Thursday, 30 August 2007

Labour Day Weekend!

It's looking like a great Labour Day Weekend!!

Sunny and highs of 26C (78F)
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  • Spa Day II on Saturday
  • Dinner and Dance on Saturday
  • Dinner on Sunday (and possible dance)
The pool cover has been replaced so the water is warm again!
The playground is finished (thanks to a great deal of effort from many, many volunteers!) and just waiting for sand.
Labour Day Weekend Menu


Dinner & Dance 6:00 – ???
On the Front Deck

Main Course
Prime Rib of Beef (au jus) carved on location
Poached Atlantic Salmon
Chicken Satay (grilled)
Eggplant Parmesan (Vegetarian)

Mini New Potatoes
Maple Butter Yams

Garden Mixed
Platter of Vegetables

Breads & butter

Chocolate truffle cake
Blueberry Lemon Buster
Bailey’s cheesecake
Assorted Fruit

$20.00 per person
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Dinner 6:00 – 7:30
On the Front Deck

Main Course
Honey Glazed Ham (carved)
Chicken Cacciatore
Scalloped au gratin Potatoes
Orzo & Vegetable Pilaf (Vegetarian)

Cabbage & Carrot Slaw
Caesar Salad

Cookies, Squares & Fruit

$15.00 per person

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Tuesday, 21 August 2007

Corn Roast this weekend!

All you can eat corn!
Saturday, Aug 25
6 pm at the clubhouse

Meal: 2 people for $25
Corn only: $5.00

Garlic Bread
Fettuccini Alfredo
BBQ chicken Legs & Thighs
Baked potatoes (with butter and sour cream)
Corn Boil (all you can eat!)
Cookies, squares
Fresh fruit

Wednesday, 1 August 2007

Long Weekend Activities

Saturday Aug 4

Dinner by Kathryn on the front deck
Dance @ the Front deck/lawn with D.J. Peter

Sunday Aug 5

Reflexology by Violet $25-½hr
Ionic Detox Foot Bath by Debbie $25 - ½hr
Facial by Liz $25 - ½hr
Reikki Massage by Dean & Dorothy $25 - ½hr

PIG ROAST on the front lawn
Dinner by Kathryn @ the front deck (for those who prefer other meals)

FIREWORKS by members at the OUTBACK

Monday Aug 6

Holiday – Rest and Relax

The first Monday in August is generally a holiday all across Ontario but it is not a statutory holiday according to provincial legislation.

The concept of a midsummer holiday in Toronto dates as far back as 1869 when the then council came up with the idea of a summer break. In Toronto, the day is generally called Simcoe Day after John Graves Simcoe the first Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada and the founder of Toronto. In most municipalities, it is known as the “August Civic Holiday”.