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There are currently 2 active groups that meet regularly in Cinnamon Cove (CC). All residents are more than welcome to participate in any or all of these.

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Book Club 
 2nd Monday from October through April at 10:30am

Members choose the books by narrowing down suggestions. Books chosen are from various genres that enlighten and provoke thought and discussion. All are welcome to attend.Books for the upcoming months will be posted on the bulletin board in meeting room A as well as the online calendar.
Click on this link for this year's CC Book Club Members reading list.

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Cinnamon Cove Book Club will be taking a field trip on Monday February 11, 2019.  Members and guests will meet at the clubhouse parking lot at 10:00AM. Each Car going into the Park will be charged $5.  We will carpool to the Koreshen’s State Park and meet in the Art Hall at 10:30AM.  A discussion of the book The Allure of Immortality an American Cult: (Korsheans) A Florida Swamp and a Renegade Prophet by Lyn Millner. A Park Docent will be with us and guide us on a tour of the Park after the book discussion.  If non-members of the book club would like to read the book, copies are available at Lee County Library.  We welcome others in Cinnamon Cove to join this field trip.  Any questions call Judy Frisch 660-438-0100.

Special Discussion

There will be a special discussion February 25 at 1:00PM of the book “The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane”   using Skype with the author Lisa See at the clubhouse in room A.   Members an/ or people attending need to have their questions ready for the author before attending. If you want to attend, please contact Judy Frisch 660-438-0100. 

Computer Club

The Computer Club meets at the Clubhouse on the first and third Saturday of each month at 10:00 AM, from mid-December through April. The experience level of members ranges from novice to semi-expert. Since we are all "learners", don't shy away from attending a meeting. The club's purpose is to have everyone share their knowledge with those who will benefit from such sharing. Various topics are discussed through a prepared presentation at each meeting, with time for questions and general "socializing" afterward. The Computer Club newsletter CinnamonBark is available by email to all community residents by request toCinnamonBark2014@gmail.com.

 Click here for the notes and schedule for the 2018-2019 season