Fore Court - November 2018

Enjoy These 6 Autumn Activities Fun for the Whole Family!

or wreaths for your front door to greet guests will create the desired autumn vibe you’ve been searching for. MOVIE NIGHT Gather your loved ones in the living room with popcorn, blankets, and a great film. Make the most of your autumn evenings by cozying up and spending quality time with each other while watching some family holiday favorites, like “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” or the Thanksgiving comedy-drama “Pieces of April.” HOME-COOKED FOOD When autumn rolls around, pie and warm cider may be high on your list of tasty treats you’re eagerly anticipating. This fall, encourage your family to take part in making annual goodies and sharing them with your neighbors. Nothing warms the heart more than receiving a loaf of freshly baked pumpkin bread during these increasingly cold days. KNITTED SCARVES If you’re handy with knitting needles, now is the season to put them to work. Hand-knitted scarves are great gifts to give throughout the fall and winter, and you can also make it a family activity! Take some time to teach your kids how to knit and crochet to create scarves of their very own.

Throughout November, everyone is eagerly looking forward to Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday, but you shouldn’t let the rest of the month slip past you! Enjoy these other fall activities with the whole family. HOMEMADE CARAMEL APPLES

Homemade treats are no doubt far better than their store-bought counterparts. Try your hand at making your own caramel apples for the whole family to enjoy. You can also add a number of toppings to liven things up, such as nuts, white or milk chocolate, coconut, sprinkles, or pecans.

BACKYARD BONFIRE During these cold months, you may be tempted to stay indoors, but heading outside for a bonfire is a great way to spend time with your family while enjoying the brisk weather. If you have a fire pit in your backyard, now is the perfect time to take advantage of it by bundling up with some hot chocolate and s’mores. AUTUMN ARRANGEMENTS It’s time to get crafty! Creating your own fall arrangements will ensure that your home has the seasonal decorations you want. Making beautiful fall flower arrangements for your kitchen table


A lot has happened since our last newsletter!

addition of the Audiofetch devices attached to the TVs in the cardio center. When you download the app on your smartphone, you can listen with your headphones or Bluetooth to the happenings on the TVs. If you need a demo, please let us know. We’re happy to help. Pickleball Looking for a social and fun weekend activity that’s easier on the body than baseball? Pickleball might be for you. An informal league has started on Saturday afternoons from 1:30–3:30 p.m. and costs $10 per person. Rackets and balls are available to borrow. Reach out to Sandy at if you’re interested!

Happy Veterans Day to all our veteran members, including staff members Lee Marsh, Mike Kasun, and Ron Marocco. We appreciate your service. Kara Soucy has started a Ladies Lift Program with over 15 participants weekly. What a great program! It’s very motivating to those involved. More Ladies Lift programs will be starting as well as some group training programs for men. Talk to us about how to get started. Group Fitness Launch Melissa and staff had a ball at their Halloween launch of the new Les Mills classes on Oct. 26, 27, and 28! Our instructors always get into the holiday spirit and everyone has so much fun. Go check one out for yourself this month! What is Audiofetch? If you walk on the treadmill or use the Stairmaster, you will have noticed the new

Have a great November!

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