December 2019 Luncheon – Creating a Workable Economy for Utah’s Women & the Environment

Date & Time: Sat, Dec 7 from 11:00am – 1:30pm

Location: Sheraton Salt Lake City Hotel
150 West 500 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84101

December’s luncheon will be dedicated to the possibilities in which Utah can create an economy with considerations for women and the environment. Speakers will be Utah Senator Karen Mayne and Peter Reichard, President of the Utah Foundation. Senator Mayne will be talking about her work with Women in Trades and how the Utah economy impacts women. Peter will be addressing his organization’s work in understanding Utah’s economy on Utah’s environment and quality of life.

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Date & Time: Tuesday, October 15, 2019 @ 6:00 pm

Place: Salt Lake Acting Company
168 West 500 North Salt Lake City, UT 84103

Cost: $20 (Normally $30)

The Salt Lake Acting Company is one of our favorite supporters, and WE LOVE SUPPORTING SLAC! For the first time in the theatre’s 49-year history, the lineup of directors is entirely female! Join us for this unique opportunity to be the first audience to witness this production on Preview Night! Hurry, seats are limited!

Amali is twelve years old, she is wise, and she is fascinated – by A Midsummer Night’s Dream; by her changing body; by the story of the children killed in the woods. With humor, magic, blood, and fire, this play is not your typical coming-of-age story.

Playwright: Charly Evon Simpson
Director: Melissa Crespo

A Special Evening with Justice Christine Durham – “Women’s Work is Never Done!

Date & Time: Saturday, October 12, 2019 @ 5:00 pm

Place: Market Street Grill, Cottonwood – Top Deck
2985 E Cottonwood Parkway
Cottonwood Heights, UT 84121

Cost: $75 (WDC Members)
$100 (Non-Members)

Entrée Selections: Cedar Planked Salmon or Vegetarian Grilled Polenta (Choosen at check-out)

Justice Durham was appointed as a Justice of the Utah Supreme Court 1982 and became Utah’s first female Chief Justice in April 2002. She resigned as Chief Justice in March 2012. She was the Chief Justice of a state to swear into office the first female governor when Olene Walker became Utah’s 15th governor. Her presentation will address traditional discrimination and bias against women, and the importance of passing the Equal Rights Amendment.