SaddleBrooke Nature Club visits lavender farm

Much to our surprise and delight, the SaddleBrooke Nature Club became aware of the Oracle, Arizona treasure known as “Life Under the Oaks” lavender farm. This family friendly venue has…

MountainView Lady Putters Moonlight Madness

Moonlight Madness Winners from left to right: Ginny Jackson, Jean Liske, Pam Brown, Raye Cobb, Pat Brothers and event chairwoman Annette Moyle. The MountainView Lady Putters held a Moonlight Madness…

SaddleBrooke Singers performed an outstanding holiday concert

SaddleBrooke Singers

The SaddleBrooke Singers, under the direction of Linda Griffin, performed Ring the Bells at the DesertView Performing Arts Theatre, December 5 and 7. Songs sung included: Christmas Is Coming, A Holiday Wish, Hanukkah Traditions, Ring the Bells, Lift Your Voice in Song and Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas. Each vocal group: Alto, Bass, Tenor and Soprano…

SaddleBrooke Squares news

Our holiday season was filled with many fun events. The New Year promises even more to come! Many of our club dancers celebrated New Year’s Eve dancing with friends in Green Valley and some Allemanded left with their corner in Mesa. Best of all, when the Times Square New Year Eve’s ball dropped it was…

Part 18: Argentine Tango and Jazz have a lot in common

Lidia and Hector Legrand If you are interested in learning more about Argentine Tango and Argentine Tango events in SaddleBrooke, please visit our website http://tangoargentino.sharepoint.com where you can also read Parts 1 through 17 of this series. Jazz and Argentine Tango share similar origins, history and characteristics. Both were born practically at the same time;…

It’s never too late

Kay Sullivan Can you believe it is 2015? If you were busy and missed the opportunity to take a class in January there are still many classes to get you started in February. The Guild has classes this winter and spring in oil, acrylic, pastel, paper and watercolor. How about enhancing your drawing skills with…

Bereavement Support Group meeting notice

The SaddleBrooke Bereavement Support Group meets every Sunday from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. in the Coyote Room South (lower level) of SaddleBrooke Clubhouse at 64500 E. SaddleBrooke Boulevard. There is no cost to attend and no commitment to come back. Support groups provide a confidential forum to share feelings, concerns and information as a way…