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Upcoming Branch Activities

Most in-person AAUW meetings have been canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak. 


BRANCH MEETINGS

Guests are always welcome at our programs. To get the Zoom link please email info@aauwelmhurst.org. A link will be sent several days before the meeting.

 Wednesday, March 10, 7 pm
Girl Led: Juliette Gordon Low and the Creation of the Girl Scouts

Juliette Gordon LowAn ardent believer in the potential of girls and the importance of fostering their individual growth, character, and self-sufficiency, Juliette Gordon Low established a global movement with the Girl Scouts. Learn about the socialite-turned-leader through a historical portrayal by Betsey Means. Presented with Elmhurst Public Library.

Live on Zoom from the Elmhurst Public Library. To register for this program, click here. Registration for this program is required; however, you do not need an Elmhurst Public Library card.

 

HALF THE SKY

Tuesday, March 23, 7 pm via Zoom

Information about the March meeting will be posted soon.

To learn more about this dynamic study group, click here.

if you are not on the Half the Sky email notification, and you would like to attend, please email Betty Laliberte

BOOK DISCUSSION

Thursday, March 25, 1 pm

The Book of Woman of Troublesome Creek by Kim Michele
Hostess: Marcia Goltermann
Discussion Leader: Peggy Fox

 

BRANCH UPDATES

Returning Student Scholarships for 2021

2021 scholarship flyerApplication Deadline: May 1, 2021

The AAUW Elmhurst Area Branch is offering two grants of $2,500 each in 2021 to local women who need financial assistance to continue their education at the undergraduate or graduate level. To learn more and find the application for these two scholarships, click here.

Used Book Sale

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Elmhurst Area AAUW Branch canceled the Used Book Sale 2020 summer.The safety of our community and the safety of our dedicated members who collect, sort, and sell these books are our primary concerns. 

We hope to host the Used Book Sale again this year. However, because this decision has not yet been made, we are NOT currently collecting or storing books.