Woman’s Club of Mesa – Mesa, AZ

200 N. MacDonald
Mesa, AZ  852001-3935

Contact for Rental Information:
Carol Joyner,  Administrator
480-964-8537

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Constructed in 1931, the Mesa Woman’s Club is a Spanish Colonial Revival style building located in the city of Mesa, AZ. The clubhouse is located at 200 North MacDonald. The clubhouse was a center of social and civic activity for many women residing in Mesa whose influence was felt throughout the community.  The clubhouse is now the property of the General Federation of Women’s Club – Arizona. It is also referred to as the GFWC Arizona Headquarter building.   It is used by the federation for their district and state board meetings.

The interior is an open hall/auditorium with a stage on the north of the main room. The building is handicap accessible and contains 3 restrooms and a full-size kitchen. The main room has hardwood floors and chandeliers and a fireplace that add to the historic feel of the room. There is a concert grand piano in the main room for use for recitals.

The clubhouse is available for rentals for meetings, weddings, receptions and recitals. Tables and chairs are available for use. The kitchen can be used to warm and serve food, but no cooking is allowed. There is no alcohol allowed on the premises but a champagne toast is allowed for receptions.  No-smoking is permitted  on the premises or in the building.  Maximum capacity for the building is 150.

Foyer Entry
Entry Foyer

Meeting Room
Meeting Room

Stage Area - 2015

 

 

 

 

 

Stage Area

Kitchen - 2015

 

 

 

 

Kitchen