DATES: October 22, November 19, no walk in December, January 14, February 11, March 11, April 15, May 6
TIME: 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM
LOCATION:: Meet at LWR Town Hall. We will be walking at other parks to be discussed at our first walk
CONTACT: RSVP Anne Parker (by October 10), firstname.lastname@example.org, 806-604-4488 (cell plz text)
DATES: On hiatus until September.
LOCATION: Dancing on the Suncoast, San Marco Plaza, 8215 Natures Way Suite 101
Cost: $15 p/p for a 45 minute session with a professional dance instructor.
CONTACT: KathleenTakvam email@example.com or text 941-404-0818 Minimum 10 people
DATE and LOCATION: August 10th – Libby’s
September 14th – The Lodge at CC East (Indoors at the hightop)
Ocober 19th – The Lodge at CC East (Outdoors)
TIME: : 530-545 arrival
Ladies who are widowed, single, or divorced and are looking forward to forming new friendships and having fun! Regular monthly get-togethers for dining / happy hour. Also special get-togethers for events throughout the month.
CONTACT: Debbie Maggi Thomas (firstname.lastname@example.org) >> RSVP required
DATES: Sept 15, Oct 20, Nov 17, Dec 8
LOCATION: LWR Tennis Center
Read and discuss with the group different genres of books chosen by the group.
9/15 meet and discuss “Vacationland” by Meg Mitchell Moore.
10/20 meet to discuss “The Scarlett Letter” by Nathaniel Hawthorne.
11/17 meet and discuss “The Magnificent Lives of Marjorie Post” by Allison Pataki.
12/8 (change from our normal week) we will read “Counterfeit” by Kristin Chen.
CONTACT: Mary Beth Steffens, email@example.com
DATES and TIME:
07/14/22 1:00pm – 3:30pm
07/28/22 12:30pm – 3:00pm
08/11/22 1:00pm – 3:30pm
08/25/22 12:30pm – 3:00pm
09/09/22 1:00pm – 3:30pm
09/23/22 12:30pm – 3:00pm
LOCATION: LWR Town Hall
Canasta is open to beginners as well as experienced players. American Canasta Rules will be played. Maximum number of players: 20.
CONTACT: Helene Levin, firstname.lastname@example.org
DATES: Fourth Tuesday of the Month
TIME: 12:30 – 2:30pm
Members create handmade blankets (quilted, knitted, crocheted) to be donated to our charities. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY — WE CAN TEACH YOU!
CONTACT: Linda Stone at email@example.com
DATES: May 12, May 26, June 9
LOCATION: LWR Town Hall North
Yoga for all, led by certified yoga instructor (also a LWRWC member). Focuses on bringing harmony between mind and body. All levels are welcome for one hour session.
CONTACT: Pam Szabo, firstname.lastname@example.org
DATES: Every Monday
LOCATION: Legacy Golf Course, 8255 Legacy Blvd.
Enjoy a round of golf with other LWRWC members. Fee is $40 to be paid at arrival. Must register with Eileen at least 8 days before to ensure a tee time.
CONTACT: Eileen Buzzard, email@example.com, 716-984-8563
DATES: May 5, July 7, Sept. 20, Nov. 3
TIME: 11:00am – 12:30pm
A series of sessions specifically tailored to our membership that is lead by a new member with an extensive background in financial services (over 30 years in fnancial services industry). Seminars focus on what women need to know to be in control of their income, expenses, and investments. Sessions are informational only. No products will be offered or sold, and no advice will be given.
CONTACT: RSVP by Tuesday, 5/3, Jill Perlin, firstname.lastname@example.org
Enjoy the cinema with other movie lovers in a casual, friendly atmosphere. We meet for lunch at a local LWR downtown restaurant, followed by a movie of choice at the LWR Cinema. Come for lunch and/or the movie based on your schedule – join us whenever you can!
Meets: Third Friday of the Month
Time: 11:30 AM
Location: LWR Cinema
Contact: Sharon O’Toole at 952-454-1200 or 952-454-1200
DATES: May 6
LOCATION: Sarasota Orchestra at Ed Smith Stadium
Open to members who are interested in the Arts. We will attend events, concerts, and museums.
CONTACT: Monika Templeman, email@example.com or Helene Levin, firstname.lastname@example.org
CURRENTLY ON TEMPORARY HIATUS — CHECK BACK FOR MORE INFO
DESCRIPTION: Enjoy a morning bike ride on pavement at a comfortable pace for about an hour and a half. Those who want to do less can stop at any time. We make sure everyone bikes with a buddy. There will be no minimum or maximum number of people. The goal is to make this a fun exercise!
DATE: TBA Weather Permitting
TIME: Usually Launches at 9:00am
LOCATION: Meet at Nora Patterson Bay Island Park, 946 Siesta Dr., Sarasota
Fee is $30 per person for a single; $25 per person for a double. If you have your own kayak, the cost will be $10. We can take 8 singles and 2 doubles and fee can be paid at launch time.
CONTACT: Kathy Lane, email@example.com, 941-704-8799 (cell), 941-896-6927 (home)
Join with other creative souls! Every skill level is welcome. Bring your current project, start a new one, or have a look around the store for some inspiration. LWR Group is limited to 16 members at a time.
Meets: First Monday of each month
Next meeting: ON TEMPORARY HIATUS
Location: Knot Awl Beads –8111 Main Street Suite J106
Contact: LOOKING FOR NEW CONTACT PERSON
Monday, November 15, 2021
6:30-8:30 pm or thereabouts
6300 So. Tamiami Trail #3, Sarasota
(north of Stickney Point, right on Tamiami Trail)
Enjoy a flavor-filled evening tasting Award Winning Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Wine from the Mazzone groves and vineyards of Puglia, Italy! Exclusive to the Lakewood Ranch Women’s Club, come step into Italy for an evening and learn about this family owned treasure right here in Sarasota. You will be treated to 4 Italian wine samples, homemade Italian appetizers, an olive oil tasting experience, and a dessert.
This event will have a maximum capacity of 25 people. The cost is $27.
(Gratuity is additional and deeply appreciated.) Payment to be made at the event.
The full Italian wine and Italian craft beer selection will be available for purchase by the bottle or glass if you would like to enjoy more than the tasting. The store will be open to the LWRWC only during the event.
Reserve by calling Mazzone Olive Oil Monday through Friday between 10 am and 5 pm at 941-927-6573. Registration closes at 5 pm on November 11. Minimum 10 people. Maximum 25. Contact: Amy at 941-927-6573 or firstname.lastname@example.org for questions
After you have reserved a spot with Mazzone’s, email or text Regina Napoli so she has a count of how many are attending- email@example.com 917-553-7487
Send to Trish Newman
13052 Sorrento Way, Lakewood Ranch, FL 34211
Beading: Joan Lawrence Lawrencefirstname.lastname@example.org
Kayaking: Kathy Wingfield email@example.com
Blankets 4 Babies: Linda Stone firstname.lastname@example.org
Lady Bikers: Arminee Bowler email@example.com
Book Club: Marybeth Steffans firstname.lastname@example.org
Movie Group: Sharon O’Toolesaotoole@cbburnet.com
Bowling: Claudia Dombrow email@example.com
Cooking: Amy Gorman firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Volunteers: Helene Levin email@example.com
Healthy Walkers: Helene Levin firstname.lastname@example.org
Very Inspiring Performances: Monika Templeman MTemplemam@lwrwc.org
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Albert Ford II, Antiquities Expert
Albert’s background reads like a page out of Who is Who in the rarified world of antiquities. While studying in London as a young man, Albert began collecting English porcelain, silver, and British furniture of the Regency period at the Victoria and Albert Museum until his flat could hold no more. As a result, he began exporting antiques to the United States, specifically the Boston area, where he opened an antiques gallery business in 1965.
This business quickly became a hub for antiques dealers, auctioneers, and retailers interested in good quality English, European, and American antiques. For years, Albert imported treasures to America while buying antiques throughout New England, the South, and Canada. He joined the American Appraisers Association and the Appraisers’ Registry of New England and became an international appraiser working for attorneys, insurance companies, adjusters, museums, historical societies, schools, private citizens, and the United States Government Bureau of Internal Revenue.
After closing his Massachusetts antiques business in 2009, Albert continued to do appraisals and lecture on three continents. He is currently the head of the Appraisers’ Registry in the United States.