We’re happy to tell you that the club has been thriving the past few years -– booking more events than ever, possessing a bank balance that ranges from the high five figures to low six figures, a diligent board of directors and staff watching every penny going in and out, and building its membership to more than 430 people (including active and retired media, and professionals from many fields, including public relations, marketing, advertising, online ventures, health care, education, government, law, lobbyists, student journalists, and others). Anyone who shares an interest in communications, literacy, current affairs or the First Amendment is welcome.
We’re serving a buffet dinner Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights. Or stop by for drinks with friends at the bar. Come to our events, which are among the most stimulating in the Denver metro area. Take a look at the replicas of all the Pulitzer Prizes won by The Denver Post and Rocky Mountain News. Play a game of pool in the lower level.
And if you need an inexpensive joint to rent for an event, we’ve got it – and one of the most unique atmospheres you’ll find in Denver. Talk to club manager Carmen Green (303-571-5260) about your event. And yes, we can cook the food for it as well.
The DPC is one of the most distinctive private clubs in America. For more than a century, it's played host to poets and presidents, writers and visiting journalists. Ginger Rogers learned to play poker here. Carl Sandburg stopped in for dinner. Damon Runyon drank here. Woodrow Wilson paid a call.
The club hosts book signings that feature both local and national authors of renown, newsmaker luncheons, and talks by local editors and reporters. We encourage the best of student journalism with annual scholarships that total $7,000. Members enjoy reciprocal privileges at 22 other press clubs across the nation.
We hope that as you peruse this web site, you'll find a reason to join us.
President, Board of Director