What's Happening


Last update:  3/18/18

See Edgewater Landing Information Channel or Bulletin Board for event details. 



FACILITIES NOTICE:  Observation Deck Repair Starting Monday March 19th

Replacement of the Observation Deck boards will begin on Monday, March 19.  The project may take up to two (2) weeks to complete.  Access to the Observation Deck and the Boat Launch will occasionally be restricted but the work crew will make effort, including stopping work, to allow boats to be launched and retrieved.  -  Facilities


 BOD NOTICE: New Policy & Procedures for Violation Reporting 

A new Policy and Procedure, 'Violation Reporting/Resolution Process', will be presented at the April 5 Board of Directors meeting for approval. A copy of the proposed P&P has been posted on the BOD Agenda web page (under the “MANAGEMENT” Menu). 


 Entertainment Committee Presents :  E/L Follies   -   Saturday April 14th

Doors open 7:00PM           Showtime 7:30PM            Bring your own snacks, BYOB   

What is the EL Follies??  

Twenty-five of your friends and nighbors singing, dancing & acting their hearts out – for the sole purpose of making you laugh!

Tickets on sale Tues & Thurs    $8       


Women's Club Business Meeting  -  April 5, 2018 - 2:30 pm   (NOT 1:00PM)

Immediately Following @ 3:30 pm

FREE Indian River Middle School Manatee Chorus    - Open to all of Edgewater Landing. 

Chorus collecting $$: Change The World 2018

Safe water for all.   For additional info or to donate, go to:  www.water.org

??Ginger Clark 872-1571 or Nora Meckle 423-1172??   


Community Yard Sale -  Saturday March 24th   8AM - 12PM

Sign-up sheet is in the clubhouse • There is a $2 donation collected the day prior to the sale. Residents must provide their own table.

Tables and items should be set up by 8AM on Saturday March 24th and removed at Noon time. 

???   Nancy Mandt


E/L Blood Drive  - Saturday  March 24th   8AM - Noon      Club House Parking Lot  

Our January Blood Drive went very well.  One Blood set up a goal of 16 units of whole blood, and we bested that by one…we achieved 17 units of whole blood.  I, personally, had hoped for even more as January is the one of the few months that everyone is here, but I’m still pleased with what we did.  We sure do appreciate your gift of life.

Our next drive is Saturday, March 24,  and again, most of our residents will still be here.   Therefore,  I’m really optimistic we will have a good turnout.   Please make that a reality!

Thanks again to all,      Robyn Hensley


Edgewater Landing’s Chorus Presents the  Annual Spring Concert – March 17th & 18th  7PM

 “Hallelujah, Everything’s Coming Up Roses” March 17 & 18th,  7:00 p.m.  It is Spring Concert time. Your chorus proudly presents to you our favorite music with a song from each of our last 10 spring concerts.

Tickets are on sale now from chorus members and at the clubhouse on Tuesday and Thursday from 6:30– 7:30 p.m. Our prices are still only $5.00.  Refreshments, homemade cookies and punch, are served after the concert.  So please come to support your friends in the Edgewater Landing Chorus.  You can sit back, relax and enjoy as we entertain you.   After the concert, enjoy the refreshments while you socialize with your friends.                  See you there…     President  Chorus -  Jody Sanders



IMPRESSIONIST HOLLY FARIS  -  Wednesday  March 21st   7PM

You will not want to miss the Impressionist Holly Faris Show that will be held at the clubhouse on Wednesday, March 21st!!  7 p.m.   Holly is a one-woman show unlike you have seen before.  This is her first time at EL.  She has thrilled audiences from coast-to-coast with her assortment of celebrity impersonations and comedy, providing world class entertainment!! Just a few of her impersonations to mention  are Joan Rivers, Marilyn Monroe, Tina Turner, Cher, Dolly Parton, Bette Miller and so many others!     Doors will open at 6:30 and show starts at 7:00 p.m.   This will be BYOB & Snacks.  Tickets $12.00 per person, on sale at the clubhouse on Tues. & Thurs., 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.

More info and pictures are on the poster at the clubhouse.         Questions: Janis Thomas


DANCE NIGHT  -   Saturday, March 31st,  7PM    $6 pp     

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. • Pizza served,  BYOB. • Black Velvet Band • Tickets on sale March 1st.

Guest tickets available March 15th.       Come and join the fun!   Contact Julius Rathbone


 E/L Singles   -   Wed., March 28 @ 5:30 p.m.

Pizza Party in the M/R      BYOD (drink),   $4 at the door 

 Remember your name tag!!

 Sign up sheet on BB for name and phone listing.

??'s   Dennis Vitali


E/L Book Club   - March 22nd    9:30AM    

 For the March 22nd meeting choose any Carl Hiaasen book for a more humorous look at modern Florida.   Please join us at Goodrich’s at 9:30 a.m.  for breakfast and the book discussion.             Questions:   Suejean Kienke


Boaters Seek Safety and Legal Compliance

 On Saturday, March 3, the Boat and Fish Club held its Annual Boat Inspections here in Edgewater Landing. Five members of Flotilla 48, New Smyrna Beach Coast Guard Auxiliary, joined me in performing and assisting in these inspections. Eight powerboats, one canoe and three kayaks were inspected. Of the 12 vessels inspected, 9 Decals were awarded, indicating full compliance with Federal and State requirements, as well as important safety considerations. Follow-ups are available for the other boats, and any new ones. Call me at 386-428-7640.

 As of the writing of this report, 1 additional powerboat was inspected, bringing the total number of vessels inspected to date to 13. A re-inspection of this boat was required prior to being awarded a Decal, bringing the total number of Decals awarded to 10. Deficiencies found included: inoperative navigation lights, a lack of satisfactory visual distress signals, a lack of a sound producing device, a nonserviceable paddle and a restricted access to the backfire flame arrester.  

A relatively new program of inspecting Paddle Crafts (non-powered boats –canoes, kayaks and paddleboards) was employed for this event. The requirements include a wearable life jacket, a sound producing signal device (whistle, horn, etc.), a satisfactory evaluation relating to the overall conditions of the hull, paddles or oars, hatch covers, etc. and proper lighting for nighttime operation, if applicable. Three Decals were awarded in this group, and are included in the totals noted earlier in this report. 

My thanks to the Boat and Fish Club and Commodore Dan Platts for sponsoring this event. A special thanks to Club members Winn Cummings, Dennis Vitali and Chris Vought, who assisted in the assignment and coordination of the inspections. Finally, thanks to all the boaters who participated. Have many safe and enjoyable boating outings.                     Joe Favaloro



2018 BOAT AND FISH MEMBERSHIP DRIVE                                                                         

Approximately 272 Boat and Fish club members renewed their membership this past January, for the Boat and Fish Drive at the clubhouse. The membership also welcomed 39 new members. Hot dogs and all the fixings with beer and soda were served, along with the companionship and fun of our community/membership. Had a great 50 / 50 drawing. Thanks for the guys cooking those nice hot dogs at the grill. The weather was great and the beer was plentiful. Everyone had a good time. The B&F board would also like to thank the volunteers that assisted in making this event so enjoyable and successful.                                                                                                                   




Bike Florida Spring Tour   -  March 17th - 20th            Hawks Park and YMCA Sports Complex

Info & registration:     www.bikeflorida.org/spring-tour


Easter Eggstravaganza    -   Saturday, March 24th at 10AM        Hawks Park - Baseball Fields