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TWOQC learns about book festival

Janice Pell Marcy Euler, Executive Director of Tucson Festival of Books, was the featured speaker at The Women of Quail Creek general meeting on February 24. Marcy shared the background of the festival beginnings and its rise to become the fourth largest book fair in the country in just six years, attracting over 120,000 attendees…

TWOQC February meeting notice

Janice Pell Monday, February 24 at 10:00 a.m. in the ballroom, The Women of Quail Creek will be treated to an insider’s preview of the upcoming Tucson Festival of Books. Guest speaker Marcy Euler, executive director of the event, will share valuable suggestions for attendees ranging from tips on finding the best parking spaces to…

The Women of Quail Creek plan March trip to Amerind

Janice Pell March 31 is the date for TWOQC annual spring bus trip and luncheon. The Amerind Museum and Art Gallery in Dragoon will be this year’s exciting destination. Located among the spectacular hills of Texas Canyon in the Dragoon Mountains, the Amerind is an anthropological and archaeological museum and research center with an outstanding…

The Women of Quail Creek celebrate the holidays

Marilyn Miller TWOQC A Whimsical Holiday Luncheon was held on December 9 in the Madera Clubhouse Ballroom. Following a short business meeting and a delicious lunch, the Tucson Women’s Choir performed for the over 200 ladies attending. At the end of the choir’s performance the choir director, Karlenna Ravenwood, invited some of TWOQC ladies to…

Chinese Tea Ceremony

Marilyn Miller At the November meeting of TWOQC, Zhuping Hodge, a certified Chinese Tea Master and owner of Seven Cups, a teahouse in Tucson, presented an authentic Chinese Tea Ceremony. Everyone attending the program had the opportunity to sample tea brewed from hand selected Chinese tea leaves and freshly brewed by Zhuping. A drawing was…

Chinese Tea Ceremony set

Marilyn Miller The Women of Quail Creek will meet on November 18 at 6:30 p.m. in the Madera Clubhouse Ballroom. Plan to attend this cultural program and enjoy Zhuping Hodge from Seven Cups Teahouse in Tucson present A Chinese Tea Ceremony. You could be one of the four ladies selected to participate in the ceremony.

Somewhere Over the Rainbow —There is a Cure Luncheon

Peggy McGee Mark your calendars for January 31, 2014. That’s the day The Women of Quail Creek and the Quail Creek Fights Back Relay For Life team will host a Somewhere Over the Rainbow – There is a Cure luncheon and style show to help the American Cancer Society raise dollars to Finish Their Fight…