100th Anniversary of the League of Women Voters

100th Anniversary of the League of Women Voters

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There’s a lot happening early in March, but catch a breath because there’s more to do all month and beyond. It’s all in here. Don’t miss any of it!

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Event Date: 
Feb 29 2020 - 9:30am to 2:30pm
Event location: 

Dominican Center

Looking Back, Moving Forward -- Join us for a day of information and discussion on the direction of the League moving into the next 100 years!

100th anniversary celebration
Event Date: 
Feb 18 2020 - 5:00pm
Event location: 

The Lyric

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Get the latest information on candidates forum and Voter's Edge California, the Schools and Communities First Initiative, lots of Anniversary celebration activities, the Census, healthcare, and more!

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If you have ever—or never—before had the thought, I’d really like to volunteer with the League of Women Voters (Diablo Valley) this year . . . This is the time, 2020 is THE YEAR you are so needed!

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Get the latest information on January activities, the Schools and Communities First Initiative, upcoming Voter Service opportunities, and our latest courageous woman, Matilda Joslyn Gage!

Westport 100th Anniversary Afternoon Tea Flyer
Event Date: 
Feb 9 2020 - 1:30pm to 3:30pm
Event location: 

Westport Women's Club

Event Date: 
Jun 25 2020 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Event location: 

Gallery 1904 (Old Aurora Public Library)

"Rightfully Hers: The Right to Vote"
Speaker: Dr. Joan M Johnson, Northwestern University
 
Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment and the League of Women Voters
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Event Date: 
Feb 14 2020 (All day)

100th Anniversary of National League of Women Voters.

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Get the latest information on the Schools and Communities First Initiative, upcoming Voter Service opportunities, and our latest courageous woman, Marie W. Stewart!

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