Women’s Group luncheons

Women’s Group luncheons are monthly social gatherings offering various types of presenters, from specialists on entertaining or home decor, to those with poignant human interest stories. Luncheons are catered by Carolyn’s Absolutely Fabulous Events.

Organized by the DCA Women’s Group, we welcome you to any and all of our luncheons.

DCA Women's Group luncheons attendees enjoyed a presentation by the Entertaining Addict.DCA Women's Group luncheons are catered by Carolyn's Absolutely Fabulous Events.Fashion show models gave Women's Group luncheon attendees a close up look at their clothing.

Upcoming Women’s Group luncheons

Women’s Group luncheons will return in the fall.

To be notified of upcoming Women’s Group events, please subscribe to our DCA email through the below link and select “Women’s Group luncheons” as one of your areas of interest, or contact the DCA directly.

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Recent Women’s Group luncheons

The Women's Group presents Writers’ Workshop readings on Tuesday, June 3rd at the DCA.Writers’ Workshop readings
Tuesday, June 3rd
12:15 – 2:15pm luncheon
$10 DCA members, $15 public
The Women's Group presents Arts for Healing with Karen Nisenson on Tuesday, May 6th at the DCA.Arts for Healing with Karen Nisenson
Tuesday, May 6th
12:15 – 2:15pm luncheon
$10 DCA members, $15 public

Karen Nisenson, Founder and Director of the Arts for Healing program, will explain how effective music therapy can be in treating people of all ages. Karen, a Juilliard-trained pianist, is a certified musical therapist and adjunct faculty member in Music Therapy at NYU.
The Women's Group presents The History of Tea on Tuesday, April 1st at the DCA.The History of Tea
Tuesday, April 1st
12:15 – 2:15pm luncheon
$10 DCA members, $15 public

Green tea or black tea? Herbal tea or oolong tea? Are you the type of person who enjoys a good cup of tea? Hear Betty Johnson of Bigelow Tea speak about the history of tea, how tea is processed, and the many health benefits that may just be new to you.