S O C A E V E N T S
For virtual events, no sign up is necessary. If you are signed up to receive emails from your condo association, you will automatically receive an email with Zoom and event details a few days prior each event. If you are not signed up to receive emails, please contact your board president in order to do so.
H E L P W I T H Z O O M
Help with Zoom is available, but should be scheduled prior to participating in an event. Contact the Clubhouse office (410-872-9311 or email@example.com) to request help from a Snowden resident who is knowledgeable about Zoom. Please include your name, phone number, email address, and a few alternative dates/times that you are available to receive help.
J A N U A R Y
Thursday, 1/21 – Security Workshop (Via Zoom). 7-8pm Guest Speakers: Bill Kreitzer (Howard County Police) & Resident, Dennis Eichenlaub.
Saturday, 1/23 – Game Night: Trivia Quiz! (Via Zoom) 7-8pm
Thursday, 1/28 – Lunch & Learn (Via Zoom). 12:30pm
Guest Speaker: Margaret Vincent.
Ovation resident Margaret Vincent will be sharing about her multi-talented career in costume creation and design, along with presenting her Power Point ‘Scrapbook’ showing her varied and most-interesting career before moving to Maryland.
C L U B S
Following is a list of Snowden Overlook clubs that are continuing online during the Coronavirus situation. Please contact the Club coordinator for information or to take part in virtual meetings.
Activity – Schedule (Coordinator)
Men’s Club – Mondays at 8.30am (Mark Bloom: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Book Club (Daytime) – 4th Thurs at 10am
(Barbara Maloney: email@example.com)
Book Club (Nighttime) – 1st Wed at 7pm (Pat Harrington: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Knitting & More – Fridays at 1pm (Margaret Vincent: email@example.com)
Friendship Circle – 2nd Thurs at 10am (Ann McCleaf: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wine Club – 4th Friday at 7pm (Becky Socha: email@example.com)
G A M E S
Residents can stay socially connected by hosting a weekly game of mahjongg or poker with their Snowden friends. Start by downloading a game app. Next invite your friends to join you for the weekly game and ask them to download the game app. Use a videoconference app like Zoom to chat with your friends while playing the game. For more ideas and tips, use Google to search the Internet for the words “how to host a virtual game night”.
H O W A R D C O U N T Y
Snowden’s virtual activities are supplemented by online programs sponsored by Howard County’s Office on Aging. Howard County’s programs include educational lectures, discussion groups, exercise activities, and game nights. For more information, use Google to search for the words “Howard County Office on Aging”.