Week of July 5 – July 9, 2021


HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY


Round Table Discussion

Thursday, July 15th 1 pm
Contact Patty or Rolene for reservations
Pattymiller13@icloud.com
Rolenelampi@gmail.com


FALL IN PERSON BAZAAR

Start thinking of what you can contribute to the Duluth Woman’s Club bazaar on November 6!
 
Crafts and Handmade items?
Bakery/Food Items?
Can you help a craft or food group with projects?
Other ideas?
 
Are you an artist or crafter and would like to have your own “POP UP” and have 30% of your sales go to the DWC?
 
Call Rosemary Guttormsson, 218-390-8426
or email roseyrita@mac.com


The Mainly Mysteries Book Club is not meeting in July. 
Our next meeting is Thursday, August 12, at 12:00.

We are reading “Anxious People” by Fredrick Backman and the discussion will be led by Helen Smith Stone.


Community Outreach 

The Animal Allies Walk For Animals is happening in-person on July 15th starting with the first wave of walkers at 6:30 pm. Please consider a donation if you will not  be participating.
Contact Marisa at risamarceau@gmail.com 


Do you want to play bridge this summer? Please notify Sandy Keyser of all Tuesdays this summer that you can play. 218-728-1787 or sandrabkeyser@gmail.com.


Photo Club with Lucy Kragness

Photo Club with Lucy Kragness
Rose Garden Photo Walk: Wednesday, July 7

The roses are blooming! Join us this week as we continue to explore the Rose Garden and the Lakewalk this summer. We will meet on Wednesday, July 7 at 1 pm at the parking lot by the Rose Garden on 13th Avenue East and London Road. After adding more rose photos to our camera rolls, we will walk on the paved Lakewalk. If you would rather skip the walk, there are benches in the park and along the Lakewalk and in Leif Erickson Park. Our walks are in sync with the train schedule, and last Wednesday we watched a laker head out. Being a tourist in our own town rocks — and the forecast calls for glorious winds off the lake!


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


“We must be free not because we claim freedom, but because we practice it.” -William Faulkner


Rolene Lampi

Vice President/Program Chair


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