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.  

Amherst WomAn’s Club Celebrates A momentous occasion

On May 18th, 2018, the Amherst Woman's Club celebrated an important milestone.    Showcasing the completed renovations of our beautiful home's interior, we celebrated our 125th year in grand style at an open house, attended by nearly 200 people.  It was a glorious day weather wise, and the beauty of the house was on full display.  Thanks to Amherst Media, we have a lovely video below, which will transport you to the occasion and leave you feeling as if you were there.   Click on the center button below.

Upcoming Events

October 8th, 1:30 p.m. Doug Amy, Professor of Politics, Emeritus, Mount Holyoke College, “Second-Rate Democracy: Seventeen Ways America is Less Democratic than most other Major Western Countries.”

October 19th , 7:00 p.m. Local music legend, Roger Salloom will present an evening of his Americana music with refreshments to follow. This event is a Woman’s Club Fundraiser. Ticket price is $20 in advance or at the door. For more information on ticket purchase, call Nancy Gregg at 549-1199 or email to

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