2019 Program Highlights


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Upcoming Programs

March 27, 2019 – Tim Duane, PhD, a professor and researcher at University of California, Santa Cruz, researches oceans and coral throughout the world. He will speak to us about his research and the impact of changes affecting our daily lives and the climate. You won’t want to miss this informative talk.

April 24, 2019 – Fashion Show. Always a special event, our annual fashion show’s theme this year is “Savvy, Sassy & Sophisticated.” Discover the new you and how to layer your look to best fit your body type. Store owners will bring one WOW item to be raffled off –five raffles you will want to win. Five other raffles will each include the opportunity to receive an in-store consultation from your favorite store plus a gift certificate for lunch at a local restaurant for you and a friend. Now that’s a fun day of fashion to win!

Please note our new reservation policy on the Luncheons page and get those reservations in as soon as you get the details in your March Newsletter.

More Program Highlights

May 22, 2019Ken Getz and Sierra Stages Perform. Sierra Stages will be back again with another popular presentation. This may be our last year for the wonderful performances under the direction of Ken Getz. Our best local artists will share music from their new 2019 theater offerings including songs from “Hand to God,” “You’re Gonna Love Tomorrow” and “Cabaret.” Sierra Stages’ three-show season tickets are now on sale for 2019.

June 26, 2019 – When Your Loved One Passes Away, Are You Ready? This will be an informative meeting, a practical approach to help you transition when you have lost a loved one (spouse or partner). Two of our Newcomers members who are making this painful life adjustment will discuss some helpful tips on making life easier when dealing with all the paperwork after losing a spouse or partner. They will encourage input from others as well. These members are not attorneys, but women with valuable experiences to share. They will discuss getting documents (and the ones you didn’t think about) in order, what information you need to have in hand, and actions you need to take and when. Discussion leaders will interact and share heartwarming experiences that will help you prepare for and endure the difficult tasks involved after loss. Helpful handouts will be provided to all who attend.