Category: Generals

Save the date – August 19 for The BIG Beer Battle

There was the Thrilla in Manila, Rocky versus Apollo, Mayweather versus Pacquiao and now we have Northwest Brewing Company from Seattle versus Wasatch and Squatters Breweries from Salt Lake City battling for your vote! Mark your calendars for an evening of dining with each course being paired with not one but two beers, one from…

Blood Drive July 24

Catalina Mountain Elks Lodge No. 2815 is sponsoring a Blood Drive on Friday, July 24, 2015, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The American Red Cross Bloodmobile will be located in front of the lodge at 16045 N. Oracle Road in Catalina. Contact Doug Harpold at 520-403-9406 or dough@vistosofh.com to schedule an appointment. “The need…

Bat Night at Oracle State Park

Jennifer Rinio Research ecologist and wildlife manager for Arizona Game and Fish Joel Diamond, Ph.D. will catch local bats and share facts and lore about the flying mammals in an early evening program at Oracle State Park Center for Environmental Education on Saturday, July 25. The popular Bat Night program includes identifying the net-detained bats…

American Legion Golf Tourney to benefit veterans in need

Ed Davis American Legion Oro Valley Post 132, serving the communities of the Northwest, will sponsor a charity golf tournament Saturday, August 22, 2015. One hundred percent of the tournament proceeds will be used for the benefit of local veterans in need and the soldiers and families of the Post’s adopted locally based Arizona National…

Marchons – Marchons: The Musical World of Marches

Punch Howarth Continuing this summer’s look at music forms, this essay will delve into the various applications of marches, military and otherwise. Mostly they are in double time, 2/4, 2/2, 6/8. There are a variety of march types: military, circus, funeral, ceremonial and concert marches for bands and orchestras. Most marches follow an A B…

Oracle School District

The Oracle School District (OSD) may be small but our dreams are big. With 2014’s override renewal funding and additional efficiencies instituted by administration, our District has begun to realize some of these dreams. This year we were able to hire a music teacher and a school counselor. Additional academic tools, the arts and facility…

From your Events Committee at SaddleBrooke One

Monday, July 13 – Bingo Second Monday of every month in the Vistas Dining Room Bingo sales begin at 5:30 p.m. Early bird bingo at 6:45 p.m. Regular bingo begins at 7:00 p.m. (Prices start as low as $3 per pack for 11 games (cash only!) Seating is limited so come early! Full Agave menu.…

Rustic Border Region of Arizona and New Mexico tour

Bob Stuart Arizona Pathfinders, a nonprofit volunteer group of the Arizona Historical Society, is conducting a five day tour on October 26 through 30, 2015, to the Rustic Border Region of Arizona and New Mexico. Join us for a memorable tour to the remote parts of this region of the Colorado Plateau and Chihuahaun Desert.…