MOVIE TIME WITH NST CINEMA CLUB
What? You haven’t come to one of our popular
film discussions yet? Watch for flyers on
the easel at the top of the stairs leading to the
theater for information on the next gathering.
It announces the movie to be reviewed and
the date of discussion. All reviews are held on
designated Mondays at 11 a.m. in the movie
theater. Howard Simon, co-manager of the
theater, provides a trailer before the program.
Films reviewed thus far include, “Phantom
Thread,” “7 Days at Entebbe,” “The Post,”
“Beirut” and “A Sack of Marbles.” The Cinema
Club Committee consists of Gloria Beck,
Chickie Kaufman, Carol Klinger, Vicki Mazel
and Mimi Radin. Film review is provided by
Vicki Mazel and then opened for audience
participation. All residents are invited.
SAVE THE DATES
• Wednesday, September 26 at 7:15 p.m. in
the Downstairs Card Room Max Alvarez,
Author, Educator, Theater/Film Critic
“The History of the Hollywood Studios”
• Wednesday, October 17 (Details to be
announced) Party time in Towers on the
Green International Night—Celebrating
the 70th birthday of the State of Israel
Food and Entertainment
• Wednesday, November 14 at 7:15 p.m. in
the Downstairs Card Room
“The Assassination of President JFK”
(As recounted by eyewitness Secret
Service Agent Clint Hill) Lecturers/
Professors Howard Ehrlich and Harvey
• Wednesday, December 19 (Details to be
announced) Holiday Party in Towers on
the Green Dinner & Entertainment by
Michael De Los Santos
Professor of Constitutional Law and Speaker
James Coll delivered the finale of his
three-part series, Wednesday evening, July
18, to a packed audience in the large card room
off the Towers Cinema entrance. “The Police and
The Constitution” was a fascinating look at law
enforcement in the United States and how the
most important of the country’s founding documents
has shaped its growth over its more than
200 years in existence. Coll, a former NYPD
Detective, proved his lecturing mettle, taking the
seemingly moribund material and shaping it into
concise, interesting bit-size morsels, which kept
the attendees rapt and eager with questions following
the talk. It’s no wonder Coll has become
a regular fixture at various NST club meetings.
PAY YOUR DUES
Dues are due… now! Don’t miss a lecture or
luncheon, field trip or party. Make your check
for $25.00 made out to “NST Women’s Club”
and give to your building concierge:
Building #1: Anita Levien, Apt. 3E
Building #2: Marylin Goldberg, Apt. 9M
Building #3 Chickie Kaufmam, Apt. 1T
Professor Coll… Captivating!
Coll plays to a full house
Time in Rhyme
Summer’s no bummer—Get into the hub,
Stay active each month
with the Women’s Club.
Our committees are busy,
never shirking their work,
Programs, workshops, trips—Go berserk!
We have so many plans—You’ll have a ball,
Give an ear to what’s up
for this coming fall.
When we’re talking to films,
Attend September 26’s
Max Alvarez lecture.
October 17 is the next program date.
It’s party time—Let’s celebrate.
Towers on the Green—Here’s the deal,
It’s the 70th birthday of the State of Israel.
November 14 is next on the list.
This program is not to be missed.
We pay honor to JFK’s memory…
Two professors and a witness to history.
December 19—’tis the end of the year,
Holiday party time, with lots of good cheer.
Food, fun and music are planned,
To finish a year which was
You won’t have to sing the blues,
Just so long as you pay your dues.
Plays, museums, film talks at the movies,
Workshops for women—Isn’t it groovy?
So stick with us—
NST Women’s Club group.
Come to events and stay in the loop.
We plan our programs just for you.
Give us a smile ’cause we love you too!
Lecturer wraps up 3-part series
Look for announcements in
the mailroom for further details
about our events. We’re the
flyer with the yellow rose!
Photos by Dawn Steinberg
42 NORTH SHORE TOWERS COURIER ¢ August 2018