Welcome to AAUW-Appleton!

Since 1913, our branch has been serving members in Appleton and the Greater Fox Cities via the AAUW Mission of advancing gender equity for women and girls through research, education, and advocacy.

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AAUW Tech Savvy-Fox Cities
March 9, 2019 – UW Fox Valley
Registration is now open!
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AAUW Appleton presents Dr. Julie Mead

Appleton Public Library on Wednesday, February 27th, 2019, 7:00 pm.
Topic: How School Privatization Opens the Door for Discrimination
This event is open to the public.
Co-sponsors: Fox Cities Advocates for Public Education,
League of Women Voters of Appleton,
League of Women Voters of Winnebago County

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AAUW Tech Savvy-Fox Cities
9, 2019 -UW Fox Valley
Registration opens February 11th.

Our Keynote speaker is Elizabeth Braatz, a 2013 graduate from Appleton North High School. She is a lepidopterist for a major butterfly house in Florida.  She will share her STEM journey and the joys and challenges of her career.

Check our Tech Savvy page for complete info!


October 18th to October 21st, TH & F 9 am to 8 pm,
Sat 9 am to 5 pm,
Sun 11 am to 5 pm – Books $1

October 25th to October 28th,
TH & F 9 am to 8 pm Half price days
Sat 9 am to 5 pm $5 for a bagful!
Sun 10 am to noon – FREE!

EVENT REMINDER – FIX THE SYSTEM: Reforms needed to align the political system with the public interest.

Appleton Public Library
225 N Oneida St, Appleton, Wisconsin
Tuesday, October 2, 2018
6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Open to the Public





Sara Eskrich, Director of Political Innovation for Katherine Gehl, brings an entirely new analytical lens to understanding the performance of our political system. Her presentation is based on the 2017 Harvard Business School Report entitled “Why Competition in the Politics Industry Is Failing America: A Strategy for Reinvigorating Our Democracy” by Katherine Gehl and Michael E. Porter. What would be required to change the political outcomes we are experiencing? What would it take to better align the political system with the public interest and make progress on the nation’s problems? The reforms she proposes constitute a cohesive strategy that will alter the incentives that drive behavior in the political system.

A question and answer period will follow the presentation.
Sponsored by AAUW-Appleton Branch, American Civil Liberties Union-Fox Cities, League of Women Voters of Appleton, League of Women Voters of Winnebago County

“Fix the System” A strategy for reinvigorating our democracy
A presentation by Katherine Gehl, business leader & political innovation activist

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Book Sale News

The Appleton Branch of AAUW is holding its 82nd annual used book sale, “Making Memories with Books”, Oct. 18-21 & Oct. 25-28, 2018 inside the Northland Mall, 900 W. Northland Ave, Appleton, WI  54914.

Thurs., Oct. 18th – 9 am-8 pm (Most books $1)
Fri., Oct. 19th – 9 am-8 pm (Most books $1)
Sat., Oct. 20th – 9 am-5 pm (Most books $1)
Sun., Oct. 21st – 11 am-5 pm (Most books $1)

Thurs., Oct. 25th – 9 am-8 pm (1/2 Price Day)
Fri., Oct. 26th – 9 am-8 pm (1/2 Price Day)
Sat., Oct. 27th – 9 am-5 pm ($5/Bag)
Sun., Oct. 28th – 10 am-noon (Remaining Books Free)

We’re accepting contributions of books from the community. This includes hardback & paperback books, children’s books, books on CD, sheet music, CDs, DVDs, puzzles, & games. (Please, no magazines, textbooks, or condensed books.)  Profits provide scholarships for women. For book pick-up & drop-off, please call: (920)427-6655; (920)734-6750; (920)843-8888; or (920)739-6469.

New Member Coffee – 1:00 pm September 12th, 2018

The membership committee would like to remind everyone of the upcoming coffee on Wednesday, September 12, 1-2 pm at Nancy Havens’ home. This coffee is for brand new members, members who have only been in AAUW for 5 years or less, and especially for any members who haven’t been very active recently and would like to get reacquainted with AAUW. It’s an opportunity to meet other AAUW members before our first branch meeting. This will be a very casual get together and a chance to mix and mingle. You will also get a chance to meet our new President, Becky O’Connor , and ask her any questions you may have.

Please come and let’s have a great turnout! Looking forward to seeing you there.

Connie Wunderlich VP Membership
Nancy Havens Asst. VP Membership Call Nancy at 991-9606 for address and directions.