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at The Historic Pomfret Club


33 South 4th Street - Easton, Pennsylvania 18042 - (610) 258-7641

Make history happen....where generations  have come before with over 40 reciprocal organizations, social events, and family celebrations in our 19th century mansion... create your own legacy... at the Pomfret Club

Join the Club ... be part of the arts, entertainment and
historic preservation movement in the Lehigh Valley - USA.

2020 PC Elections have been postponed to a later date.

May 2020 Newsletter
Pomfret Club Newsletter


We have added a new reciprical club in Aiken, South Carolina

GREEN BOUNDARY CLUB
Classic Southern Charm - Overnight Accomodations - Golf (right across the street)

 

See our special Bowling Alley Menu by clicking here.

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Due to the current worldwide issue of the COVD-19 virus the Pomfret Club will be closed until further notice.
We want to ensure that all of our valued members and staff stay safe during this time. You will receive an e-mail regarding the re-opening of the club once that information is made available. Please continue to exercise caution at this time and maintain social distancing and proper hand washing techniques to minimize the spread and self exposure to this virus. Stay safe.

Lafayette Leopard

The Leopard Crowd
Meets Here

 

Pomfret Club May 2020 Takeout Menu

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The Membership Drive is doing well - INVITE A FRIEND TO JOIN!

NOTICE: Please respect our 72 hour cancellation policy for special events. The Club is a NON SMOKING facility unless otherwise noted.

Sandy & the MIx

 
https://i.pinimg.com/736x/51/75/8e/51758e4cbf0aa748bbfc9fa2413ff865.jpg Gentlemen - You should inquire about joining
THE ANGLERS

Anglers Image

A club within the club
Angelers 1885


Jonni Drue - I'll Be Frank

 

 

A Private Executive Dinner Club ... since 1885
More photo's can be found on Facebook
PC Employee Handbook and more.

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