Happenings COUNTRY CLUB
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16
“Naughty Boys of
8 PM – VIP Room
Shelly Strickler is a pioneer
for women in broadcast journalism. Shelly
will take you through how the media has handled
political scandals through the ages. There are
so many sex scandals among major politicians,
but did you know before Kennedy, Clinton,
and Weiner, there was Jefferson, Hamilton, and
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19
Academy Award Winning
Film “Address Unknown”
Starring Paul Lukas
Discussion led by Irwin &
Joan Robinson to follow
7:30 PM – VIP Room
The legendary production designer William
Cameron Menzies (Gone with the Wind) produced
and directed this startling drama, made
during World War II. Paul Lukas stars as a
German immigrant who returns to Germany
and comes under the sway of Nazi beliefs. This
riveting Hitchcock-style thriller blends suspense,
romance, action and a powerful message into a
unique and exciting film.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25
Ira Epstein presents…“Musical Journey
Through Israel” 8 PM – VIP Room
Noted educator Ira Epstein will present a journey
through the many forms of music inspired
by Israel’s 70 years of history and beyond.
fascinating conversation as they discuss what
the Constitution means today and how the play
has brought it to life. Moderating the discussion
is journalist Dahlia Lithwick, a senior editor for
Slate, and a frequent constitutional commentator
on NPR and MSNBC.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12
Performers, Syrena Nikole &
“American Folk Music”
8 PM – VIP Room
American folk music has influenced our culture
and brought people together for generations.
Hear a selection of songs ranging from Woodie
Guthrie to Bob Dylan on voice and guitar by
Syrena Nikole and Beau Moore, who’ve toured
with folk legends Peter Yarrow & Noel Paul
Stookey of Peter, Paul, and Mary, George Grove
of the Kingston Trio, and Tom Chapin. Time
travel to the 1930s-1970s and beyond!
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13
Movie Under the Stars
25th Anniversary of
“The Jazz Singer”
starring Neil Diamond
7:30 PM – Upper Pool
Neil Diamond made his movie debut in The
Jazz Singer, the 1980's updated version of the Al
Jolson classic, as a fifth generation cantor who
struggles to find expression through his own
songs in the highly competitive world of popular
music. He is opposed by his father, portrayed
by Laurence Olivier, who is convinced that his
son is betraying his birthright by striking out on
his own. The movie features 10 songs composed
and recorded live on film by Diamond.
(Please note all Country Club Members must present their Membership Cards upon entry to club or outdoor pool)
OCTOBERFEST BEGINS NEXT MONTH….
If you are not already a member of the
Country Club and wish to join now,
you will get the remainder of 2019 along
with your 2020 membership.
Come to the Front Desk to join.
SPECIAL CLUB HOURS
Club closes at 4 pm on Sunday, Sept., 29
& Monday, Sept. 30
in observance of Rosh Hashanah.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2
D.J. Poolside 1–4 PM
Children’s Entertainment – 2 PM
7 a.m.—12 noon
12 noon—1:15 p.m.
CLOSED (except on holidays)
1:15 p.m.—8:45 p.m.
Sat. & Sun.:
8 a.m.—8:45 p.m.
Weekdays:*6am - 10pm
Sat & Sun: 7am -9pm
*Gym cleaning between
1 pm & 2 pm Monday/
(members may use if
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5
Lush Life Jazz Trio
8 PM – VIP Room
Come enjoy a very special evening of jazz
music with Frank Doyle and Heather Parris
with their new band….Lush Life.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9
92nd StY On Demand
“What the Constitution Means to Me”
Heidi Schreck and Laurence Tribe in
Conversation with Dahlia Lithwick
4:30 & 7:30 PM – VIP Room
Join Heidi Schreck (the whip-smart playwright,
runaway hit play, What the Constitution
Means to Me) and Laurence Tribe (the Harvard
Law professor who has helped write constitutions
for the Czech Republic and others) for a
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