The ideals around which The Twentieth Century Club was founded inspire today’s members and guests. The Club’s popularity as a membership organization and event venue reflects its storied history as many arts and cultural organizations, educational institutions, and regional businesses gather at the TCC for performances, fundraisers, and conferences.
The Club has reciprocal agreements with clubs throughout the Pittsburgh area, across the country, in London and Paris. The TCC offers its members programs to satisfy varied interests. Cultural programs include daytime and evening lectures by well-known Pittsburghers in the literary, entertainment and civic fields; musical concerts, brunches and dinners, holiday celebrations, bridge parties and lessons as well as day and multi-day domestic and international trips.
The long-running Monday morning lecture series is the core around which other activities and classes revolve – a book discussion group, a stock and investment club, theater appreciation groups, concerts, bridge parties and lessons, and a wide variety of day and multi-day domestic and international trips centered on art, literature and music. The Archives committee researches the Twentieth Century Club building, its members, and the furniture and accessories, as well as leading tours of the Club. The monthly birthday table celebrates member birthdays.
Many of today’s Club members have active careers in Pittsburgh’s legal, financial, academic and museum circles, but still find time to participate in and contribute to Club activities and its long history of promoting women. Other members are active in civic and community affairs.
Membership is by referral by a current club member. However, those interested in membership may be introduced to a member for a referral. Visit Membership for details.Become a Member