March 2015 - Kings Point

March 2015
News & Previews of Upcoming Attractions in Kings Point
Superstar Jim Stafford
Entertains Kings Point!
Critically acclaimed as the "Victor Borge of the Guitar,",
Jim creates hilarious antics from everyday life – out of his mind and into your heart!
Appearing March 16 in the Kings Point Borini Theatre.
Please see pp. 16-17 for more information about the Series, a Kings Point tradition.
Send submissions to:
[email protected]
March 2015
Published by
‘here for you!’
Editor: Michael Crook
Federation Office
COA Office
Box Office
Front Gate
South Gate
Main Club
South Club
Palm Court Café
387-3482 / Orders 387-3463
Spa Serenity
Main Club Fitness
South Club Fitness
Le Perk Café
Lost & Found
Master Association
First Service
Transportation Office
Front Gate Visitor Access
[email protected]
Free Tax Preparation By IRS Trained Counselors
At the Kings Point Main Clubhouse.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
ke appointments during OPEN hours at 938-8959. Walk-Ins welcome. Bring photo
I.D., your Social Security Card and last year’s tax return, if available..
RFEC Vacancies
There are three (3) unit ownerresident vacant positions with
each serving a two (2) year term
on the Recreational Facilities Executive Committee beginning
April 1, 2015.
If you are interested, you may
apply for the resident seat vacancy in Regions III, IV or V by
submitting a cover letter and resume to Liz Argott, Federation
Secretary, and put it in the Federation Mailbox in the President’s mailroom or email
[email protected]
by February 27, 2015.
Federation Update
Events Affecting Kings Point
The World is Changed
By Your Example—
Not Your Opinion….
-Paulo Coelho
Jim Haggerty, President
Federation Board of Directors Elections….
The 2015 Federation of Kings Point Annual Meeting and Election of Directors will be held on Friday,
March 27, 2015 at 9:30 am in the Kings Point North Clubhouse, Borini Theatre. There are a total of five
(5) vacancies, four are for a two (2) year term and one is for a (1) year term. Elections will be held in
District II, III, IV, V, and VI. The Directors will be elected by a plurality vote according to the ballots
tallied at the annual meeting. Qualification for the position of Federation Director is that the candidate
must be an Owner within a Kings Point Member Association within the District for which they are
applying at the time of nomination and during the entire duration of the term of office.
To place a name in nomination or to declare your own intention to run, you must complete and sign a
Nomination and Certification Form and submit the form no later than 4:00 pm on Wednesday, February
18, 2015.
District II
District III
District IV
District V
District VI
Maureen Hamilton
Gitano “Tom” Barba
James Haggerty
Marty O’Neill
Wayne Musholt
Eligible to Run Again
Term Limited
Term Limited
Eligible to Run Again
Eligible to Run Again
ELECTION DISTRICT II (1-Year Term): Cambridge A, B, C, E, F, H, I, J, K, L and M,
Canton Court D, Dorchester A, B, C and D, Gloucester A, B, C and D, Knolls I, II and III.
ELECTION DISTRICT III (2-Year Term): Gloucester E, F,G, H, J, K, L, M, N, P,
Highgate A, B, C, D, E, F, Idlewood, Princeton, Quail Pass.
ELECTION DISTRICT IV (2-Year Term) Highgate II, III,IV, Lancaster I, III.
ELECTION DISTRICT V (2-Year Term) Lancaster II, IV, Radison I, II, Southampton I, II, Tremont I,
II, Worthington, Yorkshire.
ELECTION DISTRICT VI (2-Year Term) Manchester I, II, III, IV, Nantucket I, II, III.
Incumbents not up for election in 2015: Bill Piper (District I), Mike Bardell (District VII), Liz Argott
(District VIII), and Mary Ann Meeker (District IX)
Safety & Security
ings Point’s Security Department
constantly strives to maintain the
duty and honor of securing the safest community in Hillsborough
Throughout the years, the Kings Point Security
Department has implemented many changes and has
faced numerous challenges to continue to keep Kings
Point residents out of harm’s way. The growing number of homes and increasing resident and visitor
counts has added an additional factor that generates
even another level to the challenges facing security.
In an effort to provide the best community
safety, various security methods will be added and/or
updated during the next six months. As these changes
are put into service we ask for your patience, support
and appreciation in helping us to create the safest environment for all residents.
The combined efforts of Kings Point’s Security
and Kings Point residents will provide the community with the best outcome at meeting our goal: staying the safest community in Hillsborough County.
One concern I have is the over use of the 30-day
passes. When a resident requests a 30-day pass, they
are giving their visitor complete access to Kings Point
for 30 days. These passes are helpful for residents to
avoid multiple calls to the gates and are appropriate
for family, close friends and medical personnel, etc.,
who frequently visit the designated resident’s location throughout the month. Not all visitors have the
same concern for the community’s safety as your family. We have found 30-day passes that have been issued to visitors on the ground outside of the Kings
Point Community.
When a 30-day pass is issued to cleaning
services, handyman services, taxi services, landscape companies and other services,that are not
exclusively intended for the resident’s call-in location, cause a possible security threat to all residents. Residents who call in the visitor 30-day
pass request are ultimately responsible for the
community access for that visitor. Visitors who
ask residents to issue a 30-day pass based on “our
other visits” are placing the call-in resident in a
difficult and responsible position.
Residents are asked to be conservative with
all 30-day pass requests. If any questionable situations do occur, please contact the security department. You can call in any visitor request 7 days in
advance (634-2063) or use our e-mail address at
[email protected]
Joe Burt is Kings Point’s Director of Security
Clubs & Organizations
Feb. 11: Kings Point’s new ‘Fan Club,’ meets monthly
from noon to 3 p.m. in the KPCH Banquet Room, an opportunity to spend time with neighbors while making new
friends. Bring your own brown bag lunch and a beverage
to the meetings, where there will be games, themed programs, and donated magazines, books and coupons available for members to take home. Information: Jean Becker,
813-633-2615 or Jo-Ellen Bromberg, 813-922-4984.
February 12: Eagle Audubon Society invites members
and non-members to its monthly meeting. Speaker George
Ingram, Herpetologist, presents “Snakes of Hillsborough
County and Sun City Center”. Refreshments, social time
and trip sign-up begin at 1:20 in the Banquet Room and
the meeting follows at 2:00 PM.
Feb. 14: KP Pennsylvania Club holds its Valentine Party
from 5-9 p.m. in the Borini Theatre. Bill Stabile will entertain with the Sounds of Sinatra. Menu by Banquet Masters. Tickets on sale at Main Clubhouse Jan. 21 & 28, Feb.
4 and 9, from 10-noon. Members $25, non-members $30.
Feb 15: KP Baby Boomers’ Valentine Dance – Enjoy an
evening with us in the Borini Theater 6:30-9:30 pm, and
dance to the music of Flashback. Members $10/Guests
$12. Tickets will be sold in the KPCH lobby Noon until 2
pm: Jan 28 (Wed), Jan 31 (Sat), Feb 4 (Wed), Feb 7 (Sat).
Members $10/Guests $12. BYOB, Set-ups & Snacks. Questions: 813-634-0792
Feb. 17: Jameson Greens Drive Mardi Gras Golf Cart
Parade. Leaving Jameson promptly at 1 p.m. Decorated
Golf Carts will parade through these associations: Lyndhurst-Maplewoood-Nottingham-Oakley-PortsmithGrantham-Inverness-Corinth-Acadia-South Club HouseKensington.
Feb. 17: The Jewish Club presents A Tribute to President’s Day with ‘Shows to Go’, a fantastic group of talented dancers, singers and comedians. KPCH Banquet
Room, 6:30 p.m. Desserts will be served. For details on
reservations and payment, please call Simone Shaw,
813.922.4191. Reservations must be received by Feb. 12.
Feb. 19-20: The 2015 KPAL Annual Art Show, “Homage
Aux Artistes” – (tribute to the artists) is coming up on
Thursday, February 19th and Friday, February 20th. Mark
your calendars to stop by the Banquet Room in the North
Clubhouse from 10am until 4pm to view the KPAL Artist's accomplishments, talents, techniques, and passions.
We will have raffle tickets available for charity, with a
chance to win 3 outstanding paintings. Also, be sure to
vote for YOUR favorite painting for People’s Choice
Award and Peer Award. Our Judge this year is Laura
Avery from Ringling Museum of Art.
Feb. 20: Samaritan Services Benefit at 6 p.m. in the SCC
Community Hall. 1910 S. Pebble Beach Blvd. Featuring
Riverview High School Vision Show Chorus and more!
Desserts, Coffee, BYOB. $12 to benefit Samaritan Services.
February 21: Eagle Audubon Society presents the second
in the series of adventure films “America’s Parklands”
narrated by its distinguished photographer Gray Warriner. 7:30 PM in the Borini Theater. Tickets are available
at the Kings Point Clubhouse Box Office. Individual tickets $8.00.
Feb. 22: The Canadian Club sponsors a Golf Day. It will
be a shotgun start at Kings Point Golf Club at 9 a.m. There
will be a $10 golf charge for non-ClubLink players and $10
charge to everyone for the dinner to be held at 5 p.m. in
the Borini Theater. Dinner participants are asked to bring
a dessert for 4 to 6 people, a plate, cutlery, BOYB. Tickets
in the Borini Theater on Jan. 12th at 2-4 p.m. or contact Ed
at 260-3195.
Feb. 23: Michigan Club Pizza Party, (pizza, beer, pop and
salad provided) 5-10 p.m. in the KPCH Borini Theatre.
Tickets sold Tuesdays 9-noon in the KPCH Lobby. $10
members, $12 non-members.
March 3: The New York Club will be having their St. Patrick’s Day party at 5:00 PM in the Kings Point Borini
Room. Food catered by Banquet Masters. Music by
Gari. Cost $18.50 for members $22.50 for guests. For further information please contact Frank Gatto at 633-8942.
March 8: Rockin' Thru the Years Dance Club dance, 7-10
p.m. in the Kings Point Borini Theater. Music by The New
Travelers Band. Tickets are $5. Buy your tickets Feb. 10th,
17th, and 24th and March 3rd in the Kings Point South
Clubhouse Palm Court Cafe 11 am to 2 pm. You may
bring your own snacks and the dance is BYOB. Cups,
Napkins, Water and Ice are provided. More information:
Sandi at [email protected]
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March 10: The Jewish Club presents ‘Mystery Game Night.”
6:30 p.m., KPCH Banquet Room. Deli sandwiches, sides and
desserts served. Contact Simone Shaw for information on reservations and payment, 922-4191.
March 10: The Italian Club will have an free ice cream social for
it’s Election Night. This is for 2015 paid up members ONLY. 6
p.m., KPCH Borini. Elections at 6:30 PM. Reservations needed.
To reserve your place, please call Tom Barba at 633-0264.
March 17: The Michigan Club presents its annual St. Patrick’s
Dinner Dance, 5-10 p.m. in the KPCH Borini Theatre.
March 19: Eagle Audubon presents “Loving and Living With
Animals — Saving Endangered Species” with Kay Rosaire,
owner of Big Cat Habitat and Gulf Coast Sanctuary in Sarasota.
March 20: Jazz Lovers Group will be listening to the development of jazz as cool jazz gives rise to many new styles and
rhythms with Latin and Cuban leading the way. We will be
meeting in the KPCH Ripple Room 2-4 PM Contact Bill Ferron
938-3571, [email protected]
March 22: KP Baby Boomers’ Caribbean Night. Dress for the
“Islands” and dance to Alpha Steel in true Caribbean “style”.
KPCH Borini Theater 6:30-9:30 pm. Tickets will be sold in the
KPCH lobby Noon to 2 pm: Mar 4 (Wed), Mar 7 (Sat), Mar 11
(Wed). Members $10/ Guests $12. BYOB, Set-ups & Snacks. Contact KarenJean 813-634-0792 for info.
March 25: KP Pennsylvania Club presents ‘Back to the Dean
Martin Show,’ 5-9 p.m., KPCH Borini. BYOB. Catering by Suncoast Caterers.
March 25: Krafters Spring Sale to be held in the Kraft Room
from 9 a.m. to noon.
March 28: The Heartland Club hosts a Pot-Luck dinner at 5
p.m., KPCH Banquet Room. Former or current residents of Minnesota, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri and Kansas
are all invited. Members free; $2 for non-members. Meat and
coffee or tea provided. Guestsasked to BYOB and a salad, side
dish or dessert for 8-10. Reservations must be made by March
25 by e-mailing Sylvia at [email protected]
March 30: Kings Point Tennis Club Luau, 6-10 p.m. in the
KPCH Banquet Room. Music by “ELLA and TJ” who specialize
in luau entertainment. Dinner includes bbq pork, cole slaw, appetizers, dessert and more. BYOB, door prizes, 50/50, and leis!
All welcome. Tickets $20; $25 nonmembers, sold at the courts.
The Billiard Club has three regular 8-Ball Tournaments each
month open to everyone interested. One is a competitive 8-Ball
Tournament held each 2nd Wednesday of every month at
6:00pm (next two are February 11th and March 11th). The
next 8-Ball Tournament is held on the fourth Tuesday of
every month at 9:00 am (next two will be on February 24th
and March 24th). The new one is the Dutch Mixed Doubles
8-Ball tournament to be held on the 3rd Thursday of every
month at 6 pm (next two will be Feb. 19 and March 19).
Canadian Social Evenings will be held in the Loft at the
South Club, from 7 to 9 pm, each 1st and 3rd Monday of
the month. Enjoy a beverage, chat, and meet other Canadians. Starts January 5th and goes to April 20th. Contact
Nancy Morton for further details, 938-1498.
Kings Point Ceramic Club has reinstated Friday classes for
the season from 8:30 to 11:00am. Thursday classes remain
the same from 9-3 pm. Classes are in the craft room and are
open to all Kings Point and Sun City Center residents and
their guests. Call Florence, 634-7320, or Mary Anne, 6438747.
Kings Point Bingo: Doors open at 11 a.m. Thursdays, with
papers on sale from 11:30-12:30. First game starts at 12:45
p.m. Saturdays & Sundays, doors open at 4 p.m. with papers on sale from 5-6:30 p.m. First game starts at 6:45 p.m.
The TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Florida 845 club
meets every Thursday from 8:15 a.m.-10:00 a.m. in the
Kings Point South Club Jubilee 3 Room. Join us for weightloss support and wellness education. First meeting free,
then join with annual membership.
Taoist Tai Chi: Classes offered Mon. and Fri., 9:30-11:00
a.m.; Saturdays 10:30-12:00 p.m., KPCH Studio.
Feline Folks Feline Folks is in great need of feeders. We
feed daily. If you would like to take a test ride to learn
more about the process, contact us at 813-545-7611.
Economic Information Club meets the second and fourth
Wednesdays of each month at 3:30 PM in the Atrium room,
Kings Point North Clubhouse. Speakers provide education
on the types of market activities which will help members
manage their investments. Don Fletchal, 813-938-3215
The Diversity Group meets the third Thursday at 10 a.m.
in the KPCH Atrium room. All walks of life are welcome!
[email protected]
KP SCC Travel Club meets the 2nd Sunday of every
month at 2:00 p.m. in the KPCH Card Room. All welcome!
The Kings Point Pickleball Club plays 7 days a week at
the south club courts from 3 pm to dark. Club dues are $10
annually to be paid at the annual meeting in January. If
interested in participating come to the courts, we have paddles and balls for new players to use.
Kings Point Events
South Club & Palm Court
Surf & Turf Dinner
Friday, March 6th
6:00 pm - Seating
Upscale dining with Tables of 4
The Loft
$26.00 all inclusive
Tickets @ Box Office or KPSC
Prime Rib Dinner
Friday, March 27th
6:00 p.m. - Seating
Full Bar Service
Jubilee Hall
$16.50 all inclusive
Tickets @ KPSC or Box Office
Mixed Greens and Gorgonzola Salad
(Gorgonzola, Dried Cherries, Raisins, Grapes,
Toasted Walnuts, Apples Julienne and Honey Cider
Grilled Flat Iron Steak and Shrimp Scampi
Baked Apple Crisp
Coffee or Iced Tea
Choice of a glass of House Wine or Draft Beer
Caesar Salad
Roast Prime Rib of Beef, Au Jus
Twice Baked Potato, Steamed Vegetable
New York Style Cheesecake
Coffee or Iced Tea
(Prime Rib cooked to “Medium Doneness”)
Lunch - 11:00 am - 3:30 pm
Dinner - 4:00 pm - 10 pm
Palm Court Menu
Soups & Salads
Pizza & Wings
Sandwiches & Daily Specials
Steaks & Seafood
Wines, Cocktails, Craft Beer...
Talk of the Town
Palm Court Restaurant
 Heart Healthy Menu ♥
 Every Wednesday
 Eat in or Take out.
 Call 813-387-3463 to order
How to Order Food in the Palm Court
From dine-in to take out, it's easy to get your favorite Palm Court menu
selections anytime.
1. Place your food order & pay at the order
2. Vesta Chefs will prepare your food fresh per your request.
3. Our food runners will deliver the prepared order to your table.
4. Fresh food is worth the wait of about 30-35 minutes during peak lunch
and dinner service, 11 to 1 pm & 5-8pm
5. Bartenders will take food orders for residents seated at the PC Bar.
Singles Table available at each special dinner.
Reservations closed 72 hours prior to the event.
Fat Tuesday Fete
March 3rd, 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 pm
Music by Al Foreman
Palm Court Menu Specials
Seafood Gumbo
Bourbon Bread Pudding
Jubilee Hall
St. Patrick’s Weekend Celebration
Saturday through Tuesday
March 14th to Tuesday 17th
Palm Court Bar & Jubilee Hall
Traditional Irish Fare
Black & Tan, Irish Whiskey...
Table numbers pre-assigned by the South Club.
Events subject to cancellation based on participation.
Monthly Dinner
Tues., March 24
5:15 p.m.
KPCH Banquet Room
March Menu:
Tossed Salad, Pork Loin
and Gravy, Oven Roasted
Potatoes, Vegetable, Dessert
Iced Tea and Coffee
$10.50 (includes tax)
Available at KPCH Box Office
Palm Court Bar
March 14th, 15th, 16th & 17th
A weekend of Irish Flavor
Guinness, Black & Tan, Irish Whisky
Palm Court Restaurant & Bar
All Day
Traditional Irish Fare
March 17th
Karaoke Irish Style
Fat Tuesday Fete
March 3rd, 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 pm
Music by
Al Foreman
Palm Court Specials
Seafood Gumbo
Bourbon Bread Pudding
Jubilee Hall
Borini Theatre Presents:
Showtimes: 2:00 p.m. & 7:30 p.m.
**2:00 p.m. show will have Closed Captioning**
Tickets: $1.50 –Available at the KPCH Box Office
Monday, March 23
The Judge
Big city lawyer Hank Palmer returns to his childhood
home where his father, the town's judge, is suspected of
murder. Hank sets out to discover the truth and, along the
way, reconnects with his estranged family.
Stars: Robert Downey Jr., Robert Duvall
Rated: R
Runtime: 141 minutes
It’s time to
In conjunction with the annual “Ring in the S
we will hold an Open House Celeb
Friday, M
10 a.m. -2
KPCH Front Lawn an
Food Trucks
Farmer’s Market
Live Music
Visit with Local Businesses
KP Clubs, Groups and Orgs
(Club leaders, if you would like to register
for a table, please see either business office.)
Spring 2015” Kings Point Community Festival,
bration for your new 2020 Centre!
March 20
2 p.m.
nd the 2020 Centre
Join us as we celebrate a project
10 years in the making!
11 a.m.-Dedication and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Followed by small group tours of the building
And much more!
The Federation Board has approved an increase in the daily guest pass fee to
$2.50 for the guests of Kings Point residents.
When does it go into effect? April 6, 2015
Who needs to purchase a guest pass? Guests of residents who are invited to enjoy the Kings Point
amenities will need to purchase the appropriate guest pass at either Clubhouse. The Amenities include the Main
Clubhouse, South Club and future 2020 Centre, as well as, the outdoor recreational facilities like lawn
bowling, pools, pickle ball, tennis and shuffleboard.
Who does not need to purchase a guest pass? Guests do not need a pass while dining in one of the
clubhouse cafes, when receiving spa services or while attending a ticketed event in the theatre. Non-resident
dues paying members of Kings Point Clubs and Organizations do not need a pass to attend club meetings and
Where can I purchase a guest pass? Guest passes may be purchased during regular business hours, M-F
8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. at the KPCH Box Office or South Club Concierge, or with Clubhouse Security during evening and weekend hours.
The Security staff will be checking in all areas for guest pass compliance so please remind your guests to
have the pass available and if possible, visible at all times while enjoying the amenities. If you have any
questions, please contact General Manager Matt Permuth at 387-3485.
Kings Point Friends
and Neighbors Club
(The FAN Club)
Presents a Concert & Dance Party
with Tom & Michelle, ‘Latitude’
Wednesday, April 22, 7-10 p.m.
In the Borini Theatre
Music of their Concert Series
 Popular Dance Music
Original ‘Coastal’ Party Music
BYOB & Snacks Setups Provided
Reserved Tables
Tickets $15 plus tax
Kings Point Clubhouse Box Office
1st & 3rd Tuesday Each Month
March 3 & 17
8 a.m.-2 p.m. in the KPCH
Parking Lot
2015 Kings Point
Lip Sync Show
Tickets on
sale NOW
for 2 p.m.
show ONLY!
Fri., Feb. 20
2 & 6 p.m.
“Cant miss
event of
the year!”
$7.50 at
For the latest updates, visit kin
*NOTE: “KPCH” is the
main clubhouse; “KPSC” is
 Pool Deck Cookout,
the South Club. All out11 events,
a.m. toincluding
4 p.m.,
pool cookouts, will be canceled in bad weather.
Some may be canceled
due to lack of interest.
Newcomers Coffee,
9 a.m., KPCH Banquet
Pool Deck Cookout,
11 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
Series Show: Dulap
and Pennington, 7:30
p.m., KPCH Borini
Pool Deck Cookout,
11 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
 St. Patrick’s Weekend
Celebration, KPSC
Pool Deck Cookout,
11 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
Pool Deck Cookout,
11 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
Movie: ‘The Judge,’
2 & 7:30 p.m., KPCH
Karaoke & Tacos,
KPSC, 5 p.m.
 Monthly Dinner, 5:15
p.m., KPCH Banquet
Series Show: The
Ditchfield Family Singers, 7:30 p.m., KPCH
Borini Theatre
Federation B
a.m., KPCH
Farmer’s Market, 8-2
 RFEC meetin
p.m., KPCH Parking Lot
a.m., KPCH
 St. Patrick’s Day
 Line Dance P
Celebration, all day,
p.m., KPCH
KPSC Palm Court
Security Awareness,
1 p.m. KPCH Fiber Arts
 Karaoke & Tacos,
KPSC, 5 p.m.
Series Show: The Jim
Stafford Show, 7:30
p.m., KPCH Borini
 St. Patrick’s Weekend
Celebration, KPSC
Farmer’s Market, 8-2
 COA meets a
p.m., KPCH Parking Lot
KPCH Banqu
 Fat Tuesday Fete, KPSC  Queen’s Lun
Jubilee, 6-9 p.m.
Noon, KPCH
Karaoke & Tacos,
KPSC, 5 p.m.
at 7 p.m.,
uet Room
H Borini
Rock’n Rendezvous,
5 p.m., KPSC Jubilee
April Pointer
 Kings Point Follies, 7
p.m., KPCH Borini
 Surf & Turf dinner, 6
p.m., KPSC Jubilee
Board, 9:30  Rockin Rendezvous,
Card Room
5 p.m., KPSC Jubilee
ng, 9:30
Card Room
Party, 7
Series Show: Joey Dee &
The Starliters, 7:30 p.m.,
KPCH Borini Theatre
Rockin Rendezvous,
5 p.m., KPSC Jubilee
Country Night Dance,
KPSC Jubilee, 5 p.m.
Pool Deck Cookout,
11 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
 St. Patrick’s Weekend
Celebration, KPSC
Community Festival
 Pool Deck Cookout,
and Open House for
11 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
the 2020 Centre, KPCH
lawn, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
 Friday Night Fever, 610 p.m., KPSC
Pool Deck Cookout,
11 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
 Kings Point Follies,
1:30 & 7 p.m., KPSC
Fed. Membership Mtg.,
9:30 a.m., KPCH Borini
 Prime Rib Dinner,
KPSC, 6 p.m. Jubilee
Florida Lottery Is Now
Available at the KPCH
Drop by during Box
Office hours and enjoy
the convenience!
Pool Deck Cookout,
11 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
* Note: ‘KPCH’ is the Main
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Drop by during
Office hours and enjoy
or the
of interest.
Kings Point
Journey back to the 50s and 60s as your friends and
neighbors perform some of the era’s greatest hits!
Fri., March 6 at 7 p.m.
Sat., March 7 at 1:30 & 7:00 p.m.
KPCH Borini Theatre
Tickets: $14
KPCH Box Office
Main Clubhouse
Residents Only:
Friday, February 27 from 4-6 p.m.
Shop an
goods, c iques, sporting
lothes, fu
ware, bo rniture,
much m oks, and
Open to KP & SCC Residents:
Saturday, February 28 9-1 p.m.
Borini Theatre E/W Room
Banquet Room Craft Room
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In the KPCH Lobby from 10 a.m.-NOON
$25 Members/$30 Guests
Everyone is
welcome at a FREE
line dance social
party Wednesday,
March 18, 2015
at 7 p.m. in the
Borini Theatre
This month’s theme is:
‘St. Patrick’s Day’
No ticket needed!
Open to Kings
Point and
SCC residents and
Instructor & D.J.
Jan Ulics
Get them answered every Tuesday
through Friday 10 a.m.—2 p.m. in the
KPCH Lobby
We’re Going Places
A Free Ride
All Kings Point residents are eligible to ride Hart Line Bus Route 53 LX free
of charge just by showing your Kings Point badge.
Hart Line Bus Service
Kings Point Tram services to every resident and house guest!
KP Tram Services
If using the tram from the clubhouse, transportation office MUST be notified before quarter-past the hour and
you must be present in the foyer by 25 minutes past the hour.
Internal Tram Service:
Mon-Fri on the half hour
Shuttles residents, lessees and their guests to ALL locations within the community.
If you want to attend an event at the North Clubhouse, South Clubhouse, visit
Minto’s new model homes, Nantucket Pool or you simply want to visit a friend, call 387-3470.
External Tram Service:
Mon-Fri on the hour
There are over 20 local stops our drivers take residents, lessees and their guests outside of Kings Point. They
include shopping centers, doctors offices and hospitals. These routes occur on an hourly basis Monday
through Friday from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Just call 387-3470 to schedule your pick-up!
Saturday Transportation
“The Lunch Bunch/Shopping Service” travels between 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. to different
restaurants and shopping centers. Sunday Services: Local Church Service routes are available. NOTE ON
NEW BINGO SCHEDULE: A Special Tram runs between 5 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., to and from the Main Clubhouse, for Bingo. Please note that the tram will now be departing the Main Clubhouse at 5 p.m. for Bingo.
Upcoming Active Adult Field Trips
Feb. 11
Feb. 13
March 13
March 18
Big Bend
Goodson’s Strawberry Farm
Goodson’s Strawberry Farm
Big Bend
11 a.m. departure from KPCH
1 p.m. departure from KPCH
1 p.m. departure from KPCH
11 a.m. departure from KPCH
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Fitness & Wellness
Resident Services
Vesta offers Resident Services to Kings Point
residents & guests. Call Nanette Leggett, 387-3449.
Menu of Services
Referral suggestions for services.
Hearing specialist to check ears and
hearing aids every 1st & 3rd Friday, 1011 a.m., in the KPCH Professional Services Center.
Free notary services are available at the
Kings Point South Club.
Blood pressure screening in Kings Point
Faxing is available in both the Main and
South clubhouse Cyberspace computer
is now being
provided by
10-11 a.m.
Stop by to see them
in the Kings Point
Main Clubhouse lobby
Professional Services Center .
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