LCW members commit to fashioning a stream-lined League at our “Live at 207” evening of fun, food and future-speak.
LCW programs promote discussion, laughter and broadened horizons. Rabbi Amy gives LCW members and guests tips on how to have discuss controversial topics with mutual respect in spite of sometimes deep differences.
History Wall in our downtown center speaks of our 100 years of service to women and families.
On January 11, 28 women were able to enjoy an incredible presentation done by Susan J. Stabile. She combined her experience with the Buddhist traditions and the Christian religion. She explored and explained to a very interested audience the differences and commonality between Buddhism and Christianity. We all had time to ask many questions and were even taught a technique for meditation. LCW hopes that we can connect with Susan again at a later date.
A Cup of Christmas Tea Offered by the League on December 8th.
Christmas Spirit Invades the League on St. Nicholas Night.
We’re celebrating both Advent and Christmas at the League and wishing all of you a wonder-filled holiday season.
“Celebration of Light” was the perfect way to end our centennial year. Entertainment tailored to the event was one of the things that made it special plus the magnificent weather!
The League’s downtown center looked more like a farmer’s market as thousands of fruits and vegetables piled up in preparation for Harvest Sunday weekend when 200 grocery bags of fresh produce were delivered to parishioners at Ascencion Church in North Minneapolis.
The League congratulates Natasha, Shantae, and Rosalind on receiving our Centennial Year “Women Becoming” awards at our Harvest of Hope Luncheon on Wednesday, September 21.
All ages had a blast at the Centennial Family Picnic on August 28th in Wabun Park.
Members spent a “jolly hour on the trolley” and learned a lot about the Minneapolis park system on this nostalgic Centennial Garden Tour. Began in the rain and ended in the sunshine!