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Throughout the year, we hold many events, from community-wide receptions and candidate fund raisers to members-only events and board meetings. We also post events that SBWPC does not sponsor, but may be of interest to our members.

List of Upcoming Events (details see below…)

January 24, 2021: 2021 Annual Membership MeetingSBWPC Events
March 11, 2021: 2021 Annual Virtual Presidents’ Circle Event (Zoom)SBWPC Events

 

Regularly scheduled board / committee meetings, please see here.

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Upcoming Events

2021 Annual Membership Meeting

January 24, 2021 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
SBWPC Events

ANNUAL MEMBER MEETING 2021

Join us virtually on Sunday, January 24, 2021 at 3:oo pm

Join us for our annual member meeting! We will introduce the Board, talk about opportunities to volunteer and get more involved with the organization, and what we will be working on in 2021.

With Guest Speaker State Senator Monique Limón

This is a member only event.  Click here to join or renew

Register Today

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2021 Annual Virtual Presidents’ Circle Event (Zoom)

March 11, 2021 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
SBWPC Events

SBWPC Presidents’ Circle Event

                            20th ANNUAL PRESIDENTS‘ CIRCLE EVENT

presents Holly Mitchell, LA County Supervisor

Thursday, March 11, 2020 • 5:30-7:00 pm on Zoom

“What’s Next? What will be the Feminist Agenda?”

Please join us to celebrate International Women’s Day, Women’s History Month, and feminist politics everywhere!

Where there is injustice Holly speaks up and fights. That’s why in response to the #MeToo movement she became the vice chair of the Joint Legislative Subcommittee on Sexual Harassment Prevention and Response. Mitchell came to politics after running the family advocacy agency Crystal Stairs. With a strong history of backing criminal justice reform, she served as chair of the powerful state Senate budget committee. 

Some of Holly’s proudest accomplishments include the #EqualityandJustice package of criminal justice reform bills, transitional housing placement for foster youth to help prevent youth homelessness, and extended access to mental health care services for our most vulnerable residents.

She’s also known for the CROWN Act, which prohibits discrimination against Black and brown people in workplaces and schools for wearing natural hairstyles. Several states have passed their own versions of it.

Santa Barbara County 3rd District Supervisor Joan Hartmann will follow with a local perspective on “What’s Next”. 

Your ticket comes with a free Gift!

REGISTER NOW

Limited Scholarships available- please email Lisa@sbwpc.org for inquiries.
For more information, email info@SBWPC.org or call  800-977-9348  

 

 

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