Tuesday, March 12, 2019 - 6:30 p.m at the Clubhouse. In celebration of Women's History Month, Dorothy Butler Gilliam, making history with her Groundbreaking Memoir.

Contact the Club office (202-332-6770) to reserve early.

The 2019-2020 Scholarship Application process is in progress.  Please contact our office if you have any questions.

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Meet our proud ANWC Scholarship Winners from last year.

Riddhi Sarkar, American Univ., Felicia Kalkman, George Washington Univ. and Courtney Rozen, American University.

Programs 2018

Some fabulous programs featuring barrier breaking speakers are in the works this year. Please continue to check in and see what we have in store for you.

Tuesday, March 13, 2018, 6:30 p.m., Howard Kurtz and his take on the media in the age of Trump. 


PAST PROGRAMS: January 24, Washington insider Sally Quinn on her book "Finding Magic", Liza Mundy's November 16 "Code Girls" book discussion was very special. If you joined us October 4 for State of Education with Politico's Kimberly Hefling and Laura McGiffert Slover, CEO of Centerpoint Education, it was a stellar event.



2017-2018 Membership Renewals are out. If you did not receive yours, you can download here: http://anwc.com/membership-renewal/  Send in your renewal today!

Meet our Interns

Blair Abington, Lily Chorches, Gianna Rago and Shelby Weathers from AU's Washington Mentorship Program.

 Historic Clubhouse

The ANWC Clubhouse is located at 1607 22nd Street,NW, Washington, DC on Embassy Row and two blocks from the Dupont Circle metro. Street parking is available depending upon time of day and there are parking garages in the neighborhood.

Club Hours: M, T, W, F 10:30 am - 2:30 PM Phone: 202-332-6770, Email: anwclub@comcast.net

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Scholarship Winners 2017

(left to right) Pres.NPC, Jeff Ballou, Scholarship winners Lauren Sullivan (George Mason University) and Makeda Francis, (Howard University), ANWC EIJ honoree Susan Page and ANWC Pres. Helen R. White

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History in the Making: Cranford House

 Cranford House: Home to the American News Women's Club

ANWC is located at 1607 22nd Street, NW, Washington, DC 20008 at 22nd Street and Florida Ave., on Embassy Row between the Bulgarian and Estonian Embassies.  For use for an event contact cranfordhouse@anwc.org. Regular  office hours are Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 10a-4p and move to summer hours in June. Call us at 202-332-6770 or e-mail us anwclub@comcast.net. Street parking is available but limited depending on time of day. Parking garages are nearby on Mass. Avenue. Allow yourself time to park.


The Trupps, with Sandy Trupp as our revered member and her husband Phil and daughters make membership for the ANWC a family affair. Contact the Club office if you are interested in becoming an esteemed member.

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Contact Us

The American News Women's Club
1607 22nd Street, NW
Washington, DC 20008
Phone: (202) 332-6770
Fax: (202) 265-6092
E-mail: anwclub@comcast.net

The clubhouse is located on Embassy Row, two blocks northwest of the Dupont Circle Metro exit, between the intersection of Massachusetts and Florida Avenues. R Street immediately north of the clubhouse is a one way street running west. Although 22 Street is a two-way street, it may not be entered from the intersection of Massachusetts and Florida Avenues.

From Massachusetts and Florida Ave, continue north on Florida. Make your first left at the light on R Street Proceed half a block to 22nd Street. Make a left onto 22nd.The clubhouse is the third townhouse on the left hand side. We have a brass plaque out front with The American News Women’s Club.1607 22nd Street N.W.

Directions from the Metro
The ANWC metro stop is Dupont Circle on the red line. Using the north exit from the underground, go west on "Q" Street two blocks to Massachusetts Avenue. In the second block on your right, you will pass the Phillips Gallery, then the Cosmos Club as you round the corner onto Massachusetts Avenue.

At the light, Massachusetts Avenue, 22nd Street, and Florida Avenue intersect. Cross Florida Avenue to the island dividing Florida from 22nd Street. Turn right on 22nd Street. The clubhouse is the third building on the right, a red brick townhouse with double green doors and a brass plaque which says: American News Women's Club.

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