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Armchair Wine and Crime sleuths meet in May

May 10, 2019 ITG 0

Information submitted by Lou Reiter and Marilyn McFadden For readers, once you find characters who keep you interested and an author who keeps you guessing, why not read more in a series? The Wine and […]

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Oh dear, whatever happened to my plants?

May 10, 2019 ITG 0

By Sara Juneau A funny thing happened on the way to spring this year. At first, fresh green leaves began appearing on the branches of shrubs in Big Canoe gardens. Tiny points of the sword-blades […]

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Fun and friendship closed the Ridgerunners’ year

May 10, 2019 ITG 0

By Christine Flaherty “I don’t want food, fun and friendship on the same day,” said no Ridgerunners member ever. When offered the chance to come together for festive fair games, old-timey music and socializing with […]

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Why can’t I just read all day, everyday?

May 10, 2019 ITG 0

This is the time of year when you don’t dare leave a book outside on the porch. The pages will surely be covered with fluffy green pollen, which gives new meaning to leafing through pages […]

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Charlie Steele takes to stitching his photos

May 10, 2019 ITG 0

By Steven Daniel Carlisle The May meeting of the Big Canoe Photography Club features Charlie Steele, a club member. Charlie‘s love of photography began over 40 years ago. He enjoyed both taking pictures and working […]

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Lit Lunch invites Dante to dine on May 3

May 10, 2019 ITG 0

By Fran Holman McKenzie Lit Lunch will meet Friday, May 3 to discuss “Dante and the Lobster,” a short story by Samuel Barclay Beckett. Samuel Beckett was born on Good Friday, 1906, in Foxrock, Ireland. […]

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There’s a new kick in town

May 10, 2019 ITG 0

Information submitted by Vince Giordano Looking for a little exercise and social action? Vince Giordano is kicking up interest in adults playing co-ed kickball at Big Canoe. Now don’t be confusing this game with that […]