"We look for unity, but unity in diversity."

GFWC motto since 1901


June 21, 2021 will mark our Grand Reopening and Ribbon Cutting ceremony after all the renovations made to the Abigail Stuart House. The event will begin at 2:00 p.m. with ribbon cutting by Senator Sam Hunt. Other dignitaries will also be present for the ceremony. Tours of the house will follow the ribbon cutting and refreshments will be available. We are so proud to show off our new and improved historic clubhouse and are very happy to be reopening for rentals. Contact womansclubolympia@gmail.com to RSVP.

Upcoming Meetings

All of our meetings are held via Zoom and in person when applicable under current Covid restrictions.

Please contact us at womansclubolympia@gmail.com to join us on the 1st Tuesday at noon or the 2nd Wednesday at 7 p.m.


The 2021 Scholarship winners will be honored at the June meeting on June 1st at the Abigail Sturt House. We congratulate each and every one of the winners.

The Woman's Club of Olympia is a non-profit organization relying on those funds to operate both the club as well as keep our clubhouse operational. Throughout the year we help other nonprofits such as Homeless Backpacks, Safe Place, Salvation Army, the Fisher House, Friendly Waters, and Cielo. In 2019 our members logged over 4000 community service hours by volunteering. We are making a difference locally!

If you would like to donate to our efforts please click the "Donate" button below and make your donation a part of our efforts. A recurring $20.00 monthly donation (just 67 cents per day) or a $10.00 monthly recurring donation (about 35 cents per day, less than the price of a postage stamp) can make a world of difference. Take that $4.00 cup of coffee you purchase daily and turn it into a donation that can benefit your local community in ways you cannot imagine.

"My Favorite Places" Documentary features Olympia Icon

Local television station, TVW, is featuring the Woman's Club of Olympia and the Abigail Stuart house in a documentary with former Secretary of State, Ralph Munro. Mr. Munro does a series of documentaries of his "Favorite Places" and he chose our building as one of his favorites. We are honored and look forward to seeing the finished documentary later this summer. Three cameramen photographed the house on May 17th and Ralph Munro joined them talking about the house, its history and some of his times visiting the clubhouse.

TVW cameraman "mikes" up Ralph Munro for presentation on documentary of The Woman's Club of Olympia and The Abigail Stuart House.

The Woman's Club of Olympia has undergone many changes in the last couple of years. We made many renovations as you can see in the slide show below. Click here for Slide Show of Renovations