Welcome to our website. The Smithtown Branch is entering its 42nd year and continues to support the mission of AAUW to advance equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy and research. We have a full program of activities that helps us promote our mission. We support the National Conference for College Women and Student Leaders (NCCWSL). We are the partner branch with Stony Brook University for the “Elect Her-Campus Women Win” program. We educate ourselves and the community by presenting interesting speaker programs. Each year we view one movie pertaining to women’s rights such as “The Invisible War” and “Pray the Devil Back to Hell,” the story of the women in Liberia who fought to end wars and bring peace in their country. For the holiday season we donate needed items for the victims of domestic violence and give generously to our local food pantry. We are always open to suggestions on new ways to help women and our community.
Close ties and friendships have grown through our projects, but also through our interest groups including our lively literature group, our crafty knitting group, our caring outreach program, our recently formed just for fun Mah Jongg group, and our deep thinking Great Decisions discussion group.
We invite you to explore our website to see more of what we are about. We welcome all women who are interested in our mission and are looking to find new friends and activities. You can contact us at the information in the side bar.
Considering Running for a Branch Board Member Position?
Contact Diane at Dineystokn@msn.com indicating your willingness to serve.
Elections will be held at the next General membership Meeting in May 2017
2016-17 Event Highlights
“Being Heard in a Man’s World”
Monday, September 12, 2016
Featuring Guest Speaker
Certified Auctioneer and Antique Appraiser for Fine Arts and Antiquities
The Smithtown Historical Society’s Brush Barn
211 East Main Street, Smithtown, NY 11787
By profession, Wendy is a licensed optician on the East End, but she is also among the foremost public auctioneers in the country, a certified Antique Appraiser of Fine Arts and Antiquities, and a licensed Realtor. Clearly, there is nothing that this woman can’t sell!! A lifelong Rotarian, Wendy is also scheduled to become L.I. Rotary District Governor in 2017.
Learn about how you can join in AAUW’s commitment to help advance woman and girls of all ages in the greater Smithtown area.
Annual Book and Author Luncheon
Saturday October 15, 2016 12pm
Talia Carner will be discussing her new book
Viola, The Bistro
224 Lake Ave., St. James, NY 11780
Program to benefit AAUW’s Legal Advocacy Fund
Highlights of 2015-16
Highlights of 2014-15
HIGHLIGHTS OF 2013-2014