Sundance Monday and a Busy Week

Mark your calendars!

Mon. 3/15 2 Old Dudes are open this week Mon., Tue., Thu., Fri. 11am – 2pm.

Jammers will be playing at site 53 on Cassidy at 1pm.  Bring your chair and dress for the weather.

Tue. 3/16 Round Up Meeting 8:30am Hole in the Wall.     Book Club will meet at the Hang Out Room at 9:30am.  Don’t forget to sign up in Activities before Tue. 3/23 to receive emailed reading updates over the summer.

Wed. 3/17 Sewers/Quilters meeting in Gamblin’ Room 9:30am.

Line up for St. Patrick’s parade at Ranch House parking lot. Step off at 1pm.  Please note parade will travel on perimeter streets and we ask that you be cautious when traveling through the park during the parade.

The Sundance Dessert Theater actors are volunteers from the park, most of who have always wanted to be in a play but never tried. Those and a few with experience have put on a variety of plays at the end of February for the last 12 years. If you’re interested in joining the player for the 2022 play, please come to our casting call this Wed. 3/17 at 1pm in the Hole in the Wall.

Time is running out to purchase tickets for the St. Pat’s dinner presented by Sauce Boss. $14 tickets are available in Activities.

Thu. 3/18 Ed Whitehead’s team will be here checking tires.  All covers, hubcaps and other obstructions must be removed to allow for easy access.  Sign up in Activities.

Sat. 3/20  Photo Club will meet in the Gamblin’ Room at 9am

Sundance Block Party starts at 11am.  Jammers and Trio will be supplying music and we are working on a game or two.

We have raffle tickets for the rock clock designed by Lapidary and the stepping stone made by Stained Glass in Activities. $1 each 7/$5.  Drawing for both will be tomorrow at the Round Up Meeting!

Smoke Signal articles and Random Acts of Kindness forms can be turned into the Activity front desk this week.

Don’t forget to drop off mailing labels to the Main office before you leave.  Computer Lab is happy to make them for $1 a sheet.  They will be open this morning at 9am.

-A kind word never broke anyone’s mouth. – Irish Proverb