Community Service since 1907

The Norwich Women's Club is a social and philanthropic organization open to anyone who has an interest
in Norwich, Vermont. 

The Club supports educational opportunities and promotes
civic and cultural projects for the town and its residents.
 
Trips to museums, holiday parties, author lunches,
the Spring Gala, a biannual clothing consignment sale
(the Nearly New Sale), and much, much more, all
contribute to a vibrant club with more than 290 members!
Pay your Dues or donate to Community Projects or the Scholarship Fund now!
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A few of the many members 
and other friends who came 
to the Holiday Gathering!


The 2015 Spring Gala will be held on Friday,

March 20th at Tracy Hall from 6 pm.

Tickets will shortly be available at 

$40 for a member, $80 for a member couple; 

$45 for a non-member, $85 for a non-member couple.

Guests will enjoy delicious savories and sweets,

wine, beer and soft drinks from a cash bar (first drink complimentary). 

There will be a Silent Auction online pre-event. Then, at the event itself, 

two Auctions, one Silent, the other Live.

These three auctions give you the opportunity 

to bid on the unique to Norwich's most familiar, 

with prizes ranging from trips, to art, to food, to fun and special services.

The evening will culminate in 

the ceremony to honor 

the 2015 Norwich Citizen of the Year 

for Community Service

who will receive the generous Ledyard Grant, $500, 

to be given to the charity of his/her choice.

COFFEE & CONVERSATION
Please join us 
on Monday, February 2nd, 
10 am to 11 am, 
at the Norwich Inn 
You don't have to be 
a member of the Club to attend 
- all women of the Upper Valley are warmly welcome.
It's not essential to RSVP, 
but it would help us ensure there are enough cups! Email PJStanwood@gmail.com
BOOK & AUTHOR LUNCHEON
Monday, February 16th, 
11.30 am - 1.30 pm, 
at the Norwich Inn 
Our annual Book & Author Luncheon this year features author Ellen Stimson from Dorset, VT, talking about her books 
MUD SEASON: How One Woman's Dream of Moving to Vermont, Raising Children, Chickens and Sheep, and Running the Old Country Store Pretty Much Led to One Calamity After Another, 
and GOOD GRIEF: Life in a Tiny Vermont Village.
Doors will open at 11, we will sit down at 11.30, and Ellen will speak with time for questions. After her talk, we will lunch and chat. 
The luncheon, with a choice of entrée and a glass of wine, dessert, coffee, tip and tax, is $27 for members, $32 for non-members. 
To secure your reservation, please send your name(s) 
with telephone number(s) 
and check, 
payable to NWC, 
to Isabel McCarthy, 365 N. Main St, #E3, W. Lebanon, NH 03784.

Want to join the Club and take advantage 
of the member discount?