Brown County Pioneer Women's Club
The Pioneer Woman:
A woman who goes before,
preparing the way for others to follow.
The Pioneer Women practice and teach the domestic frontier crafts: spinning, weaving, knitting, quilting and basketry to name only a few.
The Pioneer Women's Club functions as a complimentary group within the Brown County Historical Society. They meet each Wednesday at the Brown County Historical Society, 90 E. Gould Street from 9 a.m. to noon.
Each Wednesday the PWC has a different focus.
First Wednesday - Members work on their personal projects.
Second Wednesday - A program/lesson is presented.
Third Wednesday - Members work on club projects to place in the gift shop.
Fourth Wednesday - The PWC business meeting is held at 10 a.m., followed by dessert.
Interested women are encouraged to call 812-988-2899 and leave their contact information. A member will be in contact to answer any questions and extend an invitation for you to visit the club. The PWC membership dues are $10 a year.
The PWC has many opportunities to participate in Historical Society and community events throughout the year. They are always looking forward to developing new friendships, sharing experiences, and especially learning from others.
The Pioneer Women also make a quilt each year to be raffled at the Quilt Show in June.
Our Gift Shop now takes credit cards!
Come join us on Wednesday's at the Brown County History Center, located in Downtown Nashville, across from the Pioneer Village.