Author: Lucy Kragness

Week of October 18 – 22, 2021

Please wear a mask at the club with theexception of eating. Tuesdays – Lunch, Games and Bridge Previously purchased lunch coupons can be used;please add $2 for the price increase Reservations a must for Tuesday or Friday LunchFriday deadline for Tuesday lunch orders.Wednesday deadline for Friday lunch orders.218-724-3168 

Week of October 11 – 15, 2021

Please wear a mask at the club with theexception of eating. Tuesdays – Lunch, Games and Bridge Previously purchased lunch coupons can be used;please add $2 for the price increase Reservations a must for Tuesday or Friday LunchFriday deadline for Tuesday lunch orders.Wednesday deadline for Friday lunch orders.218-724-3168 

Fall Bazaar: 11/6/21

Fall Bazaar: 11/6/21

Saturday, November 6, 2021

9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

We are ready to welcome you back to our fall tradition! Join us on Saturday, November 6 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Duluth Womans Club at 2400 East Superior Street. Two floors of unique member and local vendor art, craft, jewelry, wearables, edibles, home decor and more. Truly something for all! Masks are required, and CDC distance guidelines will be followed.

Week of October 4 – 8, 2021

Tuesday, October 5th 10 amZoom Executive Board Meeting Tuesdays – Lunch, Games and Bridge Previously purchased lunch coupons can be used;please add $2 for the price increase Reservations a must for Tuesday or Friday LunchFriday deadline for Tuesday lunch orders.Wednesday deadline for Friday lunch orders.218-724-3168 or klatour@duluthwomansclub.com Watch This 

Week of September 27 – October 1, 2021

Please welcome new membersJessica PetersonGretchen Meier  Tuesdays – Lunch, Games and Bridge Previously purchased lunch coupons can be used;please add $2 for the price increase Reservations a must for Tuesday or Friday LunchFriday deadline for Tuesday lunch orders.Wednesday deadline for Friday lunch orders.218-724-3168 or klatour@duluthwomansclub.com Friday, October 1stNoon 

Week of September 20 – 24, 2021


Finally!  Our Duluth Woman’s Club is open for lunch and Bridge, Canasta and Mahjongg on Tuesday and lunch and programs on Friday.  We have a few Covid restrictions that are necessary and  will be on-going, such as masks must be worn by all, but we are open and it feels good. 

 I was out of town this past week so I could only sense the experience by phone or emails, and I heard many very positive comments about the food, the program, and especially seeing friends again.


Thank you for your patience as we prepared for this time.  We had plenty of challenges to work through, but we are open. 

We welcome you all to join us either on Tuesday for games or Friday for lunch and programs. I look forward to seeing you!
 Patty


Wednesday, September 22nd 9:30 a.m.
Governing Board Meeting


Tuesdays – Lunch, Games and Bridge


Friday, September 24th
11:30 Fall Fiscal Meeting, Noon Lunch
1 pm Program “My Art, My Voice”
by Kris Nelson

My chairs tell a story and each chair has a personality

Call or email Kathy LaTour for reservations
Wednesday deadline for lunch orders.
218-724-3168 or klatour@duluthwomansclub.com
There is not a standing list of names for programs
so please make your reservations each week


Friday, October 1st
Noon Lunch, 1 pm Program
“Living Walls” and “Music Enjoyment”
by Bill and Kate Isles


Thursday, October 7th
4 pm – 7 pm
CABI Fall Fashions

Enjoy finger food and a beverage/wine.
A portion of the sales will be donated to the DWC
.


Friday, October 8th
No Lunch or Program


Fall Bazaar at the Duluth Woman’s Club
10-3 on Saturday, November 6

Lunch and Member preview on Friday, November 5th

Can you commit to working a 2 hour shift?
 Contact Rosemary Guttormsson, 218-390-8426 or
email roseyrita@mac.com


The Book Club will meet Thursday, Oct 7th at 12:00. 
We are reading “The Last Thing
He Told Me” by Laura Dave. 
Nancy O will lead the discussion.


Photo Club with Lucy Kragness

East Lakewalk Photo Walk: Wednesday, September 22

Let’s check out fall colors on a photo walk on the eastern segment of the Lakewalk on Wednesday, September 22. We will gather at 1 pm at the Lakewalk Parking Lot on 26th Avenue East and London Road. This is a beautiful stretch of paved trail. All are welcome!


Please wear a mask at the club with the exception of eating and drinking


“A fallen leaf is nothing more than a summer’s wave.” –


Rolene Lampi

Vice President/Program Chair


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Week of September 13 – 17, 2021

Wednesday, September 15th 9:30 am on ZoomGoverning Board Meeting News of our lunches from Patty Miller: I’m excited to share the good news that we have made an arrangement with Beth Koralia, the owner of Merryweather Inn, a bed and breakfast near to us.  Beth 

Week of September 6 – 10, 2021

Watch This Space You won’t want to miss our participation in the Alzheimer’s Association’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s to raise funds and awareness for care, support and research on Saturday, September 11. Registration is easy! Use the following link to the DWC team page to register for the walk 

Week of August 30 – September 3, 2021


New Address – Jean Laundergan
Ecumen Lakeshore Memory Care
4000 London Road, Duluth, MN
55804


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Mark your calendars for Friday, September 10 at noon for a picnic on the terrace and in the sunroom to celebrate the beginning of a new year at DWC! There won’t be a program so you can greet and get reacquainted with friends and meet and get to know newer members. Lunch will cost $20, and menu options are a ham, cream cheese and cucumber sandwich with fruit or a Caesar salad. Please call or email Kathy LaTour (klatour@duluthwomansclub.com) to reserve your spot and let her know what you’d like to eat. Look forward to seeing all of you there!

Join us for refreshments at the club at 4:00 pm on Saturday, September 11 after we participate in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s. This get together is not limited to walkers…anyone may come! Marisa Hoogennaker is organizing our participation in the walk as part of our community outreach and will announce details as they are available. 

You don’t want to miss seeing Cabi’s fall fashions at the Fashion Showcase Happy Hour on Thursday evening, October 7 from 4-7 pm!
Sip wine and other beverages and nibble on finger food as you browse the racks. We’re holding this event at a later time in the day so some of our still-working members and trial members can attend. Clothes are available to try on, and Julie Dowd, our Cabi fashion specialist, will be on hand to help with sizing and putting together outfits you’ll love to wear to DWC events. A portion of the sales will be donated to the  DWC operating fund.


Once again it is time to register for Bridge

If you want to play any Tuesdays in September, please call Sandy Keyser (728-1787) or email sandrabkeyser@gmail.com.  We will meet at noon and then play.  Lunch service is still in the planning stage, so we will learn more details as they become available.


The Mainly Mysteries  book club will next meet on Thursday, September 9, at 12 noon. We are reading “The last thing he told me” by Nancy Dave. Nancy Otos will be leading the discussion.


Friday, September 17th 
Noon Lunch – 1 pm Program
In Harmony Reiki & Inner Wellness

Debbie Merrick will present a program based on her West Duluthbusiness In Harmony & Inner Wellness. She will share information from the life coach perspective and touch on services available that reach in other directions.


Photo Club with Lucy Kragness

No photo walk!

Here’s to end of summer fun in the sun! Keep your cameras
busy capturing your adventures.


The Duluth Woman’s Club will be following CDC Guidelines regarding Covid 19


“By all these lovely tokens September days are here,
With summer’s best of weather
And autumn’s best of cheer.”
-Helen Hunt Jackson, September


Rolene Lampi

Vice President/Program Chair


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Week of August 23 – August 27, 2021

New Address – Jean LaunderganEcumen Lakeshore Memory Care4000 London Road, Duluth, MN 55802 Watch This Space Mark your calendars for September 10 at noon for a picnic on the terrace and in the sunroom to celebrate the beginning of a new year at DWC! There won’t be a