Category: February 2018

SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club

Lynne Kumza It was indeed a joyous celebration! The SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club held their annual holiday party in the Vermilion Room of SaddleBrooke One Clubhouse. The Christmas and Hanukkah decorations added to the excitement of the party. We are blessed this time of the year to be able to celebrate in such beautiful surroundings…

More Mafioso Murders cast and production clues

Andrea Molberg This April, Community Circle Players (CCP) presents the live mystery dinner treat Mafioso Murders with actors moving among the diners dropping clues at CCP’s latest “whodunit.” Ticket sales are expected to be lively, because almost 900 attended last year’s dinner murder mystery. Tickets went on sale February 7 at the respective administration buildings and…

Partners Western Dance classes and club activities

Jane Gromelski, President Partner Pattern dance classes are on Thursdays through April. Beginner Partner Pattern dance classes will be offered at 6:00 p.m., Intermediate classes will start at 7:00 p.m. These Partner Pattern dances offer a change of pace for our Western dancers. Some are easy, others more complicated, but they are all part of…

SaddleBrooke SkyGazers

  You’re invited to monthly SkyGazers meetings and star parties Rita Fletcher You’re invited to the SkyGazers monthly meetings and star parties! All meetings are held in the SaddleBrooke One Activity Center. Our next meeting, “Venus Unveiled” by Richard Spitzer, will be March 11, 2018 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Venus Unveiled is a…

Meet the instructor – ILR Kenneth Marich

The Institute for Learning in Retirement (ILR) is proud to introduce Ken Marich aka “Magic Ken” as an instructor and a member of the ILR Board of Directors. Ken was born in Chicago and grew up in Oak Park, IL. He earned a B.S. from Roosevelt University (Chicago) in 1961 majoring in Medical Technology and…

News from GLAAS

  Jo Ann Ellison Join us on March 9 for LGBT History. Come join an exploration of some key episodes in the formation of gay identities in American history, from the first private clubs of “bachelor” men in the cities of the late 1700s to the “Boston marriages” of 19th century women to the modern…

MSG to host artist Pat Dolman

Julie Goodman, MSG President Pat Dolan is an artist who weaves her Shamanic path into her work and teaching. She is currently doing a series of power animal portraits in pastel for clients based on her power animal retrievals that she has done for them. Dolan will present Stalking The Sacred. An artist sets out on…

MPLN’s golf pairing process

  Eileen J Snearly As you will see, this volunteering job requires much work and dedication. The MPLNS thank the past pairings ladies, as well as the present. We all appreciate these ladies, and some of us did not realize all the many facets that this entails as we golf every week. 1. Download players…

Ceramics Club holiday luncheon

Lan Bedard The Ceramics Club celebrated the holiday on January 12, 2018 to avoid the busy time during Christmas and New Year and to promote maximum participation from members. Almost 40 club members attended the luncheon at SaddleBrooke One Vista restaurant. It was a well-organized event by Linda Strugala and her committee with beautifully decorated…