This year the luncheon was hosted by members of the Book Exchange interest group. Thank you to the organizing committee, Marilyn Jackson, Barb Kirkham, Mary Miller, Susan Pine, and Cathy Warren. A big thank you also to the young ladies from Abigail’s Learning Centre who volunteered their time to assist.
By popular request entertainment was provided by local musician, Michael Faulkner, and four of his very talented piano and vocal students.
Members of the Arts interest group recently visited Toronto where they attended the ballet, Anna Karenina, and dined at Osgoode Hall.
Members of the Read the World at Lunch interest group met recently at the home of Ardith Bennett. They discussed The Alice Network by Kate Quinn and enjoyed a hearty bowl of soup.
Grace Hollett, National CFUW President, joined the Table Hoppers group on Wednesday, Oct 17 at Portobella in Picton. After Grace explained that she had never been to ‘The County’, Club President Laura Hare made a scenic detour to Lake on the Mountain before driving Grace to her son’s home near Plainfield.
A message from interest group leader, Alison Brown:
I was in touch with the Beaufort Pub and they can accommodate our group on Monday nights. I’ve booked us in for the 3rd Monday of each month at 5:30 pm. The meeting will last as long as we want, but will probably end between 8:00 and 8:30 pm. The address is 173 Dundas St E Belleville ON K8N 1C9 Canada
The time you arrive is up to you, but I’ll be there for 5:30 pm. Remember this can be just a drink, or dinner and a drink or no drink and just knitting/crocheting. You can arrive and leave at any time you want.Don’t forget to bring your knitting, crocheting or any other craft you can do on your lap. If you want to learn how to knit or crochet – don’t buy anything… I have LOTS of extras and can lend you something to get started.Once we are there, we can talk about how we want to move forward with this group.We could
- do our own thing
- all work on a similar project (like socks or shawls, etc)
- look for options for knitting for charities such as Knitted Knockers https://knittedknockerscanada.com/index.html or Ontario Knits for Hope https://www.facebook.com/pg/Ontario.Knits.For.Hope.Initiative/about/?ref=page_internal
- find a local charity who needs knitted things (schools, hospice, hospital)
- do a combination of allThanks again for signing up and I’ll see you on Oct 15.
There was an excellent turnout for the September Coffee Party which was the first meeting of the 2018 – 2019 year. The room was abuzz as returning members and new members paid their membership fees, investigated the numerous interest groups, socialized and enjoyed the delicious refreshments provided by the Special Events committee.