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Saturday, September 21, 6:30-8:30 pm: Changing Course presents “Plant-Based Foods: But What’s for Supper?” a hands-on dining experience. Meet at St. John’s Unitarian Universalist Church, 320 Resor.
Sunday, September 22, noon – 4 pm: Picnic at Ross Park in St. Bernard, shelter 3. Bring a dish to share. Please r.s.v.p. to the WCC office.
Tuesday, September 24, noon: Gathering for Good to support Girls with Pearls. Meet at Venice on Vine, 1301 Vine St. Downtown for lunch and donations. If you can’t make it, please drop off items at the WCC office.
Friday, September 27, 11:30-1:00: Women’s Physical, Economic, and Mental Health Expo on Fountain Square. Speakers will address this year’s theme, “Pennies on the Dollar: Equal Pay for Equal Work!” Organizations staff tables to answer questions about their services and distribute information pamphlets and fliers. CLICK HERE TO ORDER tables (plus two chairs) at $25 each.
Saturday, September 28, 9-11 am: “Women Appointed and Elected.” St. John’s Unitarian Universalist Church, 320 Resor Ave. in Clifton. A free, nonpartisan workshop about running for office and serving as a civic leader.
Thursday, October 17, 6-8 pm: “Who Are You to Judge?” Forum with candidates for Municipal Court judge at the Urban League, 3458 Reading Road in Avondale.
Sunday, December 8: Feist-Tea will be held at the Kennedy Heights Arts Center Annex, 6546 Montgomery Rd.
Monday, March 30, 7:30 pm: National Speaker Program presents writer Denise Kiernan. Order tickets through Memorial Hall.
Wednesday, September 25: Board meeting.
Wednesday, October 23: Executive committee meets.
November 20: Board meeting.
December (date TBA): Executive committee meets.
See Calendar for more WCC Committee Meetings
The 2019 Annual Report is HERE!
Marian A. Spencer is the perfect person to break the barrier to become Cincinnati’s first statue named after a woman. Commissioned by the Woman’s City Club, the statue will honor civil rights icon Marian A. Spencer, who just passed away. Our plan is to dedicate the statue at Smale Riverfront Park on Marian Spencer’s 100th birthday, June 28, 2020. Marian was an extraordinary woman of grace and dignity who spent her life working for equality and justice, with her belief that each of us has the ability to make the world a better place. A preliminary sketch of the statue is below.
We are asking the community to please support this effort. You can help by making your tax deductible contribution today. CLICK HERE to donate.
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