The American Women’s Club of The Hague is a home-away-from-home for Americans and English-speaking women from around the world. Founded in 1930, we are a volunteer-run organization with non-profit status with the Dutch government. We are dedicated to providing social and educational activities, and we actively engage in philanthropic and community service projects in The Hague, throughout the Netherlands, and globally.
The AWC Clubhouse, centrally located in the Statenkwartier, is the venue for many of the Club’s activities. These include General Meetings, craft groups, monthly Book Clubs, philanthropic events, as well as potlucks, wine tastings, and seasonal gatherings.
Don’t miss out on our semi-annual Kick Offs and annual Holiday Bazaar. We also host philanthropic special events that donate a portion of the proceeds to charity. View our Events page or calendar for more details.
Come for a visit!
If you have questions about Membership or any other aspect of the Club, don’t hesitate to call or visit during regular Club hours. Our Front Office is manned on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Summer hours: Jul 2 – Aug 12th Tues (10am-2pm)
If the Front Office is closed please email us or leave a message, and someone will get back to you as soon as possible.
Become a Member
You don’t need to be an American to join! Membership is available to you if you are at least 18 years of age, hold a US passport or are married to a US citizen or have an affinity with the US. Apply today.
Read the latest monthly magazine!
Members receive our fun and informative magazine, Going Dutch, an English-language magazine published from September through June (Eight issues per year) by the American Women’s Club of The Hague. The magazine acts as a bridge between expatriate Americans and the Dutch community. Circulation varies between 300-400 recipients per month, which includes our membership as well as organizations throughout the local community. View and Download your copy today.
The AWC Rose
Its stem symbolizes continuity with the past. Its leaves, those who work with you. The thorns, the difficult decisions you have to make. The flower is the result of your efforts, its color the delicacy with which you accomplish your task. –