You Are Invited to Join
The Woman’s Club of Greenwich was founded in 1910 to bring together women to promote civic, philanthropic and educational activities and exert a helpful influence in the community. The Clubhouse is conveniently located and is available for events such as birthdays, graduations, anniversaries, bar/bat mitzvahs, quinceañeras, or other social or business occasions.
Educational and Service Activities
Over the years, The Woman’s Club has contributed to services provided to the community by the Town of Greenwich. Specifically, the Club founded the Community Chest, the Visiting Nurse Service, the Free Lunch Program, Meals on Wheels and Utilized Senior Energy. Today the Club continues to serve the town through its philanthropies and scholarships and its members’ support of Neighbor to Neighbor.
General membership meetings are held monthly from September to June, on the third Thursday of each month, in the early afternoon. A wide variety of interesting and educational programs is presented at these meetings, and members are always welcome to invite friends to join them.
The Woman’s Club offers members many activities in which to participate:
- Duplicate Bridge and Marathon Bridge
- The annual Holiday Boutique and Appraisal Mania, the Club’s two major fund-raisers for philanthropies and scholarships
- Seasonal parties
- Day trips
- Flower-arranging workshops
- Matinee Theater trips to Broadway and other entertainment venues
- Special-interest groups of gardeners, knitters, Scrabble players
The Woman’s Club publishes a monthly Newsletter throughout the year, featuring current and upcoming activities, Club news and the Club calendar. It also publishes its annual Yearbook, containing the Membership Directory and information on the coming year, in September.
Membership is open to all women. Residence in Greenwich is not required.