Grand Kids Days Are Back—April 15 and 16

Doug Springer

Grandkids visiting for Easter break? The SaddleBrooke TWO Fitness, Wellness, and Recreation Committee brings two days chock full of activities for your grandkids. We happily announce the very popular Grand Kids Days are back following a two-year suspension; the fun and games have returned. If you have visitors from away or local family or friends, please mark your calendar to save the dates.

Our preliminary schedule for events is taking shape, with more events possible if other groups or clubs want to join and sponsor an activity.

Events already scheduled:

Friday, April 15: Free movie at DesertView Theater put on by the SaddleBrooke TWO Lifestyle staff

Time: 3 to 4:30 p.m.; Ages: All ages are invited (preschool to grandparents).

Saturday, April 16: The day will start with the very popular event of painting ceramics in the Ceramic Room at the MountainView Arts and Crafts Center. The Ceramic Club sponsors this event, continuing a multi-year tradition.

Time: 9 to 9:45 a.m.; Ages: Preschool to kindergarten

Time: 10 to 10:45 a.m.; Ages: Grades 1 to 3

Saturday, April 16: Easter egg hunt at the green east of the MountainView Bar & Grill

Time: 10 to 10:30 a.m.; Ages: Preschool to kindergarten

Time: 11 to 11:30 a.m.; Ages: Grades 1 to 3

All are welcome to come watch and take pictures.

Saturday, April 16: The Pickleball Club will be hosting fun and games at the Preserve courts. Learn to play, play against your grandparents, or just hit the ball for fun.

Time: 1 to 2 p.m.; Ages: Toddlers to teens

Saturday, April 16: The Tennis Club will be hosting tennis and POP Tennis at the SaddleBrooke One Tennis Center. This is a great chance for grandkids and grandparents to try the up-and-coming sport of POP Tennis.

Time: 2 to 3 p.m.; Ages: 8 to 18. Drop in any time during the hour and give it a try.

If any other clubs or organizations would like to add an activity to this year’s Grand Kids Days, contact Doug Springer. His email is [email protected].