Monthly Archives: September 2012

Alzheimer’s: Learn More and Join a Support Group in Civano

Do you know the warning signs of Alzheimer’s?
The warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease are often dismissed as side effects of normal aging. If you or someone you know is experiencing memory loss or behavioral changes, perhaps it’s time to learn the facts.

Early detection can provide the opportunity to explore […]

Civano Neighbors Neighborhood Association News — Save the Dates!

Your Civano Neighbors Neighborhood Associationleadership team has been busy looking ahead to the “new year,” if you are attuned to the year beginning with the new school year. Please note the following events and put them on your calendar, while understanding that there may be changes. It is useful to […]

Civano Movie Group Goes Bollywood: 2012/2013 Schedule

A Taste of India is the theme for the 2012/2013 Civano Movie Nights, scheduled for the third Wednesday of the month beginning in October.

Dust off your Nehru jacket or dig out your bangle bracelets, and be sure to join the movie mavens on October 17th for the first in […]

September 16, 2012|Activities|0 Comments|

Harriet’s Café Opening Soon, Civano Exercise Studio Now Open

By Susan Hamilton
Harriet’s Café, Near the Civano Neighborhood Center
How many times have we heard, “If only Civano had a coffee shop!” It’s been more than ten years since there was a coffee shop in our neighborhood, but the wait is almost over. Harriet’s Café hopes to open by early […]

A Walk on Civano’s Wild Side

By Susan Becque

It was a cool, crisp October day when I decided to take a morning walk with my mini-dachshund, Sadie. I put on some sun screen, my straw hat, and attached Sadie’s leash to her collar. Off we went for our stroll.

We walked about a mile enjoying the […]

New at the Movies: Beasts of the Southern Wild, and Take This Waltz

By Rich and Ann Bates

From time to time words fail to provide clear definition in describing what is seen or read, so it must be that emotion from the heart.

Such a moment occurred while viewing Beasts of the Southern Wild, a visionary, magical film from director Benh Zeitlin. And […]

Good Eats: Agustin Brasserie at Mercado San Agustin

By Rich and Ann Bates

This column has been dedicated to less expensive eats, but this month, after a visit to Agustin Brasserie, recommended by Jane and Win Hallet, we have changed course. In fact, one visit led to another — and another new guilty pleasure!

Agustin Brasserie opened the end […]

September 5, 2012|Articles, Reviews|0 Comments|

Sunday Soup Suppers are Up and Running!

By Rich and Ann Bates

Many thanks to Judyth Willis and Sue Nedrow for reviving the community soup suppers last year on a regular basis, with community members like Rick and Linda Hanson stepping in to find speakers. For those of you who missed these events, many were standing-room only, […]

Civano Horseshoe Pit is Here

By Jerry Walker

About a month ago, six devoted male members of the coffee group that meets Monday, Wednesday. and Friday assembled by the Community Garden to construct the first-ever community horseshoe pit. The construction crew, led by Ron Canady and composed of Mel Harrington, Jerry Walker, Mark Levine, Bob […]

Bocce Ball Court Rolls In

By Jerry Walker

The Civano Horseshoe Pits, otherwise known as the CHP, have been installed: check them out next to the Civano Community Garden.

Recently we began work on the Civano Bocce Ball Court, affectionately known as the CBBC, also located next to the Garden. Everything has initials now days to […]