Events Calendar

Our 2016 – 2017 events. Check out our past events on our Facebook Events page!

September 8
(Thursday)
2:00 P.M – 7:00 P.M

Madison’s Farmer’s Market – Madison Downtown Development is sponsoring a “get to know your organizations” and Madison Branch AAUW will be there to share all about our branch.

The market is located on Central Avenue between Main Street and Cook Avenue.

September 26
6:30 P.M.

Annual Pot Luck Supper Meet the 2016 Mature Women’s Grant Recipients
Madison Community House

October 1
Saturday

Bottle Hill Day
Downtown Madison

October 14
Friday
afternoon – TBD

Tea & conversation – Socialize and discuss the upcoming events and focus for this year.
Madison Community House

November 7
7:30 P.M.

Learn about Tech Trek – AAUW programs such as Tech Trek introduce girls to successful female role models, teach girls that intellectual skills grow over time and break down stereotypes. These programs are a key part of AAUW’s STEM efforts and serve girls throughout the country with the hard work and commitment of AAUW members and supporters.

Chase Room, Madison Public Library

December 5
7:30 P.M.

Holiday Social – Dave DeLuca performs the very best holiday favorites. “Winter Wonderland” is a feel-good family-oriented event filled with yuletide whimsy and winter wonder that celebrates the magic of the holiday seasons.

Chase Room, Madison Public Library

 

January 9
1:30 P.M.

Top Secret Rosies  -a documentary will be shown at 1:30 PM in the Chase Room of the Madison Public Library. We do not plan to have a business meeting on this day, but we reserved the room to allow for a discussion after the 60 min documentary. This is a program about the role of some women during World War II.

Chase Room, Madison Public Library

February 6
7:30 P.M.

Implicit Bias, Michael Brownstein  – Michael will introduce the audience to the literature on implicit bias, with a focus on gender bias – hiring biases, inclusiveness and diversity in STEM fields and how it affects our beliefs about women in leadership positions.  He will also discuss what the data show regarding the most effective strategies for combating implicit gender biases.

Chase Room, Madison Public Library

March 6
7:30 P.M.

A WASP Takes Wing: The Women Airforce Service Pilots of World War ll, Carol Simon Levin

Chase Room, Madison Public Library

April 3
7:30 P.M.

A Travel Log of India, Jeanne Eisele – Our branch member shares highlights from her epic travels through India

Chase Room, Madison Public Library

May 1
6:30 P.M.

Annual Dinner
Reservations required

June TBD Branch Book Sale
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