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The Sans Souci and Copperhead Association (SSCA), founded in 1903, is located on Canada’s beautiful Georgian Bay between Parry Sound and Twelve Mile Bay.  It is a vibrant community of permanent and summer residents from all over the world that enjoy this special part of the Bay and want to preserve it for future generations.

 

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Book Club

The summer Book Club schedule for 2021 is in place and we will be holding all our meetings at  3:30 PM via Zoom unless the situation changes significantly.    Libby.

Book List for 2021:
July 6th –The New Farm by Brent Preston. The author, Brent Preston, will meet with us via Zoom to talk about his book.

July 20th – Hamnet and Judith ( also titled Hamnet) by Maggie O’Farrell will be reviewed by Janet Burt.

August 10th – All the Devils Are Here by Louise Penny. Jacquie Green will lead a discussion about Louise Penny and her latest book.

August 17th – Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer.  Sally Braun will lead the discussion.

Charlotte, the owner of Parry Sound Books, carries all of our books at her temporary location (her home, 41 Church St.).

Sailing Races

This year we will be hosting sailing races on July 10 and July 24.  (Race times will be 1:30pm on both dates are Saturdays, with Sunday rain dates.)   Mark your calendars!
Fred Eaton (past C-class catamaran world champion) has kindly offered to run a pre-race clinic for our sailors, including help with rigging their boats. The clinic will take place at the Community Centre Dock and will start at 11:00 am on July 10, with lunch on the dock before the race.
Please reach out to Glen Campbell (campbellglend@gmail.com) if you are interested in participating.  

SSCA Property will partially re-open on May 22nd

May 21 - Starting this Saturday, May 22nd the sports and tennis courts will be open and available for use.  The fitness building will remain closed until Phase 3 of the Provincial Re-opening Plan and the planned Open House to view the renovated Brand cottage is postponed indefinitely. Members using the property are encouraged to follow Provincial guidelines by wearing masks, practicing safe distancing and not gathering in groups.

Michael Ugarenko, Property Committee

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