Past Events

Oct 7 Olympus Trio

Regi Papa, violin; Ben Capps, cello; Konstantine Valianatos, piano
“Astounding…unique in every sense (Athens Estia);passionate commitment to every note…incredibly velvety
tone” (NY Concert Review). Conceived at Juilliard in 2010 to celebrate their passion for chamber music and a shared
Hellenic heritage, the Olympus Piano Trio performs a repertoire of classical, romantic and modern masterpieces.

September 2017   “Couples of the Year”Gala 

          Mary Westmoreland                   Gene Westmoreland

The Bronxville Women’s Club honored two wonderful couples in 2017 whose diverse backgrounds have enriched us all.

Couple of the Year – Mary and Gene Westmoreland  

and Theatrical Achievement Award – Liz Muller and Collin Simon

This events funds were earmarked for the preservation of the historic Anna Lawrence Bisland 1928 House, building maintenance.


Art Exhibit – Month of September 2017


“Plateau Cirque Today” Exhibit 

The BWC was honored to feature diverse artistic works during the month of September 2017. The BWC loggia and Tea Room were enhanced by the works of Jane Highberger, Virginia Maxwell, Lois Shelli, and Ken Van Vlack.  An opening exhibit with the artist took place while listening to wonderful live music and enjoying the refreshments. All were welcome. No charge.


August 2017

“National Kick-Off Promotional WWI TV Miniseries

Cocktail Reception”

WWI Miniseries Remerance and  Respect

Bronxville Women’s Club, Rainbow Division Productions, VFW  Post 2285 and Legion Post 979 Present…

“National Kick-Off Promotional WWI TV Miniseries  Cocktail Reception”

 A campaign of Remembrance, Respect and Gratitude for all the men and women who have served in the US Military for the last 100 years, many from right here in Westchester, with the intention to draw attention to the Centennial Commemoration as we approach the anniversary of the Armistice on November 11, 2018 also.
The World War I TV Miniseries will be highlighting “The 42nd Rainbow Division”, celebrating the unity of our country as they “Banded together despite their regional differences” and became a Band of Brothers in the fight to preserve liberty and freedom.


The Production of the Miniseries has been endorsed by the “US World War I CENTENNIAL COMMISION!”

Donations made payable to LTC Sam DiRienzo VFW Post 2285). Mail to: VFW Post 2285, 433 White Plains Rd, Eastchester, NY 10709. Please note WWI donation in memo section. For more information contact: Vito Pinto, VFW Post 2285; cell 914-906-7431 or email:


Beaux Art Finale Exhibit

The BWC is honored to be the host club for the Westchester Beaux Arts Finale. Funds raised at the Finale went towards a Scholarship Fund awarded to deserving women attending Westchester Community College.  If  you would like to be a sponsor, call the BWC at 914-337-3252. Your donations are fully tax deductible.
April 2017 featured many local artists in a judged competition. All the first place winners from each region were eligible to compete in the July Finale. For information about exhibiting your art please call the BWC office 914-337-3252 or email 


Pipe Dream Theatre Production

Pipe Dream Theatre Production

Liz Muller and Collin Simon presented  the PiPE DREAM Theatre’s production  of THE STATION. The world is crumbling and everyone is trying to flee. The only way out is on trains leaving the station.  Join Vye and her band entertained guests in the station’s lounge. Did you get left behind.

Pipe Dream Theater’s semi-immersive cabaret set in a dystopian alternate future. Unwrap the secrets of the band and this unique world – explore the set for clues and follow the conversations on stage. Enjoy new and classic lounge songs set in a dark cabaret atmosphere.

 Location: Anna Lawrence Bisland 1928 House, 135 Midland Avenue, Bronxville, NY 10708. Children under 13 not permitted.




 Ballet (with Lunch)- LE CORSAIRE

BWC members and friends met at the clubhouse to board the bus and be driven to the Met Opera House, Lincoln Center. Lunch at the Grand Tier restaurant was enjoyed by all. They attended the matinee performance of American Ballet Theater’s production of LE CORSAIRE before returning to the Bronxville clubhouse.

Le Corsaire


Memorial Day 2017

Rain could not keep the 2017 Bronxville Memorial Day parade from happening.  Kathy DeRusso, President and other members represented the Bronxville Women’s Club at the ceremonies. Kathy had the privilege of laying a wreath in honor of the fallen soldiers.   Dee Sorenson, the BWC 2016 Woman of the Year, proudly waved “old glory”.  Mayor Marvin gave an outstanding speech and member Mary Westmoreland represented the military.  What a great day!


Kentucky Derby

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The hats, the wonderful hats, some large, some small and one with tiny horses. The Best Derby Hat went to Marianne Spamer, who mixed red roses with light green toiling. The Best Costume went to Mary Ella Crane with a yellow spring dress and a straw hat with multi-color ribbons. With the singing of “My Old Kentucky Home” right down to the southern comfort food, everyone felt like they were in Kentucky…Kentucky Fried Chicken, mint juleps, mac. and cheese and the wonderful Kentucky Bourbon pecan squares. Just like Pringles potato chips, you couldn’t eat just one.  Did you pick the winner……


Monthly Art Exhibit & Reception


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Nick Fanelli, professional photographer exhibit, May 2017.  The exhibit is  retrospective of the depth and breath of his work throughout the past 22 years as an artistic, fashion, travel, commercial, and political photographer.


Westchester Regional Beaux Arts Exhibition


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Annual Beaux Arts Regional Exhibit and Competition.

All the first place winners were eligible to compete in the Finale in July.  Art work will be displayed for the month of July. Viewing available Monday – Friday, 9-5pm, except holidays.



Funds raised by the BWC Philantropy committee are distributed to local charities and non-profit organizations. Recipients such as Rosary Hill, the Sisters of Hawthorne, Mt. Vernon Animal Shelter, Honor Flight Network, Food Bank of Westchester, Martin Luther King Community Center in New Rochelle, WFCF-scholarship fund, Eastchester Community Action Program (ECAP), Childrens Music and Art Recitals and more.  In addition, BWC menbers donate thousands of volunteer hours to differenet organizations throughout Westchester. Kathy DeRusso, Joyce Balint, Janelle Allbritton at Barnes and Noble