December 2017 LWV Naperville Events

2017 may be coming to an end, but the League of Women Voters of Naperville isn’t slowing down. Our members are busy picking out their white elephant gifts for the annual holiday party on December 8. (Want an invitation to next year’s party? Then join LWV Naperville!) Two days later, we’re marching in the second annual Community Unity Walk, organized by Moms Building Bridges and […]

Government 101: Getting Educated About Education

We’re excited to present the first event in our “Government 101” series: “Getting Educated About Education.” What are the responsibilities of our elected and appointed education officials? How do local, regional, and state boards of education work together to shape policy? We will pose these questions and more to an esteemed panel of experts, including CUSD 203 Board President Kristin Fitzgerald, IPSD 204 Board Secretary […]

Who’s Afraid of the ERA?

The League of Women Voters of Naperville has teamed with Will County NOW to present a screening of the documentary Equal Means Equal — “an unflinching look at how women are treated in the United States today” — by director Kamala Lopez. After the movie, we will have a Q&A with Michelle Fadeley of Will County NOW and Bonnie Grabenhofer of DuPage County NOW. Join […]

Volunteer Letter Writers Wanted

The League of Women Voters of Naperville works to increase the participation of all citizens in government. We are asking for your help to reach out to the youth of our community to encourage them to vote. We are sending Birthday Boxes to 18-year-olds attending Waubonsie Valley High School and Metea Valley High School. Since the upcoming March primary will be their first election as […]