March 9: Ted Schulze will speak about his grandmother, Tye Leung Schulz, an American-born woman who excaped domestic servitude at age 9 and an arranged marriage at age 12. As an adult, she became the first Chinese-American woman to work for the federal government and first to vote in a federal election. Tye Leung Schulze is honored in the PBS Series "Unladylike 2020."
April 13: Jody Lewen from Mt Tamalpais College (formerly known as the Prison University Project) will speak about how the College is making a difference in the lives of those housed in San Quentin.
Listen to Jody's presentation here:
May 11: We celebrate the recipients of our scholarships awarded for community service at our annual Spring Tea.
Potluck Luncheons and Programs
During the pandemic, we continue to hold monthly programs on the second Tuesday of each month September through June via Zoom.
Don't wait to get to know us or hesitate to stay in touch. Check the most for the Zoom link.
June 8: Corte Madera Town Manager, Todd Cusimano, will report on the State of the Town.
July-August: Summer Break. We hope to return to in-person meetings in the Fall.