On September 15th, 2019 The Saturday Club KIDS hosted a table at the Radnor Fall Festival in Wayne, PA giving away baked goods for a cause. All collected donations will go to the The Saturday Club ...
Welcome to The Saturday Club
The Saturday Club is a non-profit women’s volunteer and philanthropic organization located in the heart of the Philadelphia Main Line in downtown Wayne, Pennsylvania. Our mission is purely charitable – to improve the lives of women, children, and families in the greater Philadelphia region.
Our historic English Tudor clubhouse is available to rent for special events, and makes an elegant venue for your wedding, birthday, shower, corporate event, or party.
Members of The Saturday Club are committed to contributing our time and energy to helping those in need and to enhancing the quality of life in our community. Community Outreach is a cornerstone of our mission. Service projects provide opportunities to lend valuable assistance, build friendships, and expand individual interests and talents.
The Saturday Club welcomes all women ages 21 and older who are interested in enriching their lives by volunteering in the community and through philanthropic endeavors. In addition to our community service efforts, we host and participate in a number social events and opportunities to involve family and friends.
If you are looking for a place to have a special party or event, then The Saturday Club is the perfect space for you. Our clubhouse, a beautiful Tudor-style building is on the National Register for Historic Places and is conveniently located in downtown Wayne, Pennsylvania, in the heart of the Philadelphia Main Line.
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Latest News from The Saturday Club
The Saturday Club is pleased to present international best-selling author of Sex in the City, Candace Bushnell, as she launches the first book in a new series: Is There Still Sex in the ...
The Saturday Club was honored to participate in a unique exhibit at the King of Prussia Mall just outside of Bloomingdale’s called 'Works of heART', benefiting Laurel House, a domestic violence agency ...