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A Membership of Possibility

Since its inception, the Century Club of Rochester has served as an energetic center of social activity, learning, network building, and community development. Our membership draws together a diverse group of women with a common goal of improving the lives of

others through outreach, fundraising, and event planning.

What possibilities does membership have in store for you?


Benefits of Membership

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​Membership with The Century Club of Rochester enables you to connect with those who understand the challenges of being a woman—personally & professionally. Some members have completed their careers and are now mentors who donate significant time to community projects and club activities. Other members are working leaders and professionals who value being part of a women’s organization rich with tradition. Membership will allow you to harness the power of the Century Club network. Similarly, membership can serve to expose you to new organizations, people, activities and continued learning.

Benefits Include:

  • Network at our no-cost monthly cocktail party 

  • Informative and entertaining dinner programs featuring outstanding speakers and performers 

  • Traditional club events held annually such as the President's Tea, Strawberry Rose Luncheon, Summer Clambake and more 

  • Family holiday celebrations such as the Harvest Dinner, Winter Candlelight Dinner, Brunches and more 

  • Day trips to events and celebrations planned by our social coordinators 

  • Use of Century Club Library 

  • Participation in private games hosted by club members 

  • Hosting events including business meetings, private dinners, parties, weddings, and more. Members receive discounted rates from our catering partners at The Strathallan Hotel 

  • Complimentary use of the Strathallan Hotel pool and fitness center 

Download our Member Benefits Flyer Below: 

Member Benefits


Club Amenities

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  • Use of the facility for business or group meetings as well as private parties 

  • Catering partnership with The Strathallan Hotel providing breakfast, lunch, and dinners for all occasions 

  • Planned activities to accommodate members, their families, and other guests 

  • Reciprocal privileges at a various local city and country clubs 

  • Calendar of lectures, musical performances, and other social activities 

  • The Century Club exhibits wonderful artwork. Works are featured throughout the property. Club owned pieces are featured in the West Parlor


Hosting an Event

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  • Members enjoy the ability to host a variety of events in our gracious mansion 

  • Members have access to professional event coordinators to assist with planning your event 

  • Discounted pricing with our catering partners at The Strathallan Hotel 

  • Staffing and Event Management provided by The Strathallan Hotel 

  • Ability to share your venue and catering discount with approved outside organizations

Recipricol Agreements

Recipricol Agreements


Your Century Club membership allows you to make dining reservations at the clubs listed below. Each participating

club will have its own regulations as to reciprocal agreements and when outside reservations can be made. Be sure to call in advance and have your membership card and photo ID. We kindly ask that billing be handled at the time of your visit.

Champion Hills Golf Club

Genesee Valley Club 

Locust Hill Golf & Country Club

Monroe County Golf & Country Club

Oak Hill Country Club

Rochester Yacht Club

The Century Club of Syracuse

Canandaigua Yacht Club


Utilizing your reciprocal benefits is a fabulous way to see unique & historic local clubs,

meet new people, and enjoy delicious cuisine!


Interested in Membership?

Members have sought to raise the standards of the Club beyond that of purely social organization.

The Century Club strives to factor into the social, cultural, intellectual, and community life of Rochester.

Please contact our Membership Chair: 

Allyn Van Dusen


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