Activities

Broadway Lights Production

Sounds of SpringWhat are the sounds of Spring? What do you think about when it’s Springtime? Flowers blooming, baseball games, new life, or could it be love? The Broadway Lights performance on Friday night was directed and produced by Donna Scorse. The entertainment began with the song ‘Get Together’ by Gayle Mattulina. Other vocalists and…

Tanglewood Model Yacht Club Season Results

Info submitted by Steve Albert On Saturday March 30th The Tanglewood Model Yacht Club held their annual award’s luncheon on the pool veranda.This year’s race season winners were:SOLING SILVER FLEET1st Place Rick Goodner2nd Place. Steve Albert3rd Place Mike JohnsonSOLING GOLD FLEET1st Place Bill Coppage2nd Place Bob FritzVICTOR 32 FLEET1st Place Jack Richardson2nd Place Bill Coppage3rd…

Neil Diamond

Sweet Caroline Oh, Sweet Caroline… If you didn’t attend the Sunday night Special Events featuring the Solitary Man, AKA Tribute to Neil Diamond, you really missed a fantastic show.  He had just as great a performance as last year if not better.  During intermission you could hear some of the residents talking about his voice.…

My Word!

TriphthongTrif-thongNouna phonological unit consisting of three successive vocalic sounds in one syllable; three vowel sounds pronounced as oneTechnically, the word hour contains a triphthong.First used in English in 1559, but no one recalls (or cares) why.

2025 Golden Anniversary Celebration

The 50th Wedding Anniversary Celebration will take place on Tuesday February 18th in the Clubhouse.  This is in conjunction with Special Meals.  Nola Bernstein and her team prepare a “delicious” meal.  Pastor Bill Burnham will officiate in the renewing of your vows.  It is a very special celebration for our Tanglewood couples that are celebrating…

My Word! March 11

Scotoma Sco-to-ma Noun A spot in the visual field where vision is absent or impaired The presence of a scotoma may be a symptom  of glaucoma. This one was first found in English in 1822, but of course came from Latin, and they stole it from the Greek verb skotoun, meaning to darken.