The Alpine Woman's Club was organized in October, 1914.The objectives of the Club are to promote the social, civic, educational and cultural advancement of the citizens of Alpine and to work with other organizations toward that end. We meet the third Tuesday of the month (September through June) at noon.
Everyone is welcome to join us!
The Alpine Woman’s Club’s next monthly luncheon is on Tuesday, November 19th at 12:00 noon. Our speaker will be Carroll Whitman from “Dress for Less”. She’ll share her expertise as a “treasure hunter” in finding awesome items of all kinds at Yard Sales and Thrift Stores. The Club’s 100th anniversary is in 2014 and our goal is to have 100 members! Please come and enjoy good food, our program, learn about the Club, and make new friends. Open to all East County women. The Club is located at 2156 Alpine Blvd., Alpine, CA 91901. To make a reservation, please contact Carlette Anderson at (619) 445-2055 or email at email@example.com
Christmas in Alpine Home Tour, December 14th - 10am to 3pm
|Address:||2156 Alpine Boulevard, Alpine, California 91901|
|Mailing Address:||P. O. Box 231, Alpine, California 91903|
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Alpine Chamber of Commerce The Chamber of Commerce site contains information pertaining to businesses and services in the Alpine community as well as general information regarding Alpine and the surrounding area.
Alpine Community Center The Alpine Community Center, a beautiful building with multi-purpose facilities, serves all residents of the Alpine area. Among the services provided through the Community Center are child-care facilities, senior nutrition and activities programs, a tennis court and facilities for meetings or celebrations. The facilities combine indoor and outdoor areas making the site a wonderful place to hold a wedding or a family outing as well as for businesses to conduct meetings. During the summer months outdoor concerts are held in the adjoining park on Sunday evenings. Food and beverages are available for purchase; however, admission to the concerts is free to all.
Alpine Branch Library The Alpine Branch Library hosts many community activities for all ages. Branch Manager, Elisabeth Newbold, has done an outstanding job of creating a learning and social environment. The library incorporates the newest focus on the needs of the community.
Alpine Kiwanis Kiwanis is an international organization devoted to the principle of service; to the advancement of individual community and national welfare; and to the strengthening of international goodwill. The name “Kiwanis” was adapted from the expression “Nunc Kee-wanis” in the Otchipew (Native American) language, meaning “We have a good time,” “We make a noise,” or “We trade or advertise.” The Alpine Kiwanis club was chartered on January 1, 1951. When the club was chartered, Alpine was a small community of about 2,000 residents. Interstate 8 was only on the drawing boards and the only way to travel east from San Diego was on Highway 80 which passed through the main street in the town of Alpine.
Alpine Bert Fuller VFW Post 9578 The Veterans of Foreign Wars organization has a rich tradition in enhancing the lives of millions through its community service programs and special projects. From providing free phone cards to our nation’s active-duty military personnel to raising money for the World War II memorial, the VFW is there, “honoring dead by helping the living." The Alpine Post’s Charter was signed January 13, 1973, and held their meetings at the Casino Inn on Old Highway 8. When the Post outgrew the Casino Inn, Tom Dyke generously donated his property at 844 Tavern Road to the Post. This site has become the Post’s permanent home.
Alpine HIstorical Society The Alpine Historical Society maintains two historic buildings on Tavern Road that serve as museums and house a wonderful collection of artifacts from the rich history of this mountain community. The Historical Society holds quarterly meetings at the Alpine Woman's Club Building and also has the museums open for all residents to visit on the last weekend of each month. The Woman's Club and the Historical Society work hand-in- hand to promote, enrich and preserve the history of Alpine.
CHIRP CHIRP (The Center to Help Instill Respect and Preservation for Garden Wildlife, Inc.) is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 educational organization. CHIRP’s mission is to teach and assist persons interested in gardening for wildlife—hummingbirds, butterflies, songbirds, etc. In May of each year CHIRP hosts the Sage and Songbirds Festival, with garden tours, a walk-thru butterfly habitat, plant sales and a variety of wonderful booths and educational exhibits. CHIRP is responsible for making Alpine the first Community Wildlife Habitat in the United States, as recognized by the National Wildlife Federation.
National Wildlife Federation The National Wildlife Federation website provides information to individuals and groups desiring to increase their knowledge of how to support wildlife in their homes and communities. It is an excellent source of information pertaining to everything from the needs of wildlife to how to preserve water.
San Diego East Visitor's Bureau This website provides everything one needs to know about San Diego’s East County, including the community of Alpine. Included in the website are sections on art and culture, an event calendar, member services, membership information, area attractions, fishing reports, golf tee-times, maps and tourism lines among other things.