Schedule for the coming week
Hybrid = Both in person & Zoom.
ACC = Meeting in ACC Only.
Zoom = Meeting on Zoom Only.
Council Chamber = CSL City Hall
💥 NEXT EVENING ENTERTAINMENT 💥
See “Activities Schedule – Florida”
MONTREAL & FLORIDA
Tuesday, December 12 at 7:30 PM
PLEASE REGISTER – LINK BELOW
Wednesday Dec 6
GREASE LIVE WAS BROADCAST FROM WARNER BROS. STUDIOS IN CALIFORNIA USING TWO SOUND STAGES OR HALF OF ITS BACKLOT. FILMING WAS DONE in 2016 USING 44 CAMERAS IN FRONT OF LIVE AUDIENCES. IT WAS ACKNOWLEDGED THAT NONE OF NBC’S LIVE MUSICALS HAD HIT THE STRATOSPHERIC HIGHS OF THIS SHOW. ALSO PRAISED WERE ASPECTS OF THE PRODUCTION SUCH AS THE INCLUSION LIVE AUDIENCES AND STAGE DESIGNS. SEVERAL NEW SONGS ARE ALSO INCLUDED. WE HOPE YOU WILL JOIN US FOR THIS FINAL MINI CONCERT OF THE YEAR. WE URGE YOU TO REGISTER.
Concerts starts at 7:30pm
Schmooze with your friends beginning at 7:15 pm and after the show
PLEASE REGISTER – LINK BELOW
For LINKS to Events and Activities:
See “Group Activities” > “Link To Current Activities”
The following are some of the ongoing activities:
See the “Links to Current Activities” and/or the Newsletter for links to the Activity Meetings
ART GROUP –
Zoom Art Monday 4-5 pm
ACC ART STUDIO Wednesday 9:00 – 12:00
at the ACC
12:00 to 15:00
ZOOM Saturday 13:00 – 15:00
Tuesday and Thursday 12:00 – 15:00
Contact: Peter Klauber at:
514-996-6651 or email@example.com
We are happy to have Gilbert Starosta back with us for supervising Bridge.
Gilbert is a Life Master, Director and Teacher certified by the ACBL.
He is already supervising on Tuesdays and will Join us on Thursdays in mid-November
Let’s give Gilbert a warm welcome !!
FLORIDA:-Cancelled for summer.
If you want to Cycle on a Monday please
Discussion Group – Mondays,
14:00 – 15:30
CSLRC DRONES – Thursday
13:00 – 14:00
Contact: Mark Fogel, firstname.lastname@example.org
MEETING on Zoom Thursday 13:00 – 14:00
FITNESS – Tuesday and Thursday
16:00 – 16:50
GOLF – Tuesday
MONTREAL – CANCELLED for Winter
Golf at the Meadowbrook Golf Course.
If you want to play golf on a Tuesday, please contact
Mark Kotler on the previous Thursday.
If you want to register, please contact:
Telephone (514) 944-3272
HOT STOVE LEAGUE Tuesday 9:00
Contact: Bernie Green
In-person at the
HAROLD GREENSPOON AUDITORIUM
BASEMENT OF CITY HALL AND LIBRARY
5851 CAVENDISH BLVD
until further notice
On Zoom – see link above
Please join us for a lively discussion on anything sports.
We also invite you to recall your favorite games you played as a child .
Were you at an overnight summer camp?
What sports did you play? (or were you too busy with the girls)
Did you ever go to city camps be it the Y or Neighbourhood House.?
What did Fletcher’s Field mean to you.?
Where did you play hockey ? On the street or at a rink.
Let us hear your favourite picks on all time favourite coaches any sport
Added feature this week to include your all time favourite coach
Looking forward, Irving Leiner and Mannie Young, moderators.
The following video on Jews in Sports is fabulous and our members would surely be inspired by these achievements.
Interview Talk Show – Thursdays at 13:00
Thursday TBD, 13:00
Photography – Mondays at 9:00
“Pickleball” – Thursdays at 14:00
at the ACC
the cost to each player is
$5.00 per session of one and a half hours.
Phil Fainer Tel: 514-995-0850
“Sing A Long OPEN MIC” – Fridays at 14:00
Hey there all you crooners. pickers, strummers, karaoke mavens or just plain listeners. We are looking for you.
Each Friday afternoon at 2 PM we will have a sing a long Zoom open mike where you and others can sing or play your hearts out.
If you sing Sinatra in the shower or air guitar to Led Zeppelin on You tube, we want to hear you perform live from Zoomland. Talent is not required, even if the last time you sang anything was at your bar mitzvah, everyone is welcome,
We know that there are many of you with a variety of talent just waiting to “let it all hang out”. So here is your big chance at stardom
We want all of our members to experience the joys of listening, sharing and encouraging communication through our own love of music.
Please remember that we will not pass judgement on your musical abilities, and you don’t even have to pass an audition. All we require is a bit of Chutzpah and an appreciation for sharing some of your favorite tunes and memories with others. At the end of the day, you will be rewarded with an amazing experience hearing your fellow club members.
You will not be disappointed
For more information call
Jeff Waxman at 514-497-6114,
or Andrew Toeman at 514-518-2587
Walking Group – Monday, 10:00 – 12:00
Contact: Lorne Jacobs
WRITERS WORKSHOP – Fridays
9:30 – 12:00
The CSLMC Writers Workshop Philosophy
The CSLMC Writers Workshop is committed to being inclusive. Our philosophy is a simple one: every person is a writer and every person deserves a safe and comfortable environment in which to experiment, learn and develop the writing craft. We are a supportive group and do not worry about how good our writing is, not think about whether it is publishable, but we just write. Our creativity begins with experiential playfulness. We share our existential experiences writing poetry or prose.
We allow the words and images, thoughts and ideas to free flow onto the page without criticism, judgement or censorship. We all write without concern about editing, sentence structure, and punctuation. We enjoy both the creativity and spontaneity of our thoughts, feelings and emotions. With the non judgemental group structure we find that we can celebrate each person’s unique voice.
Whether describing a life trauma, a joyful event or a frivolous experience we mine the images and words embedded in us that are waiting to emerge. We tap into the inner light of our own creativity.
We meet on Friday from 10 AM to noon in the Seniors Lounge of the ACC.
Now on Zoom.
In “normal times” Copies of our writing were distributed to every participant for respectful discussion and reinforcement.
Stay Healthy & Safe
As previously announced, we have now reached the first phase in the development of our program, wherein we have sufficient number of mentors in various fields of endeavor, to assist potential mentees.
The next phase in our plan is the outreaching to young people in order that they may take advantage of our program.
To this end we invite you to suggest our program to individuals and organizations to whom you may be in contact with.
These may include religious, social and educational institutions, as well as members of your family. (i.e. grandchildren).
Please feel free to discuss this matter (on a confidential basis) with any member of our committee.
If you would like one of our trained volunteers to simply call and say “Hello” or if you are feeling lonely or isolated and would appreciate someone to talk too ,we could help. Call Nathan 514 487 1701
If you would like to help and can devote some time to making one or two calls a week, we would like to talk to you as well .
Call Nathan. Thank you.
New Member orientation
Welcome Club Members Committee
A committee formed to Welcome and Inform Members of our club activities
Charles Eklove – 514-386-3773