Author Night details have been finalized. Now we need to promote the event. Below you will find a copy of the event flyer and we are asking club members help us distribute them. Perhaps by printing them and posting them on the bulletin boards of the social activities we attend. Maybe posting a print copy at your local library , favorite store , hair dresser or nail salon. You can easily download the flyer and share it via email with your friends and family or go to the bottom of the post and use the share buttons.
This is our only fundraising event and it really is one of Hamilton’s premier literary highlights of the year. Let’s get the word out it is going to be a wonderful evening.
Marina Endicott flyer
We recently became aware that long time CFUW-Hamilton member Ethel Lapp underwent surgery this week at the Juravinski to repair a badly broken femur . She came through the procedure nicely but will face a long recovery period.
Violence against women is pervasive and affects all sectors of society. CFUW-Hamilton offers its support to women in distress with it’s support to Inasmuch House in Hamilton. We are asking that our members take a stand against family violence by helping to provide the essentials needed by local women and children who are striving to live free of abuse.
On Tuesday March 15, 2015 at our General Meeting we are taking another collection of toiletries, clothing and small toys for Inasmuch House . We will take anything that might be needed by someone who has had to leave her home and many of her belongings.
Please join us and support Inasmuch House Hamilton.
For over a decade CFUW Hamilton has been pleased to be able to present one Hamilton’s premier literary events. This year we have been fortunate in securing award winning author Mariana Endicott as our guest. The event will take place Thursday April 14, 2016 at the Spectator Auditorium, 44 Frid St. S., Hamilton ON at 7:00 pm. Tickets are $15 and are available at our general meetings , on line from Eventbrite Tickets (includes a small service fee) or from Bryan Prince Bookseller ( cash only).
Please join us and support post secondary scholarship in Hamilton.
Tues. Feb 16, 2015 @7:30 pm 1020 Upper James Hamilton, The Cresmont Building
Dr. Christine Lei, Professor, Laurier University, McMaster University
” Three Sisters: the experiences of the First Women at McMaster 1930-31″
Dr. Lei is a committed advocate for heritage preservation. She believes if we are to survive as a city, it is vital to preserve Hamilton’s history for future generations.