A not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organization Serving the community since 1925 in Philanthropy, Community Needs, the Arts, Education including programs on Literature and Writing, and Well Being programs for all ages.
The BWC offers many opportunities for you to explore and participate in new and old activities. Scroll down this page for short descriptions and calendar of events for each Committee or Section, or click the blue sections to go directly to their pages. We look forward to seeing you!
Your Invitation to join The Bronxville Women's Club (the best kept secret in town!)
Please download or copy the following membership application and drop off or mail in. Our membership chairperson will contact you. Application for membership
I would like to join the Bronxville Women’s Club. Enclosed is my $25 application fee. (check made out to “The Bronxville Women’s Club”)
Please mail to:The Bronxville Women’s Club -- Membership; 135 Midland Avenue; Bronxville, NY 10708
The Special Events Section offers programs open to the public. Funds raised from these programs are used for the maintenance and running of the Clubhouse. Some of the events for the 2013-14 season:
Sunday, September 29: Woman of the Year Gala. Honoree: Bronxville resident Mildred McLearn
Sunday, December 1: Holiday Boutique
Sunday, December 19: Holiday Brunch
Sunday, March 2: A Late Winter Brunch
Tuesday, April 29: Bronxville-Eastchester-Tuckahoe International Food and Wine Tasting
The Philanthropy Section raises funds for the club's philanthropic endeavors. Funds raised this year will be going to the Maxwell Institute.
Thursday, February 27. Noon. Annual Philanthropic Luncheon and Bridge. Includes Bake Sale and White Elephant Sale.
Club Day is our monthly meetings are followed by programs open to the public. Afternoon Tea completes the afternoon. The programs are open to the public, free of charge.
All the Music Programs at the BWC are open to the public. Midland Music, the professional music series, strives to present unusual music and/or ensembles, not usually heard or seen on the live concert stage. The monthly Coffeehouse in the Loggia Art Gallery presents first-class performers in a casual setting.
Home and Garden arranges trips for performances of ballet, opera; art exhibits; visits to restaurants; house and museum tours.
The Literature Section has book reviews, poetry readings; creative writing; an Annual Book and Author Luncheon.
The Theater Section has our theater in residence, PiPE DREAM Theater with performances of original musicals, cabaret evenings, Gilbert and Sullivan operettas, and Shakespeare on the Patio in August.
The Art Exhibits presents a changing monthly art exhibit in the upstairs Loggia and Tea Room. The Beaux Arts Competition, open to all Westchester residents, is held in April. Art works are for sale and receptions are held to meet the artists.