Nov 2019

Bridge at The Wimbish House Join us for a friendly game of bridge with AWC members. Those that can will go to a late lunch afterwards.Location: The Wimbish House Start Time: Nov 07, 2019 10:00End Time: Nov 07, 2019 01:00Price: FREE
AWC General 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.com before rsvping or attending. Cost for members by end of day November 7th is $15; afterwards cost for members is $20. Cost for guests is $20. Tina Daniel, GFWC Georgia president, will be our speaker.Location: The Wimbish House Start Time: Nov 11, 2019 00:00End Time: Nov 11, 2019 00:00Price: $15
AWC Club Birthday Celebrated Start Time: Nov 11, 2019 00:00Price: FREE
Pay AWC 2020 Member Dues AWC Dues for 2020 are $75. Please click on the link and you will be directed to the credit card site. This event is being added in October, November, and December. Dues should be paid by the end of December. If you are not a member and wish to become a member, please contact Jo Dee Gonzalez at jodee.gonzalez12@gmail.com for additional information on requirements and initial fees. Start Time: Nov 15, 2019 00:00Price: $75
AWC Volunteers at drawchange Every 3rd Friday of the month from 9:15a-11:00a, the Arts CSP will volunteer with drawchange at a local school specifically started for homeless children. We will assist kindergarten children with their art therapy projects by encouraging them to be creative, being a listening ear, re-iterating the importance of “Please” and “Thank You” and other positive behavior. No art experience required. *We still encourage members to assist drawchange on other needed days/projects at your convenience. There will be a sign up sheet at the General Meeting. Contact arts@atlwc.org for more info. Start Time: Nov 15, 2019 09:15Price: FREE
ESO Book Club Book Club Meeting, Monday, November 18th, 6:30 p.m. at Page Henry's home (1408 Waterford Green Way, Marietta, GA 30068). We are reading Southern Discomfort, a memoir by Tena Clark. Start Time: Nov 20, 2019 06:30Price: FREE
AWC Reads at Pajama Program We will read at the Pajama Program Grant Park space on the third Thursday of each month at noon. Those that are interested in volunteering should complete the Volunteer Application and Background Check then sign up for your chosen dates via the Volunteer Calendar. The address is 475C Bill Kennedy Way SE, Atlanta GA 30316 Contact Gretchen Butler at gretchenebutler@gmail.com for additional information. Start Time: Nov 21, 2019 12:00Price: FREE
AWC Volunteers at Atlanta Home for The Holidays Show House and Marketplace Calling all AWC Clubwomen!! Volunteers are needed for the 2019 Atlanta Home and Lifestyles Magazine: Home For The Holidays Show House and Marketplace benefiting Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. The Woman’s Club will be volunteering on November 22; shifts are 9:15- 1:00 pm and 12:30-4:30 pm. 4825 Woodvale Dr Atlanta GA 30327. Sign up on the Volunteer link at www.Atlantaholidayhome.com. Each volunteer gets a ticket to return to tour the house. And volunteering two shifts or more gets you a year’s subscription to Atlanta Home and Lifestyles Magazine. Thank you, Catherine Smith Home Life CSP Chair Location: 4825 Woodvale Dr Atlanta GA 30327 Start Time: Nov 22, 2019 00:00Price: FREE
Exhibit at Atlanta Artists Center - Reception for AWC Atlanta Woman's Club is sponsoring exhibits at Atlanta Artists Center. The next exhibit is "Reality or Abstraction". The exhibit opens mid-November. On Sunday November 24 there will be a reception for the Atlanta Woman's Club and awards will be given. The reception will be from 4 to 6 pm and is open to the public. 181 pieces of art have been submitted for awards.Location: 2979 Grandview Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30305 Start Time: Nov 24, 2019 04:00Price: FREE

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Just as AWC members of the past brought “Light” and “More Light” to our city, our desire is to continue their legacy so that the Atlanta Woman’s Club remains a torch, a beacon, “a Light on Peachtree” dedicated to local and global humanitarian, philanthropic service.

— Karen M. Thomson, Ph.D. Atlanta Woman’s Club President, 2008-2010
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