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Mission Statement

The Naperville Woman's Club provides charitable contributions, supports social and community organizations, and promotes the arts and education in Naperville and surrounding communities.


The Naperville Woman's Club is a philanthropic organization. It was established in 1897 and remains one of the oldest community groups in Naperville. Its purpose is to be an integral part of the community by presenting informative meetings, sponsoring an annual Art Fair and supporting social and community organizations. Meetings and events are held in the Club's historic building, the Old Stone Church, at 14 South Washington Street.



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by Roxanne L. (May 1, 2010)
The Naperville Womans Club is a wonderful organization that promotes Art and Culture in Naperville. This Art show is the longest continuously running Art Show in Illinois and is a lot of fun to be a part of! The Woman in the organization are very dedicated to this show, but many can't handle the physical requirements needed throughout the weekend, and really need some young, energenic help! It's a great opportunity for Art Students or anyone needing Community Service Hours. You get to meet, and see some of the most talented Artists in the Country,and there is also Entertainment, Art Demonstrations and a Petite Picasso Childrens area, which is very fun! The Naper Settlement is a 'living History Museum' with some of the original buildings from the town. There are people dressed in 'period attire' that work there that creates a charming environment for the Art Show! It's a great event to volunteer at and they will treat you well!
by Georgiann B. (May 1, 2010)
This woman's group returns a huge portion of their proceeds to local charities. Members perform most administration duties and give every dollar they can to help people in need.