What we’re about
Welcome to Let's Just Have Fun! A group that believes in the fellowship of women and the endless strength and support we are capable of giving each other throughout every stage of our lives. And let's enjoy that fellowship together while we take part in all kinds of fun activities that will engage our minds, spirits, and friendships. There's a lot of fun to be had...let's get started!!
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- Let's Take a Day Trip to Andes, NY!!Andes, Andes, NY
Let's explore Andes, NY, a charming Catskills community. The bucolic hamlet of Andes, in the southeast corner of Delaware County, is known for its eclectic charms. Surrounded by rolling hills and farmland, Main Street is the perfect juxtaposition of rural pleasures and cosmopolitan asthetics, with shops, galleries, and restaurants aplenty. Favorite local spots: Roxbury Wine & Spirits, Home Goods of Margaretville, Lyon Mountain Blue Barn Antiques, Wayside Cider, Wilson's Bread and the home of the Andes Rail Trail. Andes might be small, but it's big on charm. The buildings along the downtown area are a mixture of Victoriana and mountain rusticity. Many of the buildings are gaily painted and overflowing flower boxes proliferate. There are boutiques, art galleries, antique stores, some top-notch eateries, a general store and even a combination winery/cider distillery, plus a small museum.
- Let's Visit the Cloisters Museum!!The Met Cloisters, New York, NY
A beautiful, peaceful environment to immerse ourselves in on an early fall afternoon. The Cloisters, also known as the Met Cloisters, is a museum in Fort Tryon Park in Washington Heights, Manhattan, New York City, specializing in European medieval art and architecture, with a focus on the Romanesque and Gothic periods.
- Let's Play Mini-Golf at Saxon Woods!!Saxon Woods Park, White Plains, NY
Let's play mini-golf!! Get this: the history of the origin of this game is quite interesting and its origin can be traced back to 1872 in Scotland. It was created for women golfers. Back then, golf was considered a manly game and unlike today, ladies were not allowed to play golf. Look out, here we come!!
- Let's Go for an Easy Hike at Hart's Brook Park in Hartsdale!!Hart’s Brook Park and Preserve, Hartsdale, NY
The woodlands that cover most of the tract of Hart's Brook Park & Preserve contain an abundant variety of native flora and fauna, with streams, ponds, meadows and geologic features of interest. A smaller section of the property was developed as a more formal horticultural environment that includes specimen trees, bushes and rolling lawns.
In front of the parking lot is a semi open field, numerous nest boxes scatter this area. Keep an eye out for nesting Eastern Bluebirds. The preserve has its own pair of Great Horned Owls and Screech Owls are present as well.