Events

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The Woman’s Club of Rock Hill salutes the community for its continuing support. By attending the Victorian Teas, purchasing unique gifts in our boutique, and joining us for other fund raising activities, you are giving us the means to continue our community outreach programs and to maintain our historic property for the coming year. THANK YOU!

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The following events are being planned
Watch for more details

“Girl’s Nite Out”

Thursday, October  26

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Twelfth Annual Victorian Teas and Sugar Plum Boutique

December 1 and 3, 2017, 12:30 pm
Cost: Adults $25, Children under 12, $12

 Traditional Full English Teas include a generous serving of savories, a scone served with jam or lemon curd and cream followed by an array of sweets. All of our foods are made by the Club members from fresh ingredients.  The historic Armstrong-Maudlin House, 607 Aiken Avenue in Rock Hill, is always beautifully decorated for the holidays with servers dressed in period attire. In addition, there will be traditional Christmas music.

The Sugar Plum Boutique features items from local artisans and vendors with Christmas themed gifts, decorations and delicious homemade holiday treats created by Club members.  The Boutique will also be selling the second printing of our recipe book Traditional Tea Time Favorites.  At only $15, it makes a nice stocking stuffer for the tea lovers on your  Christmas list or an interesting addition to your own collection.  The Boutique is open one hour prior to and  after each Tea.

Children’s Tea with Mrs. Claus

December 2, 2017, 11:30 am
Cost $18

The Teas and Sugar Plum boutique are part of ChristmasVille, Rock Hill’s award winning winter festival, christmasvillerockhill.com.

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Bridal Fair

Saturday, February 24, 2018

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Games Luncheon, “Go for the Gold”

Thursday, March 1, 2018 at 12:00 noon

Join your friends and make new ones for a fun-filled afternoon.  Play bridge, dominoes, Uno, Mah jong, or other games of choice. We will again have door prizes, prizes for the winners at each table, a 50-50 raffle and, of course, a nice lunch and snacks. Proceeds benefit our Community Service Programs, which support such groups as Grounds of Grace, Heifer International, Dot Amick Scholarship, underexposed Film Festival, and the upkeep of our historic house & gardens

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Come and be a part of our upcoming events listed below!
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Champagne & Strawberries Brunch

Come join us at the Club’s Historic Armstrong-Mauldin House on 607 Aiken Avenue for this special Sunday meal!  A variety of brunch/lunch dishes and desserts will be served, many featuring fresh strawberries.   Our menu this year includes Baked Ham, biscuits, as well as Strawberry Cheesecake French Toast, Strawberry Muffins, Frozen Strawberry Margarita Parfait and Strawberry Tiramisu, among other items.

Strawberry-themed items and other items made by members will be available in a mini-boutique.  Guests may also enjoy touring the gardens.  Limited outdoor seating, weather permitting.  Reservations recommended.  Proceeds: renovating/restoring the Club’s 600 College Avenue property.  This is a Come-See-Me event.  For more information on Rock Hill’s award-winning spring festival, visit www.comeseeme.org.

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“Tea and Topics” Seventh Annual Butterfly Seminar
Monarchs and Milkweed

April 12, 2018

These small events take place throughout the year and are held for the purpose of information sharing for our members as well as for the public. The Butterfly Seminar is presented by the Woman’s Club of Rock Hill and the 4-H Historical Club, in the Historic Armstrong-Mauldin House, 607 Aiken Avenue, Rock Hill, during Come-See-Me, Rock Hill’s award winning spring festival.   Questions?  Please call Ellen Mayes at 803.366.5042 or the Clubhouse, 328-8888, and leave a message.  Or email Ellen at greatellens@comporium.net.

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Most of the foods served during our fundraisers are made by Club members using time-tested recipes.

Most of the foods served during our fundraisers are made by Club members using time-tested recipes and fresh ingredients.

During Come-See-Me, Glen drops by to offer his help.

During Come-See-Me, Glen drops by to offer his help.