Business meetings are held before our potluck programs; all members are welcome.
Laurel Munson, Yosemite's first female horse patrol ranger and first female wilderness manager
Physical distancing at our March 10 meeting, days before public gatherings were forbidden.
Final set up for the Giant Indoor Yard Sale, the Club's primary fundraiser.
The Giant Indoor Yard Sale offers a variety of gently used items for sale to the wider community.
The Sale would not be possible without the good cheer and effort from Club members.
Walking the 49 Mile Scenic Walk #9 along Sloat Blvd in San Francisco.
Viewing "One Woman, One Vote," a documentary about women's suffrage
Vintage and contemporary photos can be summed up as "Hard Won, Not Done."
New member Sylvia was the winner of our suffrage quiz!
Field trip to the Jelly Belly factory, Fairfield, California
Sweet dreams overhead
Massive bins of beans
The sample bar
Flavors for daring tasters
Marcie Miller of the Marin History Museum
Marcie's topic was Louise Boyd, San Rafael native and early 20th century explorer
Members gathered for December's business meeting.
Good spirits shown even while waiting in the buffet line!
Our potlucks of "favorite dishes' are always tasty, especially so at our Holiday Party.
Contestants for the Elegant and Ugly Sweater contest.
Olga drew the
Vicki operated the
In November, Jana Haehl shared vignettes from the Club's 114 year history.
Chiz, Janet, and Lizabeth, members of the knitting group
This year the Knitting Group made tree ornaments out of buttons.
In October Jennifer, Linda, Katharine, and Janis walked a segment of the 49 Mile Scenic Dr.
Linda, Jane, Jan and Dee visited the Museum of the American Indian in Novato.
Joan Vaughan was honored for 14 years service as Club Treasurer in October.
Field trippers trekked through Golden Gate Park along SF's 49 Mile Scenic Drive
Nancy Bell (League of Women Voters) spoke about women's suffrage at our September potluck.