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Michigan Fashion Designer Showcase

This is Us - Supporting Women

Tickets are on sale NOW - Click here to order tickets online and view details of our sponsors, fashion designers, and accessories designers.

‘Peek at the Unique II’ is Saturday, April 13, 2024 9:15 AM - 1:15 PM

This event is at the VisTaTech Center, DePonino Room, Schoolcraft College.

Click here for the flyer to email to your friends and family.




March 12 Lunchtime Meeting

This is Us - Learning about Public Policy and Government Activity

March's meeting will be 11:30 A.M. - 2:00 P.M. at the Sports Den, 133 W. Main Street, Northville

Gwen Markham, Oakland Count Commissioner for District 15 which includes Novi, Farmington Hills and the Oakland County portion of the City of Northville.

Details about Gwen can be found in the March newsletter.

She will be discussing county government, the CARES act, and the American Rescue Plan.

In addition climate change, human trafficking, regional cooperation, and road repairs in Oakland and Wayne counties.



Ann Arbor, MI - May 5, 2020: Lacey-Jean Hard, author of ‘Cooking With Scraps’.

April 9 Members Meeting

This is Us - Cooking with Scraps

Join us on April 9 at 6:45 P.M. at the Novi Civic Center, 45175 W. 10 Mile Road, Novi.  

Lindsay-Jean Hard - Tackling Food Waste

Cooking with scraps is a delicious way to help tackle food waste! Join us to learn how to put underutilized produce parts (seeds, stems, tops, and rinds!) and other odds and ends to good use in delicious and surprising culinary creations. Discover why food waste is such an important issue to address and walk away empowered to make changes in your own kitchen.

Lindsay-Jean Hard is the IACP award-nominated author of Cooking with Scraps: Turn Your Peels, Cores, Rinds, and Stems into Delicious Meals, co-author of Zingerman’s Bakehouse Celebrate Every Day: A Year’s Worth of Favorite Recipes for Festive Occasion, Big & Small, and contributing author to IKEA Canada’s The Scraps Book: A Waste-Less Cookbook. She is a writer and editor at Zingerman’s Creative Services.

AAUW Spirit Wear

Order Your Spirit Wear Here

AAUWNN is now offering branch spirit wear in a variety of styles and colors. We also are now offering tote bags to carry all your purchases home! These stylish tops and quilted vests run true to size, are a very nice quality, and are perfect for a fall day!

Click here to order Spirit Wear


Since 1993

Welcome to the AAUW Northville/Novi Branch

The Northville-Novi Branch was established in 1975 to promote equity and education for women and girls in the Northville-Novi area. The Branch supports a number of community action projects and we raise funds for local college scholarships. Most importantly, our Branch provides our members with opportunities to associate with like minded women and men through our activities and special interest groups. We join because of what AAUW stands for; we stay because of the friendships we make.

Visitors are welcome at all branch meetings. For information about our meeting times and locations, visit the Branch Programs link.

Our Branch Offers

  • A group of educated women with diverse backgrounds and experiences.
  • Informative monthly programs from September through May.
  • Varied interest groups.
  • Community based programs such as Let's Read Math, Career Path Day, Reading in the Schools, and Remember The Ladies.