Events have been planned for the club year 2020-2021
and will occur either electronically or
in-person when circumstances allow.
Members are expected to attend all business
meetings on the monthly "Club Day."
When Covid time is over, non members are
welcome to come to our various
informative and artistic programs at the Larchmont Avenue Church following the meetings.
All Club Day programs are currently open to guests on Zoom. Members will be sent an invitation automatically; guests may request one from WCL10538@gmail.com
May 7, Friday, 1:00
In-person field trip, to Jay
Heritage Center, Rye, 210
Boston Post Rd. No charge to tour grounds and gardens.
Lunch and transportation on
your own, park next to carriage
house, meet at back porch of main house. Guests welcome. Sign up with Susan Doud or Hannie Corten.
May 14, In-Person 11:30
Annual Installation of Officers
and Notebook Passing in airy
tent at Orienta Beach Club,
1054 Walton Ave., Mama'neck.
Drinks and catch-up mingling
at 11:30. Business meeting at 12:05 for by-laws amend-ment vote, followed by salad topped with salmon or chicken.
Cost: $62.50 includes wine &
soft drinks. Free seating.
Heavy rain will send us
to Club's well-filtered
interior. Reservations to
Janet Demasi chairperson
with check enclosed by May 13.
May 19, Thursday, 1:00-3:00
Annual Philanthropic Event,
in Constitution Park on
Larchmont Ave (next to the
Firehouse). It's Club's annual and only fundraiser "For Love of Community" with silent auction, gift baskets, jewelry boutique. Proceeds distributed
to many of the community's nonprofits. Therese Boyd, Chairperson.
May 20, 10:30
Book Discussion led by
Beverley Nalven and Ann O'Brien. "Amity and Prosperity:
One Family and the
Fracturing of America." Call
Bev (834-0792) for details on Zoom participation.
In-Person Friday, 10:30
Federation Board Meeting
Patio of White Plains Woman's Club, 305 Ridgeway. Details to come from Anne Mieke.
June 11, Friday, 9:15
Executive Board Meeting
by Zoom invitation only.
June 12, Saturday, 11:00 - 1:00
Zsusanna and Carolyn will be collecting food items for Hope Community Services. Their cars will be parked at Larchmont Ave. Church with tailgates open. The charity is especially in need of spaghetti sauce, cereals and rice, among other non-perishable food items. Checks and monetary donations are also welcome. Checks payable to the Woman's Club of Larchmont, Inc.
June 17, Thursday, 10:30
Book discussion by Zoom of "The Nickel Boys" by Colson Whitehead, a novel about two black boys unjustly sentenced
to reform school.
HAPPY SUMMER TO ALL