The Women's City Club of Pasadena is in the historic Blinn House. Built in 1906, the house was designed by Chicago architect, George Washington Maher in the Prairie School House style and has maintained its elegance throughout the years. It contains three unique features: decorated glass windows, broken arches and Wisteria flower theme in all the glass inlays. The stunning fireplace in the living room, which looks like copper but is glass, is the centerpiece of the house and a favorite background for pictures.
In the spring the Wisteria vines bloom, and the house is bathed in shades of purples and periwinkle making it a beautiful setting for all occasions
The Women's City Club of Pasadena
was founded in 1945 by Gloria Gartz and eight forward-thinking women. For over 70 years, we have served our members and the Pasadena community by providing a place for women to gather and impact each other and our community in a meaningful way. Through the years, we have created a legacy of leadership.
The Women's City Club of Pasadena provides a wide variety of special events for our members, including holidays, educational, business and philanthropic activities. We provide a beautiful place for our members to host any of their life celebrations, to workshops and seminars, to private luncheons and business meetings. We cater to customizable private dining experiences, and we are famous for our signature popovers. The "WCC Touch" means that we cater to our members' needs and preferences by continually exceeding their expectations.