The Moline Commercial Club, founded
in 1895, was originally established to promote 'civic, business,
and industrial interests' for the city of Moline. Today, in
our global economy, the club is emerging as a place for business,
civic, and community leaders to socialize and network both
locally and internationally.
Located in downtown Moline, the club
provides a setting where members can enjoy quick lunches,
plan business meetings, or hold formal events.
In addition to its restoration, the
club is noted for its well-preserved turn-of-the-century architecture
popularized by Frank Lloyd Wright. The Club offers a host
and over 14,000 sqft. of space ideal for planning sessions,
board meetings, day retreats, and holiday parties.
According to the Liquor Control Act of 1934, members are permited to bring in their own liquor and beverages for their private use. Of course, no sales are permitted.