Interest Groups accepting more members

Art Appreciation Art history knowledge is not necessary; you only need a love of art.

Arts Around Toronto We visit places of cultural interest followed by a sociable lunch in a nearby restaurant.

Baby Boomers Plus Members plan social outings with no pre-work/studying. e.g. visits to galleries, restaurants, doing interesting crafts. Fun events and socializing is our focus.

Badminton Non-competitive doubles badminton in Don Mills from Sept. to May.

Books – Between the Covers Book lists are planned in June, alternating fiction and non-fiction, for the coming year. A member reviews a book followed by a lively discussion.

Book Review We discuss one or two books that we have read. One person gives an introduction to the author, reads some reviews from the press, then the members contribute their opinions in a very relaxed, non-threatening discussion.

Bridge Wednesday Evening Duplicate ll meets monthly.

Bridge Thursday Evening Duplicate meets monthly

Bridge “Not so Basic” Afternoon We are a fun group who meets twice a month. Skills range from limited to more experienced players.

Bridge Alpha This group meets twice monthly in the afternoon.

Euchre l We play monthly in the afternoon.

Global Concerns Interesting discussions about social and economic issues.

Lawn Bowling We meet May to September at the Willowdale Lawn Bowling Club, 150 Beecroft Road, north of Yonge and Sheppard.

Life Skills Our discussions range from ethical concerns, health information, good books, hidden treasures of Toronto, planning for change, and other topics of interest.

Movie Matinee Enjoy other members’ company during and after an afternoon movie.

Play Reading Members discuss plays that members choose from the library.

Status of Women and Human Rights  We are an advocacy oriented group, focusing on issues of interest to women.

Table Hoppers We go all over the city: have fun, good food, and conversation. Members take turns hosting: make reservations, ensure restaurant will give separate cheques.

To be or Not to be This group attends local/community theatre productions.

Walk and Talk Our congenial group enjoys nature in parks and ravines. We walk twice a month on cleared paths, and we always carry a cellphone.

The bridge groups are looking for SPARES.