Welcome to the Easton, PA Branch of AAUW!


Poinsettia Sale Returns

Time seems to fly by when the holiday season begins. Now is the time to order these beautiful poinsettias with pick up on December 7th. Click on the order form to enlarge and print.

Annual Evening at the Williams Center
Friday, November 16, 2018, 8 pm
Dar Williams

“Recognized as much for her staunch progressive ideals as she is for her unfettered acoustic flair, Dar Williams holds an audience in thrall with the sheer grace and honesty of her folk-pop songwriting. The New Yorker rightly identifies her as “one of America’s very best singer-songwriters.”  At the heart of Williams’ work, spanning ten albums and four books, is her belief in friendship, human connection, and the transformative power of creating music together.”

Tickets:  $25

A portion of each AAUW ticket goes towards local scholarships.  Spouses and friends are welcome to attend.


October Branch Meeting
Palmer Library
October 31, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.
Topic: The Clothes on Your Back Can Create Social Change
Presenter: Chris Singleheart

Throughout each day, you likely give much attention to what you put into your body. Have you considered the impact of what you put on your body? By merely getting dressed, you have engaged with the garment industry! Chris encourages you to care what you wear and outlines the many benefits of buying, wearing, and donating pre- owned clothing. She describes how to create a wardrobe that is both fashionable and socially responsible.

Chris Singleheart is a writer, speaker, blogger, and marathon runner who lives a live of meaningful action. She has done extensive volunteer work with numerous organizations, making it her mission to further the advancement of others. She is an art therapy student, and she shows her lighter side as Mistress of Ceremonies of Lehigh Valley Story Slam.



2018 AAUW National Bylaws Amendment Vote Results

Thank you for participating in the 2018 AAUW National Bylaws Amendment vote. We had a great turnout this year with over 17 percent of eligible members participating in the vote, more than three times the 5 percent required by our bylaws. Thank you for making your voice matter on these important issues. To see the results of the voting, click the link below.