Founded in 1926, we are one of the oldest non-profit civic organizations in the State of Florida.


The Venice-Nokomis Woman’s Club, one of the oldest not-for-profit civic organizations in the State of Florida, was founded in 1926 by Louella Albee. An early initative was to establish a public library for residents of Venice, Nokomis, Osprey and Englewood.

Caribbean Nights Party

Put on your tropical attire and hit the dance floor with us  at the American Legion 1770 Venice Ave on FEBRUARY 28 6-10 PM!  Featuring  an appetizer & dessert buffet, cash bar,  dancing, and 50/50 raffles.   $40 per person to benefit VENICE URBAN FOREST  

Member Meet-Up at Snook Haven

VNWC members enjoying lunch at Snook Haven on February 1, 2023.   Did you miss this outing? Well, you can have one of your own.  Head on down to Snook Haven on Wednesdays in February to listen to the Suncoast Swing Band at noon. (Entertainment is weather-permitting.) Learn more about it …

Louella Albee Presentation

VNWC  Members and board attended  October’s  Venice Area Historical Society presentation  by Tom Bowers  on Louella Albee, the foundress of the Venice Nokomis Woman’s Club back in 1926.   Tom had a rousing slide show of how Louella was not only the life partner in all of Dr Fred Albee’s …

September Meeting Highlights

Left to right: Kathy Price, Programs & Hospitality; Phil Ellis, speaker; Joan Brinton, First Vice President/ Membership; Laura Jo, Fundraising & Special Events. Phil Ellis, a member of Venice Area Beautification Inc.  ( VABI), presented a video of VABI by Greg Vine with an explanation of Venice’s Urban Forest. VABI …


“These panels are from the Venice Museum & Archives’ exhibit entitled the Venice-Nokomis Woman’s Club: Over 90 Years Serving the Community that ran from March to July 2018.”  LEARN MORE ABOUT THE MUSEUM

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