The Westport Woman’s Club, organized in 1907, is a non-profit philanthropic organization dedicated to volunteerism and the raising of funds in support of the charitable, educational, cultural and public health services in Westport and surrounding towns. 501(c)(3)
What better way for future prima ballerinas and their mothers, grandmothers, aunts or fairy godmothers to launch the Holiday Season than with snowflakes, live readings, costumed performers and high teaÂ in a Victorian venue at the Westport Woman’s Club’s â€śNutcracker Tea Partyâ€ť on Sat. Nov. 28 2-4 pm
This simple but elegant Westport Womanâ€™s Club fundraiser will benefit local community grants.
Join us for a wonderful evening of dinner and dancing to the sounds of the Big Band era!
Tables of 8.
Pre-paid reservations ONLY are due Mon. Nov. 30th.
BUY YOUR TICKET for “In the Mood” Dinner/Dance – Saturday December 5, 2015 @ 6:30PM
Special feature: 4 Dance Demos by Ballroom Elegance.
The Garden Room is preparing beautiful fresh wreaths, swags and â€¨boxwood trees for the holidays. To guarantee availability, â€¨please submit your order by November 20, 2015.
Questions? â€¨Please contact Vivian Rosenberg at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-227-4419.Â Please print and fill out Order Form. Â Â Either mail to the WWC c/o Garden Room or drop in Garden box along with your check made out to the Garden Room.
In the Westport Woman’s Clubâ€™s first-ever â€śliveâ€ť Talk Show, “16 Minutes,” award-winning fine art and editorial photographer Stacy Bass wasÂ interviewed by WWC president, Dorothy Curran during the Sept. 8th Club Day luncheon. Focusing on Stacyâ€™s latest book, Gardens at First Light, this ground-breaking interview coveredÂ her Westport roots, family tree and the real dirt on garden photography.
AudienceÂ Q & A followed Â the interview. Books wereÂ available for purchase and signing by the photographer. Continue Reading
As the Woman’s Club has done for many years, in conjunction with The Children’s Connection, we are having our traditional Holiday Toy Drive for children who are neglected, abused and undergoing difficult times. Members are being asked to bring NEW UNWRAPPED gifts, as well as gift cards, cash and checks, at November’s Club Day luncheon and throughout the month of November. There is a drop off box outside the office next to the grandfather clock. Continue Reading
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk on Sunday, October 18th at Sherwood Island State Park. Â As they have done for the past several years, members of the Womanâ€™s Club walked together as a group to raise funds for breast cancer research and to show support for all the women who have experienced â€“ themselves or loved ones â€“ this disease.
Does your local non-profit organization need funds for a planned initiative? If so, and you can submit your application and annual report by Oct. 31, the Westport Womanâ€™s Club may be able to help.
For 108 years, â€śHelp where needed,â€ť has been the goal of the WWCâ€™s entrepreneurial fund-raising, â€śhere and near,â€ť grant-giving, scholarships and public-private partnerships. However, although total cumulative WWC grants since 1907–including cash, goods, services (providing Westport’s first sidewalks and health services; collaborating with the Town/E.T. Bedford to develop pre-municipal services) and even riparian rights (to the Town of Westport, for the 2-acre landfill parking lots on Imperial Ave., in exchange for 100 parking spaces in perpetuity)â€”are in the many millions of dollars, each yearâ€™s local need among non-profits always exceeds the WWCâ€™s annual response capacity. Â Click here: Â Application. Â Â Â Continue Reading
Warm thanks to the “kids of all ages” in the greater Westport community who came out and supported Yankee Doodle Fair 2015, the non-profit Westport Woman’s Club’s signature fundraiser and Westport’s favorite–and last remaining–carnival-style fair! Special thanks to those who came anyway on Sat. June 20, rode the rides and bought Raffle tickets (our “rain insurance”) during the surprise day-long drizzle. Continue Reading
Just another invitation to think about working one, or more, shifts at the Curio Cottage. With so many workers taking vacations, we really need extra workers during this time…and it really is fun! Hope to see many new workers.
Just let Colleen, Jackie Froelich, Lorraine Feliciano or Karen Eickhoff know and we will put your name on the sub list.
At our July Bunco Night, we crowned our “Bunco Queen – 2015”
DIANA ZASLOW! Diana has been a bunco player for several years and this is her 3rd “crowning!” We all bid her a fond farewell as she will be moving but encourage her to continue her bunco playing in her new location.
Janette Duchnickiâ€™s beautiful landscape contribution to the Westport Woman’s Club.