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We are a volunteer service organization, serving our community since 1883. All women are welcome to become members and take on a service project in any of these areas: Arts, Conservation, Education, Health, Public Issues, International Outreach, etc. We invite you to bring your areas of interest into our awareness so we might include them, too. 












Discover our Archival Project:

While our tireless archivist, Rosie Bigelow, continues to prepare our history for the wider world, we offer you an opportunity to move the process forward by volunteering to type some of our historical scanned documents. For a greater appreciation of the Olympia women circa 1900, adopt a document ... (more)

The Woman's Club of Olympia meets in the Abigail Stuart House. Built in 1908, the Woman's Club is located at the corner of Washington St. and 10th Ave. near downtown Olympia, Washington. It is listed on both the National and Washington State Registers of Historic Places, as well as on the Olympia Heritage Register.

The meeting house is still owned and used by the Woman's Club of Olympia and is not open to the public, except during special events or by appointment. If you would like to see the Clubhouse for the purpose of renting it, email our Reservation Coordinator to set up a time. 



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