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We encourage you to join us for one of our upcoming activities! We offer many member perks for our club members such as the monthly Reader's Circle, Member Coffees, and other special events. Please visit our calendar for a complete glance at all of the things going on at the Club.

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March 9th, 9:00 AM
April 13th, 9:00 AM
May 11th, 9:00 AM


The clubhouse will be open for women small business owners and women led initiatives to network and gain knowledge and support from each other. Email for more info. Please register to reserve your spot.

Register For March 9th

Register For April 13th

Register for May 11th

Upcoming Events
WCW Events

March 3rd
Mingle 6 - 7 PM, Movie @ 7 PM
$10 Donation Per Person Appreciated

Members and their guests are invited to the clubhouse to mingle and watch an Oscar nominated film.


Questions, email Melinda Wold of the Activities Committee.

March 15th, 11:30 AM
Cost: $25

Please join us for lunch and a brief history of the Woman's Club of Wilmette as we celebrate the power of women working together. 
Menu of cheddar broccoli soup, rolls, a fresh market salad of mixed greens, apples, grapes and craisins. Crumbled feta, grilled chicken breast and a tangy cider vinaigrette on the side. Dessert will be an assortment of sweets. Water, La Croix and iced tea are included. White wine will be available for a donation  of $7/glass and $14/bottle.

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Questions, email Melinda Wold of the Activities Committee.

March 16th, 7 PM
Please join us at 7:00 pm, on Thursday March 16th, to discuss This Is Happiness by Niall Williams. 

You'll be well prepared for St. Patrick's Day and Joann will treat you to a slice of her very famous Irish Soda Bread! 

She is so excited about this book. It's a story set in rural Ireland facing modernization with 'the electricity'. It is funny and touching and great storytelling told with beautiful writing. Joann loved listening to this book on audio, but it is a beautiful reading experience too.  The narrator's voice as the old man recounting his youth in Faha, County Clare with his grandmother, Dotie, and grandfather Ganga is wise but not so far removed from the memories of his youth that he doesn't understand their importance in the man and person he became. He brings you to that place and you love living there, even without 'the electricity'.

Come discuss it all on Thursday, March 16th at 7:00 PM.


Reader's Circle is now using an online app to help choose future books to review. Check it out!

BookClubs Online App