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Woman’s Century Club
P.O. Box 2506
Yakima, WA 98907
509-453-3921


The Woman’s Century Club has several fundraising events in the house each year. These are hosted by the General Club, as well as the different departments within the club and are the source of income used to maintain the house. Additional information regarding date, time and cost of these events will be posted on the website sidebar closer to the date of the event.

MARCH:
Bridge and Games hosts a luncheon and games afternoon with lots of door prizes. There are several bridge tables you can reserve for your party. A number of Bunko tables are also reserved for this event each year. Other table games are welcome to participate, such as “Spinner”, “Pinochle” etc. Reservations are required.

JUNE:
The Garden and Healthy Selections departments hold a large plant, book, and yard sale, the first weekend of June. There are a variety of plants of all kinds grown by the club members along with several decorative “yard art” items. Donated books, movies, etc. are on the wraparound porch and all kinds of clothing, household items, furniture, etc. are assembled and displayed on the lawn in front of the house.

JUNE/JULY/AUGUST:
Various fun activities such as BINGO, BUNKO, MOVIES, ICE CREAM SOCIALS, are hosted during the summer months by the Healthy Selections department. Anyone is welcome to attend and bring friends to any of these events for a fun afternoon. No reservations required.

AUGUST:
Art in the House: A mixed media event showcasing local artists, with items for sale to benefit the Preservation of the Donald House.

SEPTEMBER:
Boot Scoot’n’ BBQ & Western Wear Fashion Show: Traeger appetizers and Steaks cooked to order, Catering Creations by Toni, Tanjuli Wine and Craft Beer, Live County Music with Buckin’ A, and Dessert Dash and Auction.

OCTOBER:
The General Club hosts a Fine Arts Festival showcasing local youth talent. This festival encourages classically trained musicianship and theatrical performance in three age categories: ages 10-12, ages 13-15, ages 16-20. The Festival ends with a competition between finalists. The competition winners are invited to the Bravo Concert at the Seasons Performance Hall. There, they compete for Scholarships to Fine Arts Camps and other fine prizes.

NOVEMBER:
The Antiques Etc. department holds a large auction/luncheon just before Thanksgiving each year. Items are donated by club members and friends, giving us a large variety to choose from. There is both a live auction and tables full of silent auction items. This has always been a popular fall event. No reservations required.

DECEMBER:
The last fundraiser of the year is a “Holiday High Tea” hosted by the General Club. Everything is very festive for this tea with the house all decorated for Christmas. Again, guests are treated to savory sandwiches, scones with lemon curd, Devonshire cream, jam and a delectable assortment of homemade pastries and desserts. Also, a lucky guest at each table goes home with the table centerpiece. Reservations are required.

The Woman’s Century Club has several fundraising events in the house each year. These are hosted by the General Club, as well as the different departments within the club and are the source of income used to maintain the house. Additional information regarding date, time and cost of these events will be posted on the website sidebar closer to the date of the event.

MARCH:
Bridge and Games hosts a luncheon and games afternoon with lots of door prizes. There are several bridge tables you can reserve for your party. A number of Bunko tables are also reserved for this event each year. Other table games are welcome to participate, such as “Spinner”, “Pinochle” etc. Reservations are required.

JUNE:
The Garden and Healthy Selections departments hold a large plant, book, and yard sale, the first weekend of June. There are a variety of plants of all kinds grown by the club members along with several decorative “yard art” items. Donated books, movies, etc. are on the wraparound porch and all kinds of clothing, household items, furniture, etc. are assembled and displayed on the lawn in front of the house.

JUNE/JULY/AUGUST:
Various fun activities such as BINGO, BUNKO, MOVIES, ICE CREAM SOCIALS, are hosted during the summer months by the Healthy Selections department. Anyone is welcome to attend and bring friends to any of these events for a fun afternoon. No reservations required.

AUGUST:
Art in the House: A mixed media event showcasing local artists, with items for sale to benefit the Preservation of the Donald House.

SEPTEMBER:
Boot Scoot’n’ BBQ & Western Wear Fashion Show: Traeger appetizers and Steaks cooked to order, Catering Creations by Toni, Tanjuli Wine and Craft Beer, Live County Music with Buckin’ A, and Dessert Dash and Auction.

OCTOBER:
The General Club hosts a Fine Arts Festival showcasing local youth talent. This festival encourages classically trained musicianship and theatrical performance in three age categories: ages 10-12, ages 13-15, ages 16-20. The Festival ends with a competition between finalists. The competition winners are invited to the Bravo Concert at the Seasons Performance Hall. There, they compete for Scholarships to Fine Arts Camps and other fine prizes.

NOVEMBER:
The Antiques Etc. department holds a large auction/luncheon just before Thanksgiving each year. Items are donated by club members and friends, giving us a large variety to choose from. There is both a live auction and tables full of silent auction items. This has always been a popular fall event. No reservations required.

DECEMBER:
The last fundraiser of the year is a “Holiday High Tea” hosted by the General Club. Everything is very festive for this tea with the house all decorated for Christmas. Again, guests are treated to savory sandwiches, scones with lemon curd, Devonshire cream, jam and a delectable assortment of homemade pastries and desserts. Also, a lucky guest at each table goes home with the table centerpiece. Reservations are required.

Woman’s Century Club
P.O. Box 2506
Yakima, WA 98907
509-453-3921