Silk flower design class

Jeff Wilson On Sept. 7, five ladies showed up at the Creative Arts Center ready to learn the art of flower design with instructor, Kim Corbel. Two of the ladies had…

Kumihimo time

Come and learn a new craft at the Creative Arts Center. Kumihimo is an ancient form of braiding developed by the Japanese, that dates as far back as the sixth…

AZ Chapter Q holds campers’ reunion

Our lucky girls with Principal Justin Dye (left) and fourth grade teacher Patti Pierce. Penny Schneider Arizona Chapter Q of the National T.T.T. (Time, Talents, and Treasures) Society held a special…

PebbleCreek Senior Softball: Then and Now

Fred Dresser It’s October, and the PebbleCreek Senior Softball Association (PCSSA) will start their twenty-fifth season at the Robson Field of Dreams on Saturday, October 19. Twenty-five years of softball, and it seems that it was only yesterday that a group of guys approached Ed Robson and convinced him that “if he builds it, they…

Guitar Group plays “Storytelling Songs”

Jim Sykes The Guitar Group, LifeLong Learning’s (LLL) newest year-round program, will present its first public performance on Wednesday, Oct. 2 from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the LLL center. There is no cost to attend, but seating is limited, so you must register at www.lifelonglearningatpc.org/guitar. What is a storytelling song, you ask? They are songs that have a…

One world, many stories – Meet The Authors event October 9

Sherri VanSchaick, Creative Arts coordinator “One World, Many Stories.” The Creative Arts 2019 Meet the Authors event will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 9, at 3 p.m. in the Coyote Room at the Creative Arts Center. This popular event includes a short reading by several authors from a selection of their most recent book. Also, guests will be provided…

The Music Man tickets on sale now

Cast members include (left to right): John Fuhrmann (Marcellus), Dan Baker and Ray Hadden (school board Members), Donna Prinz and Shotzie Workman (Pick-A-Littles), Nancy Davis (Marian), Susie Moy (Winthrop), Chuck Kelly (anvil salesman), and Jack Coate (Professor Hill).

Carrie Mataraza The audience-pleasing classic The Music Man comes to the Renaissance Theater on Nov. 18 through 23, and tickets go on sale on Oct. 19. Presented by the resident musical theater company, Showtime, the production features a family-friendly story, familiar tunes, toe-tapping dance numbers (with Dance Fusion at their finest!), and a cast of eccentric characters everyone will…