March 13, 2021
A Message From General Manager, Beth Davis
Dear Members, Residents & Friends of the North Palm Beach Country Club,

Are you ready to Spring forward this weekend? 

Daylight Savings 2021 begins this Sunday, March 14th, when clocks will “spring forward” one hour. We will lose an hour of sleep overnight, however, the beautiful tradeoff is that sunset will be about one hour later. 

Don’t forget to change your clocks so you don’t miss your golf tee and tennis court times!!
Our Social Dining Membership with the Farmer’s Table restaurant is still available to both resident and non-residents of the Village for the remainder of the membership year. 

Existing members can also add this social feature to their current membership category if desired. If you are a frequent diner and enjoy preferred reservations, preferred pricing and special events, this is the membership for you. 

CLICK HERE for benefit and membership description. For information, please call Membership Coordinator, Lenore Dingle, at (561) 691-3438.
Farmer’s Table has several upcoming events that I know you will enjoy. Visit NPBCC - Farmer's Table Upcoming Events for more details. 

March 23: America’s First Bottle Bourbon five-course pairing dinner

March 27: Traditional Passover Seder” Dinner (Haggadahs will be available)

April 1: Lettuce Laugh Comedy Night starring Dale Jones and featuring Jen Hellman. 

April 4: Easter Sunday Brunch

April 10: Heritage Day Pool Party Cookout

Please call to make your reservations in advance at (561) 691-3430.
The Village Parks & Recreation Department is hosting a Village-wide Garage Sale at the NPB Community Center on Sat., March 20th from 7:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. 

Because of COVID, vendors will be located outside only. This event is popular every year, and residents use it to not only sell their unwanted treasures, but also to socialize with their neighbors at socially-safe distances. 

Call (561) 841-3389 to reserve your space or ask for information. 

On Sat., March 27th, the Easter Bunny will be hopping through the Village on a beautiful new fire engine. No stopping to meet and greet because of COVID, but listen for sirens starting at 9 a.m. and he’ll visit each street until completed. 

On Sat., April 3rd, join us at Anchorage Park to meet the Easter Bunny and take home an egg-cellent gift! This will be a drive-up event, so call (561) 841-3386 to make your reservation. 
Mark your calendar for the upcoming Heritage Day Celebration

Fri., April 9th is Family Movie night at Anchorage Park. PODS will be created in the grass bowl area and ice cream truck will be available. 

Sat., April 10th features a Community Pool Party at the country club swimming pool, and that evening Live Music and FUN at Anchorage Park featuring the School of Rock Band, Sons of BBQ, food, beer, games and ice cream trucks. 
NPBCC Tennis Center, for the LOVE of the game! 

We’re making progress on the grant received from the Florida Recreation Development Assistance Program (FRDAP) to renovate the tennis courts.  

A contractor has been chosen, and beginning May 10th, six of the ten HarTru tennis courts will be renovated to include the scraping and removal of all old excess material and organic growth. 

A total of 30 tons (5 tons per court) of new clay will be placed with laser-guided grading equipment to provide a smooth and even surface, while more drainage and landscaping work will be done.  

We are still searching for a Tennis Supervisor and hope to have a professional in place in the very near future. If you hadn’t heard, Bree Addison, NPBCC Tennis Instructor, recently departed to accept a Tennis Coach position at Howard University. Though we were sad to see Bree go, we are all so very proud of her. What a great accomplishment!  

In the meantime, Mike and I have been looking for more professional tennis instructors to help round out our amazing Team. 
The improvements to the NPBCC golf course never end. In the next few weeks, you will see work being done to add a new electric pump to the existing pump station near #13 lake. 2000 linear feet of pipe will be run from the pump house to US-1. This addition will improve the water distribution to both the golf course and the Village common areas. 

Currently, the water is shared, which affects the quality of the turf, as well as, limits watering times and locations, which has had negative effects on both golfers and passing cars with unwelcomed spray.  

Head Golf Professional, Allan Bowman, will be coordinating the logistics with the vendor and we do foresee minimal disruption on the golf course.  

Please remember to contact Assistant Golf Professional, Chris Dachisen, at (561) 691-3424, for information and/or to sign up for the popular Nine & Dine series and Club Championship tournament in April.  
The NPBCC Swimming Pool will be open on Mon., March 15th through Fri., March 19th for Spring Break from 10 a.m.-3:45 p.m. 

Diving boards will open at 12:30 p.m. and the Snack Shack will be open all day. Splash Pad rental for families up to eight people is still available, please call (561) 691-3427 to make your reservation. 

The Pre-School Swim Program will begin to offer a morning class on Tuesday and Thursday, and Wednesday and Friday. This group meets twice a week for a total of 8 sessions each month. Each class is 30 minutes. 

Swimmers must be 3-6 years old, must be able to swim 5 yards unassisted, and float independently on their back. 

Registration: $35 one-time fee, $100 per month. Registering now for May, first-come, first-serve. Contact Coach Alf at for more information.
The Village Library will be hosting the “Resident Art Show”, March 27th  through April 12th, daily from 1 p.m.-7 p.m.  

A resident favorite, please call the Library at (561) 904-2122 for more information.
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See you at the Club!
Beth Davis, CCM
General Manager

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