The Village Club offers abundant opportunities to create meaningful relationships, enrich your life with social events and educational experiences, and give back to the community.
The mission of The Village Club is to provide a unique private club experience and a gracious, friendly environment for it’s members while offering cultural, social and philanthropic opportunities, as well as casual and fine dining.
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The Village Club's current clubhouse was originally a multi-level country home known as Robin Hood's Barn owned by the Winningham family.
The Village Woman's Club was incorporated in May of 1956 as a charitable and educational organization. At this time, the Club rented space from the Martha Baldwin House in Birmingham.
Robin Hood's Barn was sold.
The Village Woman's Club purchased the Winningham House. Renovations were made to allow space for dining, classes, programs and social events.
The Village Woman's Club Foundation was established with the restating of The Village Woman's Club Articles of Incorporation.
The Cottage was found to be in need of repairs, which were made possible by contributions from the members to a special fund called Gifts from the Heart.
To address the expanding needs of the members, a major renovation was completed. It included the Wyatt Terrace for dining and entertaining.
The educational, philanthropic, and social principles upon which the Club was founded remain the focus of the Club today.
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The manner of dress shall be governed by good taste and in keeping with the character of the Club. Business casual attire and tasteful denim are appropriate. Jogging suits, cargo pants, and printed t-shirts are not acceptable. During the late spring, summer and early fall months, country club golf attire is permitted. Exceptions may be made for special occasions.
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For your convenience, we accept Visa, Mastercard and American Express credit card payments. A 3% surcharge will be charged on all credit card transactions.
All cell phones and other electronic devices must be in silent or vibrate mode while on Club property. Texting, emailing and reading are permitted in all areas of the Club provided such use does not impact the Club experience for others. Voice calls are not permitted in public areas of the Club.
Barrier Free Environment
If you need special assistance entering, exiting, or moving throughout the Club, please visit or call the Reception Desk at 248.644.3450.
While pets are not allowed on Club property, service dogs are always welcome.