Tag: SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club

SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club

  Rodeo kickoff Sue Robisch The SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club was recently the featured entertainment at the second annual Rodeo Round-Up Kick-Off and Potluck at Resurrection Lutheran Church in Oro Valley. Our dancers performed some of their favorites such as Lonely Drum and Memphis Love. It was an enthusiastic audience, eager to join in the…

SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club

Lynne Kumza It was indeed a joyous celebration! The SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club held their annual holiday party in the Vermilion Room of SaddleBrooke One Clubhouse. The Christmas and Hanukkah decorations added to the excitement of the party. We are blessed this time of the year to be able to celebrate in such beautiful surroundings…

SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club

 Newcomer lessons schedule Lynne Kumza Want to learn to line dance but afraid to try? Or perhaps you learned line dancing some time ago and your boots have gotten rusty? Spring is approaching and the SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club is offering an easy way to learn the basics of line dancing in four simple sessions:…

Double your pleasure

Lynne Kumza Double your pleasure, double your fun! To be perfectly clear, it’s not Double Mint Gum. It is two luncheons held by the SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club. The first Chit Chat and Chow (luncheons held at off campus restaurants) was at HiFalutin on Oracle Road. We dressed in Western duds to match the décor…

SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club

 Spooky Halloween party Lynne Kumza It was a grave yard smash! In October the Vermilion Room crypt came alive with witches, spiders, even a spider web, a butterfly and bee, a cat and Peter Pan. They were creepy, kooky and spooky; also cute and mysterious. What could this be? It was just a few members…

We are a giving club

The donations go rolling along!

Dorothy Wood and Lynne Kumza Over hill, over dale, we will ship them through the mail! This summer, the SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club organized a collection drive in support of our deployed army troops. The drive was in response to a request put to the community by a SaddleBrooke resident and mother of a deployed…

Move your body

Bonnie L. Schoenfelder Moving to the music can be a great activity for people who like to dance and also for people who do not think that they can dance. By following simple patterns set to the music, a beginner can master a new dance in one short lesson. While having a sense of rhythm…

Tres de Mayo Party

All the pretty senoras

Lynne Kumza It all began with many pairs of dancing feet. We danced to the rhythm of Latin music. We danced until we could dance no more. Our Tres de Mayo Party began at the ballroom at HOA 2 clubhouse. Music was chosen by Terri Gage and dances were led by several of the talented…

SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club

Dine and dance in Tohono Chul

Dancing in the Park Lynne Kumza What a delightful way to celebrate a sunny and joy filled Tucson morning with friends by dancing in the park; a little bit of dancing and a little bit of dining. The SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club thoroughly enjoyed our time together in Tohono Chul. This is truly a hidden…