Since 1891, The Woman’s Club of Coconut Grove has served as a beacon in the community presenting artistically and culturally diverse performing, visual, literary and musical arts. Through the arts, the club provides historical interpretations of early Coconut Grove history.
Contact our Arts & Culture Chair Irene Munroe with suggestions, questions, or interest in sponsoring an event via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Subject line: Arts & Culture
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Speaker Series – The Woman’s Club of Coconut Grove will be offering pre-recorded speaker presentations to our members. These videos are an effort to offer the membership a sense of connectedness with the Club during the pandemic. These videos will be aired at the Club or on Facebook at 1p.m. on the first Thursday of the month.
For more information on the Speakers please click HERE. To read the press release click HERE.
The club also serves as a community cultural resource center. An active archives team completes more than a dozen research projects each year cataloging, restoring and preserving the club’s history. The club’s library contains photographs, club documentations and news clippings that represents the rich history of the club and Coconut Grove.
The team transcribes these historical documents for digital archiving and is engaged in artifact acquisition, photo and video documentation and regularly collaborates with other historical/education organizations such as University of Miami’s Richter Library. The club and its Archives Team is committed to helping future generations understand their heritage.