The live Latin Jazz Concert at the Rancho Santa Garden Club is Saturday, Oct. 16, 7-9 p.m. “A Tribute to The Brazilian Masters and The American Songbook” will be performed by a group of San Diego’s most accomplished musicians. If you have forgotten to make reservations or if this is the first you knew about this incredible opportunity then call now and make your reservation. The Garden Club will be set in the intimate cabaret-style and wine and cheese will be served. The ticket cost is $65 per person and you can call the Garden Club at 858-756-1554 and reserve your seats. Master Card and Visa are accepted. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend this lively evening of music and entertainment.
If you have fiends that play the card game of bridge or if you play you know that the game is an obsession! Bridge started in the Middle East but was developed by the British citizens that lived in India where it became popular and then the game quickly found its way to England. Players have enjoyed bridge for several hundred years because it is mentally challenging, competitive, and a game of strategy. The regular monthly meeting of “Potluck Bridge” is the longest running program at The Garden Club.
On Saturday, Oct. 23, the Garden Club is inviting all Bridge players to join Paul Foster and Donna Wood for “Dubious Duplicates, a Bridge Event.” You can bring your own partner, put a table together or a partner will be assigned to you. “The Bridge Event” will be at the Garden Club from 1-4 p.m., $10 for members and $15 for non-members, call for reservations 858-756-1554.
“Dining By Design” the creative guide to entertaining, will be a spectacular, inspiring program on Nov. 10 at the Garden Club. Author and designer Olga Tuchscher Krasnoff will be the presenter for the morning from 9:30 a.m. to noon. Olga is well known in San Diego, as well as across the country, for her artistic and beautiful tabletop designs. Olga’s greatest pleasure is teaching her audience how to turn an ordinary table into an extraordinary work of art! Reservations are being taken now; call 756-1554.