TGIF Dance and Social Club

Check out our weekly band in Documents below.

TGIF is a social club devoted to fun through live music, dancing, and making friends over cocktails. TGIF invites Laguna Woods Village residents and their guests 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 PM with live music and a no-host bar until 6 PM. Doors open at 3:30 PM. The price is $5 at the door -- door prizes are included. Attendance ranges about 125 to 175.

MUSIC SCHEDULE 2023
June
02 - Doug Houston
09 - Robert Fields Trio
16 - Old Spice  
23 - Grumpy Trio
30- Cesar Ricarte DJ
July
07 - Doug Houston 
14 - Robert Fields Trio
21 - Old Spice
28 - Grand Junction
August
04 - Band X
11 - Robert Fields Trio
18 - Old Spice
25 - Grumpy Trio

September 
01 -Doug Houston 
11 - Robert Fields
18 - Old Spice
25 - Grumpy Trio
29 - DJ Cesar Ricarte

October
06 - Doug Houston
13 - Grand Junction
20 - Old Spice
27 - Robert Fields
November 
03 - Doug Houston 
10 - Robert Fields Trio
17 - Dave Silva Band 
24 - Grumpy Trio

December
01 - Doug Houston
08 - Robert Fields
15 - Old Spice
22 - Doug Houston
29 - DJ Cesar Ricarte


Contact Us


OFFICERS
President: Ray Boggio, 949-613-4630
Past President: Cliff Knudson, 949-212-6498
Vice President: Gerri Keysor, 949-230-6498
Secretary: Veronica Westre, 949-212-7307
Treasurer: Bob Figeira, 949-337-0837

COMMITTEES

Publicity & Web: John Luebbe, 406-581-7466
Globe Article: Curtis Abdouch,
Door & Tickets: Yvonne Church, 313-980-6325
Room Setup: Don Church, 949-206-1623
Special Events: Lorrie Cobb, 951-283-9720
Raffle & Door Prizes: Bob Figeira, 949-337-0837
                                          Gerri Keysor, 949-230-6498
Hospitality:
Bands: Dave Whittington 949-616-9583

 OUR STORY

Once upon a time, not too long ago, there was a large segment of the population who worked hard all week. When the workweek came to an end, they looked up to the sky, exclaimed “Thank God It’s Friday”, and promptly headed for the neighborhood bar. Once there, they enjoyed a drink or two, some snacks provided by the bartender, and conversation with their friends, co-workers, and even total strangers. After an hour or two, everyone headed for home, out to dinner, or a weekend getaway. Life was good. Unfortunately, everything comes to an end. As they grew older, they started devoting more and more time to attending Little League games, soccer games, dance recitals, etc., and found that they now had little time for celebrating Fridays. Eventually, they stopped going altogether. We now jump forward with our story to 2001, when a few of these former partyers, now happily retired in Laguna Woods Village, started reminiscing about those Fridays of long ago, and, with great foresight, decided to recreate them. TGIF was born sometime in March (no one is quite sure of the date, but it was sometime around St. Patrick’s Day) of 2001. The organizers were expecting 50 to 100 people to show up, if that. When upward of 500 showed up and they had to turn many away, they knew they had something good.

Documents

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