Events

Program for 2018-19

General meetings take place at Bells Corners United Church, 3955 Old Richmond Rd from 1 – 3 pm. Our four lunches, November 1, December 4, April 2 and May 7, will start at 12 noon. Except for the Nov 1st lunch which is on a Thursday, all lunches and meetings are on Tuesdays.

Please note, the December 4th Holiday/Christmas luncheon will be at the Mandarin Restaurant  and the May 7th AGM meeting is at the Hylands Golf Club.

September 11, 2018
Registration Meeting – $100 membership fee for the year (cheques accepted).
Mary Wiggin, a professional performance story teller who has performed at the NAC, Festivals, Tea Party in the Byward Market, ceremonies and more, will share her humorous Scottish tales.

October 2
Ann-Marie O’Brien, from the Royal Ottawa Hospital, will discuss Women’s Mental Health.

Thursday, November 1, 12 noon
CFUW Nepean Fall Scholarship Fundraiser Luncheon and Silent Auction.
Wendy Gee, Director of A New Day Youth and Adult Services, will speak about the new residential treatment facility for survivors of human trafficking and sexual exploitation.
Guests welcome.
Donation Form

November 6
Eileen Howell and Dr. Andrew Stirling will speak about Friendship Force, a Travel Exchange Program for Adults.

December 4, 12 noon at the Mandarin Restaurant
CFUW Holiday/Christmas Lunch, special event.
The CFUW Holiday luncheon will be held at the Mandarin Restaurant, 290 West Hunt Club Rd, Ottawa.

January 8, 2019
Ann Stanton-Loucks, Environmental Health Advocate from the City of Ottawa’s Public Health Unit, will speak about Tick Talk, that is Ticks and Lyme Disease. Ann will identify ticks, dispel myths, and discuss how to protect yourself from mosquitoes.

February 5
Author Dorothy Anne Phillips will talk about her book Victor and Evie: British Aristocrats in Wartime Rideau Hall. This is the story of Governor General Victor Cavendish and his wife, Lady Evelyn, Duchess of Devonshire from 1916-1921. They encountered many difficulties including problems of conscription, WW1, the influenza epidemic and the Halifax explosion.

March 5
Resolutions Discussion

April 12, 12 noon
CFUW Nepean Spring Scholarship Luncheon Fundraiser special event. Guests are welcome.
Guest speaker Rebecca Cragg of Camellia Teas of Ottawa will discuss the art of  Japanese Gardens.

May 7, 12 noon 
Annual General Meeting Luncheon
Doctors without Borders will discuss medical conditions in disaster areas around the world.
AGM will be held at Hylands Golf Club, 2101 Alert Rd, Ottawa near the airport.