Members are invited to attend the CREW Philadelphia Annual Meeting to hear from your Chapter leaders about the state of the Chapter and what to look forward to next year!
The meeting will begin with cocktails at 5:30pm and program at 6:00pm. Refreshments and light hors d’oeuvres will be served. This will also conclude voting for our 2020 Board of Directors. Ballots will be available for your completion. Online voting is open through 3:00 p.m. on September 17th. Click here to cast your ballot online»
Please bring a gift card in any denomination for the gift card tree that will be raffled at our Annual Fall Luncheon!
Business casual clothing is the minimum required dress for The Racquet Club. Tee shirts, jeans, hooded sweatshirts, sweat pants, tank tops, tank-style undershirts, jogging tops on men, halter or jogging tops on women, clothing carrying inappropriate messages, ripped, torn, or frayed clothing, extremely casual or beach footwear (men’s sandals, “flip flops”, etc.), spandex, and lycra are not permitted.
COST: Free for CREW Members Only
Reservations requested by 4pm Monday, September 16th.
Walk-in members welcome!
The Racquet Club of Philadelphia
215 South 16th Street
About The Racquet Club of Philadelphia
Founded in 1882 and incorporated in 1889, The Racquet Club of Philadelphia continues to be one of the most prestigious private city clubs in North America. The Club started its life in a modest facility at 923 Walnut Street, but under the leadership of George D. Widener, The Racquet Club of Philadelphia’s clubhouse was designed and relocated to its current 16th street location by the famed architect, Horace Trumbauer.
The design was a simple, yet elegant five story brick-and-marble structure in the newly fashionable Georgian Revival style. Historian Nathaniel Burt described the new 1907 Clubhouse as “by far the best appointed…of all Philadelphia clubs.” The clubhouse is one of the first reinforced concrete structures designed in Philadelphia, and also includes the first above grade swimming pool, designed by the noted bridge builders, Roebling Construction Company. The building’s red-brick Georgian design is evocative of historic Philadelphia, and the Clubhouse was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.