Luncheon Programs

St. George Courtyard Marriott
St. George Courtyard Marriott: Branch Meeting Room

AAUW St. George Branch Luncheon Programs are typically held the first Monday of the month from 11:30 to 1:00 at the Courtyard by Marriott, unless otherwise indicated.  Members will receive an email invitation that includes an opportunity to pay online. Luncheons are open to the public – this includes men! All reservations must be prepaid by the date indicated. Cost is $17.

Please note: Due to the terms of our contract with the Marriott no special diets can be accommodated at this time. Most luncheons include salad and hot vegetable along with a protein (chicken, beef, pork, fish), or plated salad with a protein (chicken, beef, pork, fish) and dessert.

2018 Luncheons

January 8, 2018: Women’s Advocacy

February 5, 2018: Environmental Issues – Water in the Desert. Panel discussion

March 5, 2018: Fostering TIE in Southern Utah

April 2, 2018: Business Meeting

May 7, 2018: Season Finale: Scholarship Luncheon!

September 10, 2017: Get acquainted with each other, with the National’s strategic plan, with Branch goals for the year and with opportunities for member participation.

October 1, 2018: Intermountain Expansion – (Mitch Cloward and Terri Draper, Intermountain Health Care)

November 12, 2018: Caregiving for the Caregiver – (Jilynne Hafen, Intermountain Cancer Center Social Worker)

December 3, 2018: Challenges and Opportunities at the Dove Center – Lindsay Boyers, Dove Center Director

2019 Luncheons

January 7, 2019: How to Keep Women in College – Sarah Bagdoian, M Ed. and Sarah K Bagdoin

February 4, 2019: You and Your Money: Your Questions Answered about Banking, Credit and Identity Protection – Glen Page

April 1, 2019: AAUW St. George: The Annual Business Meeting

May 6, 2019: Annual Scholarship Celebration

September 9, 2019: Getting to know you (and us!)

Women in Technology!
Monday, October 7, 2019 (11:00 AM – 1:00 PM MST)

Presented by:Emily King (Web Designer / Systems Architect at the College of Southern Nevada, Las Vegas)

Emily King will explain how our world is being shaped by the technology we use and why it is important we understand that technology.

She will also delve into why women have been left out of the tech field and how we can change this in the future.

Registration Closed