Luncheon Programs

St. George Courtyard Marriott
St. George Courtyard Marriott: AAUW 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

Images of Jupiter: The intersection of science and art
Monday, March 4, 2019 (11:00 AM – 1:00 PM MST)

Presented by: Dr. Candice Hansen-Koharcheck (Senior Scientist at the Planetary Science Institute)

Dr. Candice Hansen-Koharcheck will be presenting beautiful and fascinating images of Jupiter.

In 2016, the Juno spacecraft entered into orbit around Jupiter, carrying the JunoCam, a camera designed to give
the public a way to be involved in space exploration. People were invited to process JunoCam images, resulting
in a unique blend of science and art.

Register Today

April 1, 2019: Business Meeting

May 6, 2019: Scholarship Meeting

https://aauw-stgeorge.org/esmart/