Social distancing continues and The Landings Club has postponed many activities, but we’re doing whatever we can to keep life moving for our members. We’ve worked tirelessly to keep our community healthy, happy, and connected, despite the distance. We live in a close-knit community, and nothing can stop fun from happening and friendships from forming at The Landings. These are just some of the things we’ve done to keep things as normal as possible while adhering to health standards.
Curbside Pick-Up and Home Delivery – From toilet paper to fresh caught fish, beer and wine to grocery store staples, the Landings Club has made items accessible to all island residents, not just club members. If you’re in need of groceries or prepared meals, you can call to order from the Palmetto Clubhouse.
Pop-Up Dining – The Club has found creative ways to fill our member’s bellies. So far, we’ve had pop-up oyster roasts, surf and turf, Italian feasts and lobster boils––serving a new meal almost every day. Pop-up menus are offered through email and all food is safely distributed through minimal-contact curbside pick-up.
Online Trivia – Trivia Night has always been a favorite event at The Club. And leave it to our creative Club Social Staff to figure out how to bring the fun from afar. We’ve adhered to social distancing by taking our trivia nights to the web.
Dining – Between Palmetto’s Southern Table, Grab-and-Go at the new Marshwood Cabana Bar and Miss Kim’s BBQ, we still have an amazing selection of dining at The Club. Prime rib night is still held every Tuesday, and the bar carts are Oakridge and The Deck are set up for safe social connections.
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