- Saturday Luncheon/Presentation
- Book Bunch
- Afternoon Drop-Ins
- Movie Matinee
- Men’s Singles Group
- Women’s Group
- SAGE Friends
- GLCC Bereavement Support Group
- Monthly Special Events
- Computer Club
To make a reservation for an upcoming event, please see our activities calendar and fliers attached to our newsletter.
Monthly Social Events:
Each month, a social event is presented for the entire membership and guests that encompass various activities. Several annual events are the February Valentine’s Dinner at which we honor those partners in a commitment. Our Holiday Party, Anniversary Party, and Annual Meeting are most popular with wonderful food, entertainment, dancing and the like. In addition, some months there are other activities such as “A night at the races,” a picnic, or a potluck dinner. The social committee works very hard to be innovative and to provide the best in food and entertainment. The monthly Lunch and Learn is the primary event of the membership and is usually well attended. Dinners are held in various parts of South Florida to provide variety and convenience for all the membership in the tri-county area. For information regarding the events, see our newsletter.
Men’s Singles Group:
SAGE Men’s Singles Group is a group created for men without partners. One of the greatest benefits of belonging to SAGE is the opportunity to meet new folks and establish new friendships. This is especially true for those of us who are without partners, either because our companion is deceased, the relationship ended, we haven’t met the right one, or we prefer being footloose and fancy-free. For whatever reason you find yourself without a partner, consider joining us on the fourth Monday of each month for the Monday Dinner at Tropics Restaurant. Wear a red shirt. See our newsletter for contact information.
The women of SAGE meet once a month (usually on the second Thursday of each month) for lunch at the Ark Restaurant. See the SAGE Newsletter for more information.
Every Monday at 11:00 am at Volen Center (Boca Raton) there is the Coed Discussion group (SAGE on the Border / Alternatives) — lots of nice women and men attend. See our newsletter for contact information for these group meetings.
The GLCC Bereavement Support Group is for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Trans-gendered people of all ages, faiths, and cultures – including their friends and family. Hopefully, by attending this support group and participating in the discussions that evolve during group exercises, many will find a new personal perspective and/or insight concerning their Grief and Loss and the Bereavement Process – and perhaps, even more important, awareness that life will and does continue.
If you are interested, please contact the GLCC at 954-463-9005 or visit their web site to get times and location.
Saturday Lunch and Learn:
On the first Saturday of each month an informal luncheon is provided to all the members of SAGE and their guests, at a nominal fee. The luncheon takes place at the Herb Skolnick Community Center.
Click here for Google map and interactive directions. Good quality food is served. At each of these luncheons, speakers from the Community, County and State are invited to discuss a wide variety of topics. In the past we have had representatives from the Senior Day Care Center, Insurance and Health providers, Retirement Planners, HIV/AIDS information for Seniors, just to name a few. So join us for lunch and stay for the program. See our newsletter for contact information and details on this activity.
SAGE Movie Theater Presentations:
The SAGE Movie Theater offers a different movie each month on the third Monday of each month at the GLCC at 4:00 pm. Anyone interested may join us for dinner afterward. See you at the movies. See our newsletter for details.
For those who enjoy a good book, you’ll particularly enjoy the monthly Book Bunch. Usually held the second Saturday of each month at Stonewall Library, the discussion group meets at 10:00 am. A variety of books is discussed, and it is announced in the monthly SAGE newsletter. Occasionally, the book group is alerted to the Author being in attendance for book signing. New members are always welcome. See our newsletter for contact information.
Feel like talking, joking and just hanging out. The afternoon drop-in sessions are just for you. Each Wednesday (men) and Monday (Co-Ed SAGE on the Border / Alternatives) members and non-members get together for company and conversation. What a great way to spend a few hours, meet new friends and get interested in our community. See our newsletter for more information.
Are you tired of being upstaged by a young person who knows more than you do about computers? Do you want to be smarter than a fifth grader when using your computer? Come and learn how to use your computer more efficiently or to see what you’ve been missing. We discuss all aspects of the personal computer. We discuss Windows XP and Vista as well as Apple OS X operating systems. We start by discussing a specific topic of interest to the group, which can include security, email, Internet, using Office programs, etc. We also allocate time to resolve any issues and answer questions that you may have.
We meet on the second Wednesday of each month from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm. We then go to dinner with those who wish to join us. For information call the SAGE office at 954-634-7219.