Category: Clubs & Classes

Gifts of the Season: Friendship and guidance

Holiday Party All members of the SaddleBrooke Stroke/Neuro Support Group, caregivers and caregivees alike, were invited to our sixth annual Holiday Party Monday, December 8 at the home of Carolee and Ed Lawrence. After a coordinated potluck dinner and conversation, our traditional white elephant exchange of unusual treasures followed. We thank Ed and Carolee for…

Western Partners Dance Classes – 2015

Jane Gromelski You’ve seen others dancing on the floor, now see how easy it is. We invite you to come and learn the Texas-Two-Step and the Western Waltz and experience a boot stomping, ground pounding good time! We will begin our next series of classes on Wednesday, January 7, 2015, in the HOA 1 Vermilion…

DIGS: Panoramas for The Bistro

Mary Lou Hackett, Claire Mather, Sharon Cotter and Jan Cregan awaiting Sharon’s presentation on Panoramas. Photograph take by Bill Brennan.

Bill Brennan The SaddleBrooke Photography Club (aka DIGS) November meeting was opened by John Triebe, President, with a tribute to honor Gene Skaggs, who passed recently. A collection of images that Gene had exhibited during his years with DIGS was made into a slide show accompanied by music. Portraits and collages of portraits were Gene’s…

Volleyball Club holds karaoke party

Volleyball Club members and guests enjoyed dinner and karaoke at the Cadillac Chaparral Steakhouse.

Chris Borden There are over 130 listed clubs in the SaddleBrooke Directory with a variety of interests, but ask any member of the Volleyball Club and they’ll tell you there is more fun to share than any other activity can offer! Not only are members of all ages welcome (yes, even kids and grandkids get…

English Country Dancing—give it a try

English Country Dancers during last year’s holiday season

Britt O’Grady Have you ever wondered what English Country Dancing is? Come and check us out on a Thursday afternoon at the Vermilion Room in SaddleBrooke One Clubhouse. Our teacher Enid Fowler has a wonderful way of getting beginners started. Come with or without a partner. If you just want to watch, that’s fine too.…

Chit, Chat and Chow!

Members of the SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club enjoyed dinner at the Olive Garden on November 10.

Dorothy Wood It’s an understatement to say that we in the SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club love line dancing. On a weekly basis, we can dance over 15 hours at various club sessions. In the pyramid of priorities, line dancing falls somewhere between food and shelter. But even the most diehard dancers, at some point, need…