From 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Scott Club members will offer treats to South Haven trick or treaters.
We offer many diverse programs, which are open to all. Programs are held at the Scott Club building at 1:00 and are free of charge unless otherwise specified. Programs are typically held in the upstairs meeting room and followed by refreshments served in the lower level. For those with mobility limitations, the programs are projected onto a flat screen with audio in the lower level.
By Blair Bates One of Scott Club’s large, fragile ceiling medallions fell victim to storm and water damage, literally looking like part of the ceiling was falling. Blair Bates from Building Restoration, Inc. will take us through the process his team used to restore the medallion to like-new condition. This promises to be a fascinating program! Tea following program.
By Dr. Michael Vasko Dr. Vasko will discuss the potential benefits and risks of using cannabinoids, the major active drugs in marijuana. He also will discuss the potential advantages and perils of the legalization of marijuana. Tea following program.
11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. This long-standing South Haven tradition coincides with the opening of Mistletoe Market at the South Haven Center for the Arts. Enjoy a hearty soup, beverage and dessert and the camaraderie of friends and neighbors. Lunch to go will be available.
By Lynn Lyon Local actress Lynn Lyon will read Jane Gardam’s The Zoo at Christmas. All are invited for this holiday treat! Tea following program.