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La Jolla Woman's Club

The La Jolla Woman's Club is a prestigious organization in La Jolla that is made up of local women committed to the social, intellectual, and civic improvement of its community and members. It was founded in 1894 by Ellen Browning Scripps.

General meetings are held on the first Monday of each month and include a luncheon and program. Guests are welcome October thru May. Members also meet for bridge weekly. Additional activities include yoga and a book club.

The Club facility, located in the historic Irving Gill building, at 7791 Draper Avenue at Silverado Street is registered as a National Historic Place. The building is considered to be Irving Gill's architectural masterpiece and was a gift from Ellen Browning Scripps.

La Jolla Woman's Club is an ideal place to host events, including weddings, receptions, dinners, lectures, memorial services, meetings, or executive retreats. Located in the historic La Jolla Village, just one block from the Pacific Ocean, The Club provides a peaceful and luxurious environment for your special event.

The Club also has a large ballroom with two adjoining parlors, with a capacity of up to 220 guests. To take advantage of the exceptional San Diego weather, The Club has three lush outdoor gardens on three sides of the building. The South Garden is ideal for an intimate wedding ceremony, the Front Garden for a larger ceremony, and the North Terrace, with its ocean view, is a wonderful area to host a cocktail reception.

Use our La Jolla directory and contact the La Jolla Woman's Club to schedule your next big event.


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