9:00 am Social Gathering

9:45 am Annual Club Business Meeting

10:30 am Chair Yoga

Increase mobility and flexibility! Perfect for office workers, seniors and anyone who spends time hunched over their cell laptop or other device, in short-everyone. Certified yoga instructor Val Layton will demonstrate simple poses that can be added to our daily routine to help keep us healthy by preventing injury and increasing flexibility while seated.

Hospitality Hostess: Carol Ace

Chartity: Crotched Mountain Foundation

February General Meeting

Special program with Chef Liz Barbour!

In both art and literature, food invites passion. Romantic foods don’t have to be limited to oysters and wine. Food color, texture, and preparation all play a part in a passionate meal. Spicy food will get your heart rate going and make your cheeks flush and a beautiful plate can bring tears to your eyes. Learn about the food of passion and how you can prepare recipes that entice. Enjoy a cooking demonstration by Chef Liz Barbour of 2 passion inducing recipes and samples. In the spirit of American Association Month and Valentine’s Day, feel free to wear red!

Hospitality Hostesses: Mary Csakai and Kaaren Eastman

Charity: Meals on Wheels-SJCS


5th Annual Hollis Holiday Luminaria Stroll and Hollis Town Band Holiday Concert

We’ll make the town glow! We’ll light candles in the town center ready for Santa’s procession to Lawrence Barn. Then we will serve refreshments while Santa greets the children in the beautifully decorated Lawrence Barn that was decorated that morning by some of our members. The evening is capped off by a wonderful concert by the Hollis Town Band. Always a magical event!

There will also be a Gingerbread Contest! See separate listing for the details and rules.

Website: http://hollisluminaria.org/

Exciting Evening Event with the Garden Club!

Little Black Dress:
Let’s double the fun with the Hollis Woman’s Club and the Colonial Garden Club of
Hollis for an elegant evening of food, flowers, and fashion at the Nashua Country Club.
Bill Graham, renowned floral designer and owner of “Beautiful Things” in Salem, MA will
demonstrate eight unique ways to accessorize the classic “Little Black Dress” while
creatively pairing the dresses with custom-made floral arrangements. Bill’s program
promises to not only entertain, but, will leave you with great ideas on how to fashionably
accessorize, and a chance to leave with one of eight floral arrangements that will be
raffled at the end of the evening! Attendees are encouraged to wear your Little Black
Hors d’oeuvres will be served and a cash bar will be available.
Cost: Advance tickets must be purchased by November 1
$10 for Club members and $20 for invited guests
Charity: New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence