“Celebrating a Century of Women’s Voices”
Saturday, March 23, 2019
6:00pm – 9:30pm
Abraham Lincoln UU Congregation
Join us as we celebrate 100 years of Women’s Voices, how they inspire us and move us to action today, with an evening of live entertainment, food, drinks, silent and live auctions, and raffles!
We encourage all women to wear WHITE if they so wish!
- 2019 marks the anniversary of the passage of the 19th amendment which gave Women the Right to Vote*.
- March is Women’s History Month
$25.00 per person ($10.00 for children 12 and under**).
The fun begins at 6:00pm with Raffles, Silent, & Live Auctions!
- delicious appetizers,
- fabulous entertainment!
This really fun event is a fundraiser that supports our congregation.
Download the flyer…
Tickets are available in person at ALUUC on Sundays.
Tickets are also available online at Eventbrite.com…
Bring the donation form and your item to ALUUC as soon as you can.
If your item is a service, either bring a certificate, or indicate on the form that a certificate will need to be created.
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
**There will NOT be childcare available, so please use your best judgment if you wish to bring a minor to the event.
We are offer discounted tickets of $10 for children 12 and under, with the understanding that children will not be bidding.
If you plan to drink alcohol, please bring proof of your age (ID, passport, etc.).
Items and Services Up for Auction – Updated Daily!
We will update this daily with new items – expect a full listing the week of the Fantasy Auction!
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*All women were later given the right to vote with subsequent laws that also enfranchised Native Americans (Indian Citizenship Act), Chinese Immigrants (Magnuson Act), African-Americans (Voting Rights Act of 1965), and other groups such as citizens living/working abroad and living in Washington, DC.
There are STILL some groups of Americans who do not have full voting rights, such as those living in US Territories or those who have previously been incarcerated.