2013-2014 Interest Groups
To Be Announced September 2013
2012-2013 Interest Groups
Explore the World of Wine
Sample wines from around the world among friends, with the guidance of a sommelier.
It is necessary to sign up each year; openings are limited.
Contact: Fred Hasler, 224.6569, email@example.com
Meets: 4th Sunday, 7:00 p.m., 6 meetings/year in members’homes, beginning September 30.
Fee: $10–15/person/session. Cost is divided amongmembers, so regular attendance is important.
Roll Out the Barrel: Microbrews and Other Beers
Local brews? Yes! Explore the world of microbrews and other beers in this interest
group. Meeting dates/sites to be determined.
Contact: Craig and Katie Olsen, 316.393.6897
Fee: To be determined. Cost is divided among members, so regular attendanceis important.
Family Day Out
Explore Manhattan family style! Join us for short, family/kid-friendly excursions
in and around Manhattan (early evening or Saturday).
Contact: Missy Matthews, 806.252.3771, firstname.lastname@example.org
Food! Fun! Fellowship! Singles and couples, novices and experts, all are welcome.
Hosting, menu planning, cooking, and expenses are shared.
Contact: Bernice Schoneweis, 539.5923, email@example.com
Meets: Monthly at members’ homes, on the 1st / 2nd Saturday at 6:30 p.m., October through April. Cooking assignments given about a week in advance.
Fee: Expenses will be shared.
Needlecraft with Conversation
We enjoy learning about each other’s needlework.
Contact: Maureen Herspring, 539.6765 or Leola Smith, 539.7844
Meets: 2nd Thursday, 9:30 a.m., beginning October 11.
Begin that journal you’ve been thinking about – your life story, family history or
memoir. Members are encouraged to bring work to share. Visitors are welcome.
Contact: Linda Gallagher, 539.8514
Meets: 3rd Tuesday, 3:30 p.m., beginning September 18.
Location: Westbank Townhomes Clubhouse
Fee: Provide an occasional snack
Gentle exercises that work all parts of the body.
Contact: Enell Foerster, 537.0977
Meets: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 8:30 a.m., beginning Monday, September 10.
Location: Riley County Senior Center
Fee: $36 per person
Bridge – Afternoon
Contact: Karen Sisk, 537.1040, firstname.lastname@example.org
Bridge – Evening
For couples and singles with partners.
Contact: Wanda Jepsen, 539.4816
Meets: 2nd Friday, 7:00 p.m., beginning October 12.
(Optional pre-bridge dinner: 5:45 p.m.)
Location: American Legion, 114 McCall Road
Fee: None –It is necessary to sign up each year.
After the first meeting, bring a dish and share the recipe with friends, new and old.
Contact: Barbara Stewart, 539.2663 or 564.7121
Meets: 2nd Tuesday, 11:30 a.m., beginning September 11.
Location: Members’ homes. Contact Barbara for location.
Fee: $5/person for recipe printing
Join us for a good time as we share thoughts from interlibrary loan selections. Group
will read one book and discuss it at the next meeting.
Contact: Please contact Louise Benjamin, 320.6934 if interested in chairing this group.
Set aside time to organize or preserve your photos and stories. Beginners and seasoned
scrappers are welcome. Instruction for digital and traditional approaches is available.
Supplies are available if needed.
Contact: Peg Hornsby, 320.2339
Meets: 1st Wednesday, 7:00-9:30 p.m., beginning October 3.
Location: Peg Hornsby, 1212 Wyndham Heights.
Fee: None – Peg’s tools are available for use; bring the supplies you currently own; materials available for purchase.
Historic Costumes & Textiles
We will explore hidden treasures in the Historic Costume and Textile Museum holdings,
and learn how clothing is a collectible form of art.
Contact: Marla Day, 532.1328
Meets: 1st Monday, 5:30 p.m., beginning October 8.
338 Justin Hall, KSU Campus