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MON. FEB 10 - THE MARCH FOR WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE - 1848 - 1920  To celebrate the 100th anniversary of passing of the 19th Amendment by the US Congress.
9:30 - 11:30 a.m. (From 9:30 - 10:00 a.m. there will be a social Meet & Greet) KP NORTH CLUB, THE BANQUET ROOM WELCOME ALL RESIDENTS OF KINGS POINT AND SUN CITY CENTER ** Mark your calendar and plan to attend and please take time to RSVP We are always looking for new speakers to present their own special history topics. If you have an interest to join our group or want to present your personal history or a topic. Please contact us, at friendsofhistorygroup27@gmail.com or contact Ron Browning at 813-922-6524 ** Anyone who want to attend that lives outside Kings Point in Sun City Center, just come thru the visitor entrance and tell them you want to attend the History Group Meeting to gain entrance.  PRESENTATION AND DISCUSSION BY: Jan Annabel Shively Bassett Here are the topics my presentation, The March for Women’s Suffrage – 1848 – 1920. To celebrate the 100th anniversary of passing of the 19th Amendment by the US Congress. • Women’s Suffrage • Seneca Falls Convention • National Suffrage Groups Established • Protest and Progress • The Final Struggle • When Did Women Get the Right to Vote? • What is the 19th Amendment? . Post Script to Women’s Suffrage. Jan Bassett was born and raised in Peoria, Illinois. She has a Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Speech and History and taught Junior High School World Geography and World History in the Anaheim Union High District, Anaheim, CA. After 15 years in banking, she retired and with her husband, Gordon, moved to Sun City Center in 2001. Daughters of the American Revolution, DAR Jan joined DAR as a junior member in 1964. She currently serves Regent of the Colonel George Mercer Brooke Chapter in Sun City Center. 


MON. FEB 10 - PATIENT NAVIGATORS: GUIDING THE PATIENT EXPERIENCE SPONSORED BY THE MEN'S CLUB OF SUN CITY CENTER
1:30 - 2:30 p.m. at Sun City Center Community Hall, 1910 S Pebble Beach Blvd, Sun City Center, FL 33573 with Sarah Mister, BSN, RN; Ambulatory Nurse Navigator, TGH Diagnostic Center.  Sarah Mister is a Registered Nurse with a BSN.  She obtained her RN in 2001 and BSN in 2007 from University of South Florida, and has lived in the South Shore area for 20 years.  Sarah has extensive experience in cardiac/critical care nursing, medical/surgical and special staffing nursing, and was a travel nurse for three years. I was the charge nurse at USF cardiology Sun City Center location for 4 years, and is now the Ambulatory Nurse Navigator at the TGH Diagnostic Center.   A patient navigator is defined as a medical professional whose clinical expertise and training guides patients and their caregivers to make informed decisions about their health. The navigator guides patients through the health care system and collaborates with a multidisciplinary team to assist with timely screenings, diagnosis, treatment and increased supportive care. Join patient navigator Sarah Mister, BSN, RN to learn about the convenient services navigators can offer to help you achieve the best health possible.  For questions or to register visit www.tgh.org/healthed or call 813.660.6101 - Lunch – Complimentary lunch to be provided


MON. FEB 10 - IRISH CONNECTION MOVIE NIGHT
6:30 p.m. at the Rollins Theater Feature: Driving Miss Daisy. Starring: Jessica Tandy, Morgan Freeman & Dan Aykroyd. An elderly Jewish woman can no longer drive. Her son insists on hiring a driver which in 1950's Atlanta meant hiring a black man. She resists any assistance but is won over by the drivers good grace and over the years they build a relationship that transcends their differences.   Winner of multiple awards including Best Picture (1989) & Oscar for Jessica Tandy.  Sub titles available  All SCC & KP welcome  Bring ID's 


MON. FEB 10 - SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY CLUB MEETING
7:00 p.m. in the Caper Room, Atrium Building, 954 North Course Lane. There is a $3/meeting charge for Kings Point residents; please pre-register by midnight Feb 8 at setkingspoint@yahoo.com.  Community Association members may pay their annual dues at this meeting if they haven’t already done so; please bring a check for $10 for each member. Our Baby Universe - Its First 380,000 Years. The SET club is delighted to welcome back for the 6th time, our very popular speaker, Fulvia Fiorani with her newest presentation: Our Baby Universe.  The early universe was a very different place than it is today.  The first atomic nuclei of hydrogen and helium were formed just minutes after the "big bang.”  At 380,000 years old, the universe became transparent for the first time.  We see this light today as the cosmic microwave background. 


TUE. FEB 11 – Painfree Backup for Your Computer
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon in the Computer Lab $10 Members   $15 Non-Members. This Windows 10 workshop will show you how to backup your documents and pictures using a free program called FreeFileSync.  It will also show you how to take an image of your system for easy recovery in case  you lose your system software and data, using a free program called TodoBackup.  Bring your computer and an external drive.  Available to CA and KP members only.


TUE. FEB 11 - IDENTITY THEFT SEMINAR BY HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
10:00 a.m. The Caper Room, Sun City Center Community Association Atrium, 945 N. Course Lane, Sun City Center, FL 33573. 
The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office is committed to serving, protecting, and defending the community and is continuing to do so by offering a monthly open forum on Economic Fraud and its growing trend with the advancement of technology. The presentations will include strategies for preventing fraud and resources available to victims.  If you have any questions or comments please contact Sun City Center Community Resource Deputy Jeff Merry at 813-242-5515


WED. FEB 11 - YOU'RE INVITD TO OUR SWEETHEART LUNCHEON!
11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Trinity Baptist Church, 702 Del Webb Blvd. W., Sun City Center, FL 33573. 
Presenters
Renea Noriega, BSN, Dir. Cardivascular Services - Heart Healthy Lifestyle
Umesh Gowda, MD - Advances in Cardiac Care
Angelove Moore, OTR/L Occupational Therapist – Options for Heart, Healthy Exercise
Lunch will be provided. Call 1-888-685-1595 to RSVP.


TUE. FEB 11 - LIFE CHALLENGES SUPPORT GROUP 
1:00 - 3:00 p.m. at Sun Towers Retirement Community, 101 Trinity Lakes Dr. Sun City Center. Live your life fully with zest and joy! Rid yourself of depression, anxiety, frustrations with family, children, friends, life changes, health problems, finances and more. Relief comes by sharing and receiving support and making a positive plan of action. All are welcome in complete confidence and free of charge. Cheryl Lewis facilitates this group and is an effective psychotherapist. We meet every Tuesday in the first floor lounge of Sun Towers. No appointment is necessary. Sponsored by the Coalition for Mental Health and Aging.


TUE. FEB 11 - IDENTITY THEFT SEMINAR BY HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
1:00 p.m. Ripple Room, Kings Point Community, 1900 Clubhouse Drive, Sun City Center, FL 33573
The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office is committed to serving, protecting, and defending the community and is continuing to do so by offering a monthly open forum on Economic Fraud and its growing trend with the advancement of technology. The presentations will include strategies for preventing fraud and resources available to victims.  If you have any questions or comments please contact Sun City Center Community Resource Deputy Jeff Merry at 813-242-5515


TUE. FEB 11 - SOUTH BAY HOSPITAL'S STROKE SUPPORT GROUP NOW AT SUN TOWERS!
1:30 p.m at Sun Towers Retirement Community, 101 Trinity Lakes Dr. Sun City Center. Amy Yepez, doctor of physical therapy (DPT) for Sun Terrace Health Care Center will facilitate this monthly group meeting. If you are at risk of a stroke or have had a stroke, this group is for you! FREE Valet service available at Sun Terrace entrance. Info: 813-892-2990


TUE. FEB 11 - VETERANS CORNER RADIO SHOW - HOST - BILL HODGES  
3:30 p.m. WSCO FM 96.3 SUN RADIO, SUN CITY CENTER FL. Guest: Julianne M Holt Judicial District 13 Public Defender. Ms. Holt with her 120+ asst. public defenders would have one of the largest law offices in Tampa if it were a private practice. Many of our veterans come into conflict with the law and when they do her office is there help them. She works seamlessly with our Veterans Court and provides excellent service to our comrades that have strayed. Listen in to hear her story. If you have no FM Radio or if you are out of our broadcast area, go to the station's web site on Tuesday and Thursday at 3:30 p.m. (www.WSCOFM.com) and click on "LISTEN LIVE"


TUE. FEB. 11, 18, 25  -  SOCIAL BALLROOM DANCE CLASSES 
Silver I - Waltz (4:00 pm), 
Intermediate II - Rumba (5:00 pm), 
Intermediate I - East Coast Swing (6:00 pm) , 
Beginning - Slow Dance (7:00 pm).
Classes are held at St. John the Divine Episcopal Church, 1015 East Del Webb Blvd., Sun City Center. Classes are open to everyone. Couples and Singles welcome. $8/per class.  For information call Bernice DuBro at 634-3205 or Cell 813-482-6784. 


WED. FEB 12 –  KINDLE 101
9:00 – 10:30 a.m. in the Computer Lab $5 Members   $10 Non-Members. This is an introduction to Kindle’s main features, how to use them and how to get the most out of them.  How to borrow ebooks from the public library will also be covered.  Available to CA and KP members only. 


WED. FEB 12 - VIRTUAL DEMENTIA TOUR "YOUR WINDOW INTO THEIR WORLD"
10:00 a.m. at Sun Towers Retirement Community 101 Trinity Lakes Dr. Sun City Center. Walk a Mile in the Shoes of a Person Living with Dementia. Created by P.K. Beville, a specialist in geriatrics, this experience is designed to instill hope in professional and family caregivers, providing them with a tool to move from sympathy to empathy and to better understand the behaviors and needs of their loved ones and patients. Tours provided by Senior Helpers. FREE event but RSVP is required to 813-634-3347


WED. FEB 12 - DIABETES EDUCATION SUPPORT GROUP  
10:00 a.m. at Sun Towers Retirement Community, 101 Trinity Lakes Dr. Sun City Center. Sponsored by the Men’s Club of SCC. Have you been given the diagnosis of Diabetes? Are you unsure of your dietary and physical future? Discover options and learn information that will prepare you for a healthy future! Take a holistic approach to your Diabetes!  Join our facilitator: Shirley Sullivan, Nutritionist and Founder of Southshore Wellness, LLC. Who integrates her love of education and health through personalized nutritional workshops and programs.  Questions? Call 813-892-2990


WED. FEB 12 – METAPHYSICAL SOCIETY PRESENTATION
10:00 a.m. in the Atrium’s Heritage Room, Central Campus “What Are the Akashic Records?”, well known Colorado speaker and teacher, Shamanic practitioner and Reiki Master. Learn how to retrieve your personal information and how it can help you in your daily life. Metaphysical Society Fund Raiser. Entry fee is $1.00 with additional love offering to benefit our society. Bring your Community ID card. For info call 813 398-7033


WED. FEB 12 - HEARING LOSS, HEARING AIDS, AND HOW HEARING LOOPS CAN HELP YOU HEAR
1:00 p.m. Sun City Center Security Patrol, 1225 N Pebble Beach Blvd, Sun City Center for this Educational Hearing Loss Meeting. Live with Hearing Loss? You Are Not Alone • Visitors Welcome
A talk by Audiologist, Dr. Juliëtte Sterkens
• Why people with hearing loss say they can hear, but can’t understand
• How to buy and get the most out of hearing aids (you already own)
• How hearing loops help you hear better in large public places
Dr. Juliëtte Sterkens, Speaker with the Hearing Loss Association of America Hearing Loop Advocate Academy of Audiology Presidential Award 2011. Wisconsin Audiologist of the Year 2011 HLAA Technology Access Award 2011. For more info: contact Eloise Schwarz eloise6376@gmail.com (414) 807-4373


WED. FEB 12 - FRONT PORCH PICKERS - LIVE MUSIC! Every Wednesday!
2:00 - 4:00 p.m. in the Rollins Theatre, 970 Cherry Hills Drive, SunCity Center, to play country, bluegrass, traditional and gospel music.  Acoustic guitar, banjo, mandolin, fiddle, ukulele, dobro and bass players are welcome to join the group that can number up to 45 musicians playing during the winter months.  Audience members are invited to listen and enjoy the music every Wednesday afternoon and it is free.  For additional information contact president, David Lickfeldt, 813-833-8719 or secretary, Bonnie Mullen 813-634-2397.


WED. FEB. 12 - EMERGENCY SQUAD HOSTS "NEIGHBORS HELPING NEIGHBORS" INFORMATION MEETING ON VOLUnTEERING
6:00 p.m. on the second Wednesday of each month as an Information Meeting for prospective volunteers.  The meeting will take place at the Training Building at 124 S. Pebble Beach. With this meeting, we invite interested residents to find out more about the Squad and the volunteer opportunities we have available.  The Squad is always looking for volunteers who want to become Dispatchers, Emergency Medical Responders, Ambulance Drivers and Emergency Medical Technicians. Other volunteer positions the Squad has available include IT specialists, vehicle maintenance volunteers, cooks and front desk receptionists.  Each year the Squad provides Basic Life Support (BLS) emergency services to the community. In 2014, the Squad made almost 5000 ambulance runs and approximately 2000 medical wheelchair van runs. All of the Squad’s services are free, including blood pressures that are offered daily at the office from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Volunteers are the lifeblood of our community. Please consider visiting with us and learning more about how we are “Neighbors Helping Neighbors.”  Light refreshments will be served.


THU. FEB 13 - PRINCE OF PEACE CATHOLIC CHURCH HOSTING A PRE-LENTEN MINI RETREAT FOR WOMEN
Starting with 8:00 a.m. Mass in the church at 702 Valley Forge Blvd, Sun City Center, FL 33573, followed by a light continental breakfast/speaker in the Conesa Center and concluding by 12:00 noon. Speaker:  Sr. Cathy Cahill, OSF.  Sister is a Franciscan Sister of Allegany with over 30 years experience leading retreats.  She enjoys being with people on retreat as they open themselves to God’s blessings. After a career in elementary education as a teacher, then administrator, Sister Cathy trained as an alcoholism counselor at Lutheran General Hospital in Chicago. This led eventually to retreat ministry. For 23 years she served as director of a retreat center. Presently retreat work and spiritual direction are her main ministry as she travels widely to spread the joy found in a relationship with the God who wants a relationship with us. 


THU. FEB 13 - VETERANS CORNER RADIO SHOW - HOST- BILL HODGES 
3:30 p.m. WSCO FM 96.3 SUN RADIO, SUN CITY CENTER FL. Guest: Dr. Charles Slonim Chief of Ophthalmology James A Haley VA Hospital. Dr. Slonim as Chief of Ophthalmology at James A Haley Veterans Hospital is responsible for one of the largest and busiest optical centers in the world. In this program he gives us an overview of some of the things they offer along with recent changes that have added to the effectiveness of this great facility. Next month he will speak on eye disease, you will not want to miss either program.  If you have no FM Radio or if you are out of our broadcast area, go to the station's web site on Tuesday and Thursday at 3:30 p.m. (www.WSCOFM.com) and click on "LISTEN LIVE"


THU. FEB 13 - TOMMY MARA AND THE CREST AT KINGS POINT!
7:30 p.m. Kings Point Veterans Theatre: Tommy Mara has a very loyal group of fans. People are drawn to his passion for the music he sings. He has a reputation for being a powerful singer and for having an incredible stage presence. And truly, his voice is a force to be reckoned with. His dedication to his craft has earned him the respect of so many in the business. Tommy has been referred to as the Pavarotti of Doo Wop and is now known as “The Meatloaf of Doo Wop”. Tickets $27.50 or pick four for $99
                   
FRI. FEB 14 and SAT. FEB 15 - THE YARD SALE OF YARD SALES!
8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. You’re invited to shop until you drop at our Yard Sale of All Yard Sales at 1501 N. Pebble Beach, Sun City Center to Benefit Cat Lovers Club of SCC. Mark your calendar and share this fun event with your family, friends, co-workers, neighbors, clubs and church family.  100% of the proceeds will benefit “Feed the Tuna Chest” to purchase much needed cat food and kitty litter.  Help make this event a “purrfect” success!


FRI. FEB 14 - SLOW SPEED NETWORKING!
8:00 - 9:00 a.m. at the Firehouse Cultural Center, 101 1st Street NE. Ruskin, Fl. This FREE networking event is looking for you! Plan to build new business with this established group of Professionals who understand the value of referrals! Bring plenty of business cards to share and meet great folks from the south county business area! Call 813-892-2990 with questions. 


FRI. FEB 14 - LET'S DANCE BALLROOM DANCE CLUB 
5:30 - 9:00 p.m.,  We will enjoy a Valentine's Day dinner starting at 6:00 p.m. presented by Orange Blossom Catering, followed by a dance from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.. This fabulous dance is presented by the Let's Dance Ballroom Dance Club, in the South Community Hall, 1910 So. Pebble Beach Blvd., SCC, 33573.  Dance to fabulous music spun by Mike and Peg Johnston. Dressy casual attire, or you may dress in your Valentine finery.  NO shorts!  BYOB. Cookies, water and coffee will be available.  Bring your friends, or come and make new friends. There is open seating and singles tables. Members are free. Guests who have a Guest Pass for February 14th or an Activity Fee card from the SCCCA are $6pp at the door.  Membership applications for 2020 will be available.  There will NOT be Guest Passes available for sale at the dance; call or email tdhart123@gmail.com for details. For additional information: call Bill Dean @ 813-331-3536 or Tom Hart @ 810-923-8446. 
 
SAT. FEB 15 - HEARING TECH EXPO - LEARN TO HEAR ALL YOU CAN at Florida's BIGGEST HEARING EXHIBITION!
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. at Manatee Technical College 6305 State Road 70, Bradenton, FL. Discover 100 New Ways to Improve Your Hearing!  Free Trials of New Technologies including 1) try and compare Hearing aids, 2) wireless accessories & ALDs, 3) Loop, Movie Captions and CART.  Over 50 Exhibitors including 1) Hearing aids, Implants, Accessories, 2) Free Amplified and Captioned Phones, 3) Free Support Groups and Programs. 
10 Workshops including 
1) Learn about the Latest Devices 
2) User Panels Share Their Experiences 
3) Expert Speakers Simplify Technology 
Something for Everyone including 
1) Adult and Pediatric Programs 
2) Free Hearing Screenings  
3) Free Consultations w/Audiologist  
4) Custom Guided Tours  
5) Hispanic Access Provided  
6) Free Admission & Access to Expo  
Hosted by the HLAA Sarasota/Manatee Chapter. For consumer info, contact info@hlas.org For exhibitor/sponsor info, contact expo@hlas.org 
 
SUN. FEB 16 - SUNDAY BRUNCHES AT SOUTH BAY!
10:00 - 2:00 p.m. South Bay Hospital Cafeteria 4016 Sun City Center Blvd. Sun City Center, FL 33573. Our Food and Nutrition Services team at the South Bay Hospital Café at the Bay will now be offering a new special Sunday Brunch service EVERY SUNDAY which will include one breakfast or lunch entrée, two sides, biscuit/roll, and a fountain drink all for $6. Coffee is complimentary. The cafeteria will close a little early on Sundays at 9am in order to accommodate this special offering for the community. We hope you can take advantage of this new service. Stay tuned for occasional themed offerings!


SUN. FEB. 16 - SCCCA PRESENTS CHICAGO TRIBUTE BAND  
2:30 p.m. at Community Hall, 1910 S. Pebble Beach Blvd. Sun City Center.  Chicago ReWired, The Premier Chicago Tribute Band is a tribute to “Chicago®” – one the longest running and most successful pop/rock groups in history with record sales topping 100,000,000 including 21 top 10 singles, 5 consecutive number one albums, 11 number one singles, and 5 gold singles. The band comprises a unique blend of talented and seasoned musicians joining forces with the common goal of accurately replicating the timeless music of "Chicago®" – the soundtrack to great memories for so many people. (Note: Chicago ReWired replaces "Beginnings", who was originally scheduled but cancelled due to a death of a band member.)  The show is scheduled for Sunday Feb. 16th at 2:30 PM at Community Hall at 1910 S. Pebble Beach Blvd.  Tickets are $20 and available at the Atrium Kiosk off N. Course Drive, M-W-F from 10 AM to Noon and at the door. 
                                                                                                                                                                                                  
SUN. FEB.16 - SINGLES SOCIAL DANCE CLUB
6:30 - 9:30 p.m. in the Atrium Bldg., Florida Room, 945 North Course Lane. Live music provided by Thor Stevens and his saxophone. Dressy Casual attire requested. Members $4.00; CA Guests $6; Kings Point & Outside Guests $4.00 with Guest Pass (must be purchased in advance for $2.00 with a CA resident). BYOB and snacks. Ice, water, cups and napkins provided.  Info: Judy 425-214-3996 or email judypaddock@gmail.com


MON. FEB 17 - CAMPAIGN AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING - SOUTHSHORE
Social time is at 12:30 p.m. and the meeting begins at 1:00 p.m. at the United Methodist Church, room 30, 1210 W. Del Webb Blvd, Sun City Center, FL.  Campaign Against Human Trafficking-SouthShore (CAHT) will host at their February 17th general meeting, John Long, Program Director of the safe home for boys at the US Institute Against Human Trafficking (USIAHT), Tampa, Florida.  USIAHT has one of the few safe homes for boys who are victims of sex trafficking in the U.S.  The home offers a trauma-base care approach, developed as a six month or longer program for boys under the age of 18.  CAHT is a donor and supporter of this unique safe home for boys. Mr. Long’s presentation will share some of the difficulties in finding human trafficked boy victims as well as the recovery module they use.   This is a free service that CAHT provides our community in their efforts to improve public awareness and education prevention about human trafficking and domestic violence scenarios.  For more information contact, President Annie Garrison, 813-938-5660 or anngarrison66@gmail.com


MON. FEB 17 - PARKINSON'S SUPPORT GROUP OF SUN CITY CENTER - MADE POSSIBLE BY SUPPORT FROM THE MEN'S CLUB OF SCC
1:30 - 3:30 p.m. at Sun Towers Retirement Community 101 Trinity Lakes Drive. This month our presenter will be Karen Heide, LMT, CLT with The Stretch Effect. Karen is trained in Manual Lymphatic Drainage and Therapeutic Stretching. Her passion is working with adults with progressive neurological disorders. She uses a very gentle healing modality called Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST) combined with MLD. With FST, slow light movements with the limbs using gentle circumduction and oscillation or rocking side to side are incorporated within the gentle stretches. This synergetic approach directly works on systemic inflammation and the Central Nervous System, putting the client in a calm, relaxed, parasympathetic state. In doing so, facilitated stretching is performed to increase circulation, range of motion and flexibility to address muscle rigidity, tremors, and pain within the client's body, particularly beneficial to those with Parkinson's Disease. Shari Leiterman, Wellness Strategist will be bringing resources for a more vivacious lifestyle. With Holistic Wellness Solutions, Shari is a Plant Based Chef, Coach with Specialized Foods and offers Vegan Consultation. Shari works with clients of all ages and health challenges, taking a Holistic synergistic approach to bringing balance, nutrition and fitness for individuals and groups. Jennipher Lenoir, COTA with Sun Towers Outpatient Therapy Department will be available to address questions and concerns. With the influx of many newly diagnosed group members, the request for seasoned members to assist is needed and appreciated! If you have had success with any treatment you have tried, please come to share! If you have Parkinson’s, or are caring for someone with this disease, be sure to attend this support group! COMPLIMENTARY VALET PARKING AVAILABLE AT ENTRANCE For additional info, call Debbie Caneen 813-892-2990


MON. FEB 17 - THE KINGS POINT SINGLES MINGLE DANCE
6:30 - 9:30 p.m. in the Kings Point Banquet Room (1900 Clubhouse Dr., Sun City Center, Fl., 33573) in the north clubhouse. The admission is $5.00. The dance is BYOB. Come listen to the music of DJ Bobalu's DJ Sounds. If you live outside Kings Point, please call Dottie Beyer at 813-812-6972 (home) to have your name added to the gate list. NOTE: THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT. 


MON. FEB 17 -  BEST OF BROADWAY
7:00 p.m. Join the South Shore Concert Band as they gather for an evening of Broadway Music at the United Methodist Church, 1210 Del Webb Blvd W, in Sun City Center. The concert is open to the public and a $5 ticket will be available at the door.  The performance entitled “The Best of Broadway” will feature selections from the Jersey Boys, Jesus Christ Superstar, Lion King, Man of La Mancha, and Westside Story.  You can preview the sound of our 63 member ensemble at www.southshoreconcertband.org.


TUE. FEB 18 – TUNING YOUR PC WORKSHOP
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon in the Computer Lab $20 Members   $25 Non-Members. Is your Windows 10 PC or laptop running slow, long boot times, do you wait forever for web pages to come up? This workshop will teach you how to remove spyware, viruses, browser add-ons, bad registry entries, junk files, and other problems that slow down your system. You will work on your own computer and be able to see the results immediately.  Available to CA and KP members only.


TUE. FEB 18 - TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL RUMMAGE SALE
9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at 1115 Dell Webb Blvd E. Sun City Center. Temple Beth Israel of Sun City Center will be having a Rummage Sale. All are welcome.


TUE. FEB 18 - FREE MEMORY SCREENINGS PROVIDED BY SOUTHSHORE COALITION FOR MENTAL HEALTH AND AGING AND FUNDED BY THE INTERFAITH COUNCIL IN PARNTERSHIP WITH USF HEALTH BYRD ALZHEIMER'S INSTITUTE AND A+ HEARING
Beginning at 10:00 a.m. in the Coalition office at Sun Towers, 101 Trinity Lakes Drive, Sun City Center, Suite 254 and also offered at the United Methodist Church by appointment. Did you know a vitamin deficiency can exhibit the same symptom as dementia? With annual memory screenings, you will be able to identify a decline in memory in order to address it and hopefully reverse it altogether which is the goal of the Coalition! Maintaining good brain health begins with a simple screening to establish a baseline score. This score is then utilized annually to determine if a loss is present to trigger a medical visit before valuable memory is lost forever. In addition, a recent study found that treating hearing loss with hearing aids may reduce the incidence of cognitive decline. Make your appointment today to have your memory screened along with your hearing. By appointment only. To schedule, call the Coalition at 813-419-4902 Interested in learning more about Clinical? Receive information during the screening to learn more.


TUE. FEB 18 - SOUTH BAY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY MEETS
10:30 a.m. at the United Methodist Church in the Life Enrichment Center (LEC), 1210 W Del Webb Blvd, Sun City Center.  We begin with a Round Table Discussion.  That will be followed by a sit-down luncheon at noon, and then the main presentation by our guest speaker at 1:00 p.m.  This month’s speaker will be Debbie Hagner.  She will be talking about the importance of using maps in genealogical research. The cost is $15.00 per person for lunch.  Please include your choice of 3 meals offered:  Hawaiian Chicken, Glutten Free, or Vegetarian (stuffed bake potato).  For reservations and information, call Sheila at (319) 631-4457.  Mail check to SBGS, PO Box 5202, Sun City Center, FL 33571.  Your check must be received by February 6th, 2020.  


TUE. FEB 18 - IDENTITY THEFT SEMINAR BY HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
11:00 a.m. Freedom Auditorium, Freedom Plaza, 1010 American Eagle Blvd, Sun City Center, FL 33573. (Reoccurs the third Tuesday of each Month)
The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office is committed to serving, protecting, and defending the community and is continuing to do so by offering a monthly open forum on Economic Fraud and its growing trend with the advancement of technology. The presentations will include strategies for preventing fraud and resources available to victims.  If you have any questions or comments please contact Sun City Center Community Resource Deputy Jeff Merry at 813-242-5515


TUE. FEB 18 - LIFE CHALLENGES SUPPORT GROUP 
1:00 - 3:00 p.m. at Sun Towers Retirement Community, 101 Trinity Lakes Dr. Sun City Center. Live your life fully with zest and joy! Rid yourself of depression, anxiety, frustrations with family, children, friends, life changes, health problems, finances and more. Relief comes by sharing and receiving support and making a positive plan of action. All are welcome in complete confidence and free of charge. Cheryl Lewis facilitates this group and is an effective psychotherapist. We meet every Tuesday in the first floor lounge of Sun Towers. No appointment is necessary. Sponsored by the Coalition for Mental Health and Aging.


TUE. FEB 18 - ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP
2:00 - 3:30 p.m. at Sun Towers Retirement Community, 101 Trinity Lakes Drive, Sun City Center for this  Alzheimer’s Association Caregiver Support Group. Bring your loved one for a well-deserved break. Facilitated by Aging Care Advocates. You will receive information while your loved one is cared for in our Secured Memory Care. Please RSVP no less than 3 days prior to 813-677-1400.


TUE. FEB 18  - VETERANS CORNER RADIO SHOW - HOST - BILL HODGES 
3:30 p.m. WSCO FM 96.3 SUN RADIO, SUN CITY CENTER FL. Guest:  Walter Raysick, President of Veterans Council Hillsborough County. Walter Raysick is a mainstay in the county’s veteran community, and even beyond. He has been a prime mover in the development of one of the finest veteran's parks in the country. Listen in to hear Walt talk about the variety of programs you can access at the Veterans Park. If you have no FM Radio or if you are out of our broadcast area, go to the station's web site on Tuesday and Thursday at 3:30 p.m. (www.WSCOFM.com) and click on "LISTEN LIVE"  


TUE. FEB. 18, 25  -  SOCIAL BALLROOM DANCE CLASSES 
Silver I - Waltz (4:00 pm), 
Intermediate II - Rumba (5:00 pm), 
Intermediate I - East Coast Swing (6:00 pm) , 
Beginning - Slow Dance (7:00 pm).
Classes are held at St. John the Divine Episcopal Church, 1015 East Del Webb Blvd., Sun City Center. Classes are open to everyone. Couples and Singles welcome. $8/per class.  For information call Bernice DuBro at 634-3205 or Cell 813-482-6784. 


TUE. FEB 18- THREE DOG NIGHT AT KINGS POINT!
7:30 p.m. Kings Point Veterans Theatre: Three Dog Night ruled the airways between 1969 and 1975, with 21 consecutive Top 40 hits, seven going gold. This is not just a tribute to the iconic band but rather an engaging and exciting concert experience that will have audiences feeling like they are spending an evening with Three Dog Night as never before. Tickets $27.50 or pick four for $99


WED. FEB 19 - KINGS POINT SPORTSMAN'S CLUB MEETING
3:00 p.m. in Kings Point in the North Clubhouse Theater.  The Club is a not-for-profit club dedicated to promoting shooting sports, including pistol, rifle, hunting and wildlife conservation.  The Club was formed in 2010 and we now have over 500 members and average over 100 people attending monthly meetings.  We shoot pistol, rifle & Sporting Clays at various local ranges.  The club meets on the third Wednesday of every month at 3:00 PM in the Kings Point Main Clubhouse, in the Theater.  We have guest speakers at most meetings that present information on a wide variety of topics.  Refreshments are served and members have the opportunity to win door prizes at all meetings.  Club membership is open to all residents of Sun City Center.  We have membership applications on hand and the annual dues are $7.00.  We have a 30 page website that can be viewed by clicking the link below: Kingspointsportsmansclub.com  Annual dues are seven dollars per year and the club is open for membership to all residents of Sun City Center.  Email us at: kingspointsportsmansclub@gmail.com for more information.


WED. FEB 19 – BUYING A COMPUTER 
9:00 – 11:00 a.m. in the Computer Lab $5 Members   $10 Non-Members. This mini-class covers the decision of whether or not you need a new PC, the minimum hardware you should buy, the pros and cons of various hardware choices, and information on PC components.  Available to CA and KP members only.


WED.  FEB. 19  - PRESENTATION ON THE HOPE FUND
10:00 a.m. at Redeemer Lutheran Church, 701 Valley Forge Blvd., SCC.  Carla Miles, founder and president of the Hope Fund, will provide a presentation on the program. The Hope Fund is a nonprofit organization organization run entirely by volunteers dedicated to helping Wimauma school children learn, grow, and have fun in a safe and nurturing environment.  Join us to hear about a program benefiting youth.  For more information, call the church office at 813-634-1292.  


WED. FEB 19 - METAPHYSICAL SOCIETY PRESENTATION
10:00 a.m. in the Atrium’s Heritage Room, Central Campus “Power of the I AM Presence” will be presented by Molly Friedenfeld, who illuminates the way for other souls to discover their inner wisdom and brilliance. She will share the importance of the Discourses by St. Germain. Metaphysical Society Fund Raiser. Entry fee is $1.00 with additional love offering to benefit our society. Bring your Community ID card. For info call 813 398-7033


WED. FEB 19 - COMPREHENSIVE HEALTHCARE INC PRESENTS PROGRAM ON REGENERATIVE MEDICINE
10:30 a.m. at the Methodist Church, Del Web, SCC. Why am I excited about this? Stem cells have changed my life! Not only me, but about another dozen or so people and maybe many more from SCC feel the same way. Come and hear our stories and hear the latest on Regenerative Medicine. This presentation is being sponsored by the United Methodist Church Health Ministry who will be providing lunch. Education impacts everything we do!  It’s not every day that a challenging medical situation changes the focus of one’s career, but that’s exactly what happened, when James Epolito suffered spinal degeneration that led to debilitating sciatica pain. After seeking medical attention, an orthopedic surgeon/neurosurgeon/spine specialist recommended a spinal fusion. As James was only 32, a former tennis athlete and competitive runner, it was important for him to get a second opinion. This led him to learning more about diverse treatments and selecting regenerative medicine as the best solution. The result: An Integrative Medical Team corrected his issue naturally, without surgery, or even medication! And, James is running and competing again! Today, James is Director of Research and Development with Comprehensive Healthcare (CHC). He works with a team of physicians focused on changing people’s lives from around the world. 


WED. FEB 19 - LOW VISION SUPPORT GROUP - SPONSORED BY THE SUN CITY CENTER MEN'S CLUB 
1:30 - 2:30 p.m. at Sun Towers Retirement Community 101 Trinity Lakes Drive. Do you wonder how others with Low Vision advance through their day? Do they receive care from outside sources? What adaptive vision devices successfully assist them? Each need is different but if we gather to share our resources, we all benefit! Attend this support group where challenges are met with resources and where members inspire others with their successes. Samantha Miller, RCSWI Social Worker for the Tampa Lighthouse for the Blind will also be on hand. The Tampa Lighthouse for the Blind, serving people who are blind or visually impaired since 1940. Learn what assistance there may be for you if you have low vision in order to maintain your independence. Learn what assistance there may be for you if you have low vision in order to maintain your independence. FREE VALET PARKING for Cars and Golf Carts. If you have low vision, then this meeting is for you!  For more info call Debbie Caneen 813-892-2990


WED. FEB 19 - SCANDINAVIAN CLUB- FEBRUARY MEETING
2:00 p.m. in the SCC SANDPIPER ROOM.  A video will be shown in Norwegian with English subtitles.  This is a follow-on to last meeting’s “Siblings are Forever”, where the 70+-year-old brother/sister farmers now take a trip to visit relatives in America.  Club members are free - guests are welcome at $3 each.  Club membership is open to all Sun City Center Association members in good standing.  We always welcome new members with Scandinavian ancestry or just an interest in Scandinavia.  Kings Point residents and others are encouraged, but require an SCCCA guest pass.  Music will be provided by member Larry Lundeen.  Refreshments will be served.


WED. FEB 19 - FRONT PORCH PICKERS - LIVE MUSIC! Every Wednesday!
2:00 - 4:00 p.m. in the Rollins Theatre, 970 Cherry Hills Drive, SunCity Center, to play country, bluegrass, traditional and gospel music.  Acoustic guitar, banjo, mandolin, fiddle, ukulele, dobro and bass players are welcome to join the group that can number up to 45 musicians playing during the winter months.  Audience members are invited to listen and enjoy the music every Wednesday afternoon and it is free.  For additional information contact president, David Lickfeldt, 813-833-8719 or secretary, Bonnie Mullen 813-634-2397.


WED. FEB 19 - THE KINGS POINT LINE DANCERS VALENTINE'S SOCIAL DANCE
7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Veterans Theater.    Free for KP and SCC residents, other guests please purchase a pass from Security $2.50.   Wear your red and white, maybe hearts too.   Appropriate dance shoes please.   Tip for DJ is appreciated.   For more info call Jan 634-6226.


THU. FEB 20 - SIDE BY SIDE STAMPERS GENTLY USED SALE
9:00 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall of Trinity Baptist Church. Side By Side Stampers, who meet weekly at Trinity Baptist Church, is having a sale of our gently used supplies which includes, stamps, dies, folders, paper, inks and trims. You'll want to come early for a great selection. Lots to chose from!!


THU. FEB 20 - SCC WOMAN'S CLUB FEBRUARY MEETING
11:00 a.m. in Community Hall on South Pebble Beach Boulevard for check-in and meet and greet time. Catered lunch and program beginning at 11:30 a.m. Since February is American Heart Month, Renea Noriega of South Bay Hospital will talk about Cardiac Disease in Women.  In honor of the program, red is the optional dress theme.  SCC Woman’s Club is a nonprofit organization that strives to enrich the lives of its members and the community through educational activities and charitable services.  Please visit the website: https://sccwomansclub.org for more information about the club and how to become a member.  All are welcome to join since the club is part of a national organization.  Linda Raymond is the Membership Chairperson and she can be contacted at sumrluv21@aol.com or call 813-331-3108.


THU. FEB 20 - VETERANS CORNER RADIO SHOW - HOST- BILL HODGES 
3:30 p.m. WSCO FM 96.3 SUN RADIO, SUN CITY CENTER FL. Guest : Charlie Brown, Valencia Lakes Veterans club. Transportation to the new SOHI clinic in Riverview. Valencia Lakes may not have the most veterans but certainly they have some that are extremely active and contribute much to our South Shore community. They are now offering rides to our South Shore veterans to the SOHI clinic and you can learn all about it by listening to this broadcast.  If you have no FM Radio or if you are out of our broadcast area, go to the station's web  site on Tuesday and Thursday at 3:30 p.m. (www.WSCOFM.com) and click on "LISTEN LIVE"


THU. FEB 20 - PROJECT TRIO AT THE FIREHOUSE CULTURAL CENTER! 
7:30 – 9:30 p.m. Location: Firehouse Cultural Center, Event type: Firehouse Pub. PROJECT Trio is a passionate, high energy chamber music ensemble comprised of three virtuosic composer/performers from Brooklyn, NY. Blending their classical training with an eclectic taste in musical styles, PROJECT Trio has made an impact on audiences of all ages. Bursting onto the scene with their landmark videos, right out of the internet generation, PROJECT Trio is a musical experience defining a new level of entertainment!  PROJECT Trio is a musical experience not to be missed… Book your tickets now!  Space is limited. Reservations recommended.  Become a FCC Member and SAVE!  Firehouse Pub seating is communal, which means you may have other guests at your table. As a courtesy to the artists we recommend arriving no later than thirty minutes before show time. Reservations are made when tickets are purchased. Tickets are non-refundable.  Cash Bar & Refreshments available. No outside food or beverages allowed.  


FRI. FEB 21 - SLOW SPEED NETWORKING!
8:00 - 9:00 a.m. at the Firehouse Cultural Center, 101 1st Street NE. Ruskin, Fl. This FREE networking event is looking for you! Plan to build new business with this established group of Professionals who understand the value of referrals! Bring plenty of business cards to share and meet great folks from the south county business area! Call 813-892-2990 with questions. 


FRI. FEB 21 – PUBLISH YOUR MEMOIR OR OTHER WRITINGS
10:30 a.m. – 12:00 noon in the Computer Lab $5 Members   $10 Non-Members. Publish your memoir, poetry, recipes, or any other original writing and distribute it to family and friends.  You’ll learn the essentials of creating a book, including basic design and illustrating.  These techniques will be demonstrated using Microsoft Word.  Available to CA and KP members only.


FRI. FEB 21 - NASHVILLE HALL OF FAME LEGENDS RETURNING TO UNITED METHODIST CHURCH IN SUN CITY CENTER
7:00 p.m. at The United Methodist Church of Sun City Center, 1210 Del Webb Blvd. West, welcomes Nashville Music Hall of Famer and legend, Charlie McCoy, International Gospel Hall of Fame legend Rich Kiser, along with Jason Coleman, concert pianist and grandson of legendary pianist Floyd Cramer. All three will return to the stage in the Church’s sanctuary. Charlie McCoy is well known in music circles as Nashville’s most prolific studio session musician. He’s a Grammy-Award winning artist who has literally played most every musical instrument on thousands of sessions and recordings with the biggest names in the world of country and rock music. He is perhaps best known by the public as the musical director for the smash hit television show, Hee Haw, for many years. He is an inductee of the Country Music Hall of Fame, The West Virginia Music Hall of Fame, the International Musicians Hall of Fame and in 2016 was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Musical Arts degree by West Virginia University.  Rich Kiser has won over 70 major awards during his music career, including Country Gospel Music Association’s “Artist of the Year” Award (3 times), the International Country Gospel Music Association’s “Instrumentalist of the Decade” Award and was inducted into the Country Gospel Music Association’s Hall of Fame in Branson, Missouri in 2009. Jason Coleman is a gifted concert pianist in his own right and has given a rebirth to the “slip note” piano style of his legendary grandfather, Floyd Cramer.  Tickets can be purchased for a $5 discount in advance for $15 at the United Methodist Church main office from 8:30a.m until 4:00p.m. Monday  through Thursday, or 8:30a.m.until noon on Fridays prior to the Feb 21 concert. Admission at the door on the night of the concert will be $20. For additional information about this and other concerts and recitals at the United Methodist Church of Sun City Center, please contact Kevin Goodenow, Concert Series Coordinator, at 813-362-0956.  To learn more about the United Methodist Church of Sun City Center, please visit our website at www.sccumc.com


FRI. FEB 21 - JACK EDISON BAND BLUES & JASS CONCERT AT ST. JOHN DIVINE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
7:00 p.m., at St. John Divine. The Jack Edison band presents, Rebirth of the Blues XI and Big Band Era Jazz, with soloists Lisa Velasco and The Northern Transfer Group,  The band’s tune list includes, “Take the ‘A’ Train,” “Satin Doll,” handled in high-scat fashion by vocalist Lisa Velasco, “New York, New York,” “Love,” and other jazz and blues favorites.   $10 tickets are available online at www.stjohndivine.com/events, also at the St. John Divine box office Sundays, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., and at the door prior to the performance, if available.  Harry Stanton, who heads The South Shore Brass, is the concert’s narrator. The Edison band members are Ken Easton, trumpet, Neil Theriault, tenor sax, Dave Evans, baritone sax, Dave Wolf, drums, Dave Brown, bass, Gary Tatlock, piano and Jack Edison, trombone.  One big band musician, hearing the Edison band for the first time, exclaimed, “Amazing, how seven guys sound like seventeen.”


FRI. FEB 21 - COMEDY NIGHT: G. DAVID HOWARD & QUINTON GREENE AT THE FIREHOUSE!
7:30 – 9:30 p.m. Location: Firehouse Cultural Center. Event type: Firehouse Pub. Headliner G. David Howard returns to the Firehouse! Featuring Quinton Greene! G. David Howard is a comedic legend, a world record holding funnyman, a published author, radio show host, singer/songwriter and hilarious entertainer. For over 40 years he has made audiences laugh until their faces hurt, from Vegas, Atlantic City to Florida’s west coast comedy scene.  From Quinton Greene‘s website: “Well, for starters I’m funny… but well-grounded about it! I pride myself on being the kind of guy that anyone can relate to. My stage presence is commanding in a very likable and comforting way. This is due in part to my Southern upbringing.” Come on out to the Firehouse and these two great comedians will entertain the crowd and bring the laughs! Book your tickets now! Space is limited. Reservations recommended. Become a FCC Member and SAVE! Firehouse Pub seating is communal, which means you may have other guests at your table. As a courtesy to the artists we recommend arriving no later than 30 minutes before show time. Cash bar & refreshments available. No outside food or beverages allowed.  Online booking is available up to 2 hours before showtime. After that, tickets may be purchased at the Firehouse, 813-645-7651. Reservations are made when tickets are purchased. 


SAT. FEB 22 - GOLF TOURNAMENT TO SUPPORT YOUTH GROUP OF THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
8:00 a.m. Coffee/Pastry, Shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. Freedom Fairways Golf Course. Use of your own golf cart is encouraged, but carts will be available. Cost is $40 per person/$160 per team. Format: 4 person Scramble. Groupings: All men/All women, 4somes & mixed men/women 4somes. After the tournament, lunch will be provided at the United Methodist Church. Many other fun chances to win prizes.  Applications available at the Church Office or from the following: Questions:  Call Bill Turner at 813-634-2539, Bob Harris at 813-633-4738, or Jay and Linda Heinen 716-472-3618 or  716-472-3617.


SAT. FEB 22 – SCC POLISH HERITAGE CLUB'S PACZKI BALL FUNDRAISER
6:00 - 9:00 p.m. the in the Florida Room, 945-D in the Atrium Building.  Fundraiser Admission:  $10 Members and $12 nonmembers:  includes Coffee/Tea and one Paczki (a Polish jelly donut).  BYO beverage of choice and table snacks.  All are welcome to join in the revelry before the Lenten fast.  Wear your dancing shoes, as the popular live band The Northern Sounds will be featuring your favorite tunes.  Business casual to semi-formal attire suggested.  All SCCCA residents, Polish or “wantabe” Polish, are invited to join our popular, sociable fun Club!  Annual Dues are $5.00 per person. For info or tickets, please call:  Lorraine at 813 677-0026 or Wanda (SCC) at 813 633-0016 or Mike (Kings Point) at 813 938-3856.


SUN. FEB 23 - UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF SUN CITY CENTER HOSTING AN ORGAN AND BRASS CONCERT 
3:00 p.m. at The United Methodist Church of Sun City Center, 1210 Del Webb Blvd. West, where we welcome the public for a Sunday afternoon organ and brass concert. Keith Rasmussen, the church’s own virtuoso organist, will be performing some solo pieces, including Toccata (Frescobaldi/Marlatt) and Chorale in A Minor (Franck), among others. He will also accompany a brass quintet, under the direction of Jeff Jordan, the church’s Worship Arts Director. Selections that will be played jointly include Grand Choeur (Dubois/Brockman) and Procession of Nobles (Rimsky/Korsakov/Curnow), as well as other selections. United Methodist Church of Sun City Center is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2020, and will be bringing a number of concerts and events for the community to enjoy during the year. The church is also in the midst of sharing its new (Sep 2018) Rodgers Infinity organ with the community.  A donation of only $10  is requested at the door on the day of the concert.  For additional information about this and other concerts and recitals at the United Methodist Church of Sun City Center, please contact Kevin Goodenow, Concert Series Coordinator, at 813-362-0956.  To learn more about the United Methodist Church of Sun City Center, please visit our website at www.sccumc.com


SUN. FEB.23 - SINGLES SOCIAL DANCE CLUB
6:30 - 9:30 p.m. in the Atrium Bldg., Florida Room, 945 North Course Lane. Live music provided by Thor Stevens and his saxophone. Dressy Casual attire requested. Members $4.00; CA Guests $6; Kings Point & Outside Guests $4.00 with Guest Pass (must be purchased in advance for $2.00 with a CA resident). BYOB and snacks. Ice, water, cups and napkins provided.  Info: Judy 425-214-3996 or email judypaddock@gmail.com


MON. FEB 24 –  Smartphone Special Interest Group (SIG)
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon in the Computer Lab  Free. The topic of each SIG will be decided by the SIG leader and it will typically be based on the prior meeting discussions.  Members are expected to participate in the discussions.  The SIG is only for Computer Club members.  Available to CA and KP members only.


MON. FEB 24 - CHRONIC PAIN, ARTHRITIS AND NEUROPATHY GROUP Sponsored by the Men’s Club of Sun City Center 
1:30 - 2:30 p.m. Sun Towers Retirement Community, 101 Trinity Lakes Dr. SCC.  Joelle Schahfer, Director of Rehabilitation for Sun Terrace Health Care Center will facilitate this monthly group meeting. Joelle is an Occupational Therapist with specialty certifications in dementia capable care and stroke rehabilitation. Members are asked to share treatments, exercises, nutrition, etc. that may have worked for them for all members to benefit. If you have had success with any treatment, please come to share and learn.  Supported by Sun Towers Retirement Community Outpatient Therapy. Learn what you can do to reduce your pain today. Session located in the theater. For info, call Debbie Caneen 813-892-2990


MON. FEB 24 - BEST OF BROADWAY WITH THE SOUTH SHORE CONCERT BAND
7:00 p.m. at the Prince of Peace Catholic Church, 702 Valley Forge Blvd, in Sun City Center.   The concert is open to the public and a free will offering will be taken. The performance entitled “The Best of Broadway” will feature selections from the Jersey Boys, Jesus Christ Superstar, Lion King, Man of La Mancha, and Westside Story. You can preview the sound of the 63 member ensemble at www.southshoreconcertband.org.


TUE. FEB 25 - DISASTER PLANNING SEMINARS OFFERED BY SCC EMERGENCY SQUAD, SECURITY PATROL AND SAMARITAN SERVICES
9:00 - 11:00 a.m. at the Kings Point North Clubhouse in the Veterans Theater. The same message will be repeated from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. at the South Pebble Beach Boulevard Community Hall on the South Campus.  — Several service agencies in Sun City Center are joining forces to inform residents and homeowners in the area about critical information needed before, during and after a storm or disaster.  The general message to the public is: Who are you going to call, and what are you going to do when a disaster affects the area? There will be other organizations available to offer information about preparation before, during and after a storm or disaster. Specifically, what services will be available and what services will be suspended during a disaster.


TUE. FEB 25 - LIFE CHALLENGES SUPPORT GROUP 
1:00 - 3:00 p.m. at Sun Towers Retirement Community, 101 Trinity Lakes Dr. Sun City Center. Live your life fully with zest and joy! Rid yourself of depression, anxiety, frustrations with family, children, friends, life changes, health problems, finances and more. Relief comes by sharing and receiving support and making a positive plan of action. All are welcome in complete confidence and free of charge. Cheryl Lewis facilitates this group and is an effective psychotherapist. We meet every Tuesday in the first floor lounge of Sun Towers. No appointment is necessary. Sponsored by the Coalition for Mental Health and Aging.


TUE. FEB 25 - THE SUN CITY CENTER REPUBLICAN CLUB MEETS (on 4th Tuesday of each month) 
Social time at 1:30 p.m., meeting begins at 2:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall at  St. Andrews Presbyterian Church located at 1239 W. Del Webb Blvd.


TUE. FEB 25  - VETERANS CORNER RADIO SHOW - HOST - BILL HODGES 
3:30 p.m. WSCO FM 96.3 SUN RADIO, SUN CITY CENTER FL. Guest: Jane Keegan is the new executive director of the Military Family.  Jane Keegan is the new executive director of the Military Family Support Trust located at Freedom Plaza. This organization is outstanding in what they do for vets and their families. I learned. If you have no FM Radio or if you are out of our broadcast area, go to the station's web site on Tuesday and Thursday at 3:30 p.m. (www.WSCOFM.com) and click on "LISTEN LIVE"  


TUE. FEB. 25  -  SOCIAL BALLROOM DANCE CLASSES 
Silver I - Waltz (4:00 pm), 
Intermediate II - Rumba (5:00 pm), 
Intermediate I - East Coast Swing (6:00 pm) , 
Beginning - Slow Dance (7:00 pm).
Classes are held at St. John the Divine Episcopal Church, 1015 East Del Webb Blvd., Sun City Center. Classes are open to everyone. Couples and Singles welcome. $8/per class.  For information call Bernice DuBro at 634-3205 or Cell 813-482-6784. 


TUE. FEB 25 - THE NOWHERE BAND AT KINGS POINT!
7:30 p.m. Kings Point Veterans Theatre: Covering the full spectrum of The Beatles’ long and varied career, The Nowhere Band creates an unparalleled reproduction, entirely live (no pre-recorded material), of 60’s Beatles performances blending period costumes, authentic instruments and an abundantly talented quartet to create an experience any true Beatles fan simply can’t afford to miss. Tickets $27.50 or pick four for $99


WED. FEB 26 –  BEGINNER’S SEMI-PRIVATE TUTORING
9:00 – 10:00 a.m. or 10:15 – 11:15 a.m. in the Computer Lab  Free to Members ($20 Deposit). Students will be paired with a Monitor for an hour of tutoring.  Subjects to be determined by the student and can be basic operations or the solutions to specific problems.  Available to CA and KP members only.


WED. FEB 26 - METAPHYSICAL SOCIETY PRESENTATION
10:00 a.m. in the Atrium’s Heritage Room, Central Campus “Empowering Your Will” presented by Ed Foote, expert in Edgar Cayce and A Course in Miracles. Learn how to have a strong, healthy Will with information about the four stages of the Will’s growth and the importance of your own spiritual ideals. Metaphysical Society Fund Raiser. Entry fee is $1.00 with additional love offering to benefit our society. Bring your Community ID card. For info call 813 398-7033 


WED. FEB 26 - FRONT PORCH PICKERS - LIVE MUSIC! Every Wednesday!
2:00 - 4:00 p.m. in the Rollins Theatre, 970 Cherry Hills Drive, SunCity Center, to play country, bluegrass, traditional and gospel music.  Acoustic guitar, banjo, mandolin, fiddle, ukulele, dobro and bass players are welcome to join the group that can number up to 45 musicians playing during the winter months.  Audience members are invited to listen and enjoy the music every Wednesday afternoon and it is free.  For additional information contact president, David Lickfeldt, 813-833-8719 or secretary, Bonnie Mullen 813-634-2397.


THU. FEB 27 - HOW IS YOUR BALANCE? PREVENT A FALL WITH A FREE BALANCE SCREENING TODAY!
12:00 noon - 4:00 p.m. in the Ripple Room, KP North Clubhouse. Our therapists at Sun Towers Retirement Community are on a quest to reduce the risk of falls BEFORE they happen! Have your fall risk screened at no cost to you and see the results before your eyes through biofeedback! Call for an appointment today! 813-892-2990


THU. FEB 27 - VETERANS CORNER RADIO SHOW - HOST- BILL HODGES 
3:30 p.m. WSCO FM 96.3 SUN RADIO, SUN CITY CENTER FL. Guest : Joe Battle  Director of the James A. Haley VA Medical Center. Director Battle has asked that we again have a Town Hall VA meeting in South County at the Sun City Community Association Community Hall. All veterans and their families/caregivers, no matter where they live are invited and encouraged to attend. The meeting will be from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Director Battle will speak, updating us on the expansion of James A Haley VA Medical Center, including the clinics. He will also bring with him specialists from a variety of VA specialties for you to speak to and have your questions answered. If you have no FM Radio or if you are out of our broadcast area, go to the station's web  site on Tuesday and Thursday at 3:30 p.m. (www.WSCOFM.com) and click on "LISTEN LIVE"


THU. FEB 27, FRI. FEB 28 AND SAT. FEB 29 - SPRING TIMELY TREASURES SALE AT THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Thursday, Feb. 27th from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Premium PreSale ($10 at the door) Friday, February 28th at 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. and Saturday, February 29th from 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon. Come find that “new to you” treasure. Whether you are looking for small furniture, collectibles, clothing, jewelry, household items, holiday décor, artwork, tools, electronics or sporting goods, there will surely be a treasure that you’ll love at a bargain price. Back by popular demand, Premium pre-sale on Thursday, February 27th from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.! For just $10 you can beat the Friday morning crowds and get first chance at the bargains! The Ladies Friendship Circle will also be selling their amazing baked goods on Friday and Saturday with all their proceeds going to Missions.  Come to the United Methodist Church and browse through the trinkets and treasures!  For more information, call 813-634-2539.


THU. FEB 27 - MOONGLOW BALLROOM DANCE CLUB  
7:30 - 9:30 p.m.  Community Hall, 1910 S. Pebble Beach Blvd. Sun City Center. Live Music by "Daniel Fugazzotto".  As a Special Treat, Daniel and his National Championship Amateur Ballroom Dance Partner, Janis Merluzzo, will perform a Dance Exhibition at Intermission. Dressy Casual attire. BYOB & snacks. Ice, water, cups & napkins provided. Singles Table(s) Available. All local Dancers asked to bring their Community ID or a photo of it. Moonglow Club Members are Free. Visitors/Guests with CA or FP ID or KP Gold Card pay $6.00 pp. at the door. Visitors from other communities welcome, but you also need a  $2.00 "Club Usage" Pass purchased for them by a CA member. Contact <gail3357@gmail.com.> or 813-633-1297 with questions or for assistance in getting a Pass. We can help you but we need a few days' notice.


FRI. FEB 28 - SLOW SPEED NETWORKING!
8:00 - 9:00 a.m. at the Firehouse Cultural Center, 101 1st Street NE. Ruskin, Fl. This FREE networking event is looking for you! Plan to build new business with this established group of Professionals who understand the value of referrals! Bring plenty of business cards to share and meet great folks from the south county business area! Call 813-892-2990 with questions. 


FRI. FEB 28 – INTRODUCTION TO FILE EXPLORER
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon in the Computer Lab $10 Members   $15 Non-Members. Windows File Explorer is the Windows application that displays the contents of hard drives and folders. You use it to navigate all the Folder and Files on your computer. In this class you will learn how to find, save, move, copy, delete and rename Files and Folders on your hard drive or memory device.  Available to CA and KP members only.


FRI. FEB 28 - VETERANS HISTORY PROJECT, A PROGRAM OF THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. by appointment only. The Tampa Bay Chapter of the American Red Cross in partnership with the Veterans History Project, a program of the Library of Congress, is seeking Veterans to participate in this project.  The program captures through a video interview, firsthand account of Veterans who served in any branch of the US military in any capacity, from World War I through the present, and are no longer serving are eligible to participate.  Civilians who served in support of a US war effort in a professional capacity are also welcome to participate.  As Teresa Fazio, an Operation Iraqi Freedom Veteran stated, “It is important to get every veterans’ story so future generations can learn about military life from first-hand accounts.  Our individual experiences may have been different, but when compiled they form a powerful snapshot of history.”  If you are a Veteran or know Veterans that would like to share their stories, please call Sun Towers to schedule your interview time at 813-634-3347


FRI. FEB. 28 - GRIEF/LOSS SUPPORT 
3:00 -4:00 p.m. on Fridays, Feb. 28 through March 20.  FREE 4-week guided educational support group led by a licensed counselor with over 30 years of experience.  Grief and loss may be due to: death, terminal illness, suicide, loss of dreams or purpose, estranged children, marriage/ partner, loved one’s dementia, pet loss, veteran battles, etc.  At  Redeemer Lutheran Church (701 Valley Forge Blvd, Sun City Center) .  The program is not linked to any religion or philosophy.  No late entry after 3 pm. GRIEF: “The loss of anything important to you can cause feelings of grief.  Grieving well is to value what we have lost.”  For more information, call (813) 634-1292. 


FRI. FEB 28 - FRI. APR 3 - KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL 7282 LENTEN FISH FRIES ARE BACK IN TOWN
3:30 - 6:00 p.m. Prince Peace Catholic Church, Conesa Center, 702 Valley Forge Blvd, SCC  The Knights of Columbus are once again sponsoring weekly Lenten Fish Fries. Dinner Items:  Fried cod, hush puppies, coleslaw, and an ice cream dessert. Price:  $10 - Note: We fry in peanut oil. Carry outs are available. The majority of the proceeds will go for Catholic education. Stop by and enjoy fellowship and a good meal.  See you there!


FRI. FEB 28 - PIGEON FORGE ENTERTAINER KENNY EVANS COMING TO UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF SUN CITY CENTER  
7:00 p.m. at The United Methodist Church of Sun City Center, 1210 Del Webb Blvd. West, where we welcome Pigeon Forge headliner Kenny Evans to its campus. Kenny Evans has sung all his life. He toured all over the southeast U.S. as a youngster with his family quartet. Then as a country performer, he opened for some of country music’s biggest stars, including Charlie Daniels, Lonestar, Kenny Chesney, Sara Evans, Toby Keith and others. He signed a big Nashville record deal in 1998 and released his debut album, When You Love Somebody. As his star was rising, an accident involving a drunk driver nearly took the life of his entire band. It took Kenny months to recover, and as he did, he left the Nashville country music scene to serve the Lord as a student pastor, music minister and associate pastor. Since 2005 he has entertained in several theatres in Pigeon Forge and travelled the nation as a singer, speaker and evangelist. He will be performing a show of Oldies Rock & Roll, Classic Country, Gospel and possibly some comedy thrown in, as well. He’s got stage presence, charisma and a major league voice.  A donation of only $10 is requested at the door on the night of the concert.  


SUN. MAR.1 - SINGLES SOCIAL DANCE CLUB
6:30 - 9:30 p.m. in the Atrium Bldg., Florida Room. Live music provided by Thor Stevens and his saxophone. Dressy Casual attire requested. Members $4.00; CA Guests $6; Kings Point & Outside Guests $4.00 with Guest Pass (must be purchased in advance for $2.00 with a CA resident). BYOB and snacks. Ice, water, cups and napkins provided.  Info: Judy 425-214-3996 or email judypaddock@gmail.com


MON. MAR 2 - FOREVER ORBISON AT KINGS POINT!
7:30 p.m. Kings Point Veterans Theatre:  Forever Orbinson. Capturing the look and feel of a real Orbison show with arrangements, historically correct instruments, costumes, tempos, and acting put together by Alan James, Musical Director for Roy Orbison. Everyone at shows all over the country agrees that Jesse’s acclaimed voice hits all the high notes every time. All Florida shows have sold out! Tickets $27.50 or pick four for $99


TUE. MAR 3 – Peppermint 10 WORKSHOP
9:00 – 11:30 a.m. in the Computer Lab $5 Members   $10 Non-Members. Peppermint is a Linux based Operating System to be used as an alternative to Windows.  This class will familiarize you with Peppermint’s basic features.  This is a class for anyone who has Peppermint installed on their computer.    Available to CA and KP members only.


TUE. MAR 3 - SISTERHOOD MEETING
1:00 p.m. at the social hall of Beth Israel Jewish Congregation, 1115 Del Webb E. Sun City Center, Fl, 33573.   “I Love Me....My Next Chapter” On behalf of the sisterhood program committee, we would invite you to share a special afternoon featuring Dr. Cyd Charrow, DSW,CPC Certified Professional Coach. Participants will have an opportunity to participate in creating their own goals to empower ourselves to define the person we can be. Please RSVP by February 28th .  Handouts will be used to help us explore our personal journey. There will be time for discussion at the conclusion of the program. There is no cost for admission. Light refreshments will be served. RSVP is required. Please contact Jo-Ellen Bromberg, Marcia Lederberg - Moneypenny324@aol.com


WED. MAR 4 – MOAA MONTHLY MEETING
11:00 a.m. in the Florida Room at the North Side Atrium Bldg. where The Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) will meet for their monthly luncheon  Eric Olsen will be the speaker. Eric has been employed with Hillsborough County Consumer Protection Services since 2003 and has been Division Director since 2013. Our local Consumer Protection Office investigates consumer fraud, operates a wage recovery program, and oversees the settlement of code liens on property.  Eric holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration, a  Bachelor’s in Communication, is a licensed private investigator and is a state certified county mediator. He speaks Spanish in addition to English and works easily with diverse groups and individuals. Eric is an efficient problem solver, communicator, and expert in addressing consumer needs, dedicated to assisting all consumers in our community.  The luncheon cost is $15.00, and reservations can be made by calling 924-1983. and must be made prior to Sunday, March 1st, at 6:00 pm.  For additional information contact Frank Kepley at 813-642-0801.


WED. MAR 4 - FRONT PORCH PICKERS - LIVE MUSIC! Every Wednesday!
2:00 - 4:00 p.m. in the Rollins Theatre, 970 Cherry Hills Drive, SunCity Center, to play country, bluegrass, traditional and gospel music.  Acoustic guitar, banjo, mandolin, fiddle, ukulele, dobro and bass players are welcome to join the group that can number up to 45 musicians playing during the winter months.  Audience members are invited to listen and enjoy the music every Wednesday afternoon and it is free.  For additional information contact president, David Lickfeldt, 813-833-8719 or secretary, Bonnie Mullen 813-634-2397.


FRI. MAR 6 - SLOW SPEED NETWORKING!
8:00 - 9:00 a.m. at the Firehouse Cultural Center, 101 1st Street NE. Ruskin, Fl. This FREE networking event is looking for you! Plan to build new business with this established group of Professionals who understand the value of referrals! Bring plenty of business cards to share and meet great folks from the south county business area! Call 813-892-2990 with questions. 


FRI. MAR 6 – BUYING A COMPUTER 
9:00 – 11:00 a.m. in the Computer Lab $5 Members   $10 Non-Members. This mini-class covers the decision of whether or not you need a new PC, the minimum hardware you should buy, the pros and cons of various hardware choices, and information on PC components.  Available to CA and KP members only.


FRI. MAR 7 - STATE OF MAINE DAY
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. at Fort Desoto Park, Tierra Verde, Florida, shelter #5. Come and see who else from Maine has found this area a great place to live.  Bring your own lunch and chairs.  No reservations are required.  If any questions, call John Bernard 207-229-5387 or Sue Bemis 813-695-8886.


SAT. MAR 7 - BOURBON ON THE BAYOU AT THE FIREHOUSE! 
7:00 – 11:00 p.m. Location: Firehouse Cultural Center. Event type: Special Events, Graphic of french phrase. SPECIAL EVENT SAVE THE DATE! BOURBON ON THE BAYOU featuring T-BONE HAMILTON’S THE BIG EASY REVUE ? Full Open Bar ? Bourbon Tastings ? Dancing ? New Orleans Style Food Stations - Silent & Live Auctions ? Free Valet Parking - Tickets: $85 pp  $150 Couple “Lagniappe”: Reserved Inside Table for 8: $1,200 - Cocktail Attire - Benefiting the Firehouse Cultural Center - Scholarship Fund & Expansion. Book Your Tickets Online Below, or call 813-645-7651 


SUN. MAR 8 - SUN CITY CENTER CHAPTER OF THE MILITARY ORDER OFF THE WORLD WARS (MOWW) HOSTS MASSING OF COLORS (MOC)
2:00 - 3:00 p.m. at the Sun City Center Community Hall, 1910 South Pebble Beach Boulevard, Sun City Center. The Sun City Center Chapter of The Military Order of the World Wars (MOWW) will host a Massing of Colors (MOC), part of MOWW Patriotic Education Outreach Program. The MOC is a rededication to the United States, our country, & its Flag. Military, public safety, Scouting, JROTC, Veteran, patriotic & service organizations are invited to participate. Units participating will be represented by a two person color guard consisting of United States Flag bearer & organizational flag bearer. MOWW Companion retired Marine Major Jim Haney, Florida Department Commander, is the event coordinator and point of contact. MASSING OF COLORS SEQUENCE
• Assemble the flags of the United States and Organizations
• Master of Ceremony directs the “march-on” of the color guard units
• Patriotic music
• Colors are “Massed”
• INVOCATION
• Pledge of Allegiance
• National Anthem
• MOWW Preamble
• Welcome remarks by MOWW Chapter 226 Commander
• Guest speaker keynote remarks
• Blessing of Colors
• Taps
• Traditional memorial honors
• BENEDICTION
• Grand Marshall directs the assembled colors to be retired
• Music for exit of the color guards
• Master of Ceremony Remarks
Units desiring to participate, or with questions, are requested to contact Jim at jhhaney1@gmail.com / 813.220.8758 cell by Thursday, 16 January 2020. 


MON. MAR 9 - SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY CLUB MEETING
7:00 p.m. in the Caper Room, Atrium Building, 954 North Course Lane. There is a $3/meeting charge for Kings Point residents; please pre-register by midnight March 7 at setkingspoint@yahoo.com.  Community Association members may pay their annual dues at this meeting if they haven’t already done so; please bring a check for $10 for each member. Invasion of Lionfish into Florida and the Western Atlantic Beautiful lionfish displaying ornate venomous spines were introduced to waters off the Florida coasts by aquarium hobbyists in the 1980s.  With a seemingly insatiable appetite for native fish and no local predators or disease, they have spread from North Carolina to Venezuela and the Caribbean.  Our speaker, Dr. Chris Stallings of USF, has completed the largest ever field experiment to estimate the effort needed to reduce their populations and lobbied the Florida legislature to increase action against this threat to our native Florida species. 


TUE. MAR 10 – Painfree Backup for Your Computer
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon in the Computer Lab $10 Members   $15 Non-Members. This Windows 10 workshop will show you how to backup your documents and pictures using a free program called FreeFileSync.  It will also show you how to take an image of your system for easy recovery in case  you lose your system software and data, using a free program called TodoBackup.  Bring your computer and an external drive.  Available to CA and KP members only.


TUE. MAR 10 - GONE STAMPIN' CLUB'S SEMI-ANNUA; CARD SALE
10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. in the Sandpiper Room of the Atrium. It's time to stock up on your favorite handmade cards again. Cards are $1.00 each and include an envelope. Get there early!


WED. MAR 11 - THE COMPUTER CLUB MONTHLY MEETING
7:00 p.m. at the Community Hall.  5G refers to a set of standards for the new 5th Generation of mobile communications service.  Eventually, it will replace the 4G LTE service we currently use.  It may be as much as 100 times faster.  Chet Rindfuss from the Kings Point Apple Club will bring us up to date on how 5G works and what it means to the future of mobile phone service, autonomous vehicles and the Internet of Things.  This is a big deal!  Chet is an excellent speaker.  If you are only going to make it to one club meeting this year, make this the one. Don’t miss it.  


WED. MAR 11 - CHANGES IN LATITUDES AT KINGS POINT! 
7:30 p.m. Kings Point Veterans Theatre:Changes In Latitudes is the country’s premier tribute show to the Mayor of Margaritaville, Jimmy Buffett. This nationally acclaimed band travels the country with beach balls and leis flying, dancing conga lines and “Trop Rock” fun for all. It’s the ultimate beach party that’s good clean fun for all ages. Tickets $27.50 or pick four for $99


WED. MAR 11 –  IPAD/IPHONE FOR SENIORS
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon in the Computer Lab $10 Members   $15 Non-Members. The iPad and the iPhone function the same, in most cases. This course will show how to check your e-mail, carry your books and music around with you, have fun playing games and even adjust the size of the readable text on the screen.  Available to CA and KP members only. 


THU. MAR 12 – Photo Gallery
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon in the Computer Lab $10 Members   $15 Non-Members. Photo Gallery provides an easy way to edit, organize, and share photos.  The class will cover Picture editing, Taking Panoramic photos, Organizing photos, and Moving pictures from the camera to the Pictures folder.


FRI. MAR 13 - SLOW SPEED NETWORKING!
8:00 - 9:00 a.m. at the Firehouse Cultural Center, 101 1st Street NE. Ruskin, Fl. This FREE networking event is looking for you! Plan to build new business with this established group of Professionals who understand the value of referrals! Bring plenty of business cards to share and meet great folks from the south county business area! Call 813-892-2990 with questions. 


FRI. MAR 13, 20, 27, APR 3 – Introduction to Computers
9:00 – 11:30 a.m. in the Computer Lab $10 Members   $15 Non-Members. This class is a four session introductory class for beginners.  It will cover basic computer operations, the display, keyboard, and mouse.  File and folder organization, and basic word processing will be covered.    Available to CA and KP members only.


MON. MAR 16 –  Cutting the Cord?
9:00 – 10:30 a.m. in the Computer Lab $5 Members   $10 Non-Members. This mini-course will review cable TV and phone service alternatives.  Possible alternatives like broadcast TV and Streaming devices like Roku and Amazon Fire will be described, so you can make your own “cut the cord” decision.  Available to CA and KP members only.


MON. MAR 16 - PARKINSON'S SUPPORT GROUP OF SUN CITY CENTER - MADE POSSIBLE BY SUPPORT FROM THE MEN'S CLUB OF SCC
1:30 - 3:30 p.m. at Sun Towers Retirement Community 101 Trinity Lakes Drive. Speaker to be announced. Shari Leiterman, Wellness Strategist will be bringing resources for a more vivacious lifestyle. With Holistic Wellness Solutions, Shari is a Plant Based Chef, Coach with Specialized Foods and offers Vegan Consultation. Shari works with clients of all ages and health challenges, taking a Holistic synergistic approach to bringing balance, nutrition and fitness for individuals and groups. Jennipher Lenoir, COTA with Sun Towers Outpatient Therapy Department will be available to address questions and concerns. With the influx of many newly diagnosed group members, the request for seasoned members to assist is needed and appreciated! If you have had success with any treatment you have tried, please come to share! If you have Parkinson’s, or are caring for someone with this disease, be sure to attend this support group! COMPLIMENTARY VALET PARKING AVAILABLE AT ENTRANCE For additional info, call Debbie Caneen 813-892-2990


MON. MAR 16 - THE BYRNE BROTHERS AT KINGS POINT!
7:30 p.m. Kings Point Veterans Theatre: The Byrne Brothers Show. The Byrne Brothers are a traditional Irish music and dancing family band from Donegal in Ireland. They are all-county champions of their traditional Irish instruments. Their dad Tommy backs them on guitar and also plays uilleann pipes, fiddle whistles and bagpipes. Their show is fast paced with brilliant musicianship, exciting and dynamic arrangements as well as world class Irish dancing. Tickets $27.50 or pick four for $99


TUE. MAR 17 – TUNING YOUR PC WORKSHOP
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon in the Computer Lab $20 Members   $25 Non-Members. Is your Windows 10 PC or laptop running slow, long boot times, do you wait forever for web pages to come up? This workshop will teach you how to remove spyware, viruses, browser add-ons, bad registry entries, junk files, and other problems that slow down your system. You will work on your own computer and be able to see the results immediately.  Available to CA and KP members only.


TUE. MAR 17 - SOUTH BAY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY MEETING
10:30 a.m. Starts with a Round Table Discussion.  That will be followed by a sit-down luncheon at 12:00 noon, and then the main presentation by our guest speaker at 1:00 p.m. meet at the United Methodist Church in the Life Enrichment Center (LEC), 1210 W Del Webb Blvd, Sun City Center.   This month’s speaker will be Drew Smith.  He will be talking on “Using DNA Today.”  AncestryDNA continues to add new tools to help with your matches, creating groups, and discovering the correct relationships.  Mr. Smith will focus on how to use the latest tools to identify family members.  The cost is $15.00 per person for lunch.  Please include your choice of 2 meals offered:  Cabbage Rolls or Baked Stuffed Shells (Vegetarian).  For reservations and information, call Sheila at (319) 631-4457.  Mail your check to SBGS, PO Box 5202, Sun City Center, FL 33571.  Your check must be received by March 5th, 2020.  


WED. MAR 18 - JOIN THE KP LINE DANCERS FOR A FREE SOCIAL DANCE
7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Veterans Theater.   Wear your best St Patrick's Day costume, or casual dress is OK.   Appropriate dance shoes please.   Free entry for KP and SCC residents, other guests must purchase $2.50 guest pass from Security.   BYOB   Donation for DJ is appreciated.    Call Jan 634-6226 for more info.


MON. MAR 23 –  Smartphone Special Interest Group (SIG)
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon in the Computer Lab  Free. The topic of each SIG will be decided by the SIG leader and it will typically be based on the prior meeting discussions.  Members are expected to participate in the discussions.  The SIG is only for Computer Club members.  Available to CA and KP members only.


MON. MAR 23 - CHRONIC PAIN, ARTHRITIS AND NEUROPATHY GROUP Sponsored by the Men’s Club of Sun City Center 
1:30 - 2:30 p.m. Sun Towers Retirement Community, 101 Trinity Lakes Dr. SCC.  Joelle Schahfer, Director of Rehabilitation for Sun Terrace Health Care Center will facilitate this monthly group meeting. Joelle is an Occupational Therapist with specialty certifications in dementia capable care and stroke rehabilitation. Members are asked to share treatments, exercises, nutrition, etc. that may have worked for them for all members to benefit. If you have had success with any treatment, please come to share and learn.  Supported by Sun Towers Retirement Community Outpatient Therapy. Learn what you can do to reduce your pain today. Session located in the theater. For info, call Debbie Caneen 813-892-2990


WED. MAR 25 –  BEGINNER’S SEMI-PRIVATE TUTORING
9:00 – 10:00 or 10:15 – 11:15 a.m. in the Computer Lab  Free to Members ($20 Deposit) Students will be paired with a Monitor for an hour of tutoring.  Subjects to be determined by the student and can be basic operations or the solutions to specific problems.  Available to CA and KP members only.


THU. MAR 26 –  EXCEL FOR BEGINNERS
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon in the Computer Lab $10 Members   $15 Non-Members. This is an introductory course.  It starts with basic definitions of spreadsheet, workbooks, formulas and functions.  It includes data entry, operators and operations, and cell data manipulation.   Available to CA and KP members only. 


THU. MAR 26 - THE EVERLY BROTHERS EXPERIENCE AT KINGS POINT!
7:30 p.m. Kings Point Veterans Theatre: Let Colin & Geoff take you on a journey down memory lane to re-discover the fabulous sound and look of the world’s most famous harmony duo. Packed with all their greatest hits, is the sound-alike/look-alike show which Colin & Geoff seek to re-create with the Everly Brothers Experience. Tickets $27.50 or pick four for $99


SAT. MAR 28 - SPRING ART & CRAFT FAIR AT ST. ANDREW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. for our Spring Art & Craft Fair at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church at 1239 Del Webb W.   Over 40 artists and crafters will be there with wine racks, wooden items, quilted purses, acrylic painted tennis shoes, aprons, and visors, shell crafts, plants, art displays, jewelry, and more.  Enjoy a hotdog lunch and listen to live organ music.  Still hungry--shop at the bake sale also at the fair. Admission is free. (813) 634-1252


SUN. MAR. 29 - SINGLES SOCIAL DANCE CLUB
6:30 - 9:30 p.m. in the Atrium Bldg., Florida Room. Live music provided by Thor Stevens and his saxophone. Dressy Casual attire requested. Members $4.00; CA Guests $6; Kings Point & Outside Guests $4.00 with Guest Pass (must be purchased in advance for $2.00 with a CA resident). BYOB and snacks. Ice, water, cups and napkins provided.  Info: Judy 425-214-3996 or email judypaddock@gmail.com


MON. APR 20 - PARKINSON'S SUPPORT GROUP OF SUN CITY CENTER - MADE POSSIBLE BY SUPPORT FROM THE MEN'S CLUB OF SCC
1:30 - 3:30 p.m. at Sun Towers Retirement Community 101 Trinity Lakes Drive. Speaker to be announced. Shari Leiterman, Wellness Strategist will be bringing resources for a more vivacious lifestyle. With Holistic Wellness Solutions, Shari is a Plant Based Chef, Coach with Specialized Foods and offers Vegan Consultation. Shari works with clients of all ages and health challenges, taking a Holistic synergistic approach to bringing balance, nutrition and fitness for individuals and groups. Jennipher Lenoir, COTA with Sun Towers Outpatient Therapy Department will be available to address questions and concerns. With the influx of many newly diagnosed group members, the request for seasoned members to assist is needed and appreciated! If you have had success with any treatment you have tried, please come to share! If you have Parkinson’s, or are caring for someone with this disease, be sure to attend this support group! COMPLIMENTARY VALET PARKING AVAILABLE AT ENTRANCE For additional info, call Debbie Caneen 813-892-2990