Past Activities

OCTOBER MEETING

For our October meeting, we enjoyed a wonderful variety of dishes in a potluck dinner. This was followed by a presentation by Linda Kenyon as Julia Child.
Our November meeting will be held on the 8th. We’ll have a presentation on the benefits of essential oils and we’ll be making some take home, women’s care products. Check the flyer on the upcoming activities page

Bullying Prevention

On October 5th, as part of bullying prevention month, author Maryanne Christiano-Mistretta presented a program at the Caldwell Public Library. Maryanne’s memoir is about being bullied in the 1970s and how she learned to fight back. The Women’s Club of Caldwell co-sponsored the program with the Caldwell library and donated 10 books to GCMS and local libraries

Eating around the world 

October took us to  Mezza Mediterranean in Livingston. We enjoyed a beautiful lunch in an outdoor setting on another lovely day. For November (the 5th), we’ll be visiting Japan at Ichiban in West Caldwell. Let us know if you’d like to join us. Everybody is welcome.

World Environmental Health Day

WCC helped create conscience and educate the community about this year’s theme: “Climate change challenges, time for global Environmental Health to act in unison.”

September meeting

In addition to our regular business meeting, we painted wine glasses and filled stockings for soldiers.


Stockings for Our Troops 

Operation Yellow Ribbon, was selected for this year’s stocking drive. They are a New Jersey based organization whose major focus is organizing and collecting donated supplies and goodies to send to our brave U.S troops deployed  in the Middle East.

Our club filled holiday stockings with items and love at the September 20th meeting. 


Eating Around The World

Our Group meets at noon, on the first Tuesday of every month, where we eat in a different local ethnic restaurant. July was Fat Fish Taco in Caldwell. In August we met at Stephanie’s  for Italian cuisine. In September, we ate at Cuban Pete’s in Montclair. We enjoyed lunch in a beautiful outdoor setting with great weather and great food. if you’re interested in joining us  in October at Mezza, a  Mediterranean restaurant in Livingston, send us a message in our contact us page or in Facebook. Newcomers are welcome!

September 


 

 

August

“Stephanie” the owners daughter, for whom the restaurant is named is sitting with us in the front (center) of the picture!

July

We started a group, which will meet at noon, on the first Tuesday of every month, to eat in a different local ethnic restaurant. July was Fat Fish Taco in Caldwell, which serves a “coastal Mexican” menu. Owner Steve is  seen in the picture with our group.

Gazebo Concert In July

Members of the WCC attending the West Caldwell gazebo concert. 

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