Clubs & Group Meetings at Little House
Monday Mornings at 10:00AM - 12:00Noon
The world is constantly evolving and change presents us with fresh issues and challenges every day. The headlines are new, but also recurring, involving conflicts between countries and cultures, rich and poor, left-wing and right-wing, heritage versus progress. Local, national and international issues - everyone has an opinion and we want to know yours! The agenda eack week is determined by the participants, so you are guaranteed to have topics you are interested in discussed by the group. Meetings are every Monday, starting at 10AM. $2 per session.
1st Wednesday, 10am - 11:30am
The Stamp Club meets in the Garden Room on the first Wednesday of every month from 10AM - 11:30AM. Activities include discussion on philately (stamp collecting) and local events, guest speakers, and auction trading of members' stamps and donated items.
1st Wednesday, 12:30pm - 2pm
The Little House Book Club meets regularly, on the first Wednesday of each month from 12:30PM-2PM. We are all avid readers who like to share the experience and our thoughts about the books we choose to read. It’s like taking a trip and reminiscing. with friends. We are always recommending interesting books amongst the group.
Our reading list includes a wide range of both fiction and nonfiction literature and upcoming books that are listed monthly in the Little House Newsletter. You do not have to read every book to join in.
If this sounds appealing to you and are eager to share your adventure, please come and join us!
Current Book List:
JANUARY: "All the Eyes We Cannot See," by Anthony Doerr.
FEBRUARY: "The Road to Little Dribbling," by Bill Bryson.
MARCH: "Marriage of Opposites," by Alice Hoffman.
Thursday Evenings 7:00pm - 8:50pm
Join the Dance Club every Thursday evening from7:00PM-8:50PM while they sway their hips to beats from a variety of music genres!
Every Tuesday Morning 9:00AM - 12:00PM
Knitting has a long legacy, dating back as far as 1st millennium Egypt and, later, knitting circles evolved in Paris in the 1600's, as a hobby for the wealthy. Today, knitting circles provide companionship, relaxation, skill building and a way to do good for others while having a great time. The oldest ‘Club’ at Little House, the group has been together (with a movable feast of members) since before we landed in this building over fifty years ago.
New projects start all the time, with the purpose of making things to be sold at our own Boutique,‘The Little Shop.' New members are always made especially welcome. Not to worry if you think you don’t know how to do anything, you are invited to learn knitting or crocheting with us. It's always fun. Please drop by any Tuesday morning, You can sit and watch awhile or we’ll happily put you to work.