Diversions Plans an Active Autumn

Due to postponements, evacuations, and general hurricane mayhem, the Diversions Group is offering extra events in October and November.

First off, on Friday October 20 we are presenting a Night of JAZZ in the clubhouse.  Come and groove to the instrumentals of the Daryl Patrick Jazz Ensemble, featuring vocalists Billie Pimentel and Bob Leonardo.  There is no admission charge, but freewill donations and a 50/50 raffle will be offered to cover expenses.  BYOB, come and relax to grown-up music with your friends.  We’ll be there from 7 – 9 PM.

Immediately following that, Diversions is introducing a new activity on October 21, Tanglewood Live!, an Open Mike night in the clubhouse. We’ll be starting at 7:00  PM.  There will be a sign-up sheet on the credenza by Monday, looking for residents who will tell jokes in an informal and casual setting.  Admission is free, and 50/50’s will be sold.  BYOB again.

You get a couple days to relax, then another new card game will be taught and played on the 24th.  The game goes by a couple different names, but “Screw Your Neighbor” seems to be the most well known.  Lessons will be offered at 12:30, play starts at 1:00. You’ll need to bring a couple of dollars for playing chips.


Here’s the Big One:  The original murder mystery “Who Killed Jani Rachelman” will be presented on Tuesday, Nov. 7 and Thursday, Nov. 9, at 7:00 PM.  See your neighbors and friends, and some new people you haven’t met yet, performing in a Reader’s Theater format.  The admission is FREE, as always, and there will be a free snack at intermission.  See if you can guess who killed the lawyer, and how it was done. Hey, who hasn’t wanted to kill a lawyer at one time or another?  Fabulous raffle prizes will be offered, and of course there will be a 50/50 to help cover expenses.  More details about the play will be in the TWRTimes and given at Monday Coffees.

Just cleaning up a bit:  Craft and Hobby Fair is November 11 and the Garage Sale is the 25 and 26th.

Diversions is a small committee with big ideas.  We could use a few more members to help make some of the grander plans become reality.  Contact Bob Larocque or MaryLee Cipriano for information on how you can help with just one event.

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