Category: Clubs & Classes

Beginning Meditation class starts March 6

Join meditation teacher and ordained Kriya Yoga initiate and Swami Carol Emerson for a three-week introductory meditation class that will set you up for your own personal practice. You probably have heard about the benefits of meditation (like how it can reduce stress, improve your health, prevent disease and, last but not least—bring more ease,…

MountainView Bridge Club news

Ann Hinge, our bridge director

Ann Kuperberg We were saddened by the passing of John Wolf, a regular Duplicate Bridge player. He was always willing to play with anyone who asked and will be remembered as “Mr. One No-Trump” bidder. The January Sectional held in Tucson yielded many SaddleBrooke winners with Mike Levy finishing with many master points. In Open…

PEO Luncheon and Style Show slated for February 24

Hardworking Chapter EP members meet to plan for the February 24 style show and luncheon.

Laura Shoffner Excitement is building for the ever-popular style show and luncheon hosted by Chapter EP of the P.E.O. Sisterhood. Join friends on Friday, February 24 to ooh and ahh over colorful springtime fashions from Soft Surroundings, enjoy a delicious Cobb Salad luncheon and listen to music performed by Randy and Christine Smith and pianist…

Activities for singles

Singles dining at Michelangelo’s; photo by Arlene Desjardines

Bob Lamb Activities for Singles Happy Hour every Friday at 4:30 p.m. – HOA 1 Agave Monthly meetings – First Tuesday, 4:00 p.m. at Coyote Room HOA 1 SaddleBrooke Singles has a full schedule of activities for those of us that are alone. This spring will be an especially busy time. We enjoy dining out…

Fine Arts Guild’s lecture March 1

The Woodchopper, by Thomas Hart Benton

Tammy Bearden The third and final lecture in the series presented by the SaddleBrooke Fine Arts Guild, in partnership with the University of Arizona Museum of Art, will take place on Wednesday, March 1, 2017 from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. in Ballroom West in the MountainView Clubhouse. The presenter will be docent Brack Brown, who…

Winter art classes

Jenni Long If you are looking for some fun and creative activities this winter, look no further than the SaddleBrooke Fine Arts Guild. They are offering a variety of art classes including guest instructors Pat Dolan and Barry Dodge from The Drawing Studio. Their classes are Contemporary Sumi-e, Drawing and Painting with Your IPad and…

What’s new at SaddleBrooke Computer Club?

Richard Beaty SBCC Users Group Meeting Last month Apple expert Diane Lineback returned to SaddleBrooke and spoke to a packed house at our Users Group meeting. Her topic: Adapting the iPhone/iPad as We Age. If you missed it, a video replay will soon be on the eLearn section of our website, which is accessible for…

English Country Dancing

Enid Fowler Get more exercise! Was that one of your New Year’s resolutions? If so, why not try English Country Dancing! It is great exercise but not too strenuous and lots of fun and camaraderie. There is no charge for the classes! We meet every Thursday from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. mostly in the Vermilion…

Friday Quilters plan a busy 2017

Winner Wendy Butler Berns’ Desert Dreams

Cathy Schaber The SaddleBrooke Friday Quilters plan on another busy and fun-filled year of sewing and companionship for 2017. The officers were installed at a luncheon in the Agave Lounge on January 13. The 2016 President’s Landscape Challenge was reviewed and judged and the winner was Wendy Butler Berns’ Desert Dreams. Wendy is a snowbird…