Week of November 16-20, 2020

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Bizarre Bazaar for November 15-22

Thank you to all, for your donations and bids over the past few weeks. I neglected to mention that two of our board members organized their “bubbles” to create baskets. Thank you to Nancy Gregg’s bubble and Ellie Dryer’s bubble. Great teamwork!

New this week:

1- Beaded Christmas tree #1 8×10 framed. Pearly white with yellow gems. A nice gift for a friend or a new addition to your Christmas decorations. Donated by Nancy Gregg.
Minimum bid $30. Email roseyrita@mac.com with your bid.
 
2- Beaded Christmas tree #2 8×10 framed. A bejeweled dazzler in greens with gold. Check it out on the website or Facebook. Donated by Nancy Gregg.
Minimum bid $30. Email roseyrita@mac.com with your bid.
 
3- A cozy chenille scarf:  soft gray in color, 6 1/2 inches wide, 68 inches long with 5” fringe. Donated by Nancy Gregg.
Minimum bid $25. Email roseyrita@mac.com with your bid.
 
4- Not so much a scarf as a statement:  Colorful, you must check it out on the website, 3 1/2 inches wide, 58 inches long, 4 1/2 inch fringe.
Minimum bid $15. Email roseyrita@mac.com with your bid.
 
5. Grinch Pillows Set # 1: Don’t be a Grinch,  bid on this pair of pillows. One features the Grinch as a “Registered Regifter” and the other is Cat in the Hat. The covers are removable, all washable. Donated by Candy Adams. Minimum bid for the pair $20. Email roseyrita@mac.com with your bid.
 
6. Grinch Pillows Set # 2: One features the Grinch as “I’m here for the roast beast” and the other is Cat in the Hat. The covers are removable, all washable. Donated by Candy Adams.
Minimum bid for the pair $20. Email roseyrita@mac.com with your bid.
 
7. Poppies, a bit of sunshine: 6×6 watercolor. An original watercolor by Rosemary Guttormsson. Painting is mounted on a board, ready to hang. Perfect for small space. Minimum bid $40. Email roseyrita@mac.com with your bid.

From last week:

8. Pinecone wreath from Judy Rocchio. “Fall through Christmas” 21 inches, beautiful gold bow.
$45 minimum bid.  Bid by sending an email to roseyrita@mac.com

 
9. Japanese Tea and Sake Set: A beautiful tea and sake set purchased by Judi Hermans in Japan and never used. It’s beautiful! It even has kimono coasters. It would make a great gift this Holiday Season. Marissa Hoogenakker added tea and sake, so it’s ready to go!
$45 minimum bid.  Bid by sending an email to roseyrita@mac.com
 
You have to see photos of the above items. Go to Facebook, Instagram or our DWC website: https://duluthwomansclub.com/bizarre-bazaar/bizarre-bazaar/

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December Book Club

The book we are reading for our December 8th meeting is
“The Better Sister” by Alafair Burke.
Rosemary will lead the discussion.
Remember we are meeting at 10:30 and are limited to 10.  Please let me know you are coming and I will keep count. 
JoAnn Zarins.  Jzarins@charter.net or 728-1688


* * RESCHEDULED **
November 20th 1 pm
Zoom  Presentation
Journey to the Arctic
Presented by Char Taylor
DWC Member

Leaving the port of Longyearbyen, in Svalbard, Norway, Char headed north to the Arctic Circle.
Come and share Char’s 11-day
cruise where she saw whales, walrus, seals,
reindeer, polar bears, birds and glaciers.
Reservations with Rolene Lampi
Rolenelampi@gmail.com
218-742-2401


December 4th 1 pm
Zoom Presentation * *Rescheduled* *
Green Home Solutions
Presented by Steven Stern

Steve will share with us information about the causes and solutions
to the common indoor air quality problems of mold, allergens,
dust, odors and other common indoor air quality concerns.
Questions welcome regarding air quality.

Reservations with Rolene Lampi
Rolenelampi@gmail.com
218-742-2401


December 11th 1 pm
Zoom Presentation
Presented by Madeleine Binsfrahm, MA
Development Director

Support Women’s Empowerment 
 The Women’s Bakery is a social enterprise that gainfully employees women and provides access to quality breads in Rwanda. There will be pictures and information about Rwanda as well.
Reservations with Rolene Lampi
Rolenelampi@gmail.com
218-742-2401

 

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A Message from Lucy Kragness and the Camera Club

Leif Erikson/Lakewalk Photo Walk: Wednesday, November 18

Our Lakewalk exploration continues! All are welcome to join us on Wednesday, November 18 at 1 p.m. at the parking lot by the Rose Garden on 13th Avenue East and London Road. We will check out Leif Erikson Park and walk on the paved Lakewalk toward Fitter’s. Here’s hoping shipping traffic dazzles us!

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“I was always looking outside myself for strength and confidence, but it comes from within. It is there all the time.” -Anna Freud

Rolene Lampi

Vice President/Program Chair


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