After a little more than a year in operation, in turns out that aside from needing a variety of services, members of the Palos Verdes Peninsula Village just like to get together and have a good time.
A wine-tasting (see photos at left) was their latest opportunity for a little education and a lot of fun.
The other assorted Photo Albums of their activities offer visual proof. They've gathered for a barbershop quartet concert, a "mystery tour," a flute recital that included information about a variety of instruments, a vodka tasting and a wildflower tour, as well as lectures on medical ethics, Chinese culture, and The Upside of Aging. All this is in addition to casual get-togethers for brunch, get-acquainted coffees and salons where members pick a subject of mutual interest and get together to talk about it.
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Ed Newhall and his traveling toolkit change some lightbulbs for a Village member.
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