About Our Auction
The Woman's Club of Concord is located in the Chamberlin House, a high Victorian home bequeathed to the Club by Nellie Chamberlin in 1919, a victim of the Spanish flu. There was no endowment attached, however, and rentals pay for the costs to operate the home. During this pandemic, we have been unable to rent it out to our usual clients. We carefully manage our funds, but find during this emergency, we need to be more creative. This auction is being offered as a way our membership and the community beyond will support our activities.
About Woman's Club of Concord
The Woman’s Club of Concord, founded 1893, is a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to improving the lives of women in the greater Concord area through scholarships and housing, community activities and educational programs. The Club maintains the historic Chamberlin House at 44 Pleasant St. which is home to as many as four women in transition. It is also the site for community meetings and programs. Women who live or work in the greater Concord area are eligible for membership. Members are kept informed of club activities and, though, they do not have to participate to be members, it is hoped that they will participate in some aspect of the Club life to support the above activities.
2 books of photographs by Becky Field
"Different Roots, Common Dream" & Brand New "Finding Home"
A 2-hour guided boat tour on Squam Lake
This can be a lunch picnic or a cocktail cruise
A Cotton Touch Art Design Shawl and Necklace
Janice Severance, Personal Image Consultant
A gift certificate for One Reiki session
approximately One hour
a lithograph "Concord on the Merrimack"
A Quilt of Many Colors
100% cotton machine pieced & quilted 74" x 60"
A Round of Golf for 4 with Carts
iPhone 11 -- unopened, still in the box
Strive Indoor Cycling-5-class package
Up to 6 hours of Genealogy Research Skills
Where Did I Come From? Who are my Ancestors?