Thursday, Brrr and Sundance!

A BEAUTIFUL, yet brisk morning at Sundance 1 RV!  Fire up your calendars as we are about to get super busy with many things for you to do.  First let’s take care of business.

Dog owners please be responsible for your pet and clean up after them.  This includes while you are in the dog park or out for stroll.  Do not allow your fur baby to defecate on empty or occupied sites.  How would you like it if someone allowed their pet to do it on lot?  Dogs are not allowed in the Main office complex, pools, or buildings.  They must remain on blacktopped areas and on leash at all times.

Please practice empty site etiquette and do not walk through or drive through unoccupied sites.  You could run over landscaping or utilities causing damage.

Today in the Gamblin’ Room we will have Hand Foot & Toe being played at 9am.  Bridge will be at 7pm.  If you want to learn any card game, everyone is invited to join us.

The Singles Group will be in the Hang Out Room for a short meeting at 1pm.  This is a brainstorming meeting to find out what events you would like to attend and places to see.  The Dart players play at 3:30pm and Poler is at 6pm.

Stain Glass is open 9am-2:45pm.  They may close for lunch.

Friday, 10/29 Wood Carving is in the Gamblin’ Room at 9am and encourages everyone interested to come in and see what projects are being worked on.  Beginner kits are available and we have plenty of talent that would love to share their skills.  At 1pm the card game Samba is played.  This is a form of Canasta and you’re invited to play!  Pegs and Jokers start at 7pm.

Hang Out has Crafty Ladies at 1pm and you’re invited to bring your craft and share tips with this talented group.

Stain Glass is open 9am-12pm.  They may close for lunch.

Sat. 10/30 you will find Mah Jongg played at 1pm and Hand Foot & Toe players will be in the Gamblin’ Room at 6:30pm.

At 7pm at the Hole in the Wall we will have a suspenseful thriller movie.  Bring your comfy chair, snack and beverage for an enjoyable evening.

Sun. 10/31 at Pool 1 we will be having our Halloween Happy Hour/Octoberfest, 4-6:30pm.  Warren Young will be playing music for us and the Secret Ingredient will be offering a tasty menu for you to purchase from.  A costume contest with prizes will begin at 5:45pm.  Come and have a bootiful happy hour with us!

Monday, 11/1 the following rooms will be open!  Ceramics,  Computer Lab (9am-12pm), and Stain Glass

Gourd Shop has 1 seat available for their beginner class on Tue. 11/2 at 10:30am and 2 seats for Wed. 11/3 at 9am.  These are first come, first seated and sign up is in Activities.

Attention golfers!  Come to Activities and sign up for our Thursday Scramble by Monday 11/1 at 4pm. $2 per person and we have limited availably at this time.  Course fee for 9 holes is $25 with cart and $17 if you are walking.

We will be having Thanksgiving Dinner on Thu. 11/25 at the Hole in the Wall with social at 3:30pm and dinner at 4pm.  This season our meal will be prepared and served from our kitchen by The Secret Ingredient staff.  In order to pay for their services, we are selling tickets beginning today at $10 per person.  Menu is turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce and jelly, green bean casserole, and yest rolls.  Table service will be provided.  Desserts will be potluck style and provided by the attendees.  Lemonade, iced tea, and coffee will be available or you can bring your own beverage. Come to Activities to reserve your seat for a delicious meal and the dessert you wish to share.

Hale Theatre Tag- Along tickets for The Christmas Carol are now available in Activities. Tickets are $44 per person and the performance will be Sat. 12/11 at 2pm.

We have our first dance tickets available for purchase at $10 per person in activities for JC & Laney.  They will be performing 7-10pm on Sat. 11/13 at the Hole in the Wall.  They have 7 CD releases and were chosen for the 1st round of the 2016 Grammy Awards. Check out their site at

“Autumn carries more gold in it’s pocket than all the other seasons.” – Jim Bishop