AAUW Seattle Holiday Celebration
with Vivace an a capella quartet
Saturday, December 19 at 9:30am
Seattle Yacht Club
1807 E. Hamlin Street
Directions and Parking
Join us for our holiday meeting in the beautiful Seattle Yacht Club setting. Our program will feature a capella quartet Vivace’ singing some old favorites as well as Christmas songs in the barbershop style.
We’ll have Raffle Baskets to benefit Tech Trek and some of our Tech Trek graduates will be there to tell us about their extraordinary experiences at our week long “tech” camp for girls between 7th and 8th grade.
Events are open to the general public. You do not have to be a member to attend. More Upcoming Events – Save the Dates!
Bring donations for the Day Shelter for Women, “Mary’s Place”
Mary’s Place Day Shelter is located at 1830 9th Avenue. It offers programs and services where homeless women and their children can build community, enrich their days and find resources to restore their lives. Mary’s Place needs include: new underwear and bras; season appropriate clothing, coats, and shoes; socks, gloves, umbrellas, rainwear, backpacks, tote bags, fanny packs, and travel size toiletries. See web site for a detailed list:
Tax receipts will be available at our meeting.
Come Join Us!
LOCATION: Seattle Yacht Club, 1807 E. Hamlin Street, Seattle, WA
COST: $15 inclusive of meal & event. No Charge for Students with ID (Reservations Required).
MENU: Warm Apple filled Crepes with Vanilla Sauce, Link Sausage, and Seasonal Fruit. Coffee and Tea.
Parking: Plenty of Free Parking in the Yacht Club Parking Lot
$15 for AAUW Monthly meeting
Upcoming Programs – Save the Dates!
2015-2016 Seattle Branch Programs
- December 19, 2015 – Holiday Meeting with quartet Vivacé at the Seattle Yacht Club, Seattle, WA.
- January 16, 2016 – 9:30 am – noon – speaker TBD on homelessness at the Best Western Plus Executive Inn, Seattle, WA.
- February 20, 2016 -Jerry Large, Seattle Times columnist, on topic TBD.
- March 19, 2016 – TBD
- April 27, 2016 – 7pm – Scholars Recognition Evening Reception at the Best Western Plus Executive Inn, Seattle, WA.
- May 21, 2016 – 9:30 am – noon – Annual Meeting at the Best Western Plus Executive Inn, Seattle, WA.
Past Programs Seattle Branch 2014-2015
- November 21, 2015 – 9:30 am – noon – UW Women’s Center update and presentation from our NCCWSL students
- October 24, 2015 – 9:30 am – noon – Pam Crone, Seattle Branch member and AAUW Washington State lobbyist.
- September 19, 2015 – 9:30 am – noon – Theresa McCormick, Seattle Branch member, will speak about her book, “A Far Cry From Here”.
- July 18, 2015 – 1pm. Annual Garden Tour at the Bellevue Botanical Gardens. Fundraiser for Mary Lou Hughes R&P Grant Fund.
- May 16, 2015 – Annual Meeting & “Trip to Madagascar” with Tonna Kutner, Seattle-AAUW Branch member.
- April 22, 2015 – 7-9pm – with Renee Agatsuma, AAUW-Seattle Branch member, as our Keynote Speaker.
- February 21, 2015 – “Slavery in Washington” with Eva Abram, Storyteller.
- January 17, 2015 – “The Health of Seattle…What’s Coming in 2015″ with Hyeok Kim Deputy Mayor, City of Seattle
- December 20, 2014- Holiday Program at The Seattle Yacht Club
- November 15, 2014 – “Fisher women of Iceland: Gender, Quotas, Crashes, and the International Fisheries ‘Crisis’” with Margret Willson, AAUW Award recipient at UW
- October 14, 2014 – Megan McCloskey of Lotus Circle will speak about women’s rights in Viet Nam
- September 20, 2014 – “GambiaHelp” with Shelby Tarutis
- July 12, 2014 – Annual Garden Party at Chase Gardens in Orting with Highline Branch to benefit the Mary Lou Hughes R & P Grant
- May 17, 2014 – “Garden Color…It’s Not Just About the Flowers” with Victoria Gilleland, Garden Designer at Cottage Garden Designs & Annual Meeting
- April 9, 2014 – Scholar Recognition Reception, speaker Deborah Jensen, CEO Woodland Park Zoo
- March 15, 2014 – Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) at Seattle University
- February 15, 2014 – David Ward of Legal Voice to speak about PayEquity
- January 18, 2014 – Nicole Brodeur, Seattle Times Columnist, “Who is Practicing the AAUW Mission in Our Community?”