Monday, August 29th, 2022  – Opening the Season Once Again with an Elegant Tea 

Watch for your invitation coming soon!  Feel free to bring your friends, this is a great way to show off the club.  Once again the menu and decorations will be done by our very own Pam Krug.  She has never disappointed and this year will not be an exception.  The tea has never failed to be an elegant event that is perfect for showcasing the Club to friends.  

Monday, September 12, 2022   Solving Those Medical Mysteries

Our very own President, Judy Haluka will take a look at common medical and traumatic situations and what they mean to us.  Do I need to go to the Emergency Room?   Is a Convenient Care Visit Enough?  Can I wait until next week when I can see my Doctor?  Once I decide, what are they likely to do?  Can I adopt a PET Scan at the Humane Society? What is this “test” that they ordered?  How is it done?  What will it tell me?  Is it necessary?  Judy has a unique way of looking at serious subjects with humor.  She will give us valuable healthcare and first aid information while keeping us laughing at ourselves.

Judy is the Emergency Management Coordinator for Aleppo Township.  She spent 30 years in the Interventional Cardiology Laboratory at Allegheny General Hospital.  In addition, she is a Paramedic and has been affiliated with Valley & Quaker Valley Ambulance Authority for 30+ years.   

Monday, October 3, 2022    Shh, It’s a Secret – Karyn Locke, Author of Secret Pittsburgh

Karen Locke is a travel writer and blogger from a small town in nearby Ohio.  She considers the tri-state area home.  She was bitten by the travel bug at an early age, complement of her military brat background.  In Secret Pittsburgh, Karyn’s focus includes all the weird, wonderful, and obscure locations that make the Burgh a place to visit and call home.  Karyn describes her presentation as a “let’s see if we can stump the locals” style with audience participation that keeps the afternoon lively and fun. 

Monday, October 24, 2022    Who are YOU?  Halloween Bash

Who says you outgrow things like Halloween and Trick or Treat?  Not us!  Join us for an old-fashioned Halloween party complete with a costume contest and tons of treats! Maybe even a few tricks. Who can you imagine yourself as?  Do you think your friends will recognize you?  This promises to be a lot of fun.  There are memories to be made and fun to be had!  Cannot wait to see where everyone’s imagination takes us. 

Monday, November 14, 2022    VIRTUAL Walking Tour of Sewickley

Tim Merrill, a long-time Sewickley resident and representative of the Sewickley Valley Historical Society, will take us on a wonderful virtual tour through Sewickley.  What fun!  We often pass by many historical sites, but do we ever think about the stories behind them?  Tim will fill in the facts we never knew.  Join us for this “step” back in time.

Monday, December 12th, 2022 The Womans Club Celebrates the Holidays

The holiday season is a very special time of the year.  It is a great time to connect with friends, both old and new.  Come and join in the celebration of the holidays!  The Edgeworth Club is usually decked out.  Add to that the magic of Pam Krug, our Hospitality Director, and you have the makings for a memorable afternoon.  The menu and decorations will, no doubt, be special once again!  Add some wonderful Holiday musical entertainment and perfection results.  Don’t miss this one!     

Monday, January 9, 2023  “Sweet Tooth Anyone?”

All you chocolate lovers, buckle your seatbelts.  We are about to explore the history of the well-known chocolate company in our area – Sarris. Many Pittsburghers grew up knowing this store as a treat for holidays or good behavior.  Now, Norm Candelore, the Retail Operations Manager, will tell us the interesting history of this long-standing, confectionery business.  He will include how Sarris mentors its employees on the road to success.  We will enjoy some complimentary samples from the company.  Come join us for a sweet treat!

Monday, February 6th, 2023  Celebration of Black History Month

Mark Stevenson is a veteran Pittsburgh actor who over the years has had a varied career both in and out of a college classroom. Highlights of stage work include seven seasons with the Three Rivers Shakespeare Festival, produced by the late Attilio “Buck” Favorini; On the Fringe at the Edinburgh Festival with the agitprop company, About Face, America; and the American premiere of The Fall Guy at the Milwaukee Repertory Theatre. His last major stage appearance in Pittsburgh was Collaborators with Quantum Theatre. Recent film projects include, Galatea, written and directed by Benjamin TW Carlucci, and the role of Louis Stewart in Richard Linklater’s, Where’d You Go, Bernadette? starring Cate Blanchett. He co-stars and co-produced Temporary People, which can be seen on You Tube. He also appeared as Professor Pollack in the recent Netflix series, The Chair, starring Sandra Oh. His latest project was in A Man Called, Otto, starring and produced by Tom Hanks, which opens on Christmas Day, 2022.

Monday, March 6, 2023  “Saving Mr. Ed and Elsie”

Lisa Marie Sopko from Kindred Spirits Rescue Ranch will speak about their ranch.  They provide a safe haven and loving forever home to over 200 rescued animals, most of whom were abused or neglected.  The collaborate with humane officers and other non-profits in rescuing and providing care for animals who are in danger.  They were founded in 2019 and have quickly grown to become one of the largest animal sanctuaries in the Pittsburgh and tri-state region. For additional information go to. 

TUESDAY, April 3, 2023  Hostess with the Mostest – Olive the Cheddar Boards

Katie Cheddar, of Olive the Cheddar Boards will help us to get ready for Easter or visits from family/friends.  We will learn how to create, step by step, a charcutier board that is sure to WOW.  Do not miss this one so you can surprise your guests with something new.  AND the charcuterie board used for demonstration will be raffled!

Monday, May 15, 2023  Summer is Coming!  Let’s Start Early.

Let’s have a picnic.  Picnic food and a picnic venue.  What a way to welcome the warm weather.   The log cabin in Sewickley Hills is an ADA compliant, wonderful venue.  It comes complete with rocking chairs and a big front porch!  For those of you who attending the “Greek Food Festival” last year, this is the same venue – back by popular demand.  Let’s just get together and enjoy each other’s company for the afternoon (and of course some good food).  This is a BOYB venue, so feel free.

Monday, June 12, 2023 A Summer Afternoon at Wilpen Hall

Join us for a beautiful afternoon on the veranda at Wilpen Hall.  We will share a wonderful lunch on the veranda and have the opportunity to stroll the beautiful gardens of the last Gilded era estate in Sewickley Heights.  Take in the beauty and peacefulness of the best “porch” ever.  Let the peaceful beauty of Wilpen Hall give you the gift of a relaxing afternoon with friends.