Club meetings are held at 7pm the 4th Monday of each month, September thru April
(excluding December), and the third Monday in May at the
Woodcroft Professional Building, 5501 Fortunes Ridge Dr, Suite K


Sept 24 is the 2016-17 year kickoff for our new theme of WOW
"Wonders of Women"

There’s lots of fellowship and exciting things coming in the new year!


Sept 24, 2016***FALL YARD SALE!
Sept 26Kick off for next year
Oct 24The Little Red Jumpsuit - Women's heart disease by Kimberly Roberts
Oct 29***HOWL-o-WEEN MYSTERY PARTY: Murder at Miss Mabel's Mansion!
Nov 28How to take our experiences and weave a story or stories around them, saving family history and lore for generations to follow by Lucia Pel Powe
Dec 3Christmas Tea
Dec 2016No general meeting for Dec - Happy Holidays!
Jan 23, 2017Beginning Your Search: The How and Where of Genealogical Research by Margo Fariss Brewer of Chapel Hill
Feb 27General Meeting - Program TBA
Mar 27Pot Luck Dinner!
Apr 24General Meeting - Program TBA
May 15Year End Dinner Celebration
Sept 25, 2017Kick off for next year

There is always something new to experience with the Woodcroft Women's Club!

February 2016

Talk by Frank Fee

Dr. Jay Dunbar, founder of Magic Tortoise Taijiquan School in Chapel Hill, has been a practitioner since 1975. He also practices Qi Gong therapy and has taught at many places, including the Kripalu Center, the American Dance Festival, and is a popular OLLI instructor. In addition to teaching, Dr. Dunbar is the technical editor of the book, Tai Chi for Dummies.

January 2017


Our speaker is the esteemed genealogist, Margo Fariss Brewer. Margo lives in Chapel Hill and has spent 25 years in her field, a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, and serving as President of the Genealogical Speakers Guild.

November 2016

Writing your life story

Our November speaker, Lucia Peel Powe, addresses the Wonderful World of Women with a story about how to take our experiences and weave a story or stories around them, saving family history and lore for generations to follow.

October 2016

The Little Red Jumpsuit

Kimberly Roberts, a spokesperson for the American Heart Association. Her goal is "to educate women of all ages on ways they can live longer, healthier and happier lives free from heart disease. In a world where there are so many things we can’t control, heart disease is 80% preventable with education, awareness and only a few lifestyle changes. Using the American Heart Association’s Seven Simple Steps as guidelines, The Little Red Jumpsuit tour offers an opportunity for frank and open discussion about the challenges and the joys we face as women on our individual journeys to wellness. This tour is about celebrating each other as women and lifting each other up as we help others along the way. I hope you will join me on this journey as we continuing moving forward with the power of a woman’s heart.”

September 2016

Kick Off!

Come join us Sept 26th for the 2016-17 Kick off meeting! Reconnect with old friends and make some new ones. There are lots of opportunities to help out here in your community, and fun activities for you to enjoy.

Our beautiful ladies smile at our 2015 Kick Off Meeting.

Don't forget to bring your donations to the meetings!

DCRC Donations are: October, January, March, and May.
Barrels of Joy Donations are: November, February, and April.

Help out with refreshements for the meetings by contacting the Hospitality Hostess at