Category: Generals

Sun Lakes Dance Party at Oakwood – March 4

Winners of our door prizes at the January dance (left to right): Bob Smith, Betty Reagan and Ann Zangger.

The Sun Lakes Dance Party at Oakwood meets monthly from November to March on a Wednesday evening. Group dance lesson begins at 6:30 p.m. with open dance from 7:00-9:30 p.m.; casual dress. Open to all the Sun Lakes communities and others. Guests and newcomers are welcome. There are door prizes, a cash bar and music…

The ImproVables, new shirts, new venues

The ImproVables relax at a recent Monday workshop. They are (front row) Joyce Recupido, Sandy Pallett, Phyllis Novy, Sandy Ilsen and Elaine Pilbrow-Cash; (second row) Joella Birlin, Jim McElhanny, Roxy Banta, Jim Nielsen, Andrea Hummel and Ted Peck; (back row) Bob Petrucelli, Janine Schneck, Howard Hummel and Joan Berger.

Andrea Hummel The ImproVables, Sun Lakes’ very own improv troupe, is all decked out in new lavender shirts and excited to perform in several upcoming shows. The show they’re calling April Fools’ Eve is set for March 31 at Sun Lakes Country Club. Tickets for this event will include dinner. The next two shows will require…

Short Line Railroad Club annual spring open houses

Make some time on March 28 and 29 to visit the Short Line Railroad and ABTO Railroad Clubs’ home tour!

Again this spring the Short Line Railroad and ABTO Railroad Clubs will show their train layouts, inside or outside of their homes, to the many train lovers of the Valley. It’s become an event people look forward to each year as more individuals become aware of it for their grandchildren and themselves. Everyone is welcome…

Friends of the Library – March 2015

Gene Lariviere is a frequent presenter in the Sun Lakes area of historical topics. He enjoys researching and teaching about these topics.

Program on Arizona’s Orphan Abduction set for March 4 Andrea Hummel In 1904 New York nuns brought 40 Irish children, ages two to six, to a remote Arizona mining community. From the list of adopting families, the nuns had been led to believe the families were Spanish Catholics. The families, however, were Mexican. The Anglo…