Our Projects

Festival of the Arts

The festival celebrates the arts celebrates the art works from grade 7 through 12. Cash prizes are awarded to first, second, and third place. Grades 9 through 12 are invited to submit their artwork: painting, drawing, graphics, and jewelry. Students in seventh and eighth grade submit artwork in the categories of drawing and painting. The winners, their parents, and teachers are invited to attend this event. The winning students will have the opportunity to present their work.

Festival of the Arts Woman's Club of Royersford
Royersfords Night Out Woman's Club of Royersford

Royersford National Night Out

Our club participates in this annual free community event by maintaining a table, offering water to attendees and providing information about our club. It is always held on the first Tuesday in August.

Gardening at the Library

Our Garden Club plants and maintains seasonal gardens surrounding the entrance to the library for the enjoyment of all who visit there.

SF Senior High School Awards Woman's Club of Royersford

S-F High School Senior Scholarships

The Woman’s Club of Royersford has added a fourth scholarship award for 2024 the Musical Theatre Award. This award is to recognize and reward a Spring-Ford senior who has shown dedication and outstanding participation in any aspect of musical theatre production. Another scholarship is the Tammy Klotzbach-Levan Scholarship award that will be given in memory of our valued friend and member of the club who gave so generously of her time and talents in service to our community. This award will be presented to a Spring-Ford High senior who exemplifies extraordinary service to the Spring-Ford community. Also, the club will present 2 literary awards: one for written and spoken English and one for creative writing. These awards are given to deserving seniors each spring at the Spring-Ford Senior High School Commencement Awards Program.

This year at the Spring-Ford High School 2024 Commencement Award Ceremony, The Women’s Club of Royersford presented several awards. Dr. Elaine Meils presented the Creative Writing Award to Rebecca Riley , the Written/Spoken Award to Brayden Rush, the Musical Theatre Award to Chiara Carroll, the Excellence in Art Award to Molina Sawyers, and the Community Service Award given in memory of Tammy Klotzbach’s, who was a long-time member of the woman’s club and was dedicated to serving the community. This Community Service Award was given to Mayank Sengunta. Congratulations to these talented students.

Royersford Community Day

Our club maintains a table, offers information and raffle tickets for a prize awarded to a lucky winner during this event where local businesses, food vendors and community groups offer their wares along Main Street.

Royersford Community Day Woman's Club of Royersford

Serve Well Gardens

Farmer Pam has donated her green thumb and land to the Garden Club of the Woman’s Club of Royersford.  She has built and prepared four raised beds for the planting of vegetables that are donated to local pantries.

Our Fundraisers

Fashion Show & Luncheon

Our 2024 Springtime in a Victorian Garden Luncheon and Fashion Show showcased fashions from White House Black Market Outlet at Philadelphia Premium Outlets and Rust and Sparkle Boutique in Royersford. All who attended, enjoyed the event held at Chadwick's in Audubon. There were many winners for the 50/50, gift card tree, and raffle baskets. The decorations and atmosphere took us all back in time, especially "The Stroll through the Garden" contest. In addition, the profits from this fundraiser went to “The Wardrobe,” formerly “Wings for Success,” a Chester County non-profit organization whose mission is to empower women and girls in need to achieve career and economic stability through education, apparel and advocacy. Finally, an appreciative thank you to all the staff at Chadwick's, guests, and club members, who without their help, this show would not be possible.

fashion shoe 2024

Designer Bag Bingo

“Bingo! I won.” Join us on March 16 at the Friendship Fire Hall for designer purse bingo. In addition, there will be raffle baskets, door prizes, gift card tree and 50/50 drawing. This has been a sell-out event. Tickets must be purchased ahead of time via PayPal and Venmo. Click here for all the details.

designer bag bingo

Homes for the Holidays and Light the Night in the Twin Borough

Thank you to all who supported our Homes for the Holidays fundraiser, especially the wonderful homeowners who agreed to decorate and open their homes for the tour.  Everyone who toured the homes was truly impressed with the decorations and the features of each home.  Despite the weather, spirits were high and joyful.  Stayed tune for 2024!

Click here to see past tour pictures.

Home for the Holidays 2023

Additional fundraisers we host:

November Bazaar

Boscov's Day Coupons

Our Clubs:

Garden Club

Our Garden Club plants and maintains seasonal gardens surrounding the entrance to the library for the enjoyment of all visit there.

Library Gardening Woman's Club of Royersford
Book Club Woman's Club of Royersford

Book Club

This monthly book club features a wide variety of titles along with lively discussions followed by refreshment.  Members take turns hosting the meetings. This club meets on the first Tuesday of each month except for June, July, & August.

Rofo Zoomers Club

The Rofo Zoomers meet to discuss books suggested by members. We meet on the first Thursday of each month via Zoom and occasionally in person. We endeavor to keep our meeting to 1 hour and enjoy sharing our personal insights regarding the selection we've read. Participation is open to any who wish to read and be a part of the Rofo Zoomers. Click here for a list of book titles through February 2024

Walking & Hiking Club

The Walking and Hiking Club meets every Thursday morning!  Evelyn Dudonis and Gina Aiello will serve as Co-leaders.  Our mission is to connect with nature and each other as we achieve physical health and emotional wellness. If you are interested contact Evelyn at emdudonis@aol.com and she will add you to the list.


The Wine-Tasting Group offers opportunities to visit local vineyards and support these small businesses while enjoying each other’s company. If you are interested, contact Rita Wanner at rita.mercello@yahoo.com and she will add you to the list.

The Arts Interest Group

The Arts Interest Group mission is to provide a minimum of four opportunities each year to enjoy the arts. Kelly Stento has volunteered to chair this new group. If you are interested in this group, contact Kelly Stento.

Volunteering/ Hands-On

The Volunteering/Hands-On group will be seeking and assisting organizations that need a helping hand.  Please contact Katharine Nelson at katharinenelson1@gmail.com if you have expressed an interest in hands-on volunteering at Open Door, assisting at community events such as Easter Egg Hunt, Halloween parade, reading to children at elementary schools, and organizing children’s events at the library.

Hospitality - Sunshine

The Hospitality Club provides table decorations and flowers for members luncheons and new members.The Sunshine Club reaches out to shut-ins and members who are ill.

Vegetable Club

Under the leadership of Pam Silver, our Serve Well Gardens chairwoman and along with the help of her volunteers produced 107 pounds of vegetables for our local food pantry.

Guest Speakers:

Mr. Dudonis

Mr. Dudonis, Evelyn’s husband, is a beekeeper and a member of The Montgomery County Beekeeper’s Association of Pennsylvania.  He shared his wealth of knowledge about the bee’s life and the roles of the female, male and queen bees.  He showed some of his safety clothing he wears when he collects the honey.  All agreed that his information about the life was bees was very fascinating.

The Salvation Army

Wendy Egolf, Director of Housing Programs spoke about the various ways the Salvation Army is providing much needed services to people in our communities. The Salvation Army is combating poverty through a variety of programs.  One such program is the Pottstown Works that teaches people how to find employment by offering a 4-day active learning experience and connecting job seekers with employers as well as providing follow up to help new hires keep their jobs.    In addition, the Salvation Army helps the homeless find shelters and permanent housing.  The Pathway of Hope program is dedicated to breaking the cycle of crisis and poverty of the homeless. Currently in Montgomery County, 70 families are waiting for shelters.  For information on how you may help contact Wendy Egolf at egolf@use.salvationarmy.org.

Aditi Mangal

At our December’s meeting, Aditi Mangal, who is a senior at Spring-Ford High School, entertained us by playing Christmas songs on her violin. Her music filled the air with an atmosphere of joy. As we sang along to some Christmas Carols, everyone smiled and felt the spirit of Christmas. Aditi is a violinist in S-F Honor Ensemble. She is also the founder and president of Nonprofit: Instant Smile. Thank you, Aditi, for coming to our meeting.

December 2022 speaker
Julias Gems

Julia's Gems

Julia from Julia Gems spoke at our January meeting. Julia Gems is a family own business in Royersford. Julia shared her lifelong history with jewelry beginning with her early years working for her father. Julia loves transforming pieces of jewelry into custom designs. All designs, repairs, and restorations are done inhouse. Her passion for creating beautiful pieces of jewelry was very evident. Several of the club’s members spoke about their wonderful experiences with Julia as she transformed their inherited pieces of jewelry into custom designs. Julia invited everyone to stop by her store to get their rings cleaned and checked to make sure that the stones are secure.

Mayor Jenna

Our speaker for our February program was Royersford’s Mayor Jenna. She shared with us the upcoming happenings in Royersford. Everyone is excited about the opening of our Farmer’s Market this spring. Please reach out to the mayor if you able to volunteer to help with the farmer’s market.

In addition, she discussed the various phases for the development of the Royersford Riverfront. She also highlighted various businesses and restaurants for us to visit. With Mayor Jenna at the helm, Royersford continues to prosper and attract new businesses and people. Thank you, Mayor Jenna for all you do to for our community. We love you.

Mayor Jenna of Royersford | Women's Club of Royersford
Detective Guest Speaker

Detective Pam Methias

Kristina introduced our speaker for our March meeting, Pam Methias. She is a Berks County Detective who spoke about cyber security and how to be on guard from potential scammers and thieves who will steal your identity. She stressed that Medicare, Social Security, IRS, and Department of Motor Vehicles will never contact one by phone.

Also, do not open links from people or sources one does not know. She recommended that daily or several times a week, everyone should check their bank balances and credit card purchases to be on the lookout for unauthorized activity. She suggested that our credit card limits should be lowered as a protection against fraudulent purchases.

In addition, AARP’s website has great information on scams. Never, never let someone into your home that you did not schedule for an appointment because thieves impersonate employees from legitimate companies. Remember, when in doubt look up phone numbers rather than use the phone number provided as a way of checking sources. Finally, we should always instincts or gut. If it does not feel right, investigate.

Celebrating our 109 Anniversary with Local History. Several club members presented their families’ histories of life here in Royersford. Katharine Nelson presented the history of Nelson’s ice cream. Kathy Mills shared historical information about her grandfather’s barbershop. Rita Leary-Bullard informed us that her father had Bankers Bar which is now Velvet Lux Salon owned by Evelyn Dudonis’s daughter. Pat Weikel family owned a sporting goods store also located downtown

april meeting
Oct. Colleen 2023

Dr. Coleen Lelli

Spoke on Laurel House and domestic abuse.

Organizations We Support:

Royersford Free Public Library

Royersford Public Library Woman's Club of Royersford

Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels Woman's Club of Royersford

Saint Vincent de Paul

Society of St. Vincent de Paul Woman's Club of Royersford

Spring-Ford Historical Society

Spring-Ford Historical Society


Spring-Ford District Woman's Club of Royersford

Community Outreach

Community Outreach Woman's Club of Royersford

The Clinic

The Clinic Phoenixville Woman's Club of Royersford

Southeastern Veterans Center

Southeastern Veterans CEnter

You Are Worth It Foundation

You Are Worth It Foundation WCOR