Events

 

Preview of upcoming programs and activities:
 
Friday, October 22, 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm – All Are Welcome

 Fall Reception
At our annual Fall Reception, Cheri Sayer will present a history of the club and we’ll hold our traditional White Rose ceremony for new members. We’ll also be formally presenting our annual scholarship to this year’s winner.  Note: we’ll hold this event on the 4th Friday of October rather than our normal meeting date. 

Please pre-register for the meeting with this link
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0vdOCpqzosH9M57npTcUxStQc4rPwp9PBa

 
 
Friday, November 19, 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. – All Are Welcome
 
 

At our November program meeting, William Woodward, PhD, will present his talk: “Will the 2020s Roar like the 1920s?” 

A pandemic, protests, and economic jolts ushered in the so-called “Roaring Twenties.” Americans adjusted in ways both innovative and counterproductive. What lessons from the 1920s can we apply to our own looming 20s? Professor Woodward will chart the eerily familiar developments of a century ago: shattered idealism, social clashes, domestic terrorism, culture wars, disorienting technologies, and fearsome disease. How might stories from a particular moment in the past—one with remarkable parallels to the present—shed light on ways for us to move forward? As the 2020s unfold, what conversations should we have?
 
About the presenter: Dr. William Woodward (he/him) is an award-winning professor of American and Pacific Northwest history at Seattle Pacific University. His teaching, research, and writing focus on iconic elements of regional and national culture, including the military and baseball. His co-authored pictorial history of the Washington National Guard was released in 2019. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Wheaton College, as well as a master’s degree and PhD from Georgetown University. This program is presented with support from Humanities Washington and is co-sponsored by The Steamer Virginia V Foundation.
 
Please preregister with the link below:

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZclf-6grDoqHNWQ59SJ4ErlSkWV6Q2LZz5Z

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. The confirmation email will be re-sent to you a day or two prior to the event. If you do not see that in your email box, please check your spam or “promotions” folders in your email account.

 

Please check back to this page for updates!  And consider joining the club so you can fully participate. 
Click on this link to visit our membership page: http://www.womanscenturyclub.org/membership/
 
 
Past program highlights:
 
During 2021 the club hosted a number of online program meetings on our usual meeting day: the third Friday of each month.  Among the programs we presented this year:
 
  • “Seattle: The City Beautiful Movement,” with local historian and author Lawrence Kreisman.

  • “Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women: Washington State’s Efforts to End this Tragic Epidemic,” a panel discussion featuring Earth-Feather Sovereign, tribal activist and founder of MMIWW; Rep. Gina Mosbrucker, a state legislator from central Washington and a sponsor of legislation on this issue; and Dawn Pullin, one of two tribal liaison officers with the Washington State Patrol.

  • “From Concords to Cabernet: Washington’s Route to World-Class Wines,” featuring wine podcaster and Central Washington University faculty member Marji Morgan.

  • ” Washington Remembers: From Marcus Whitman to Billy Frank, Jr. – Stories of Washington Statues and Memorials,” a presentation by local historian and author Judy Bentley.

  • “Diving into the Seattle Public Schools Archives,” with Meaghan Kahlo, MA, District Archivist and Lead Content Analyst, Seattle Public Schools.

  • Guided Ecotour led by a Duwamish Tribe Docent, a walking tour of X̌əʔapus Village Park and Shoreline Habitat.

  • WCC 130th Anniversary Celebration  With a Walking Tour of Volunteer Park and Visit to Lakeview Cemetery and Festive Picnic.

  • Private Tour of the Kubota Garden with docents from the Kubota Garden Foundation.

  •  “Orcas and Chinook Salmon: Twin monarchs of the Pacific Northwest and their struggle to survive,” with Seattle Times Reporter Lynda Mapes.

Check our Facebook page for more information about our upcoming events, as well as photos from past events.

All are welcome to attend club gatherings. 

The Woman’s Century Club welcomes new members; dues are $50 per year or $25 if joining after July 1.

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