Upcoming 2014 EventsMonthly Meetings, First Tuesdays
Date: First Tuesday of Every Month at 10am
Location: The Local Table in Acton
Details: LWV-AA Calendar
Date: Sunday, March 9 at 1:00pm
Location: Acton Town Hall, Faulkner Room
Details: Civics Bee Flyer
Topic:The Typical and Atypical (Dyslexic and ADHD) Brain and Reading
Speaker: Dr. Nadine Gaab
Date: Wednesday March 12, 2014 at 7:30pm
Location: RJ Grey Junior High Library, Acton Overview: Join us to learn more about the reading brain. Dr. Gaab will share the significant implications of neuroscience research on the reading brain, including current research and interventions related to dyslexia and ADHD.
Details: The Brain and Reading Poster
Date: Tuesday, March 25 at 6:45pm
Location: Willow Books
Details: March Flyer
March Selection: The Girls of Atomic City: The Untold Story of the Women Who Helped Win World War II by Denise Kiernan
Previous Selections: LWV-AA Book List
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2013 Chat and Cheer Photos
2013 LWV-AA Steering Committee
2013 Annual Meeting Photos
2013–2015 LWVMA State Program Planning Guide
2013 Art Exhibit: Nancy Savage Botanicals
2012 Chat and Cheer Photos
Welcome to LWV-AA
The League of Women Voters–Acton Area is a non-partisan, grassroots organization that supports and opposes issues, but not candidates or political parties. We educate citizens about issues by sponsoring candidate debates and public issue forums; conducting in-depth studies; and observing local town meetings, boards, and councils.
The League encourages informed active participation of citizens in local, county, state, and national governments, and registers eligible voters.
We take action on issues based on positions adopted by the League of Women Voters on all levels—national, state, and local.
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