Join us for the 2020:


Run or walk your way to the finish line to help raise money for the Holly Club. Money raised will go to scholarships for high school seniors and many other organizations and projects in and around Wrentham.

Awards, Raffles, Music and much more!

$35 Registration. $20 for kids 17 & under

Register by March 10th and receive a free race T-Shirt and raffle ticket.


The Holly Club Hustle 5K 2019 Sponsors

The Holly Club would like to thank everyone for participating in the Holly Club 5th Annual Hustle! The day would not have been possible without all of our amazing runners, volunteers, sponsors and supporters who were a part of the event! We are grateful for all of and we look forward to seeing you again next year!

The Holly Club of Wrentham was organized in 1898. The club was named when a group of women, seeking to begin a women's club, met in December and noticed the bowl of holly on the table. The decision was made to take the name The Holly Club.

This club is dedicated to social services, civic activities and a broader fellowship among women. Affiliated with the General Federation of Women's Clubs of Massachusetts, and the General Federation of Women's Clubs, the Holly Club is open to all women regardless of race, color or creed.

In broadening our membership base, we become aware of other groups, other needs, other ways in which we can become involved and make a difference in the world, sometimes in small ways, sometimes in larger ways.

Any woman interested in the objectives and work of the club is invited to attend a meeting and/or become a member. Please contact our Membership Chairperson, Shila Duffy at (978) 815-2437.

Get in Touch

The Holly Club of Wrentham
P.O. Box 1091
Wrentham, MA

The Holly Club Supports the Following

Some of the area programs that the
Holly Club supports or recently supported include:

  • College Scholarships for Wrentham High School Students
  • Wrentham Food Pantry - Holiday Gifts, Monthly Food Donations
  • Valentine Bouquets to Residents of Wrentham Nursing Homes
  • Donations to Veterans
  • Baking cookies for Wrentham Senior Center Meal Program
  • New Hope Shelter and its Programs
  • KP Senior All Night Party
  • DECA
  • Gilly's House
  • MassStar
  • Dare Program
  • Wrentham Elementary Schools - Camp Bournedale Scholarship, Automated External Defibrillators AED, Arbor Day Tree Project
  • Camperships for Various Wrentham Youth Activities
  • Fiske Library Summer Reading Program
  • Wrentham Public Health Nurses Fund
  • Donations Toward Cancer Research
  • Club’s 100thAnniversary Project: Restoration of Town Gazebo


Meetings are monthly from October through May on the first Tuesday, unless otherwise noted. Along with club business discussion, we have special interest programs each month such as health, financial, gardening, craft night and cooking demonstrations. Refreshments are provided by the monthly refreshment committee.

October 1, 2019

6:30 PM – Congregational Church


November 5, 2019

6:30 PM –
Fiske Library

Sheila Shea –  Former GFWC International President

November 13, 2019

6:30 PM –
Fiske Library – Public Invited

Scott Erskine - photographer  – presents Acadia National Park

January 7, 2020

6:30 PM –
Fiske Library  

Winter Festival Soup & Salad – Paper Bag Auction

January 15, 2020

6:30 PM – Fiske Library - Public Invited

James Redfearn - author – presents his latest novel An Appointed Time

February 4, 2020

6:30 PM - Fiske Library

Bob Gaudreau - Falun Dafa Association of New England –  Introduction to the practice of Falun Gong

March 3, 2020

6:30 PM – Fiske Library

Massachusetts Vest-A-Dog – Canine Handler Demonstration

April 7, 2020

6:30 PM  – Congregational Church

President’s Night – King Philip World Percussion Steel Drum & African Drum Band

Quilters of Valor –Freedom Quilt Presentation

APRIL 2, 2019

6:30 PM Fiske Library

DIY Tips for Great Photos

Photography by Casey-Karen Ward

APRIL 7, 2019


263 Shear Street, Wrentham MA  (The Tavern Wrentham)

Register by March 16, 2019 for a free Tshirt!



Town afghan for sale.  Our colorful Tapestry Afghan has the Town Gazebo in the center surrounded by scenic drawings of Lake Pearl and Sheldonville, along with a few different historical properties and monuments in Wrentham. Cost $50.00.

During the Christmas season, afghans and ornaments will be available each Saturday morning from Thanksgiving through Christmas at the post office

For more information on how to purchase the afghan or ornaments, please contact Kim Sviontek, Holly Club Product Sales, Phone: (508) 384-5373, e-mail:

Wrentham Ornaments

Eight years ago the club began selling a series of ornaments depicting various Wrentham landmarks. They make a wonderful remembrance set or are great as individual ornaments.

We offer the following:

  • The Town Gazebo
  • Old Fiske Library, dated 2007
  • Proctor Mansion, dated 2008
  • Cook's Hall, dated 2009
  • The Big Apple
  • Lake Pearl
  • 1910 depiction of Wrentham Center
  • Welcome to Wrentham Sign
  • King Philip Pride

The new "King Philip Pride" ornament is now available. All Ornaments are available for $12.00 each

Ornament contact Patty Provencher 508-944-2006


New Prints Available

The club is now offering framed prints of our "Historic Afghan, "Tapestry Afghan" and the Lake Pearl design featured on our newest ornament. They are available framed for $15.00, unframed for $5.00 and may be purchased by contacting Stephanie Raho, Treasurer, Holly Club Product Sales, Phone: (508) 384-7235, e-mail:

Afghans, ornaments and prints will also be available each Saturday morning from Thanksgiving through December 21st at the post office.


New Prints: contact Patty Provencher 508-944-2006