Branch Meetings are held the 1st Thursday of each month, September through May, at 6:45 p.m.

During 2020-21, all meetings were held via Zoom because of the COVID pandemic. Despite this limitation, members enjoyed programs from live speakers and YouTube presentations on interesting topics.  The programs included:

Edna O’Brien: Fearful and Fearless. YouTube Presentation

Your Right to Vote and Making it Count. Are Changes Due?  Speaker: Brenda Quick.

Civil Conversation in an Angry Age. Speaker: Dr. David Smith, courtesy of Humanities Washington.

Annie Glenn: Disability Advocate and Philanthropist   YouTube Presentation

Resilience and Strength: My Mother’s Survival from Auschwitz  Speaker: ine-Marie van Dam

Wandering the Seven Summits   Speaker: Julie Smith  Link to Zoom meeting:

Reclaiming Our Cultural Heritage: Women in History Telling Her-story  Speaker: Sharon Rezac-Anderson

Conspiracy Theories and Truth  YouTube Presentation

We look forward to meeting again in person in September 2021.  The program committee is hard at work on interesting programs, which will be posted here as soon as they are finalized.

For more details on the branch meeting and interest group meetings, see the most recent newsletter  or on Instagram or Facebook.

For a quick overview of branch activities, see our Brochure.

To support the goals of AAUW, we have several Projects each year: Expanding Your Horizons —  career day for middle school girls; Lunafest — a film festival for women; and a Used Book Sale to raise money for our Scholarships.  We give scholarships to support women attending college and to support STEM education at the middle and high school levels.