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Following federal, state and local directives, Woman’s City Club has postponed its annual National Speaker Forum originally scheduled for March 30 and featuring Denise Kiernan. Woman’s City Club successfully negotiated a new date with Memorial Hall and Ms. Kiernan; the forum will take place September 16, 2020, same time, same place.

For those who have already purchased tickets to see Ms. Kiernan; thank you.  Your tickets for March 30 will work for the new date; you need do nothing to  change your tickets to the new date.

Feel free to contact Memorial Hall for questions and concerns by leaving a message for the box office at (513) 977-8838, and they will return your call as soon as they can. Cosponsors can contact Woman’s City Club by email (wcc@womanscityclub.org) or phone (513) 751-0100.

Thank you for your continued support of Woman’s City Club and for your understanding during this difficult time.

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WCC’s Response to COVID-19 Directives
Currently, the WCC office will remain open during the period of containment/preventive closures. Office hours may vary. Please call (513-751-0100) before coming in.
The WCC conference room is available for use by WCC committees and small groups — but we encourage everyone to use email, Zoom, conference calls, or other tools to work remotely as much as possible.
  • Any member or guest who has any symptoms of illness should NOT come into the office or use the conference room.
  • Any member or guest who does not have any symptoms and is considered high- or medium risk under the CDC risk assessment because of direct contact with someone positively-identified as having COVID-19 is asked NOT to come to the WCC office or conference room.
  • Please observe good sanitation and social distancing practices while in the WCC space.









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In accordance with the state health department order, the WCC office is CLOSED. This includes ALL in-person meetings, volunteers, book clubs, committees, etc. 

Please contact us via email (wcc@womanscityclub.org). Thank you.

Upcoming Public and Member Events

Saturday, March 21, 10 am: Book club POSTPONED.

Friday, April 10: Submission deadline for the Seasongood Education Award. CLICK HERE for information and application.

June 28, 2020: Dedication of Spencer statue.

Friday, September 11: Women’s Health Expo on Fountain Square.

Wednesday, September 16, 2020, 7 pm: National Speaker Program at Memorial Hall.


Committee Meetings

April 2, 4 pm: Finance committee meets.

April 22, 6 pm: Executive committee meets.

See Calendar for more WCC Committee Meetings


The February 2020 Bulletin is HERE!


Recent and Forthcoming Activities

  • If you missed WCC’s program, “Perspectives on Bail: How Does it Work? Is Reform Needed?” with Dr. Ebony Ruhland, Julie Wilson, William R. Gallagher, and Stephen JohnsonGrove, you can watch it on the Facebook page of Together We Will Cincinnati/Southwest Ohio here.
  • Woman’s City Club  Endorses Issue 7, SORTA’s levy to improve public transportation in Hamilton County and Cincinnati

Woman’s City Club of Greater Cincinnati endorses Issue 7, a Sales and Use Tax of 0.8% for 25 years to improve public transportation in our city and county .

We encourage your vote to fund and improve the Queen City Metro bus system, Access Paratransit for people whose disabilities prevent them from using regular Metro buses, a Transportation Empowerment Fund to provide free or discounted bus passes or other ride options to eligible, low-income residents, and street and bridge repairs for transportation in Hamilton County.

  • WCC Supports Tax Abatement Reform
    The Woman’s City Club of Greater Cincinnati has held a series of public discussions on the topic of neighborhood development and housing, and has heard clearly from our members and community partners that the City’s tax abatement strategy needs to be changed.   READ MORE


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.Centennial
  • Donate to the Marian A. Spencer Statue Fund.