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Healing Buddies: Saddleback Kiwanis Foundation & Club Brings Hope

Laguna Woods Saddleback Kiwanis Club creates "Healing Buddies" designed to bring hope to traumatized children.

The Healing Buddies project is a partner mission shared by the Geneva Presbyterian Church and the Saddleback Kiwanis Club.  Healing Buddies serve as a diversion to distract a child from pain and provide a creative outlet.  The dolls are delivered featureless which allows a child to create desired features with markers.

To be a part of the mission “One Child Could Save the World; Will We Be the Ones to Save That Child?” contact Kiwanis Co Chairs Dottie Jeffries 720.635.9272 dottiejeff@msn.com or Lani Cook 949-633-0582  lanicook1@gmail.com.  

 



Upcoming Kiwanis Club Events

Kiwanis meets Mondays at 11:45 a.m. in Simpson Hall, Geneva Presbyterian Church at 24301 El Toro Road in Laguna Woods. Look for the blue Kiwanis banner by the entrance to the meeting room. Lunch is $10 for members and guests. Guests are welcome. Call Jim Burge at 830-9120 for a reservation.

Monday, September 26
Laura Long, Personal Historian for Evermore Legacies will discuss “The Ethical Will: Communicating a Legacy of Wisdom, Knowledge, and Values.” An ethical will is a way to pass on our hopes, dreams, intentions, and values to our loved ones. Steve Carpenter is the Chair of the Day.

Monday, October 3
Lani Cook, new Kiwanis member and Independent Insurance Agent will discuss recent changes in health plans and how to interpret your medical bills,  "Medicare 101." Lani previously worked for United health Care and was licensed in 50 states. Dottie Jeffries is the Chair of the Day. Greeter: Ted Beer; Pledge: Donna Vitta: Invocation: Jim Kane.

Monday, October 10
The new Officers for the Saddleback Kiwanis Club for the 2016-2017 year will be installed.  New President and Past Kiwanis Lt. Governor Mike Maxson will discuss his goals for the year. Gil Rowland is the Chair of the Day. Greeter: Dutch Huizenga;  Pledge: Mary Arine Beer; Invocation: Steve Carpenter.

Monday, October 17
Warren Green, founder of Ultra Life, a primary and preventive medical diagnostic testing company will address the need for preventative diagnostic analysis and the current high technology tests that are currently available. Dave Rabinov is the Chair of the Day. Greeter: Don Beckhardt; Pledge: Jim Kane; Invocation: Mike Maxson.  

Monday, October 24
Reverend Candie Blankman, Associate Pastor of San Clemente Presbyterian Church will discuss her book, “Forged by War, a daughter shaped by a WWII POW" story. Her father survived one of the most tragic events in history, the Bataan Death March. Reverend Dr. Linda Flatley is the Chair of the Day. Greeter: John Dalis; Pledge: Dick Christy; Invocation: Mike Maxson.

Thursday, October 27
The 737 club will meet at 7:37 a.m. at the Regency. A deluxe breakfast is $10. Call Denny Welch for a reservation at 599-5236.

Monday, October 31
The club will meet in McLennan Lounge in Geneva Presbyterian Church. Kiwanian Jack Berger will discuss the three trips he has made over the years to Cuba. Mary Lou Crooks is the Chair of the Day.
Greeter: Carol Dolan; Pledge: Jay Krueger; Invocation: Art Lange.



Yacht Club Meeting on September 24

Mark your calendars for September 24, the YC Annual picnic on Dana Point Island. Call Liza 949-607-7967. Membership: Noemi: Email: nepstein13@gmail.com; 949-525-3446.



Angel Joy Club Meeting on September 24

A benefit dinner and musical show will be held in Clubhouse 5 on Saturday, September 24. The dinner will be from 6 - 7:30 p.m. and entertainment, including Flamenco and Persian dance from 7:30 - 9:30 p.m. All proceeds go to victims of human trafficking. For information call 949-285-8968.

 

 

 



Professionals Club Meeting on September 24

 

Our Fifth Annual Senior Health and Business Expo is September 24, at Clubhouse 7 at 10:00 a.m. We will have seven educational workshops with speakers throughout the day. This event is free. No RSVP required. Lots of door prizes, free coffee and cookies. For information email Lesliecarretti@yahoo.com.

 

 

 



India Club Meeting on September 24

Join us for a day of time travel to exotic India on Saturday, September 24 in the Main Lounge of Clubhouse 1. Enjoy two award-winning box office hits, with door prizes and Indian-style lunch. The first film is “The Hundred Foot Journey,” an extraordinary and heart warming story produced by Steven Spielberg and Oprah Winfrey. The second film is “Jodhaa Akbar,” an Indian historical drama. Noon to 1:00 p.m. Box lunch/beverages, $10; 1:30- 3:30 p.m. “The Hundred Foot Journey; 3:30 - 4:00 p.m. Snacks/beverages, $2; 4:15 - 7:15 p.m. “Jodhaa Akbar.” Tickets at the door: one movie, $5; both movies $8. $1 off during pre-sale, September 19 - 23, 12- 2:00 p.m. in the coffee lounge of Clubhouse One.



The Mantra Meditation Club Meeting on September September 25, 28

Learn a simple method of meditation that uses soothing mantras and music. Wednesday: September 28 from 7 to 8 p.m. in Spruce Room of the Laguna Woods Community Center. Sunday: September 25, Meditation and Supper from 3 to 5 p.m., Clubhouse Three, Dining Room Two. A vegetarian meal is served at the Sunday meetings; RSVP requested. For Sunday RSVP call 949-272-1675 or email mantramed@cox.net. Meetings are free.

 

 

 



International Folk Dancing Club

 Tuesdays, Clubhouse 1
9:00 -11:00 a.m. teaching by Maria Pahos-Benson at
Clubhouse 1 24232 Calle Aragon, 92637. Non-community residents, please call Frieda for gate clearance at 949-454 -0837, Fee $5.00.

For more information visit our club website at:

http://www.lagunainternationaldancers.com

 

Tuesdays Clubhouse 1
9:00-11:00 a.m. teaching by Maria Pahos-Benson.

Clubhouse 5 Click here for the map

6:00-6:30 p.m.   teaching by  LEE OTTERHOLT

6:30-8:30 p.m. easy to intermediate teaching and dancing                                        

6:00- 6:30 p.m. Teaching

6:30-8:30  Requests and some teaching by LEE OTTERHOLT

Upcoming September Events

September Calendar click here.

Sunday September 25
Special Workshop with Flip Petkovsky Workshop. Click here for flyer.

 



Oasis For Free Thinkers Meetings

September 25: Sunday Breakfast: Please Note Required RSVP

The next Sunday breakfast meeting will be held at 9 a.m. on September 25 at the Village Greens in Rooms 1 and 2. The club will show  the 2nd half of the Julie Sweeney video "Letting Go Of God."A RSVP by Wednesday, September 21 is required to order food or drink; all people with a reservation can order and pay for food/drink. RSVP to: SunshineLutey@gmail.com or call 949-278-6454.  Guest fee of $3.

October 13: Club Meeting

The next club meeting for Oasis For Free Thinkers is at 3:00 p.m. on October 13 in the Laguna Woods Performing Arts Center (formerly Clubhouse 3) in Dining Room 1.

The club will show the film titled "Dying In Oregon." The club will provide light snacks and wine. Members are free; $3 guest fee. Contact Sunshine for more information by calling 949 278-6454 or emailing sunshinelutey@gmail.com

October 23: Sunday Breakfast: Please Note Required RSVP

The next Sunday breakfast meeting will be held at 9:00 a.m. on October 23 at the Village Greens in Rooms 1 and 2.

Our October 23 meeting on, "How to Access the End of Life Option Act" will include a Power-Point presentation, handouts, and a question & answer session. This informative session is timely because the End of Life Option Act became law in the state of California on June 9. Discussion topics will include: the range of end of life options, findings from Oregon where this law has been in place for 17 years, resources available on the Compassion & Choices website, eligibility requirements for medical aid in dying, required forms, medication options, and doctor/hospital selection. We will have Steph Campbell and Susan Johnston as presenters. They are Orange County Community Outreach Volunteers for Compassion and Choices.

A RSVP by Wednesday, October 19 is required to order food or drink; all people with a reservation can order and pay for food/drink. RSVP to: SunshineLutey@gmail.com or call 949.278.6454. Guest fee $3.

Click here for September flyer.

Click here for October flyer.



Discovering Documentary Film Club Meeting on September 26

On Monday, September 26, The Discovering Documentary Film Club will open the fall series with “Lomax the Songhunter” by Rogier Kappers.

“Lomax” is the story of folklorist Alan Lomax, who spent over six decades working to promote knowledge and appreciation of the world’s folk music.

Along the way he recorded the world’s folk tunes before they would permanently disappear with the rise of the modern music industry.

Kappers tells Lomax’s story by interviewing Pete Seeger and combines it with archival recordings of music greats Woody Guthrie and Leadbelly and footage of the cotton fields, rock quarries and prisons where Lomax had captured America's quintessential music.

The filmmaker also follows the route that Lomax took when traveling to remote villages in Spain and Italy, hearing memories and music from the farmers, shepherds and weavers, whose songs Lomax recorded decades before.

Members bring cards; renewals are $10. Non-members must call in advance. CeCe at 949-683-1278 or email cecesloa@gmail.com to make arrangements, No walk-ins.

Doors open 6:30 p.m. and film begins at 7:00 p.m., Clubhouse One, Main Ballroom.



Lutheran Heritage Club Meeting on September 27

The Lutheran Heritage Club holds its weekly Senior Day Out luncheons every Tuesday at 11:00 a.m. in the Social Hall at Lutheran Church of the Cross located at 24231El Toro Road, Laguna Woods. The meal consists of a salad, hot dish, dessert, and beverage. A new DVD lecture series, titled “History’s Greatest Voyages of Exploration,” with Dr. Vejas Gabriel Liulevicius from University of Tennessee. The 30-minute lectures: September 27, St. Brendan - The Travels of an Irish Monk; October 4, Xuanzang’s Journey to the West; October 11, Leif Ericksson the Lucky. For information call 949-837-4673. Lectures begin at 12:30 p.m.



Spoken Word Club Meeting on September 27

In September we will be changing our meeting room to the Pine Room. Join us September 27 when we will be featuring Robbi and Richard Nester. The Spoken Word Club is a place for poets, writers, playwrights, and storytellers to read their writings. Dues are $10 per year. Guests will be welcomed to listen or join in for $2 per meeting. We meet on the fourth Tuesday of every month at 1:00 p.m until 3:00 p.m. at the Laguna Woods Community Center.



California Club Meeting on September 27

California Club begins our 2016/2017 season with the Harvest Moon dinner dance on Tuesday, September 27 at 5:15 p.m. in Clubhouse 5, Main Lounge.

The California Club is one of the original chartered Village clubs. You don’t have to be a California native to attend, but you must be a resident of Laguna Woods village to be a member.

Entertainment featuring the gorgeous, multi-talented Tatjana follows a delicious dinner of lobster tail with drawn butter. Alternative and vegetarian dishes are available along with a sugar-free desert.

The attire is cocktail and music will be by Breakaway. A no-host bar will be available and complimentary wine is served with dinner.

Reservations are $25 for members and $30 for non-members. Make checks payable to California Club Reservations c/o Tom Nash, PO Box 2345 Laguna Hills Ca. 92654-9998. Please indicate your entree choice on your check. Include all table groups and payments on one reservation sheet. The reservation and cancellation deadline is 5:00 p.m. on September 21.

Please visit our website at:

http://bit.ly/2a16qJn



New Jersey Club Event on September 28

This remarkably talented duo has performed together for the last 15 years at nightclubs and restaurants throughout Southern California.  Musically, they cover a broad variety of styles ranging from Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Elvis, Motown, Neil Diamond, Jimmy Buffet and even Country. And added to their vocal harmonies, you will be delighted with Roger’s live guitar and Tony’s piano. The performance will be held on Wednesday, September 28 at Clubhouse 5. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. We promise you a very impressive musical evening. Please join us for refreshments following the program. Guest welcome $ 5.00. 



Channel 6 Interview on September 28

Tune to Channel 6 to watch the segment in which Peter Battin and Mark Rabinowitch were interviewed for the saga of Clubhouse 4. Something Camera Club members may want to watch, this can be done on channel 6 at the following times/dates or on Youtube by clicking here. Camera Club segment at about 8:40 into the tape.

Wednesday, September 28 at 4:00 p.m.

Visit our website www.lhcameraclub.com for more club information



United Electronics Club Meeting on October 1

United Electronics Club would like to invite Laguna Woods residents to our monthly meeting on October  1 at Clubhouse 3, Room 1 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. We will serve a light brunch. Please bring your laptops, iPads or any electronic items that are giving you any problems. We will have professional technicians on hand to help you the cost is free, the brunch is free. Call Sam RSVP 949-382-1907.



St. Andres Prebyterian Club Meeting on October 1

There will be a Gospelsong Celebration with a professional orchestra, men’s quartet, soloists, and a sing-a-long. On Saturday, October 1, at 3:00 p.m. in the Laguna Woods Performing Arts Center, and on Sunday, October 2 at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian, 600 St. Andrews Road, Newport Beach. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased by phone at 714-485-9081, or purchase online at www.gospelsongcelebration.org.



Chabad Jewish Center Club Meeting on October 2

Please join us on Sunday, October 2, for a beautiful 4-course Rosh Hashanah dinner in Clubhouse 1, Main Lounge. At 6:30 p.m. there will be a short service to which everyone is invited. Then, at 7:00 p.m. we will serve a traditional holiday dinner consisting of soup, fish, chicken, vegetables and dessert. The cost is $36 per person. Due to the elaborate preparation, you must call in your reservation and mail your check to Ceil Sterling, 3296 San Amadeo #B, Laguna Woods, CA 92637 by Thursday, September 29. Please phone Ceil at 949-454-8120. No walk-ins.



Philosophy Club Meeting on October 2

Our meeting is Sunday, October 2. We meet the first Sunday of every month from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. in the Village Greens, rooms 1, 2, and 3. Dr. Richard Vulich presents “Moral blind spots in Western Ethical Theory and Society.” An oft-noted problem in contemporary American society is the persistent inequality in sentencing, incarceration and aggressive police tactics that are seen when comparing minority populations with their white counterparts. Contact Katherine Baum for more information, 949-457-0251. Everyone is welcome, no fee.



P.E.O. Club Meeting on October 3

The Florence Sylvester Senior Center will be the program topic when the P.E.O Group meets on Monday, October 3, at Clubhouse Three in Dining Room 2. Shirley Witt, director of this center will describe the many activities, services, and programs that are available. Learn how the center came to be so strategically located to serve our Village residents. The program, which starts at 2 p.m. is open to everyone. Members-please come at 1:30 p.m. for meeting. Tea following the meeting. No charge.



Life After Fifty Singles Club Meeting on October 4

All singles who want to meet new single friends are invited to come through Gate 12 to the restaurant building, room 3, on Tuesday, October 4, from 6:45- 8:00 p.m. For information call 949-581-6666.



Bocce and Social Club Meeting on October 4

The Bocce and Social Club presents, Chinese Buffet and Bingo on Tuesday, October 4 at Clubhouse 5. Members $12.00 Guests $15.00. At 5:15 p.m. there will be a Social Hour. At 6:15 p.m. Dinner and GRF No Host Bar. BYOB After No Host Bar Closes. Menu by Asia buffet will include egg rolls, Chinese chicken salad, fried rice, beef lo mein, beef with broccoli, orange chicken, sweet and sour chicken, hung pao chicken, fruit delight. 

Table’s seat 8 only and seating is assigned. Last day to reserve is Thursday, September 29. Get your checks in early.

Registration forms can be found at all the clubhouses at the Bocce Courts next to Clubhouse 1 or on the Bocce and Social Clubs website.http://www.lagunawoodsvillage.com/section.cfm?id=276.



Amateur Radio Club Meeting on October 6

The Laguna Woods Amateur Radio Club, W6LY, will meet on Thursday, October 6, at 10:30 a.m. in Clubhouse 1, Dining Room 3. In addition to regular business we will discuss the upcoming  Great Shakeout Drill to be held October 20, 2016. The purpose of the drill, procedure and radio operator assignments will be covered. Anyone, including licensed radio operators or those interested in procuring a license, is invited to attend. For current information visit our website www.qsl.net/w6ly or contact the Club President Art Welch at 949-457-9091.



Camera Club Event on October 10

The Camera Club is hosting a showcase; “Viet Nam, The Hill Tribes and More” Presented by Jim and Linda Lenthall on Monday, October 10 at 6:30 p.m., Clubhouse 3 Dining Room 2. Learn about the activities of the Vietnamese people and their daily lives. Jim and Linda Lenthall have been to Viet Nam twice in the past 12 years. This program will present some of the highlights of those trips.

We will visit several of the colorful ethnic hill tribes to the north along the Chinese and Laos borders. There will be many different ethnic groups seen with their unique outdoor markets and daily activities. We will travel to Hanoi, down the coast through the ancient city of Hue to Hoi An.  The southern portion of Viet Nam will feature a visit to Saigon, now called Ho Chi Minh City and then on to the famous and interesting Mekong Delta.  In the delta we will visit several unique and sometimes bizarre markets both on the water and on land.       

Click here for flyer.

The program consists of a digital slide show by Jim and a short hi-def video by Linda.

For Laguna Woods Village residents and guests only.

Non-members, $3.00 Donation Collected at the Door.

Visit www.lhcameraclub.com for information about the Camera Club.



New Jersey Club “The Roaring 20s” Birthday Dinner on October 26

Reservations will be taken starting at our July 27 meeting.  Join the fun at the New Jersey Club's 20th milestone birthday celebration on October 26, when we bring back the Flapper, the Speakeasies, the Charleston of the “Roaring 20s” and everything that made the 20's Roar!  The evening will start with appetizers and a no-host bar.  There will be a scrumptious dinner catered by Jolanda with an entree choice of Rack of Lamb, Salmon Filet or Chicken Marsala, served with wine.  We will be entertained by the fabulous Showcase Singers, including Gino Gaudio, Leslie Tinnaro and Susan Kotses accompanied by Linda Eldredge.  The evening will be capped off with a decadent surprise dessert.  For added fun, suggested attire is “roaring 20's”, so get out your fringes, feather boas, garters & all that Jazz!!!

Doors open at 5:30 p.m. in Clubhouse 5. Everyone is welcome: Members $25, Guests $29. Reservations will be taken starting at our July 27 meeting so be sure to bring your checkbooks and reserve a table. For information contact Dolores Cohen at (949) 855-0909 or Jean Janowsky at (949) 770-5766.  All reservations MUST be accompanied by a check payable to the NJ CLUB and mailed to: Jean Janowsky, 193 Avenida Majorca Unit A, Laguna Woods, CA 92637.



Video Club Events

Click here for the Video Club's latest newsletter.

 

 



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.

For information, contact Sunshine Lutey; Phone 949 278-6454, email sunshinelutey@gmail.com. The Alzheimer's Association 24-hour Help line is 800 272-3900.



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.



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

949-268-2263

 

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.

Visit our site at lagunawoodsvillage.com  - Clubs - The Mac Club.



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 lagunaqtpie@comline.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 jdlmoimeme@yahoo.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 Meetings

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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