Artful Dodgers Enjoy the full spectrum of the arts scene in the Greater Toronto Area. We have been behind the scenes at the ROM, AGO, and the Design Exchange, tours of private collections, and Hands-on mono-print-making with Japanese papers, theater and musical excursions. We have seen great works of art and enjoyed exquisite Mennonite quilts and antique textiles and artifacts. We do it all and then we enjoy lunch.
Bunco Come out and join us for a unique dice game where even if you are the loser you win a prize. It is a time of laughter, fun and lunch with friends.
Casual Connections One-time get-togethers organized by any member through the Interest Group Chair.
Book Groups There are two AWCT book groups – Uptown-North and Downtown – location is up to a member’s convenience.
Downtown Book Group The Downtown Book Group meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month at a member's home for interesting discussions of books we have selected for the year at our December potluck. Brown bag lunch follows all other meetings. New members are always welcome.
Uptown — North Book Group The Uptown North Book Group meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month for lively discussions on all genres of books, lunch and casual conversation. We welcome all book lovers.
Downtown Coffee An informal social gathering meets currently at Nespresso in Yorkville to shoot the breeze and get acquainted with each other. The group meets once a month on a Friday morning.
Evenings Out Once a month, AWCT members meet for casual gathering at a Toronto bar for drinks (alcoholic or non-alcoholic) and convivial conversation. It is open to all members, but we're especially trying to connect with members who, for a variety of reasons, cannot make the AWCT daytime meetings.
Golf The golf group meets weekly during the summer on Thursday mornings from mid-May to September at a public golf course in Richmond Hill. We welcome non-member friends of members who wish to join us.
Herstory The Herstorians are the keepers of the club's archives. With the completion of our book project for the club's 100th birthday, we will now focus on other ways to make the club's history meaningful for our members.
Knitting Whether you want to learn how to knit, strengthen your skills, or just enjoy your knitting passion, we are for you. Along the way you’ll have a great time socializing and making new friends.
Movies Join us on the first Tuesday of each month at SilverCity in Richmond Hill for an early movie, followed by interesting and provocative discussions at dinner.
New Ideas in 2018-1019 Interest Group Chair Linda Stewart (email@example.com) is looking for conveners for two proposed groups, Explorers and Evening Book Group.
Explorers would be outings arranged by various members to places of interest anywhere in the GTA. It was formerly Northern Explorers, but we don’t want to limit ourselves to one area. Members pay their own admission where applicable and often lunch together. Scheduling is flexible, and we are happy for suggestions that may interest you!
Evening Book Group would be for book lovers who find evenings meetings more convenient. The group can decide on times, locations, choice of books and how often to meet.