Scroll through our 2019-2020 calendar

to find future events.

 All "Club Day" meetings are open to the public.

Location code: MTC--Mamaroneck Town Center

LAC--Larchmont Avenue Church

Cancelled due to lack of quorum

March 13, Friday 9:15 am

Executive Board Meeting (MTC)

March 19, Thursday

Book Discussion 10:30 am

One of the 10 best books of 2019, "Educated, A Memoir" by

Tara Westover, this month's non fiction selection at a private home. 

 

Cancelled due to virus

March 20, Friday (LAC)

Club Day, Business Mtg.1:00

Program: "A Visit to Ireland" 1:30

with leading travel agent Diana Munger Hechler who will explore great day trips

from Dublin

March 20, Friday 11:30

Federation Winter Conference

Lunch and Workshop, $40

Details from Anne-Mieke Smeets

Dobbs Ferry Woman's Club

Postponed until crisis is past

March 26, Thursday

Annual Philanthropic Luncheon

Larchmont Yacht Club 

1 Woodbine Ave

with silent auction, jewelry/boutique,

bake shop, raffle, gift baskets.  

Doors open at 11:00,

Luncheon served at 12:30 

Reserve by March 20 with check to Anne-Mieke Smeets. $50

Bring a friend or two! 

Sheelah Mohan, Chairperson 

Postponed till Sept. 13, Sunday

March 29, Sunday, 4:00-6:00

8th Annual Larchmont

Library Spelling Bee

at Larchmont Temple, 75 Larchmont Ave.  Join the WCL team for this fun library fundraiser with Lou Young,

CBS-TV newsman, Master of Ceremonies. Admission to watch is free. Refreshments at 3:30.

Call Teresa Fanelli to compete. 

ALL APRIL EVENTS CANCELLED

DUE TO VIRUS

April 8, Friday 9:15 am

Executive Board Meeting (MTC)

April 16, Thursday

Book Discussion 10:30 am

Open to all at Larchmont Library,

discussion of  this year's 

Community Read: Fiona Davis's

novel "The Masterpiece"

Come to participate or observe.

April 17, Friday 1:00

Club Day,  (LAC)

Annual Meeting/Elections

Program 1:30 Catherine Parker

of County Board of Legislators

will present changes and challenges in our community.

Janet Demasi, public affairs,

chairperson

April 23, Thursday

Art Field Trip

11:45 pm Lunch at Harvest on the Hudson, 1 River St., Hastings

2:00 pm Tour Gallery of Art Building with paintings and watercolors of Jasper Cropsey,  Hudson River School artist.

Lunch & tour $55, send check to Chairperson Mary Ann Mazza,

payable to WCL by April 16

April 24, Thursday 11:30

Federation Spring Conference

"Woman of the Year"

Social and meeting $40

The Woman's Club of

White Plains,

305 Ridgeway. More info from

Anne-Mieke Smeets.

May 8, Friday,

Education Field Trip

Jay Heritage Center at the historic John Jay Estate in Rye,

210 Boston Post Road

details from Margaret Schultz

May 15, Friday, 11:30

New Officers Installation Celebration

and Notebook Passing,

Luncheon, $50 inc. wine

Orienta Beach Club

1025 Clove Rd., Mamaroneck

Janet Demasi, chairperson 

Food pantry collection!

 

May 21, Thursday, 10:30

Book Discussion at a 

"O Pioneers" the first novel of Willa Cather's Great Plains triology.  

Call 834-0792 for location

 

June 5, Friday 10:30

Federation Board of Directors Meeting, light lunch, Scarsdale Women's Club, 37 Drake Rd.,

More info: Anne-Mieke Smeets

 

June 12, Friday, 9:15

Executive Board Meeting (MTC)

Westchester Hills Golf Club

June 12, Friday, 12:00 pm

Past Pres. of Westchester

Women's Clubs

Social and Luncheon,

Westchester Hills Golf Club,

401 Ridgeway, White Plains

 

June 18, Thursday, TBA

Book Discussion Group

Light Lunch

"Island at the Center of the World"

Russell Shorto tells how the first Dutch settlers in Manhattan shaped the U.S.

Call 834-0792 for location.

                                       

 

 

Associate Member General Federation of Women's Clubs and New York Federation of Women's Clubs.

The Club has no religious or political affiliation.