Friday Flyer 2-16-18

Today  – 6:30pm – Rockabilly Show

Tomorrow, Feb 17 2018

5:00PM – Hands Across the Border

Have you gotten your Dessert Theater tickets yet?  It’s not to late to purchase them for only $6 for an evening of great fun and a scrumptious dessert on either Feb 20, 21 or 22.  Come see us in the Activity Office.

Attention: This is a reminder the Minnesota Potluck is scheduled for Sunday, Feb 18 at 1pm in the Hole in the Wall.  Please remember to sign up on the clipboard in the Activity Office.  See you at the potluck.

Hungry?  We have tickets available for the following:

Feb 17 – Breakfast – $5.50 – 8:30am

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.

 Interested in going to San Diego with Arizona Group Travel?  There are 2 spots available for the Feb 25 through Mar 1 tour for a cost of $800.  The couple who had purchased the tour are not able to attend and are willing to negotiate.  Please contact Randy or Diane Robinson at site 81.

We have oranges again!!  Johnny will be here for the next 2 Wednesdays (Feb 21 & 28) with oranges and vegetables for sale. You’ll find him in the pull through area after 9am both days.

IMPORTANT NOTICE – The price of water in our machine by the post office door has increased to 30 cents per gallon.  The 5 gallon size has increased to $1.50.  The machine will take a quarter and a nickel or 3 dimes.

We’re sorry to announce the death of our dear resident, Darlene Rogers on February 7 at the Oasis Rehab Facility.  Darlene had been active in the Sundance library and enjoyed her books.  At her family’s request, there will be no services.

Notice:  Make your reservations NOW for next season.  Please see the front office for pricing, deposits questions, etc.  Thank you.

As a reminder, Pets ARE NOT ALLOWED in the Courtyard, which includes all buildings/walkways around the office/activity/pool/bathrooms, etc. area.

ATV/OFF ROAD VEHICLES ARE ONLY TO BE DRIVEN FROM YOUR SITE TO OUT OF THE PARK.  Please! Do not use 4 wheelers to drive within the park.

Due to the increased car traffic, please use the designated parking spots for your golf carts and bicycles.

Bicycles need to follow the same rules as cars and golf carts.  Be sure to drive on the correct side of the road and stop at all stop signs  Lights during early morning and nights are mandatory.

Activities need your help for next season!!     We are looking for 2 volunteers – one for our sound system and one to video our shows.  If you have experience in either of these fields – or would be willing to learn – please contact Sue in the Activities Office.  We thank you in advance!

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. Please see Sue in the Activities office for more information and the coupon code before you go on-line.  Bring your own fun!!

The town council of Sundance 1 RV Park is an elected group of residents formed to be the liaison between the paying residents of the park and the Sundance RV 1 Park management.  They meet November through March, with the park management, hearing what is new for the park and sharing thoughts and requests they have received from fellow residents.

Elections for new members for the 2018-2019 season will be held on March 5.  To be eligible to be on the town council you must pay rent to Sundance 1 RV Resort on either an annual basis or a seasonal basis of at least 5 months and be in good standing.  All are also expected to be in residence at the Sundance 1 RV Resort for the months of November to March and be available for Town Council meetings, which occur on the second Wednesday of each of those months.  If you would be interested in running for a position on the town council, interest forms are available in Activities until February 28. 

Sundance 1 Softball  Change

The Feb 15 games have been rescheduled for Monday, Feb 19 at 10:15 and 11:30am.  Note:  The 10:15 game has our own Colts and Mustangs playing each other.  Be sure to attend!
This weeks schedule:

Tues, Feb 20 – 11am & 12:15pm at Robson Ranch

Thurs, Feb 21 – 9am, 12:45pm & 2pm at Palm Creek

Sundance/Fairways Festival of Quilts

Saturday, February 24, 2018

 Mark your calendars for this year’s Festival of Quilts which will present over 190 entries from quilters at Sundance and Fairways.  Amongst these are unique quilts, large and small, as well as many “very creative” pieces which will be displayed at the Hole in the Wall from 9am – 3pm.  Quilts that will be donated to charitable organizations will also be displayed on the fence surrounding the pool area. Most exciting of all, quilted items will be for sale!  Admission is FREE.

Invite your Sundance friends and neighbors and, in fact, everyone you know, to join us between 11:30am and 1:30pm for a delicious lunch.  Menu is your choice of a grilled hamburger/cheeseburger (larger this year at 1/3 pound) or a brat.  Since we had a “run” on brats last year, we’ve ordered extra brats to insure we don’t “run out” this time.  Lunch also includes chips and tea or lemonade.  All for just $7.  You also may wish to purchase Karen’s delicious homemade Snicker Doodle cookies at 50 cents each.  Soda pop will also be available for 50 cents.

This year’s raffle will be for a gorgeous 52” X 60” quilt, along with three other very unique items.  Tickets are $1 each, six for $5 or twenty for $10 and will be available at the Monday morning Koffee Klatch (Feb 19) as well as at the Festival.  Proceeds from the lunch and raffle are used to purchase fabric and supplies to make quilts for community charities.

Looking forward to seeing you there.

Date Change – Due to inclement weather, the Lady’s Powderpuff Rc Car racing event has been rescheduled for Feb 21 at 1pm.   Bring your own chair and enjoy the fun!

Learn to play Mah Jonng  – Lessons will be given on Tuesdays, Feb 27 and March 6 in the Gamblin’ Room from 9am to Noon.  Everyone is welcome!

Pickleball The pickleball courts will be closed for cleaning on Tuesday, Feb 20th from 1-4pm. 

The Sundance 1 RV Resort church is holding our annual toy drive for the children’s wing at Banner Hospital through the month of Feb.  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.

The 60th annual Cactus Fly-In will be held March 2-3 at the Casa Grande Municipal Airport.  The entrance fee is $10 and the gates open at 8am.

Touch Outer Space – Saturday, March 10 at the Artisan Village of Coolidge  – WOW!  TOUCH THE MOON! and Mars and the asteroid Vesta from 10am to 1pm.  Dr. Carleton Moor is bringing samples to the Museum for you to see and touch.  There will be dealers set up selling minerals, fossils and gems from 10am – 4p, The address is 350 N Arizona Blvd in Coolidge.

Any day can be the best day ever!