Naperville Woman's Club thanks our sponsors and contributors listed on our Fine Art & Artisan Page.
Plan your visit today! Visit a list of our participating artists & Artisans.
Mark your Calendars!
Our Fine Art & Artisan Fair is set for
Saturday & Sunday, June 26 & 27, 2021
10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
The Naperville Woman's Club will host their 61th Naperville Fine Art & Artisan Fair in a two-day community celebration featuring over 110 artists exhibiting, selling, and demonstrating their original works. It is held each year in the heart of downtown Naperville - one block from the bustling popular downtown shopping and restaurant district at Naper Settlement, a "living history" museum with historic Naperville buildings, paved pathways and convenient parking.
Free admission to the fair and park. (Naper Settlement allows service animals only.)
So, here are the exciting things NWC is planning for the patrons . . .
Sunshine and shade! Enjoy both as you stroll to see the wares of over 110 artists and artisans. Tents will be social distanced.
Channel your inner artist as you paint one part of a 12' x 8' community mural. (Then watch it come to life throughout the two day event)
Let the kids work on their artistic creations at the Petite Picasso Tent
Try your luck in the Meeting House as you bid on artist donated creations at our Silent Auction (profits will be contributed to NWC philanthropic endeavors)
Choose the perfect ClaySpace created pottery creation from the Empty Bowls Project. (Funds raised will be donated to local food pantries)
Feast on exciting Food & Beveridge options
For more information about our fair, please email Marie Gnesda, Fine Art Fair Director
(Artists-Click on map to see a larger view of your load-in entry location.)
The Naperville Woman's Club was established in 1897. Since that time it has been an integral part of the community, presenting informative meetings, hosting our Naperville Fine Art & Artisan Fair, Young Adult Art Contest and supporting community organizations. October's Witches' Night Out Naperville profits are dedicated to benefit those in need and other NWC charities. Go directly to www.WitchesNightOutNaperville.org for additional information for next year's event.
Meetings are held in the Club's historic building, the Old Stone Church at 14 South Washington Street in the heart of Naperville's thriving downtown.
Visit the About Us page for more interesting things about NWC.
Want to learn about becoming a member? Visit our Membership page.
Would you like to hear more about renting our lovely building, visit our Building Rental page.
Fascinated by our Witches Night Out Naperville event and want to find out more how you and your friends can help our philanthropic causes? Find some information below, or click directly to our alternative website, www.WitchesNightOutNaperville.org
Interested in arts in our community? Keep scrolling to learn about our 61th celebration of The Naperville Fine Art and Artisan Fair!
We are proud to practice our Mission Statement: Naperville Woman's Club is dedicated to promoting community improvement by enhancing the lives of others through volunteer service.
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Notes from NWC President
Sandra Baker McKeon
NWC Going Tech!
Face-to-face meetings are missed, but while sheltering-in-place, President Sandy will provide information to members, potential members, and our community via videos.
Click on this link to see Part 1 of her "Virtual Briefing"
Sandy talks about the new board in her "Virtual Briefing Part 2"
The Club year continues despite our shelter-in-place. Sandy talks about officer, committee, and club plans for the year the "Virtual Briefing Part 3. Members - continue to check your email for follow-up information.
Sandy talks about items every member (and potential future member) needs to know in Vlog, Part 4.
Naperville LOVES our NCTV17 and the support they give to the non-profits. Learn more about NWC from Sandy in this episode.
Take a Look at Us!
NWC looks for alternatives to our regular Business and Program meeting schedules. We meet in the park . . . all social distancing and masked up . . . or we Zoom.
Our mission continues . . . COVID-19 simply cannot stop NWC!
Our "Community Kindness" program kicked off with a collection for Midwest Shelter for Homeless Vets (MSHV). During September, two collections were accepted at our clubhouse parking lot. We are most proud to announce $6,500 worth of products and $550 in cash and gift cards for a total of $7,050 in contributions to MSHV.
Take a look at us through pictures . . .
Interesting in learning about our activities? Browse our website to find out more! We are currently holding meetings either outside or via ZOOM.
Interested in renting our building once safety permits?
Members and guests may find both meetings and building rentals may be found on our online calendar.