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Member Benefits

The Village Club is a private city club which offers fine dining, cultural, educational, social and philanthropic opportunities. Individuals are sponsored for membership based on letters of recommendation and endorsement from current members. For more information, please contact our Membership & Communications Administrator, Kim Soncrainte at (248) 644-3450 or [email protected].

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Come and see why The Village Club was voted the best Suburban Detroit Private Club five years in a row by the readers of Hour Detroit magazine!

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Our dedicated staff can be easily reached to answer questions about membership, weddings, events or anything else.
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Formed in 1956, the Village Club has occupied its current location at 190 East Long Lake Road (just east of Woodward Ave.) in Bloomfield Hills since 1962. If you have ever been to a wedding or other event at The Village Club, you know that our clubhouse is tastefully decorated and our award-winning Executive Chef provides an outstanding array of fabulous dishes for your dining pleasure. What you may not know is that The Village Club also offers:


Village Club members also have dining privileges at Great Oaks Country Club in Rochester. In addition, members have reciprocity with 32 clubs all over the United States, as well as four clubs in England and France. The Village Club is a proud member of International  Associate Clubs (IAC) which entitles our members to reciprocity at over 250 additional Clubs Worldwide. 

Membership Fees

Please click here for membership fee information. For more information, please contact our Membership & Communications Administrator,
Kim Soncrainte at (248) 644-3450 or [email protected].

Classes and Individual programs

Exciting classes and lectures with prominent speakers are offered year-round at the Club. Diverse subject areas such as art, literature, history and world affairs, gardening, decorating, finance, exercise, bridge, Mah Jongg are just some of the topics offered by the Club. We encourage non-members to take one of our classes. Many members first came to know and appreciate The Village Club by taking a class or attending a lecture.

Social Events

Theme parties, road rallies, fashion show luncheons, holiday festivities, family nights, jazz nights, and elegant balls are all part of the social life at The Village Club. Special events are also scheduled throughout the year, including day trips, overnight and extended travel, duplicate and contract bridge, theater excursions, etc.

Clubs within the Club

Members with similar interests plan activities and gatherings. We have bridge leagues, a Mah Jongg group, a euchre club, a bourbon club, a culinary club, an adventure club, a ladies & men's book club, and a men’s luncheon group.


All members of The Village Club are automatically members of The Village Club Foundation, which offers financial support in the form of grants, to qualified non-profit organizations throughout the tri-county area.


There are more than 25 committees at the Club to get involved with if you are interested. Our Club is governed by our members for our members.



Form friendships in a vibrant, accomplished, supportive community as you enjoy a full calendar of social and dining events, wellness offerings, travel, and adventure opportunities.



Registration and Classes Catalogue



We look forward to welcoming you to fall classes at The Village Club. Topics range from the Brigg’s Estate and Hamtramck, to African musical instruments and Big Bands, from Pearl Harbor and the Battle of Midway, to a presentation by a retired Navy fighter pilot who will explain his personal combat experience as a Top Gun in Vietnam.

Art historian Wendy Evans returns to The Village Club to discuss The British Royals and Elizabeth II who celebrated her Platinum Jubilee this year. New this year are essential oils and charcuterie classes where participants will be able to take home a jar of organic body butter and their own charcuterie board masterpiece.

Those who enjoy literature will be delighted with the books chosen for The Readers and Film 101 enthusiasts will enjoy the film discussion series on the Academy Awards Feature Film winners. Knitting, bridge workshops, yoga and mat Pilates fitness classes continue to be popular, catering to multiple skill levels. As a reminder, business casual attire is appropriate, as is tasteful denim.

Winter-Spring 2023 classes offer you opportunities to pause, learn, listen, and share with friends. We look forward to seeing you!

classes catalogue

Classic Catalogue

Click here to view the Fall 2023 Classes Catalogue.

Registration Information

Click here for the Registration Form.

Class Registration

Online: Members only (sign onto your private TVC site.)

(248) 644-3450

[email protected]

190 E. Long Lake Road, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304

In Person:
See Club receptionist



Members, their spouses, and reciprocal club members (Great Oaks Country Club) will be billed on their monthly statements after the class has begun.


The rate for non-members is noted in the class catalogue, and full payment is due at the time of registration in the form of a check payable to The Village Club.

Materials Fee:

If a materials fee is charged, it is to be paid directly to the instructor in cash at the first session.


A full refund will be issued for any class canceled by The Village Club. Registrants will be notified by phone or email if a class is canceled.

Withdrawing From a Class

A request to withdraw from a class must be received in the office at least two days prior to the start of the class in order to receive a full refund. Refunds cannot be given after that time as instructors have been retained and other registrants have committed to the class.

General Information

Additional classes may be offered after the publication of this catalogue. They will be announced in our weekly eblast, on our website and app.