The National League of American Pen Women was founded in 1897 to promote the development of creative women in the arts. The Boca Raton Branch is the largest branch in Florida, and one of the largest in the nation.
The Boca Raton Branch, founded in 1975, now boasts nearly 100 members. They bring diverse talents in all areas of the arts not only to the organization’s monthly program luncheons, but to the entire community. Members include newspaper and magazine writers, screenplay and book authors, sculptors and painters in all media, photographers, public relations and advertising experts, musicians and composers.
For more information about the Boca Raton Branch of The National League of Pen Women, click here: www.bocapenwomen.org
For more information about the national organization, click here: www.nlapw.org