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Unless otherwise stated, all meetings, events and amenities are for the use of Laguna Woods Village residents and their authorized guests only.
Upcoming Kiwanis Club Events
Kiwanis meets Mondays at 11:45 AM in newly renovated Clubhouse 2, Laguna Woods Village. Visitors are welcome. Lunch is $10 for members and guests. Call Jim Burge 830-9120 for a reservation.
Monday, January 9
Leslie Gibola, owner of Adapt 2 It, a home medical supply company, will discuss fall prevention. Falls for seniors can be life threatening. Adapt 2 It makes home assessments and suggests improvements to remove hidden hazards that can lead to a fall. The Chair of the Day will be Steve Carpenter, Certified Aging in Place Specialist.
Greeter-Ted Beer; Pledge-Mary Arine Beer; Invocation-Mike Maxson
Monday, January 16
We will meet for lunch at Clubhouse 2. Following lunch and our business meeting we will travel to the new South County Adult Day Services facility at 24360 El Toro Road (next to Olive Garden) for a 1 PM tour of their new facility lead by Sheila Winsor, activity director. They have a number of great programs for seniors with disabilities. Seniors can be dropped off there for the day thereby giving their normal caregiver a most needed break.If you have a relative battling Alzheimer’s take the tour! The Chair of the Day will be Denny Welch.
Greeter-Joan Milliman; Pledge-Dave Rabinov; Invocation-Gil Rowland
Monday, January 23
Dr. Brett Patterson, experienced pediatric specialist working with families of young children in building self esteem will discuss the benefits of preschool. He is a specialist in Pediatric Psychology and on the staff at Choc Hospital and UC Irvine. Children that attend a good preschool get a great start in life. At the core, parenting is about teaching children the life skills they will need to become healthy adults. The Chair of the Day will be Dottie Jefferies.
Greeter-Jim Burge; Pledge-Sandy Verrall; Invocation-Jim Kane
Thursday, January 26
The 737 club will meet at 7:37 AM at the Regency. $10 for a deluxe breakfast! Call Denny Welch at 770-5760 for a reservation.
Monday, January 30
The speaker will be Lara Fisher, Executive Director of South County Outreach. South County Outreach is our local food bank supplier; they also have a housing program that provides subsidized housing and case management services and a computer learning lab. The Chair of the Day will be Barbara Paine.
Greeter-Jeannine Kremer; Pledge-Dutch Huizenga; Invocation-Mike Maxson
Baby Boomers Event on Jan. 21
The Baby Boomers of Laguna Wood Village presents the band, Ragdoll, on Saturday, Jan 21, 2017 at Clubhouse 5. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. and band starts at 7:00 p.m.
Pre-Sale from 1-3 p.m. before the dance at Clubhouse 5.
Baby Boomers Club Members $5.00 Non-Members $10.00
GRF Cash Bar…you are welcome to bring your own snacks.
Boozey, bluesy…with a fine lookin “floozy”…that’s how Ragdoll has been described!. This rock/blues/dance music band is the ultimate party band.
Additional information can be found on the Baby Boomers webpage.
New Jersey Club Event on Jan. 25
The extraordinary, talented young dancers from the V& T Dance Academy will make a return engagement at the New Jersey Club's meeting on January 25 in Clubhouse 5. These award-winning dancers will perform classical & modern ballet, contemporary dance and hip-hop. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. Guests are welcome for $5. Please stay for refreshments following the performance.
All Laguna Woods residents qualify and are welcome for membership in the New Jersey Club; you do not have to be a former resident of New Jersey or be affiliated with the state in any way. Your $20 membership is your passport to monthly meetings including entertainment & refreshments, two subsidized annual dinners and special prices for trips. 2016 Membership dues are now being accepted. Payments may be brought to our meetings or sent to Ed Sherwood at 2369-2H Via Mariposa E., Laguna Woods, CA 92637.
There will be a barrel from Saddleback Outreach in front of the lobby. In addition to non-perishable food goods, please bring soaps, shampoo and other toiletries to help those whom this economy has hurt most in our community. There is a great need right now. Also, there will be receptacles in the lobby for used eyeglasses that will be recycled and one for cell phones that are no longer used to be recycled to abused women in shelters. If you have “tabs” from beverage cans, we will take them to Ronald McDonald House in Orange County to help with providing housing near hospitals for families with children undergoing terminal illness treatment.
Theatre Guild Presents "Broadway Swings at the Village" on Jan. 27
“Back by popular demand”, the Theatre Guild will once again present “Broadway Swings at the Village”. Written and directed by Sheila Bialka, a large cast of 30 talented veteran performers will make the songs come to life again bringing back memories of who you were and what you were doing at the time. The exuberant energy and joy of the actors will make you feel as though you are on stage with them – right in the middle of the action.
C’mon along and swing with us on Friday, January 27 at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday at 2:00 p.m. Tickets are on sale at the Performing Arts Center, formerly Clubhouse 3, Box office – $12 and $15.
The Bocce and Social Club Valentines Dinner and Dance on Feb. 14
The Bocce and Social Club Proudly Presents the Valentines Dinner and Dance on Tuesday, February 14, 2017, at Clubhouse 2
5:15 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. is Social Hour and No Host Bar; 6:15 p.m. Wine served with dinner
Menu consists of spinach and strawberry salad, Chicken Florentine (chicken breast stuffed with spinach) or roast pork with gravy or white fish with dill sauce. Scalloped pineapple, green beans with almonds, mashed potatoes, and a special heart-shaped dessert. Catered by Jolanda.
Entertainment by world famous recording artist Tommy Tassi. Tommy has been singing professionally for over 40 years, specializing in the pop hits of the 50s.60s 70s. He is an extremely versatile and a dynamic singer with an amazing ability to sound like many of the legendary artists. Outside of his live performances, Tommy is usually involved in 1 or 2 recording projects. His voice can be heard from radio commercials to TV sitcoms where he’s done several voice-overs.
So, instead of waiting in line on Valentine’s Day for dinner…come join all your friends for some great food, world class entertainment and a joyous evening of fun and laugher. Members $20 Guests $25. TABLES SEAT 8 ONLY AND SEATING IS ASSIGNED. Please submit entire bottom portion of your flyer or your name, food item and who you want to sit with (on a piece of paper) and make your check(s) to Bocce and Social Club. Mail or deliver to Trudi Meyers, 166 Avenida Majorca #D, Laguna Woods, CA 92637, 949- 439-0019 Last day to reserve is Feb. 10, 2017 GET YOUR CHECKS IN EARLY !
New Jersey Club Event on Feb. 22
New Jersey Club Proudly Presents Robin Kelly and Shelby Grimm on Wednesday, Feb 22 at Clubhouse 5 with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. Guests are welcome for $5.00. No Host Bar from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Please stay for refreshments following the performance.
This talented duo will delight you with their tributes to two popular artists of the 1960’s! Robin sings favorites made famous by Lesley Gore – songs like “Judy’s Turn to Cry”, “You Don’t Own Me” and “It’s My Party”. You’ll hear about how Lesley had her first big hit at age 16 and worked with world-renowned producer Quincy Jones. Shelby performs hits by Bobby Darin, such as “Beyond the Sea”, “Splish Splash” and “Mack the Knife”. Join us for an evening of the music we love!
All Laguna Woods residents qualify and are welcome for membership in the New Jersey Club; you do not have to be a former resident of New Jersey or be affiliated with the state in any way. Your $20 membership is your passport to monthly meetings including entertainment & refreshments, two subsidized annual dinners and special prices for trips. 2017 Membership dues are now being accepted. Payments may be brought to our meetings or sent to Ed Sherwood at 2369-2H Via Mariposa E., Laguna Woods, CA 92637.
Saddleback Kiwanis Club Donates $2,500 to the Florence Sylvester Senior Center
On November 7, 2016 the Saddleback Kiwanis Club made a donation of $2,500 to the Florence Sylvester Senior Center. The past president, Steve Carpenter, and current president, Mike Maxson of the Saddleback Kiwanis club presented the check to Shirley Witt, Director of the Senior Center. The donation was in honor or Howard Baumann, a decorated Army veteran who served during the Battle of the Bulge, who was a past president of the Kiwanis Club, a long time board member of Age Well Senior Services and Vice President of Third Mutual. He had a deep love for the senior center. He passed away peacefully in Indiana on September 20 at age 98. He is survived by his wife Betty Baumann also a Past President of the Saddleback Kiwanis Club.
In the featured photo: left to right is Past Saddleback Kiwanis Club, President Steve Carpenter; Florence Sylvester Director, Shirley Witt; and Saddleback President, Mike Maxson.
Video Club Events
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Alzheimer's Association Information
There is a community support network to help reunite a lost person with family or caregiver. The system is called MedicAlert + Safe Return and provides 24-hour assistance nationwide. There is a one-time minimal cost to purchase an identification bracelet and registration process to provide protection for lost wanderers. The ID bracelet provides the toll-free 800 number to connect with the MedicAlert + Safe Return system who in turn, notifies the dementia's listed contacts to make sure he or she is returned home safely.
Click here for a flyer with more information.
Village Independent News Club Information
The Newspaper Club has revamped their website, www.villageindependentnews.com, so that readers don’t have to wait until the 15 of the month and to help avoid missing events that are before or after our usual “issue” date. The Village News has shifted to a “blog” format where every new article is published when we get it. You can now go the VIN any day and see all the latest news without waiting and missing anything.
Just scroll down the front page to see all the articles as they came in since you last checked in. Plus, of course, you can always go to new streamlined menu bar and find your favorite columns or go to the right hand Categories box to search by author’s name or column! The Village Independent News is the only Village newspaper, written entirely by residents, about residents and their lives.
The Village Independent News, the Village's only daily online newspaper written by, for and about Village resident, has a feature article on Broadway Swings, an Audio Interview with Sheila Bialka and the Theater Guild's & Old Pro's future projects,
Also, free Classifieds for Residents and Newspaper Club Members wanting to buy or sell, as long as it's not a business until March 1, 2017 and for Club members until June 1, 2017.
Laguna Woods Companions Club
The Laguna Woods Companions Club is open to all residents of Laguna Woods including men and woman of all ages. If you are on your own, and no longer have a partner, wife or husband, and are interested in taking a vacation, or even traveling overseas, you are most likely faced with double occupancy pricing, or a large singe premium rate. Laguna Woods Companions is dedicated to finding similar minded people who specifically live in Laguna woods and to provide the opportunity for you to meet and see if you are a compatible match. We hold pot luck socials once a month to help you meet for the first time.
This is how it works: We send you a questionnaire that will help build a profile of yourself and the qualities you are looking for in a companion. Also, a current photo is requested. You may want someone of the same sex, or possibly of the opposite sex, if you are interested in dating. A vacation would be an ideal way to test drive a long term relationship and compatibility. All this information is collated into our database to find the most suitable matches for you and their details including phone, and contact email is sent to you.Each month we send you up to four possible matches. You are encouraged to advise any changes you would like to make before receiving the next four matches. It is suggested to make a first meeting for a coffee, or even a lunch at the Golf Club 16 restaurant and bar.
We charge a fee to make sure that we have only serious applicants.Six months is $24 to cover our costs of inputting the data and updating our records, and sending out the data and amending future match criteria. A one time trial will cost you $18. You will also be able to take advantage of any group travel offers and upgrades on vacations and an offer to the Travel Club. Payment is by credit card. For details email email@example.com.
Scottish Heritage Club Meets Every Tuesday in the Community Center
The Scottish Heritage Club meets every Tuesday in the Community Center, Pine Room, at 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. We extend a warm welcome to all members and residents to join us for some simple party dances, light hearted discussion, traditional Scottish music, snacks, cookies, Donation $3. First attendance free. Information from Frank Searle 949-813-4205 or Renee 714-731-2363.
Guitar Club Information
The Guitar Club needs knowledgeable players who can show their technique to other players. The club will meet periodically. The goal of the club is to exchange ideas and methods to improve the technique of the instrument, and the knowledge of music. For more information please contact Bernie Frenkel at 310 809 4409. Click here to view YouTube video.
Bocce and Social Club of Laguna Woods Village
Come for the Friendship-Stay for the fun!!!
The Bocce and Social Club of Laguna Woods Village membership for 2016 is $12.00 per year. Your membership gives you discounts on all our events, dances, activities and the bragging rights to participate in our Battle of the Sexes and Club Championship games. In addition, some of the new activities that are being planned this summer include: “Pop Up Barbecue Night” and our continuation of our famous Thursday social time consisting of Wine, Cheese and Snacks, which are served court side.
Bocce is an easy game for everyone. Bocce Ball is played on carpeted courts, which are well shaded at each end. Free lessons and all equipment are furnished. There is nothing to buy. Appropriate, modest attire must be worn. All courts are accessible. Stop by the clubhouse for details which is located next to the swimming pool at Clubhouse 1. Visitors and non-members are ALWAYS WELCOME!
Open Play Tuesday, Thursday and Sundays.
October thru May: 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. June thru September: 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY - COME JOIN THIS EASY AND RELAXING SPORT. This is truly a "Club that Cares". Check us out on the web for club activities-http://www.lagunawoodsvillage.com/section.cfm?id=276 and like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/LagunaWoodsBocceBall.
Cars 4 Causes Supports Local Charities
The Kiwanis Club once more steps up to the front as a service and charitable organization with their program titled "Cars 4 Causes."
2015 is the perfect time to think about license fees and taxes in the new year. If there's a car gathering dust in the car port or elsewhere, Saddleback Kiwanis may have a solution. Saddleback Foundation is an IRS approved charity which accept donations of any vehicle to benefit local Laguna Woods Village non-profit charities, whether or not the vehicle is in running order. The club handles towing, if needed and the DMV paperwork.
A tax deduction for Federal and State Income Tax may be available for anyone who donates a car, along with the satisfaction and knowledge that a donation was made. The funds are used for Scholarships for local students and to help seniors and veterans through Kiwanis donations to the Foundation of Laguna Woods Village, Meals on Wheels, and Florence Sylvester Senior Center.
For information and help regarding vehicle donation, call Marlene Bridges at 949 215-1101.
Mac Club Information
The Mac Club is located on in the Community Center on the Third Floor.
24351 El Toro Road
Laguna Woods, CA 92637
We have 20 iMacs and an iPad available for your use every weekday 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
A volunteer supervisor is available to answer questions and help you with the computers or your Mac laptop, iPad or iPhone.
Our class schedule is updated weekly on our website and sent to members via email.
New Jersey Club
Whether you are from New Jersey, have passed through New Jersey, or have just heard of New Jersey, you are welcome to become a member of this fun and friendly social club. We meet every month on the fourth Wednesday in Clubhouse 5. This is an opportunity to meet new friends, visit with old friends, enjoy fabulous entertainment and a delicious dessert with coffee.
With your $20 membership, you will receive the following:
- Free admission to monthly meetings
- Member discounts on New Jersey Club trips
- Special member prices for annual dinners.
For more information, call Beverly Genereux at 949-829-6633 or firstname.lastname@example.org
International Folk Dancing Club
The wondering Folk dance Tribe has finally come back home. To the beautiful remodeled Clubhouse 2. From now on all our folk dance events will take place in Clubhouse 2 Click here for a map.
Every Wednesday at Clubhouse 2 from 6:00 - 8:30 p.m:
6:00-6:30 p.m. teaching.
6:30-8:30p.m. easy to intermediate teaching and dancing.
Clubhouse 2 at 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.:
Requests and some teaching.
Every Tuesday at Clubhouse 1:
9:00-11:00 a.m. teaching by Maria Pahos-Benson.
Click here for the map.
For more information visit our club website at: http://www.lagunainternationaldancers.com.
Needleworks Club on Thursdays
Needleworks Club membership is open to all Village residents interested in needle-type crafts. Meetings are informal so that members can come and go at their convenience.
Drop in at Clubhouse Three, Dining Room Two on Thursdays between 9:15 a.m. and 12:00 p.m except there will never be a meeting on the third Thursday of each month.
Annual dues are $10.
Village residents interested in knitting, crocheting, needlepoint, or other types of needle projects are invited to attend. Bring a favorite project or we can help you find one. Members are happy to share their ideas and patterns.
Questions: call Bess, 595-0383 or Margaret, 462-0810.
Cribbage Club Meets Fridays at 12:00 p.m. in Clubhouse 7
Looking for a fun card game that involves both luck and skill? Learn to play Cribbage at the Friday Cribbage Club, at Clubhouse 7, Main Lounge. Free instruction and practice are offered at noon. Regular play begins at 1:00 p.m. Laguna Woods Village residents and their guests are invited to play. For information contact: Bob Levy, 408-396-3172.
August 12 winners: Mary Ann Sommers was in first place with 10 games; Barbara Paine was in second place with eight games. Tom Skaggs had a 28-point hand.
Pinoclhile Club Meets Tuesdays at 5:00 p.m. in Clubhouse 7
All pinochle players, including beginners, are invited to join us for six games of single deck pinochle. Prizes and socializing. We now meet Tuesday nights at Clubhouse 1, Dining Room 2. Practice 5:00 p.m. Regular play 5:30 p.m. For information call Doris Helwig 970-593-8129 or Arlene Zecca 949-830-5290.
Oasis For Free Thinkers Meetings-2nd Thursday Every Month
We are a group of like-minded people who celebrate and respect the natural world without the need of supernatural forces. We come together to share information, ideas, and good times in an environment free of deities and dogma.
We invite all skeptics, humanists, agnostics and those who are questioning or seeking to join us. No one will be turned away; we welcome all viewpoints for discussion.
We meet the second Thursday of every month in Clubhouse 3, Dining Room 1, at 2:30 p.m. Yearly membership cost $15. Non-member fee per meeting cost $3.
Village Duplicate Bridge Club
We’re not only the largest bridge club we also have many accomplished players, as measured by the 70% game. In duplicate bridge 70% means that a team has scored 70% of all the points available in a single game. Quite a remarkable feat.
Every week Novice games (0 to 20 points) are held on Tuesday evening at 6:15 and on Wednesday and Friday mornings at 9:00 a.m. All games feature a pre-game lecture. The club also has stratified games at 12:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and evening games on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. Let us know if you need a partner and we will try to help you find one.
Questions? Contact JoAnn diLorenzo at email@example.com 650-504-5180.
Sunshine Performance Club Weekly Jam Session
Weekly rehearsals are held in the Clubhouse 3 Rehearsal Room on Thursdays from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. If you would like to come and participate, you will be welcomed.
For information call Sunshine at 949 586-4100.
ACT! For America Club Meet on Fourth Thursday Every Month
ACT! For America-Laguna Woods Club is a chapter of the national ACT! For America, a nonprofit, nonpartisan grassroots organization devoted to education and promoting national and local security. ACT!-Laguna Woods provides stimulating, educational meetings promoting taking actio. We have motivational speakers and thought-provoking discussion groups to inspire and inform. Meetings on fourth Thursday of each month at the Community Center, Spruce Room at 1:00 p.m. Contact, Act-Laguna-Woods@mail.com or call: 949-707-1133.
Kiwanis Club Meetings
Kiwanis meets each Monday at 11:45 a.m. in Clubhouse 2. Visitors are welcome.
Lunch is provided, $8 for members and $9 for guests. If you plan to come for lunch, call Jim Burge at 830-9120.
Also, Kiwanis Networking with a purpose group has an hour breakfast meeting on the 4th Thursday of the month at 7:37 AM at the Regency.Breakfast is $10.
Dine Out Club Meets on Saturday Evenings
Don’t eat alone!
Join us Saturdays 5:30 p.m. RSVP for location. 457-9067.
The Laguna Woods Village Scrabble Club Meets on Monday Afternoons
The Laguna Woods Village Scrabble Club meets on Monday afternoons at 12:45 p.m. at Clubhouse 5 in Dining Room 1.
Players are divided into 3 groups, A, B, & C, according to their scrabble playing skills. All players play three games, finishing at or about 4:00 p.m. Each game is timed, lasting about 50 minutes.
A weekly fee of $2 is charged. Category Prizes are awarded. Snacks are provided. Games & Score Sheets are provided.
Group A players are governed by the Official Rules and Word Lists of the NASPA (North American Scrabble Players Association). Groups B & C adhere to a set of modified rules.
Porcelain Artists Club Meets Wednesdays in Clubhouse 1 Dining Room 3
Porcelain Artists of Laguna Woods has moved to its permanent home in Clubhouse 1, Dining Room 3. The Club meets Wednesdays from 9:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. All residents are welcome. We paint all types of porcelain: plates, vases, figurines, Christmas ornaments. Our members have various levels of experience. We provide beginners with instruction and supplies. Information: Naomi Bernstein, 949-235-2721, or just stop by.
Ukulele Club Meets Fridays in Clubhouse 3 Rehearsal Room
The Ukulele Club meets in Clubhouse 3, Rehearsal Room, Fridays at 1:00 p.m. We play and sing old tunes and a few new ones. For information call Barbara at 949-472-0255 or Craig at 949-859-8481.
Come Join the Chess Club!
The Chess Club welcomes new members. Whether you’re an experienced player or totally new to chess, come and enjoy this fascinating game which has been played for over a thousand years all over the world.
We play in the Redwood Room at the Community Center on Mondays from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Thursdays from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
For questions or to arrange for lessons call John 949-462-0722.
Can Do Club Meets Every Fourth Thursday
The Can Do Club, a support group for those with Parkinson’s Disease, meets at Saddleback Memorial Medical Center every fourth Thursday of the month from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Topic Master Club Meetings on Thursdays at 1:00 p.m. in Clubhouse 6
Our Club Membership is now open! We welcome new members particularly those with an interest in improving their ability to think on their feet. Some people come by this naturally, but if you don’t practice is the answer. “Mental Aerobics” is fun and a great way to exercise your synapses and will help you express your thoughts in a clear and composed manner. Visitors are welcome any Thursday at 1:00 p.m. in Clubhouse 6. Participation is voluntary, but a sense of humor is mandatory.
TGIF, a social club devoted to fun through dancing and making friends over cocktails, invites everyone to join us most Fridays at Clubhouse 2 to celebrate whatever comes to mind. There are no membership requirements and the fun starts at 4:00 p.m. with live music and a no-host bar until 6:00 p.m. Cost is $3 at the door and snacks and door prizes are included!
Players Club Offers Bingo Every Second and Fourth Tuesday
The best Bingo in the Village is played on the second and fourth Tuesdays each month, in Clubhouse 1. Doors open at 12:30 p.m., buy-in starts at 1:00 p.m. and play begins at 1:30 p.m. Buy-ins will stop at 1:25 p.m.
Cost to play is only $10 to play 10 regular games. Extras cost $5 for an extra 6-on pack for the regular games and $1 each for three special games, which gives you a second chance to win these “special’ games. Game pay-outs are usually $120 to $250. All profits are donated to charity.
The Table Tennis Room
The Table Tennis Room on the 3rd Floor next to the Fitness Center provides residents with one of the best table tennis venues in Southern California. Nine playing tables and two tables equipped with robots for practice ensure abundant opportunity for play and practice. Paddles and balls are provided. Soft sole, non-marking athletic shoes are required.
Hours of play are:
Monday through Thursday 6:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m.
Friday 6:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m
Saturday 6:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m
Sunday 7:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.
“Orientation and Play for Newbie’s” with Janine Bolchazy is at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. All are welcome. No experience necessary.
“Newcomers Group” meets from 10:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. each Wednesday.
“We Love Singles” from 12:00 p.m until 2:00 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays and 2:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays provides the opportunity for competitive singles matches.
The Saturday Singles Round Robin simulates sanctioned tournament play but on a much more informal basis. Sign in at 1:15 p.m. Play starts at 1:30 p.m.
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Unless otherwise stated, all meetings, events and amenities are for the use of Laguna Woods Village residents and their authorized guests only.