Interested in learning more about what the Wilton Woman’s Club does and about what being a member entails? The club is hosting a new and prospective member coffee to share what they do for Wilton and how new members “can be part of the fun, learning and service.”

In addition to adult membership, there’s also the Wilton Women’s Club Junior Leadership Program (WWC-JLP), a service group for mothers with daughters in grades six through high school. The WWC-JLP helps support various social causes and charities in the community while offering an opportunity for mothers and daughters to do something nice together. Examples of past events include preparing and delivering holiday meals to local families in need; supporting events at Ambler Farm and the Woodcock Nature Center; taking part in Relay for Life; and enjoying social activities like a Mother-Daughter Tea.

The coffee is on Monday, Oct. 21 at 9:30 a.m.. For more information, to RSVP and find out where the coffee is being held, contact co-president Trisha King at

The Wilton Woman’s Club, Inc. is a voluntary organization for women of diverse ages, backgrounds and talents, who come together for community service, philanthropy, education and socializing.