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Groups
Joining an Interest Group gives you the opportunity to have fun and get to know other women in the branch while sharing a common interest. 

Book Discussions

Avid and casual readers gather monthly to discuss the group’s chosen selection: fiction or non-fiction in paperback. 

Wednesday Morning

  •  When: 3rd Wednesday of the month

  •  Time: 10:00 am

  •  Where: Zoom, turn on your computer, iPod, Kindle, or Smartphone

  • Contact Nancy Taylor for more information.

Wednesday Night

  • When: 1st Wednesday of the month

  • Time: 6:30 pm  

  • Where: members home

  • Contact: Jane Watkins  for more information

Open Book

Great Decisions

Topics vary from world issues such as global health, civil wars abroad, economic growth in developing countries to other world issues that affect our lives. A book and accompanying video is the source for research, presentations and discussion.

  • When: 2nd Friday of the month 

  • Time: 10:00 am

  • Where: Raley’s Supermarket - 1915 Douglas Blvd. (pending final reservations)

  • Contact Elsie Gaura for more information.

Pencil and Notebook

Chicago/Duplicate Bridge

Bridge players gather in members’ homes for friendly social bridge. Attendance each month is optional. Members rotate hosting the group.

  • When: 2nd Wednesday of the month

  • Time: 1:00 pm  

  • Where: members home

  • Contact: Leslie McNeil for more information.

Deck of Cards

Wine Appreciation

Members and partners/friends participate in various wine-tasting events in Northern California wineries, in members’ homes, or at other venues, sharing wines and food in informal social gatherings.

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  • Contact: Joan Donlon for more information.

Pouring Wine

Gardening

Members gather to share gardening experiences, mutual interests and to enjoy group outings.

  • When: 1st Wednesday of the month

  • Time: 10:30 am  

  • Where: TBD  

  • Contact: Diane Madden for more information

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Mah Jong

Members play the American version. New and experienced players are welcome. Teaching/instructions available each week.

  • When:1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month

  • Time: 1:00 pm

  • Wherealternating between Roseville and Lincoln members' homes

  • Contact: Joyce Wade for more information.

Elderly people playing mahjong. Mahjong is a Chinese table game, and the tiles say 50,000

 If we do not have something you’re interested in, start a group yourself. To request a new interest group, please send an email to Dotti May with the following information:

  • Interest Group Name and description

  • Leader/Co-leader’s: First & Last Name, Email address & Phone number

  • Proposed meeting time/date/location

 

Possible ideas and fun things to do:

  • Art Tours - Visit museums and galleries in person

  • Handicraft Circle - craft projects including knitting, jewelry making, scrapbooking, and quilting

  • Meet Me at the Movies - Members watch a movie at the theater

  • Behind the Headlines – Speakers and discussion on a topic of current interest in the news

  • Food, Friends, Fun - Members attend dinner at a home or restaurant

  • Happy Hour - Gather for wine/cocktails and a chance to catch up with friends

  • Hiking - Distance and destination to be determined by the hikers

  • Child Tutoring Program - Volunteer at the Library 

Neighborhood Groups
Neighborhood Groups

While we are lucky to have more than 100 members in our Roseville-South Placer Branch, it’s nice to get to know our AAUW neighbors. Branch members have many opportunities to meet in neighborhood groups: coffees, lunches, happy hours, crafts activities, cultural events, trips to interesting local shops, white elephant gift exchanges, and more.

 

The purpose is to create a sense of inclusion among AAUW members by building neighborhood friendships and providing a close membership support system. Groups are arranged by their residential proximity, although members may choose to join any neighborhood group.Scheduled activities for each neighborhood group are published monthly in the branch newsletter, Branch Lines. New members’ names are sent to neighborhood coordinators who will stay in touch with them. For more information contact the neighborhood coordinator directly: (contact information is available to members in the branch handbook)

Contact the person listed if interested in joining: 

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