The Clubhouse reopens on Monday, April 1st, with the following activities planned for the week:
MONDAY- Bridge at 11 a.m.
TUESDAY- Handicrafts and Mahjong Groups at 11 a.m.
WEDNESDAY- at 11 a.m.-Social Meeting with Jeff Weisman, editor-in-chief of the magazine “InMadrid”.Tales and travails of producing a magazine in Madrid. Coffee at 11 a.m., talk starts at 11,30. Take advantage to bring in your donations for Bring & Buy! Sign up at Club. Ring 91-457-1108 or email.
ALSO ON WEDNESDAY- Canasta and extra Bridge session, both at 11 a.m.
THURSDAY- La Quinta de los Molinos Walk, led by Nancy Jones, meet at exit of Metro Suanzes (line 5) at 11.m. Sign up at Club.
ALSO ON THURSDAY- Bring and Buy Set Up from 10,30 to 4 p.m.
FRIDAY- Bring and Buy Set Up from 10,30-4 p.m.
ALSO ON FRIDAY- at noon- Country Line Dancing at noon, Círculo de Baile Vicky José Antonio on Calle José Abascal, n. 4. There is a fee of 9€ for this activity.
Please take note that the Club will be closed on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of Easter week, and will reopen on Monday, April 1st. Regular activities (Bridge, Mahjong and Handicraft/Patchwork) will take place at their usual time on Monday or Tuesday, March 25th and 26th. Paper copies of the April bulletin will be arriving soon, but in the meantime you may consult the on-line addition by clicking onto the icon to the right of this article. Start looking into our activities for the month of April. There has to be something of interest for everyone!! Happy Easter to all!
A round of applause is deserved by all who helped to make the March 23rd AWC Talent Show a standing-room-only success. Thanks first of all to our performers: Paula Lerdo de Tejada, the DaniPhils, the Sweet Twins, Mike McDonald, Ita Ruíz, Yuin Cheena, and the Barbies. They kept their cool under very limited space conditions. And thanks to the hard work of among others: Nina Valdés for having the original idea and making it a reality; Evelyn Pérez for decorating the stage; Lynne Friedman for her work as Mistress of Ceremonies and CD Technician; Monica Cobos and Rosemary Hoogesteger and others who worked the bar and kitchen; Catherine Clark for producing our paper program from way over in Manhattan; to the judges for evaulating the performances: and to all those who helped set up and clean up before and after the event. Not to be forgotten is our patient audience!! And thanks to Restaurante Bangkok in Madrid for donating the finger food served at intermission time.