Have you ever experienced a loss of urine with exercise, cough or sneeze? Have you ever experienced a sensation of bulging at the vaginal opening? These are not uncommon problems especially in those who have given birth. There are solutions both surgical and non-surgical. Amy Rosenman, MD, UCLA urogynecologist, will discuss what this is, why […]
Welcome to the Santa Monica Bay Woman’s Club – a place to meet, be entertained, learn, share and celebrate. Our Santa Monica Historic Landmark Clubhouse has been a vital part of our local community for 100 years and provides a welcoming space for a wide range of events and activities, from musical and theater performances to yoga training, dance nights, history lectures, art shows, weddings and bar mitzvahs and it even serves as a voting station on election days.
Club members meet to play bridge and canasta, work on their arts and crafts projects at the Artists’ League meetings and discuss the latest books at our Book Club Meeting. As part of our mission, members raise money for charities and, when possible, help out in a more hands on way. We provide educational scholarships to graduating Santa Monica High School students and support a range of charities, with an emphasis on local charities that provide services to women and children.
We have been serving Santa Monica’s communities for more than a hundred years. Join us to preserve this unique organization and continue our tradition of philanthropy into the next century.
Please join us for a morning of yoga with Al Tavera from YogaWorks! The event takes place on Sunday, November 9th, 2014 – 11am. We are raising awareness and funds to train the next generation of doctors in basic science and clinical research to benefit women with Infertility and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). This Fundraising […]
The book selection for November is the newest book by San Francisco author, Dave Eggers. “When Mae Holland is hired to work for the Circle, the world’s most powerful internet company, she feels she’s been given the opportunity of a lifetime. The Circle, run out of a sprawling California campus, links users’ personal emails, social […]
The book selection for October is the newest book by San Francisco author, Lisa See. See’s recent books offer well researched insight into the struggles of Asian women woven into the dramatic history of California where she lives and writes. “It’s 1938 in San Francisco: a world’s fair is preparing to open on Treasure Island, […]