Steve and I want to welcome everyone back for another great season at Sundance 1. Thank you for your patience while the streets were being done. We know it was a big inconvenience, but they sure look nice.
Have you checked out the pool area? It was repaved and the pool redone so it looks brand new. Steve has also added lights to the dog areas around the retention ponds so it will be easier to see at night.
A big thank you to Juanita Clay, Mary and Larry Shumway for all the activities over the summer. We also want to thank our summer staff Pam Koehn, Staranne and Dennis Bohl, Jack Callen and Marcelino for keeping the park running smoothly over the summer. Dennis and Marcelino worked extra hard keeping the park clean with all the wind
We have several new employees this season and several who have returned from past years. I know you will make them feel welcome.
A reminder to all annuals, come to the office when you arrive and let us know you are here. This helps us have an accurate account of who is here and will keep us from returning your mail. Don’t forget to have your unit washed and waxed if needed. Check your unit to see if any TLC is needed such as new carpet on deck and stairs, painting, repair to siding and or awning.
Sundance 1 is now on Facebook please check us out, we also have a new website complete with a virtual tour. The Smoke Signal is on the website in full color. We are trying
to eliminate the paper version as you can see us on line and print it out if needed.
Steve and I along with the entire staff want to wish everyone a very Happy Thanksgiving.
Steve and Sally Jo Johnson, Managers
This park is like heaven to us please don’t drive like hell through it.
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The church services at Sundance 1 RV Resort will resume on November 1, 2015, with Pastor Scott Bailey. The service is at 8:30 AM each Sunday in the Hole in the Wall. The park wants to take this opportunity to thank Gloria and Carl Spencer for their years of service to the park’s church.
Welcome back everyone! I hope you all had a wonderful summer and are looking forward to catching up with park friends over the winter months It is me to start organiing volunteers for the park gate If you would like to parcipate at the gate, please contact me New volunteers are always welcome! Volunteering with the gate is a great way to meet new people, as well as learn more about the park. It is a very straight forward posion and I will be sure to provide you with as many details you will need in order to parcipate comfortably and enjoy your me If you are interested, please contact me at #271 or call 520!876!2271 There is also a sign up sheet at the acvity room See you all soon!
Welcome back all you avid readers.
The Library has a new look this year. Some categories have been moved to make room for more book cases. All books have been relabeled and alphabetized so you can find your favorite author faster. We do have a notebook now listing all our authors and most all our book titles. So, if you are looking for a certain author or book title, you may look in the notebook, or ask a volunteer to help you.
I want to thank everyone who donated book ends to the library this summer—also to whomever organized all of the jigsaw puzzles. It is really appreciated. If you run across any missing puzzle pieces when you are putting a puzzle together, please put a note on the outside weather of the box, so the volunteers can take care of it. Thank you.
One thing we do ask, PLEASE DO NOT grasp the moveable shelves to pull yourself up from a kneeling position. We are afraid you might injure yourself when the books and shelf fall on you. You may grasp the side of the bookcase to assist yourself up. Once again, Thank You.
Have a wonderful and joyful reading season.
Bible Study begins Thursday, November 12 at 1:00 pm in the Hang-Out Room. This year we will be using the LifeGuide study of “End Times”. With all that is going on in our world, this seems like a timely study.
Do you know what scripture says about the last days? If you are just curious or want to know more about what is ahead, please join us for a look at this subject. There will be no particular time predicted or no chronological list of events as there is no consensus among Bible scholars as to what happens when. However, we will examine the texts to see what God says.
Study guides will be available for $6 if you would like to purchase one. If you have any questions, please contact Mike Hughes or Shari Andersen.
Anyone caring to join us for Shabbos on Fridays at 6:30 PM, please contact the activities office for further information. Looking forward to hearing from you!
Sundance/Fairways Veterans Group….
Our first meeting of the season will be Monday, November 16th, at 10:00am in the Hangout Room in Sundance RV Park. All former service members of the U,S, and Canadian armed forces are invited to attend. Our group is not affiliated with any of the national veterans organizations and our only goal is to meet and socialize so that we know each other when we meet in our communities. We also invite speakers with information of interest to veterans. We meet on the third Monday of each month and we alternate between Fairways and Sundance.
From Sue’s Desk
Hello!! It is so good to be back at Sundance and preparing the November Smoke Signal for you. I hope all of you had a great summer and are ready to participate in all the fun events and activities that have been planned for you. Please be sure to check out the new Sundance 1 web site (sundance1rv.com) . We’ve been busily entering this season’s events and now they are even categorized for you. Just click on ‘events’ and you’ll see the categories such as dances, clubs, games, kitchen, etc. Plus….it is very user friendly. I would appreciate it if you would find your activity and let me know of any corrections which I need to make. Thanks for your cooperation!
Here we go for November…..Oh, and all of the events below are also listed on our new Events Calendar!
Nov 2—Jammers start at 6:30 PM in the Hole in the Wall.
Nov 3—Bingo starts—doors open at 6:30 PM in the Hole in the Wall
Nov 4—Flu Clinic in the Hang Out Room from 2-4PM. Sign up sheet is in the Activities Office
Nov 6—Country Store in the Hole in the Wall from 9:00AM to 12:00PM with lunch at 11:30 available
Nov 7—Patio Sale from 8:00 AM to 12:00PM
Nov 11—Veteran’s & Remembrance Day Celebration—Program at 3:00 PM and Dinner at 5:00PM in the Hole in the Wall
Nov 15—Singles Club Poolside Welcome Party from 3:00—6:00 PM
Nov 16—Sundance Christmas Show Planning Meeting at 1PM in the Hang Out Room. Everyone Welcome !!
Nov 18—Tag-a-long to the Hale Theater for live performance of “Mary Poppins”. Sign up & payment due by Nov 2..
Nov 23—Dr. Bhatnagac from Cancer Treatment Services to speak at the Koffee Klatch . Be sure to attend!
Nov 26—Thanksgiving Day Potluck at 4:00 PM in the Hole in the Wall. Sign up in Activities for a table.
Sundance 1 RV Resort
November Dance Schedule
Nov 7—Dale Heinle—$3 at the door
Nov 14—Bunky—$8 advance/$9 at the door
Nov 21—The Brookharts—$8 advance/$9 at the door
Nov 28—DJ Dick Anderson—$3 at the door
Dances are in the Hole in the Wall at 7:00—10:00 PM
Wire Wrap Jewelry Classes…
Please note the new day and time. Classes will meet on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday from 1-3:00 PM in the Craft Room. There will be different projects as well as the beginners pendant. Check the clipboard in the Activities Office. All tools and materials will be provided.
Watch for the new units that will be coming in and will be on display at the Corral. We also have a great variety of pre-owned
Stop in, take a look, and say Hi.
Rental and Sales and Manager
Come join us for a good time playing the Uno card game with a CRAZY twist. No skill level required. It won’t help to strategize as this game has a hilarious mind of its own. The more players the merrier !!!! Saturday evenings @ 7:00 – 9:00 pm in the Hangout Room. Just bring your laugh !!!!!!!!!!!!!
Erick & Sharon
Fall is here and so is another year of couples dance classes. We start Tuesday, November 3 with Two Step and go on to Country Waltz till the end of December. Thursdays we will teach Pattern Dancing starting November 5. Both classes are from 10-11:30 am in the Hole in the Wall.
Beginners are welcome, but a partner is required. Classes are $1 per couple. We hope to see you all there.
Kent & Sandi Reedy—Fairways
POWER WALKING PROGRAM
The Ceramics shop is open and ready to do some painting. There is a good supply of green ware available to purchase with more on order. The shop has everything needed to do a project. There are also classes in Horse Hair plus other classes at Country Ceramics available. The shop is open from 9:00 – 3:45Monday through Friday. Come over and see what we do. Try it, you might like it.
Welcome back to those of you that have arrived for the winter. It’s time to bring your new ideas and join us for Crafty Ladies. Crafty Ladies will officially start on Monday 2 November. If you have never joined us before, stop in and see what it is we do. We meet on Monday 1-4p.m. and Friday from 1-4p.m. in the Craft Room. If you have any questions, contact
Jackie Shinn or Pat Silver
It’s that time of year when our riders start showingup for the winter so Welcome back to Sundance and a season of riding Arizona. Plans for weekly rides are made at the Monday morning coffee Klatch and an email is sent to everyone with the information. We need someone to be in charge of sending emails so if you would be willing to take over this job please let Larry Shinn know.
The singles group is having a pool side welcome home get together November 15th from 3-6 PM. Sign up sheet is in the Activities Office. Bring whatever you want to drink and hors d’oeuvres (snacks) to share. Think about what fun outings you would like to have the singles group do this year. Remember every third Sunday meeting is in the Hang Out Room at 3 PM.
Darcus Arnold, Secretary
Cactus Needles News…
Knit 1, Purl 2, or Chain 3—you choose! Come join us as we knit and crochet hats, scarves, and blankets for local charities in the Casa Grande area. We have cute patterns and donated yarn to share—just bring your own needles. We will meet on the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Mondays of the month from 10:00—noon in the Gambling Room starting on December 14th. We are accepting donated yarn again this year. Thanks for your support! See Karen Fulner if you have any questions.
Can’t believe we are already in March. February was a busy time, I hosted my very first Line Dance party and it turned out to be a success, had a large Sundance attendance and many dancers from outside the park. We all had a great time. The line dancers also participated by dancing “Hello Dolly” in the Tribute To Broadway program.
Now it is time to get back to business, we only have until mid April and there are so many more new dances to learn. Our beginner class is every Thursday at 1:30. Fee is $1 for Sundance residents. What a fun great way to exercise. Come and join us.
Hello everyone and welcome back Bingo should begin (as long as our license is received) Tues Nov 3, doors open 6P, card sales begin 6:15, games at 7P We NEED worker bees, callers, and sales desk, no experience necessary, we will be glad to help you learn our fun acvies, if interested please leave contact informaon on the Bingo sign up sheet in activities!
We did do very well last year with all of your help in fundraising for our new equipment, that is sll underway and hopefully by next month I can give you an update. Look forward to seeing you all at Tuesday night Bingo!
Monday Night Music Jam…
Welcome back! We are anxious to jam again starting Nov 2 at 6:30 PM in the Hole in the Wall. You’re all invited to join us to listen to your neighbors entertain you. There’s no fee for this great evening.
Kitchen Events for November…
Welcome back to the park. Hope your summer was a great one.
In case you haven’t already heard, George and Cheri O’Brien will be our assistants in the kitchen. So if you have any questions about the kitchen they will be able to help you out as well as Larry or I.
The Pinal County Health Department has up-dated the health codes.
Due to the above code changes, the kitchen is requiring any persons cooking or helping in the preparation of food sold to the public, to have a “FOOD HANDLER CARD”. These changes will effect kitchen staff and any groups wishing the use the kitchen. Also food is not allowed if it is food cooked at home (anywhere – not inspected and approved by the “Health Department”) and sold to the public. Food brought in for consumption for “Pot Lucks” where nothing is sold is an exception.
Our kitchen schedule for November is as follows:
Tuesday, NOV 3rd – Taco Salad @ 11:30 AM
Friday, NOV 6th – Country store lunch @ 11:00AM, BBQ Pulled Pork, Hobo soup
Saturday, NOV 7st – Breakfast– Biscuits and gravy @ 8:30AM
Tuesday, NOV 10th – Lunch – Baked Potato Bar @ 11:30AM
Wednesday, NOV 11th – Dinner – Yankee Pot Roast @ 5:00PM
Saturday, NOV 14th – Breakfast – Pancakes & Sausage @ 8:30AM
Tuesday, NOV 17th – Taco Salad @ 11:30AM
Saturday, NOV 21st – Breakfast – French toast @ 8:30AM
Tuesday, NOV 24th – Lunch – Brats and Hotdogs
Thursday, NOV 26th – Thanksgiving Pot Luck Dinner – Turkey & Gravy provided by Sundance1 @ 4:00PM
Saturday, NOV 28th – Breakfast Burrito @ 8:30AM
Welcome back to Sundance for another season. Hope your summer was as great as mine was. Come play Ping Pong and we will compare stories and have a great time. We meet on Monday’s at 7:00 P.M. in the hang out room. Everyone is welcome.
The woodcarving group meets in the Craft Room Tuesdays from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM and Friday mornings from 9:00 AM until noon.
Beginners are welcome to join in the fun. We have several experienced carvers who are happy to help. We can also start you on an easy project. Hope to see you there! If questions, please call the activities office for the contact information for Craig Johnson, or Glen Oldorf, or Don Young.
Quilters and Sewers…
It is the beginning of the season yet some early arrivals are working on one of our charity projects. We are donating a quilt and teddy bear to each of the 36 foster children being adopted on November 7th.
On Tuesday, November 10th we are having a charity work day. Come join us. We will be working, with the help of the Fairways ladies, on backpacks for the foster children to be given at the Christmas party in December.
Our first Luncheon will be Wednesday November 18th. We’re looking forward to seeing everyone and hopefully some new faces too.
Welcome to Open Sewing. We meet each Sunday, Monday, Thursday and Friday.. Here you can sew anything you like including quilts, fibre art, embroidery and more. All you need are your supplies and your sense of humor. See you soon.
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The Country Store
Welcome back, everyone. Hope you all had a wonderful summer.
Now that the weather is cooling off, it’s time for another season of our Country Stores. Our first one will be Friday, November 6, from 9 to 12 in the Hole-inthe- Wall. Over 30 vendors will be on hand, displaying their wares – everything for your house, your person, your grandkids, your hobbies. And don’t forget – Christmas is just around the corner.
Come early and enjoy a cup of fresh coffee and a donut. At 11 Mary, Larry and the kitchen crew will serve up a delicious lunch of hobo soup with crackers ($4.00) or a bbq pulled pork sandwich with potato salad ($5.00). Both lunches include a soda or iced tea.
We look forward to seeing you all on Friday, November 6 at the Country Store.
Many interesting things are planned this season. We meet the 1st and 3rd Wed. each month starting Nov 4, from 10:00 am to 111:00 am in the Gambling Room.
Looking forward to seeing you there.
All those that would like to play Rummy Cube on Wednesdays from 9-11 AM, please join me in the Hang Out Room. If you have a Rummy Cube set, please bring it until we see how many sets we need. Look forward to seeing you.
The Casino School:
Returning to Sundance on Monday, November 16, 2015, at 1:30 PM in the Hole in the Wall. This extremely fun one hour class rewards each person that attends with two Laughlin Fun Books that are good for the whole 2015/2016 year. Everyone is Welcome. The sign up sheet is in Activities and is waiting for your name!
R C Cars..
Welcome back! Last year was the first year the racers had a paved track and what a welcome enhancement it was! We are so blessed at Sundance to have one of, if not the best track in the area. With the upgrades to the recreation area last year we did notice more spectators and people inquiring about getting involved in racing cars. Anyone interested in watching or getting involved is welcome to visit us at the track Monday and Wednesday afternoons at 2 to 4pm.
There are newly constructed stands built by the race car drivers and is designed for drivers only, but feel free to bring a chair and watch the racing. For your own safety, please do not sit too close to the track. The cars are very fast and periodically we do experience accidents. There is a safety fence but cars have been know too leave the track unexpectedly.
Looking forward to seeing you at the track!
Senior Exercises Class….
Senior Stretch as well as Strength & Core Fitness classes will begin Tues., Nov 3, in the Hang Out Room from 9 to 10 AM and will continue every Tuesday and Thursday at this time. We will also do some weight lifting. I joined in doing these exercises this summer in Show Low and was impressed. Come and join us and see what you think!! For more information, contact Terry Beach
Arizona Group Travel…
Welcome back to all. Hope you had a great summer & will be the same for you on your winter stay @ Sundance.
Our 1st. trip is scheduled for Tombstone overnite, sun-mon- Nov 22 & 23rd. Cost is $169 per person double occ. & $219 SINGLE. We will tour Tombstone, staying overnite @ The Grand Hotel there, next day touring Bisbee & on way home will stop @ Elgin winery for wine tasting. This is a great trip & hope we can get 40 or better yet 50 to go on this trip. Flyers to take are located in basket on top of red bus in activity plus signup sheets are just above on wall.
Sun Dec.6th. Evening trip to Phoenix, First Assembly of God Church starting @ 7PM to see an awesome Xmas Broadway presentation, cost is $59 per person, this includes ticket & transportation. This will put us all in the Xmas spirit.
Short preview of Jan, Feb, & Mar. trips.
Jan. 10-12th. 3 day Laughlin trip to Avi resort & casino. Cost $139 per person double occ. & $175 single. Price includes 2 nites lodging, 1 complimentary breakfast, luggage handling & transportation.
Jan. 26th. – Day trip to Out of Africa Wild Life Zoo. Cost $83 per person includes admission & transportation.
Feb. Rocky Point is still being finalized, will keep you posted on this trip.
Feb. 29th Mon, Arizona Opry, dinner & theater. Cost is $80 per person, includes dinner, show & transportation.
Mar. Las Vegas 4 day & 3 nite, Mar. 13-16th. Staying at 4 Queens Hotel & Casino on Freemont St.. Cost is $175 per person double occ. & $229 single. This includes room for 3 nites, 1 complimentary breakfast, 1 fun book per room, luggage handling & transportation.
We are working on a Mar. spring training game, to be announced @ a later date.
People from outside our park are welcome to go with us, on any of our trips, as long as they sign up on our signup sheet in activities. They must fill in all information so we are able to contact them.
Come see me for more information on any trip @ the Sundance Country Store on the 1st. Fri of each month.
If you want to have fun come & take a trip with us.
Take Care & God Bless Terry & Harold Beach
Upcoming Events! Mark your favorite events so you don’t miss out!
Dec 4—Country Store 9:00-Noon
Dec 4—Float Parade Preview throughout the Park…5:00PM
Dec 5—Electric Light Parade—Downtown Casa Grande..5 PM
Dec 6 – Celebration of Life for Jeanne Johnson….2-4 PM
Dec 9—Laughing Bird Show ….7:00 PM
Dec 12—Dance with DJ Dick Anderson…7-10 PM
Dec 14 = New Image Fashions Sales—10AM to 2 PM
Dec 16—Monthly Dinner—5 PM
Dec 17—Sundance Christmas Show—7 PM
Dec 19—Dance with the Dakota Kid—7 PM
Dec 20—”Mrs Clause” Sunday Matinee at 2PM
Dec 24—Christmas Eve Gift Exchange & Chili Dinner—5PM
Dec 25—Christmas Pot Luck Dinner—4PM
Dec 30—Blood Drive from 10AM-2PM
Dec 31—New Years Eve—Dance with Desert Drifters at 7:30PM
Jan 8—Country Store—9:00—Noon
Dec 9—Dance with The Campbell Brothers
Jan 13—Missouri Opry Show—7:00PM
Jan 14—Pool Players Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser—5:00 PM
Jan 15—Welcome Back Event—1:00-3:00PM
Jan 16—”High Tea” Hat Making from 10AM to 4PM
Jan 16—CO/NE Potluck from 11:30AM TO 2PM
Jan 16—Dance with Bunky at 7:00PM
Jan 17—WA/ID/CA/OR Pot Luck—4-6:00PM
Jan 19—Tag-a-Long to Hale Theater “Andrew Brothers”
Jan 20—Monthly Dinner—5:00PM
Jan 21—Honky Tonk Rebel, Mario Carboni—7PM
Jan 23—Discount Card Sale—8:00AM to 3:00PM
Jan 23—Dance with DJ Dick Anderson
Jan 24—The Calhouns—2:00 PM Sunday Matinee
Jan 27 & Jan 28—Adventureland Work Camper Recruitment
Jan 28—Sundance “Grande Ole Opry” – 7:00PM
Jan 30—Dance with Debbie & Double Eagles—7:00 PM
Jan 31—Canadian Pot Luck from 3:30—6:00PM
Feb 3—High Tea—2PM-4PM
Feb 4—Softball Brat Dinner—4PM-7PM
Feb 5—Country Store 9:00AM– Noon
Feb 6 – ND/SD/WY/MT Potluck from Noon to 2:00PM
Feb 6—Dance with Saguaro Sunset—7:00 PM
Feb 7—Iowa Pot Luck from 4:00—6:00 PM
Feb 8—New Image Fashion Show & Sales—10:00AM-2:00PM
Feb 8—SunShine Girls Valentine Party from 4:00PM—6:30PM
Feb 9—Mardi Gras Parade—2:00PM
Feb 9—MI Potluck from 4:00-5:30PM
Feb 10—Bernie & Red Show at 7:00PM
Feb 11—Monthly Dinner
Feb 12—Senior Expo from 11:00AM to 1:00PM
Feb 13—Western Days—8:00AM to 4:00PM
Feb 14—Valentine’s Pizza Party & Rebecca Dawn Show—4PM
Feb 18—Maggie Mae Show at 7:00PM
Feb 20—Hands Across the Border
Feb 21—MN Pot Luck from 1:00-3:00PM
Feb 23 thru Feb 25—Dessert Theater—7:00PM performances
Feb 27—Quilt Show
Feb 28—Sadie Hawkin’s Dance with DJ Dick Anderson
Mar 2—WI Pot Luck at 4:00PM
Mar 2—Tag-a-Long to Hale Theater—”Anything Goes”
Mar 4—Country Store—9:00AM-Noon
Mar 4—Variety Show—7:00PM
Mar 5—Patio Sale—8:00AM to Noon
Mar 5—Dance with The Keepsakes
Mar 9—Sundance Volunteer Lunch from 10:00AM to 2:00PM
Mar 9—Denny Kuller Show at 7:00PM
Mar 11—Artisan Show 11AM to 1PM
Mar 12—Dance with the Moonlighters
Mar 17—St Patrick’s Dinner at 5PM/Irish Ayes Show at 7PM
Mar 19—Dance with Come Back Buddy—7PM—”H.S. Daze”
Mar 20—The Kenny Hess Show—2PM Sunday Matinee
Mar 24—Tag-a-Long to Organ Stop Pizza for 1:30 Program
Mar 26—Dance with DJ Dick Anderson—7:00PM
Mar 27—Easter Dinner Buffet at 4:00PM
Did You Know?…
The Activities Office is open through April 15, 2016 from 8:30am to 10pm. The staff is present from 8:30-4pm seven days each week.
The following are available in that office while staff are present:
- Quarters in exchange for dollars
- Newspaper subscriptions for Arizona
- Republic and Casa Grande Dispatch
- Sign-up for activities that require prepayment
- Fax and copy services for a fee
Also available in the Activities Office:
- Recycle aluminum pop tabs (not cans), box tops for education, and eyeglasses for Lion’s Club
- Small lost and found items
- Polo shirts, t-shirts, ball caps and visors available for sale.
- Box available for food pantry donations.
- Laundry room open 24/7 except for room cleaning from 5:30am-7am daily.
- Recycling at the dumpsters has signs telling you what goes where. Please recycle what you can.
- Newspaper Stands work fine when you do not touch the door handle while you are placing your money in the slot. Wait for each coin to go completely through before putting next coin in. Once all the coins are in, then pull the door handle down.
- Gate Openers are available in the Registration office.
- Air Hose is located behind Hole in the Wall in front of the
- Maintenance Shop at the curb.
- Water machine available 24/7 for 25 cents per gallon. Furnish your own container.
- Bags of Cubed Ice in container found behind the Activities Office at $1.50 per bag payable in the Activities Office.
- Town Council minutes are available for all to read.
Join our Book Group at Sundance
When: Typically the first Monday of every month. First Meeting: November 9th 2015.
Where: First meeting at the Hole in the Wall.
What: Our book will be “Death Comes to Pemberly,” by P.D. James (2013). The group read the Classic “Pride & Prejudice” over the summer as background. This is a “continuation” of this book, written by mystery writer, P.D. James.
Why: Reading is such fun. But it’s a lot more fun if you read a book and discuss it together.
Who: Everyone is invited – women and men. We need as many of you to come as like to read. We’ll always be reading books that are available at the local book sotres and on Amazon, Kindle, and Nook, so you can download if you want to. And we’ll try to read books that have been out for a while, so you can buy them used. At the end of each season we select the books we will read.
Candy Mayo, who has led several book groups in her home town in Colorado will get us started and lead the discussion – at least till we get established. Candy won’t be here at the park till November 9th which is why the November meeting will be on the second monday instead of our usualy first Monday. If you have questions please contact the activities center for more information.
Interested? Sign up at the Activities Office for the first meeting. After that, just come! But, meanwhile, get the book and start reading. Also, please bring books you’ve read and would suggest we read at upcoming meetings. We will never read a book that hasn’t already been read and suggested by a member of the group. That way we don’t read any “duds.”
New Special Hula Class!
Please “oin me for a new VERY BASIC HULA CLASS on Wednesday, November 18 at 1 PM in the CraDs Room (next to the library) If you have thought about trying some hula steps, movements and hand moons, this class is for you!
This one-me-only class will be dedicated to beginners and others with any degree of experience It will cover the first steps, hip movements and a variety of hand moons to introduce you to the fun and exercise of Hawaiian Hula. Both men and ladies are welcome! Please sign up in the Activies Office by Nov 10 *** ALOHA ***
Welcome Back to Yoga with Lorraine at Sundance 1 RV Resort. Classes run from November 17, 2015—March 17, 2016, on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM in the Hangout Room. A Yoga Mat AND a Mexican Blanket or a thick beach towel is REQUIRED for all classes. Classes will be multi level and restorative. Come on in and have some fun!!!
See you Soon!
- Phone usage: If calling from within the park on the park’s system, you only need 2+ the site number you are calling. If your site number is only two digits, add a 0 before your site number – 2029 for site 29. If calling from your cell phone, you need 520-876-2+ the site number. If you get an intercept tone when calling someone, that site chose not to have a park phone.
- Watch channel 38 on the Park’s Cable TV for the latest activities, events, schedules, and photos.
- Room Usage – Please leave rooms as you found them.
- Ice Purchases – Bags of ice are $1.25 each payable in the Activities Office.
- Vehicles – Cars, bicycles, and golf carts are to be driven on the roadways only. Resort rules do not allow them to be driven throughout the resort buildings. Please remember to use the bike racks.
- Hole in the Wall temperature is based on the activity involved. Please remember to bring a sweater or jacket if you’re sitting still.
What are you allergic to? If nothing congratulations! However, if you have
allergies you know how bad they can make you feel! As we all get older our
sense of smell is greatly affected especially by things that we all used to love.
Remember how romantic aftershave on your man or perfume on your lady
made you feel! WELL not anymore. Many of us in the park get headaches (yes
actual ones) or WORSE from the chemicals in the perfumes, lotions, soaps, etc.
We also are affected by any fragrances, even from flowers! Please, if coming
to any public room, do not use scented lotions, aftershave, perfumes etc. as you
never know when you’ll be asked to kindly wash it off. We love you but your
fragrant smell is killing us! Remember if you have used it for a long time, you
can’t smell it on yourself but others can smell you as soon as you arrive and
long after you are gone!
Cut this Emergency block out and put on your refrigerator or some other spot near your phone that is easy for you to know where it is. Don’t forget to write in your site number!!
For Sundance residents only – A special offer!
(Just bring in this ad or a copy of it – expires November 30th)
139 West Cottonwood Lane 520-423-1830 Lunch – Dinner – Take-out
Delicious pulled pork, smoked ribs, brisket (slow cooked 14 hours) bbq chicken, fish and shrimp, plus an international menu of Teriyaki skewers, Hawaiian pineapple pork and Korean barbeque. Any two (2) dinners of your choice and you get a full ten percent off!