Kirkland Woman's Club

Celebrating 100 Years

Monthly Meetings 

Last Wednesday of the month 4-6pm Sept-June  407 1st Street, Kirkland, WA 98033

You are cordially invited to visit one of our meetings, coffee socials or other events to meet other friendly women and find out more about our club and ways to get involved

Walk-in's are always welcome! 

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We are a non-profit charitable organization bringing together women from Kirkland and surrounding areas to provide intellectual growth and social communication among its members, uniting the members for charitable, community, cultural, educational, and environmental purposes.  


The Kirkland Woman's Club is located across from Kirkland City Hall in their original historic building. In its early days the building also housed the original Kirkland Library and a Baby Wellness Clinic. It is listed on the State of Washington Historical Register and the National Registry of Historic Places, as well as the King County Historic Preservation Program.

In addition to providing a gracious setting for our various Club activities, the facility is available to rent for such functions as wedding receptions, memorial services, or recurring business meetings. It accommodates up to 89 guests, and features a concert-sized Steinway grand piano, perfect for music recitals or receptions.

General Federation of Women's Clubs

The Kirkland Woman's Club (KWC) is part of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs (GFWC), an international organization, one of the world’s largest and oldest women’s volunteer service organizations, has a long history of philanthropy, social and political advocacy, and leadership. 

Founded in April 1890, GFWC created and sustained a wide variety of programs and projects in the arts, conservation, education, home life, international affairs, and public affairs.  GFWC accomplishments include establishing over 75% of America’s public libraries; providing support to veterans of war in the United States and abroad; and, was one of five women’s organizations chosen to participate in the ratification of the United Nations Charter. 

Over the past 130 years, GFWC political and social campaigns resulted in the passage of several laws, and to this day, GFWC continues to address social and political issues affecting women and families through programs that combat violence against women and promote human rights and peace throughout the world.