Monday, August 4
Posted on August 4, 2014
Local Weather (Subject to Change!)
Mostly sunshine today with a slight chance of an afternoon shower. Temperatures will reach
85 degrees and winds will be light and variable.
The Basin Harbor Family wishes a very Happy Birthday to James Reed. We Welcome Back Alfred and Ann Stadnicki of Potomac MD to the Stadnicki Family Reunion along with family members David and Wendy Emory of Potomac MD and Deborah Stadnicki of North Quincy MA. We Welcome Mr. and Mrs. Neal Campbell of Ridgefield CT who are visiting us again. We wish all of our guests enjoyable days ahead and hope to see you back again soon.
Escape captain Marty Ferris invites you to indulge in cool aquatic pastimes. Explore the lake and
Otter Creek in a canoe, kayak, Sunfish sailboat or a small outboard. For hours of cool fun ask the harbor crew about reserving the Tidewater 19 foot, seven-person powerboat. Keep cool and enjoy the captain’s interesting narrative on the EScape Cruise. For the true relaxation seeker lounge chairs await,
a cool drink from the Burgee Bar, or if your sweet tooth is calling, a Chocolate or Vanilla Creemee from the Harbor Store.
Another great tennis day! The Collas Tennis Academy invites everyone to participate in week long Daily Clinics and Round Robins and they’re looking forward to seeing Tiny Tots and Juniors.
Blue Chair Day Spa
Relaxing, beautifying and rejuvenating therapies can complete your stay. Choose from Classic Swedish, Aromatherapy, Deep Tissue or Warm Stone Massage. Pamper yourself with a Manicure, Pedicure or Waxing session. Reserve your time at the Concierge Desk
Toby Aronson, classical guitarist, performs in the Main Dining Room this evening.
Wednesday at six, Joss Vandal, your Wine Dinner Series host and Chef Christian combine their talents to introduce you to the Wines of Austria, Spain, Portugal, Argentina, France and California at a Wine Tasting Dinner in the Ranger Room. A true chef’s table. We ask you to reserve your seat before three today as reservations are limited.
The Adirondack Chair
Our own Adirondack Chair celebrates its 105th Anniversary this season as designed by
Allen Penfield Beach, grandfather to Pennie and Bob, in 1909. The first Slatback Adirondack chair was developed in 1885 in Westport, New York, just across the lake. We hope you have enjoyed relaxing in a favorite chair, in a favorite place, in a cozy configuration with family and friends old or new, or in blissful solitude. For memories, think about taking home a small version of “The Chair” from the Breezeway Shop, either Doll, Teddy Bear, Child size or ornamental. Adult sizes can be ordered.