The Kinsloe House opened its doors on May 10, 1938.   The first luncheon held at Kinsloe House was sponsored by the Psychology Club, May 18, 1938, with an attendance of 152.  Miss Mabel Bonner reviewed Dale Carnegie's How to Make Friends and Influence People. The price of the luncheon was 50 cents.  The House was incorporated on July 26, 1938.

The original House burned in 1988.  A massive fundraising effort ensued which resulted in the construction of the existing Kinsloe House building.  This new facility when opened on September 15, 1990, was debt free.

Weekly luncheons are held on Wednesdays; each sponsored by a board committee or member club.  A "Games Day" is held the last Wednesday of each month.

Our members are very proud of The Kinsloe House. Read these letters of pride from two of our members:

File2014 - Letter to Kinsloe Members written by Margaret Thomas.docx

File2015 - Letter to Kinsloe Members written by Barbara Watkins.docx

Watercolor paintings of The Kinsloe House in 1938 and of The Kinsloe House today: