The Georgetown University Women’s Club meets the first Tuesday of every month at 7:30 p.m. Meetings are held at the Halton Hills Library – Georgetown Branch at 9 Church St., Georgetown.
September 5: Opening Meet and Mingle Meeting.
Please join us. Make new friends. Bring a friend.
October 3: Truth, Reconciliation, and the 150th: Perspectives on the Sesquicentennial
Join us as Henriette Thompson presents a lecture that examines the meaning of the anniversary of Confederation and its potential to lead to reconciliation. Indigenous peoples in Canada experienced broken treaties, loss of land, residential schools, and social dislocation after Confederation. Henriette Thompson worked alongside Canadian churches and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. She has a background in international development and social justice work.
November 7: Gender Identity
Join us as Jess Kiley, Program Coordinator for Positive Space Network Gender Identity discusses current issues facing trans and gender non-conforming children, youth and their families.
December 5: Holiday Social – Music by Jake Chisholm
January 9 (second Tuesday): Frauds, Scams and How to Protect Your Identity
Presentation by the Halton Regional Police
February 6: Creative Travel Photography
Presentation by Travel Photographer Gary Cralle
March 6: The World of Bees
Presentation by Debbie Gray, Heritage Bees
April 3: Taboos & Traditions, Female Genital Mutilation
Presentation by Dilshad Tavawalla
May 1: Annual Spring Dinner -At the Hornby Golf Club – What’s Not to Hike: Halton Loops and Lattes – Nicola Ross
June 5: Annual General Meeting (AGM)