Redwood City Woman's Club clubhouse

Support Our Club—Help Our Community

Your generous gift to the Redwood City Woman’s Club supports our community service work and helps preserve our beautiful clubhouse—a registered historic landmark.


We are following county directives for the use of our clubhouse. You can view the current level for San Mateo County here. Please feel free to contact us if you would like more information.



Close to Downtown Redwood City, with a full kitchen, large auditorium, and garden patios, our beautiful clubhouse is the perfect venue for your special event.

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Speaker presentation at clubhouse

Community Service

We support organizations with a focus on women, families, the environment, and veterans through donations, volunteer service, and the use of our clubhouse.

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Monthly luncheons and other social events give our members a unique opportunity to have fun and network.

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At the Heart of Redwood City

The Redwood City Woman’s Club has been at the heart of the city’s social and civic scene since it was incorporated on September 16, 1909.

A priority for the Club's founding members was building a place to meet. After two years of fundraising, they opened a new clubhouse on October 26, 1911 with a grand celebration.

These members would go on to build a strong community of women and help create the thriving Redwood City area we live in today.

Our clubhouse, now a registered historic landmark, continues to be our home.

Read More About our History

Founding a Community - a history of the Club's early years

Redwood City Woman's Club and Women’s Suffrage - our part in the women's suffrage movement

A History of the El Camino Real Bells, the myth of the "Royal Road," and the Redwood City Woman's Club - the story behind the clubhouse's bell

Our Past Presidents - list of past Club presidents from 1909 to the present

Members and clubhouse in 1912