Our washers are HE models and require only ¼ of liquid detergent to get the job done. If you use more than that, you will find soap residue in your clothes and it will run out of the top of the washer creating a fall hazard on the floor. Please clean up any spills on the floor or notify a Sundance staff member right away.
Dogs are not allowed in the Main office complex, in any rooms or buildings, in pools or spas. Even if you are checking your mail, your fur baby must be kept on the blacktop and not on concrete. Dogs cannot be carried around the areas noted either.
If want to be more involved with Sundance now is your chance to represent your peers by running for Town Council! Three positions will be open and nomination forms can be picked up in the Activity office. Yes, you can nominate yourself by completing the form and returning it to the box in Activities. Voting will take place on Tuesday 3/01/2022 after the Round Up Meeting at the gazebo 9-11am. Deadline to submit the nomination forms is Monday 2/21. Resident requirements are noted on the forms.
Coordinators and Monitors the Activity office will be open at 8am on Saturday 1/15 so you can pick up your room keys and have ample time to set up your table display for the Activity Expo that starts at 9am at the Hole in the Wall.
Smoke Signal articles need to be in the Activity office by Thursday 1/20. All residents, Coordinators and Clubs are encouraged to submit articles about upcoming events you have planned! Drop off your news or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
It was a great game yesterday between the two undefeated Sundance teams. The Sundance Colts defeated the Sundance Mustangs 13-9 in a very well-played game by both teams! Thanks to all the Sundance fans who came out to cheer for our teams! Next Monday 1/17 both teams will play at the Palm Creek Field. At 10:15am the Sundance Colts will play the Palm Creek Diamondbacks and at 11:30am the Sundance Mustangs will play the Fiesta Grande Scorpions. Don’t forget to visit the Softball table at the Activity Expo on Saturday 1/15!
Name badges do need to be worn when you are in the park. Even if you are just going to check your mail, please wear your name badge.
Activity & Room News –
Stained Glass has a beautify cactus with sunset picture that they are raffling off. Tickets are $5 for 7 or $1 each. Check out the picture and purchase tickets at the shop when we are open which is Monday through Friday and Wednesday evenings.
At the Art Barn this afternoon the 2nd class of Intermediate/Advanced Beginner Mandala Dot painting will be held at 1pm. Sign up was required and if you are unable to make the class today, please contact Pam right away as we do have a waiting list.
Gamblin Room – Photo Club will meet at 9am today so they can attend the Activity Expo tomorrow. Wood Carving is also at 9am. Samba is played at 1pm and Pegs & Jokers is at 7pm.
Jam practice is in the Hang Out Room at 8:30am. Crafty Ladies will be working various crafts at 1pm.
Walk Exercise will be at 9am at the Hole in the Wall. Senior Stretch follows at 10:30am. Dessert Theater will practice at 1pm.
Lunch will be served by Dining with the Duffies 11am-1:30pm. Fish fry, hush puppies and slaw $12. Chicken salad sandwich with chips $8.
Shuffleboard will be played at 9:30am and the fee is 0.50. Come on out and have fun and learn how to play and also how to care for our great courts.
RC Racers will hit the track at 1pm. Check out our racers and ask questions about this great hobby.
Pickleball has their schedule posted in Activities and at the courts. See you there!
Stop in the Billiards room at 9am and enjoy a game or two of pool. Men and women are encouraged to join us!
Pool 1 Patio is reserved beginning at 6pm for a birthday celebration for Chuck Ford.
Breakfast and lunch will be served at 8am-1pm by Dining with the Duffies at the Hole in the Wall. Activity Expo will be 9am-12pm and will feature a wide variety of activities that you can learn about. We encourage everyone to stop in and check out the amenities that Sundance offers!
It’s not too late to purchase dance tickets for Classic Example Band 7-10pm at the Hole in the Wall! Tickets are $10 and $11 at the door. They are ready to play your favorite country, R&B, rock and roll tunes. Bring your beverage and snack for an evening of good music and fun! Soda and water will be available for purchase.
Gamblin’ Room has Mah Jongg played at 1pm. Hand Foot & Toe is at 6:30pm and you can sign up for the February Tournament during regular play times. Pinochle will play at 7pm.
Hang Out will have Bunco at 7pm. Fee is $3 to play and men and women are invited to join us!
Church services will be at the Hole in the Wall at 8:30am.
Gamblin’ Room will have Texas Hold’em at 4pm and Mexican Train (Dominoes) is played at 7pm.
Hang Out Room has Trio practice at 1pm and Tournament Texas Hold’em at 6pm.
Come to Activities to purchase tickets for shows, entertainment, dances, Tag-Alongs, sign a petition, take a survey and more!
Mail Room is closed on Monday 1/17 in observance of Martin Luther King Day.
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