Sun Lakes Country Club

Upcoming August events

Blood Drive

Date: Friday, August 12

Time: 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Location: SLCC Parking Lot

Find the hero in you! Please bring a photo ID and donor card. Free cholesterol testing with every donation! Sign-up sheet for scheduled appointments available at the Administrative Services desk at SLCC.

Sedona Day Trip!

Date: Thursday, August 18

Time: 8:00 a.m. Departure from SLCC; 3:30 p.m. departure from Sedona to return to SLCC

Location: SLCC Parking Lot

Cost: $30

Come enjoy a day trip to beautiful Sedona, Arizona! Tickets include round-trip bus transportation, snack bag provided by Sunset Grill, information guide of Sedona, and a presentation from the US Forest Service Red Rocks Ranger District. Three stops on the trip: 1) United States Forest Red Rock Visitor Ranger Center; 2) Uptown Sedona for shopping and lunch; and 3) Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village. Tickets are on sale at the Administrative Services desk at SLCC. Tickets do not include lunch or bus driver tip.

Activities Open House!

Date: Saturday, October 29

Time: 9:30-11:30 a.m.

Location: Veteran’s Pavilion SLCC

Want to join a new club or start a new hobby? Make plans to attend the Open House! Many clubs, organizations and class instructors will be available to showcase their club or activity. Booth sign-ups are available are the Administrative Service desk. Questions? Call Events Coordinator Megan Carrigan at 480-895-9270, ext. 128.

Diamondbacks Baseball Trips

Dates: August 15 and September 30

Time: Bus leaves at 5:15 p.m. for all games

Location: SLCC Parking Lot

Cost: $45

Enjoy suite level seats, round trip bus transportation, and all you can eat food at Chase Field! Tickets will go on sale for each game after the previous game has concluded. Handicap seating is available with a timely request. Please note there is a fair distance to walk and some stair climbing may be required. Wheelchair assistance is available upon timely request. SLCC and the Diamondbacks will do everything they can to assist you, with proper notice. Purchase your tickets at the Administrative Services desk.

Happy Hour

Date: Monday, Wednesday and Friday during the summer!

Time: 3:00-7:00 p.m.

Location: North Patio

Join us on the North Patio for specialty drinks! Enjoy the misting and fan system when it’s warm, cozy fire pits when it’s cool and our relaxing furniture. We have live entertainment every Friday night! $3.25 well drinks, $2.50 cans of beer, $3.25 glass of wine.

UpTown Art Painting Class and Wine

Date: Friday, August 19

Time: 2:00-4:30 p.m.

Location: Navajo Room

Cost: $23 per person

Join us for an afternoon of painting and wine with your friends! UpTown Art brings painting to you with an all-inclusive class that will allow you to leave with your very own masterpiece. The cost of the event includes all the materials you will need, personalized instruction and a complimentary glass of wine. Follow along as an UpTown Artist leads the entire class through painting the selected event picture.

Not an artist? That’s okay! The instructors are there to make it easy for you to follow along and will help individuals as needed.

Advance tickets are necessary. Purchase yours today at the Administrative Services desk at SLCC.

Sunday Omelet Station at the Sunset Grill

Date: First Sunday of each month

Time: 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Location: Arizona Room

Cost: $7.95 per person

Join us on the first Sunday of each month for our featured omelet station! Includes a made-to-order omelet served with a featured side item.

Sunset Grill Dinner Service

Date: Thursday and Friday

Time: 4:00-7:00 p.m.

Location: Arizona Room

Join us for full service dinner provided from your very own Association restaurant! Thursday night is our featured prime rib special! House Cut is only $14.95 and our King Cut is $17.95. Every Friday is our traditional all-you-can-eat fish fry for only $11.95! We hope to see you soon!

Homeowner Hospitality Day

Date: Last Friday of every month

Time: 8:30-10:30 a.m.

Location: Navajo Room

Join us for complimentary coffee and refreshments. This is our way of saying thank you to residents and volunteers in our community.

Team Trivia

Date: Every Monday

Time: 6:00 p.m.

Location: Arizona Room

Team Trivia is a live hosted trivia game. Play as a solo player or bring your friends to lend a helping mind. Compete against other teams for prizes! Our categories include everything from history, TV, sports, geography, music and just about anything else you can think of. If you want to show your competition just how smart you are this is your chance!

There is no cost or obligation to play. All materials will be provided free of charge. Just bring yourself and a desire to have some fun! There will be a cash bar available and a chance to win prizes and enter to win the 50/50 raffle.


Date: Every Wednesday

Time: 7:00 p.m.

Location: Arizona Room

Join us for a night of fun, friends and maybe even a cash prize! Hosted by Veterans of Foreign Wars.

Message from the General Manager

Kelly Haynes, GM

What makes a good neighbor? To some, being neighborly might mean a friendly hello or a wave when visiting the mailbox. Others may value being able to count on a neighbor to check on their home while away, or even enjoying an evening with a cool beverage on a neighbor’s patio.

Here are some tips on being a good neighbor. 1) Introducing yourself early on. You could give tips to a neighbor new to the area on where the grocery store or movie theatre is. 2) Be aware of shared walls, and realize that a fast growing tree too close to a block wall may someday have roots that extend to your neighbor’s yard which may damage their landscaping. 3) Having a noisy pet can cause contention between you and your neighbor – keep your pet inside while you are away. 4) Practice parking etiquette. Never block anyone’s access, and avoid slamming doors late at night. Have visitors park in front of your house, not theirs! 5) Keep your yard (front and back) tidy. 6) Put your garbage out on the day of collection, not before. Put your cans away promptly. 7) Communicate. Keep them in the loop, especially if you are planning something that may affect them.

Even if those around you don’t understand the value of being a good neighbor, be a good neighbor anyway. Remember the golden rule: “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”