The women of the Scarsdale Woman's Club come from 28 communities and three counties. The Club is run completely by its member volunteers, who are engaged in numerous educational and philanthropic activities. Some of our members meet in the evenings.
From September through May, on most Wednesdays, we sponsor programs that are open to the public at no charge. The programs include varied musical performances from Brazilian jazz to Vivaldi; and speakers on a wide range of topics including antique timepieces, African wildlife, women in art, and pearls and gems. Visit the Public Programs and Events Page to learn more about this year's programs. Please attend and then stay for refreshments after the program.
Members participate in a thrift store and tag sales throughout the year. Money raised is donated to charities which support women and children. Our members volunteer time in some of these organizations, as part of our community outreach program.
For more than fifty years, we have collected and distributed books to prisons, hospitals, Peace Corps locations, the Merchant Marine, and others.
Women who cannot attend daytime events may wish to participate in our Evening Section. It meets once a month. The group has several ongoing philanthropic projects; it also sponsors programs and lectures of interest to the group.
To learn more about additional programs and activities, please refer to the Club Activities Page.