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Friday, August 28, 2015
 8:00 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of a short warmup, cardiovascular workout using water buoys and noodles, strengthening and toning exercises, stretching and balance exercises. The class is suitable for moderately active beginners and is a great way to exercise and tone your muscles while being kind to your joints. If you are no stranger to exercise, you can begin a level. Jump-start your mornings, and you’ll feel great the rest of the day.
  
 8:00 AM Ladies 3.0 Tennis
Ladies 3.0 Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Pickleball
Pickleball - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:00 AM Land Aerobics
Land Aerobics - 9 a.m. - Recreation Center Land aerobics is designed to include all four types of exercise – aerobics, strength, stretching and balance, all in a one-hour session.
  
 9:15 AM Basic Aquatic Fitness
Basic Aquatic Fitness - 9:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Advanced Pickleball
Advanced Pickleball - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Ladies 3.5+ Tennis
Ladies 3.5+ Tennis - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:15 AM Yoga
Yoga - 10:15 a.m. - Recreation Center Yoga is user-friendly. Nearly anyone, at any fitness level, and with a wide range of personal and fitness goals, can benefit from beginning a yoga practice. Short on flexibility? Something as simple as standing up straight can be considered a yoga pose. All you have to do is plant your feet on the floor, bring your ankles, knees, hips, shoulders, and ears into vertical alignment and breathe … Mountain Pose. Becoming mindful of your body, while maintaining deep, steady abdominal breathing, is the heart of yoga. The more complex the pose, the harder you have to work, both mentally and physically to stay aligned. You simply must relax and breathe. Yoga can reduce stress, aid in digestion, improve flexibility and joint mobility, which, in turn, improves posture. The yoga classes offered at the Recreation Center also strengthen and tone the core muscles. These are just some of the benefits of yoga. Yoga can help ease your aches, pains, and stiffness. If you suffer from sciatic nerve or other back issues, yoga can help.
  
 11:45 AM Stretch & Tone
Stretch & Tone - 11:45 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of about 20 minutes of stretching and toning exercises while sitting in a chair. It was designed specifically for people who are not able to kneel or get down on the floor. We do about 30 minutes of upper body work with weights. Individuals select the weight that is right for them. We have participants who use no weights right up to those who use eight- or 10-pound weights. We usually have approximately five minutes of cardio exercise at some point during the class. This is a great class for everyone because you only do what you can.
  
 1:00 PM Inside Pool Closed
Inside Pool Closed - 1 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. - Activity Center
  
 4:00 PM-7:00 PM Fridays @4 - Tapas Menu   
Saturday, August 29, 2015
  Private Golf Event - Palmetto Bible
Private Golf Event - Palmetto Bible - Monticello Golf Club
  
 8:30 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8:30 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:30 AM Tennis Mixer
Tennis Mixer - 8:30 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 6:00 PM Low Country Boil & Sunset Cruise
At Savannah Lake beach at SLV resort.
  
Sunday, August 30, 2015
 6:30 PM Sunset Pickleball
Sunset Pickleball - 6:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 7:00 PM Mixed Doubles
Mixed Doubles - 7 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 7:00 PM Mixed Doubles 2
Mixed Doubles 2 - 7 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Monday, August 31, 2015
 8:00 AM A-Doubles Tennis
A-Doubles Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of a short warmup, cardiovascular workout using water buoys and noodles, strengthening and toning exercises, stretching and balance exercises. The class is suitable for moderately active beginners and is a great way to exercise and tone your muscles while being kind to your joints. If you are no stranger to exercise, you can begin a level. Jump-start your mornings, and you’ll feel great the rest of the day.
  
 8:00 AM Men's B-Doubles Tennis
Men's B-Doubles Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Pickleball
Pickleball - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:00 AM Land Aerobics
Land Aerobics - 9 a.m. - Recreation Center Land aerobics is designed to include all four types of exercise – aerobics, strength, stretching and balance, all in a one-hour session.
  
 9:15 AM Basic Aquatic Fitness
Basic Aquatic Fitness - 9:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM-2:00 PM Smart Home Open House   
 10:15 AM Stretch & Tone
Stretch & Tone - 10:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 1:30 PM Duplicate Bridge
Duplicate Bridge - 1:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 4:30 PM Aqua Power Gym
Aqua Power Gym - 4:30 p.m. - Recreation Center Aqua Power Gym is a specialty power class of high muscular and cardiovascular intensity designed to turn the combination of human body and water into a 360-degree multiplex gym. Both transitional-depth and deep water movement resembles more water polo training or trapeze work or even anti-gravitational training (like how to walk on the moon) than water aerobics. The exercise design consists of all seven basic vertical aquatic exercises run through all four vertical aquatic working positions, the three planes of motion of the body -- often two at once -- and all directional and lever variants to offer an infinitely varied and progression-focused exercise program. We concentrate on breath, on core muscles, on lever length and joint action, on maximizing safe ranges of motion for joint flexibility, on recruiting all the vital tiny muscles to support the concentric, eccentric, and isometric actions of the large opposing muscle groups to achieve muscle balance, tone and kinetic force brought against the various hydro-dynamic forces/properties of water. This class is aimed at helping each other maintain and improve athletically fit, balanced, strong and healthy bodies and minds throughout our lives. Lots of camaraderie, laughter and learning. Equipment needed: aquatic athletic shoes, aquatic gloves, supernoodle; occasional work with boxers/kickers, paddles, balls, buoyancy cuffs, which instructor supplies.
  
 5:00 PM Pinochle
Pinochle - 5 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Tuesday, September 01, 2015
 8:00 AM Golf Committee Meeting
Golf Committee Meeting - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of a short warmup, cardiovascular workout using water buoys and noodles, strengthening and toning exercises, stretching and balance exercises. The class is suitable for moderately active beginners and is a great way to exercise and tone your muscles while being kind to your joints. If you are no stranger to exercise, you can begin a level. Jump-start your mornings, and you’ll feel great the rest of the day.
  
 8:00 AM Ladies 3.0 Tennis
Ladies 3.0 Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:30 AM Table Tennis
Table Tennis - 8:30 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:15 AM Basic Aquatic Fitness
Basic Aquatic Fitness - 9:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Green Netters
Green Netters - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Women's Competitive Tennis
Women's Competitive Tennis - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:15 AM Yoga
Yoga - 10:15 a.m. - Recreation Center Yoga is user-friendly. Nearly anyone, at any fitness level, and with a wide range of personal and fitness goals, can benefit from beginning a yoga practice. Short on flexibility? Something as simple as standing up straight can be considered a yoga pose. All you have to do is plant your feet on the floor, bring your ankles, knees, hips, shoulders, and ears into vertical alignment and breathe … Mountain Pose. Becoming mindful of your body, while maintaining deep, steady abdominal breathing, is the heart of yoga. The more complex the pose, the harder you have to work, both mentally and physically to stay aligned. You simply must relax and breathe. Yoga can reduce stress, aid in digestion, improve flexibility and joint mobility, which, in turn, improves posture. The yoga classes offered at the Recreation Center also strengthen and tone the core muscles. These are just some of the benefits of yoga. Yoga can help ease your aches, pains, and stiffness. If you suffer from sciatic nerve or other back issues, yoga can help.
  
 12:30 PM Bridge Buddies
Bridge Buddies - 12:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 1:00 PM Quilt Club
Quilt Club - 1 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 4:00 PM 4.0 Tennis
4.0 Tennis - 4 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 6:30 PM Line Dancing
Line Dancing - 6:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Wednesday, September 02, 2015
 7:45 AM Stretch & Tone
Stretch & Tone - 7:45 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of about 20 minutes of stretching and toning exercises while sitting in a chair. It was designed specifically for people who are not able to kneel or get down on the floor. We do about 30 minutes of upper body work with weights. Individuals select the weight that is right for them. We have participants who use no weights right up to those who use eight- or 10-pound weights. We usually have approximately five minutes of cardio exercise at some point during the class. This is a great class for everyone because you only do what you can.
  
 8:00 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of a short warmup, cardiovascular workout using water buoys and noodles, strengthening and toning exercises, stretching and balance exercises. The class is suitable for moderately active beginners and is a great way to exercise and tone your muscles while being kind to your joints. If you are no stranger to exercise, you can begin a level. Jump-start your mornings, and you’ll feel great the rest of the day.
  
 8:00 AM Ladies 3.5+ Tennis
Ladies 3.5+ Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Pickleball
Pickleball - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:00 AM Land Aerobics
Land Aerobics - 9 a.m. - Recreation Center Land aerobics is designed to include all four types of exercise – aerobics, strength, stretching and balance, all in a one-hour session.
  
 9:15 AM Basic Aquatic Fitness
Basic Aquatic Fitness - 9:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Advanced Pickleball
Advanced Pickleball - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 1:00 PM Canasta/Hand & Foot
Canasta/Hand & Foot - 1 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 3:00 PM Power Squadron Meeting
Power Squadron - 3 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 4:00 PM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 4 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Thursday, September 03, 2015
  MGA/WGA Challenge
MGA/WGA Challenge - Tara Golf Club
  
 8:00 AM A-Doubles Tennis
A-Doubles Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of a short warmup, cardiovascular workout using water buoys and noodles, strengthening and toning exercises, stretching and balance exercises. The class is suitable for moderately active beginners and is a great way to exercise and tone your muscles while being kind to your joints. If you are no stranger to exercise, you can begin a level. Jump-start your mornings, and you’ll feel great the rest of the day.
  
 8:00 AM Men's B-Doubles Tennis
Men's B-Doubles Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:15 AM Basic Aquatic Fitness
Basic Aquatic Fitness - 9:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 2:00 PM Pinochle Club
Pinochle Club - 2 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 4:00 PM 4.0 Tennis Group
4.0 Tennis Group - 4 p.m. - Recreation Center Men with USTA ratings 4.0 and above.
  
 4:00 PM Fore Fun
Fore Fun - 4 p.m. - Tara Golf Club Fore Fun is a weekly event that brings new, visiting and current residents together in a friendly 9-hole golf event. It is for green tee players as well as seasoned golfers. We have handicaps that range from 0- 40+, and people with no established handicap playing, and this wide range keeps the game exciting. Following the golf, we gather at the River Grille for libations and a leisurely dinner as we recap the plays of the day, and enjoy our new and existing friends. Mark your calendars now for 3:30 p.m. every Thursday. For more information, contact Ron Martin at ronheidi@wctel.net.
  
 5:30 PM Uptown Live: Jake Bartley
Oregon Avenue in Uptown Greenwood will be packed on Sept. 3 as Greenwood’s own The Jake Bartley Band takes the stage for the Uptown Live concert series. The opening act starts at 5:30 p.m. Bring lawn chairs and dancing shoes and enjoy a fun-filled evening.
  
 6:00 PM College Football Kickoff Party   
 6:30 PM Duplicate Bridge
Duplicate Bridge - 6:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 6:30 PM Sunset Pickleball
Sunset Pickleball - 6:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Friday, September 04, 2015
 8:00 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of a short warmup, cardiovascular workout using water buoys and noodles, strengthening and toning exercises, stretching and balance exercises. The class is suitable for moderately active beginners and is a great way to exercise and tone your muscles while being kind to your joints. If you are no stranger to exercise, you can begin a level. Jump-start your mornings, and you’ll feel great the rest of the day.
  
 8:00 AM Ladies 3.0 Tennis
Ladies 3.0 Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Pickleball
Pickleball - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:00 AM Land Aerobics
Land Aerobics - 9 a.m. - Recreation Center Land aerobics is designed to include all four types of exercise – aerobics, strength, stretching and balance, all in a one-hour session.
  
 9:15 AM Basic Aquatic Fitness
Basic Aquatic Fitness - 9:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Advanced Pickleball
Advanced Pickleball - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Ladies 3.5+ Tennis
Ladies 3.5+ Tennis - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:15 AM Yoga
Yoga - 10:15 a.m. - Recreation Center Yoga is user-friendly. Nearly anyone, at any fitness level, and with a wide range of personal and fitness goals, can benefit from beginning a yoga practice. Short on flexibility? Something as simple as standing up straight can be considered a yoga pose. All you have to do is plant your feet on the floor, bring your ankles, knees, hips, shoulders, and ears into vertical alignment and breathe … Mountain Pose. Becoming mindful of your body, while maintaining deep, steady abdominal breathing, is the heart of yoga. The more complex the pose, the harder you have to work, both mentally and physically to stay aligned. You simply must relax and breathe. Yoga can reduce stress, aid in digestion, improve flexibility and joint mobility, which, in turn, improves posture. The yoga classes offered at the Recreation Center also strengthen and tone the core muscles. These are just some of the benefits of yoga. Yoga can help ease your aches, pains, and stiffness. If you suffer from sciatic nerve or other back issues, yoga can help.
  
 11:45 AM Stretch & Tone
Stretch & Tone - 11:45 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of about 20 minutes of stretching and toning exercises while sitting in a chair. It was designed specifically for people who are not able to kneel or get down on the floor. We do about 30 minutes of upper body work with weights. Individuals select the weight that is right for them. We have participants who use no weights right up to those who use eight- or 10-pound weights. We usually have approximately five minutes of cardio exercise at some point during the class. This is a great class for everyone because you only do what you can.
  
 1:00 PM Inside Pool Closed
Inside Pool Closed - 1 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. - Activity Center
  
Saturday, September 05, 2015
  SLV Couples Golf Tournament
SLV Couples Golf Tournament - Tara Golf Club
  
 8:00 AM A-Doubles Tennis
A-Doubles Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Men's B-Doubles Tennis
Men's B-Doubles Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:30 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8:30 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
Sunday, September 06, 2015
 7:00 PM Mixed Doubles
Mixed Doubles - 7 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 7:00 PM Mixed Doubles 2
Mixed Doubles 2 - 7 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Monday, September 07, 2015
 8:00 AM A-Doubles Tennis
A-Doubles Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of a short warmup, cardiovascular workout using water buoys and noodles, strengthening and toning exercises, stretching and balance exercises. The class is suitable for moderately active beginners and is a great way to exercise and tone your muscles while being kind to your joints. If you are no stranger to exercise, you can begin a level. Jump-start your mornings, and you’ll feel great the rest of the day.
  
 8:00 AM Men's B-Doubles Tennis
Men's B-Doubles Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Pickleball
Pickleball - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:00 AM Land Aerobics
Land Aerobics - 9 a.m. - Recreation Center Land aerobics is designed to include all four types of exercise – aerobics, strength, stretching and balance, all in a one-hour session.
  
 9:15 AM Basic Aquatic Fitness
Basic Aquatic Fitness - 9:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:15 AM Stretch & Tone
Stretch & Tone - 10:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 1:30 PM Duplicate Bridge
Duplicate Bridge - 1:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 4:00 PM Wine Club Meeting
Wine Club Meeting - 4 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 4:30 PM Aqua Power Gym
Aqua Power Gym - 4:30 p.m. - Recreation Center Aqua Power Gym is a specialty power class of high muscular and cardiovascular intensity designed to turn the combination of human body and water into a 360-degree multiplex gym. Both transitional-depth and deep water movement resembles more water polo training or trapeze work or even anti-gravitational training (like how to walk on the moon) than water aerobics. The exercise design consists of all seven basic vertical aquatic exercises run through all four vertical aquatic working positions, the three planes of motion of the body -- often two at once -- and all directional and lever variants to offer an infinitely varied and progression-focused exercise program. We concentrate on breath, on core muscles, on lever length and joint action, on maximizing safe ranges of motion for joint flexibility, on recruiting all the vital tiny muscles to support the concentric, eccentric, and isometric actions of the large opposing muscle groups to achieve muscle balance, tone and kinetic force brought against the various hydro-dynamic forces/properties of water. This class is aimed at helping each other maintain and improve athletically fit, balanced, strong and healthy bodies and minds throughout our lives. Lots of camaraderie, laughter and learning. Equipment needed: aquatic athletic shoes, aquatic gloves, supernoodle; occasional work with boxers/kickers, paddles, balls, buoyancy cuffs, which instructor supplies.
  
 5:00 PM Pinochle
Pinochle - 5 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 6:30 PM Sunset Pickleball
Sunset Pickleball - 6:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 7:00 PM Computer Club
Computer Club - 7 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Tuesday, September 08, 2015
 8:00 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of a short warmup, cardiovascular workout using water buoys and noodles, strengthening and toning exercises, stretching and balance exercises. The class is suitable for moderately active beginners and is a great way to exercise and tone your muscles while being kind to your joints. If you are no stranger to exercise, you can begin a level. Jump-start your mornings, and you’ll feel great the rest of the day.
  
 8:00 AM Ladies 3.0 Tennis
Ladies 3.0 Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:30 AM Table Tennis
Table Tennis - 8:30 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:15 AM Basic Aquatic Fitness
Basic Aquatic Fitness - 9:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Green Netters
Green Netters - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Women's Competitive Tennis
Women's Competitive Tennis - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:15 AM Yoga
Yoga - 10:15 a.m. - Recreation Center Yoga is user-friendly. Nearly anyone, at any fitness level, and with a wide range of personal and fitness goals, can benefit from beginning a yoga practice. Short on flexibility? Something as simple as standing up straight can be considered a yoga pose. All you have to do is plant your feet on the floor, bring your ankles, knees, hips, shoulders, and ears into vertical alignment and breathe … Mountain Pose. Becoming mindful of your body, while maintaining deep, steady abdominal breathing, is the heart of yoga. The more complex the pose, the harder you have to work, both mentally and physically to stay aligned. You simply must relax and breathe. Yoga can reduce stress, aid in digestion, improve flexibility and joint mobility, which, in turn, improves posture. The yoga classes offered at the Recreation Center also strengthen and tone the core muscles. These are just some of the benefits of yoga. Yoga can help ease your aches, pains, and stiffness. If you suffer from sciatic nerve or other back issues, yoga can help.
  
 1:00 PM Needle Arts
Needle Arts - 1 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 1:00 PM Quilt Club
Quilt Club - 1 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 4:00 PM 4.0 Tennis
4.0 Tennis - 4 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 6:30 PM Line Dancing
Line Dancing - 6:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Wednesday, September 09, 2015
 7:45 AM Stretch & Tone
Stretch & Tone - 7:45 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of about 20 minutes of stretching and toning exercises while sitting in a chair. It was designed specifically for people who are not able to kneel or get down on the floor. We do about 30 minutes of upper body work with weights. Individuals select the weight that is right for them. We have participants who use no weights right up to those who use eight- or 10-pound weights. We usually have approximately five minutes of cardio exercise at some point during the class. This is a great class for everyone because you only do what you can.
  
 8:00 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of a short warmup, cardiovascular workout using water buoys and noodles, strengthening and toning exercises, stretching and balance exercises. The class is suitable for moderately active beginners and is a great way to exercise and tone your muscles while being kind to your joints. If you are no stranger to exercise, you can begin a level. Jump-start your mornings, and you’ll feel great the rest of the day.
  
 8:00 AM Ladies 3.5+ Tennis
Ladies 3.5+ Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Pickleball
Pickleball - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:00 AM Land Aerobics
Land Aerobics - 9 a.m. - Recreation Center Land aerobics is designed to include all four types of exercise – aerobics, strength, stretching and balance, all in a one-hour session.
  
 9:15 AM Basic Aquatic Fitness
Basic Aquatic Fitness - 9:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Advanced Pickleball
Advanced Pickleball - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 1:00 PM Canasta/Hand & Foot
Canasta/Hand & Foot - 1 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 3:00 PM Power Squadron Meeting
Power Squadron - 3 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 3:30 PM Book Club
Book Club - The Bookman’s Tale by Charlie Lovett- 3:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 4:00 PM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 4 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Thursday, September 10, 2015
  MGA/WGA Play Day
MGA 18 Hole - Team Event - Tara WGA 18 Hole - Points (Team)- Tara WGA 9 Hole - 1-2-3 Best Ball (Team Net) - Monticello
  
 8:00 AM A-Doubles Tennis
A-Doubles Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of a short warmup, cardiovascular workout using water buoys and noodles, strengthening and toning exercises, stretching and balance exercises. The class is suitable for moderately active beginners and is a great way to exercise and tone your muscles while being kind to your joints. If you are no stranger to exercise, you can begin a level. Jump-start your mornings, and you’ll feel great the rest of the day.
  
 8:00 AM Men's B-Doubles Tennis
Men's B-Doubles Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:00 AM ACC Meeting
ACC Meeting - 9 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:15 AM Basic Aquatic Fitness
Basic Aquatic Fitness - 9:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:30 AM SLV Townhouse Meeting
SLV Townhouse Meeting - 9:30 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 2:00 PM Pinochle Club
Pinochle Club - 2 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 4:00 PM 4.0 Tennis Group
4.0 Tennis Group - 4 p.m. - Recreation Center Men with USTA ratings 4.0 and above.
  
 4:00 PM Fore Fun
Fore Fun - 4 p.m. - Tara Golf Club Fore Fun is a weekly event that brings new, visiting and current residents together in a friendly 9-hole golf event. It is for green tee players as well as seasoned golfers. We have handicaps that range from 0- 40+, and people with no established handicap playing, and this wide range keeps the game exciting. Following the golf, we gather at the River Grille for libations and a leisurely dinner as we recap the plays of the day, and enjoy our new and existing friends. Mark your calendars now for 3:30 p.m. every Thursday. For more information, contact Ron Martin at ronheidi@wctel.net.
  
 6:00 PM C&R Revisions Information Session
You will have an opportunity to learn about the proposed updates to the Covenants and Restrictions (C&Rs) during an information session at 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 10 in the McCormick Room at the Savannah Lakes Village Recreation Center. Later this fall, you’ll have the opportunity to vote “yes” to prepare for community growth, control our own destiny, and to protect the investment of all Savannah Lakes Village property owners. The Village is preparing to proceed with updating its Covenants and Restrictions (C&Rs) from an outdated Cooper Communities development model to what SLV is today, a community development for the benefit of all. The language in the proposed C&Rs is made current, clear and relevant to the way SLV operates today. There are no changes being proposed to Assessment Amounts. The original 1988 Covenants and Restrictions for what is now known at Savannah Lakes Village were amended in 2011 to allow future amendments at any time, with the approval of a majority of eligible voters. No other changes were made at that time, retaining much obsolete and complex language that is no longer relevant. In addition to the Sept. 10 session, there is another one tentatively scheduled for the afternoon of Sept. 16. Please mark your calendars and plan to attend one of the sessions. You may visit www.SavannahLakes.com/C&Rs for information on the original C&Rs, the revised C&Rs, FAQs, and summaries of proposed amendments. All property owners eligible to vote as of August 28, 2015 can vote. More information about October’s voting period will be announced in future communications.
  
 6:00 PM Covenants and Restrictions Information Session
Covenants and Restrictions Information Session - 6 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 6:00 PM Mac Users Group
Mac Users Group - 6 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 6:30 PM Duplicate Bridge
Duplicate Bridge - 6:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 6:30 PM Sunset Pickleball
Sunset Pickleball - 6:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Friday, September 11, 2015
  Women's Outdoor Retreat
Registration: http://www.scwf.org/index.php/events/wor
  
 8:00 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of a short warmup, cardiovascular workout using water buoys and noodles, strengthening and toning exercises, stretching and balance exercises. The class is suitable for moderately active beginners and is a great way to exercise and tone your muscles while being kind to your joints. If you are no stranger to exercise, you can begin a level. Jump-start your mornings, and you’ll feel great the rest of the day.
  
 8:00 AM Ladies 3.0 Tennis
Ladies 3.0 Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Pickleball
Pickleball - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:00 AM Land Aerobics
Land Aerobics - 9 a.m. - Recreation Center Land aerobics is designed to include all four types of exercise – aerobics, strength, stretching and balance, all in a one-hour session.
  
 9:00 AM Strategic Planning Committee
Strategic Planning Committee - 9 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:15 AM Basic Aquatic Fitness
Basic Aquatic Fitness - 9:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Advanced Pickleball
Advanced Pickleball - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Ladies 3.5+ Tennis
Ladies 3.5+ Tennis - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:15 AM Yoga
Yoga - 10:15 a.m. - Recreation Center Yoga is user-friendly. Nearly anyone, at any fitness level, and with a wide range of personal and fitness goals, can benefit from beginning a yoga practice. Short on flexibility? Something as simple as standing up straight can be considered a yoga pose. All you have to do is plant your feet on the floor, bring your ankles, knees, hips, shoulders, and ears into vertical alignment and breathe … Mountain Pose. Becoming mindful of your body, while maintaining deep, steady abdominal breathing, is the heart of yoga. The more complex the pose, the harder you have to work, both mentally and physically to stay aligned. You simply must relax and breathe. Yoga can reduce stress, aid in digestion, improve flexibility and joint mobility, which, in turn, improves posture. The yoga classes offered at the Recreation Center also strengthen and tone the core muscles. These are just some of the benefits of yoga. Yoga can help ease your aches, pains, and stiffness. If you suffer from sciatic nerve or other back issues, yoga can help.
  
 11:45 AM Stretch & Tone
Stretch & Tone - 11:45 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of about 20 minutes of stretching and toning exercises while sitting in a chair. It was designed specifically for people who are not able to kneel or get down on the floor. We do about 30 minutes of upper body work with weights. Individuals select the weight that is right for them. We have participants who use no weights right up to those who use eight- or 10-pound weights. We usually have approximately five minutes of cardio exercise at some point during the class. This is a great class for everyone because you only do what you can.
  
 1:00 PM Inside Pool Closed
Inside Pool Closed - 1 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. - Activity Center
  
 8:00 PM Mary Poppins
Abbeville Opera House, 100 Court Square Abbeville, S.C., (864) 366-2157 www.theabbevilleoperahouse.com Cost: Adults $22
  
 8:00 PM Mary Poppins
Abbeville Opera House, 100 Court Square Abbeville, S.C., (864) 366-2157 www.theabbevilleoperahouse.com Cost: Adults $22
  
Saturday, September 12, 2015
  Women's Outdoor Retreat
Registration: http://www.scwf.org/index.php/events/wor
  
 8:00 AM A-Doubles Tennis
A-Doubles Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Men's B-Doubles Tennis
Men's B-Doubles Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:30 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8:30 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 PM Mary Poppins
Abbeville Opera House, 100 Court Square Abbeville, S.C., (864) 366-2157 www.theabbevilleoperahouse.com Cost: Adults $22
  
 8:00 PM Mary Poppins
Abbeville Opera House, 100 Court Square Abbeville, S.C., (864) 366-2157 www.theabbevilleoperahouse.com Cost: Adults $22
  
Sunday, September 13, 2015
  Barb Angstadt Green Tee Tournament
Barb Angstadt Green Tee Tournament - Anyone Can Play - Tara Golf Club
  
  Women's Outdoor Retreat
Registration: http://www.scwf.org/index.php/events/wor
  
 7:00 PM Mixed Doubles
Mixed Doubles - 7 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 7:00 PM Mixed Doubles 2
Mixed Doubles 2 - 7 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Monday, September 14, 2015
  Lutheran Church Golf Outing
Lutheran Church Golf Outing - Monticello Golf Club
  
 8:00 AM A-Doubles Tennis
A-Doubles Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of a short warmup, cardiovascular workout using water buoys and noodles, strengthening and toning exercises, stretching and balance exercises. The class is suitable for moderately active beginners and is a great way to exercise and tone your muscles while being kind to your joints. If you are no stranger to exercise, you can begin a level. Jump-start your mornings, and you’ll feel great the rest of the day.
  
 8:00 AM Men's B-Doubles Tennis
Men's B-Doubles Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Pickleball
Pickleball - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:00 AM ESRC Meeting
ESRC Meeting - 9 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:00 AM Land Aerobics
Land Aerobics - 9 a.m. - Recreation Center Land aerobics is designed to include all four types of exercise – aerobics, strength, stretching and balance, all in a one-hour session.
  
 9:15 AM Basic Aquatic Fitness
Basic Aquatic Fitness - 9:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Cancer Awareness and Assistance Meeting
Cancer Awareness and Assistance Meeting - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:15 AM Stretch & Tone
Stretch & Tone - 10:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 1:30 PM Duplicate Bridge
Duplicate Bridge - 1:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 4:30 PM Aqua Power Gym
Aqua Power Gym - 4:30 p.m. - Recreation Center Aqua Power Gym is a specialty power class of high muscular and cardiovascular intensity designed to turn the combination of human body and water into a 360-degree multiplex gym. Both transitional-depth and deep water movement resembles more water polo training or trapeze work or even anti-gravitational training (like how to walk on the moon) than water aerobics. The exercise design consists of all seven basic vertical aquatic exercises run through all four vertical aquatic working positions, the three planes of motion of the body -- often two at once -- and all directional and lever variants to offer an infinitely varied and progression-focused exercise program. We concentrate on breath, on core muscles, on lever length and joint action, on maximizing safe ranges of motion for joint flexibility, on recruiting all the vital tiny muscles to support the concentric, eccentric, and isometric actions of the large opposing muscle groups to achieve muscle balance, tone and kinetic force brought against the various hydro-dynamic forces/properties of water. This class is aimed at helping each other maintain and improve athletically fit, balanced, strong and healthy bodies and minds throughout our lives. Lots of camaraderie, laughter and learning. Equipment needed: aquatic athletic shoes, aquatic gloves, supernoodle; occasional work with boxers/kickers, paddles, balls, buoyancy cuffs, which instructor supplies.
  
 6:00 PM Euchre
Euchre - 6 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 7:00 PM SLV BOD Candidates Night
SLV BOD Candidates Night - 7 pm - Recreation Center
  
Tuesday, September 15, 2015
  CSRA Seniors
CSRA Seniors - Monticello Golf Club
  
 8:00 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of a short warmup, cardiovascular workout using water buoys and noodles, strengthening and toning exercises, stretching and balance exercises. The class is suitable for moderately active beginners and is a great way to exercise and tone your muscles while being kind to your joints. If you are no stranger to exercise, you can begin a level. Jump-start your mornings, and you’ll feel great the rest of the day.
  
 8:00 AM Ladies 3.0 Tennis
Ladies 3.0 Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:30 AM Table Tennis
Table Tennis - 8:30 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:00 AM Finance Committee
Finance Committee - 9 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:15 AM Basic Aquatic Fitness
Basic Aquatic Fitness - 9:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Discussion Group
Discussion Group - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Finance Committee
Finance Committee - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Green Netters
Green Netters - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Women's Competitive Tennis
Women's Competitive Tennis - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:15 AM Yoga
Yoga - 10:15 a.m. - Recreation Center Yoga is user-friendly. Nearly anyone, at any fitness level, and with a wide range of personal and fitness goals, can benefit from beginning a yoga practice. Short on flexibility? Something as simple as standing up straight can be considered a yoga pose. All you have to do is plant your feet on the floor, bring your ankles, knees, hips, shoulders, and ears into vertical alignment and breathe … Mountain Pose. Becoming mindful of your body, while maintaining deep, steady abdominal breathing, is the heart of yoga. The more complex the pose, the harder you have to work, both mentally and physically to stay aligned. You simply must relax and breathe. Yoga can reduce stress, aid in digestion, improve flexibility and joint mobility, which, in turn, improves posture. The yoga classes offered at the Recreation Center also strengthen and tone the core muscles. These are just some of the benefits of yoga. Yoga can help ease your aches, pains, and stiffness. If you suffer from sciatic nerve or other back issues, yoga can help.
  
 12:30 PM Bridge Buddies
Bridge Buddies - 12:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 1:00 PM Quilt Club
Quilt Club - 1 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 4:00 PM 4.0 Tennis
4.0 Tennis - 4 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 4:00 PM Bocce Ball
Bocce Ball - 4 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Wednesday, September 16, 2015
 7:45 AM Stretch & Tone
Stretch & Tone - 7:45 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of about 20 minutes of stretching and toning exercises while sitting in a chair. It was designed specifically for people who are not able to kneel or get down on the floor. We do about 30 minutes of upper body work with weights. Individuals select the weight that is right for them. We have participants who use no weights right up to those who use eight- or 10-pound weights. We usually have approximately five minutes of cardio exercise at some point during the class. This is a great class for everyone because you only do what you can.
  
 8:00 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of a short warmup, cardiovascular workout using water buoys and noodles, strengthening and toning exercises, stretching and balance exercises. The class is suitable for moderately active beginners and is a great way to exercise and tone your muscles while being kind to your joints. If you are no stranger to exercise, you can begin a level. Jump-start your mornings, and you’ll feel great the rest of the day.
  
 8:00 AM Ladies 3.5+ Tennis
Ladies 3.5+ Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Pickleball
Pickleball - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:00 AM Land Aerobics
Land Aerobics - 9 a.m. - Recreation Center Land aerobics is designed to include all four types of exercise – aerobics, strength, stretching and balance, all in a one-hour session.
  
 9:15 AM Basic Aquatic Fitness
Basic Aquatic Fitness - 9:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Advanced Pickleball
Advanced Pickleball - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Board of Directors Meeting
Board of Directors Meeting - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 1:00 PM Canasta/Hand & Foot
Canasta/Hand & Foot - 1 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 4:00 PM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 4 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Thursday, September 17, 2015
  MGA/WGA Play Day
MGA 18 Hole -Team Event - Monticello WGA 18 Hole - Match Play - Tara WGA 9 Hole - Hidden Hole(Individual Net) - Monticello
  
 8:00 AM A-Doubles Tennis
A-Doubles Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of a short warmup, cardiovascular workout using water buoys and noodles, strengthening and toning exercises, stretching and balance exercises. The class is suitable for moderately active beginners and is a great way to exercise and tone your muscles while being kind to your joints. If you are no stranger to exercise, you can begin a level. Jump-start your mornings, and you’ll feel great the rest of the day.
  
 8:00 AM Men's B-Doubles Tennis
Men's B-Doubles Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:00 AM Power Squadron
Power Squadron - 9 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:15 AM Basic Aquatic Fitness
Basic Aquatic Fitness - 9:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 2:00 PM Pinochle Club
Pinochle Club - 2 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 3:00 PM Power Squadron
Power Squadron - 3 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 4:00 PM 4.0 Tennis Group
4.0 Tennis Group - 4 p.m. - Recreation Center Men with USTA ratings 4.0 and above.
  
 4:00 PM Fore Fun
Fore Fun - 4 p.m. - Tara Golf Club Fore Fun is a weekly event that brings new, visiting and current residents together in a friendly 9-hole golf event. It is for green tee players as well as seasoned golfers. We have handicaps that range from 0- 40+, and people with no established handicap playing, and this wide range keeps the game exciting. Following the golf, we gather at the River Grille for libations and a leisurely dinner as we recap the plays of the day, and enjoy our new and existing friends. Mark your calendars now for 3:30 p.m. every Thursday. For more information, contact Ron Martin at ronheidi@wctel.net.
  
 5:30 PM Uptown Live: Cash Money Experience
Band performance. Free. Oregon Avenue, Greenwood, S.C.
  
 6:30 PM Duplicate Bridge
Duplicate Bridge - 6:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 6:30 PM Sunset Pickleball
Sunset Pickleball - 6:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Friday, September 18, 2015
 8:00 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of a short warmup, cardiovascular workout using water buoys and noodles, strengthening and toning exercises, stretching and balance exercises. The class is suitable for moderately active beginners and is a great way to exercise and tone your muscles while being kind to your joints. If you are no stranger to exercise, you can begin a level. Jump-start your mornings, and you’ll feel great the rest of the day.
  
 8:00 AM Ladies 3.0 Tennis
Ladies 3.0 Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Pickleball
Pickleball - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:00 AM Land Aerobics
Land Aerobics - 9 a.m. - Recreation Center Land aerobics is designed to include all four types of exercise – aerobics, strength, stretching and balance, all in a one-hour session.
  
 9:15 AM Basic Aquatic Fitness
Basic Aquatic Fitness - 9:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Advanced Pickleball
Advanced Pickleball - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Ladies 3.5+ Tennis
Ladies 3.5+ Tennis - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:15 AM Yoga
Yoga - 10:15 a.m. - Recreation Center Yoga is user-friendly. Nearly anyone, at any fitness level, and with a wide range of personal and fitness goals, can benefit from beginning a yoga practice. Short on flexibility? Something as simple as standing up straight can be considered a yoga pose. All you have to do is plant your feet on the floor, bring your ankles, knees, hips, shoulders, and ears into vertical alignment and breathe … Mountain Pose. Becoming mindful of your body, while maintaining deep, steady abdominal breathing, is the heart of yoga. The more complex the pose, the harder you have to work, both mentally and physically to stay aligned. You simply must relax and breathe. Yoga can reduce stress, aid in digestion, improve flexibility and joint mobility, which, in turn, improves posture. The yoga classes offered at the Recreation Center also strengthen and tone the core muscles. These are just some of the benefits of yoga. Yoga can help ease your aches, pains, and stiffness. If you suffer from sciatic nerve or other back issues, yoga can help.
  
 11:45 AM Stretch & Tone
Stretch & Tone - 11:45 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of about 20 minutes of stretching and toning exercises while sitting in a chair. It was designed specifically for people who are not able to kneel or get down on the floor. We do about 30 minutes of upper body work with weights. Individuals select the weight that is right for them. We have participants who use no weights right up to those who use eight- or 10-pound weights. We usually have approximately five minutes of cardio exercise at some point during the class. This is a great class for everyone because you only do what you can.
  
 1:00 PM Inside Pool Closed
Inside Pool Closed - 1 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. - Activity Center
  
 4:00 PM MSG9 9-Hole Golf Picnic
MSG9 9-Hole Golf Picnic - 4 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 5:30 PM Carolina Drifters
DORN MILL COMPLEX 206 North Main Street McCormick, SC Featuring Live Entertainment by the Carolina Drifters ADULTS $30 KIDS 12 & UNDER $15
  
 7:00 PM Columbia County Ballet
At Imperial Theatre, 745 Broad St. Augusta, Ga., (706) 722-8341. Reserved tickets: $10-$24 www.imperialtheatre.com
  
 8:00 PM Mary Poppins
Abbeville Opera House, 100 Court Square Abbeville, S.C., (864) 366-2157 www.theabbevilleoperahouse.com Cost: Adults $22
  
 8:00 PM Mary Poppins
Abbeville Opera House, 100 Court Square Abbeville, S.C., (864) 366-2157 www.theabbevilleoperahouse.com Cost: Adults $22
  
Saturday, September 19, 2015
  GA Amateur
GA Amateur - Tara Golf Club
  
 8:00 AM A-Doubles Tennis
A-Doubles Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Men's B-Doubles Tennis
Men's B-Doubles Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:30 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8:30 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Gold Rush Parade
Downtown McCormick (Main Street). Parade and other activities.
  
 5:00 PM-8:00 PM Singles Mingle: Italian Night   
 8:00 PM Mary Poppins
Abbeville Opera House, 100 Court Square Abbeville, S.C., (864) 366-2157 www.theabbevilleoperahouse.com Cost: Adults $22
  
 8:00 PM Mary Poppins
Abbeville Opera House, 100 Court Square Abbeville, S.C., (864) 366-2157 www.theabbevilleoperahouse.com Cost: Adults $22
  
Sunday, September 20, 2015
 7:00 PM Mixed Doubles
Mixed Doubles - 7 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 7:00 PM Mixed Doubles 2
Mixed Doubles 2 - 7 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Monday, September 21, 2015
 8:00 AM A-Doubles Tennis
A-Doubles Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of a short warmup, cardiovascular workout using water buoys and noodles, strengthening and toning exercises, stretching and balance exercises. The class is suitable for moderately active beginners and is a great way to exercise and tone your muscles while being kind to your joints. If you are no stranger to exercise, you can begin a level. Jump-start your mornings, and you’ll feel great the rest of the day.
  
 8:00 AM Men's B-Doubles Tennis
Men's B-Doubles Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Pickleball
Pickleball - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:00 AM Land Aerobics
Land Aerobics - 9 a.m. - Recreation Center Land aerobics is designed to include all four types of exercise – aerobics, strength, stretching and balance, all in a one-hour session.
  
 9:00 AM WGA Meeting
WGA Meeting - 9 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:15 AM Basic Aquatic Fitness
Basic Aquatic Fitness - 9:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:15 AM Stretch & Tone
Stretch & Tone - 10:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 1:00 PM Public Affairs Committee
Public Affairs Committee - 1 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 1:30 PM Duplicate Bridge
Duplicate Bridge - 1:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 4:30 PM Aqua Power Gym
Aqua Power Gym - 4:30 p.m. - Recreation Center Aqua Power Gym is a specialty power class of high muscular and cardiovascular intensity designed to turn the combination of human body and water into a 360-degree multiplex gym. Both transitional-depth and deep water movement resembles more water polo training or trapeze work or even anti-gravitational training (like how to walk on the moon) than water aerobics. The exercise design consists of all seven basic vertical aquatic exercises run through all four vertical aquatic working positions, the three planes of motion of the body -- often two at once -- and all directional and lever variants to offer an infinitely varied and progression-focused exercise program. We concentrate on breath, on core muscles, on lever length and joint action, on maximizing safe ranges of motion for joint flexibility, on recruiting all the vital tiny muscles to support the concentric, eccentric, and isometric actions of the large opposing muscle groups to achieve muscle balance, tone and kinetic force brought against the various hydro-dynamic forces/properties of water. This class is aimed at helping each other maintain and improve athletically fit, balanced, strong and healthy bodies and minds throughout our lives. Lots of camaraderie, laughter and learning. Equipment needed: aquatic athletic shoes, aquatic gloves, supernoodle; occasional work with boxers/kickers, paddles, balls, buoyancy cuffs, which instructor supplies.
  
 5:00 PM Pinochle
Pinochle - 5 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 6:30 PM Sunset Pickleball
Sunset Pickleball - 6:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Tuesday, September 22, 2015
 8:00 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of a short warmup, cardiovascular workout using water buoys and noodles, strengthening and toning exercises, stretching and balance exercises. The class is suitable for moderately active beginners and is a great way to exercise and tone your muscles while being kind to your joints. If you are no stranger to exercise, you can begin a level. Jump-start your mornings, and you’ll feel great the rest of the day.
  
 8:00 AM Ladies 3.0 Tennis
Ladies 3.0 Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:30 AM Table Tennis
Table Tennis - 8:30 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:15 AM Basic Aquatic Fitness
Basic Aquatic Fitness - 9:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Discussion Group
Discussion Group - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Green Netters
Green Netters - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Women's Competitive Tennis
Women's Competitive Tennis - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:15 AM Yoga
Yoga - 10:15 a.m. - Recreation Center Yoga is user-friendly. Nearly anyone, at any fitness level, and with a wide range of personal and fitness goals, can benefit from beginning a yoga practice. Short on flexibility? Something as simple as standing up straight can be considered a yoga pose. All you have to do is plant your feet on the floor, bring your ankles, knees, hips, shoulders, and ears into vertical alignment and breathe … Mountain Pose. Becoming mindful of your body, while maintaining deep, steady abdominal breathing, is the heart of yoga. The more complex the pose, the harder you have to work, both mentally and physically to stay aligned. You simply must relax and breathe. Yoga can reduce stress, aid in digestion, improve flexibility and joint mobility, which, in turn, improves posture. The yoga classes offered at the Recreation Center also strengthen and tone the core muscles. These are just some of the benefits of yoga. Yoga can help ease your aches, pains, and stiffness. If you suffer from sciatic nerve or other back issues, yoga can help.
  
 1:00 PM Needle Arts
Needle Arts - 1 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 1:00 PM Quilt Club
Quilt Club - 1 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 4:00 PM 4.0 Tennis
4.0 Tennis - 4 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 4:00 PM Bocce Ball
Bocce Ball - 4 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 6:30 PM Line Dancing
Line Dancing - 6:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Wednesday, September 23, 2015
 7:45 AM Stretch & Tone
Stretch & Tone - 7:45 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of about 20 minutes of stretching and toning exercises while sitting in a chair. It was designed specifically for people who are not able to kneel or get down on the floor. We do about 30 minutes of upper body work with weights. Individuals select the weight that is right for them. We have participants who use no weights right up to those who use eight- or 10-pound weights. We usually have approximately five minutes of cardio exercise at some point during the class. This is a great class for everyone because you only do what you can.
  
 8:00 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of a short warmup, cardiovascular workout using water buoys and noodles, strengthening and toning exercises, stretching and balance exercises. The class is suitable for moderately active beginners and is a great way to exercise and tone your muscles while being kind to your joints. If you are no stranger to exercise, you can begin a level. Jump-start your mornings, and you’ll feel great the rest of the day.
  
 8:00 AM Ladies 3.5+ Tennis
Ladies 3.5+ Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Pickleball
Pickleball - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:00 AM Land Aerobics
Land Aerobics - 9 a.m. - Recreation Center Land aerobics is designed to include all four types of exercise – aerobics, strength, stretching and balance, all in a one-hour session.
  
 9:15 AM Basic Aquatic Fitness
Basic Aquatic Fitness - 9:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Advanced Pickleball
Advanced Pickleball - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 1:00 PM Canasta/Hand & Foot
Canasta/Hand & Foot - 1 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 4:00 PM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 4 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Thursday, September 24, 2015
  MGA/WGA Play Day
MGA 18 Hole - 4 Man Team Scramble - Tara WGA 9/18 Hole - Invitational - Tara
  
 8:00 AM A-Doubles Tennis
A-Doubles Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of a short warmup, cardiovascular workout using water buoys and noodles, strengthening and toning exercises, stretching and balance exercises. The class is suitable for moderately active beginners and is a great way to exercise and tone your muscles while being kind to your joints. If you are no stranger to exercise, you can begin a level. Jump-start your mornings, and you’ll feel great the rest of the day.
  
 8:00 AM Men's B-Doubles Tennis
Men's B-Doubles Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:00 AM ACC Meeting
ACC Meeting - 9 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:00 AM Power Squadron
Power Squadron - 9 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:15 AM Basic Aquatic Fitness
Basic Aquatic Fitness - 9:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 2:00 PM Pinochle Club
Pinochle Club - 2 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 3:00 PM Power Squadron
Power Squadron - 3 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 4:00 PM 4.0 Tennis Group
4.0 Tennis Group - 4 p.m. - Recreation Center Men with USTA ratings 4.0 and above.
  
 4:00 PM Fore Fun
Fore Fun - 4 p.m. - Tara Golf Club Fore Fun is a weekly event that brings new, visiting and current residents together in a friendly 9-hole golf event. It is for green tee players as well as seasoned golfers. We have handicaps that range from 0- 40+, and people with no established handicap playing, and this wide range keeps the game exciting. Following the golf, we gather at the River Grille for libations and a leisurely dinner as we recap the plays of the day, and enjoy our new and existing friends. Mark your calendars now for 3:30 p.m. every Thursday. For more information, contact Ron Martin at ronheidi@wctel.net.
  
 6:30 PM Duplicate Bridge
Duplicate Bridge - 6:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 6:30 PM Sunset Pickleball
Sunset Pickleball - 6:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Friday, September 25, 2015
  SLV Club Championship
SLV Club Championship - Monticello Golf Club
  
 8:00 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of a short warmup, cardiovascular workout using water buoys and noodles, strengthening and toning exercises, stretching and balance exercises. The class is suitable for moderately active beginners and is a great way to exercise and tone your muscles while being kind to your joints. If you are no stranger to exercise, you can begin a level. Jump-start your mornings, and you’ll feel great the rest of the day.
  
 8:00 AM Ladies 3.0 Tennis
Ladies 3.0 Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Pickleball
Pickleball - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:00 AM Land Aerobics
Land Aerobics - 9 a.m. - Recreation Center Land aerobics is designed to include all four types of exercise – aerobics, strength, stretching and balance, all in a one-hour session.
  
 9:15 AM Basic Aquatic Fitness
Basic Aquatic Fitness - 9:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Advanced Pickleball
Advanced Pickleball - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Ladies 3.5+ Tennis
Ladies 3.5+ Tennis - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:15 AM Yoga
Yoga - 10:15 a.m. - Recreation Center Yoga is user-friendly. Nearly anyone, at any fitness level, and with a wide range of personal and fitness goals, can benefit from beginning a yoga practice. Short on flexibility? Something as simple as standing up straight can be considered a yoga pose. All you have to do is plant your feet on the floor, bring your ankles, knees, hips, shoulders, and ears into vertical alignment and breathe … Mountain Pose. Becoming mindful of your body, while maintaining deep, steady abdominal breathing, is the heart of yoga. The more complex the pose, the harder you have to work, both mentally and physically to stay aligned. You simply must relax and breathe. Yoga can reduce stress, aid in digestion, improve flexibility and joint mobility, which, in turn, improves posture. The yoga classes offered at the Recreation Center also strengthen and tone the core muscles. These are just some of the benefits of yoga. Yoga can help ease your aches, pains, and stiffness. If you suffer from sciatic nerve or other back issues, yoga can help.
  
 11:45 AM Stretch & Tone
Stretch & Tone - 11:45 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of about 20 minutes of stretching and toning exercises while sitting in a chair. It was designed specifically for people who are not able to kneel or get down on the floor. We do about 30 minutes of upper body work with weights. Individuals select the weight that is right for them. We have participants who use no weights right up to those who use eight- or 10-pound weights. We usually have approximately five minutes of cardio exercise at some point during the class. This is a great class for everyone because you only do what you can.
  
 1:00 PM Inside Pool Closed
Inside Pool Closed - 1 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. - Activity Center
  
 8:00 PM Fiddler on the Roof
At Imperial Theatre, 745 Broad St. Augusta, Ga., (706) 722-8341.Reserved tickets: $28-$46 www.imperialtheatre.com
  
 8:00 PM Mary Poppins
Abbeville Opera House, 100 Court Square Abbeville, S.C., (864) 366-2157 www.theabbevilleoperahouse.com Cost: Adults $22
  
 8:00 PM Mary Poppins
Abbeville Opera House, 100 Court Square Abbeville, S.C., (864) 366-2157 www.theabbevilleoperahouse.com Cost: Adults $22
  
Saturday, September 26, 2015
  SLV Club Championship
SLV Club Championship - Tara Golf Club
  
 8:30 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8:30 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:30 AM Tennis Mixer
Tennis Mixer - 8:30 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 PM Fiddler on the Roof
At Imperial Theatre, 745 Broad St. Augusta, Ga., (706) 722-8341.Reserved tickets: $28-$46 www.imperialtheatre.com
  
 8:00 PM Mary Poppins
Abbeville Opera House, 100 Court Square Abbeville, S.C., (864) 366-2157 www.theabbevilleoperahouse.com Cost: Adults $22
  
 8:00 PM Mary Poppins
Abbeville Opera House, 100 Court Square Abbeville, S.C., (864) 366-2157 www.theabbevilleoperahouse.com Cost: Adults $22
  
Sunday, September 27, 2015
 3:00 PM Fiddler on the Roof
At Imperial Theatre, 745 Broad St. Augusta, Ga., (706) 722-8341.Reserved tickets: $28-$46 www.imperialtheatre.com
  
 7:00 PM Mixed Doubles
Mixed Doubles - 7 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 7:00 PM Mixed Doubles 2
Mixed Doubles 2 - 7 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Monday, September 28, 2015
 8:00 AM A-Doubles Tennis
A-Doubles Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of a short warmup, cardiovascular workout using water buoys and noodles, strengthening and toning exercises, stretching and balance exercises. The class is suitable for moderately active beginners and is a great way to exercise and tone your muscles while being kind to your joints. If you are no stranger to exercise, you can begin a level. Jump-start your mornings, and you’ll feel great the rest of the day.
  
 8:00 AM Men's B-Doubles Tennis
Men's B-Doubles Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Pickleball
Pickleball - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:00 AM Land Aerobics
Land Aerobics - 9 a.m. - Recreation Center Land aerobics is designed to include all four types of exercise – aerobics, strength, stretching and balance, all in a one-hour session.
  
 9:15 AM Basic Aquatic Fitness
Basic Aquatic Fitness - 9:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:15 AM Stretch & Tone
Stretch & Tone - 10:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 1:30 PM Duplicate Bridge
Duplicate Bridge - 1:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 6:00 PM Euchre
Euchre - 6 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 6:30 PM Sunset Pickleball
Sunset Pickleball - 6:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Tuesday, September 29, 2015
 8:00 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of a short warmup, cardiovascular workout using water buoys and noodles, strengthening and toning exercises, stretching and balance exercises. The class is suitable for moderately active beginners and is a great way to exercise and tone your muscles while being kind to your joints. If you are no stranger to exercise, you can begin a level. Jump-start your mornings, and you’ll feel great the rest of the day.
  
 8:00 AM Ladies 3.0 Tennis
Ladies 3.0 Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:30 AM Table Tennis
Table Tennis - 8:30 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:15 AM Basic Aquatic Fitness
Basic Aquatic Fitness - 9:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Discussion Group
Discussion Group - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Green Netters
Green Netters - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Women's Competitive Tennis
Women's Competitive Tennis - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:15 AM Yoga
Yoga - 10:15 a.m. - Recreation Center Yoga is user-friendly. Nearly anyone, at any fitness level, and with a wide range of personal and fitness goals, can benefit from beginning a yoga practice. Short on flexibility? Something as simple as standing up straight can be considered a yoga pose. All you have to do is plant your feet on the floor, bring your ankles, knees, hips, shoulders, and ears into vertical alignment and breathe … Mountain Pose. Becoming mindful of your body, while maintaining deep, steady abdominal breathing, is the heart of yoga. The more complex the pose, the harder you have to work, both mentally and physically to stay aligned. You simply must relax and breathe. Yoga can reduce stress, aid in digestion, improve flexibility and joint mobility, which, in turn, improves posture. The yoga classes offered at the Recreation Center also strengthen and tone the core muscles. These are just some of the benefits of yoga. Yoga can help ease your aches, pains, and stiffness. If you suffer from sciatic nerve or other back issues, yoga can help.
  
 12:30 PM Bridge Buddies
Bridge Buddies - 12:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 1:00 PM Quilt Club
Quilt Club - 1 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 4:00 PM 4.0 Tennis
4.0 Tennis - 4 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 4:00 PM Bocce Ball
Bocce Ball - 4 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 6:00 PM Beginning Duplicate Bridge
Beginning Duplicate Bridge - 6 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 6:30 PM Line Dancing
Line Dancing - 6:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
 7:45 AM Stretch & Tone
Stretch & Tone - 7:45 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of about 20 minutes of stretching and toning exercises while sitting in a chair. It was designed specifically for people who are not able to kneel or get down on the floor. We do about 30 minutes of upper body work with weights. Individuals select the weight that is right for them. We have participants who use no weights right up to those who use eight- or 10-pound weights. We usually have approximately five minutes of cardio exercise at some point during the class. This is a great class for everyone because you only do what you can.
  
 8:00 AM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center This class consists of a short warmup, cardiovascular workout using water buoys and noodles, strengthening and toning exercises, stretching and balance exercises. The class is suitable for moderately active beginners and is a great way to exercise and tone your muscles while being kind to your joints. If you are no stranger to exercise, you can begin a level. Jump-start your mornings, and you’ll feel great the rest of the day.
  
 8:00 AM Ladies 3.5+ Tennis
Ladies 3.5+ Tennis - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 8:00 AM Pickleball
Pickleball - 8 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 9:00 AM Land Aerobics
Land Aerobics - 9 a.m. - Recreation Center Land aerobics is designed to include all four types of exercise – aerobics, strength, stretching and balance, all in a one-hour session.
  
 9:15 AM Basic Aquatic Fitness
Basic Aquatic Fitness - 9:15 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 10:00 AM Advanced Pickleball
Advanced Pickleball - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
 1:00 PM Canasta/Hand & Foot
Canasta/Hand & Foot - 1 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 1:00 PM Tennis Committee
Tennis Committee - 1 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
 4:00 PM Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness
Intermediate/Adv Aqua Fitness - 4 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Thursday, October 01, 2015
  MGA/WGA Play Day
MGA 18 Hole - Individual Flighted - Monticello WGA 18 Hole - Best 2 of 4 - Monticello WGA 9 Hole - Three Lowest Scores (Team Gross) - Tara
  
 5:30 PM Uptown Live: Swingin' Medallions
Band performance. Free. Oregon Avenue, Greenwood, S.C.
  
Monday, October 05, 2015
  Good Shepherd Golf Outing
Good Shepherd Golf Outing - Tara Golf Club
  
Thursday, October 08, 2015
  Member Guest - No MGA/WGA Play Day
Member Guest - No MGA/WGA Play Day
  
  Men's Member/Guest
Men's Member Guest - Monticello Golf Club
  
Friday, October 09, 2015
  Men's Member Guest
Men's Member Guest - Tara Golf Club
  
Saturday, October 10, 2015
  Men's Member Guest
Men's Member Guest - Monticello Golf Club
  
Sunday, October 11, 2015
 4:00 PM Sundays @ 4
Sundays at Four - Watch for more information Sundays at Four 2015-16 Concert Season at LCBTL October 11, 2015—Southern Fried Jazz Band November 8, 2015—The Sandlapper Singers January 17, 2016—Kiokee String Quartet February 14, 2016—The Massey Duo March 20, 2016—The Palmetto Pans Steel Drum Band
  
Monday, October 12, 2015
  CSRA Seniors
CSRA Seniors - Tara Golf Club
  
Wednesday, October 14, 2015
 3:30 PM Book Club
Book Club - The Aviator’s Wife by Melanie Benjamin - 3:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Thursday, October 15, 2015
  MGA/WGA Play Day
MGA 18 Hole: -Team Event - Monticello WGA 18 Hole - Match Play- Monticello WGA 9 Hole - Tee to Green (Individual Gross) - Tara
  
Saturday, October 17, 2015
   5k Walk/Run
Outdoor Adventure Club - 5k Walk/Run - Watch for more information
  
Wednesday, October 21, 2015
  MGA/WGA Championship
MGA 9/18 - Monticello WGA 9/18 - Monticello
  
 10:00 AM Board of Directors Meeting
Board of Directors Meeting - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
Thursday, October 22, 2015
  MGA/WGA Championship
MGA 9/18 - Tara WGA 9/18 - Tara
  
Saturday, October 24, 2015
  Shenandoah Days Dinner
Shenandoah Days Dinner - Time TBD - River Grille
  
 10:30 AM SLV Couples Golf Event   
Thursday, October 29, 2015
  MGA Play Day
MGA Play Day - Team Event - Monticello
  
  WGA Closing Luncheon
WGA Closing Luncheon - Recreation Center - time tbd
  
Wednesday, November 04, 2015
  Augusta Canal Bike Ride
Outdoor Adventure Club - Augusta Canal Bike Ride - time tbd
  
Thursday, November 05, 2015
  MGA Turkey Shoot/Dinner
MGA Turkey Shoot/Dinner - time tbd
  
 6:00 PM SLV 2016 Budget Presentation
SLV 2016 Budget Presentation - 6 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Saturday, November 07, 2015
  McCormick Humane Society's Casino Night
McCormick Humane Society Casino Night - tentative date. More info will follow at a later date.
  
Sunday, November 08, 2015
 4:00 PM Sundays @ 4
Sundays at Four - Watch for more information Sundays at Four 2015-16 Concert Season at LCBTL October 11, 2015—Southern Fried Jazz Band November 8, 2015—The Sandlapper Singers January 17, 2016—Kiokee String Quartet February 14, 2016—The Massey Duo March 20, 2016—The Palmetto Pans Steel Drum Band
  
Wednesday, November 11, 2015
 3:30 PM Book Club
Book Club - All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr - 3:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Thursday, November 12, 2015
  MGA Play Day
MGA 18 Hole Play Day - Team Event - Tara
  
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
 10:00 AM Board of Directors Meeting
Board of Directors Meeting - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
Thursday, November 19, 2015
  MGA Play Day
MGA 18 Hole Play Day - Team event - Tara
  
 6:00 PM SLV Annual Meeting
SLV Annual Meeting - 6 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Thursday, November 26, 2015
  Thanksgiving Holiday - No MGA Play
Thanksgiving Holiday - No MGA Play
  
Thursday, December 03, 2015
  MGA Play Day
MGA Play Day - Individual Flighted - Monticello
  
Wednesday, December 09, 2015
 3:30 PM Book Club
Book Club - Where the Wind Leads by Vinh Chung - 3:30 p.m. - Recreation Center
  
Thursday, December 10, 2015
  MGA Play Day
MGA 18 Hole Play Day - Team Event - Monticello
  
Wednesday, December 16, 2015
 10:00 AM Board of Directors Meeting
Board of Directors Meeting - 10 a.m. - Recreation Center
  
Thursday, December 17, 2015
  MGA Play Day
MGA 18 Hole Play Day - 4 Man Team Scramble - Monticello
  
Sunday, January 17, 2016
 4:00 PM Sundays @ 4
Sundays at Four - Watch for more information Sundays at Four 2015-16 Concert Season at LCBTL October 11, 2015—Southern Fried Jazz Band November 8, 2015—The Sandlapper Singers January 17, 2016—Kiokee String Quartet February 14, 2016—The Massey Duo March 20, 2016—The Palmetto Pans Steel Drum Band
  
Sunday, February 14, 2016
 4:00 PM Sundays @ 4
Sundays at Four - Watch for more information Sundays at Four 2015-16 Concert Season at LCBTL October 11, 2015—Southern Fried Jazz Band November 8, 2015—The Sandlapper Singers January 17, 2016—Kiokee String Quartet February 14, 2016—The Massey Duo March 20, 2016—The Palmetto Pans Steel Drum Band
  
Sunday, March 20, 2016
 4:00 PM Sundays @ 4
Sundays at Four - Watch for more information Sundays at Four 2015-16 Concert Season at LCBTL October 11, 2015—Southern Fried Jazz Band November 8, 2015—The Sandlapper Singers January 17, 2016—Kiokee String Quartet February 14, 2016—The Massey Duo March 20, 2016—The Palmetto Pans Steel Drum Band