FEBRUARY 22 • FRIDAY • GRAND TRIP
CANCELLED - FOUNTAIN HILLS GREAT FAIR 2019 


Now in its 32rd year, this three-day juried art fair features nearly 500 artists and artisans from across the United States and around the globe and attracts 200,000+ visitors. Food booths, beer garden, and seating areas abound throughout the venue, with great breakfast, lunch and rest stops situated at locations in the middle and at both ends of the festival area. Live musical entertainment.
$30/person 9 a.m. Bus Departs Sonoran Plaza Lot 4 p.m. Bus Departs Fair

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SCG Drama & Comedy Club presents...

"20th Annual Variety Show"

February 15, 16 at 7pm & February 17 at 3pm

February 22, 23 at 7pm & February 24 at 3pm

Join us for the 20th Anniversary Show. Enjoy comedy, singing and the dancing Grandettes 'n Guys for yet another memorable show.

Always a fan favorite event!

$18/person

Cash Bar & Doors Open 6:30 & 2:30pm

7pm & 3pm performances Sonoran Plaza

If you purchase all 4 shows in the Drama 2018 - 2019 season at one time you will get the package discount!

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FEBRUARY 22 • FRIDAY • DANCE
DANCING AND ROMANCING


February is the month for romance and ballroom dancing. This month highlights the keyboard artistry of Manuel Dorantes. Manuel is one of the most popular entertainers in the ballroom season. He is known for playing danceable music including foxtrots, rumbas, waltz, cha-cha, tango, and swing. This is a great opportunity to dance with your significant other. Dress code: Dance attire. No jeans, shorts, or flip flops. For information about ballroom lessons and dances contact Charlie at 623-282-8419 or ScgBallroom@cox.net. Or contact Arline at 623-556-4059. Tickets may purchase online at www.grandinfo.com or at the SCG Activities Desk. Call for tickets at the door.
$10/person 6:30 p.m. Cash Bar Dancing 7-9:30 p.m. Dancing Cimarron Center

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FEBRUARY 23 • SATURDAY • GRAND TRIP
BARLEENS - ROCKIN & ROLLIN THROUGH THE YEARS


This rock ‘n’ roll musical ride takes you from 1955 to 1969, showcasing the songs that have inspired much of today’s themes. Enjoy a trip of a lifetime through one of the greatest musical eras of our time!
$62/person 4:30 p.m. Bus Departs Sonoran Plaza Lot
5:15 p.m. Doors Open 6:30 p.m. Dinner 7:30 p.m. Showtime

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FEBRUARY 24–27, 2019 • SUNDAY–WEDNESDAY • FREE SPIRIT
Full payment due by: January 3, 2019 or
contact Free Spirit Vacations to make a deposit.
MIGHTY COLORADO


This soft adventure vacation will feature rafting through the Black Canyon of the Colorado River, a jetboat ride from Laughlin, NV to Lake Havasu, AZ on the Colorado River, guided kayaking on the river and much more! Itinerary: available on Free Spirit Vacations website or in activities office. *This Tour Includes: Transportation, rafting tour on Colorado River, including a picnic lunch, two nights’ accommodations at Golden Nugget in Laughlin, one-way jet boat from Lake Havasu to Laughlin, guided kayaking tour.*This trip is offered in conjunction with Free Spirit Vacations and Events and may be combined with other communities. Times and pick-up locations subject to change per tour vendor
$495/person dbl; $550/person sgl Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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FEBRUARY 24–27, 2019 • SUNDAY–WEDNESDAY • FREE SPIRIT
Full payment due by: January 3, 2019 or
contact Free Spirit Vacations to make a deposit.
MIGHTY COLORADO


This soft adventure vacation will feature rafting through the Black Canyon of the Colorado River, a jetboat ride from Laughlin, NV to Lake Havasu, AZ on the Colorado River, guided kayaking on the river and much more! Itinerary: available on Free Spirit Vacations website or in activities office. *This Tour Includes: Transportation, rafting tour on Colorado River, including a picnic lunch, two nights’ accommodations at Golden Nugget in Laughlin, one-way jet boat from Lake Havasu to Laughlin, guided kayaking tour.*This trip is offered in conjunction with Free Spirit Vacations and Events and may be combined with other communities. Times and pick-up locations subject to change per tour vendor
$495/person dbl; $550/person sgl Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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FEBRUARY 24 • SUNDAY • GRAND TRIP
SCOTTSDALE ARABIAN HORSE SHOW


The Arabian Horse Show is held at Westworld in Scottsdale. Since 1955 the show has grown from 50 horses to nearly 2400 horses bringing top owners, trainers and breeders from around the world competing for a chance at winning. A win at Scottsdale can mean big money in the breeding barns. Come enjoy the beautiful animals at this established event in Scottsdale. Trip includes bus transportation and entry fee.
$30/person 9 a.m. Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area 4 p.m. Bus Departs Arabian Horse Show

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FEBRUARY 28 • THURSDAY • GRAND TRIP
AZ COYOTES VS VANCOUVER CANUCKS


Leave the driving and parking to us and cheer our Arizona Coyotes hockey team to a win over the Vancouver Canucks in the comfort of the Gila River Arena. Seats will be located in section 107.
$80/person 5:45 p.m. Bus Departs Sonoran Plaza Parking Area

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MARCH 1• FRIDAY • KINDRED TOURS (FORMERLY TJ TRAVEL)
HISTORIC YUMA


Yuma is rich with multicultural heritage and amazing historic sites. Eighty years before the Pilgrims stepped foot on Plymouth Rock, Europeans were living in Yuma, the safest place to cross the mighty Colorado River for hundreds of miles. We’ll have a lot to see and do, on this whirlwind tour, including a stop at the Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park. Authorized in 1875, with a construction budget of $25,000, the Yuma Territorial Prison only operated for 33 years, but that was long enough to leave behind a fearsome legacy. A total of 3,069 prisoners, 29 of them women, lived within the prison’s granite walls, surrounded by the powerful Colorado River and the unforgiving desert. We’ll tour the prison, along with the Colorado River State Historic Park—home to the Yuma Quartermaster Depot, once the beating heart of all military outposts in the American Southwest. At this site, beginning in 1864, on high ground above the Colorado River, the U.S. Army warehoused a six-month supply of food, clothing and ammunition for forts in Arizona, Utah, Nevada, New Mexico and Texas, along with more than 900 mules and their teamsters. Ocean vessels brought goods to the Gulf of California, where they were transferred to steamboats for the trip upriver to Yuma, and then later dispersed overland by the legendary 20-mule teams. We’ll explore these historic sites, along with downtown Yuma, and we’ll stop by Lute’s Casino for lunch on self. A great favorite with the locals, Lute’s was built in 1901 as a general store, turned into a pool hall in 1920, and is now a no-frills greasy spoon—dishing up cheeseburgers, sandwiches and some traditional Mexican dishes. There is much to explore in Historic Yuma *This trip is offered in conjunction with Kindred Tours. This outside contractor does not currently have any vehicles which can accommodate persons who are non-ambulatory. This destination is not recommended for non-ambulatory individuals as they do not provide assistive devices or pathways. This destination may require walking over unpaved surfaces, inclines, and significant distances. Times and pick-up locations subject to change per tour vendor
$91/person Bus Departs the Sonoran Parking Area

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March 1 • FRIDAY • DANCE
COUNTRY WESTERN DANCE

This country western dance welcomes popular western entertainer, J. David Sloan and Western Bred. Western Bred hit the Arizona music scene in the 1980's and regularly fills the ballroom here in Grand. In addition, there will be a free, one-hour Arizona Two-Step Dance Lesson from 6 to 7 p.m. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Cash bar. Tickets are on sale at www.grandinfo.com or at the Activities Desk. For further information contact Earlene at 623-544-3602
$10/person 6–7 p.m. AZ 2-Step lesson 7-10 p.m. Dancing Sonoran Plaza

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MARCH 2 •
SATURDAY • MUSIC 
"AN ELEGANT EVENING OF CLASSICAL, CLASSICS AND ART"

Please join the Classical/Popera singers and instrumentalists with artists from the Clay Arts, Glass Arts and Photography Clubs for an evening of music and Art Exhibit. Robert Walling, tenor, will Produce and Direct an all-star cast of talented SCG musicians and guests who will perform beautiful arias and duets from Puccini and Verdi, classical guitar, flute, piano, and viola instrumentals. Special guest, Dan Reed, and Scholarship winners Carlos Garibaldi and Sierra Rodriguez from Glendale Community College will also perform and join us in celebrating the works of famous composers. The Art Exhibit and cash bar will open at 6 pm; concert will begin at 7 pm. Following the concert, the Art Exhibit and cash bar will remain open for an art sale. You won't want to miss this exceptional music and fine art evening event.
For more information, contact Bob Walling at 602-573-5942.
Tickets may be purchased online at www.scgrandmusicclub.com; www.suncitygrand.com or at the Activities Desk (Open -M - F 8am - 4 pm)
Reserved seating $12/person; 6:00 p.m. Art Exhibit & Cash Bar, 7 p.m. Concert; Art Sale following concert til 9 p.m. Sonoran Plaza

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MARCH 4 & 5 • MONDAY & TUESDAY • GRAND EVENT
2019 GRAND SERIES - TAD PRESENTS: ARTRAGEOUS


Imagine an artist creating a masterpiece before your eyes in mere moments. With a palette that also mixes captivating vocals, intricate choreography and exciting audience interaction - Artrageous takes you on a unique visual journey packed with wild inspiration, creativity and fun! The Artrageous troupe of artists, musicians, singers and dancers pay tribute to a variety of art forms, pop icons and musical genres culminating in a gallery of fabulous finished paintings. The result? A one of a kind crossover experience! The signature of the Artrageous Troup is interaction and engagement, so be prepared to be a part of the show!
$20/person Front of House $17/person Back of House
Evening Shows 6:30 p.m. Cash Bar; 7 p.m. Performance
Sonoran Plaza
$20/person Front of House $17/person Back of House
Matinee Shows 3:30 p.m. Cash Bar; 4 p.m. Performance
Sonoran Plaza

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MARCH 8 • FRIDAY • KINDRED TOURS (FORMERLY TJ TRAVEL)
DESERT BELLE PADDLEBOAT CRUISE


We’re on our way to beautiful Saguaro Lake! Formed in the 1920’s by the construction of the Stewart Mountain Dam, Saguaro Lake ranks as the most popular of the four Salt River Project lakes. Saguaro Lake winds for ten miles through the Tonto National Forest in the heart of the Sonoran Desert. We’ll stop first at Lakeshore Restaurant to enjoy lunch on self, and a panoramic view of the Goldfield Mountains, Bulldog Cliffs and Saguaro Lake. Lakeshore Restaurant’s menu runs from fish & chips to cheese burgers—nothing fancy, but something for everyone. After lunch, we’ll jump on the Desert Belle, for the 90-minute narrated paddleboat cruise of Saguaro Lake. The double-deck paddleboat features a climate controlled lower level, and an upper deck with awnings. The cruise is both entertaining and educational, and we’ll learn about the desert, the lake and all of its flora and fauna, while enjoying some of Arizona’s most breathtaking scenery. *This trip is offered in conjunction with Kindred Tours. This outside contractor does not currently have any vehicles which can accommodate persons who are non-ambulatory. This destination is not recommended for non-ambulatory individuals as they do not provide assistive devices or pathways. This destination may require walking over unpaved surfaces, inclines, and significant distances. Times and pick-up locations subject to change per tour vendor
$90/person Bus Departs the Sonoran Parking Area

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MARCH 9 • SATURDAY • FREE SPIRIT
TOUR OF CARDINALS STADIUM AND LUNCH


Travel to Glendale and tour the State-of-the-Art Arizona Cardinals Stadium followed by lunch *This trip is offered in conjunction with Free Spirit Vacations and Events and may be combined with other communities. Times and pick–up locations subject to change per tour vendor.
$99/person Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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MARCH 11 & 12 • MONDAY & TUESDAY • GRAND EVENT
2019 GRAND SERIES - TAD PRESENTS: THE FLYBOYS


Imagine a night where Pharrell Williams croons with Judy Garland, Ricky Martin scats with Cab Calloway, and Maroon 5 groove with Ella Fitzgerald – that night is here! In a fusion of unforgettable showmanship, these four masters of mashup, with their effortless vocals and sublime harmonies, will whisk you back to the golden age of big bands but with an incredibly unique twist! Come and hear swing reimagined – it’s like Sinatra started a band with Bruno Mars! The FlyBoys features world class performers from London’s West End who have appeared in shows such as Evita, Spamalot, Mamma Mia, Once, Ghost, and many, many more! There is nobody in the world doing what these guys do. If you are wanting to see something utterly special then look no further.
$20/person Front of House $17/person Back of House
Evening Shows 6:30 p.m. Cash Bar; 7 p.m. Performance
Sonoran Plaza
$20/person Front of House $17/person Back of House
Matinee Shows 3:30 p.m. Cash Bar; 4 p.m. Performance
Sonoran Plaza

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MARCH 12 - 14 • TUESDAY - THURSDAY • FREE SPIRIT
THE DOCTOR PHIL SHOW


Itinerary: Day 1 - Depart the Valley and travel to Southern CA. Check into the Best Western Plus Carriage Hotel. Dinner is included at Buca de Beppo this evening. Day 2 - Breakfast is included at the hotel. Then depart for the taping of the Dr. Phil show. This afternoon enjoy a guided Hollywood tour. Highlights include the Chinese Theater and Walk of Fame before touring the Egyptian Theater, the site of Hollywood’s first premier in 1922. Dinner is on your own at Universal City Walk. Day 3 - Breakfast is included at the hotel. Then depart for home. Stop in Palm Springs for lunch on your own and see where all the Hollywood stars would vacation. *This trip is offered in conjunction with Free Spirit Vacations and Events and may be combined with other communities. Times and pick–up locations subject to change per tour vendor.
$450/dbl occ $595/sgl occ Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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MARCH 12 - 14 • TUESDAY - THURSDAY • FREE SPIRIT
THE DOCTOR PHIL SHOW


Itinerary: Day 1 - Depart the Valley and travel to Southern CA. Check into the Best Western Plus Carriage Hotel. Dinner is included at Buca de Beppo this evening. Day 2 - Breakfast is included at the hotel. Then depart for the taping of the Dr. Phil show. This afternoon enjoy a guided Hollywood tour. Highlights include the Chinese Theater and Walk of Fame before touring the Egyptian Theater, the site of Hollywood’s first premier in 1922. Dinner is on your own at Universal City Walk. Day 3 - Breakfast is included at the hotel. Then depart for home. Stop in Palm Springs for lunch on your own and see where all the Hollywood stars would vacation. *This trip is offered in conjunction with Free Spirit Vacations and Events and may be combined with other communities. Times and pick–up locations subject to change per tour vendor.
$450/dbl occ $595/sgl occ Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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MARCH 14–17, 2019 • THURSDAY–SUNDAY • FREE SPIRIT
Full payment due by: January 15, 2019 or
contact Free Spirit Vacations to make a deposit.
WE'RE GOING TO DISNEYLAND


Travel to the Happiest Place on Earth – Disneyland and California Adventure. Enter a magical kingdom where you can sail with pirates, explore exotic jungles, meet fairy-tale princesses, dive under the ocean and rocket through the stars—all in the same day! You will have two full days to explore the two parks. (Two-day Park Hopper Pass is included).
Itinerary:
Day 1 – Depart the Valley and travel to Anaheim. Check into the Wyndham Hotel. This evening is on your own to enjoy Downtown Disney.
Day 2 – All day is spent at Disneyland and California Adventure. You have two-day park hopper pass, so you can come and go as you please.
Day 3 – All day is spent at Disneyland and California Adventure. You have two-day park hopper pass, so you can come and go as you please.
Day 4 – After a leisurely morning, depart for home.
*This trip is offered in conjunction with Free Spirit Vacations and Events and may be combined with other communities. Times and pick-up locations subject to change per tour vendor
$775/person dbl; $1199/person sgl Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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MARCH 14–17, 2019 • THURSDAY–SUNDAY • FREE SPIRIT
Full payment due by: January 15, 2019 or
contact Free Spirit Vacations to make a deposit.
WE'RE GOING TO DISNEYLAND


Travel to the Happiest Place on Earth – Disneyland and California Adventure. Enter a magical kingdom where you can sail with pirates, explore exotic jungles, meet fairy-tale princesses, dive under the ocean and rocket through the stars—all in the same day! You will have two full days to explore the two parks. (Two-day Park Hopper Pass is included).
Itinerary:
Day 1 – Depart the Valley and travel to Anaheim. Check into the Wyndham Hotel. This evening is on your own to enjoy Downtown Disney.
Day 2 – All day is spent at Disneyland and California Adventure. You have two-day park hopper pass, so you can come and go as you please.
Day 3 – All day is spent at Disneyland and California Adventure. You have two-day park hopper pass, so you can come and go as you please.
Day 4 – After a leisurely morning, depart for home.
*This trip is offered in conjunction with Free Spirit Vacations and Events and may be combined with other communities. Times and pick-up locations subject to change per tour vendor
$775/person dbl; $1199/person sgl Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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MARCH 14 • THURSDAY • KINDRED TOURS (FORMERLY TJ TRAVEL)
GRAND FALLS ON THE LITTLE COLORADO RIVER


Even though they are taller than Niagara Falls, the Grand Falls on the Little Colorado River are one of Arizona’s best kept secrets. Dry throughout most of the year, we should be hitting it just right to enjoy the dramatic spring runoff from the White Mountains. Often called the “Chocolate Falls” due to the muddiness of the Colorado River, the Grand Falls are thunderous mid-March—dramatic and breathtakingly beautiful. With no signs to direct us, and only a dirt road to get us across scenery that looks a lot like the painted desert, the Grand Falls on the Little Colorado River are not a popular tourist destination, but well worth the journey. We’ll enjoy lunch on self in Flagstaff before arriving at the Falls. Historic downtown Flagstaff is home to many restaurants, offering something for everyone. Don’t wait to call in your reservations, seating is limited, and you will not want to miss this incredible annual trek! *This trip is offered in conjunction with Kindred Tours. This outside contractor does not currently have any vehicles which can accommodate persons who are non-ambulatory. This destination is not recommended for non-ambulatory individuals as they do not provide assistive devices or pathways. This destination may require walking over unpaved surfaces, inclines, and significant distances. Times and pick-up locations subject to change per tour vendor
$80/person Bus Departs the Sonoran Parking Area

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March 14 • THURSDAY • DANCE
MONTHLY LINE DANCE SOCIAL

Can’t get enough dancing? Then come join Brenda Thomason as she leads dancers in a lively evening of beginners through intermediate line dancing. Call Kathy at 623-444-9236. For additional information. Tickets are available online at www.grandinfo.com, the Activities Desk or at the door. Everyone is welcome.
$5/person 6:30–9:30 p.m. Dancing Cimarron Center

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MARCH 14-16, THURSDAY-SATURDAY, DRAMA & COMEDY

DRAMA & COMEDY CLUB CABARET PLAYERS PRESENTS:  "FUNNY BUSINESS"


Cabaret Players is a venue for actors who enjoy performing without the stress of memorizing lines. Actors use scripts and props to perform in an intimate setting at the Cimarron Club. Comedy sketches last between 10-20 minutes. Contact: Diane Brenner, Cabaret Players Chairperson at 623-363-7647.

$8 at the Cimarron Club

Cash bar & doors open at 6:15pm, 7pm performance

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MARCH 15–17, 2019 • FRIDAY–SUNDAY • FREE SPIRIT
Full payment due by: July 2, 2019 or
contact Free Spirit Vacations to make a deposit.
BNP PARIBAS OPEN - INDIAN WELLS - PALM DESERT


Package includes: motorcoach transportation from Phoenix, two nights’ accommodations at the Courtyard by Marriott Palm Springs, one dinner, upper loge seating 3/16/19: Men’s semifinals/Men’s Women’s doubles finals and upper loge seating for 3/17/19: Men’s and Women’s singles finals. Upgrade to prime loge seating for only $150 per person additional. Don’t delay, book today! *This trip is offered in conjunction with Free Spirit Vacations and Events and may be combined with other communities. Times and pick-up locations subject to change per tour vendor
$995/person dbl; $1350/person sgl Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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MARCH 15–17, 2019 • FRIDAY–SUNDAY • FREE SPIRIT
Full payment due by: July 2, 2019 or
contact Free Spirit Vacations to make a deposit.
BNP PARIBAS OPEN - INDIAN WELLS - PALM DESERT


Package includes: motorcoach transportation from Phoenix, two nights’ accommodations at the Courtyard by Marriott Palm Springs, one dinner, upper loge seating 3/16/19: Men’s semifinals/Men’s Women’s doubles finals and upper loge seating for 3/17/19: Men’s and Women’s singles finals. Upgrade to prime loge seating for only $150 per person additional. Don’t delay, book today! *This trip is offered in conjunction with Free Spirit Vacations and Events and may be combined with other communities. Times and pick-up locations subject to change per tour vendor
$995/person dbl; $1350/person sgl Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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MARCH 16 • SATURDAY • GRAND TRIP
RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL


Merriment abounds! Get ready to be transported back to the 16th century as one of the largest and most picturesque Renaissance Festivals in the nation, set in the foothills of the Superstition Mountains. The Festival is celebrating its 31st season of pomp and pageantry join in the revelry! Cheer for brave knights! Roam our 30-acre festival village filled with whimsical castles, cottages, pubs and 14 stages of nonstop performances of music, mermaids, merriment, dance, acrobatics and comedy. Foolish pleasures mix with artisan treasures as you shop, eat and revel with a cast of
Nearly 2,000 colorfully costumed characters.
$50/person 9:30am Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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March 16 • SATURDAY • DANCE
St. PATRICK's, A ROCK AND SWING DANCE

Celebrate St. Patrick's with The Rhythm Edition Band. The 7-piece Rhythm Edition Band has been entertaining audiences throughout the valley for more than 20 years and is a sell out here in Grand. The band features classic rock, R&B, Motown and the Top 40. With five lead singers they can play a wide range of musical styles. Rhythm Edition has performed for numerous local events that include Tempe Town Lakes 4th. Of July celebration, PIR 4th. of July celebration 2006, Glendale Glitters for 4 years in a row, Ostrich Festival, City of Gilbert New Year’s Eve Party, City of Glendale New Year’s Eve Party, City of Surprise Festival, City of Good Year Festival, Apache Gold Casino, Cliff Castle Casino and Harrah’s Ak Chin Casino, Lone Butte Casino, Wild Horse Pass as well as corporate events and nightclubs around the Valley. The band has opened for such national artists as Steppen Wolf, Marshall Tucker Band, Grassroots and the Turtles. Tickets may be purchased online at www.grandinfo.com or at the Activities Office. For further information contact: Louise at 623-680-2056..
$10/person 6:30 p.m. Cash Bar Dancing 7-10 p.m. Dancing
Sonoran Plaza

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MARCH 17 • SUNDAY • KINDRED TOURS (FORMERLY TJ TRAVEL)
THE 37TH ANNUAL WA:K POW WOW AT SAN XAVIER MISSION


Early Spanish missionaries built adobe chapels and missions throughout Mexico, which at the time included Southern Arizona. We’re on our way to Mission San Xavier del Bac, an amazing example of this architecture. Once part of the chain of churches that stretched from northern Mexico to the western United States, this amazing structure is considered the “Sistine Chapel of North America” for the intricate paintings on the walls and ceiling. It is still a Catholic parish serving the Tohono O’odham community for whom it was established in the late 1600’s. We’re heading south past Tucson to San Xavier Mission to celebrate the 36th annual Wa:k Pow Wow, an exciting display of inter-tribal dancing, along with a wide selection of traditional Native American food, arts & crafts! This colorful festival features Gourd Dancing, a Drum Contest, Team Dancing, Hoop Dance Contest and Two Step Contest. The artwork is just spectacular, and we’ll see beautiful silver and beaded jewelry, and enjoy a delicious lunch on self, of traditional foods, such as fry bread, Indian tacos and red and green chili burros. This annual Pow Wow is a total blast! *This trip is offered in conjunction with Kindred Tours. This outside contractor does not currently have any vehicles which can accommodate persons who are non-ambulatory. This destination is not recommended for non-ambulatory individuals as they do not provide assistive devices or pathways. This destination may require walking over unpaved surfaces, inclines, and significant distances. Times and pick-up locations subject to change per tour vendor
$85/person Bus Departs the Sonoran Parking Area

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MARCH 21 • THURSDAY • GRAND TRIP
PHOENIX SUNS VS DETROIT PISTONS


Leave the driving and parking to us and cheer our Phoenix Suns basketball team to a win over the Detroit Pistons the comfort of the Talking Stick Arena.
$80/person 4:15 p.m. Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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MARCH 22 • FRIDAY • GRAND TRIP
BARLEENS COUNTRY JUBILEE


If you like country music, this is the show for you! The Barleens gang performs hand-clappin’, foot-stompin’, pickin’ and grinnin’ country favorites.
$62/person 4:30 p.m. Bus Departs Sonoran Plaza Lot
5:15 p.m. Doors Open 6:30 p.m. Dinner 7:30 p.m. Showtime

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FRIDAY MARCH 22 DANCE
SOCIAL BALLROOM DANCE

This month's fun ballroom dance features Michael Carollo, a popular entertainer who is recognized as one of the most popular entertainers in the valley. He has a repertoire of hundreds of danceable tunes including foxtrots, rumbas, waltz, cha-cha, tango, and swing. Mike sings and entertains as well as plays always-danceable music. Please no jeans, shorts, or flip flops. For information about ballroom lessons and dances contact Charlie at 623-282-8419 or ScgBallroom@cox.net. Tickets may purchased online at www.grandinfo.com or at the SCG Activities Desk. Call for tickets at the door. Snacks and soft drinks welcome.
$10 per person 6:30 p.m. Cash Bar 7- 10 p.m. Dancing Cimarron Center

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March 22, 23, 24 •
FRIDAY -  SUNDAY • MUSIC
CIMARRON NIGHTCLUB - LIZA & JUDY - TOGETHER AGAIN
RETURN ENGAGEMENT

Starring Suzanne Goulet & Denise Rose

Suzanne and Denise performed this show to an enthusiastic sold out Nightclub audience last summer but many of our snowbird patrons were very sorry they missed it and requested we bring it back. So here they are, direct from Las Vegas and beyond. Suzanne and Denise have been performing this show for the past ten years. It's an award-winning performance by two entertainers who have the looks, the voices and the dancing ability to make the fantasy of a Liza and Judy reunion come true. The show features musical highlights from their movies and concerts - and it all takes place in the intimate setting of our Nightclub. Tickets may be purchased online at scgrandmusicclub.com or suncitygrand.com. Also available at the Activities Desk at Sonoran (open M-F; 8am to 4 pm)
$20/person, Open seating; 6 p.m. Doors/Cash Bar open; 7 p.m. Performance Cimarron Center

Dry Snacks Only; bring a sweater or light jacket,

Event Coordinator:Didi Nielsen 623-583-4406

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MARCH 25 - 26 • MONDAY - TUESDAY • KINDRED TOURS (FORMERLY TJ TRAVEL)
HOPILAND


Day One: We’ll leave the Valley with a stop for coffee & goodies, on our way to historic Cameron’s Trading Post for lunch on self. Cameron’s huge menu offers something for everyone, but they specialize in authentic Navajo food—tacos, beef stew, green chili and fry bread to die for. After lunch it’s back on the bus and we’re headed for the Desert View Entrance of the Grand Canyon. This lesser known east entrance to the Grand Canyon is part of the South Rim, but less accessible, and much less visited by tourists. We’ll stop first at the iconic Desert View Watchtower, where the panoramic view stretches out 100 miles to include on a clear day, the Painted Desert, the North Rim and the Colorado River. From here we’ll get back on the bus to experience Desert View Drive, stopping at some of the Grand Canyon’s most spectacular scenic overlooks. Late afternoon we’ll head for Tuba City—the Western Gateway to Hopi and home of The Moenkopi Hotel. This is the first hotel built on Hopi tribal land in 50 years and was the inspiration of the Elders of Upper Village of Moenkopi. It was their vision that their village should be a place of welcome and gathering for visitors to the land of Hopi. After checking into this lovely hotel, we’ll take a minute to refresh, and then we’ll head out for dinner on self.
Day Two: Breakfast is included at the hotel. Later we’ll be met by our Hopi guide, Gary Tso, who has been recommended by the New York Times Travel Section, National Geographic Adventure Magazine, National Geographic Travel Magazine, Fodor’s Travel Guide, Frommer’s Travel Guide, 1,000 Things to See Before You Die, and more. Gary will jump in the bus with us and take us into the villages throughout Hopi Land. The Hopi occupy an area of approximately 2,439 square miles with an elevation of 7,000 feet, offering panoramic views of the surrounding low altitude desert. The Hopi people are the “oldest of the native people” within North America and are believed to possess a wisdom of things beyond comprehension. Peace-loving and closely knit, they live in 12 villages located in three regions referred to as First Mesa, Second Mesa, and Third Mesa. The village of Oraibi, on Third Mesa, is the oldest continuously inhabited U.S. settlement. To travel across Hopi with Gary Tso, is to explore some of the most open and pristine land in the American West, and to be offered a window into the fascinating history, culture, art and food of the Hopi people. Early afternoon we’ll stop at the Hopi Visitor’s Center for lunch on self, where the affordable menu offers both American favorites and traditional Native American dishes. After lunch we’ll grab our suitcases and head for home, with some great stops along the way. This is a remarkable tour! Don’t miss it. *This trip is offered in conjunction with Kindred Tours. This outside contractor does not currently have any vehicles which can accommodate persons who are non-ambulatory. This destination is not recommended for non-ambulatory individuals as they do not provide assistive devices or pathways. This destination may require walking over unpaved surfaces, inclines, and significant distances. Times and pick-up locations subject to change per tour vendor
$330/ dbl occ (sgl occ avail upon request) Bus Departs the Sonoran Parking Area

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MARCH 26 • TUESDAY • GRAND TRIP
AZ COYOTES VS CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS


Leave the driving and parking to us and cheer our Arizona Coyotes hockey team to a win over the Chicago Blackhawks in the comfort of the Gila River Arena.
$85/person 5:45 p.m. Bus Departs Sonoran Plaza Parking Area

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MARCH 29 •
FRIDAY • MUSIC
DESERT DIVAS CONCERT "MUSICAL MIXED BOUQUET"

Come and support your Sun City Grand Women’s vocal ensemble, as they sing “A MUSICAL MIXED BOUQUET”. Seated around tables of ten with your neighbors, families and friends, you will hear a wide variety of musical selections and styles, directed by Wendy Fentiman, with instrumentalists Joyce Rader on piano, John Clark on bass, Jack Jackino on drums and Dan Reed on trumpet and flugelhorn. There will be lots of familiar music, including pop standards, gospel, country, sixties, spirituals and Broadway. Come welcome spring with an entertaining mixed musical bouquet! . Contact Wendy Fentiman at 623-640-6450 -

Purchase tickets at: www.scgrandmusicclub.com; www.suncitygrand.com or at the Activities Desk (open MF 8am - 4pm).
$12/person;  6:30 p.m. Cash Bar; 7 p.m. Performance Sonoran Plaza

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APRIL 2 • MONDAY • GRAND EVENT
NEWCOMER’S COFFEE


As a new resident, this is your opportunity to learn about the Sun City Grand community and all it has to offer! Please contact the Activities desk to register for this event, or for more information please call the ticket desk at 623-546-7449.

FREE 8:30 a.m. Coffee Bar 9 a.m. Presentation Starts Sonoran Plaza

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SCG Drama & Comedy Club presents...

"The Philadelphia Story"

Story by Philip Barry

April 4,5, 6 at 7pm & April 7 at 3pm

NEW MATINEE ADDED April 4th 1:30pm

This classic romantic comedy focuses on Tracy Lord, a Philadelphia socialite who has split from her husband, C.K. Dexter Haven, due both to his drinking and to her overly demanding nature. As Tracy prepares to wed the wealthy George Kittredge, she crosses paths with both Dexter and prying reporter Macaulay Connor. Unclear about her feelings for all three men, Tracy must decide whom she truly loves.

In the movie version, Jimmy Steward won an Academy Award for Best Actor.

$12/person

Cash Bar & Doors Open 6:30 & 2:30pm

7pm & 3pm performances Sonoran Plaza

If you purchase all 4 shows in the Drama 2018 - 2019 season at one time you will get the package discount!

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APRIL 5 • FRIDAY • FREE SPIRIT
FRESH FOODIE TRAIL AND JALAPENO BUCKS


Enjoy a fabulous lunch at Jalapeno Bucks, part of Arizona’s Fresh Foodie Trail located in the middle of the B & B Farm. After lunch visit True Gardens, an urban garden home to a greenhouse where fresh vegetables grow all year in the desert. *This trip is offered in conjunction with Free Spirit Vacations and Events and may be combined with other communities. Times and pick–up locations subject to change per tour vendor.
$99/pp Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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APRIL 5 • FRIDAY • KINDRED TOURS (FORMERLY TJ TRAVEL)
AN AFTERNOON IN JEROME & LUNCH AT THE ASYLUM


We’re on our way to Jerome, Arizona and the haunted and historic Grand Hotel, where we’ll enjoy lunch included, at the award-winning Asylum Restaurant. Famously spooky—the Grand Hotel was originally constructed in 1926 and started out as the United Verde Hospital, the most modern and well-equipped hospital in all the western states. The hospital closed in 1950 as mining petered out, and then stood vacant for 44 years until the building was purchased, then renovated and reopened as the Grand Hotel. The Asylum restaurant offers a fabulous fine dining experience and a chef-inspired menu that is sure to please—gourmet salads, big delicious sandwiches and burgers, homemade soup and so much more. After lunch we’ll explore the mile-high town of Jerome, perched atop Cleopatra Hill, once a huge deposit of copper, gold and silver. We’ll stroll the streets of downtown Jerome, home to many charming shops and galleries, along with three very interesting wine tasting rooms—including rockstar owned Caduceus Cellars. The afternoon is yours to enjoy in this fascinating living ghost town *This trip is offered in conjunction with Kindred Tours. This outside contractor does not currently have any vehicles which can accommodate persons who are non-ambulatory. This destination is not recommended for non-ambulatory individuals as they do not provide assistive devices or pathways. This destination may require walking over unpaved surfaces, inclines, and significant distances. Times and pick-up locations subject to change per tour vendor.
$99/pp Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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APRIL 5 • FRIDAY • GRAND TRIP
AZ DIAMONDBACKS VS BOSTON RED SOCKS

Let’s get the season started! Leave the driving to us and cheer our D’backs to a win over the Boston Red Socks.This is OPENING DAY and you will be sitting in Club Level section 200 
$90/person 2:00 p.m. Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area
Bus departs Chase Field at the end of the game

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APRIL 5 • FRIDAY • DANCE
COUNTRY WESTERN DANCE

This country western dance welcomes popular western entertainer, J. David Sloan and Western Bred. Western Bred hit the Arizona music scene in the 1980's and regularly fills the ballroom here in Grand. Included in the ticket price is a free, one-hour Arizona Two-Step Dance Lesson from 6 to 7 p.m. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Cash bar. Tickets are on sale at www.grandinfo.com or at the Activities Desk. For further information contact Earlene at 623-544-3602
$10/person 6 p.m.–7 p.m. AZ 2-Step Lesson 7 p.m.–10 p.m. Dancing Cimarron Center

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APRIL 8–11 • MONDAY–THURSDAY
KINDRED TOURS (FORMERLY TJ TRAVEL)
SPRINGTIME IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA


Includes 3 nights at the Viejas Resort & The Flower Fields in Carlsbad
Day One: We’ll leave the Valley with a stop for coffee & goodies, on our way to Yuma, Arizona, where we’ll enjoy lunch on self. After lunch we’ll head for Alpine, California and the beautiful Viejas Casino Resort, our headquarters for the next three nights. With the latest property expansion, The Viejas Resort offers three luxury hotel towers, along with six restaurants, a lush pool and lounge area, an outlet shopping center, full-service spa and so much more. We’ll be offered $10 towards any of the food outlets, plus $25 in gambling bucks for the first two nights of our stay. We’ll check into our hotel rooms, enjoy dinner on self at the restaurant of our choice and a free evening.
Day Two: We’ll enjoy breakfast on self at the hotel—an opportunity to use your $10 credit. After breakfast it’s back on the bus and we’ll head into San Diego to set sail on a 2-hour narrated harbor cruise—aboard a yacht that offers both indoor and outdoor areas. We’ll explore more than 50 storied landmarks, we’ll cruise past Seaport Village, Shelter Island, Coronado Island, Point Loma, Cabrillo National Monument and more. We’ll encounter marine life and sea birds and enjoy remarkable photo opportunities. From here we’ll head to Old Town, a state protected historic neighborhood which includes many buildings from the period of 1820-1870. Known as the birthplace of San Diego, Old Town is home to charming shops & galleries, great little restaurants and historical sites. We’ll enjoy lunch on self, in Old Town, before hopping aboard one of the Old Town Trolleys; an amazing way to experience San Diego’s most exciting attractions. We’ll do the loop together past Hotel del Coronado, Balboa Park, Gaslamp Quarter, Little Italy, the Whaley House, Star of India and so much more! Late afternoon we’ll return to our hotel to enjoy dinner on self and a free evening.
Day Three: We’ll enjoy breakfast on self at the hotel, then it’s back on the bus and we’ll head for The Flower Fields at Carlsbad. For more than 60 years, these famous rolling hills have announced the arrival of spring in North San Diego County, with an unforgettable burst of color and beauty—nearly 50 acres of Giant Ranunculus flowers—with the Pacific Ocean as a backdrop. We’ll travel comfortably through the fields in hay wagons drawn by antique tractors, an annual tradition that has become part of the area’s local heritage. Afterwards we’ll enjoy a scenic drive to Temecula Valley, home to more than 40 wineries and an atmosphere that is very friendly and relaxed. We’ll head into Old Town Temecula to enjoy lunch on self, with several restaurants to choose from. After lunch we’ll explore the scenic Temecula Wine Trail, sampling wine at two distinctly different wineries, included. Late afternoon we’ll return to our hotel and enjoy a lobster buffet Farewell Dinner at the hotel, included. As hotel guests, we’ll been offered VIP access to the restaurant, to avoid lines. Later we’ll enjoy a free evening.
Day Four: We’ll enjoy breakfast on self at the hotel, then it’s back on the bus and we’ll head home, with plenty of great stops along the way. This the ultimate springtime tour and we hope you’ll join us!
*This trip is offered in conjunction with Kindred Tours. This outside contractor does not currently have any vehicles which can accommodate persons who are non-ambulatory. This destination is not recommended for non-ambulatory individuals as they do not provide assistive devices or pathways. This destination may require walking over unpaved surfaces, inclines, and significant distances. Times and pick-up locations subject to change per tour vendor
$789/ dbl occ (sgl occ avail upon request) Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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APRIL 9 • TUESDAY • FREE SPIRIT
TOMBSTONE


Relive the reality and legends of one of the West's most famous towns. Belly up to the bar in Big Nose Kate's Saloon and walk the streets of the Old Wild West. Famous for its lawmen and bandits, Tombstone was the metropolitan hub of the American West for its commerce, mining and cattlemen. *This trip is offered in conjunction with Free Spirit Vacations and Events and may be combined with other communities. Times and pick–up locations subject to change per tour vendor.
$99/pp Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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APRIL 9 • TUESDAY • GRAND EVENT
TAD PRESENTS: ABBAFAB –
THE PREMIER ABBA EXPERIENCE


Having played to sold-out crowds across the U.S. and abroad, ABBAFAB is a stunning tribute to the music of ABBA featuring the sensational talents of some of TAD’s most talented and loved artists and musicians! This multimedia production is a tribute to some of the greatest music produced in the 70s and 80s including monster hits such as Waterloo, Fernando, Honey Honey, Dancing Queen and countless others. From ABBA’s earliest hits to Mamma Mia, ABBAFAB will take you on a technicolor journey that is unmatched. Our vocalists and musicians have toured the world as solo artists and band members and have come together to create the most entertaining ABBA tribute on the market today!
$20/pp Front of House $17/pp Back of House
Evening Show 6:30 p.m. Cash Bar 7 p.m. Performance
Sonoran Plaza

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APRIL 10 • WEDNESDAY • GRAND TRIP
WICKED AT THE GAMMAGE


WICKED, the Broadway sensation, looks at what happened in the Land of Oz…but from a different angle. Long before Dorothy arrives, there is another young woman, born with emerald-green skin-smart, fiery, misunderstood, and possessing an extraordinary talent. When she meets a bubbly blonde who is exceptionally popular, their initial rivalry turns into the unlikeliest of friendships…until the world decides to call one "good," and the other one "wicked." From the first electrifying note to the final breathtaking moment, WICKED-the untold true story of the Witches of Oz-transfixes audiences with its wildly inventive story that USA Today cheers is "a complete triumph! An original musical that will make you laugh, cry, and think."
$103/pp 6 p.m. Bus Departs Sonoran Plaza Lot

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APRIL 11 • THURSDAY • GRAND TRIP
BARLEENS SEASONS BEST


This is our Super Show and only runs during the month of April. It features the highlights of the season as selected by our audiences as absolutely the best of the season.
$62/pp 4:00 p.m. Bus Departs Sonoran Plaza Lot
5:15 p.m. Doors Open 6:30 p.m. Dinner 7:30 p.m. Showtime

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APRIL 11 • THURSDAY • GRAND EVENT
SCG TRIVIA NIGHT


Grab some friends or come alone and accept the trivia challenge. Teams of up to 6 players and prizes will be awarded to winners. Don’t miss out! *Limited seating is available. Please note free tickets must be reserved prior and be presented upon arrival.
FREE 6 p.m. Trivia Starts 5:30 p.m. Doors Open Sagebrush Ballroom

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APRIL 11 • THURSDAY • DANCE
MONTHLY LINE DANCE SOCIAL

Can’t get enough dancing? Then come join Brenda Thomason as she leads dancers in a lively evening of beginners through intermediate line dancing. Call Kathy at 623-444-9236. For additional information. Tickets are available online at www.grandinfo.com, the Activities Desk or at the door. Everyone is welcome.
$5/person 6:30–9:30 p.m. Dancing Cimarron Center

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APRIL 12 • FRIDAY • DANCE
SPRING FLING, A MONTHLY ROCK AND SWING DANCE

This month's rock and swing dance features the extremely popular Thaddeus Rose. Thaddeus sells out quickly! Celebrate the Spring season with family and friends, by dancing to your favorites from the 50s to the 90s. Reserved seating. No refunds. Tickets may be purchased online at w.w.w.grandinfo.com or at the Activities desk. For more information, contact Louise at 623-680-2056.
$10/person 6:30 p.m. Cash Bar 7 p.m. - 10 p.m. Dancing
Sonoran Plaza

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APRIL 13 • SATURDAY • GRAND EVENT

SPRING SEMI-ANNUAL GARAGE SALE


As the saying goes, “One man’s junk is another man’s treasure”, stroll through the Sonoran Plaza parking lot and check out the great bargains and hidden treasures! There will be over 150 resident vendors to choose from. Enjoy some early morning music, breakfast items and kettle corn will be available for purchase.
$14 or $19 7 a.m. – Noon Sonoran Plaza Parking Lot

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April 13 & 14 •
SATURDAY & SUNDAY • MUSIC
GRAND SINGERS AND CHORALE SPRING CONCERT  "Lights, Camera…MUSIC!"

Come celebrate the sounds of the movies with the 144-voice Chorus and 32-voice Chorale, under the direction of Pamela J. Weir. The concert will open with “Hooray for Hollywood” from the 1937 movie Hollywood Hotel, a familiar song featured in every Academy Awards ceremony. Also included will be many more new arrangements of familiar songs from movies such as “As Time Goes By” from Casablanca (1942), “Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend” from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953), “And All That Jazz” from the musical Chicago (1975) and the movie (1979 & 2002)and “Make Someone Happy” from Sleepless in Seattle (1993). You’re sure to sing along with “Ding-Dong! The Witch is Dead” from The Wizard of Oz (1939) and remember all of the James Bond movies watched while listening to the “James Bond Theme.” Don’t miss the spring concerts – tickets go on sale on February 1st, so mark your calendar now!
Tickets are available online at www.scgrandmusicclub.com or at the Activities Desk at Sonoran Plaza (Open M-F from 8am - 4pm). For further information, contact Marilyn Book at 618-839-6349
$12.00/person; Performance Sat. 7 p.m.,  Sun. 3 p.m. Sonoran Plaza.

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APRIL 16 • TUESDAY• KINDRED TOURS (FORMERLY TJ TRAVEL)
THE ROCK ART RANCH & LA POSADA HOTEL


Arizona’s most hidden treasure, the Rock Art Ranch, near Winslow, is a privately-owned 5,000 acre cattle ranch that was once part of the Hashknife Gang Spread. But this ranch is home to so much more than cattle and bison. Archaeological records show that people have been passing through this area for over 13,000 years—hunting and gathering groups, semi nomadic and later sedentary farmers, and it is considered a sacred site by Native Americans. Chevelon Canyon, a narrow, deep and watered gorge, cuts through the ranch, and thousands of petroglyphs dated from 5000 BC to 1400 AD, etch the steep canyon walls. Visitors to the ranch can climb down into the canyon on a natural staircase that has been supplemented with a few manmade steps, but the canyon can also be experienced comfortably from an observation deck. The ranch also features an excavated Navajo sweat lodge and hogan, and a humble yet remarkable museum of ancient Native American, as well as cowboy artifacts that have been discovered on the property. Before visiting the ranch, we’ll enjoy lunch on self at the award-winning Turquoise Room at La Posada Hotel—the last of the great railroad hotels. Considered to be the finest restaurant in the Four Corners Region, the Turquoise Room offers a fabulous and affordable lunch menu, reflecting the unique flavors of the Southwest. This is a remarkable tour and we hope that you will join us.
$99/pp Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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APRIL 25 • THURSDAY • KINDRED TOURS (FORMERLY TJ TRAVEL)
SPRINGTIME ON THE VERDE CANYON RAILROAD


The Verde Canyon—loaded with native flora & fauna, high desert rock faces and spectacular scenery—is only accessible by rail. The Verde Canyon Railroad offers us a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the beauty of the Canyon from the comfort of a fully restored, slow-rolling vintage FP7 locomotive—one of only 10 remaining in North America. This four-hour excursion takes us on a 20-mile journey through 100 years of history. We’ll view ancient Sinagua Indian ruins in towering cliffs. We’ll travel sturdy trestles and bridges—a testament to the hard work of the men who built them over 100 years ago, and we’ll roll through a manmade 680 foot tunnel that was blasted out of solid rock—the tunnel enveloping passengers in total darkness before the train rolls back into the Arizona sunshine! The confluence of high desert and wetland in the Verde Canyon is populated by a variety of wildlife and waterfowl. One of the greatest highlights of the Verde Canyon Railroad is seeing bald eagles, cohabiting with the daily passing of the train. Our springtime tour may offer us a remarkable opportunity to view eaglets snuggled in their nests. This slow-rolling journey is breathtaking with all the changing seasons, but most spectacular in the springtime. We’ll enjoy lunch on self, in the charming train depot before boarding the train. First-class passengers experience spacious living room-style seating, near panoramic windows. Other amenities include a champagne toast upon boarding, full service cash bars, table service and complimentary appetizers. This is a wonderful tour! *This trip is offered in conjunction with Kindred Tours. This outside contractor does not currently have any vehicles which can accommodate persons who are non-ambulatory. This destination is not recommended for non-ambulatory individuals as they do not provide assistive devices or pathways. This destination may require walking over unpaved surfaces, inclines, and significant distances. Times and pick-up locations subject to change per tour vendor
$167/pp First Class Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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APRIL 25 • THURSDAY • GRAND CAFE
CULINARY ROAD TRIP

“Shore” to be a good time at the Grand Café!

The Grand Café is ready to take you on another Culinary “Road Trip”, this time, to the Northeast region of these great United States, on Thursday, April 25, 2019, from 5:00-7:00 p.m.

We’re serving New England style Clam Chowder, followed by North Atlantic, wild caught cod filets, topped with a buttery cracker-herb breading, and pairing them with red potato wedges, mini corn on the cob, and our Northern style cornbread. For the “Grand” Finale, enjoy a slice of sweet potato maple layered cheesecake: cinnamon cheesecake baked on a buttery graham cracker crust, topped with moist sweet potato spice cake, iced with cream cheese maple icing and garnished with caramelized hazelnuts. As always, the per-person ticket price of $25.00, includes one beer or wine, with your fabulous meal.This is an advance purchase event, with tickets available either online or at the Activities office. (Please note: if you are joining friends, please purchase the tickets together, so we can ensure that you are seated at the same table). All of our “Night Out” dinners do sell out quickly, so don’t miss the chance for your palette to “hit the road” with us!

$25/per ticket 5 p.m.–7 p.m. Grand Cafe, Chaparral Center

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APRIL 26 •
FRIDAY • MUSIC
"SPRING HOOTENANNY"

David Durham and several members of the SCG Acoustic Instrument Group will once again be filling the Sonoran Ballroom with the lively and fun sounds of an old fashioned Hootenanny (sing along!!). The Show will feature many of your favorites from the 50’s and 60’s – folk, western, Irish and rock & roll. As usual, this will be a spirited event with song lyrics shown on the three overhead screens. The accompaniment will be provided by guitars, mandolins, bass, harmonica and conga drums. The AIG voices, along with yours – will make for one lively evening of song. All six of the previous Hootenannies have sold out quickly, and this one will, as well – so get your tickets soon and get ready to sing! For more information, contact David at 623-251-5301. Tickets may be purchased online at www.scgrandmusicclub.com or at the Activities Desk (Open M - F 8am - 4pm)
$12/person 6:00 p.m. Cash Bar; 7 p.m. Performance Sonoran Plaza

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APRIL 29 • MONDAY • GRAND TRIP
BILTMORE FASHION PARK - SHOPPING

Join us for a fun day of shopping at a favorite shopping destination in the Valley! Biltmore Fashion Park is an upscale shopping mall with high-end department stores & retailers, plus restaurants & fast food.
$25/person Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area at 9:30 a.m.
2:00 p.m. Bus Departs Shopping Center

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