside and many of them just could not understand why I didn’t want to go hike/camp/climb with them. Read more about Women, People of Color, and Getting Outside[…]

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