This week at the Club

It was a Great Father’s Day at your Club.


It wasn’t a great day as far as weather went on Father’s Day but the Lobster Bake was a huge success. Nearly 90 Dads and family members enjoyed a great meal at the club.


And so it begins:

School is almost out for the summer. That said, we will start our season a little early and the pool season will be in full swing soon. So weather permitting, we will start our full-time summer pool schedule of 12 to 8, seven days a week beginning Monday, June 24th.


This week’s schedule (Weather Permitting)


Wednesday Dinner served from Snack bar for remainder of the season

Thursday Grill Night Bar at 5, Coals hot by 6 pm

Friday Pool and Bar open 3 pm, ala carte Menu in Club Restaurant from 6 pm

Saturday Water Aerobics Returns 11 am Pool and Snack Bar 12 to 8, Bar too

Sunday Adult Swim at 11 am. Pool, Snack Bar and Bar from Noon to 8.


This Thursday, June 20th is the Jr. Sailing Boat Check & Swim Team Barbeque at 6pm

Our Sailing Instructors will be on hand to inspect all the boats prior to the start of the program. Afterwards, Sailors and Swimmers will be treated to a beachside barbeque with burgers, dogs, and soda.  The Barbeque is for the sailors and swimmers; adults are welcome to participate in Grill Night. The bar will be open and the coals hot on our big grill by the flagpole at 6:00pm. Hope you can join us. Please call the office to reserve a spot for the kids at their BBQ.  The evening includes a mandatory parents meeting.


Do you have a child in the Children’s Summer Program? Well, join us Sunday June 30th for a little fun and ice cream. The Annual Children’s Summer Program Ice Cream Social will be held next Sunday from noon to 2.  All the counselors will be here.  Come and do some crafts and have a sweet treat. Please contact the office and let us know if you are coming. Monday is the big day for all of our Kids Summer Programs to begin.


Saturday Morning Ideal 18 Beginners’ classes are underway. This program is for beginners or sailors who are unfamiliar with the Ideal 18s. The program involves both some classroom training as well as on the water training.  Any adult member may participate.  Taught by club members, this class teaches the fundamentals of sailing, as well as how to handle the Ideal 18s.  After a few weeks of classes and practice, you may get certified to be able to sail the Ideals on your own. Classes are held Saturday mornings from 9 to 12 and run through July. As a reminder, if you didn’t make a class yet, don’t worry, members can jump in any time.


Ladies Sailing has also begun and will continue every Tuesday evening at 6pm at the Club. No experience necessary.  There is always room to jump onboard and enjoy a peaceful night on the water.  We can’t guarantee favorable winds, but we can provide libations. 


Thursday is Grill Night — Grab your favorite recipes and head to the club. Grill nights will take place every Thursday night through the end of June, then Tuesdays and Thursdays for the remainder of the summer. Enjoy a nice meal on the deck or the beach, and watch the terrific sunset.


Friday Dinner in the Club Dining Room — Enjoy our beautiful dinner menu and some great seasonal specials. The Tiki bar will be open serving beer, wine and specialty cocktails on Saturday and Sunday beginning at noon.


Other Important Dates:


Saturday, June 22nd 8 am, Swim Team Rely Carnival at Port Washington Yacht Club

Thursday, June 27th, Jr Sailing Begins

Monday, July 1st First day of Children’s Summer Program

Wednesday, July 3rd Western District Regatta


All Boats on Club Property:

All boats (kayak, sunfish, opti, mini kayak, etc) on club property ARE REQUIRED to have a current 2019-year boat sticker. All trailers must be moveable. Please see someone in the office to receive your sticker and to be assigned a slot or beach location.









Palm Sunday & Egg Hunt

A packed house enjoyed a scrumptious brunch with a seemingly endless array of foods prepared by Chef Nick and Anthony. We had plenty of photo ops with the Easter Bunny and all the kids got to run off some energy with the egg hunt on the beach.

Family Halloween Dinner

Last Saturday Mother Nature gave us some wild weather, rain, strong winds and a very high tide that was dangerously close to the basement. Thankfully all turned out fine. The weather did however postpone the Family Halloween Party to Sunday afternoon, seems like a change for the better because we had a record turnout. Chef Nick put out some great treats at the buffet. Kids and adults came in some creative costumes; it was all treats, no tricks and a great time. Thanks to Shana Ciniski and Jana Bachner for arranging and supervising great activities for the kids. Sammy Maynard took over the emcee duties and coached the kids in a fun toilet paper mummy contest.  Nice work all!!


2018 Commodore’s Ball

Commodore’s Ball a huge success.

We had a grand time last Saturday and we celebrated the Commodore’s Ball. The room and all the guests were dressed in their finery. The band kept us entertained. Chef Nick dished up a sumptuous meal. Jenna and the restaurant staff provided exquisite service to our table and at the bar. We enjoyed hand rolled cigars on deck. Yes, it was on purpose that Charlie Walsh’s jacket actually matched the table cloths. Thanks to all for a wonderful evening and congratulations to Commodore Dickson for piloting the club through calm waters and a few storms over the last two years.