2022 Club Calendar

May 20, 2022, 12 – 1:30 PM, May Breakfast Meeting at the Dearborn House

For our May meeting we will be in-person at the historic Dearborn House, which is also the headquarters of Historic Seattle. Street address: 1117, Minor Avenue (corner of Minor and Seneca in Seattle’s First Hill neighborhood).We look forward to gathering there again.

Our traditional “May Breakfast” (held at the lunch hour) will feature a festive meeting with food, the White Rose Ceremony welcoming new members, and Installation of Officer’s for the 2022-2024 term.

Guest speaker Kji Kelly, the Executive Director of Historic Seattle, will be giving us an overview of their organization, what they’ve been doing to thrive the last two years, and projects they have in the works.

This meeting is only for members and their guests. The Evite will come out in early May. Parking is very limited and on the street, so carpooling or public transit is encouraged!


June 17, 2022, noon to 1:30 p.m.

Join us via Zoom for our June Program Meeting featuring UW Professor, Josephine Ensign, DrPH

University of Washington School of Nursing Associate Associate Professor Josephine Ensign is pictured at Harborview Medical Center on Wednesday, February 15, 2017 in Seattle. (PHOTO by Stephen Brashear)

Speaking on: Catching Homelessness: tracing the links between public health and homelessness through Seattle’s history.

UW professor Josephine Ensign will offer us a glimpse into her extensive research on the historic interconnections between public health and homelessness and a preview of her current book project focusing on potential solutions to these challenging issues in the Greater Seattle area. Come with all of your questions as there will be ample time for Q&A and discussion of these issues.

About the speaker: Josephine Ensign, DrPH, MPH, ARNP, is a professor in the Department of Child, Family, and Population Health Nursing at the University of Washington. Her books include Skid Road: On the Frontier of Health and Homelessness in an American City, Catching Homelessness and, Soul Stories: Voices from the Margins. More about Dr. Ensign at: www.josephineensign.com

Register in advance for this meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMvdu6ppzMsE934I-ZxtjsIOXfbGWqJfUTl

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.


Save these dates and watch for updates soon:

July and August – No regular meetings but we plan to have fun activities during the summer months

September 16 – Friday program meeting

October 21 – Annual “Fall Reception” meeting

November 18 – Friday program meeting

December – No regular meeting but watch for social events and annual charity fund drive info


Watch for evites with details about each meeting and activity. Interested in membership or want to learn more? Visit our membership page or contact our board members with questions: pr@womanscenturyclub.org

2022 Past program highlights:
  • Special Event Art Tour and Tea at the Rainier Club
  • Krystyna U. Wolniakowski, Executive Director of the Columbia River Gorge Commission

  • “Finding Joy and Purpose When Your World is a Zoo,” Sheri Horiszny, COO of Woodland Park Zoo. 

  • “Women of the Irish Rising: A Peoples History,” Michael Hogan, PhD, Emeritus Humanities Chair, The American School Foundation of Guadalajara, Mexico.  


Check our Facebook page for more information about our upcoming events, as well as photos from past events.

All are welcome to attend club gatherings. 

The Woman’s Century Club welcomes new members; dues are $50 per year or $25 if joining after July 1. 

For the application form, please click here Membership