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VIRTUALLY VERDANT: Yoga with Laura Rodriguez

On a Sunday afternoon in early May, classmates joined our first '77 Virtually Verdant session: “At Home Yoga with Laura.” Class V.P. Susan Stone vicepresident@wellesleyclassof1977.org, welcomed us and said she was eager to find more ways for us to connect. Laura’s stress-relieving yoga session was the perfect place to start, especially during the stressful COVID-19 pandemic.  

VIRTUALLY VERDANT: Mixology with Helen Kriz Marshall

The sound of pounding surf and exotica music ushered us down Helen’s Chicago suburban basement stairs into her Trade Winds Lounge where we virtually took a seat, were offered leis and hair flowers, our wrists were dabbed with Wicked Wahine perfume, and we settled in to watch Helen show us how to make that most basic of tropical rum drinks, the Daiquiri, and then one of the most complicated, the nine-ingredient 1934 Don the Beachcomber Zombie. Helen explained how to prepare each drink, beginning with exactly how to squeeze a lime.