Woman’s Club membership drive continues with tour, lunch

The Washington University Woman’s Club is hosting a fall luncheon and tour of the exhibit “Birth of the Cool: California Art, Design, and Culture at Midcentury” Nov. 11 at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum. The luncheon and tour coincide with the club’s ongoing membership drive.

The tour begins at 10 a.m., with lunch to follow featuring speaker Sabine Eckmann, Ph.D., director and chief curator of Kemper Art Museum. Tickets — available to both men and women — are $27 and can be purchased by contacting Susan Colangelo at 659-8491 or szcola113@hotmail.com.

The Woman’s Club, founded in 1910 by faculty wives, offers its members opportunities to form friendships and grow intellectually through luncheons, lectures, tours and women’s programs. The club also funds scholarships for deserving female WUSTL students.

The club is open to women who are faculty or staff; wives or widows of faculty or staff; alumnae or spouses of alumni; or women sponsored by a member. For more information about the club, contact Patricia Sarantites at sarantites@gmail.com or visit wustl.edu/womans.