What’s on this month……
Friday 14 October Film Night – “Rear Window” Hitchcock – 2000 hours
Saturday 15 October RCYC Prize giving 1830 for 1900 hours
Wednesday 19 October Quiz Night 1900 hours
Friday 21 October Trafalgar night Dinner (Black Tie) 1930 hours
Sunday 30 October Walk & Lunch
** Falmouth Oyster Festival – throughout this weekend we will have a
selection of special seafood dishes available **
** Thursday evenings – 50% off specials board**
Forthcoming events ……..
Thursday 3 November – Meanderers Lunch
Friday 4 November – Talk – Sue Kittow
Wednesday 16 November – Quiz Night
Saturday 19 November – Coffee Morning & Yot Grot
Friday 25 November – Talk – Pam Kemp
Sunday 27 November – Walk & Lunch
Friday 2 December – Annual Dinner Dance – Royal Duchy Hotel
Wednesday 7 December – Quiz Night
Friday 16 December – Carols – David Muirhead & Cadgwith Singers
Sunday 18 December – Children’s Christmas Party
Saturday 24 December – Christmas Punch Party & Draw
Saturday 31 December – New Year’s Eve Party
In future quiz nights will be priced differently. To ensure people who may not want to eat can still participate in the quiz, food can be chosen from the menu and paid for at the bar. There will be a charge of Â£1 per person to enter the quiz, which will be the prize money. There will still be nibbles during the first round of the quiz and these will be free of charge.
For anyone who has not been to a quiz night before, this is a very relaxed and fun evening and everyone is welcome to attend.
RCYC Annual Dinner Dance
Friday 2nd December – The Royal Duchy Hotel
Bookings are now being taken for the RCYC Annual Dinner Dance. We are holding this annual event at the Royal Duchy Hotel for the third year running as it has proved to be a popular venue, with great food and a lovely atmosphere. The cost is just Â£36 per person for a three course dinner, live music and dancing. The booking form and menu is attached here. Overnight accommodation at the Royal Duchy Hotel is also available at a reduced rate. Come along and dust off those dancing shoes…….
Next Talk – Friday 4 November – Sue Kittow
Walking in the Footsteps of Winston Graham’s Poldark
With Autumn nights now drawing in this will be an ideal opportunity to come along and hear local author and freelance journalist Sue Kittow give an insight into her third book â€œWalking in the Footsteps of Winston Grahamâ€™s Poldarkâ€. This talk will not only appeal to walkers but to readers and followers of the BBCâ€™s Poldark period drama too! Sue will explain how she became immersed in the world of Poldark places, the characters and history. All being well Sue will also lead our regular Sunday walking group on one of our walks later in the season.
Donâ€™t forget to put your name on the list in the bar. The Club is open for food from 6.30pm with the talk commencing promptly at 8pm. If you wish to just come for the talk put your name down too as seats are sure to go quickly!
YOUR CLUB NEEDS YOU!
We are looking for cakes, breads and pickles to be donated to the Coffee morning on Saturday 19 November.Also we are running a Christmas card competition – there will be two age groups, up to 11 and 11-16. The theme is Christmas and the sea.
There will also be a photographic competition open to all ages; the theme is Cornwall and the sea.
These need to be at the club by noon on Friday 18th November so they may be displayed at the coffee morning.
There will be a prize for the winner which will be awarded at the coffee morning.
Members, their children and grandchildren are welcome to enter.
Thursday 3rd November
The Meanderersâ€™ lunch is open to all members of the club, those who have meandered, those who intend to meander next year and of course their partners or spouses.
Attached is the menu for the Meanderersâ€™ Lunch. The list is up in the bar for you to reserve your place or you can email Karen in the RCYC office, firstname.lastname@example.org. In either case please indicate whether you would like two or three courses and what you would like to eat using the codes S1, S2, or S3. M1, M2, or M3. D1. D2, or D3.
Please make your booking promptly and in any case, if possible, by 1st November.
Those who took photos of the various meanders might like to print them off and bring them along.
Members are kindly reminded that mobiles should be kept on silent in the Clubhouse and that phone conversations must be held outside.