The Oak Brook Women's Club is an organization dedicated to its members as a source of information, support group, social networking, and entertainment.


For 57 years, Oak Brook Women’s Club has continued its founding mission to bring the women of Oak Brook together in friendship. Our Activity Groups are a great way to bond with old friends and make new friends along the way while you enjoy what you are passionate about!



The purpose of this organization shall be to foster and cultivate the social and educational relations of the members, to encourage closer personal acquaintances and to promote and encourage improvements in our Village.



See where we have been featured and what we are known for.  OBWC has been published in several Chicagoland Publications.


View our current and past newsletters below.

March Newsletter

Janet Smith-Peterson is a Native American gallery owner whose mission is to preserve Native American arts and to promote Native American artists. Since opening her gallery in 1984, Janet has offered the finest authentic Native American collections of jewelry and arts and crafts created by living artists. She also carries a curated collection of vintage and estate items.

April Newsletter

Damian Espinosa is a jazz pianist who has played all over the United States with the Chris Greene Quartet, vocalist Heather Moran, and Second City. He consistently performs all around the Chicagoland area including the Jazz Showcase, The Green Mill, Winter’s Jazz Club, and Andy’s Jazz Club. Damian has a BA in Piano Performance from Creighton University, a Master of Music from both the University of New Mexico and the University of Chicago

May Newsletter

Randy is an accomplished vocalist who has been playing in the Chicagoland area for the past seven years. He does solo shows, duo, and trio acts, and his band “Vintage Vinyl” does a Burt Bacharach tribute show. Randy is also the lead vocalist for "Soul Vaccination", a thirteen-piece soul and punk band.

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The OBWC is an organization dedicated to the women of this exciting community of Oak Brook.