BWC grants scholarships to Boynton graduates

BWC welcomes new members

The Boynton Woman’s Club is organized and operated exclusively for charitable and educational purposes and the preservation of our historic building within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue code of 1954, and shall otherwise comply with any requirements under such section.

BWC is a place where family, friends meet for all occasions.

The 16,000 sq.ft. clubhouse includes three large rooms: a grand ballroom on the second floor, and the "Library" and the dining room on the first floor- suitable for any occasion including the spaghetti supper pictured here.

BWC has been a refuge from storms, a center for soldiers, a haven for all

During World War II the Red Cross and the USO used the building as a center. It housed the community’s library until 1961, and continues to serve as a social and cultural center. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. the Nirvana line-up. But there's much much more!

Join Us at BWC - we have fun while we raise money for chairties

Welcome to the new Boynton Woman's Club website



Welcome to the Boynton Woman's Club's presentation page. We're glad you found us and hope you click away on all our pages to see who and what we are. You will soon discover we've been around a very long time, more than 100 years. We support local charities such as Community Caring of Boynton Beach, national charities such as Susan Komen Race for the Cure, international charities such as Plan USA and much more . We encourage all (yes men too) to join our club to contribute, socialize and help us continue to make a difference in the community.



We're more than just a pretty building

Firsts

•First public library for Boynton Beach •First Boynton edifice added to National Register of Historic Places in the United States •First Boynton edifice recognized by the Colonial Dames of America. •First Boynton edifice to be recipient of Famous Florida Artists” plaque by the Florida League of Cities

Fun

While we devote our time to our charities, we have a lot of fun doing it. Checkout some of our events which though they raise money for charity are also educational and fun, fun, fun

Events

Special programs and speakers are presented at every luncheon meeting, open to the public, and several additional programs are offered in the evening.

A memorial

Built as Memorial to Major Nathan Smith Boynton, founder of Boynton Beach. Designed for club by Addison Mizner, famed architect of South Florida. FIRST Boynton edifice on National Register of Historic Places in America, 1979. FIRST Boynton edifice recognized by Colonial Dames of America. FIRST Boynton edifice to receive Florida League of Cities "Great Floridian" plaque for famed artist, Bernard Thomas.

Artists and Models

Once a year we participate in an Arts/Crafts/Photo contest with GFWC clubs.

Social

At our Presidents' Tea and at our Installations, we often invite performers to entertain us such as Copeland Davis, pictured in 2010.

Rent for all occasions

The whole building or part of the building can be rented through Celebrations at Boynton Woman's Club

GFWC and more

Boynton Woman’s Club is a member of: • General Federation of Women’s Clubs GFWC is an international organization of community-based volunteer women’s clubs dedicated to community service since 1890. It’s a rainbow of women’s ideas and interests. There are more than one million members in the United States and in 20 countries. • Gen. Federation of Women’s Clubs Florida The General Federation of Women’s Clubs Florida was founded in Green Cove Springs, Florida in 1895 to bring unity to the women’s clubs of Florida. There are more than 300 clubs throughout the state. Members’ diversity unites them through a dedication to volunteer service. .

There will be more!

This page is still under construction. Please check back again from time to time to see how it has changed ;)