Belmont Woman's Club

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Belmont Woman's Club
Belmont Woman's Club is listed in the Clubs category in Belmont, Massachusetts. Displayed below is the only current social network for Belmont Woman's Club which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Belmont Woman's Club on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 59.

Contact information for Belmont Woman's Club is:
661 Pleasant St
Belmont, MA 02478
(617) 484-4892
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The Belmont Woman's Club's new Etiquette Class attracted more than 30 boys and girls on Saturday, April 22. Led by Education Chair Iris Ponte, Ph.D., the class taught students formal table setting and table manners, appropriate use of technology, and centerpiece floral arrangement. Students received a certificate of completion and new confidence in social situations. A new season of etiquette classes will begin in early October.

Coming April 23, 2017: "Isabella Stewart Gardner: America's First Patroness of the Arts"...2:30 p.m., Plymouth Congregational Church, 582 Pleasant Street, Belmont, MA Join us for a dazzling afternoon visit with flamboyant Boston patroness of the arts Isabella Stewart Gardner. Renowned character actress Jessa Piaia, in period costume, will transport us back to early 20th century Boston as she brings to life one of the city's most colorful and influential citizens. One-hour performance with actor's reception following: $30 per person. Tickets: Through April 19, send to Marilyn Papazian, 10 Farm Road, Belmont, MA, your check payable to Belmont Woman's Club. Tickets held at door. Or call: 617-484-6494 or 617-484-4892. Proceeds benefit the restoration of the historic 1853 Homer House, preserved for 90 years (1927-2017) by the Belmont Woman's Club. See you at this gala event! Portrait of Isabella Stewart Gardner, 1888, John Singer Sargent, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum


The BWC's forthcoming educational film "Winslow Homer's Belmont" came home yesterday when Belmont Media filmed a scene on the Homer House lawn. The film is supported by grants from Belmont Savings Bank Foundation and the Belmont Cultural Council, an agency of the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

Recently discovered...an 1862 drawing by Winslow Homer, "Woman at Piano," possibly sketched in the Homer House music room (now Library). Original in the Cooper-Hewitt Design Museum, New York. Club events and children's piano recitals once again fill the house with music!