Duluth Womans Club
Week of May 29 – June 2, 2023
Happy Memorial Day!
A friendly reminder that annual dues
of $350 that were due by May 1
are still being accepted.
You may drop off your checks
at the Club
mail them to Jeri at
2400 East Superior Street
Duluth, MN 55812
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Welcome to returning member
Laugh Out Loud Brunch
Saturday, June 3
“Just When Your Loose Ends Are All Tied Up,
Hear storyteller Claudia Meyers
as she introduces us
to the many hats she has worn so beautifully: costume designer, competitive quilter & Minnesota Quilter of the Year in 2006,
writer for the Duluth News Tribune,
seller of Persian and Oriental rugs
at Father Time Antiques.
She exels as a wife, mother, grandmother
and dog lover.
She has published A Passion for Piecing,
her new book The Storyteller,
and is currently writing the next book
in this series,
tentatively titled The Storyteller Rides Again.
10:30 am Social Time
11:00 am Brunch
Bring your friends and
be prepared to laugh out loud!
Please make your reservations to Jeri at
by noon on Thursday, June 1
CHUM’s Rhubarb Festival
Saturday, June 24
Stella Maris Academy
Help staff this very important fundraiser
for CHUM by signing up at
Be sure to wear your DWC swag so the community can identify us!
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The Ronald McDonald House Bingo fundraiser
was a success!
We donated a total of $410 that will help them
serve families with children in hospital treatment.
We also donated groceries to provide
lunches and dinners to their families.
55th Annual DWC
Tour of Homes and Gardens
Wednesday, July 19, 10 am-3 pm
This year’s tour of
five homes and buildings
will include both
the historic and the modern.
The modern homes will showcase
Docents are needed
at all homes and gardens
to answer any questions
visitors may have.
Please agree to volunteer
when you’re asked to serve.
by Matt Haig
“The Midnight Library tells the story
of Nora, a depressed woman in her 30s,
who, on the day she decides to die,
finds herself in a library full of lives
she could have lived, where she discovers
there’s a lot more to life,
even her current one,
than she had ever imagined.”
Join us on the sun porch
on Tuesday, June 13 at 10 am for a lively conversation!
Lunch is also available for anyone
who would like to stay afterwards.
Please send your reservation to Jeri
by Friday, June 9.
Photo walks will resume soon!
Bridge and Canasta
11:00 am – 3:30 pm
Lunch at 12 noon
Watch This Space!
We are planning picnics during the summer to be held on our terrace
and lower sun room.
Please save the following dates:
Thursday, June 22
Thursday, July 13
Thursday, Aug 24
Plan to attend to stay in touch
with DWC friends!
Our flag does not fly because the wind moves it. It flies with the last breath of each soldier who died protecting it. Unknown
The DWC Governing Board voted to follow the current CDC guidelines. Vaccinations and masks are no longer required.