We hope to see you at the Round Up Meeting this morning at the Hole in the Wall at 8:30am. Coffee, tea and morning munchies are available. Learn about the happenings of the park and there will be special drawings too! We also will be announcing the winners of the raffles for the rock clock and stepping stone!
Woodcarvers will be in the Gamlin’ Room at 9am. Pinochle is played at 7pm.
2 Old Dudes will be open today 11am-2pm, closed tomorrow.
Fiction Book Club meets at 9:30am in the Hang Out Room. If you are interested in summer updates on reading material, please sign up in Activities by Tue. 3/23. Darts are played at 3:30pm and Poker is at 6pm.
Tuesday Bingo is filled although we want you to stop by the Hole in the Wall at 6:30pm to see if there are open seats. We are still celebrating ‘Lucky” month with fun and games. For under $10 you can have a night out of laughter and maybe win some cash!
Reminder that tomorrow is the casting call for the Sundance Dessert Theater. There are large parts and small parts, something for everybody, with or without experience. Meet tomorrow at the Hole in the Wall at 1pm.
Time is running out on purchasing your corned beef and cabbage dinner presented by the Sauce Boss. Tickets are $14 and will be sold until 3pm today. The event is carry out only and will be in front of the Activity office 4-6pm. This is a great way to end the day after a wonderful parade.
Today is the last day to sign up for your tire checks by the Ed Whitehead’s team who will be here on Thu. 3/18! All covers, hubcaps, and obstructions must be removed to allow easier access.
St. Patrick’s Day parade will line up tomorrow Wed. 3/17 at the Ranch House parking lot. Step off is at 1pm. Everyone is encouraged to join us to spread Irish blessings and cheer throughout the park. Please be careful as you navigate through the Sundance during this time.
All motorcycle and trike owners, enthusiasts, and spectators are invited to join us for a Bike Blessing on Sun. 3/21 in front of the Activity office at 10am. Please join us for a short service and then on a ride afterwards.
-May your pockets be heavy and your heart be light, may good luck pursue you each morning and night – Traditional Irish Blessing