Fourteen TIAA members and guests hopped on a bus and rode about 75 miles to visit this interesting center that is recognized as a national leader in implementing effective natural resources conservation and outdoor recreational programs. Built as a joint venture between the Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation and the city of Athens, this center offers dive programs, aquatic education and a production freshwater hatchery.
What makes a Christmas gift special? It is not how much you paid for it. But if not the price, what is the value of the gift? The Gifts of the Magi, written by Mark St. Germain and Randy Courts, rediscovers the real meaning of Christmas giving. Set in New York City in 1905, this lovely holiday musical has all the trappings of a traditional Christmas and is a delight for the whole family.
Comedy: When a socialite and novelist, Charles Condomine, enlists an eccentric medium to conduct a seance to gather information for a new book, the ghost of his first wife is inadvertently summoned. Life becomes hilariously difficult for Charles as she continuously strives to disrupt his current marriage.
The City of Garland is bringing “The Wall That Heals” to the metroplex for a few days. This is a three-quarter scale replica of the permanent Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C. which bears the names of the 58,276 men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice. Along with the wall a mobile Education Center will also be on display.
Ride the McKinney Avenue trolley. Enjoy lunch together. (ORIG. 5/19/20)