Longmont AAUW members participate in a variety of interest groups. Read quick descriptions of the groups and get contact information below; follow the links to pages with more in-depth information about each of groups.
Coffee and Conversation: This isn’t the typical interest group. It’s very a informal group that meets on the second Wednesday of each month from 9:30 – 10:30 AM, upstairs at the Cheese Importers, 103 Main St. There is no agenda for this group, just good coffee (and perhaps a croissant), good conversation and fellowship. All members are invited to join the group anytime they are available. For information, contact Wanda Schnabel, 303-485-9584, firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Issues & Advocacy: This group meets in members’ homes on the third Monday of the month from 3:30 – 5:00 PM. Whether troubling or energizing, current issues of local, state and national importance are the topics of this discussion group. The focus is on understanding issues more clearly, expanding skills of all our members to better deal with issues and possibly taking specific actions that might be appropriate. All Branch members are welcome to join us for the discussion. For information, contact Nancy Holt, 303-772-5131, email@example.com
Evening Book Group: This group meets the third Thursday of the month from 7:00 – 8:30 PM. For more information, contact Bev Schrenk at 303-772-7987, firstname.lastname@example.org Books and locations are published in the newsletter; members are welcome to attend only the discussions in which they are interested. Here’s the list of books the group has read over the last several years.
Gourmet Dinner Group: AAUW members, along with their spouses and guests, gather three or four times a year on a weekend evening to enjoy the wonderful world of food. For more information, call Gayle Rainey at 303-772-6411, email@example.com. Read more about how the Gourmet evenings are organized, and find plans and recipes from past events and a list of dinner themes from the last decade.
Great Decisions: Starting in mid-January each year, members and nonmembers meet for eight or nine Mondays from 12:30 to 2:30 PM. Informed by the nonpartisan Foreign Policy Association’s briefing book, they discover the history of eight foreign policy issues, learn the United States’ various policy options, and discuss the possible outcomes of each choice. For particulars about the 2021 program, see Great Decisions 2021. For more information, contact Sue Hughes at 303-776-4541, firstname.lastname@example.org. This group welcomes non-members.
Memoir Writing Group … Leaving a Legacy: These writers meet the first Thursday of the month from 6:30 to 8:00 PM. For more information, contact Kathy Flynn at 303-772-4636, email@example.com. Members share and discuss their writings and encourage each other in preserving a history of family happenings, anecdotes, and character profiles. Come join us as we relive yesterday and preserve stories for our family and friends.
Racism and Anti-Racism Study Group: members meet on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at 1:00 PM in a study group format to discuss race issues and opportunities in light of current events in the U.S. The group is reviewing materials including books, articles, videos, movies, podcasts, etc. to become more informed. New members are welcome at any time. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cinematique: Movie aficionados meet monthly on a Sunday evening to watch a film and discuss it. Click here to learn about the movie night format or for a list of movies they’ve watched in the past couple of years. Because of space constraints, at this time the group is closed to new members. Call Mary McCoy at 303-776-3803 for suggestions about starting a new group, Cinematique II.