Winter is behind us and things are getting back to normal around the marina! You know what they say, “April showers bring May Flowers”…after the deluge of the last few months we’re seeing some amazing wildflowers out there.
On March 26th we held our 2nd Annual Sunday Soup Social. What a great turnout! A special thanks to Maria Salomides for her amazing Avgolemono soup (Greek chicken lemon soup). It was a great addition to our selection, which also included Manhattan clam chowder and Italian sausage gnocchi soups. Kathy out did herself by also including homemade Italian bread to round out the menu. Everyone went home with full stomachs!
Our 1st Annual Spring Cleaning and Nautical Swap Meet will be here before you know it. Please come out onSaturday, April 29th from 8-12 to see what treasures you just have to have! A huge pat on the back goes to our tenant, Terry Leavitt, for spearheading this event for us.
Save the date for our next planned social for our berthers which will be the 3rd Annual Wine Tasting Event onJuly 23rd. Mark your calendars… More info will come out in June.
Good news! The storm damage repairs are completed and everyone is back in their berths. As a reminder, please be sure you power down well before the opening to the marina. Wakes cause erosion to the shore and entering our marina, the no wake zone begins 100 yards before the harbormaster’s house.
The bathroom repair project is moving along. It is taking a little longer than planned, but we are in the home stretch. We will be notifying you when they are open again and there will be a new entry system you will need to be aware of. (The doors will need to be opened with a combination code which we will send out with your statements each time they are changed.)
Spring fishing is underway and our brand new berther, Paul Estrada, caught a huge sturgeon on his first day as a tenant.
Don’t forget to tell your friends….Driftwood has a few slips (and many amenities!) available, so if you know of anyone who would like to be a part of our marina family, have them contact me.