Contact Judy Strassenberg at 904-292-0128 for reservations.
NOTE: Luncheon cost is $16.50. Checks must be received by April 21st. There will be no exceptions.
Sliced Fresh Melon Plate with Strawberries
Salisbury Steak with Gravy
Parsley and Butter Baby Red Potatoes
Ice Cream Parfait with Cookie
Coffee, Tea and Water
Chef’s Salad is offered as an alternative to the menu. Guests should be advised of this option. If the salad is desired, it must be noted on your reservation check. No changes can be made after reservation deadline.
NOTE: Salad dressings available: Italian, Light Italian and Ranch only.
Our program for April is the wildly popular Game Day.
Please choose to play either Bridge, Bunco, or Mexican Train and write your choice on your reservation check.
Logistics requires this information prior to the day.
Don’t forget your daubers if you have them.
You have every chance of going home with a pocketful
Other Events this Month
Travel – April 1 – will be a trip to Ocala for the world famous glass bottom boats at Silver Springs State Park. We will leave promptly at 8:30am from the far left end (the Great Wall end) of the Beall’s parking lot on San Jose in order to head down SR13 to SR16 to begin our trip. The glass bottom boats offer a 30 minute tour every 30 to 45 minutes. Glass panels built into the deck reveal artifacts and antiquities lying on the bottom of the crystal clear water. Entrance to the park is $8 per car, everyone pays her share. Tickets for the boats are $11. Senior rate is $10. There will be time for restrooms and the gift shop before heading into Ocala to lunch at Harry’s on the Square, a branch of the St. Augustine Harry’s. Even with a little strolling around town, we should be heading home by 2:00pm. Rider’s share is $14.00, cash to your driver. Please sign up at the luncheon or contact Ann Blodgett.
Antiques – April 8 – We’ll be doing our very popular tour of the Beach Blvd. thrift stores. We’ll hit some of our old favorites, and then a few new ones, as well. Lunch will be at a cool little diner, Johnny Angel’s, at 12:30pm. Directions and a map will be available when we meet. We will leave from the Tree Steak House promptly at 9:30 am and Rider’s share will be $5, cash to your driver. Please sign up at the luncheon or email Alo Garris or Judi Seidner. Please let us know if you can drive.
Dining Out – April 9 – Here’s your chance to experience one of the top 25 restaurants in North Florida. We will meet at Aqua Grill, 950 Sawgrass Blvd. in Sawgrass Village, time to be determined. Visit aquagrill.net if you’d like to check their menu. This will be a wonderful evening, as the restaurant is known for its lovely ambiance, great outdoor room with fireplace and heaters, and a bar/lounge for a pre-dinner drink or nightcap.
Social –April 12 –will be a great trip to St. Simons Island, Ga. We will be taking a 1 ½ hour Ron’s Trolley tour at 12 noon from the end of Mallery St. in St. Simons Pier Village. Park along the street.This historic and entertaining tour includes historic sites as well as Christ Church and the lighthouse. Be sure to bring a snack, if you’d like, to tide you over until the tour ends at approximately 1:30pm. Lunch will be on our own at one of the various restaurants near where we boarded the trolley, and great shopping is conveniently nearby. The tour cost is $20 per person, cash to the trolley driver, and spouses are welcome. We will leave from Hobby Lobby promptly at 9:30am. Rider’s share is $12 cash to your driver. Sign up at the luncheon, or contact Barbara Petty.
Recipe Exchange – April 13 -- will be hosted by Laura Czaplicki at 11:30am. The theme will be “Appetizers and Snacks”. Laura will provide dessert and drinks. Please bring your recipe to share and a container to take home leftovers. Sign up at the luncheon or contact Laura.