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Want to know more about what's happening in our State Legislature? Come to the Legislative Academy. Different guest speaker each week.Sponsored by Olympia SURJ: Showing Up for Racial Justice. Download this PDF to view the schedule of speakers.

Join the Women's March in Olympia on Saturday, January 21, 2017 at 10 am! Download this PDF to learn more!


League members work on a variety of issues over each program year, in addition to our voter registration and elections-related work. Our Program Year runs from September through May; our fiscal year begins on July 1st. At our August 2016 retreat, the Board decided to focus on election related work this fall.

After the holidays, League will begin a series of Public meetings focused on The Port of Olympia, Poverty and Injustice, Mental Health, and Thurston County Growth. We’re exploring developing an “Observer Corps” of League members who might attend various governmental meetings as observers. We envision observing Port of Olympia and Lacey, Olympia and Tumwater City Council meetings as members volunteer to be Observers.

The League always welcomes people who are interested in community issues and are willing to work on understanding and then taking action on them. We have a great history of impacting positive change through our advocacy efforts and our work on voter registration and voter rights. Come and join us!


  • Upcoming events

    Saturday, January 21, 2017 at 10:00 AM
    WA State Capitol Grounds in Olympia, WA

    Olympia Women’s March

    The march is on January 21st. The meeting place is at the Tivoli Fountain at the WA State Capitol Grounds (416 Sid Snyder Ave SW, Olympia, WA 98504) The Tivoli Fountain is close to Capitol Way S.

    The rally will start at 10:00 am with several speakers and then by 10:30, we will start our march. In order to avoid missing some of this event, you may want to arrive by 9:30.

    Visit the Olympia Women's March website for more details!

    Saturday, February 18, 2017 at 01:00 PM
    Lord Mansion Coach House in Olympia, WA

    Susan B. Anthony's Birthday Party

    susan-b-anthony.jpgIn 1871 Susan B. Anthony appeared before the Washington Territorial Legislature advocating for women's suffrage. Her efforts bore fruit in Washington in 1910 and nationally in 1920.

    • Join us for a program in the Lord Mansion Coach House with music collector Kevin Lynch speaking on the history of early popular songs inspired by the fight for women's rights, with a display of lavishly illustrated sheet music.
    • Then travel to the Bigelow House Museum for a special tour of this elegant pioneer home. Event includes a sing-a-long of early suffrage songs performed on the historic square grand piano in the parlor and refreshments featuring Miss Anthony's favorite cake.

    Cost is $5 for the Bigelow House Museum.

    Presented by the Women's History Consortium and the Bigelow House Museum/Olympic Historical Society.

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