PROGRAMME

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 Public Library – Georgetown Branch,  9 Church St.,  Georgetown.

Schedule 2019/20

September 3:   Opening Meet and Mingle Meeting.

Please join us.  Make new friends.  Bring a friend.

Time:  7:15 pm to renew membership, meet new people and welcome new members or just check it out.
8:15 pm Meeting starts

October 1: Responding to the Climate Crisis: Local Initiatives

Local Initiatives explored with Town Councillor Jane Fogal and Lisa Kohler, Execcutive Director, Halton Environment Network (HEN).

November 5: Lights, Camera, Action: Movies made in Halton Hills!

A presentation by Mark Rowe of the Esquesing Historical Society.

December 3:  Holiday Social & Pub Style Quiz.

Entertainment by Aynsley Saxe, singer/songwriter/pianist

January 7:  Keeping a Healthy Brain

Dementia is a general term that refers to a variety of brain disorders, and affects 564,000 people in Canada today. Join Danielle Arbour from the Alzheimer’s Society of Hamilton and Halton for an overview of dementia, and a discussion about how to keep your brain healthy. This presentation is in conjunction with the Halton Hills Public Library and will be held at the John Elliott Theatre.  Pick up your free ticket for the John Elliott Theatre at the Box Office!

February 4: Land of Lost Borders.

National Bestseller • Winner of the 2019 RBC Taylor Prize  Kate Harris presents her book “Land of Lost Borders” at the John Elliott Theatre.  Kate’s book is also the Winner of the 2019 Rakuten Kobo Emerging Writer Prize in Literary Nonfiction • Winner of the 2019 Edna Staebler Award for Creative Non-Fiction • Winner of the 2019 Boardman Tasker Prize for Mountain Literature • Winner of a 2019 OpenBook Award in Taiwan and we are lucky enough have her as our guest in partnership with the Halton Hills Public Library.  You can visit Kate’s website at http://www.kateharris.ca/

March 3: We want to hear from you.

A social with brainstorming.

April 7: Medical Cannabis

May 5:   Annual Spring Dinner

A presentation by Richard Tofflemire on Owls, Hummingbirds & Butterflies

June 2:  CFUW Georgetown Annual General Meeting