Welcome to the Petaluma Woman’s Club!
Butter and Eggs Day Parade
Themed events - Some educational, some informative, but all just plain fun!
We keep history alive!
Great Gatsby Event
Hawaiian Luau Event
Prepping for our annual Spaghetti Feed fundraiser - Public Welcome!
East Indian Night Event Committee
PWC Scholarship Winners 2018
PWC Luncheon Event
PWC holds Petaluma Chamber of Commerce Mixer
Petaluma Woman’s Club (PWC) is home away from home to a lively membership of community-minded, spirited women who meet regularly for luncheon or dinner events. Being a Petaluma resident is not a requirement!
Our members are a diverse group who
- attend events to socialize and make new friends.
- share a commitment to each other, and the community and culture of Petaluma.
- take pride in the restoration of our historic Clubhouse.
- honored to present three scholarships to local high school girls annually.
- have fun!
Our 2018-2019 Co-Presidents
Katherine Wells and Barbara Crandell
PWC Scholarship Information
It is that time of year again… Each spring the Petaluma Woman’s Club awards a one thousand dollar scholarship to three female graduating seniors – one from Petaluma High School, one from Casa Grande, and one from St. Vincent. Use the link below to download your application.
Rent our Clubhouse – Join our Club!
We are happy to give prospective renters a tour of our historic building.
Or come and attend one of our monthly social events. Visitors may attend two events prior to joining — Just add your name to our event emails in the form below.
Valentine Luncheon Event – Heart’s Delight
Tuesday, February 12th, 2019 at 11:00 AM
Ladies! Please join us to celebrate old and new friendships at our Valentine’s Day Luncheon. And, what could put you in the Valentine mood more than listening to Doug Leonard sing romantic Frank Sinatra hits as we celebrate Valentine’s Day?
RSVP by Saturday, February 9th. Visitors are welcome! Newcomers will be greeted and introduced to others.
February Dinner Event – Damsels in Defense
Thursday, February 21st, 2019 at 6:30 PM
Please join us for the PWC ‘Damsels in Defense’ evening. Our three guest speakers will address many aspects of keeping ourselves safe – including how to avoid common frauds and scams, physical safety, and earthquake and fire preparedness.
Our speakers include:
Donata Mikulik is the Elder Justice Coordinator for Sonoma County with the local non-profit Senior Advocacy Services. Since January 2017 she has worked with community partners to improve systems responding to elder abuse while increasing public awareness and promoting elder justice. Her presentation will include common frauds and scams that increasingly target older adults, including signs to watch out for with our neighbors and loved ones.
Candace Stump has been involved in martial arts since she was 18 years old. At 22, she discovered Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and is a two-time World medalist. This year she traveled to Thailand to teach self-defense to sex-trafficking victims and social workers. She will do a demonstration of various techniques we can use to protect ourselves and give us an opportunity to practice with each other.
Monique Muhlenkamp, long time PWC member, will talk about earthquake and fire preparedness.
Co-chairs: Monique Muhlenkamp and Christine Campbell
RSVP by Saturday, February 16th. Visitors are welcome! Newcomers will be greeted and introduced to others.
Sips & Bites – Public Event
Sunday April 7th, 2019
2 sessions: 2-4 PM and 4-6 PM
Come join us for PWC’s first annual “Sips and Bites” affair!
Sip wines from Sonoma County and taste samples of Sonoma County Cuisine provided by new chefs in the area. Socialize with old and make new friends as you enjoy the goodies.
Tickets are $20 per person for one session. Buy tickets now at PWC Sips and Bites tickets.
Proceeds will be funding the Mentor Me program and the restoration of the Petaluma Woman’s Clubhouse.