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Upcoming Public Events

Friday, September 28, 11:30 am – 1:00 pm:  Women’s Economic, Physical, & Mental Health Expo on Fountain Square. Reserve a table here.

Monday, October 8, 6-8 pm: “Who Are You to Judge?” Urban League of Cincinnati, 3458 Reading Road, Avondale. Doors open at 5:30 pm. All candidates for Court of Appeals and Common Pleas are invited to respond to such questions as their views on criminal justice reform and impartial justice. Organized by the Cincinnati Bar Association, the Urban League, Woman’s City Club, the League of Women Voters, and the Community Police Partnering Center.  CLICK HERE for flyer

Wednesday, Oct. 17, 7 pm: “Charting the City’s Future: The Pros and Cons of the Proposed Charter Amendments.” First Unitarian Church, 536 Linton Street in Avondale off Reading Rd. Doors open at 6:30 pm for light snacks and socializing. Program begins at 7 pm. Don Mooney, Carolyn Miller, and City Council proponents of three Council terms will present on several proposed amendments .

Committee Meetings

Monday, September 24, 7 pm: Feist Tea Committee meets in the WCC conference room.

Tuesday, September 25, 6 pm: Communications Committee meets at Lydia’s on Ludlow, Clifton.

See Calendar for WCC Committee Meetings


The September 2018 Bulletin is HERE!


Recent Activities

On Sept. 17, Woman’s City Club welcomed a full audience to learn about and participate in a conversation about the pros and cons of  Issue 1, the Neighborhood Safety, Drug Treatment, and Rehabilitation Amendment.  The question addressed was, “Can we improve community health and safety by reducing the prison population?” A full report will appear in the October Bulletin.

Woman’s City Club Forum, see Channel 5 report.   

This news segment on Channel 5 about fall ballot issue 1 included recent interviews with opponents, interviews with issue proponents just before the start of  Woman’s City Club’s forum September 17 on the issue, and clips of panelists’ statements during the program.


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
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