AAUWNN Branch Programs 2019-2020
February 14 Friday, 11:30 a.m. at Cassel’s Restaurant, Northville
Meet New Novi Police Member ‘Becker’
And his handler, Stacey Simon, who will help us learn about what it takes to be a handler, and the role of a dog in police work. The perfect anecdote for a cold February Friday.
March 13 Friday, 11:30 a.m. at Cassel’s Restaurant, Northville
The Women in the History of Northville
Just in time to get out and take a walk around Northville, we will hear local author, researcher, historian, community activist and advocate Michelle Fecht speak. This is a unique opportunity to hear a dynamic and engaging local speaker speak about an often-overlooked topic.
April 14 Tuesday, 6:45 p.m. at the Northville District Library
The Fascinating Politics of Michigan
Mary Pollock, State Lobbyist for AAUW Michigan will join us once again to talk about what AAUWMI is doing within the state to better the lives of women. If you remember when she last joined us, you will remember that her talk was fascinating.
May TBD Tuesday, 5:30 p.m. at Karl’s Cabin, Plymouth
Annual Meeting, Awards and Scholarship Dinner
Please make note of all dates and times on your calendar.To best provide for our members and guests, days and times vary.
September 10, 2019 Tuesday, 6:00 p.m. Potluck dinner at the First United Methodist Church of Northville, main level.
This is Us – Making a Difference – Growing Together
(Guests not required to bring food.)
All are welcome to join this wonderful opportunity to learn about our Branch. A fun welcome back for our current members.
October 8, 2019 Tuesday, 6:45 p.m. at the Northville District Library
100 Years of Voting Rights for Women
Join us to learn the history of the women’s right to vote.
November 16 Saturday, 11:30 a.m. at The Garage, Northville
Bring your spouse, friends, neighbors to join us at our Saturday lunch, where we will hear Tracy Purrenhage from RRRASOC (Resource Recovery and Recycling Authority of Southwest Oakland County) presents an interactive, informative and fun presentation that tells the story of trash and how recycling helps reduce the environmental impact of waste. Learn best practices on how to recycle more and recycle right in RRRASOC member communities. What happens to recycling after it gets collected? Can this be recycled and why? Do containers need to be washed before they go in the bin or cart? Cost $ 32.
December 9 Monday, 6:00 p.m. at the Northville Community Center, Banquet Room
Christmas at Hudson’s
Don’t miss our Holiday celebration where we will hear Lucas McGrail, local architect/Detroit historian/lecturer tell us about the fascinating history of Hudson’s and their iconic holiday celebrations. Catering by Park Place Catering. Cost $30.
January 10 Friday, 11:30 a.m. at Cassel’s Restaurant, Northville
Feed the Need
Member Tia Marie Sanders will share her passion for feeding the food challenged children of Novi over the summer, and her vison for empowering the families they are from.