Events

Here is a listing of upcoming CFUW-Ottawa, CFUW Ontario Council, CFUW National and IFUW Events along with select other events.          

Upcoming events

    • 07 Oct 2019
    • 7:30 PM
    • Riverside United/Church of the Resurrection Anglican, 3191 Riverside Drive

    Speakers Series and General Meeting at 7:30 on October 7, 2019.


    SPEAKER SERIES LAUNCHES OCTOBER 7 WITH HOTTEST TOPIC OF THE TIME

    Global warming is real and whether you think it is a natural phenomenon, or created by human activity, or both, there is no denying that humans are the ones who must attempt to mitigate its effects.

    On Monday evening, the 7th of October, GERALD OAKHAM, a Distinguished Research Professor in science from Carleton University and PETER BLACK, a retired environmental policy advisor to the federal government,will outline what we know about the problem, mitigation techniques and what governments and individuals can do.  This is an important topic and members are encouraged to invite their friends.

    Topic:  Global Warming and What to Do About It.







    • 01 Dec 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • RA Centre
    • 128
    Register

    CFUW-OTTAWA HOLIDAY PARTY 2019

    Clark Room, RA Centre, 2451 Riverside Dr., Ottawa

    Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019, Noon to 3 p.m. 

    Main fundraiser for our Scholarship Trust Fund 

    Elegant Hot and Cold Buffet – Family and Friends Welcome

    Bake Sale ● Grab Bags ● Raffle  Door Prizes ● Silent Auction

    Jewelry Sale ● Entertainment 

    Buy tickets $50. (including taxes and service charge) by November 25th

    By contacting Alice Bolt at 613-731-5221 or at ianbolt@sympatico.ca
    • At the October and November General Meetings
    • By registering online at www.cfuw-ottawa.org/events 

    All cheques are to be made payable to CFUW-Ottawa and sent to Alice Bolt at 1531 Caton St. Ottawa K1H 6J3

    Please contact Elaine McKnight at elainecmcknight@gmail.com if you'd like to reserve a table for 8.

    Please contact Mary Broderick at 613-421-1445 or Elaine McKnight at elainecmcknight@gmail.com if you can donate prizes or items to be used for the fundraising (i.e. grab bags, raffle and silent auction ). The items must be new. The more donations we receive, the more money we’ll be able to raise for our scholarships. If your Study and Interest Group would like to make a donation, please contact us.

    Volunteers are needed for this event to be successful. Please contact Norma Pike at normapike@rogers.com if you'd like to volunteer.

    Thanks to the trustees of our STF, the board members and committee chairs for their generous donation of 2 raffle baskets.


     




                           

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