Saddlebrooke Men’s 9 Hole Golf League Membership are inviting all
SaddleBrooke and MountainView men living in HOA#1 and HOA#2 to join our
nine-hole league for the 2020 golf season.
league information and 2020 Calendar of Events, please plan to attend
our 2020 season kick-off meeting on Tuesday, October 15th, 9:00 AM to
11:00 AM, location: HOA#1 Clubhouse-Coyote North Meeting Room (across
the hall from Pro Shop), or to get immediate questions answered, please
call Gary Beeler at (520) 825-4096.
SaddleBrooke Partners Western Dance
classes will start Wednesday, October 16, in the Vermilion room at
HOA1. Beginners class will start at 6pm, Intermediate class will start
at 7pm. We will be teaching the Texas 2 Step, and Western Waltz. This is
a 5 week series. We recommend leather soled shoes or Cowboy boots so
your feet will glide on the floor. We ask for a $40 donation per couple
for the series. Stan and I have been teaching here in SaddleBrooke since
Thursday, October 17, Partner Pattern dance classes will start in the
Mariposa room in Desertview, at 6pm. These are similar to line dances,
but you dance with your Partner. YeeHaw!
have a great group of Dancers in the Partners Western Dance Club. We
have 2 monthly dances, one with a DJ at Hoa1, open to all, and one
ticketed event with a band. The fun starts in November.
Join us for a ground pounding, boot stomping great time!
Topic: “Cowpokes, Crooks and Cactus – Arizona in the Movies”
the earliest days of film, Arizona has been a setting and subject for
hundreds of films. In this entertaining talk, Gregory McNamee, a
frequent contributor on film to the Encyclopaedia Britannica and former
columnist for the Hollywood Reporter, looks at the Grand Canyon State on the silver screen.
Date: October 17th at 4:00 pm
Location: MountainView Ballroom
This lecture is free to both FSL members and non-members.
The Windy City Club brings together SaddleBrooke residents originally from Chicagoland with its annual Tennis Patio Event
Chicagoland Windy City Club has planned another fun event for October,
at the HOA1 Tennis Patio on the afternoon of October 17th.
Now in its 4th year,
the Windy City Club invites all its members and their guests who once
lived in Chicago or its suburbs to join in this year’s fun at a casual
Appetizer Patio Party beginning at 5 p.m.
Bring a Hearty Appetizer to share and BYOB (Bring your own beverage).
time reminiscing about your hometown, mingle and make new friends, and
maybe even re-connect with some former neighbors. Then be ready to enjoy
the food, the company, and just have fun!
If you already are a dues-paying member of the club, you will receive an invitation to October’s Patio Party
via a Groupwork’s email. If you would like to become a member and
receive future notifications, contact our Groupwork’s membership chair
Margie Schulte at firstname.lastname@example.org
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SAVE THE DATE
Windy City Club Pot Luck
October 17, 2019, 5:00pm on SaddleBrooke One Tennis Patio
For more information contact Maureen Van Dorn, 520-419-6698
SADDLEBROOKE STROKE/NEUROLOGICAL SUPPORT GROUP
FOCUS ON FINANCES is our subject matter this month and what every caregiver should know about money, presented by our treasurer, Roma Robson who has expertise in this area. She will be discussing the various aspects of how money plays an important part in the choices caregivers and families face in financial planning for their loved ones affected by a neurological disorder.
Please join us for practical guidance on how you can stay the course when it comes to the emotional discussions about money.
WHEN: FRIDAY OCTOBER 18, 2019
WHERE: Preserve Club house, Room #2
RESERVATIONS: Contact Marilyn Sellers at 818-0965 or email@example.com if you are attending. For those staying for lunch From noon-1pm a count will be taken at beginning of meeting.
QUESTIONS: CALL ESTA GOLDSTEIN 825-1181
Digital Photo Club of SaddleBrooke (DIGS) invites all SaddleBrooke
residents to attend the October club meeting in the Coyote room of the
SaddleBrooke One clubhouse on Saturday, October19th. The
meeting begins at 9:00 AM, but members and guests usually gather around
8:30 for w informal discussions around 8:30. This is a one-time change
from the second Saturday of the month so as not to conflict with the
program is titled “Saving Time with PhotoShop Actions” by DIGS club
member Bill Todd. Bill is well-known within the SaddleBrooke photography
community for his knowledge of Adobe’s PhotoShop and Lightroom software. If you use, or are interested in learning more about PhotoShop, you are sure to come away with some useful tips:
information about “Taking Your Photography to the Next Level,” future
programs and joining DIGS is available on the club’s website www.digsouth.org.
SaddleBrooke Spanish Culture Club (SCC)
Hola! It’s the start of a new season for SCC. Please join us on October 21st for our next meeting. We are celebrating the start of the new season with wine and cheese! New members welcome!
are a culture club, not a language club, so speaking Spanish is not
required. We are a friendly mix of Spanish-speakers,
non-Spanish-speakers, and Hispanic culture enthusiasts.
meet monthly at 5:30p.m. on the third Monday at the HOA1 activity
center, and often have additional group outings to enjoy related arts
and culture events. The club is open to all Saddlebrooke residents.
also have a monthly Spanish-speaking lunch at the Mesquite Grill. The
next one is October 7th at 12pm. Contact Audrey Tarchine at
firstname.lastname@example.org by October 4th.
is a public meeting to introduce our new Scholarship Endowment Program
to residents of SaddleBrooke. To increase the number of scholarships
that can be awarded and secure funding for future generations of
college-bound students, SBCO has developed a Scholarship Endowment
Program to be funded exclusively through designated donations. Learn how
you can leave a portion of your financial assets to create a lasting
legacy by helping more deserving local students attend college.
Free screening of the Better-Angels Documentary – The
purpose of the documentary is to encourage respect for differences
rather than to advocate for any position on the right or left. All SaddleBrooke residents are invited.
When: October 30, 3:00pm
Where: MountainView Ballroom East – seating up to 200.
Andrea Molberg, PhD Consulting Psychologist 520-777-0994
Co-Sponsors: League of Women Voters, SB Democratic Club and SB Freethinkers
Monday Mixers – Starting Soon – Come join the Fun!
mixers is a great way to meet other Saddlebrooke residents. All are
welcome, you do not have to be a golfer, a couple or an expert putter.
All you have to do is want to have fun. This group is open to all men
and women of Saddlebrooke – HOA1 and HOA2. Monday Mixers takes place
at the Putting Green at the HOA1 Clubhouse.
week of putting is free! Come back and you will be charged $20.00 for
the season. Prizes are awarded monthly and at our end of the year
Monday November 4th will be our first event.
is on Mondays at 3:30. Practice starts at 3:00 the 2019 / 2020 Season
runs into late April. You do not have to putt every week. Come when
you can, come when you want, come join the fun!
For additional information contact: The Truesdales: 362-225-3775 or Carrs: 712-251-1731
Who: Community Circle Players Dinner Theatre
Tickets on sale at SB2 starting Oct. 1 for fall dinner theatre comedy
COOKIN’ WITH GUS, written by Jim Brochu and produced by special
arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.!
Where: Performances on stage at MountainView Ballroom
When: November 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, & 17; 5:00 bar with 6pm dinner & show. (Ticket sales begin 10/1)
More Info: Shawne Cryderman at email@example.com or Judi Brauns at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Who: Community Circle Players Dinner Theatre
What: Auditions for spring performances of THE OUTSIDER, a political satire by Paul Slade Smith, published by Playscripts, Inc. www.playscripts.com
When: read-from-script auditions November 18 and 19, 9:30am-noon. (Performances in early March)
Where: MountainView Ballroom West (Performances at both Vistas and MV Ballroom)
More Info: Contact Director Tim Morsani, 520-954-4542, email@example.com. Producer: Fred Lowy, 360-907-5778, firstname.lastname@example.org
Friends of SaddleBrooke Libraries
Tickets for Annual Fall Author Luncheon on November 8th are on sale at the HOA 2 Administration office and online at tickets.saddlebrooketwo.com
Shane is a writer and visual artist in Arizona. Shane has degrees from
the University of Texas at Austin and the University of Kentucky. She
has worked as a professional newspaper journalist, academic reference
librarian, ESL teacher and freelance writer. Shane is the author of
eight nonfiction books and numerous magazine and newspaper articles. Her
first fiction book, Desert Jade: A Letty Valdez Mystery(11-2017)
was a 2018 finalist for Best Suspense-Thriller novel, New
Mexico-Arizona Book Awards. Her most recent Letty Valdez Mystery is Dragon's Revenge (11-2018) and a third Letty Valdez Mystery, Daemon Waters, will be published in August, 2019.
talented friends and neighbors of HOA1, HOA2, including The Preserve
are participating Artisans. Each participating Artist designs and
creates their own unique hand crafted items. You will see, and be able
to purchase, items to display, Items to wear, gifts.
Baskets, Silversmith Jewelry, Lapidary jewelry, Artificial Succulents,
Floral Arrangements, Purses, Southwest Apparel, Leaded and Fused Glass,
Walking Sticks, Greeting Cards, Paintings, Photography, Gourds,
SaddleBrooke Authors, Table Runners, Pottery, Ceramics, Quilts, and much
Also, if you are an artist or crafter wishing to participate contact; Mark Erickson at 520-907-8636 or email@example.com
Community Circle Players'
Circle Players' November dinner theatre show is COOKIN’ WITH GUS,
written by Jim Brochu and produced by special arrangement with Samuel
French, Inc. [Legally, this has to be included in every announcement of the show.]
menu includes Grilled Shrimp Skewer with Margarita Butter for an
appetizer, Chicken pesto w/Roasted Red Pepper Relish, Angel Hair Pasta
and Grilled Zucchini and Coffee Chocolate Chip Gelato with Almond
Biscotti for dessert plus rolls & butter and coffee/tea. Vegetarian
options available for appetizer and/or entree. The bar opens at 5:30
with dinner and show starting at 6:00pm.
are November 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, and 17 on the stage of HOA2’s Mountain
View Ballroom. The $49 tickets (for the dinner plus show) will be
available for purchase starting October 1 at the HOA2 Administration
have a monthly pick up program for gently used bath towels, pet beds,
pet food, and misc. pet items. This takes place the first Friday of each
month. Just email firstname.lastname@example.org
call 520-548-7861 to arrange for a pick-up. Please contact us by noon
on the Wednesday before the requested pick-up date so that we can
arrange the most efficient schedule for our drivers. Just place it in
your driveway by 8AM on the day of pick-up, and we do the rest. Pick up
of any item is at the discretion of the driver.
Dance with us in the Fall. We have free classes for members. Coming in
September: Foxtrot and Samba; October: West Coast Swing and Waltz;
November: Argentine Tango and Salsa. We have open dance for everyone
Wednesdays 4 PM at the Vermillion room, and Sundays 4 PM at the
Mountainview Ballroom. Dinner dances and TGIF dances are coming up in
October and November. For more information email email@example.com, or check out our website for membership forms and other information: sbballroomdance.com.
Join the Barbershop Singers
Barbershop Chorus of SaddleBrooke meets every Tuesday evening at 6:30pm
in the Agate Room of the HOA2 Arts & Crafts Center, 38725 S
Mountainview Blvd. We have been singing in SaddleBrooke since 1998, and
now number about 25 singers. We are part of the international Barbershop
Harmony Society. We would love to have any men who like singing to try
us out – you will find it is a unique singing style. We have tenors
(high notes), leads (melody), and the low voices singing baritone and
bass. We do not compete. Our goal is to have fun in addition to singing
well. We do performances a few times a year, as well as a concert at
Desertview Theatre in December.
SaddleBrooke Bereavement Support Group No Cost to Attend No Commitment to Come Back
Every Sunday, 4:00pm - 5:30pm
SaddleBrooke One Clubhouse, HOA#1, Coyote Room South (Lower level) 64500 E. SaddleBrooke Blvd.
groups provide a confidential forum, to share feelings, concerns and
information as a way of supporting and encouraging each other.
*Sponsored by SaddleBrooke Health & Wellness For information or questions, please call 520-825-8980
Church & Bible Study
Sunday Service - 8:30am Desert View Theater
who has lost a loved one is invited. We will be discussing ways to
combat loneliness. Those who are further along in their recovery
journey are invited to share their experiences. Contact Bruce Block at 858-692-5227 or firstname.lastname@example.org information and directions.
"Surviving the Holidays"
October 27th - 1:30 - 3:30pm
Community Church at SaddleBrooke
Parish House 36768 S Aaron Lane
contact Bruce & Cari Block
(858) 692-5227 or (858) 243-3747
Resurrection at SaddleBrooke Church Sunday Service 10:00am Vermilion Room If you have any questions, please call Judy at 818-6758.
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