Tag: events

Did you know? Christmas through the eyes of Mary and Joseph

Carol and John Miller

Terry Barringer One of the most anticipated events of the Christmas season for the women of Community Church at SaddleBrooke and their friends and neighbors has been the Advent Celebration hosted by the Women’s Ministry. This special program has become an annual tradition for the past 13 years. The MountainView Ballroom will be transformed for…

Exploring the end of life journey – seminar October 25

Ron Feller FHAN is sponsoring a workshop to be held at Vista de la Montana United Methodist Church in Catalina on Wednesday afternoon, October 25, 2017, from 1:00 to 3:30 p.m. to discuss End of Life Planning and Hospice Care as well as to identify resources available locally for assistance and support to individuals, caregivers…

A fun new season for SaddleBrooke Singers 

50s Rock ‘n Roll fun at the SaddleBrooke Singers concert last spring; photo credit Bill George.

Steph Mattie On September 10, what a joy it was to put on my name badge, dust off my music folder and begin fall rehearsals with the SaddleBrooke Singers. After the success of our crowd pleasing, 50s themed spring concert, we are excited to see what our wonderful director has in store for the group…

Fall offerings from the SaddleBrooke Fine Arts Guild

Jeanne O’Meara Fall is the perfect season to give generously of your time and talents to others. Our community is vibrant this time of year regrouping with old friends and making new ones. ‘Tis the season to try new things and expand one’s talents and interests. After a very successful spring Open Studio offering to…

Community Circle Players

Andrea Molberg Get involved with SaddleBrooke’s live theater group, Community Circle Players! In February 2017, CCP’s first murder mystery dinner theater production, Eat, Drink and Be Deadly, was such an overwhelming success that additional performances were added to accommodate the demand for tickets. Almost 900 were served great food and entertainment at the dinner mystery, making…

Dog Park Paw Parade It’s Howl-O-Ween

Diane Aaron It’s going to be a howling good time for the SaddleBrooke Dog Park’s fur-ever friends at the annual Howl-o-Ween Paw Parade on Halloween. There will be no tricks, but lots of fun when the SaddleBrooke dogs parade in their adorable costumes. The event will be in the large dog side, beginning at 3:00…

STC to host Skin Cancer Institute Fundraiser – UA Wildcat Tennis Teams to visit

TJ Duffy Mark your calendars for Saturday, November 18, 2017. The SaddleBrooke Tennis Club plays host to a multifaceted fundraising event for the Skin Cancer Institute (SCI) which unites The University of Arizona Cancer Center’s many skin cancer prevention endeavors, bringing together innovative research, clinical care, education and community outreach. Denise Spartonos, Community Outreach Coordinator…

Upcoming events at GLAAS

Jo Ann Ellison Upcoming Events at GLAAS (Gays Lesbians and Allies at SaddleBrooke): October 13 (Friday): Social Event plus a presentation by SaddleBrooke resident and storyteller Joyce Johnson. Joyce Johnson tells stories of African American history that include historic tales of African American Cowboys in the Old West; 5:00 p.m. HOA1 tennis patio. Munchies will…

I Don’t Want It sale October 21

SaddleBrooke’s I Don’t Want It sale will be held Saturday, October 21, 2017, from 7:00 to 11:00 a.m. in the parking lot at the MountainView Country Club, 38759 S. MountainView Boulevard. Come early for breakfast; burritos, coffee, soda and bottled water will be available. For more information please call C.J. Burleson at 520-825-5256.