The Woman's Club of Coconut Grove and Hy-Vong Owner Kathy Manning and Chef Tung presented the famous Hy-Vong Pop Up Restaurant Benefit Dinner Friday March 24th 7:00 pm Musical Entertainment $65 per person - Price includes: Five-station Buffet Dinner with complimentary Wine provided by Uvaggio Wine Bar & Restaurant. To view menu click here. To see photos, click here... Net proceeds of $5,000 benefitted the Woman's Club of Coconut Grove Kitchen Renovation Project!
Join your friends and neighbors at the Woman's Club Bingo. Doors Open 6:30 and Bingo begins at 7:00 pm Admission is $ 5.00 Adults and Children under 12 play for Free $ 1.00 per card with minimum of 5 games Free Refreshments and snacks and cash bar Great and exciting prices! Gift certificates!
Saturday, March 11, 2017, 2 pm - 4 pm
Exhibit, Art Sale
Saturday, March 11, 2017 2-5 pm
YAG Exhibit & Art Sale
Sunday, March 12, 2017, 12 noon-5 pm
YAG is a joint program between The Woman's Club of Coconut Grove and the Miami-Dade County Public School System. This juried art show allows students to be involved in an art gallery setting and win accolades, earn funds for tuition and sell their art, if they wish, to an audience of art patrons. To learn more about YAG how you can support a named YAG scholarship, click here. To see photos of the 2017 Gallery, click here.
The Woman's Club of Coconut Grove invited its neighbors to attend an open house and reception on February 28th to see its historic building, meet neighbors and learn about it kitchen renovation project. Arva Moore Parks gave a historical perspective on the building and the 126-year old Club. An art Exhibit and Sale was also held to benefit the Club's Young Artist Gallery. See photos...
Sandra Riley's solo play, Mariah Brown, was performed on February 25, 2017 for the Woman's Club of Coconut Grove's Annual Founder's Day in celebration of its 126th Anniversary! The play dramatizes the pioneer life of Mariah Brown, the first Bahamian settler in Coconut Grove. Bahamian actor, Lynn Terez Davis-Nixon, played Mariah Brown, under the direction of Rowena Poitier-Sutherland, Director of Culture in the Bahamas. Funds raised from this event support the renovation and repairs of the clubhouse, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This play is based on seeds planted by Mariah Brown, African-Bahamian pioneer to Coconut Grove. What grew from those seeds is a settlement now called Village West and its roots run deep. See more...
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