Week of July 25th

Annual Meeting
July 30 2022 9:00 am Saturday
In person at the Cazenovia Club -Card Room and also simulcast on Zoom 

If you would like to give your proxy, please download this file and email it to info@cazenovia club.org
July 27 – Wednesday Dinner
(6:30pm – cocktails, 7:30pm supper)

Pork Loin with Sauce Chablis
Roast Sea Cod with Lemon & Fresh Herbs
Roasted Mushrooms & Zucchini
Cheesy Potato Mash
Arugula Salad with Granny Apples & Citrus Vinaigrette
Club Caesar Salad with Ripped Ciabatta Croutons
Yeast Rolls
Root Beer Floats
Reserve My Spot

July 28 – Thursday Tap Room (6PM – 8PM)
Club Caesar Salad with Ripped Ciabatta Croutons
Chicago-style Italian Beef Sandwich
Grilled Veggie Pasta
Wednesday, August 3, 2022, 1:00pm
Caz Club Golf Tournament and Awards CeremonyDEADLINE IS JULY 31st(9 Holes) at Cazenovia Country Club
Dinner & Awards Ceremony at Caz Club 6:00pm

Captain and Crew Format
Shot Gun -9 HolesSign up on your own or as a team – with your Handicap!
(We will help put foursomes together as necessary. Even give you a handicap if you don’t have one.) Prizes! Trophies! Toasts! Roasts! And lots of laughs!

$15 Golf Club Members • $30 Non Members CARTS INCLUDED
Lunch and drinks will be available at the Golf Club for purchase.SIGN UP AT THE CAZ CLUBNeed more information?
Contact Glenda Wetzel – gwetzel@twcny.rr.com, 315 380-7330 or Gail Meagher – gailmeagher425@gmail.com, 315 382-1802
Sign up

Men’s Tennis -Tuesday 5:30pm

Ladies’ Tennis- 9am and 5:30pm

Now that we are lucky to have 2 pickleball courts, all level players are welcome on all days. We play at 4pm until the last group gets tired. Weekdays are most popular – but try weekends too. Wet courts or high winds normally cancel play. If you have a question, call or text Sue Duffy at 315-380-1757.

Sundays all Season
Sunday New York Times
Complimentary Coffee & Tea and Assorted Pastries are availableDress: CasualReservations are not required
Coming up
Saturday, August 6 – Louisiana on the Lawn – Picnic
Saturday, August 13 – Bingo Night/Dinner

Season Kickoff Monday, May 30th

Greetings Cazenovia Club Members. We are really excited or the Cazenovia Club season to begin and hope you can join us for the kickoff picnic on Monday. Here are a few important dates and announcements for the opening of the Cazenovia Club 2022.

Monday, May 30th, 5PM
Opening Clambake

Traditionally members are encouraged to bring their own picnic
The club provides complimentary Roasted Clams, Corn & Potato Chowder, Cornbread w/ Sweet Butter
Both the Tap Room (Seltzer, Beer & Wine) and Upstairs Bars (Full Bar) will be open at 5PMDress is casual
A perfect event for children.
No reservations necessary
Hope for
good weather!

Thursday, June 2nd, 6PM-8PM
Thursday nights Open Tap Room

Enjoy the view of the lake by the Fire Pit.
Bar will be serving and limited food will be available. 
Chef Pauline will provide food offerings (not tapas) for $15 using the honor system
Members are welcome to bring their own food
The Tap Room will have a full bar set-up
Dress: Casual

Thursday Tap Room are on a first-come-first-serve basis. Reservations are not required.

All three courts are open for the season!

Please note – new policy
Make your Reservations:

Reservations for all season’s events can be made in three ways –
Call the Club @ (315)655-3131 and leave a message
Email info@cazenoviaclub.org
Tell Manager David Katleski in person

We are asking members not to write in the Reservation Book as this has lead to some confusion. Thanks for your understanding.

Coming up
Saturday, June 4th,

Opening Saturday Dinner
6PM Cocktails & 7PM DinnerMenu – Seasonal Buffet
Beverages: Upstairs Bar (Full Bar) will be open at 6PM

Dress: Coat & Tie

Sunday, June 5th, 9AM to Noon
Sunday NY Times
Complimentary Coffee & Tea and Assorted Pastries are available
Dress: Casual
Reservations are not required

Wednesday, June 8th, 6:30PM
Wednesday Supper
Cocktails & 7:30PM DinnerMenu: Seasonal Buffet
Dress: Coat & Tie

Menu for the week

Wednesday Dinner
August 4 – Coat and Tie – 6:30pm

· Petite Tenderloin with Sauce Bordelaise
· Roasted Turkey Breast with Reduction Sauce
· Sour cream and chive mashed potato
· Wild rice with mushrooms
· Caprese Salad
· Classic Caesar Salad
· Grilled Peaches with Prosciutto, Balsamic Glaze on Baby Spinach
· Parker House Rolls
· Peach Cobbler

Bayou Barbecue on the Lawn
Saturday, August 7

~ Cocktails at 6 pm ~ Dinner at 7 pm~Casual Dress

Music by Loren Barrigar with J+T

“Laissez le bons temps rouler!”

Enjoy a delicious Louisiana bayou barbecue on the lawn featuring Beer Can chicken, gumbo, shrimp Nola with music provided by renowned fingerpicking style guitarist Loren Barrigar with J and T.

chopping station

chicken and andouille sausage

w/ creole mustard sauce

a creole rice dish with shrimp, chicken,
andouille sausage, tomato, onion and bell
pepper topped with authentic creole sauce

sautéed shrimp and spiral pasta in a savory
cajun cream sauce


w/ molasses butter

served a la mode

Menus for the week

7/28 Wednesday Menu

  • Petite Tenderloin with Sauce Bordelaise
  • Roasted Pork Tenderloin with White Wine Reduction Sauce
  • Whipped Sweet Potato
  • Zucchini Gratin
  • Classic Caesar Salad
  • Grilled Peaches with Prosciutto, Balsamic Glaze on Baby Spinach
  • Parker House Rolls
  • Cheesecake Brownies

7/31 Saturday Menu

  • Petite Tender Au Poivre
  • Roasted Airplane Chicken Breast with White wine sauce
  • Wild Rice with Butternut Squash and Mushrooms
  • Roasted Broccolini
  • Classic Caesar Salad
  • Grilled Radicchio Salad with Gorgonzola and Balsamic Vinaigrette
  • Yeast Rolls
  • Blueberry Cobbler with Vanilla Ice Cream

July 14 – Wednesday Summer Picnic Menu


Southern Fried Chicken

Sour Cream and Chive Mashed Potatoes

Creamy Macaroni & Cheese

Mikes Collard Greens

Iceberg Wedge Salad
w/ pickled red onion, crisp shallots, bacon & diced tomato

Seasonal Fruit Salas

7-UP Biscuits

Peach Cobler
w/ vanilla ice cream

July 10 – “Creative” Black Tie Dinner

Cocktails at 6:00, Dinner at 7:00 (please note the earlier time)

A lovely night at the club with a creative twist. Wear your formal best and add a splash of personality. Chef Pauline will serve up an Italian-themed menu that is sure to please!

Italian Style Petite Beef Tenderloi
w/ rosemary-balsamic reduction sauce


Hand Made Gnocchi
a la romania

Mushroom Risotto

Grilled Marinated Vegetable Salad

Caz Club Caesar Salad
ripped ciabatta croutons

Herb Focaccia


July 4th weekend

July 3Black Tie Dinner with entertainment by The STRANGERS
CNY’s favorite band from the 60’s is back!! Doing all the hits from then.. AND MORE!!The Strangers are a 5 piece 60’s Rock band with a wide variety of backgrounds in music, playing Rock, Swing, Country, Blues and Standards for your big Cazenovia Club Fourth of July weekend.
Deadline for reservation is Thursday at noon.

Come back for the oohs! and ahhs! of the big finale

Sunday, July 4
Independence Day Picnic – Casual Dress

6:30 ‘til Fireworks!

It’s casual, it’s cocktails, and the Cazenovia Clubs perfect location for the best fireworks in America and Pauline’s Picnic extravaganza. Bring the kids and extended stay house guests and don’t miss out on this extremely popular tradition.

Name the Coyotes

At first, they’re a little startling, then they’re kind of cute. They are the fake coyotes we keep on the grounds to scare away the geese. We have two of them and they should have names! Send your suggestion for both names to us and maybe your names will be selected. Along with bragging, rights the winner will get something special.

Menus for the week

6/30 Wednesday Dinner Menu

Slow French Roast Beef
Chicken Coq Au Vin
w/ mushroom, carrot, & burgundy wine
Cauliflower Au Gratin
Herb Roasted Baby Reds w/ fresh thyme
Nicoise Salad w/ baby green, hard egg, olives, green beans, tuna & lemon vinaigrette
Club Caesar Salad ripped ciabatta croutons
French Butter Rolls
Local Strawberry Shortcake w/ chantilly cream

7/3 Saturday Dinner Menu. – Black Tie with the Strangers

Local Herb Roast Pork Loin w/ pan gravy
Baked Atlantic Salmon w/ lemon, fresh dill & dijon crème fraiche
Seared Asparagus w/ crisp bacon & plum tomato
Roasted Root Vegetables
Whipped Chantilly PotatoesBarley, Corn & Legume Salad w/ meyers lemon vinaigrette
Club Caesar Salad ripped ciabatta croutons
French Butter Rolls
Hawaiian Wedding Cake

Opening tonight

As the season starts tonight with our opening clambake, we would like to say how excited we are to get back to the fun of a “normal” summer. However, despite the setbacks of the pandemic, we’re emerging to a “new normal” this year with much-needed improvements to the grounds and clubhouse and a recommitment to the quality and service that makes this club unique and special.

Our new executive chef, Pauline Drumm, brings a culinary flair and energy that has generated a lot of buzz already, and along with our enthusiastic well-trained staff, we expect the standards of hospitality to rise to a new level.

Much of the promise of success this season is mostly due to the expertise of long-time club member David Katleski, who has been retained to consult on revamping the club for launch. His vast experience in the events, brewing and hospitality industry has been invaluable. His time and effort organizing and improving our processes and facilities, training our staff and establishing and negotiating relationships with vendors will surely enhance the quality of our members’ experience and help the club run more efficiently.

Many governors have contributed their unique expertise to enhance the look and feel of the club as well. From Brian Coughlin spearheading projects in the kitchen, bathrooms, and general infrastructure to Mike Woltman securing PPP grants to help fund these improvements to Casey Frazee organizing and staffing the youth program, just to name a few– the entire board has been active and committed to the success of the club for this season and beyond.

President Charlie Andrews has personally supervised many of the ongoing projects and even gotten his hands dirty, literally, adding plantings and installing fixtures to enhance our visual appeal.
Some of the new improvements include new lights, plumbing and electrical, along with new appliances and fixtures in the kitchen. New doors and hardware have been installed on the outside bathrooms, new toilets and fixtures are currently being installed, and lots and lots of paint is hitting the walls. The club is cleaner and safer than it has ever been. We even have a new coyote decoy that has been highly effective at keeping the geese away. It is very realistic. Don’t be alarmed when you see it.
Most of all, we are excited to announce one of our biggest improvements–we now have air conditioning. One of the most requested features of the club is finally here. While we may not need it tonight, you can bet that it will come in handy this summer. It is quiet and effective and will keep us cool in our tux jackets on hot summer nights.There are many more improvements that you will see and many that you will not, but we are certain you will appreciate them in some way or another. Please make the most of the summer and your club, bring friends, play tennis, sip a glass of wine on the porch, reconnect with old friends and let’s get back to the “new improved normal” at the Cazenovia Club.We thank all involved in kicking off this promising post-lockdown season and we look forward to seeing you at the club. We are all happy to be back.Sincerely,The Cazenovia Club Board of Governors
President Andrews lends a hand to Executive Chef Pauline DrummPresident Andrews getting his hands dirty
PS: Saturday night is the first Black tie of the season and Governors Cocktail party. Please sign up by Thursday at noon and celebrate the return to the new season in style.