Week of November 9-13, 2020

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Bizarre Bazaar for November 8-15.
All new items!

Thank you to all who contributed to “Paint the Hall
$250 was collected

1- Beautiful scarf or mini shawl: Great bulky scarf or mini shawl, for warmth when reading your book or watching TV. Predominately blue jewel tones. 86% Acrylic, 14% polyester. Machine wash in cold water. 11 inches wide, 4 feet long with a 5 inch fringe. Donated by Judy Rocchio. $25 minimum bid. Bid by sending an email to roseyrita@mac.com

2- 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

3- Pinecone wreath from Judy Rocchio. “Fall through Christmas” 21 inches , poinsettia theme bow and berries. $45 minimum bid.  Bid by sending an email to roseyrita@mac.com

4- Covid Activities Basket from Nancy’s Bodacious Bubble: Contents: Snuggly patriotic knee throw, Mandela coloring book, Colored pencils, Crossword book, Sudoku book, 2 hardbound mysteries, Jigsaw puzzle, Hot Chocolate mix, 2 decks of playing cards. Donor Nancy Gregg. Minimum bid $75. Bid by sending an email to roseyrita@mac.com

6-Here is the holiday basket you’ve been waiting for! Contents include:

  • A $50 gift certificate to the Duluth Kitchen Company
  • A signed and numbered Longaberger 1991 Yuletide Traditions basket holding a bottle of Hogue Late Harvest Riesling
  • Truffles
  • Salted caramels
  • A large chocolate bar
  • A wine stopper
  • Holiday cocktail napkins
  • Wine glass charms
  • Crackers
  • A small book of Chicken Soup for the Soul

7-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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November Book Club

The book for the Tuesday, November 10th meeting is “The Girl You Left Behind” by JoJo Moyes,  discussion led by Nancy.  We are meeting at 10:30 a.m.  Please note the new time.
We continue to be required to limit our meeting to 10 members.  Please let me know that are planning to attend and I will keep count.
joannzmn@gmail.com
JoAnn Zarins 728-1688


November 13th 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 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

Lakewalk Photo Walk on Wednesday, November 11

We had so much fun last week, that we are returning to explore the upper section of the Lakewalk! We will gather on Wednesday, November 11 at 1 pm at the Lakewalk Parking Lot on 26th Avenue East and London Road. The lot is behind the Holiday station. We will walk along the paved trail adjacent to the railroad tracks above London Road. All are welcome to join us. 

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“There’s just something beautiful about walking on snow that nobody else has walked on. It makes you believe you’re special.
-Carol Rifka Brunt 

Rolene Lampi

Vice President/Program Chair


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