We have nine monthly branch programs each year, September through May generally held on
3rd Saturday of month in the morning
All programs are open to the public.
Please join us!
Year’s theme: BOLD AND BRAVE – 100 years of women’s right to vote
See AAUW national’s history of the right to vote – click here…
Sat. Sept. 19 – 9:30. VIRTUAL GROUP GATHERING – Getting Acquainted open membership meeting where you learn about our upcoming events, sign up for interest groups and meet new members.
Thu. Oct. 8 – 6:30 pm – Candidate Forum sponsored by both AAUW PT and League of Women Voters. More info about our Public Policy actions…
Sept – Oct 20 Performance of Living Voices: Hear My Voice, a dramatic presentation through the Washington State Historical Society. Click for details…
Sat. Oct. 17 – 10:00 am. WOMEN VOTE! – Living Voices: Hear My Voice video and Q&A with author.
Sat. Oct. 17 – 1:00 pm – Rally for the VOTE by Co-Op Port Townsend
Fri. Nov. 20 – 7 pm — Key City Public Theatre shows MAY’S VOTE – Free tickets and option to donate to AAUW/UWF funds…
Click for details…
Sat. Nov. 21 – 10 am — Q&A with May’s Vote actors to discuss the history. RSVP for a Zoom link – firstname.lastname@example.org
December – Woman of Excellence award announced
Sat. Jan. 16 – TBA
Jan. – Lobby Day in Olympia. TBA — Meet our state’s important people and discuss AAUW mission goals as they relate to legislation. Click here for more info on our Public Policy activities…
Feb. (TBA) springtime fundraising for educational projects. Everyone in our community encouraged to support our valuable educational efforts!
Mar. 20 – TBA Presentation
Apr. 17 – TBA Presentation
May 15 — Scholarship Awards and UWF Officer Vote. Meeting hosted by University Womens’ Foundation/UWF.
The Bold and Brave was our program theme for the year — theme is taken from the title of a children’s book by Senator Kristen Gillibrand, Bold and Brave: Ten Heroes Who Won Women the Right to Vote. This year we will step into the history of the suffrage movement in America, from the early days of the movement with Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony to almost 150 years later, when the 19th Amendment was signed by congress and ratified by 36 states.
October – We enjoyed a panel of our summer Tech Trek campers reporting on their experiences.
November – Jefferson Community Foundation – Strengthening the Landscape of Opportunity for Young People in Jefferson County
December – We honored Woman of Excellence – click here for details…
AAUW PT and UWF have been awarded a Votes for Women Centennial Grant through the Washington State Historical Society to fund a centennial celebration in Jefferson County. However, the health Covid crisis hit, so our March and April presentations specifically about the Women Vote! were cancelled and moved into the 2020/2021 programming.
She Persisted was the program theme honoring women who have persevered – despite barriers – in their fight for justice, equality, recognition, education and other issues. We recognize the determination and resolve of women everywhere who are raising their voices, challenging the status quo and fighting for their beliefs. Chelsea Clinton’s new books, She Persisted, and She Persisted Around the World are the catalyst for the theme.
Sept. 15, 2018 – Getting Acquainted
Oct. 20 – Our Tech Trek students present their summer experience
Nov. 17 – Speaker JoEmily Nieuwsma talks about her technical career at Boeing and Hughes
Dec. 1 – Members and invitees only – Woman of Excellence Award and holiday luncheon
Jan. 19, 2019 – Cybersecurity: Digital Resilience
Jan.20 -Port Townsend Women’s March – click for Facebook details…
Jan. 28 – Lobby Day in Olympia (check out Public Policy page for details…)
Feb. 16 – Silent Auction fundraiser brunch
Mar. 16 – Up, Up, and Away – local women pilots join us for this month’s presentation panel:
Apr. 20 – Women in Science – A Historical View of Persistence
April 27 – Home & Kitchen Tour – Some of our area’s unique homes – fundraiser for scholarships and community projects (click for details…)
May 11 – UWF Scholarship recognition ceremony and annual UWF meeting (click here for UWF info...)