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Concert in the Park cancelled for tonight Aug 11, 2018

Unfortunately due to the weather getting progressively worse…we have decided to cancel tonight’s event with the Paul Lussier band as there are now flash flood warnings and likely power outages…Paul and his band will be rescheduling for a later date…we will keep you posted…arrow rental will be giving us credit for a future tent rental… please pass the word on!!! Thank You, Kay n Steph

Men’s Club, Women’s Club and Recreation Program

The Men’s Club, Women’s Club and Recreation Program have posted their tentative schedules on their respective pages as well as the Events Calendar.  Please be sure to check the Events Calendar for updates.  Summer’s almost here!!

Zelda Fitzgerald is Coming to Black Point!

The Black Point Women’s Club has arranged for Rita Parisi from Waterfall Productions to present “I am Zelda,” a one-act play about Mrs. F. Scott Fitzgerald.  She will be appearing at the Clubhouse on Tuesday, July 29, 2014 at 7 p.m.  This original play sheds light on the mythical life of Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald, often known as the muse and infamous flapper wife of F. Scott Fitzgerald, author of The Great Gatsby.  The play takes place in 1940 when Zelda is living with her mother in Montgomery, Alabama.  Her husband, Scott, has recently died and her southern belle and flapper days are long since behind her.  On the verge of a new year, Zelda will come face to face with her past and her possible future.

Please join us at the Clubhouse.  Bring your favorite beverage.  Light snacks will be provided.

Also, please register in advance.  Cost is $20.  For more information, please contact Carolyn Boyle, 860-739-5124.

Women’s Club News

Our summer got off to a great start. We enjoyed getting together at our first meeting, catching up, just socializing, and making our own creations at our Ice Cream Bar. Thanks to our great Hostess Committee, Diane Zukowski and Betty Barrett, for gathering all of the fun ingredients.

Our program on July 15 will feature Heather Thibeault. Heather is a DIY modern day homesteader who teaches about sustainable living. She is a licensed cosmetologist and hairdresser who several years ago found herself facing an autoimmune disease that makes her particularly sensitive to heavy metals in the environment. After several years of research, she has found ways to create household products that do not use any chemicals. At our meeting she will discuss “If you can’t eat it, don’t put it on your skin!” It may sound impossible for beauty products to be edible AND effective at the same time, but if you make them yourself, it is possible. Learn some basics of making your own skin care products, discuss natural ingredients, and make-and-take your own lip balm. Please join us on Tuesday night at the Clubhouse at 7 p.m. New members and guests are welcome.