The Sister Act
Date: September 21, 2017
Time: 10:30 AM at Senior Center
Leave: 11:00 AM at Senior Center
Place: Round Barn, Nappanee
Lunch: Round Barn Restaurant at 12:30 PM
Cost: $27.00 for lunch and the play. Transportation is by donation.
RSVP by: September 1, 2017
Divine Musical Comedy Based on the 1992 Blockbuster Film, Starring Whoopi
is Broadway’s smash musical comedy based on the 1992 blockbuster movie starring
Whoopi Goldberg. The musical features all original music by eight-time Oscar
winner Alan Menken (Beauty
and The Beast, The Little Mermaid,) and is filled with toe-tapping
songs, show-stopping dance numbers and a truly touching story. After witnessing
a crime, “Sweaty” Eddie decides that his girlfriend Deloris needs to go into
the witness protection program and sends her to the place he believes the
trigger man will never find her - a convent called The Holy Order of the Little
Sisters of Our Mother of Perpetual Faith. Filled with intrigue, suspense, and
laughter, as well as a toe-tapping score including “Sister Act,” “Spread the
Love Around,” and Take Me to Heaven” keep the audience enthralled with this
wonderful Musical Comedy.
Date: October 24, 2017
Time: 7:30 AM at Senior Center
Leave: 8:00 AM at Senior Center
Place: 4500 Dan Patch Circle,
Lunch: Casino Buffet
Cost: $9.95 for all you can eat buffet
$15.00 for Transporation.
RSVP by: October 10, 2017
Date: November 14, 2017
Time: 8:30 AM at Senior Center
Leave: 9:00 AM at Senior Center
Place: Satek Winery, 6208 N.
Vanguilder Rd., Fremont Indiana 260-495-9463
2435 N. 200 W., Angola Indiana
Cost: Transportation by donation.
RSVP by: November 7, 2017
Winery started as a commercial vineyard, selling grapes to other Indiana
wineries, in 1992. The intent was to eventually open our own winery as a
vineyard was established on land owned by the family on the north end of Lake
James. The land was purchased in 1915 by Pam Satek’s great grandfather
Fred Kreibaum. The land was a working apple orchard for many years, but
had grown wild when the Satek’s started the vineyard in 1992.
for the winery was held in late 1999. The winery opened on June 30, 2001
with Pam, Larry and one part time employee. Satek Winery currently has 24
original wine in 2001 was made from grapes grown in Satek Winery’s Lake James
vineyard. The winery opened with four wines, although eventually 12 wines
would be released during 2001.
vineyard acreage has increased, the winery’s needs have outstripped the growth
and Satek Winery has had to purchase grapes. Most (80%) are from other
Indiana, Michigan and Pennsylvania vineyards to remain as close in character to
our grapes as possible. California grapes are also purchased.
winery was originally designed for 10,000 gal capacity, although nearly 13,000
gal were produced in the last 12 months. With the expansion, production
can be increased to an anticipated 25,000 – 30,000 gal.
Winery has expanded its vineyard from the original 2 acres to 8 acres (4 owned
and 40 contracted). A ton of grapes will produce about 150 gal of
wine. An acre of grapes will produce 3-7 tons of grapes.
planted grapevine will take about 5 years to reach full production, and about 7
years to reach full flavor maturity. Grapevines generally slow down in
production after about 35 years, but may live to be 100 years old, or older.
Winery has had nearly 80% of its wines win medals in the third largest
international wine competition in the US for each of the last three years.
grown on Satek Winery vineyards have won gold medals, and Best in Class awards,
from dry red and white wines to semi-sweet red and white wines.
Satek, an Indiana University graduate, was a teacher, followed by being a
Principal of an Elementary School in the Lutheran School System for 16 years.
Larry Satek holds a Ph.D. in Chemistry and was a research scientist for 23
years, after 7 years of being a college chemistry professor.
Date: December 7, 2017
Time: 4:30 PM at Senior Center
Leave: 5:00 PM at Senior Center
Place: Franke Park, Fort Wayne
Dinner: Golden Corral, Fort Wayne
Cost: Your cost
of the meal and $1.00 for
the Tour of Franke Park. Transportation
RSVP by: November 22, 2017
of Lights is northeast Indiana’s favorite winter holiday event! Proceeds of the
event will support disadvantaged people within the community looking for a
second chance at employment.
drive-through event is situated in Franke Park (adjacent to the Fort Wayne
Children’s Zoo) and transforms the park into a spectacular winter wonderland
with 85 larger-than-life brilliant, animated light displays depicting holiday
scenes with loveable animals, hardworking elves, jolly Santa Claus, fun toys,
excited children and families, and majestic nativity figures. The 1.5 mile
route delights more than 50,000 people annually as they enjoy seeing colorful
displays such as the waving snowman, Santa in his sleigh, a rocking horse,
penguins playing on an iceberg, skaters on a pond, Santa coming down the
chimney, carolers, and a nativity scene, to name a few.