The Amherst Woman's Club

The Club was founded in 1893 to "provide common ground for women to share in cultural and philanthropic activities and to foster the interests of its members in literary, scientific, musical, historical, and other topics of vital importance; to promote culture and cordial personal relations among women; and to contribute to the welfare of the community." The Club of today remains true to these important goals by providing educational programs on a wide variety of subjects. We also provide musical programs, social events and fundraisers to meet our commitment of support to community service agencies in our local communities and to provide scholarships to two Amherst Pelham Regional High School seniors.

The Amherst Woman’s Club meets every other Monday through most of the year.   Membership is open to women throughout the Pioneer Valley.    All club meetings are held at the Hills Memorial Club House, 35 Triangle Street, Amherst and are free and open to the public.  

Upcoming Events

TODAY’S MEETING OF THE CLUB HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER. Be safe and we will see you at our next meeting on March 4th.

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 3:00 p.m. Refreshments will follow the concert.

Piano and voice concert with local artists, Estela Olevsky, piano and William Hite, tenor. Tickets at the door, $20. Proceed from the concert will support local community service agencies and scholarships to Amherst Regional High School Seniors.


We will have vendors from all areas of wedding planning, and information about holding your very special event in our beautiful victorian mansion. Free and open to all. Watch for more information as details progress.

For a complete list of the year’s programs, see our Events page.