Join Us on Saturday, June 2, 2018

Annual Membership Meeting for our Branch

What better way to celebrate the end of a productive year at our Annual Membership meeting than to commemorate the life and work of one of America’s greatest dancers, Isadora Duncan!

New Postage Stamp honoring Isadora Duncan

Postage stamp of Duncan



  *  Vote for new Board Officers

  *  Honor hard-working members

  *  Enjoy and exciting program honoring dance pioneer ….Isadora Duncan



DATE:   Saturday, June 2, 2018
TIME:  10am
LOCATION:  Veterans Memorial Building, 200 Grand Avenue, Oakland (across from Lake Merritt)  Free parking is available in the building’s lot.
COST:    Free

Shown below:  Lois Flood, dancer, choreographer and historian, will perform four-minute miniatures of some of the classical dances created by Duncan, to music by Chopin, Schubert and Gluck.


Monday, April 10, 2018

Equal Pay Activism at Rockridge BART & Laney College

Stop by at Rockridge BART or Laney College to show your support for

Equal Pay for Equal Work!

See the times to stop by for each location below:

Saturday, April 21, 2018 in Jackson, CA, from 11am to 4pm

Sister Branch Event:  Tour Through Time” is the theme of the 46th Annual AAUW Amador Home Tour

Bank of Flowers at Daffodil Hill

Daffodil Hill

Enjoy a wonderful tour of historic homes in the Sierra foothills while you support the Amador Branch scholarship for girls and women!

Among unique sights are enormous structures used during the Gold Rush, fabulous murals in the first Serbian Orthodox Church in the western hemisphere, a 1930’s Romanesque Ione Brick home with perfectly preserved Art Deco interiors, and the abundance of beautiful homes on one of the first streets in Jackson.

Docents will lead ticket holders through five homes representing distinct periods, from a former miner’s cottage grown up, to a Fifties ranch home with salsa flavors.

Five additional historic sites include Sherlock Holmes’ neighborhood and flat recreated in a well-known bookstore, the recently renovated Amador CountyMuseum, itself in an historic house, and a sophisticated renovation of an historic hotel on Main St.

The tradition of an elegant tea with homemade cookies continues in the Civic Center where impressive murals tell the history of Jackson and Amador County.  Our members’ Art Show will be located conveniently in the spacious Civic Center Patio just outside.

Newly added to the festivities at the Civic Center is an array of impressive raffle baskets, provided by AAUW interest groups, individual AAUW members and non-profit organizations in the community, recognizing the importance and educational support purposes of the Tour.

Tickets:  for the Tour are $25 and are available at:

To learn more about to each place on the Tour (shown in the single image below), go to:   and scroll down the page.

Thumbnails of each site on the Tour


To see previous events, go to: