While everyone loves taking in a meal on Clubhouse Veranda with a breeze coming off of Lake Sconti, many regulars have long pined for the days when the space was live-music hotspot, a gathering place for to friends gathered and, if the spirit’s willing, take took over the dancefloor.
Dancing days at the Clubhouse are here again starting with the 7 p.m. Friday, July 16 performance by Sound Incorporated, a band that proudly describes itself as practitioners of “ ‘60s and ‘70s good time rock ‘n’ roll.”
The show is the first in a monthly series of performances aimed to restore the Clubhouse’s status as a weekend hub of fun.
“We’ve been hearing from not just our patrons but from people around the community who really miss being able to come down to the Clubhouse, catch up with friends and take in some live music at the end of the week,” says Amenity Manager Robert Sabat. “Now, we can help to make the Clubhouse even more of the gathering place that we all envisioned it can be.”
Sound Incorporated is just the first in a program of upcoming performances that includes but is not limited to shows on Aug. 20, Sept. 17, Oct. 13 and Nov. 12. The Clubhouse is looking at adding additional dates.
Only beverages – no food service – will be available at the Pub and Veranda bar during the performance, which ends around 10 p.m. However, dinner will be available in the dining room until 9 p.m., with the last reservation at 8 p.m. As always, reservations are strongly recommended.
For more info or reservations: (706) 268-1253 or use the Open Table app under the dining tab when signing onto bigcanoepoa.org.
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