Women's Voices for the Earth will be holding a health and environmental summit this Saturday, October 19 in Missoula.

Director of Outreach and Engagement for Women's Voice of the Earth, Cassidy Randall said on Monday, October 14, that there are actually two events going on this Saturday.

"The first event is a women's health and environment summit at the Stensrud Building," Randall said. "This will be a day-long event, bringing together women from around Montana to show their skills and learn from each other, and come out the other side as full-fledged environmental health rock stars."

The second event will be an entertainment and storytelling time on Saturday night.

Women's Voices poster
Photo courtesy of Women's Voices for the Earth

"The event will be called 'women's voices, an evening of powerful storytelling and performance',"Randall said. "For this event, think visionary and creative women entrepreneurs meets TedX-style talks. These will be five to 20 minute talks and performances by women in this community and beyond. Some of the speakers will include Eden Atwood, a jazz musician and intersex advocate, Jessica Catrone, a professional cellist, and Deia Sholsberg is coming over from Bozeman, she's a female filmmaker and winner of the National Geographic Adventure of the Year award."

Randall said both events will empower women.

The summit is at the Stensrud Building on Missoula's North Side, and the Women's Voices event will be at the University of Montana Music Recital Hall. Tickets for the evening event are $50 for a VIP ticket, while a general admission ticket is $25, or $12 for students. Randall said complete information can be found on their website.

Director of Outreach and Engagement for Women's Voice of the Earth, Cassidy Randall