This year Member Kris Costa has created a gingerbread version of the Sir Christopher Wren Building, the oldest college building still standing in the United States. Her work is on display outside the Osprey Grill at Two Rivers Country Club. Enjoy the W&M article about all the details, including 18 batches of gingerbread, that went into this labor of love.
Join in the fun Wednesday through Friday for July 4th festivities! Wednesday July 4th it all starts with our traditional patriotic parade at 11am. Visit the Children’s Art Show in the Governor’s Room, let the kids swim and play in the Inflatable Bounce house. Let us handle cooking with a Burger Day Extravaganza from 5:30 to 8:00 pm.
Thursday, golfers tee it up at 9:00 am Thursday for the Firecracker Open. Friday evening from 5:00 pm on there are children’s activities and an All American Cookout with entertainment by Heather Edwards Band followed by fireworks about 9:15!
The annual Children’s Easter Egg Hunt & Party had another great turnout, as friends and family members gathered for this special day of celebration.
Members of the Decorating Committee helped prepare for a successful event by creating flower arrangements, preparing Easter baskets and stuffing eggs. Continue reading “Governor’s Land at Two Rivers’ Easter Extravaganza” »
Among the holiday splendor of Two Rivers Country Club shines a meticulously detailed gingerbread replica of the stately Governor’s Palace. As a signature exhibit of Colonial Williamsburg, the historic residence is one of the most photographed, videoed and painted buildings in town. Gingerbread house enthusiasts, and Governor’s Land residents, Kris and John Costa had a different take. Continue reading “TRCC Resident Gifts Community with Governor’s Palace Gingerbread House” »
On December 31, Two Rivers Country Club will host its annual New Year’s Eve Celebration in the River Room.
Join the Two Rivers Country Club’s holiday festivities Wednesday, November 29 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Mingle with your friends and neighbors at The Club, which will be decked-out in the holiday spirit.
Last Saturday, more than 120 members joined us for a night of mingling with friends, family and neighbors at our annual Valentine’s Day event. Love was in the air as our members enjoyed a delectable meal, dancing and live entertainment.
Member Carol Pulk and her band of helpers have been busy decking the halls at Two Rivers Country Club. From the moment you step inside the Club, you’ll be surrounded by holiday cheer and decor.
The Fourth of July offers a fun-filled day for TRCC members to gather with their friends and family to celebrate America’s Independence.
A Patriotic Tradition
The day’s events begin at 11 a.m. with our annual parade. All residents and guests are invited to ride their decorated bikes, scooters and golf carts through the course. The Colonial Williamsburg Fife & Drum Corps lead the parade as red, white and blue fill the streets.
Prizes will be awarded for the most creative and most patriotic decor or attire, and participants should plan to arrive by 10:30 a.m.
On Saturday, March 26, guests gathered in the River Room for our annual Children’s Egg Hunt and Family Easter Party. The celebration began with brunch and our traditional knee-high buffet set up for the kids. With pancakes, country-style chicken fritters, bacon, and eggs, everyone enjoyed a festive meal!
As friends and families mingled, the kids enjoyed face painting, games and music. The Easter Bunny also joined in on the festivities for photos and fun.