Monthly Branch Programs

Spring 2022 Branch Meeting Programs

May 20, 11am
Lunch with Officers Induction Ceremony and Harriet Tubman Museum Tour
Cape May
11:00 am Lunch and Induction of new officers inside the Blue Pig Tavern in Congress Hall
2:00 pm private tour of the Harriet Tubman Museum

April 20, 7pm via Zoom
Annual Meeting and Climate Change Program
Learn about the most up-to-date climate events, research & changes
to New Jersey’s coastal communities and habitats.
Community planning, technical assistance, risks to communities
& wildlife habitat. Recycling updates & the importance of our area to migratory birds.

March 16, Noon
Women’s History Month Celebration
Linwood Library

February 16, 7pm via Zoom 
We Are Still Here!*
Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribal Nation
Cyndy Wilks-Mosley, Chair of the
Committee on Native American Ministry
for the Greater New Jersey United
Methodist Church (UMC) and member
of the local Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape
Tribal Nation will speak on the tribe’s historical
presence in southern NJ, their values and beliefs, and
current initiatives.

Summer 2021 programs via Zoom at 7pm:

June 10th Container Gardening
July 28th Painting with Arlene & Carol
August 25th Stress-Free Cooking


Fall 2021 Branch Meeting Programs


September 23, 7 pm via Zoom
You’ve Got A Friend
Welcome Friends.

October 20, 7 pm via Zoom
MudGirls
Find out about MudGirls Studios from founder Dorrie Papademetriou and the
MudGirls themselves. See examples of their work and learn what’s next for the
Mudgirls.

November 20, 7 pm via Zoom
“All the Good We Do!”
Annual Fall Fundraiser


Spring 2021 Branch Meeting Programs

(All programs offered via Zoom format due to the coronavirus restrictions)


January 11, 7 pm
Like A Woman
A documentary film directed by Gail Mooney, will be virtually screened and is sponsored by AAUW – Madison, NJ Branch

February 17, 7 pm
So You Think It Can’t Happen To Your Family: The Drug Crisis in Atlantic County
Lisa Bee, Leader of Angels in Motion in the Atlantic County area, and
Eric Scheffler, Atlantic County Sheriff

March 17, 7 pm
Racism in America: The Native American Experience
Dr. Daryl Thorne, Assistant Professor of Human Relations at
Trinity University in Washington, DC

April 21, 7 pm
Climate Change in NJ and What We’re Doing About It
Virginia Rettig, Refuge Manager of Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge

May 13, 7 pm
Our Annual Officer Installation – Let’s Celebrate Us Together


Fall 2020 Branch Meeting Programs
(All programs offered via Zoom format due to the coronavirus restrictions)
August 19, 7 pm
Vegetarian Dinner Recipes and 
History of the Suffragists
Sept. 16, 7 pm
Social Justice Issues
presented by More Equitable Society Study Group
Oct. 21, 7 pm
The History of Voter Suppression
Panel of Stockton University Professors facilitated by Mary Maudsley
Nov. 18, 7 pm
Cooking Presentation by Chef Kelly
Cooking Instructor Atlantic/Cape Community College
December 16, 7 pm
AAUW Annual  Holiday Party  (cyber celebration)