Branch meetings are held on the second Wednesday, September–November and January–May. Branch meetings are open to the public. Refer to the newsletter or website each month for details.
TIME: 10:00 – 10:30 – Coffee and Social Time
10:30 –11:00 – Business Meeting
11:00 – 12:00 – Speaker/Presentation
PLACE: 12700 SE 32nd St., Bellevue (Factoria area)
MONTHLY PROGRAMS FOR 2018-19
Meeting programs may change due to unforeseen scheduling conflicts or other reasons, so please check your monthly newsletter or web site for updated information.
September 12 – Interest Group Expo
Catch up with your AAUW friends after the summer, learn more about all of our L WB interest roups … or take this opportunity to start a new interest group.
October 10 – Osher Lifelong Learning Institute
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UW offers thought-provoking courses for adults over 50 who want to learn without tests or grades. Natalie Lecher, Program Manager, will share the details on how we might join.
November 14 – Millennials and Boomers
They were a hit at the AAUW-WA state convention in Spokane. Now DeLancey Lane, AAUW- W A Campus Liaison (and LWB member) and Eileen Baratuci, AAUW- WA Program Chair, will bring their conversation to our members.
January 9 – Imagine Housing
Imagine Housing was started 30 years ago as the Eastside Housing Alliance. Villette Nolon, President and CEO, will update us on the state of affordable housing in our area.
February 13 – Husky Adapt
Another opportunity for us to experience an EYH presentation! Molly Mollica, PhD student, Dept. of Bioengineering at UW, will share their Husky Adapt program, which adapts toys for handicapped children.
March 13 –Bellevue Botanical Gardens
If it’s spring, we’re thinking of gardens, and Nancy Kartes, Manager of the Bellevue Botanical Garden, will bring the latest from this Bellevue jewel.
April 10 – Election Monitoring
We’ll learn about election monitoring in Mali and other places from Maria Joao Andrade, who does this work for the United Nations in places all over the world.
May 8 – Can You Hear Me?
Let’s learn more about hearing from a real expert. Robert Carpenter, PhD, Associate Professor Emeritus, UW, has a unique and fun way to talk about this issue.