Events

Sep 2018

Peachtree Women's Writers Alliance The meetings going forward will be on the first Wednesday of the month at 7 pm. Please join us as we encourage and mentor women who have a desire to write. Everyone is welcome. Occasionally the date and location may change. Please contact: peachtreewomenwriters@gmail.com to confirm this date and for more info as well as to RSVP. Location: The Wimbish House Start Time: Sep 05, 2018 07:00Price: FREE
Bridge at The Wimbish House Join us for a casual game of bridge. Come to play or to learn more about bridge. One of the members usually brings a snack and afterwards those than can go to lunch nearby. Contact events@atlwc.org for more info and to RSVP.Location: The Wimbish House Start Time: Sep 06, 2018 10:00End Time: Sep 06, 2018 01:00Price: FREE
AWC September Meeting Monthly Meeting – 11:15 a.m. at The Wimbish House, 1150 Peachtree Street, Atl., GA. 30309 - Most attending arrive around 11 am to check-in and visit before the meeting begins. NOTE: Nonmembers must contact jodee.gonzalez12@gmail.combefore rsvping or attending. Cost for members by September 6th is $15; afterwards cost for members is $20. Cost for guests is $20. (Cost changed to $20 on Sept 7) The September meeting is sponsored by our Home Life CSP.Location: The Wimbish House Start Time: Sep 10, 2018 11:00End Time: Sep 10, 2018 01:00Visit Event's websitePrice: $20Please contact Location Site will be added for online registration for RSVP.
AWC Volunteers at drawchange We will be assisting the children at a local shelter in SW Atlanta with their art therapy projects. Contact arts@atlwc.org for more info. (This is a monthly event - 3 volunteers are needed each month) Normal Date is the 3rd Monday of the month. Start Time: Sep 17, 2018 03:00End Time: Sep 17, 2018 04:00Price: FREE
ESO Book Club We are reading Hannah Pittard's Visible Empire. The meeting will be held at 262 Brighton Road NE Please RSVP by September 14th. Contact Melodie Rogers for more informaiton. Start Time: Sep 17, 2018 06:30End Time: Sep 17, 2018 09:30Price: FREE
AWC's Seeded Event for Atlanta Music Project An Afternoon Tea in support of Atlanta Music Project. The Atlanta Music Project empowers underserved Atlanta youth to realize their possibilities through music. The Atlanta Music Project provides for each of its students: an instrument, classes, world-class Teaching Artists and numerous performance opportunities. Please join us for the "Songs of Celebration," an afternoon tea event supporting Atlanta Music Project on Sunday, September 23, 2018 from 2:00 until 4:00 in the afternoon. live music • hors d’oeuvres • silent auction • and more hosted by The Atlanta Woman’s Club Tickets are $75 on the event site Location: The Wimbish House Start Time: Sep 23, 2018 02:00End Time: Sep 23, 2018 04:00Visit Event's websitePrice: $75
Streets Alive -- Wimbish House Activity Atlanta Streets Alive - Central We will open up the Wimbish House for tours and provide refreshments on the porch. Contact Jo Dee Gonzalez to volunteer. The streets of Atlanta will spring to life on Sunday, September 30th as a 3.1-mile stretch of street from Downtown to Midtown is opened to people on foot and bike, and closed to motorized traffic (except for intersections where cars will be free to cross.) The time is from 2 pm to 6 pm. Organized by the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition, this is our last Atlanta Streets Alive (ASA) of the year, so don't miss out! Celebrating Atlanta’s signature Peachtree Street, from Downtown, the heart of the city, to Midtown, which was selected as one of the top five neighborhoods in the country by the American Planning Association. Grab your friends and family and get ready to activate the streets with human-powered amusement! Location: Wimbish House - 1150 Peachtree St. NE Start Time: Sep 30, 2018 00:00End Time: Sep 30, 2018 00:00Visit Event's websitePrice: FREE

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In late 1895, “With some fear and considerable misgiving, a group of progressive Atlanta women met at Rebecca Douglas Lowe’s Peachtree Street home near North Avenue to discuss the advisability of forming an organization to be known as the Atlanta Woman’s Club. The object of the Club is three-fold, social, literary and humanitarian. — Rebecca Douglas Lowe, Founder of the Atlanta Woman’s Club, 1895

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