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SCWC provides frequent and useful programming to ensure that our members stay informed about California water issues, and involved in the statewide dialogue.

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Once per quarter, the SCWC Board of Trustees, membership and the general public gather to network, discuss California’s critical water issues, and hear presentations from some of our state’s most influential water leaders. Our Quarterly Meetings are perfect opportunities for members and the general public to meet with one another and stay proactive in the effort to ensure a healthy water future for California.


The final quarterly meeting of each year, the SCWC Annual Meeting and Dinner, is our flagship event, featuring a diverse array of experts, thought and opinion leaders and SCWC members who come together to share information and ideas, and map out the coming year in California water.


To reserve your seat at the next SCWC Quarterly Meeting, or to find out more about SCWC events and programming send us an email or check out our online calendar.

SCWC's 31st Annual Dinner

Join us at SCWC's 31st Annual Dinner to be held on Thursday, October 29, 2015.

Don't miss this valuable opportunity to network with the region's most respected leaders on water.


Sheraton Universal Hotel

333 Universal Hollywood Drive, Universal City, CA 91608

5:30pm: Cocktail Reception
7:00pm: Dinner Program

$200: SCWC Members   |   $225: Non-Members   |   $2,000: Table (seats 10 guests)
*No cancellations or refunds after October 17, 2015

Click here to download the event flyer. 

Register for the event here. 


Please contact Cindy Northcote-Smith at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or (818) 760-2121 for more information.


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