Making a positive impact for children and disadvantaged adults in the Woodland community



Kiwanis Club of Woodland is a group of friendly and fun-loving people, working together to make a positive impact for Woodland through service to children and the elderly.

Kiwanis membership inspires us to invest in our community and have fun in the process.


Woodland Kiwanis meets on Mondays, lunch served at 12:00. Meetings begins at 12:10 to 1:00 pm in the dining room of the historic Hotel Woodland, 436 Main Street, Woodland (holidays excepted). Enter at the door to the left off the courtyard adjacent to the free parking lot on College Street south of the hotel. Guests are always welcome.

This website is your introduction to who we are, what we stand for, and why Kiwanis members are so passionate about our Woodland community. You will also learn about fundraising activities, clubs we support, our community service projects, and the inspiring vision of Kiwanis International.

For more information about Kiwanis of Woodland, send us an email:

Upcoming Meetings and Events

Date Type Title
10/23/2017 Meeting

Club Meeting - new membership

10/30/2017 Meeting

Presentation by Phil Hogan, District Conservationist, USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service

11/06/2017 Meeting

Ken Hiatt, Asst Director, Community Development Department, City of Woodland.  Give presentation on Tech Park.

11/13/2017 Meeting

Kiwanis Division 7 Lt. Governor Kate Blickle: the Kiwanis Call to  Action

11/20/2017 Meeting

Christi Skibbins, Executive Director, Yolo County Meals on Wheels

11/27/2017 Meeting

Optional meeting at Roundtable on Pioneer Ave.

12/04/2017 Meeting

Annual Christmas luncheon, Kiwanians serving Y.E.S. clients

12/11/2017 Meeting

Presentation by Mary Kimball, Executive Director of the Center for Land Based Learning

12/18/2017 Meeting

Crab fund raiser meeting

12/25/2017 Meeting
01/01/2018 Meeting
01/08/2018 Meeting