Trunk or Treat 2021 – Photos #3

Trunk or Treat 2021 – Photos #2

Fall Updates

  • The latest newsletter was mailed this week.
  • Fall planting was installed at the front entry.
  • The GB Garage Sale took place this weekend, Sept. 24-35.
  • The GB Fall Business Meeting will be a scaled- down event to be held outside on the back patio of 3785 Jamaica Court – rain or shine – Tuesday, October 19th at 6pm.
  • A “Trunk or Treat” Halloween event will be held Sunday October 24th for the neighborhood.  Decorated cars, bikes, golfcarts or other miscellaneous vehicles will assemble at the Club parking lot between 1 and 2pm. At 4pm the neighborhood parade begins so it should be a fun-filled afternoon, weather permitting. RSVPs are required, so please contact Angie Doyle (click to email)  ADoyle@GreenbrierGCC.com or online.
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Spring Events

Save the dates!

Ladies Tea: Sunday, March 8.

Neighborhood Business Meeting:  UPDATE:  The meeting is cancelled.  Monday, April 13 at the home of Carl and Sarah Lee, 1805 Bahama Rd.  Please note that this meeting is subject to change as the virus situation unfolds.

Neighborhood Garage Sale: Saturday, April 25.  UPDATE:  The sale is cancelled.

No Book Club in April or May

The Greenbrier Book Club normally meets the fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:00 PM.

The normal meeting location is the Club House. During the Winter when the Club is closed, alternative arrangements will be made.

It is hoped that the meetings will resume in June.

Contact Marilyn Sidun at marilyn.s5000@gmail.com for further details.

 

March Book Club

The Greenbrier Book Club will meet the fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:00 PM.

The normal meeting location is the Club House. During the Winter when the Club is closed, alternative arrangements will be made.

The March meeting will be at the Country Club on the 24th. Join us for dinner and a discussion of The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek by Kim Michele Richardson.

A NEW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY bestselling novel, The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek is a powerful message about how the written word affects people–a story of hope and heartbreak, raw courage and strength splintered with poverty and oppression, and one woman’s chances beyond the darkly hollows.

Inspired by the true and historical blue-skinned people of Kentucky and the brave and dedicated Kentucky Pack Horse library service, The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek showcases a first in traditionally published literary novels— a bold and unique story about the Kentucky Blue people and Packhorse Librarians — a tale of fierce strength and one woman’s belief that books can carry us anywhere — even back home.

Contact Marilyn Sidun at marilyn.s5000@gmail.com for further details.

Ladies Tea 2020

Ladies!

All GRI dues-paid ladies are invited to our annual spring tea this weekend. Our hostess, Cristie Cerniglia, will be preparing punch , appetizers and other goodies for your enjoyment! Please RSVP to Cristie by calling or texting her at 859-351-9047 ASAP!

Cristie and her family have taken the formerly unremarkable house at 2242 Bahama Road (the corner of Bahama and Bahama) to a showplace you will be delighted to see!

Please don’t delay! Make plans to see the re-model and visit with other neighbors and friends this Sunday, March 8th, from 2-4pm.

Please use the front door or come up the back stairs and go through the door on the rear deck.

Thank you!

February Book Club

Lara Prescott - The Secrets We Keep

The Greenbrier Book Club will meet the fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:00 PM.

The February meeting will be at The Chop House on Richmond Road on the 25th. Join us for dinner and a discussion of The Secrets We Keep by Lara Prescott.

The Secrets We Kept is a thrilling tale of secretaries turned spies, of love, duty, and sacrifice. Inspired by the CIA plot to infiltrate the hearts of Soviet Russia, not with propaganda, but with the greatest love story of the 20th century: Doctor Zhivago. From Moscow and the Gulag to D.C. and Paris, The Secrets We Kept captures a watershed moment in the history of literature. Told with soaring emotional intensity and captivating historical detail, and centered on the belief that a piece of art can change the world.

Contact Marilyn Sidun at marilyn.s5000@gmail.com for further details.