Welcome to the Petaluma Woman’s Club!
Exciting happenings with PWC in 2020!
This year the PWC is bringing to the public a Speaker Series – Conversations with Women Leaders in Our Community. Hear about the achievements and insights from women leaders in our community. All are welcome. The $15 per person fee provides speaker and refreshments.
We had an amazing evening with Maria Stipp, CEO of Lagunitas Brewing Company in the first of our speaker series. Thank you, Maria, for your insights!
We’ll continue with our second conversation with Dr. L. Jane Saldaña-Talley, Vice President and Dr. Catherine Williams, Dean of Instruction and Enrollment Managment – both with Santa Rosa Junior College, Petaluma Campus.
Join us on Tuesday, March 3rd at 5:30 PM.
Our first conversation was a sell-out! So, get your tickets soon!
PWC’s Annual Sips & Bites Affair
Come join us for PWC’s own Taste of Petaluma! Our Annual “Sips & Bites” affair will be held at our historical clubhouse on Sunday, April 5th, 2020! Sip wines and spirits from Sonoma County and taste samples of Sonoma County Cuisine provided by chefs in the area. Socialize with old and make new friends as you enjoy the delicious offerings. There are two sessions to choose from: 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm and 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm. Proceeds go to support the Club Restoration Fund and Mentor Me. See vendors and more info on our Public Events page.
Upcoming PWC Events
March Lunch Event –
St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon
Tuesday, March 10th at 11:00 AM
“What good is sitting alone in your room… Come hear the music play!” Enjoy members and friends for a fun-filled movie evening reminiscing the Hollywood stars. We encourage you to dress up as your favorite Hollywood star. “Life is a Cabaret my friend!“
On the menu:
Reception, Dinner and Program – $25
RSVP by Saturday, March 7th
before 12 noon
March Dinner Event –
Thursday, March 19th at 6:30 PM
Come Celebrate the beginning of the Cherry Blossom Festival (“Sakura”), while enjoying sake, fresh sushi and music. You will gain an appreciation of the etiquette, language and customs of Japan.
Enjoy delicious foods (Japanese food is not just raw fish and rice), contemplate sublime beauty and also participate in a “heart pounding experience”
Reservations limited to 60 members and guests.
Like the Bullet Train, the doors will open precisely at 6:30 PM
You are encouraged to wear loose clothing so you can join in the entertainment.
*Proposed Nominations for the 2020 – 2021 Board of Directors*
On the menu:
Beverages: Sake, Japanese beer, non-alcoholic choices and green tea
Appetizers: Japanese crackers, Momofuku eggs, edamame and assorted vegetables
Dinner: sushi rolls (California, veggie, salmon or tuna rolls), seaweed salad, cucumber salad, teriyaki skewers, miso soup, white rice
Dessert: Mochi or green tea ice cream, organic strawberries
Food prepared by The Sakura Sisters
Japanese foods are known to be fresh, healthy and beautifully presented. If you have any allergies or sensitivities, please indicate them when you RSVP.
Reception, Dinner and Program
$25 or 2,795 yen
RSVP by Saturday, March 14th
before 12 noon
More information about our PWC monthly social events and a sign up for periodic emails on event information are on the Member Events page.
PWC is looking forward to meeting you!
Let us know if we can provide more general information. Please select if this is a rental or a general club inquiry. If you’d like to sign up for our periodic emails on our event information, please use the “Keep me informed…” form at the bottom of the Member Events page.