Clubs & Committees

WFB educates and inspires for all things green

March 27, 2019 ITG 0

On February 9, the Wildflower Bunch (WFB) hosted the POA Community Coffee featuring a presentation on invasive plants by Walter Bland of Rock Spring Restorations. Walter showed what can happen if invasive plants get a […]

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Ready to boot scoot and boogie?

March 27, 2019 ITG 0

Information submitted by Karen Waters It’s been too long, but Ladies’ Line Dance is shuffling once again. Ladies who love lining up with their gal pals to strut their stuff with giggles and wiggles are […]

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Mother’s Morning Out has a change to announce

March 27, 2019 ITG 0

Information submitted by Lindsey Wesseling To better meet the needs of Big Canoe moms, a change has been made in the newly formed Mother’s Morning Out sponsored by the Big Canoe Chapel. No longer will […]

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‘When in doubt, pedal it out’

March 27, 2019 ITG 0

It can be difficult and daunting to take a bike ride in the bleak of winter when black ice can pop up anywhere, but with springtime coming soon, count on bike riders to be out […]

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Acoustic Showcase roars in like a lion on March 7

March 27, 2019 ITG 0

Information submitted by Brad Morgan Like a lion, Acoustic Showcase will roar into March with powerful sounds and maybe a few cymbals to welcome what’s hoped to be the promise of spring. Musicians will gather […]

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Lit Lunch followed ‘The Nose’ in March

March 27, 2019 ITG 0

By Vivian Sheperis Lit Lunch met on Friday, March 1 for a roundtable discussion of Nicolai Gogol’s classic and perplexing short story, “The Nose.” Is it wild surrealism, biting satire, political commentary, allegory, or just […]