The Redwood City Clubhouse is closed to all meetings, events, and rentals from March 15 to April 13.

We will be following directives from the San Mateo County Department of Health and the City of Redwood City and may change these dates if required. We will post any updates here. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

On the Calendar


11:30 am to 1:30 pm. Catered lunch $20
March 5 — Speaker: Chris Sturken, HIP Housing
May 7 — Veteran’s Luncheon with Ragazzi Boys Chorus


February 6, 11:30 am. Catered lunch $20. Speaker: Peninsula Family Service
March 18, 7:00 pm. Light refreshments. Speaker: Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.
April 2, 11:30 am. Catered lunch $20. Board Officer elections. Garden activity and plant swap.
June 4, 11:30 am. Catered lunch $20. Board Officer installation.


A social group for sharing information and making new friends. Open to the community.

1st Wednesday of the month at 7:00 pm


For intermediate to advanced players.

Every Thursday at 6:15 pm.
$5, free for members.


Bring a book to share and a snack or drink.
7:00 pm to 9:30 pm
January 22
June 24
September 23

Photograph of the front of the Clubhouse


Close to Downtown Redwood City, historic, and beautiful. With a kitchen, hall with stage, annex, and parlor, it’s the perfect venue for your event.

Rent our Clubhouse >>

Photograph of a speaker from a community group addressing Club members


We support organizations with a focus on women, children, and veterans through donations, volunteer service, and use of our Clubhouse.

Volunteer >>

Photograph of two members arranging flowers for donation to Hopkins Manor


Monthly luncheons and other social events give our members a unique opportunity to have fun and network.

Become a member >>

At the Heart of Redwood City Since 1909

The Redwood City Woman’s Club has been at the heart of the City’s social and civic scene since it was incorporated on September 16, 1909. The first members, who were among the leading citizens of the young town, acquired a property and raised $3,000 to build an elegant clubhouse two years later. These pioneers would go on to build a strong community of women and help to create the thriving area Redwood City and its neighbors are today.