About

The Talbot County Women’s Club was established in 1930 by a small group of Easton women joining together to serve the community through charitable initiatives. Now as a registered 501(C)(3) non-profit, the Club continues to expand that tradition of giving, with charitable work at the heart of everything the Women’s Club does.

Members are guided by the Club’s four objectives, which are to support many local, worthwhile causes through a number of service projects; to build deep friendships amongst members and develop a deep sense of pride for the club; to create a common interest in charitable, educational, civic, moral, and social measures; and to maintain a center for the Club’s activities.

The Women’s Club’s special events help with fundraising and include an annual Tea Party, Easter Egg Hunt, Card Party, Waterfowl Festival Open House, Murder at the Mansion Mystery Party, and a new “Chopped Talbot” Chef Event. Members meet monthly at the 1790 James Price House in Easton’s historic district, with new members welcome, and more about the club at talbotcountywomensclub.org.