Happening Type: Activities

Plant Strong of Skidaway Island

By Kenna Kinsey on October 21, 2021

What: Dr. Michael Greger’s How Not to Die
When: Monday, May 23, 2022  7 pm
Where: Simone’s home – 12 Wesley Crossing
Who:  Any Landlovers member.  Club membership is not needed.
What Else: Mike Stevenson will be leading the discussion.  You do not have to read the book to be involved in the conversations, just come and learn. Pick out some highlights that you have seen working, would like to incorporate, or otherwise inspire you.  RSVP by text to Simone (609.923.3599) f you will be attending.  Seating is limited.
Contact: Simone Heyman, simoneheymanwfpb@gmail.com

Looking ahead:
June Food Series!  RSVP by Monday, 5/23.
Breakfast tastings: Thursday, 6/2 at 11 am
Lunch tastings: Thursday, 6/9 at 11am
Dinner tastings: Thursday 6/16 at 11am


Just Dance

By Kenna Kinsey on August 16, 2021

What: Dance for fun and fitness
When: Tuesdays, 9-10am
Where: Skidaway United Methodist Church, Bailey Hall
What Else:  If you enjoy dancing for fun and fitness, come join us in comfortable workout clothes and shoes.  We will dance to popular hits from the decades and Broadway as well as Latin music.  Gentle standing stretches will complete your workout. A signed waiver will be required for all participants.  Landlovers membership is required and a $2/month fee will be charged to cover insurance.
Contact: Marilee Dalbey (marileedalbey@gmail.com)

Mexican Train Dominoes

By Kenna Kinsey on June 29, 2021

When: Every Tuesday 3:30 – 5:30pm, beginning September 28
: The Byrd Room in Palmetto Clubhouse
How Much
: Free, both women and men can play.
What Else: Because we play in the Palmetto Clubhouse, you must be a member of the Landings Club and Landlovers. You can order drinks/food from the bar. The Byrd Room can have a maximum of 24 players.  If you plan to join us, please bring a set of dominoes if you have one!  We also will be planning some dinner events for players.
Contact: Contact Laurie Milano (lamilano@aol.com)

Landlover Ladies 9 Holers

By Kenna Kinsey on June 29, 2021

What:  Landlover Ladies 9 Hole Golf Group
When:  Tuesdays (Tee times from Chelsea system)
Where:  Varies each week
What Else: Landlover Ladies 9 hole golf welcomes those who have basic understanding of the rules, pace of play and have a GHIN #. Our focus is on having fun with a casual get together afterwards. Please join your fellow LLL9 golfers for the July 12th “You Scramble, I Scramble, We all Scramble for Ice Cream”.  Following the Golf Scramble, we will be enjoying a good old fashioned Ice Cream Social.   Please sign up via the following link:

Sign up for Ice Cream Scramble
Sign up for July Tuesday play
Contact:   Jan Rosenbaum at LandloverLadies9@gmail.com

Coastal Georgia Living

By Kenna Kinsey on April 11, 2021

What: Interior Landscaping, aka House Plants
When: Wednesday, May 4,  9:30 – 11:30
Where: Fellowship Hall at Messiah Lutheran Church
How Much: Annual Club dues are $25 individual or $30 family.  Must be a Landlovers member.  Guests are welcome for $5 fee.
What Else: Allan Bradham, founder and President of Fancy Plants, Inc., will bring 10-12 popular houseplants to discuss the conditions needed to thrive and how to display them for maximum effect. Fancy Plants is a dependable source of outdoor landscape plants and maintains a lovely display of exceptional indoor plants for sale.

Coastal Georgia Living, formerly known as Green Thumb Club, focuses on gardening, wildlife, and the Georgia coastal lifestyle.  Our monthly meetings begin with coffee and socializing, followed by our featured speaker.  Please be environmentally friendly by bringing your own coffee cup.
Contact: Donna Bunn (donnabunn@gmail.com) or Deb Werner (debkwerner@yahoo.com)

Order your nametag here




Singles Co-ed Book Club

By Kenna Kinsey on July 23, 2020

When: 4th Thursday each month beginning 9/23/21, 5:30 pm
Where: Palmetto Clubhouse
Book: TBD
What Else: Come join us!  Leila Dorrian hosts this Month’s meeting.  Please contact Melissa Farrell at Central Dining to make your reservation:  melissa.farrell@landingsclub.com.  Ask to be seated at the Leila Dorrian’s table.  Hope to see you there!  Landings Club membership is required.
Contact: Ray Arnold (rayjarnold@gmail.com) or Marianne Claysmith (claysmith2@aol.com)

Bridging the Gap

By Kenna Kinsey on September 16, 2019

When: We are ready to play again!  Please contact Susan (info below) if you are interested.
This activity is for women who enjoy social bridge.
When: We meet the first Wednesday of each month at 1 pm
Where: Marshwood
What Else: All participants must be members of Landlovers and a Landings Club member to participate, in accordance with Landings Club policy.  Level of play is from advanced beginner to intermediate.  Due to limited space, sign up is required.
Contact: Susan Schneider (susan.schneider629@gmail.com)


Landings Club Guest Policy for Activity Play:

  1. Except as noted below, local guests (who live within 75 miles of The Landings) are not permitted to attend or participate in any activity play, e.g. card play. Activity chairs are responsible for enforcement and the Club reserves the right to deny privileges or impose fees for violations.
  2. Guests participating in a catered meal in conjunction with activity play or certain specified events/tournaments are not subject to the above restrictions.

GTO Girls Time Out

By bhadmin on August 9, 2019

What: Savannah Smiles Dueling Piano Bar Night Out
When: February 24, 2022, Doors open at 7 pm
Where: Savannah Smiles Dueling Piano Bar
How Much: $6 cover fee payable at the door
What Else: RSVP to Eileen by February 11, 2022. Great evening out with great ladies and friends. We will be joining the NN Wilde Women for a fun evening of song, food, drink and just a great time. There is street parking but recommend that you car pool or get rides to and from. Please go to their website to see Bar Menu and information about the bar.


Community Service

By bhadmin on August 9, 2019

What: Community Service Toiletry Collection

Where: Drop-off location is on the front porch at 2 Moonrise Circle (Deer Creek)
What Else: Share your vacation with Social Apostolate, which works with poor, homeless and disabled people in different ways including providing showers for those in need.  Are you traveling and staying at a hotel?  If you have any unused hotel soaps, shampoos or lotions, please bring them back to Savannah.  No mouthwash or larger sized toiletries, please.
Contact: llcommservice@gmail.com, Carol Stiles (carolstiles@gmail.com) or Sue Souls (smsouls@gmail.com)
What: Safe Shelter Casseroles
When: April 19, May 10, May 31 and June 21
Where: Your Home
Cost: Cost of casserole ingredients
Sign-Up and RecipesClick here
What Else:  Do you like to cook?  Do you want to help those in need at the same time?  We can use your help!  Landlovers Community Service is providing casseroles to SAFE Shelter.  This helps give the cooks at SAFE Shelter some time off.  On your assigned day, you would make any casserole you want at your home and we will deliver it to SAFE Shelter for you.  If you are interested in learning more, please email LLcommService@gmail.com to get on our distribution list.  This does not commit you to anything.  When it’s time to recruit volunteers for more casseroles, we will send you an email explaining how it works and how you can sign up for a specific date that works for you.  Since 1979, SAFE Shelter has been Savannah’s only shelter dedicated to victims of intimate partner violence and their underage children.  Click here to learn more about SAFE Shelter.
Contact: If you have any questions or want to sign up for our distribution list, email LLCommService@gmail.com or contact Carol Stiles (carolstiles@gmail.com) or Sue Souls (smsouls@gmail.com).

What: Second Harvest Packing.
:  Tuesday, May 17, 9-11am
Where: America’s Second Harvest Volunteer Center.  Meet at the Methodist Church by 8:15 to carpool leaving no later than 8:30.
What Else: Established in 1981 in Savannah, America’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia is a locally inspired, volunteer driven nonprofit food bank and community partnering organization.  Second Harvest serves as the food safety net for tens of thousands of children, senior citizens, low-income families, and people with disabilities who are at risk of hunger throughout Southern Georgia.  Four times a year, Landlovers Community Service gets together on a Friday morning to provide the volunteer labor to pack boxes for needy families at our local food bank. No skill is required, just a caring heart.  We’d particularly like to encourage any men who have time to join us.  All are welcome, but participants must be members of Landlovers.
Contact: Rebecca Walling (rebeccawalling85@yahoo.com) or  llcommservice@gmail.com