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Town Hall Meeting

Join us for a Town Hall style meeting to discuss updates on the club reopening, the Flamingo pool updates and time for Q & A from our members.

Wednesday, May 27

In attendance: Catherine DuBay-club manager, Kristina Jetton-Hotel GM, Steve Yang-owner

RSVP required

Tennis Courts Re-open May 18

The Courts will reopen May 18. Please note the following rules and protocols. 


2Go! Virtual Classes

We are closed but the Classes will go on!
Join your favorite instructors for virtual classes offered through Zoom.

To access the schedule, and sign up for classes you will be directed to the Studios Cycle + Core website and follow these instructions 

Flamingo Mother's Day Take Away Brunch

The Flamingo, long known for their elegeant and creative Mother's Day Brunch, invites you to enjoy this meal Shelter in Place style. Order, pick up and enjoy the same delicious food at home.

Click here for Menu
Click here for Order Form

Kids Nite Out - Halloween Party

Parents, do you need a few hours to yourselves? Leave the kids with us and we will entertain them while you go out!

"Halloween Costume Party"

Date: Friday, October 25

Time: 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm

Ages: 3 -12 years old

Whole Life Challenge

Are you ready to feel better, sleep better, move better and take control of your health and well being? This 6 week challenge is for you! more>>

6th of July BBQ

The Flamingo Hotel is hosting a 6th of July bbq and pool party from 1-5pm on Saturday, July 6. Music, games and swimming included. Drinks and Food for a fee. Members welcome. Guests (based on availability): $15 for adults and $8 for children 3-17.

Spring Detox

Feel better, sleep better, hurt less and improve your overall well being with this guided 21-day Detox. Offered twice a year, Thais Harris, BCHN, will lead you through the process, demonstrate compliant recipes and ease the process of removing the toxins from your life. 

April 8-April 29

Monday's at 7:00pm (no meeting April 22)


Whole Life Challenge

Are you ready to feel better, lose weight and get fit? This 6 week program is for you. more>>

This one's for the Girls-by Catherine Dubay

Thank you Gloria Steinem, Ms. Magazine, my mom and all those powerful ladies of the 1970’s who made it possible for women to have equal access to education, careers, sports and pretty much anything else that seemed out of reach to females 40 years ago.

I knew we had come along way when my kids (18 and 15-year-old females) didn’t think anything of Hilary Clinton possibly being our first female president. The fact she is a woman candidate for president is not a big deal to their generation. That’s how far we have come.

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