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JOIN US! WCC initiates community conversations, educates people on local issues, and moves citizens to action consistent with our values.



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Upcoming Public Events

Saturday, January 19, 10 am: WCC Book Club meets at the home of Harriet Kaufman to discuss The Newcomers by Helen Thorpe. RSVP to wccbookclub@womanscityclub.org.

Thursday, January 24, 6:30 pm: “The Talent Pipeline Initiative: Showing CPS Students a Way to Prepare for Success in College, Career, and Life.” First Unitarian Church, 536 Linton St., Avondale. Speakers: Mardia Shands, Executive Director; Sean Kelly, Talent Pipeline; Partners for a Competitive Workforce.

Monday, March 4, 11:30 am – 1 pm: Alzheimer’s Research and Women: Impact Today, Hope for Tomorrow. Meet at the Cintas Center, XU. Complimentary lunch. Free, but please reserve a spot by calling 800-272-3900, or at alzwomen.eventbrite.com.

Wednesday, April 3, 2019. 7 pm: Helen Thorpe, “Searching for Refuge, Friendship, and Hope: Perspectives on Immigration; What Does it Mean to ‘Be American’ Today?” CLICK HERE for more information. CLICK HERE  for flyer.

Committee Meetings

Tuesday, January 29, 6 pm:  Communications Committee meets at Lydia’s on Ludlow, Clifton.


See Calendar for WCC Committee Meetings

The December 2018 – January 2019 Bulletin is HERE!


Recent Activities

Wednesday, November 14, 6:30 pm at the First Unitarian Church on Linton, WCC hosted a forum about the city’s CEDAW efforts. Read Lucy May’s piece about this for WCPO: “Gender Equity in Cincinnati Employment a ‘Mixed Bag,’ New Analysis Shows.”  CLICK HERE to view video of program.

On Sunday, December 2, the Woman’s City Club held its ninth annual Feist-Tea Fundraiser honoring  three of its feistiest members — Cathy Bailey, Dr. Jill Bley and Mike Maloney. Click HERE to view photographs about the event and to read about the honorees in the December-January Bulletin.


Centennial Books can still be purchased:

  • WCC’s history from 1965,  Lighting the Fire, Leading the Way and
  • Stirring the Pot in the Kitchen and the Community for 100 Years,” with recipes from WCC members from World War I, the Fifties, and the present
  • Click here to order.


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