Club 66 at Wolf TrapYoung Professionals Supporting the Arts


About Us
Club 66 at Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts brings together emerging leaders, primarily aged 21-39, to further their involvement in and knowledge of the performing arts while supporting the overall mission of Wolf Trap Foundation.

Club 66 at Wolf Trap Foundation pays tribute to Wolf Trap’s founder and the creation of Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts. Catherine Filene Shouse donated her Virginia farmland and funds for the construction of the Filene Center to the US Government and her generous gift was accepted through an Act of Congress in 1966.

Our Mission
Club 66 at Wolf Trap Foundation seeks to create an environment where young professionals can volunteer, network, socialize, host special events, and work towards the common effort of supporting the Wolf Trap Foundation and its multifaceted array of artistic and education programming.

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