Monthly Archives: April 2016

April 2016 Newsletter

Dear Newcomer Friends,
April is an exciting month for Lexington. Here is a link to all the wonderful Patriot Day activities around town. http://www.lexingtonma.gov/patriots-day-lexington
We hope you enjoy the events we have planned. Stay tuned for our upcoming
activities later in the spring including the International Party, family picnic and high tea at the Boston Public Library. We have also discussed the idea of planning an “Accessory Exchange” party, where you bring unwanted items to trade with friends. Let us know if this interests you or if you have other suggestions. We would love to hear from you.
We are still looking for people who would like to be on our board to help with
existing committees or start a new one. We are also always looking for new hosts for activities. If you are interested in being a more active part of LNC, please contact either of us.
Sheila Tweeddale and April Smith Ziegler
LNC Presidents
http://www.lexington-newcomers.org
https://www.facebook.com/LexingtonNewcomersClub
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Lunch Bunch
Friday, April 8 12:00 pm
Sichuan Garden
2 Alfred St, Woburn
“Sichuan Garden’s Baldwin mansion, which offers a unique dining aura, excellent
food and services, has won itself five-star reviews. Sichuan cuisine is well known as one of the four famous cuisines in Chinese food culture. Sichuan Garden will
continue working on preparing and presenting best specialties from China.”
http://sichuangardenrestaurant.com/cuisine
Please RSVP to Liz Murray by Wednesday, April 6 elizabeth.murray1@comcast.net
Please let us know if you would like to share/offer a ride and how many you can accommodate.


Book Club
Tuesday, April 12, 7:30pm
at the home of Kristine Arena
153 Cedar Street
The Incarnations” by Susan Barker
Hailed by The New York Times for its “wildly ambitious…dazzling use of language” and “mesmerizing storytelling,” The Incarnations is a “brilliant, mind-expanding, and wildly original novel” (Chris Cleave) about a Beijing taxi driver whose past incarnations over one thousand years haunt him through searing letters sent by his mysterious soulmate.
Please RSVP to Lorri: lorrikern@gmail.com or Sue: suemstapleton@gmail.com

 

 


Coffee Talk
Tuesday, April 26, 10:00am
Liz Murray’s home
5 Peachtree Road
We invite you to join us for an informal coffee time to get to know each other and
learn more about LNC or just spend time with friends!
No RSVP required; this is a drop in event.


Bunco
a game for everyone!
Wednesday, April 27 from 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Amanda Zinke hosts
7 Abbott Road
Ante for the Bunco game is $5.00. After Bunco, we also like to play a game called “Left Right Center.” Please bring $3.00 for this game if you wish to play.
We ask that participants bring a bottle of wine or drink of choice and an appetizer or dessert.
Please RSVP to allihinman@hotmail.com