March is Women’s History month. In recognition of this, the B&O Museum, Ellicott City Station is presenting a “Women in Railroading” exhibit, produced by the International Society for the Preservation of Women in Railroading. The exhibit is sponsored by Maryland History Tours. Admission is free. On March 8, from 7 to 9 p.m., the Railroad Station Museum is offering a program called “Ladies About Town,” featuring many of the women who shaped Ellicott City into the town it is today. It includes a founder of Swarthmore College, an undertaker and her sons, the richest woman in Howard County, a possible saint in the Catholic Church and more. The event is presented by Maryland History Tours and is open to guests over the age of 21. The next “Paint and Sip” with artist Wiley Purkey will take place at the museum on March 1, starting at 6:30 p.m. Call 410-313-0420 to reserve a spot.