Book Clubs

Our Book Clubs are part of our Literacy Committee. Literacy has been a core mission of the Woman’s Club of Red Bank since 1896. The club was first formed as a literary society. Paired with community service, another core mission, the members of our Woman’s Club began to teach women in the community how to read. Today “literacy” has a broader meaning. It is still part of our mission statement, but it also encompasses scholarship programs, supporting local authors, promoting our community partner, the Red Bank Public Library, and now our Book Club. We invite you to join the Woman’s Club and support “modern literacy” with us.

Woman's Club Book Club

We now have 2 Book Clubs!

Woman’s Club of Red Bank Book Club

This quarterly book club is organized by Vikki Hurley-Schubert. Meetings held from 7-9pm. Check our calendar.

2023 What We’re Reading

January Book 1
  • FEB 15th:Unorthodox” and “Exodus Revisited” by Deborah Feldman. A fab story about self-discovery that focuses on finding one’s identity and being comfortable in your own skin plus dealing with family trauma and the Holocaust. 
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All members are welcome to join us.

Announcements about our book club readings and meetings will be on our BLOG, FaceBook, and our newsletter.

Red Bank Reckless Women Book Club

This monthly book club is organized by Erin MacDonald. Book Club meetings take place on the 2nd Thursday of the Month from 6-10pm.

2023 What We’re Reading

JANUARY BOOK
  • JAN: “The House in the Cerulean Sea” by TJ Klune.
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ESO Honary Literacy Society

The national federation of Women’s Clubs the General Federation of Women’s Clubs, GFWC (gfwc.org), offers a book club/society with an extensive reading list. The Epsilon Sigma Omicron (ESO) Honorary Literary Society is open to all paying GFWC federated club members. ESO provides clubwomen with a structured reading program that is educational and stimulates a desire for self-improvement. More information about Epsilon Sigma Omicron on gfwc.org , the GFWC ESO Book Club on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/2413914352159426/ or download the 2020-2022 reading list PDF.


Host Your Book Club in our Clubhouse

We welcome local book clubs to join the Woman’s Club of Red Bank as community partners and host your book club in our beautiful historic clubhouse, The Reckless Estate. At least one person must become a member – find out how to join the Woman’s Club.


Recognizing Member Authors

We invite members who have written books to share their titles with us. We can list your book here, you can add it to your Directory listing, and/or a spotlight on our blog, social media, and e-newsletter!

More about Modern Literacy and our Literacy Committee