News- Notes –
Main office hours for Monday 12/20 – Thursday 12/23 9am-3pm Closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Mail Room hours are Monday 12/20 through Christmas Eve 12/24 9am-3pm Closed Christmas Day 12/25. Activity office will be open Monday 12/20 – Thursday 12/23 8:30am – 4pm. Christmas Eve, 8:30am -Noon and closed Christmas Day. Host will be available throughout the week and holiday.
Gat your Smoke Signal articles in to the Activity office today!
The Canadian Potluck that was scheduled for the end of January 2022 has been cancelled.
The Stained Glass raffle for the beautiful stepping stone will be closing Monday 12/27. Winner will be announced at the Round Up Meeting on Tuesday 12/28. Ticket $1 each or 7 for $5 All proceeds go towards enhancing the shop.
Sundance/Fairways Veterans raffle will be closing their raffle today! Winners will be announced tomorrow at the Round Up Meeting at 8:30am at the Hole in the Wall! Stop by Activities to purchase ticket at 7 for $5 or $1 each. Items are on display so don’t delay!
Correction – Tai Chi will continue through the end of this year with the last class at 10am at the Pool 1 Patio at 10am. Class is held Monday, Wednesday and Fridays and everyone is invited to attend. A hiatus for the month of January will be taken and class will resume in February 2022.
Room News –
All painters are invited to join us at the Art Barn today at 1-3:45pm to work on projects and socialize. We are happy to help with guidance on your projects too.
Gamblin’ Room has Mah Jongg played at 10am, Bridge is at 1pm and Hand Foot & Toe is at 6:30pm.
Join the Cactus Needles for lively conversation and work on knitting and crocheting projects for community organizations. We do have yarn for you to use. We will be there 10am-12pm Crafty Ladies will meet at 1pm and Ping Pong is played at 7pm.
Walk Exercise is at 9am at the Hole in the Wall and Senior Stretch at 10:30am. Tonight, if you jam, come to the Hole in the Wall at 6:30pm. You can also stop in and enjoy the music too. Sundance and Fairways guests are invited.
Beginner Origami class will be at 1pm at the Ranch House Meetin’ Room. A $3 fee is collected. We do hope to see you there.
Shuffleboard is played at 9:30am and it’s only .50 to play. We are happy to teach beginners this great game.
Water Volleyball is at Pool 2 at 1pm. Pool shoes are recommended but do not wear them to and from the pool.
Line Dance is on a two-week break and will resume class on Tuesday 1/4/22.
The next Rzr ride is scheduled to meet at the McDonald’s in Florence at 8:30am. We had 10 rigs on the last ride.
All Sundance guests are encouraged to join us for coffee and morning munchies at the Round Up Meeting at 6:30am in the Hole in the Wall. It’s a great way to keep updated on park news, ask questions and win prizes too! Our sponsor for this meeting is Dennis from Quality Bumper.
Secret Ingredient food trailer will be I pull through site 688 11am-1:30pm for lunch.
Bingo will be played at 7pm at the Hole in the Wall. Card Sales will begin 6-6:45pm. Please pay with smaller currency and a name badge is required. This event is for Sundance and Fairways only. No alcohol or public is allowed.
Fiber Art (Spinning) is at 9am at the Art Barn. If you are curious about this craft, please stop in and join us.
Gamblin’ Room has 5 Crowns played at 9:30am, Samba is played at 6:30pm and Pinochle is at 7pm.
Darts is played at 3:30pm and if you would like to try the game, we do have darts available for you to use. This is a great group that offers good play and laughter.
Hardanger (Needlework) is done at the Ranch House Meetin’ Room at 1pm. All forms of needlework are invited to join us.
Thank you to everyone who joined us for Christmas caroling in Sundance and spreading the spirit.
Please plan on attending our Candle light service on Christmas Eve 12/24 at the Hole in the Wall at 6:30pm. There will be singing and sermon and all of Sundance is invited.
New Years Eve tickets are available in the Activity office! We have three different tickets available for a wonderful evening of dinner, dance and celebrating!
– “Some Christmas tree ornaments do more than glitter and glow, they represent a gift of love given a long time ago.” Tom Baker