Fellowship, Food, and Fun
Come to Leisure Club on the third Tuesday of the month, September-May. We start with an entertaining program at 11:00 am. Bring your favorite side dish or dessert to share at the luncheon following the program. The main dish and beverages are provided. Everyone is welcome at Leisure Club, so please invite a friend or neighbor to come along! Our facilities are accessible.
Spring 2019 Schedule
CANCELED FOR JANUARY 15
Due to icy conditions, the decision was made to cancel Leisure Club on Tuesday, January 15.
February 19 | Branch House Comes Alive
The historic mansion at the corner of N. Davis and Monument Avenue was completed in 1919 for Mr. and Mrs. John Kerr Branch and later it became the winter residence for their family. Steve Coor, son of our Leisure Club member, Dot Coor, will discuss the history of this unique Richmond landmark, now owned by the Virginia Center for Architecture Foundation.
March 19 | Daniel Banke as Frank Sinatra
Reveille's Director of Music Ministries, Daniel Banke, is also a Frank Sinatra impersonator! He may not have the blue eyes, but he’s got the voice and charm to win over the Leisure Club with Frank’s greatest hits. Come fly with Daniel to the moon, to the city that never sleeps, and to foggy London town, amidst all the stardust and summer wind that you can handle in one sitting. A perfect time to bring a friend that is a music lover or Sinatra fan!
April 16 | A Lively Stroll Down Memory Lane
Story tellers Judith Onesty and Les Schaffer stir up some of our happy memories of past television and movie entertainers. Remember George Burns and Gracie Allen with their zany conversations? They reveal some of the history of the king of the cowboys, Roy Rogers and queen of the west, Dale Evans. Plus, Judith and Les will share some of their very own personal stories.
May 21 | The Underputter's Son
Bernie Henderson, CEO of Woody and Nelsen Funeral Homes, will bring little known facts and history to life. This time, he will share his own recollections of real life experiences as a boy growing up in his family’s funeral home as he leads us into his treasure chest of personal memories.