The Valley Women’s Club of San Lorenzo Valley

What's Happening in the San Lorenzo Valley

Estuary Project Volunteers

CANCELLED! San Lorenzo River Estuary Project • Mar. 21, 2020

With YOUR help the San Lorenzo River Estuary Project will improve the wildlife habitat. We welcome you to join us to increase the growth margins around established native plants, prune back bushes, liberate overgrown natives & mingle with other wonderful volunteers.
General Meeting 2017

VWC’s 42nd Annual General Meeting: March 22, 2020

The community is invited to The Valley Women’s Club’s (VWC) 42nd Annual General Meeting, Sunday, March 22, 11:30-2:30 at the Highland’s Park Senior Citizens Center located at 8500 Highway 9, Ben Lomond. The Annual Meeting is a potluck lunch and social event, featuring delicious food and friendship and an inside look at the VWC’s past and future. 

Recycle into Art! 2020 Awards

Excitement grew as artists and their families and friends arrived at the Reception and Show to announce the winners of
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2019 in Review, Valley Women's Club of SLV

2019 in Review by Sheila DeLany, VWC President

Dear Valley Women’s Club members – and you all are dear to me! Your membership is essential: to the Club,
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Redwood Mountain Faire 2019

RMF Director, Hallie Greene presents checks totaling over $50K to local groups

Leaders of twenty non-profit, school and community groups gathered excitedly at Boulder Creek Recreation District’s Bear Creek Pool to receive
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2019 in Review, Valley Women's Club of SLV

2019 in Review by Sheila DeLany, VWC President

Dear Valley Women’s Club members – and you all are dear to me!

Your membership is essential: to the … Read the rest

2018 in Review

While 2018 has been full of issues, activities and new challenges, the Valley Women’s Club also maintains the traditions that bring us together as a community: the General Meeting, the Redwood Mountain Faire, and the Annual River & Road Clean Up. We are also the voice of the Valley in local issues through our relationships with our elected officials.

Isadora Duncan Workshop w/ Lois Ann Flood • Aug 12, 2018

When does the reconstruction of a piece of choreography become a production in the present? Come find out when master Isadora Duncan historic movement teacher and performer Lois Flood returns to Park Hall in downtown Ben Lomond.

Local Author, Dyane Harwood Delivers an Inspiring Presentation

Local author and Valley Women’s Club member Dyane Harwood gave a successful presentation about postpartum bipolar disorder and bipolar disorder at Park Hall on December 7th.