Welcome to the LWV-AA

The LWV-Acton Area is a non-partisan, grassroots organization that supports and opposes issues, but not candidates or political parties.  Our charter is to protect voters, educate and engage voters, reform money in politics and defend the environment. 

The League is open to women and men over the age of 16 who want to make democracy work.  The League works at national, state and local levels to influence policy through civic education and advocacy.  


We welcome new members from all our members towns – Acton, Boxborough, Littleton, Maynard and Stow.  Hit the JOIN button for details. Students are invited to join for no charge.

Join some of our popular ongoing groups like 1st Tuesday and our non-fiction Book Group, take part in a focus group, or attend one of our events.  Hear some reasons why others have joined the LWVMA. Contact our Membership Chair with any questions. 

When you join the LWV-AA, you automatically become a member of LWV of Massachusetts and LWV of the United States.  You will receive their regular communications along with ours, including our bi-monthly Bulletin


News and Events

LWV-AA meetings and events will be conducted via Zoom for the foreseeable future. 

LWV-AA Virtual Winter 2021 Panel Series
Mark your calendars! 1/28, 2/25 and 3/10

The League of Women Voters is committed to educating and advocating for a healthy, sustainable and safe future for all. Learn from and interact with experts who will address these issues at our Virtual Winter 2021 Panel Series.

Our Patchwork Public Health System on Thursday, January 28, 7-8:15 pm.
Find out how the system works and the goals for improvement. Speaker Panel:
  • Dr. Tami Gouveia, State Representative 14th Middlesex District
  • Jim Garreffi, CHO, RS, Health Director, Nashoba Associated Boards of Health
  • Kristina Kamani-Assistant Policy Director, MA Public Health Association
Register in advance here for the Public Health System Panel

Plastic: Recycle, Reuse, Refuse on Thursday, February 25, 7-8:15 pm.
Help is on the way to clear up confusions and make decisions about both personal habits and wider actions around plastic. Co-sponsored with Green Acton. Speaker panel:
  • Recycle: Ben Harvey, President of E.L. Harvey Waste and Recycling Service
  • Reuse: Eric Hudson, Founder & CEO of Preserve: everyday household products from 100% recycled plastic.
  • Refuse: Janet S. Domenitz Executive Director, MASSPIRG: Beyond plastic
Register in advance here for the Plastic: Recycle, Reuse, Refuse Panel.

Local Police Panel on Tuesday, March 10, 7-8:15 pm.
Q & A with representatives from town police forces in our local towns. 

Ongoing Events

Non-fiction Book Group: One of our most popular activities, Book Group meets monthly to discuss books on timely issues. All are welcome even if you didn’t get to read the current book yet. More information available under Our Work.

1st Tuesday: A chance for members to dial-in on the first Tuesday of the month at 10 a.m. to dig into whatever topics are hot and members want to discuss. We may not solve the problems of the day but we do get a chance to spout our opinions.

New 2nd Thursday: An evening version of 1st Tuesday at 7 p.m. allows members who aren’t available during the day to participate in the free-flowing discussions that so many members have enjoyed for years in the morning.