The Belmont Woman's Club, established in 1920, is dedicated to providing service to the community in the form of education, scholarships, and community improvements. Since 1927 the Club has maintained the 1853 William Flagg Homer House, a historic site associated with the early career of iconic American artist Winslow Homer.
Membership in the Club is open to all. Please join us for an exciting year of cultural and educational events.
Winslow Homer: A Game of Croquet, 1866