2023-2024 Programs and Events

February 18, 2023 (In person at Church)
Ruth Sasaki, award-winning author, will discuss her “Topaz Stories Project”, stories from the Japanese-Americans at the World War Ii
Topaz Internment Camp.

March 18, 2023. (Zoom)
Sisters in Crime authors M.M.Chouinard and T.E.MacArthur will discuss their many popular books.

April 15, 2023. (In person at Church)
AAUW Scholar Brianna Banks McLean is a UCBerkeley Architecture graduate student working on new techniques in sustainable urban planning.

May, 2023
Possible luncheon not advertised or open to general public.

September 16, 2023, Saturday. Tick Trek girls will star their AAUW-sponsored experiences on STEM camp at Sonoma State University

October 21, 2023, Saturday. Moving forward in our branch.  Join new and old friends for fellowship and discussion

November 18, 2023, Saturday. Terry Jones-Bradly, award winning author of “A Mosaic Heart” will share her path to a productive life after overwhelming loss.  E-mail request for Zoom invitation to:  aauw.wcc.94530@gamil.com

December holiday:  further information to follow

January 20, 2024:  Lisa Motoyama, the mayor of El Cerrito will discuss affordable housing

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