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Welcome to AAUW ~ Davis

The American Association of University Women promotes equity for all women and girls, lifelong education, and positive societal change. In principle and in practice, AAUW values and seeks a diverse membership. There shall be no barriers to full participation in this organization on the basis of gender, race, creed, age, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or class.

We would love to hear from you! Please contact AAUW-Davis at info@aauwdavis.org with any comments/questions or for information about membership or donations.


girl-under-T-AAUW, Davis CA branch, Thank A TeacherHonor a teacher in our T(ea) is for Teachers fundraiser and help send a 7th grade girl to AAUW’s Tech Trek 2015! More information to come.

AAUW, Davis CA branch, Thank A Teacher button

50th Celebration for AAUW Davis

50th Celebration!!

Happy 50th BirthdayWe will be celebrating our Davis AAUW Branch 50 year milestone! We started in 1966, and 50 years later, here we are, still active. Please join us Saturday, November 19 from 5-7 pm at 747 Plum Lane as we honor past and current presidents and charter members.

We will have a guest speaker, Madhavi Sunder, school board President of the Davis JUSD. She will speak to “Supporting the Whole Child and Every Child in our Davis Schools”.

The drawing for the raffle of the quilt made and donated by Marti Abbott will also take place at this meeting.

Bring an appetizer to share. Wine, etc. will be provided by your board. Please RSVP to Estelle at (530) 758-8603 or aauwdavis.ex.estelle@gmail.com . Please bring spouses or significant others.

Walking tour, Amador City

AAUW Amador County Presents A Walking Tour of Amador City on April 16th

AAUW Amador County Presents A Walking Tour of Amador City on April 16th 

AAUW Amador County’s 44th annual Home Tour, in the captivating town of Amador City, delivers wine country charm, tours of unique foothill homes and Gold Country historical sites.

Join us on April 16th from 11:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. for an intimate view of California’s smallest, incorporated city and its Gold Rush era buildings. The homes on the tour are, in turn, historic and modern. One of the homes is a converted church and renovated 1920’s home, which have been converted to a breathtaking, live-in art studio and, a kitchen which incorporates the original altar and confessional as kitchen island and pantry. The church bell, transported from Ireland around Cape Horn, still rings. The Amador house is a delightful example of village living in a cozy, but luxuriously updated, country Victorian. A traditional Victorian, built in the 21st century, is furnished with beautiful artifacts from around the world. To complete the tour of homes; a newly remodeled Victorian, dotted with the owners’ collected treasures, includes a fond childhood memory; an old-fashioned sleeping porch. The Amador City historical sites include, the Fire House Museum, The Imperial Hotel, Amador Whitney Museum and, the Amador City Cemetery. Advance tickets go on sale at local outlets beginning March 14 for $22 or purchase on Tour day or online for $25 on Tour Day. Go to http://amador-ca.aauw.net/home-tour/ to view all purchase options.