All Lakes residents and their guests are invited to join the Out To Lunch Bunch on Wednesday, March 8 at Fibber Magee's in Chandler.
Fibber Magee’s, the only truly authentic Irish owned and operated restaurant and pub in the East Valley, has been in business since March 2003. Their menu includes traditional Irish dishes such as Corned Beef and Cabbage, Shepherd's Pie and Baileys Bread and Butter Pudding. The full menu may be viewed at http://fibbermageespub.com/menu
All flat breads are $7 and desserts are $5 on Wednesdays.
Please make reservations at the Beach and Tennis Club no later than Monday, March 6. Let us know if you need a ride, as we will carpool from the Beach and Tennis Club at 11:30 AM for a 12:00 luncheon on Wednesday.
Fibber Magee’s located at 1989 W. Elliot Road, Mesa at the SE corner of Dobson Road and Elliot Road.
Call April Sapinski (480-831-7228) if you have any questions.
The Classic Film selection for March is the Dressmaker, a drama with comic undertones about love, fashion, and revenge set in 1950's Australia. Kate Winslet plays the dressmaker returning to her hometown in the country with a haute-couture style, a sewing machine, and a plan to right some wrongs.
The Classic Film Club meets in the upstairs lounge the third Wednesday of the month except for summer and the holidays. After a friendly pot luck at 11:30 AM, they screen a classic film. So if you're into film with an classic attitude, call the monthly hostess and give an RSVP to Lorraine Warren at 480-820-1605.
Classic Film is a Potluck event, so RSVP to Gloria Hollingsworth at 480-838-0753 or Alecia Kindgren 480-839-1072 and bring a dish to share.
"I've never met anyone uniformly kind and good," said Quebec detective Armand Gamache. In our February selection, Still Life, so many people in the small Quebec town of Three Pines confirm that supposition. Then...murder enters the picture. Kathi Burke led a discussion that showed how the book related to different people in various ways. There were 10 attendees, 4 men and 6 women.
Next: Lemon Tree
In March, we will be reading The Lemon Tree by Sandy Tolan. Tolan personalizes the Arab-Israeli conflict by tracing the intertwined lives of a Palestinian refugee named Bashir Al-Khairi and a Jewish settler named Dalia Eshkenazi Landau. The pair is connected through a stone home in Ramla, now part of Israel. The book is a different look in novel form at the relationships in the Israel/Palestinian region.
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All Lakes residents and their guests are welcome!
Jane will be your greeter at Hob Nob Sports Grill on Friday, March 17 at 5:30 PM. Yes, it's St. Patrick's day and the LWC and friends are ready to celebrate! Hob Nob is located at 7200 W. Chandler Blvd. in Chandler, just east of the I-10; phone number 480-940-4745.
You won't want to miss this fun-filled special event with Irish music and Corned Beef and Cabbage! All are welcome as we socialize with neighbors and friends, and enjoy the terrific variety of food and beverages they have to offer. Hob Nob features appetizers, sandwiches, salads, burgers and a variety of entrees. You can view the full menu and their many daily food and drink specials at their website hobnobsports.com.
Everyone deserves a break from our busy schedules, so come on over, sit, chat, enjoy! Please come, even if you are solo. Just look for us at the group table. Ask the staff to point us out. We hope to see you then!
Launie Harlacher: 345-7746
The LWC meets the first Thursday of the month at 6:30 PM. All Lakes women are welcome.
The Out To Lunch Bunch meets at the Beach and Tennis Club the second Wednesday of every month except during summer and carpools to a new gastronomic adventure for lunch. The Bunch reserves tables, so sign up at the Clubhouse at least one day in advance. Meet at the Club to carpool at 11:30 AM or meet at the lunch spot at noon.
The Classic Film Club meets in the upstairs lounge the third Wednesday of the month except for summer and the holidays. After a friendly pot luck at 11:30 AM, they screen a classic film. So if you're into film with an classic attitude, call the monthly hostess and give an RSVP.
All Lakes residents and their guests are welcome as we socialize with neighbors and friends and enjoy the good food and friendly beverages at a different local watering hole each month. Everyone deserves a break from our busy schedules, so come on over, sit, chat, enjoy! Join us! Please come, even if you are solo. Just look for us at the group table. Ask the staff to point us out. We hope to see you then!
The Histories and Mysteries book club meets once a month on the third Thursday at 7:15 PM in the Beach and Tennis Club. Discussion is open to any topic about the book chosen at the previous meeting. Be prepared for lively and thought-provoking conversation on a variety of books and authors. For more information about the club, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.