At The Peña-Peck House … Amazing Feasts Happen Here


Dinner in the Garden: Sustainable St. Augustine


The Woman’s Exchange fundraising efforts extend into the night in the ornamental garden at the historic Peña-Peck House. Memorable dinner events showcase the culinary talents of local chefs as well as the genius of regional musicians. Together, these professionals provide the foundation that allows participants to come together in a beautiful garden setting to share a special evening knowing their contributions directly help in The Woman’s Exchange mission of ‘Women Helping Women’.

Upcoming Event: Night of Vice

It is our pleasure to invite you to join us for our 2nd ever Nights of Vice Gala in our beautiful garden because why should New Orleans have all the fun?

You're invited to celebrate Carnival in the oldest city with a night of live brass band music, a mock casino featuring table games, dealers and prizes, a full dinner buffet of Cajun and St. Augustine favorites, a silent auction and unlimited beer, wine & signature cocktails and, of course, we will crown your King and Queen of the Mardi Gras (it's a surprise!)!

Tickets are $125 per person, all inclusive. Of course, all proceeds benefit the Woman's Exchange of St. Augustine.

Date: February 13, 2024 at 6pm at The Peña-Peck House, St. Augustine, FL

For more information and to purchase tickets, please click on the link below.

Purchase Tickets Here


Join us to celebrate community, history, education and charity in the fabulous Ancient City. And have a blast!

Proceeds from the events held at The Peña-Peck house are used to maintain and preserve the historic museum and fund educational scholarships awarded to women (in need) and over the age of 30 with a desire to return to the workforce.

Over the last 20 years we have donated over $150k in scholarship money. In 2021, the Woman’s Exchange proudly awarded 20 educational scholarships and continued to maintain the Peña-Peck House. Our members conducted over 100 tours of the house/museum educating the public about the history and beauty of the house built for the Royal Spanish Treasurer, Juan Estevan de Peña. Our members hosted two delightful dinner events in the Peña-Peck garden (within CDC guidelines) showcasing the culinary talents of local chefs as well as the genius of regional musicians. We have partnered with over 30 local artisans to share their talents and wares in our treasure-filled Woman’s Exchange (WEx) gift shop. In all, our very active members (163 strong) clocked in a total of well over 6000 volunteer hours to manage and maintain our obligations to the Peña-Peck House and to fund scholarships.