Category: February 2019

Where in the World is the Crossing

Where in the world are you reading the Crossing? Submission for the March issue must be received by February 20, 2019. No photo shopped pictures will be included and photos reading either the December, January or February 2019 issues will be allowed. At the March 18 Board of Directors meeting a drawing will be held…

2018-19 Kino Lecture Series grand finale

The continuing successful Kino Lecture Series will close March 4 at 7:00 p.m. with a fascinating lecture by career and self-taught photographer Brian Vikander. Mr. Vikander will explain and demonstrate the standard of excellence demanded of photographers whose work appears in prestigious publications such as National Geographic, The Smithsonian, Time, The London Times, Wall Street…

Ballroom and Social Dance

There are four courses to choose from for our Ballroom and Social Dance instruction. The cost is $30 per person per course. 1. East Coast Swing – Level 1 Danced to the popular Music of the ’50s and ’60s, you will use this at all of the Quail Creek Dances. Thursdays, February 21, 28, March…

Permanent cosmetic artist for Quail Creek residents

Tanya Willey, who is a Quail Creek resident, is currently doing permanent cosmetics for residents only. Originally from the West Coast, Tanya relocated to Annapolis, MD and began working as a permanent makeup artist. As the founder of HARLOW Lasting Beauty, Tanya began her career in permanent cosmetics in 2004. After many years of practicing…

Special small group tour of England

Join Quail Creek resident and England lover, Jean Tittle, on her 17th visit to the fabulous homes and gardens of England’s literary giants: Darwin, Churchill, Kipling, Wolfe, Austen, Bronte, Wordsworth, Ruskin and Potter to name a few. Plus spend three days in London as well as a festival day at Highclere Castle (Downton Abbey). This…

A Quail Creek garden surprise

Bonnie Nowicki, Quail Creek resident Waking up January 1 to a dusting of snow was magical. Waking up January 2 to almost two inches of the white stuff was shocking. This, once in a decade phenomenon, caught me off guard. The freezing cold lingered for a few nights. Hastily covered tender citrus survived, but some…

In a nutshell

Please join us! The Quail Creek Optimum Aging group is pleased to offer a presentation by Karen Baker on the nutritional and health benefits of nuts on Friday, February 17 at 2:00 p.m. in the Ocotillo Room at the Kino Center. This will be an interactive presentation with a blind tasting of nut milks and…