In compliance with the Governor’s limitations on public gatherings, the Ypsilanti Ladies’ Literary Club’s clubhouse will be closed for the foreseeable future. When we are allowed to reopen, we will follow the CDC’s recommendations for cleaning, sanitizing and social distancing.
Please consult this website for updates. In the meanwhile we hope that you will remain safe and well and look forward to seeing you when we are able. (6-5-20)
Founded in 1878, The Ladies’ Literary Club of Ypsilanti is a private women’s club. The ladies of the club purchased their historic 1840s Greek Revival clubhouse in 1914. Today the clubhouse is on the National Register of Historic Places and is considered one of the most important Greek Revival structures in the state of Michigan.
The Ladies’ Literary Club has been a thriving and vital part of the Ypsilanti community since 1878. Now in its 139th year, the club continues to meet from October to May in the historic Greek Revival house that it has owned since 1913. Learn more about this fascinating club and remarkable clubhouse.
In 2019 the Ladies Literary Club voted to update the By laws and Constitution.
Both can be found here.