Welcome to West Ocean

Travel Club!

The next meeting of the West Ocean Travel Club will be Monday February 24.  The presentation by Siyoung Park on Travel through South Korea will be in the Tower 2 Multi-Purpose Room at 7, preceded at 6:30 by an optional potluck dinner.

From our presenter:  “Korea, to some people, is a very mysterious country.  North Korea, an extremely closed communist society, was once labeled as part of the axis of evil, while South Korea is the world’s 12th economic power, very liberal-minded, and the home of many popular cultural icons.  Korea had been a one-nation state until 1945, when the Allies and Soviet Union divided the country along the 38th parallel; this borderline changed to the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) after the Korean War. 

In this talk, I will focus on South Korea, starting from the capital city of Seoul, where tradition and modern are superimposed.  Although many of the world’s largest Protestant churches can be found in Seoul today, Korea remains a strong Confucian and Buddhist society; famous temples, some quite remote, allow tourists to meditate and experience Buddhist monks’ daily lives.  Since Korea is a peninsula–a land bridge between Japan and China–the ocean has played a major role in its history.  The temperate, volcanic island of Jeju and the many small islands dotted along the coast of South Korea resemble Greece and islands of the Mediterranean Sea. 

From my collection of many years, I will show photographs that range from the extreme traditional to the extreme modern that illustrate the dichotomy that is visible in every aspect of Korea today.  We will also discuss the potential for reuniting Korea that makes its current leaders so anxious because of the risk of making the entire country a communist state.”

We welcome all our members and look forward to meeting West Ocean residents who love to travel!

Book Club!

We welcome you to join us on Wednesday, February 19, 2020 at 7pm in the Tower 2 Multi-Purpose Room to discuss the book “They Called Us Enemy” by George Takei. This is an open event for the residents & their guests who would like to join us.

“A stunning graphic memoir recounting actor/author/activist George Takei’s childhood imprisoned within American concentration camps during World War II. Experience the forces that shaped an American icon — and America itself — in this gripping tale of courage, country, loyalty, and love.” – Amazon

Sound interesting? If so, start reading and join us on Wednesday, February 19th at 7pm in the Tower 2 Multi-Purpose Room. We hope to see you there!

Community Building 2020!

A great way to get to know fellow residents in 2020 is by joining in on one of our weekly social groups! Even if you’ve never played Bridge or Rummikub, this is a great way not just to learn to play but to develop some potential life-long friendships!

Bridge Club!

Join us every Tuesday night at 7pm for a fun and relaxed playing environment! Now on Tuesday nights in the Tower 1 Banquet Room (on the Tuesdays when there’s a Board Meeting we will meet in the Tower 2 Multi-Purpose Room). Hope to see you there!

Rummikub Club!

All residents are welcome to join fellow West Ocean residents to play Rummikub every Thursday night at 6pm in the Tower 2 Multi-Purpose Room. New players are always welcome!!

Book Club and Travel Club!

We also have a monthly Book Club that meets on the third Wednesday of the month and a Travel Club that usually meets on the third Monday of the month. We hope to see you there!

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