Category Archives: Branch Events

October Lunch

October Lunch features Jill Keimach, City Manager, City of Alameda

Come hear our City Manager, Jill Keimach, speak on the “State of the City.” Appointed Alameda City Manager in March 2016, Ms Keimach previously served as Town Manager of Moraga where she helped remodel and create new Town Offices, Council Chambers and Emergency Operations Center. She has also served as Community Development Director for City of Fremont and worked for a variety of government agencies such as ABAG and BART and Bay Area cities. She received her BA in Architecture and her Masters in City and Regional Planning with a minor in Transportation Planning from UC Berkeley.

Saturday, October 14, 2017
11:30am Social, 12:00 noon Lunch
Asena Restaurant
2508 Santa Clara Ave, Alameda

Salad: Organic mixed green salad, spicy pecans, Kalamata olive, Gorgonzola cheese, honey balsamic vinaigrette

Choice of Entrée: Served with seasonal vegetables and potatoes

  • Fillo pastry, fresh spinach, caramelized onion, feta, fire roasted bell pepper coulis
  • Pan seared Petaluma chicken breast, artichoke, sherry-mushroom cream
  • Parmesan cheese crusted fresh Tilapia fillet, tropical fruit salsa
  • Asena’s bread with olive oil/balsamic vinegar
  • Includes Vanilla bean gelato/raspberry zinfandel sorbet for dessert and coffee/tea

Please select entrée and note in memo section of your check.

Make check payable to AAUW – Alameda Branch for $39 and mail to: Beth Sibley, 721 Harbor Rd., Alameda, CA 94502, easibley@hotmail.com for receipt by Tuesday, October 10.

Third Monday Book Club

The Third Monday Book Club meets at 1:30pm on the third Monday of each month starting September 18th.  Our group shares brief reviews of books members have recently read and we often swap books.  Members take turns hosting and providing a dessert in their homes .

Museum Group

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.