Tea for Three
Lady Bird, Pat & Betty
Sunday, March 21, 2021, at 4:00 p.m.
Join us for a virtual performance of the Off-Broadway hit starring Emmy Award-winning Elaine Bromka, with a live Q&A with Elaine immediately following the show.
Celebrate Women’s History Month with the League—and a Few First Ladies!
Three former First Ladies will be sharing secrets in this virtual performance of the unforgettably vivid one-woman show.
Weaving in the presidents, social change, and politics of the times, Tea for Three has been critically acclaimed for its blend of humor and passion. The New York Times observed, “Good stories…subtle…even silences are filled with emotion.” The Daily Record, NJ pronounced, “Whether you are a Democrat or a Republican, a liberal or a conservative—and even if you do not like politics—Tea for Three is worth seeing.”
Pay what you can—all proceeds support the League of Women Voters of Washington Education Fund.
First Call for Convention
The Next Hundred Years: Defending Democracy
Virtual Event | June 24-28, 2021
The League of Women Voters of Washington will convene its biennial convention on Thursday, June 24, 2021, which will run through Monday, June 28, 2021. All activities and business will be held virtually.
The business of the convention will set the stage for the 2021-2023 biennium and will include adopting the Program of Work, electing officers and the board of directors, and approving both the budget and the bylaw amendments. A variety of workshops will address key issues and provide tips and ideas from others for League work.
Additional convention details will be forthcoming. The final convention business will be posted by May 14, 2021 (per bylaw requirement).
Plan now to attend—each local League may send its president and delegates, as determined by the final membership count with the LWVUS as of January 31, 2021. Anyone may attend as an observer. This is a great place for new and long-term members to learn more about the League, meet members from across the state, and be inspired about our next hundred years.
Join us at the LWVWA Convention: The Next Hundred Years: Defending Democracy.
LWVWA Convention Dates
Tuesday, April 20—LWVWA Board approves Recommended Program and Not Recommended Program.
Friday, May 14
Enroll in one of our free power-packed training sessions and learn how to find your voice and give effective, personal testimony to our 2021 Washington State Redistricting Commissioners. Add your voice to our campaign to make sure that our state has voting districts that protect our representative democracy.
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