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The John Denver Story

March 17th - 7:00 p.m.

The John Denver Story

Plus...a St Patrick's sing-along


William Florian

Former singer of the famous 60's group...
The New Cristy Minstrels

Tickets $15.00 - Ticket & More Information


March 20th - Tuesday

  • SANDWICH SEMINAR: 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
    Joseph A. Hegleh, M.D., F.A.C.S., Ophthalmologist, will talk about recent Advances in Preserving your Eye Vision. RSVP is required for this free lunch provided by Bayfront Health. Call 941-637-1655 by Monday, March 19 to register.

    Sue Watts, a Charlotte County Master Gardener, will share her experience designing and building a pergola at the Master Gardener Plant Clinic. She designed, built and installed it herself! Come join us to learn more about this DIY project that will add beauty to your landscape, provide shade from the strong sun, and block out unwanted views.
    Following the program, get tips appropriate to growing conditions each month and answers to plant ID and pest questions. Bring your samples in a sealed plastic baggie along with some photos. Free of charge. 

  • VIETNAM REVISITED: 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
    Jim Staley enlisted in the United States Army right out of college, graduated from Officer Candidate School and was sent to Vietnam for two years. He served on a 5-member mobile advisory team conducting combat operations with the local Vietnamese militia. Jim will talk about his Vietnam experience. He recalls it was not all good - and it was not all bad! He will speak about his travels from Hard Scrabble to Ham Tan. Free of charge.

New Member Reception  March 24 5:00 -  7:00  p.m.

The PGlslanders Cruising Club will be coordinating and organizing this year's Canal Clean-up Day, Saturday, March 24, 9 to 12:30. There will be a luncheon served in the PGICA Pavilion at 12:30 for all volunteers.

PGI residents take great pride in their wonderful canal system and this annual cleanup helps maintain a safe and beautiful boating environment. It also preserves the aesthetics of our homes and neighborhoods.

If you wish to participate, please send one of us below your address, the type of boat you have, and how many people will be in the boat. We hope to have even more volunteers from other clubs this year.

You do not need to have a boat to volunteer but each group will need a boat, USCG safety gear, fish or pool net, boat hook, cell phone, or VHF radio. We will assign a canal area and send you a map and other supplies you will need.

Coordinators are John & Cindy Blondin and Dave Rusch. Please e-mail or call for further information and to sign up.
Blondin - or 774-329-0701
Rusch - or 904-687-3199

2018 Giving ChallengeYour PGICA is proud to participate in the

with community partners Punta Gorda Historic Mural Society and Punta Gorda Isles Green Thumbs.

The Giving Challenge is an exciting 24-hour giving event where you and Foundation-matching funds can make a positive lasting difference to the PGICA!

Hold the date—May 1 at 5:00 p.m. and join the fun for a pulled pork barbecue sponsored by the Punta Gorda Fire Department.

(Donation not required to attend.)