Also read the East Bay Times article on “Alameda: Library forum aims to shed light on Islam, local Muslims.”
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Welcome Back! Our September meeting features our Tech Trek campers. Since 1998, AAUW Tech Trek has worked to help girls explore their interests in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). This year, Alameda Branch sent five girls from Alameda schools to Sonoma State to live and eat in the dorms, attend lectures, learn by doing, go on outings, meet professional women working in STEM fields and have fun!
Tech Trek is designed to make STEM accessible to girls in middle school and in many cases facilitates their curiosity, placing them on a path toward success. Come see them, listen to them, and hear about their adventures!
Saturday, September 9, 2017
AAUW-Alameda Branch Tech Trek Lunch
11:30 am Social, 12:00 pm Lunch
Girls Inc., 1724 Santa Clara Ave Recreation Center
Alameda CA 94501
AAUW Cinema Club is open to members and spouses or partners of members. We see a movie at the Alameda Theatre & Cineplex Sunday afternoon, followed by refreshments and conversation at Tucker’s Ice Cream or happy hour refreshments at Cinema Grill. We vote on the film to attend the week before, when the schedule comes out. To get on the email distribution to vote, contact Kevis Brownson, or use the form on the Activities Page . We meet at the Alameda Theatre October through June; summer events are sometimes scheduled at nearby East Bay theaters such as the Piedmont, the Grand Lake, or theaters in Berkeley.
Our group meets at 1:00 pm on the third Monday. We share enthusiasm and information about books we are currently reading. Join us to discover new authors and titles. Contact Kate Quick.
The Museum Group meets on the third Thursday of each month from September through June. We go to various museums in the Bay Area to see the latest art shows. Included most years are the de Young, Palace of the Legion of Honor, Cantor at Stanford, Asian Art, MOMA and Oakland Museums. The carpool meets at Ross’ parking lot at South Shore to leave at 9:30 a.m. sharp. We have lunch at the museum and return between 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. Interested persons may contact Judy Sparks, Barbara Ihling, or Marlis White.