TechTrek Professional Women's Night

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Upcoming branch events

January 27 - Reservation deadline for Cinnabar program on Jan.31
January 31 - Deadline for Named Gift Honoree nominations
January 31 - January program: Evening at Cinnabar, 7:30 pm

February 2 - February program: Community Disaster Preparedness
February 7 - Deadline for Annual AAUW Art Contest
February 15 - Deadline for Tri-Branch Brunch reservations
February 23 - Tri-Branch Brunch

March 1 - Deadline for State Project Grant applications
March 12 - Women's History program at the library

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Reminder -- Only a few days left to reserve your place!
January 31 at Cinnabar Theater

Underneath The Lintel

Underneath the Lintel

On Thursday, January 31, 2019, AAUW members, friends, and family are invited to a dress rehearsal performance of Underneath the Lintel, a play by Glen Berger. The "...Librarian embarks on a quest to find out who anonymously returned a library book that is 113 years overdue. A clue scribbled in the margin of the book and an unclaimed dry-cleaning ticket then take him on a mysterious adventure that spans the globe and the ages."

This is a fundraiser for Funds and Tech Trek; some proceeds also go to Cinnabar. The price is a bargain (less than a senior ticket) for this event. Refreshments will be available.

    Date:  Thursday, January 31, 2019
    Time:  7:30 p.m. curtain
    Cost:  $25
    RSVP Deadline:  January 27, 2019

Make your check payable to AAUW Petaluma and send to Patti Prichard, 95 Mission Drive, Petaluma, CA  94952. Phone: 707 763-1354; email: Patty Prichard.

Questions?  Contact Rory Keller.
Patti Prichard & Rory Keller

P.S., If you made reservations for this event at the holiday luncheon, but have not yet paid, please send your check to Patti, same address.

February Program


Saturday, February 2
10 a.m. to noon
Petaluma Community Center


A disaster preparedness discussion, hosted by our AAUW branch and open to the public, will focus on two key topics:
  • Efficient communications during a natural disaster and
  • Lessons learned from evacuation drills
Participants will include David Rabbitt, county supervisor for the Second District and current chair, as well as John Hansen, who served as the evacuation drill community coordinator for a recent drill in Marin. Hansen, a retired EMT, is a resident of the Marin Valley Mobile Country Club in Novato. Further participants will be announced.

The program will be led by Janet Silverberg, AAUW Program Co-Chair, and Pamela Granger, AAUW Policy Chair.


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There shall be no barriers to full participation in this organization on the basis of gender, race, creed, age, sexual orientation, national origin or disability.

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