Tomorrow, Feb 24, 2018
9-3pm – Quilt Show – Hole in the Wall
1pm – Windows 10 Class – Gamblin’ Room
The annual Horseshoe Potluck is scheduled for Sunday, Feb 25 from Noon to 2pm in the Hang Out Room. All pitchers are welcome!
The final Country Store of the season is Friday, March 2 from 8:30 to Noon in the Hole in the Wall. Scads of vendors to choose from! This will be a perfect time to purchase those must-have items. Coffee and donuts and lunch available for purchase. See you there!
60’s/70’s Rock and Roll Show – Friday, March 2nd at 6:30pm in the Hole in the Wall. Don’t miss the final show of the season put on by Sundance’s own Electric Jammers.
VIP Seating will be reserved for those who dress up with another Fashion Show at the break. A Sing Along section will also be reserved for those that really want to get into the show.
A $1 donation at the door to help purchase sound equipment is appreciated.
Have you missed our Saturday night dances? Put your dancin’ shoes on and enjoy the music of Come Back Buddy on March 3 from 7-10pm in the Hole in the Wall. We’ll bring memories of Buddy Holly and Peggy Sue!! Tickets are $8 in advance and $9 at the door.
It is Variety Show time!! Do you have a song, dance, instrument, skit, joke or other form of entertainment to share? Please contact the Activities office and let us know. We’d love to have you in our show on Thursday, March 8 in the Hole in the Wall.
We need you!! It’s almost time for Western Days on March 10. For those of you new to the park, it’s a day filled with games, lunch, music and FUN! However, we need you to volunteer and/or participate in the games. For more information, please stop by the Activities Office and sign up for the one or more games and/or to volunteer. We’ve added a poker run this year as well as an outdoor giant Jenga game. Also, name badges will be mandatory for lunch. Come join the excitement!
NOTICE TO ALL: Recently the Park had some bikes stolen and other personal items. This is a reminder to PLEASE LOCK UP YOUR PERSONAL ITEMS. DO NOT LEAVE THEM OUT IN THE OPEN, UNLOCKED. In the event you do have items stolen, please call the Police and file a report The folks who had their bike stolen did the right thing and FORTUNATELY for them, their bike was recovered.
THE THOROUGHFARE BETWEEN THE CLUBHOUSE AND THE CERAMINC/CARD ROOM WILL BE BLOCKED WITH BIKE RACKS. PLEASE DO NOT MOVE THE BIKE RACKS. TOO MANY CLOSE CALLS WITH BICYCLES AND GOLF CARTS HAVE OCCURRED. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Judy Dickson, Park Manager
NOTICE: The 2 large BLUE Bins are for recyclables (paper/plastic/tin cans/aluminum cans), NOT TRASH. The Maintenance crew has been removing chairs, pallets., etc. These items do not belong in the BLUE bins but in the BROWN Trash Bins. Thank you.
If you have a faded blue park sticker on your windshield, please stop by the front office for a replacement.
Hungry? We have tickets available for the following:
Feb 27 – Chicken Alfredo lunch – $6
Johnny with the oranges will be here on Feb 28 for the final time this season. He’ll be located in the parking lot at 9am.
Sundance Blood Drive is scheduled for Mar 3 and the sign up sheet is in the Activities Office. Save the date – United Blood Services will be here from 8-Noon in the Gamblin’ Room.
It’s spring break time of the year. As a reminder, the pool is open to children under the age of 18 from 12:30 – 2pm and again from 4-6pm. Enjoy the pool!
PLEASE RETURN the red fire hydrant taken from the dog area at Nevada and Autry.
The Sundance 1 RV Resort Church will be holding our annual toy drive for the children’s wing at Banner Hospital through the month of February. Please help us put a smile on a child’s face. You may drop your toy donations in our tub in the activity office or bring to church on Sunday, and you may also drop them off at site #445. Thank you. Judy & Les Pierce
Thanks to all the people that were involved in making the Dessert Theatre a success. Thanks also to everyone who attended and supported us. Thanks to all the groups that gave up their time this week for us. We appreciated your cooperation!
When: Monday Feb 26
Where: Hole in the Wall
What to bring: dish to share, own table service & your own drink.
We will have a big pot of coffee.
All shuffleboard players are welcome if you played a little or a lot.
If you have something you would like to donate for door prizes, bring with.
17 teams had a great time!
Champions – 1st place Phill Archer & Joe Hess
2nd Place – Fritz Zemski & Bob Wilcox
3rd Place – Linda Hodgson & Bev Gold
4th Place – Carolyn Hess & Darlene Clark
Congratulations to All!!
Ready for a pickleball competition? On March 9 Fiesta Grande will be here to play against our Sundance All Stars! You don’t want to miss this one. The time will be announced at a later date.
Save the Date! Have you ever tried a Paint Nite? We’ve made arrangements for Wednesday, March 7 at 6pm at Mimi’s Café to paint a wildflower! You’ll need to register and pay on line. There are limited spaces remaining. Hope you can join us!
The Town Council meeting was called to order at 9am on Feb 14. The items discussed were Park WI-FI issues, New AED in Sports Complex, PulsePoint App, Paint colors on some Park Models, Weed concerns, the Pathway between Ceramics & Hole in the Wall thoroughfare.
If you desire more details, a complete accounting of the Meeting Minutes can be obtained in the Activities Office.
PLEASE PUT ON YOUR CALENDAR:
Monday, March 5th
9:15am – Noon
Vote in Town Council Election @ Hole in the Wall.
60th Annual Cactus Fly-In will be held March 2-3, 2018 at the Casa Grande Municipal Airport. Entrance fee is $10 for one or $20 per carload and children under 18 are free when accompanied by an adult. One admission fee is good for both days with wrist band. Doors open at 8am.
Reminder – Each Saturday in the Quiet Room, there is Rosary at 9:30am.
Please note the time of the St Patrick’s Dinner has been changed to 4pm on March 17 in the Hole in the Wall.
Our favorite comedians/singers, Bernie & Red, will be here to entertain us on March 14 at 7pm in the Hole in the Wall. Tickets go on sale this Monday, Feb 26 in the Activities Office.
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Have a great week!