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Upcoming branch events

Feb. 1 - Deadline for Named Gift Honoree nominations
Feb. 17, 10 a.m. - Tribranch Brunch
Mar. 5, 7:00 p.m. - Women's History Month

Upcoming events at nearby AAUW branches

Mar. 7, 7 p.m. - Joint Santa Rosa & Healdsburg program on Human Trafficking

Tribranch Meeting and Brunch


Petaluma is the Tribranch host this year and happy to share that Dr. Judy K. Sakaki, President of Sonoma State University will be the keynote speaker.

President since 2016, Dr. Sakaki is the first Japanese-American woman in the nation to lead a four-year college or university. Her career in higher education has been devoted to developing, leading, and implementing best practices in access, affordability, inclusion and diversity, and student success. Dr. Sakaki’s talk will highlight “grit” – her own journey of courage and resolve, strength of character, with a special blend of passion and persistence.

When: Saturday, February 17 at 10 a.m. for Brunch
Where: Homeward Bound, Novato, 1385 N. Hamilton Pkwy, Novato, 94949 (we will carpool)
Cost: $25
RSVP: Checks payble to Petaluma AAUW by Saturday, February 10, to Patricia Souza, 29 Caulfield Court, Petaluma 94954

Questions? Call 707 921-8499 or email:

Homeward Bound of Marin is the primary provider of Marin County homeless shelters and services for homeless families and individuals in Marin. Our brunch will be prepared by students in the Fresh Starts Culinary Academy - Homeward Bound’s job-training program serving low-income students from the community as well as Homeward Bound residents.

Patricia Souza, Program VP

Programs for the Rest of 2018

March 5 at 7-8:30 p.m., Petaluma Arts Center
Women’s History Month
Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS)

March 7 at 7 p.m., Raven Film Center, 415 Center Street, Healdsburg
Santa Rosa and Healdsburg AAUW are jointly sponsoring a special program (film and panel discussion) -- Human Trafficking: Modern Day Slavery in Plain Sight.
Admission is free and open to the public. For more information, go to

April 18 at 7 p.m., Petaluma Library
New library offerings, technology, more

May 20 at 3:00 p.m., Community Center
Installation, Named Gift

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