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Activities Office featured concerts

Slowhand—The Eric Clapton Experience: August 3 Slowhand—The Eric Clapton Experience recreates a Clapton concert with music that spans his sensational career and contribution to Rock ’n’ Roll! Eric Clapton has been referred to as one of the most important and influential guitarists of all time. Clapton is the only three-time inductee to the Rock ’n’ Roll…

Christmas Day Potluck update

Susan Fallon Plans are underway for a Silver Celebration for the 25th annual PebbleCreek Christmas Day Potluck. If you are going to be in town on Christmas Day, come join your friends and neighbors at this holiday event. We meet in the ballroom of the Eagle’s Nest clubhouse to enjoy great food and fellowship. You…

Mark Your Calendar

June 30-July 10, 2018 National Parks of America Trip, on sale now July 4, 2018 Diamondbacks Independence Day Bus Trip on sale now at Activities. All you can eat seats! $65 July 18-July 20, 2018 Pageant of the Masters on sale now at Activities July 27, 2018 Teen Idols concert on sale now online and at Activities August 3,…

Activities office featured trips of the month

Escape the heat with these great Summer Escape Trips from your Activities Office. Sedona Summer Escape Bus Trip August 14-15, 2018 Don’t miss the chance to get away from the heat of the Valley and enjoy the beautiful red rock on this Sedona Summer Escape! Travel the scenic roads through Wickenburg and Prescott en route to…

Oral Health and Alzheimer’s: prevention is key

Teri Sellers The Alzheimer’s/Dementia Caregivers Support Group will meet on July 21. We are especially happy to have Dr. Kirsten Roling, DDC, Director of Special Projects with Smiles By Delivery as our presenter. Good oral care is extremely important. As we age our oral health becomes critical to our overall health and wellness. One in…

Diversity the thread that holds us together

Please join us for a free screening of the three-part film series: Race: The Power of an Illusion When: July 12 – Part 1: The Difference Between Us July 19 – Part 2: The Story We Tell July 26 – Part 3: The House We Live In Where: Renaissance Theater Screenings begin at 2:00 p.m. on the…

Building bridges

The Comity Advisors: Roberta Medina, George Warden, Beverly Kim, Mel Shipp, Roger Wong, Mary Thomas An Op-Ed in the New York Times by Carol Giacomo the day after Memorial Day resonated with us. It reviewed the speech of Paul Bucha, retired Army captain and Medal of Honor recipient from the Vietnam War. In his speech, Captain…

PC Singers prepare for fall concert season

Diane Piehl Musical Director Gail Kennedy spends countless hours reviewing selections to delight audiences for every concert. In the sizzle of June and July, she mulls through new music as well as the Singers’ repertoire to find the perfect mix to entertain. Save the date for the annual Christmas concerts Tuesday, November 27 through Saturday,…

Planning underway for annual Poinsettia Ball – December 1

Rosemary Holmes Planning is already underway for the ever-popular Poinsettia Ball to be held December 1, 2018. Shown planning with the Food and Beverage staff are Suzanne Butler, co-chair, Ken Minichiello, President of the Italian American Club and Rosemary Holmes, co-chair of the event. The four course Italian meal promises to be outstanding. Look for…

Upcoming sponsored events by the Activities Office

National Parks of America Trip June 30-July 10, 2018 Discover Western National Parks, including Lake Powell, Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Zion, Grand Tetons, Yellowstone, Mount Rushmore and Crazy Horse. You will also visit Salt Lake City Sheridan, the Bighorn Mountains, Jackson Hole and more! Price: $3865 per person/double, $5240 per person/single. Check only. On sale now.…