JANUARY 22 • WEDNESDAY • GRAND EVENT
RISE AND SHINE BREAKFAST


Price includes music, fresh omelets prepared on site to your taste with the following ingredients, diced ham, sliced mushrooms, chopped onion, shredded jack cheese, diced red and green peppers, bacon and sausage. Also includes home fried potatoes, fresh fruit, coffee, and juice. Ticket purchase required prior to event. Must show ticket for breakfast.
$10/pp 8:30 a.m.–10:30 a.m. Palms/Palo Verde/Mesquite

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January 23 • Thursday • GRAND EVENT
Happy Hour @ The Chaparral Center


Are you up for Happy Hour? Please join us as we relax, have some fun and enjoy some great company. Light music, cash bar, food available for purchase. We look forward to seeing you all there! Ticket price includes one drink ticket.
$5/person 5–7 p.m. Chaparral Center

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JANUARY 24 • FRIDAY • GRAND TRIP
BARLEENS VARIETY SPECTACULAR-SOLD OUT


The Barleens cast will perform a variety of music including country, rock and roll, blues, boogie woogie, big band, and gospel. You’ll recognize your favorite songs and be amazed with our masterful musicians!
$62/person 4:00 p.m. Sonoran Plaza Parking area

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JANUARY 24 & 25 •
FRIDAY & SATURDAY • MUSIC
"SALTY DAWGS" and Friends

“The Salty Dawgs” are a Sun City Grand folk music group, comprised of David Durham, Don Bollard, Patrick Watts, Jan Huber and Mike Bastien. They have entertained many enthusiastic audiences around the West Valley, but this will be their first time headlining a show at the Sonoran Ballroom. Their music is largely from the time of the Kingston Trio, with some original tunes thrown in – and a lot of it you will be able to sing along with. They will be joined by guest appearances from “The Sun City Boys,” “The Ukulele Divas” and “The Bluegrass Boys.” These guys – and their friends – know how to have fun with their music – and you will leave this show with a smile on your face and a song in your heart!

$12/person Reserved Floor & Tiered Seating; 6:00 p.m. Cash Bar in Lobby; 6:30 Ballroom doors open; 7:00 p.m. Performance Sonoran Plaza
Tickets may also be purchased at scgrandmusicclub.com; or at the Activities Desk (Open -M - F 8am - 4pm)
Event Coordinator: David Durham, 970-216-8279

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JANUARY 25 • SATURDAY • FREE SPIRIT
9TH ANNUAL ARIZONA BALLOON CLASSIC AND DINNER


Travel to Goodyear for the 9th Annual Arizona Balloon Classic, is a community based family event celebrating magnificent and thrilling sights of aviation. An early dinner is included before attending the Balloon Glow where Giant hot air balloons lite up to music. You can walk around the hot air balloons and visit with the pilot and crew. *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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JANUARY 25 & 26 • SATURDAY & SUNDAY
KINDRED TOURS (FORMERLY TJ TRAVEL)
THE GADSDEN HOTEL & RATHSKELLER SPEAKEASY


Our annual trek to the historic Gadsden Hotel just got a lot more exciting,with an invitation to enjoy a very special evening in The Rathskeller, the
hotel’s notorious speakeasy. Just a few miles north of the Mexican border, the Gadsden was built in 1902, then destroyed by fire, and rebuilt in 1929
in the Art Nouveau style. The Gadsden retains its original glory with a magnificent Tiffany stained glass window overlooking the lobby, and a
sweeping Italian marble staircase, up which Pancho Villa reportedly rode his horse. At a time when the likes of Wyatt Earp, the Clanton brothers
and Geronimo, rode roughshod over the Wild West, the Gadsden Hotel famously provided gracious hospitality to the growing business brought in by the mining industry and the settling of the Arizona Territory. The lobby of the Gadsden, “the living room,” hosted cattlemen, ranchers, copper mining executives and businessmen. For all the Gadsden’s rich history, Day One: We’ll leave the Valley with a stop for coffee and goodies,
on way to Tombstone—The Town Too Tough to Die. Tombstone is home to many great little restaurants where we’ll enjoy lunch on
self, and later take some time to stroll the blood-soaked streets, before jumping back on the bus headed for Douglas. We’ll arrive at the
Gadsden Hotel, check into our beautifully renovated hotel rooms, and refresh before dressing for the evening. Cocktail attire is required,
period attire is encouraged, unless you truly are a cowboy! Invitation in hand, the evening begins on the famously haunted third floor, and guests must follow clues to find their way to the Rathskeller, located in the mazelike basement—the dark underbelly of the hotel! Your evening will include hors d’ oeuvres and a Prohibition era cocktail,
with an opportunity to purchase additional cocktails on self. And if that’s not enough, we’ll also we be treated to a Murder Mystery, which includes some audience participation. We can’t wait!
Day Two: Breakfast is on self at the hotel, then we’re off to explore the Slaughter Ranch, the former home of John Slaughter —Civil War
veteran, Texas Ranger, trail-driver, cattle-king, sheriff, Arizona state representative and professional gambler. John Slaughter, more than
anyone else, brought law and order to the Arizona Territory, with his six-shooter, repeating shotgun and Henry rifle. He was admired by Wyatt
Earp, Wild Bill Hickok, Billy the Kid and Pat Garret, just to name a few. To visit Slaughter Ranch is to truly take a step back in time. Originally known as San Bernardino Ranch, the atmosphere seems untouched since John Slaughter’s time. We’ll enjoy the spectacular scenery and wildlife, surrounding the old adobe ranch house, ice house, wash house, granary, commissary and more. Slaughter Ranch offers a glimpse of what life was like when John Slaughter rode. From here we’ll head to Bisbee, located 90 miles southeast of Tucson in the scenic Mule Mountains. Founded in 1880, Bisbee was one of the most cultured cities in the American West, the largest city between St. Louis and San Francisco. Downtown Bisbee still retains much of its Cosmopolitan charm, with its mining
camp roots also fully on display in the notorious Brewery Gulch district, once home to 50 saloons and several brothels. We’ll explore the streets
of Bisbee, now home to many interesting shops and galleries, and we’ll enjoy lunch on self with several wonderful restaurants to choose from.
Midafternoon we’ll head for home, enjoying the incredibly scenic rolling hills of Southern Arizona and plenty of great stops along the way. This
is a fabulous tour! Don’t wait to make your reservations—hotel rooms are very limited. *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.
$349/pp Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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JANUARY 25 • SATURDAY • GRAND TRIP
CIRQUE CINDERELLA AT THE ORPHEUM


Resident conductor Matthew Kasper leads The Phoenix Symphony in this family-friendly concert. Experience the beloved story of Cinderella
reimagined as Troupe Vertigo and The Phoenix Symphony bring the enchanting fairytale soaring to life on stage… and 40 feet above it! Hear Prokofiev’s jubilant score while aerialists, contortionists, hula hoops, strong men and jugglers tell the classic story of courage and romance at the historic Orpheum Theatre.
$75/person 5:45 p.m. Sonoran Plaza Parking area

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JANUARY 30 • THURSDAY • GRAND TRIP
WASTE MANAGEMENT PHOENIX OPEN - ROUND 1-SOLD OUT


Known as “The Greatest Show on the Grass,” the Waste Management Phoenix Open sports the largest crowds on the PGA Tour. This event has gained legendary status for being unlike any other golf tournament with the 16th hole as one of the most famous and well known holes on
the tour! We have a limited amount of tickets so reserve your today. Ticket price includes bus ride to and from tournament and general
admission ticket.
$65/person 7 a.m. Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area 4 p.m. Bus Departs
Tournament

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FEBRUARY 1–3 • SATURDAY–MONDAY • KINDRED TOURS (FORMERLY TJ TRAVEL)
SUPER BOWL WEEKEND IN LAUGHLIN


Situated in the Colorado River Valley-where Nevada, California and Arizona meet-Laughlin, Nevada is a vibrant tourist destination. Laughlin is home to nine hotel/casinos, 60 restaurants, a 34-lane bowling center, an outlet shopping mall, as well as various boutiques and spas. The City by the River attracts nearly 2 million visitors annually who visit Laughlin to gamble, enjoy water sports, attend concerts and high profile events. In other words, it is the perfect destination for us to gather for Super Bowl LIV, coming to us from Miami, Florida-with all the excitement of the biggest event in American sports! Day One: We’ll leave the Valley with a stop for coffee & goodies, on our way to Laughlin, where we’ll enjoy lunch on self at the restaurant of your choice. We’ll check into the Aquarius Casino Resort-featuring more than 1900 well appointed guest rooms, in two 18-story towers overlooking the beautiful Colorado River-our headquarters for the next two nights. Take some time for a refresh, enjoy your afternoon, and later we’ll gather for a fabulous Crab Legs/ Prime Rib dinner at the award winning Windows on the River Buffet, featuring international fare and complimentary wine, beer and margaritas-and it’s all included! Later enjoy a free evening with all that there is to do in Laughlin. Day Two: A delicious Champagne Brunch is included at the hotel. Later the day is yours to enjoy as you like. Consider boarding a River Passage Water Taxi at the casino docks along the Riverwalk of each hotel and casino. Every taxi is navigated by a licensed Coast Guard Captain, shuttling between the nine casinos located along the Colorado River. The 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. day pass in included. Late afternoon settle in for the game in a town that offers wall-to-wall sports viewing, or just cozy up in your hotel room. Laughlin, post game, promises to be super-charged! Step out with us and enjoy the evening! Day Three: Enjoy a leisurely breakfast buffet at the hotel, included. After breakfast it’s bags out and we’ll head for home with plenty of great sightseeing and a stop for lunch on self along the way. This is a going to be a fantastic tour, offered at a great price! 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.
$499/pp Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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FEBRUARY 4 • TUESDAY • GRAND EVENT

THE ANDREW WALESCH BIG BANDS - 100 YEARS OF SINATRA


Singer and pianist Andrew Walesch is a new and compelling voice on the national jazz scene. In his, sold-out shows with his 10-piece band, Walesch is a traditionalist and an iconoclast rolled into one. His audiences include jazz enthusiasts, as well as a younger crowd compelled by his down-home insouciance, and the knowing irreverence of a tried-and-true American nightclub entertainer. “Although they are my idols, I don’t attempt to imitate the great pop and jazz artists of the 50’s and 60’s,” the singer says. He will provide a show you sure do not want to miss!

$20/person Front of House $17/person Back of House $85/person Front of House Series $80/person Back of House Series 3:30p.m. & 6:30 p.m. Cash Bar 4 p.m. & 7 p.m. Performance Sonoran Plaza

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FEBRUARY 6 • 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. Tickets for this event can be purchased at the Activities Ticket Desk or Online. Have questions regarding this event contact Adam Nunez at adam.nunez@scgcam.com or 623-546-7426.
$3/pp (includes a water or soda) 6 p.m. Trivia Starts 5:30 p.m. Doors Open Sagebrush Ballroom

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FEBRUARY 7 • FRIDAY • FREE SPIRIT
BUCKEYE AIR FAIR


Buckeye Air Fair is a day of fun for the whole family featuring a variety of aircraft-related events and activities that are as exciting as they are
educational. At the fair’s Science & Technology expo, attendees can view astronomy, science and aviation exhibits, aircraft displays and R/C aircraft demonstrations, police & fire demonstrations, a car show and several pieces from the Lauridsen Aviation Museum. *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.
$79/pp Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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FEBRUARY 7 • FRIDAY • DANCE CLUB
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 one-hour Arizona Two-Step Dance Lesson with, free paid admission,
from 6 to 7 p.m. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Cash bar. Tickets are on sale at www.suncitygrand.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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FEBRUARY 7, 8, 9 • FRIDAY -SUNDAY • MUSIC
CIMARRON NIGHTCLUB - BETHANY OWEN

The Music Club is especially pleased to welcome Bethany Owen to our Nightclub stage. She is a multi-talented impressionist who celebrates the zany and fun side of celebrity personalities through the use of comedic parody and vocal tributes to some of the world’s most legendary female superstars of our time.

She continues to amaze audiences with her incredible talent to mimic celebrity voices, as well as take on their character look, body language and facial expressions. You’ll experience Cher, Madonna, Marilyn Monroe, Liza Minnelli and Joan Rivers as well as legends like Barbra Streisand and Judy Garland, to down home country superstars like Dolly Parton, Patsy Cline, Tammy Wynette, Reba McEntire and Shania Twain.

Bethany’s show is an evening of comedy, music and pure entertainment for all ages to enjoy, and a fascinating journey into the world of voice impressions by one of the most extraordinary female entertainers and impressionists working in the industry today!

$20/person; 6 p.m. Doors/Cash Bar open; 7 p.m. Performance Cimarron Center

Dry Snacks Only; bring a sweater or light jacket.
Tickets may also be purchased at the Activities Desk (Open M-F 8:00 a.m-4:00 pm).
Event Coordinator: Didi Nielsen 623-583-4406

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FEBRUARY 8 • SATURDAY • KINDRED TOURS (FORMERLY TJ TRAVEL)
MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET AT PHOENIX THEATRE


Go behind the music to that December day in 1956 when Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, and Jerry Lee Lewis cut a record together at Sun
Records Studios in Memphis. Half stage play and half foot-stomping live show, Million Dollar Quartet puts you right where the action is, as these four legends clash, jockey, and gel into one of the finest musical acts ever recorded. Join us in celebrating 100 years of exceptional entertainment at Phoenix Theatre, the largest producing regional theatre company in the Valley. Offering nearly 500 performances on multiple stages, Phoenix
Theater inspires more than 100,000 visitors every year. We’ll enjoy Million Dollar Quartet in the always fun Hormel Theatre—a black box theatre—
known for edgy and experimental shows. We’ll enjoy lunch on self, prior to this matinee performance, at Macayo’s on Central. A downtown Phoenix landmark, Macayo’s has been offering four generations of lovingly crafted Mexican recipes since 1946. This local tour is sure to be tons of fun! *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 nonambulatory 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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FEBRUARY 8 • SATURDAY • GRAND TRIP
35TH ANNUAL WINTERFEST STREET FESTIVAL IN LAKE HAVASU


Visitors and residents alike will be out by the thousands for 35th Annual Winterfest. Over 200 vendors in 400 booths from across the United States invite everyone to shop, browse, relax and enjoy Lake Havasu City’s unique culture. Winterfest offers more than booths -- there’s entertainment and activities for youngsters. Plan now to join the crowd for two spectacular days of arts, crafts, clothing, jewelry, home decor, tasty street-food, beer garden and eclectic entertainment! Easy access to free parking along Swanson and Mesquite Avenues.
$55/person 7a.m Bus Departs Sonoran Plaza Parking area
Bus Departs Festival at 4pm

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FEBRUARY 10 • MONDAY • GRAND EVENT
RISE AND SHINE BREAKFAST


Price includes music, fresh omelets prepared on site to your taste with the following ingredients, diced ham, sliced mushrooms, chopped onion, shredded jack cheese, diced red and green peppers, bacon and sausage. Also includes home fried potatoes, fresh fruit, coffee, and juice. Ticket purchase required prior to event. Must show ticket for breakfast.
$10/pp 8:30 a.m.–10:30 a.m. Palms/Palo Verde/Mesquite

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FEBRUARY 10 • MONDAY • GRAND EVENT
SCG DANCING WITH YOUR STARS


SCG residents partnered with professional dancers to learn a 90-second ballroom dance routine, add in a hilarious judging panel, and you get a show that will make you laugh, cheer, sing and laugh some more! The best part is the audience votes for who will win and take home the coveted mirror ball trophy! Presented by the Utah Ballroom Dance Company. Our local SCG residents will be announced soon!
$20/person 6:30 p.m. Cash Bar 7 p.m. Performance Sonoran Plaza Ballroom

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FEBRUARY 13 • THURSDAY • GRAND TRIP
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM AT SYMPHONY HALL


A hilarious masterpiece of dreams, illusion, love, and fantasy. This production features lavish new sets and amazing new costumes. Ib Andersen’s fanciful staging brings Shakespeare’s hilarious tale to life with fun-loving characters, quarreling fairies, and mistaken identities in this magical production for the entire family.
$97/person 5:30p.m Bus Departs Sonoran Plaza Parking area
7p.m. Performance

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FEBRUARY 13 • THURSDAY • DANCE CLUB
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.
Contact Gary at ginman@cox.net for additional information. Tickets are available online at www.suncitygrand.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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FEBRUARY 14 • FRIDAY • GRAND TRIP
73RD ANNUAL GOLD RUSH DAYS


This event celebrates the town’s origins as a ranching & gold mining center in the days before there was a Phoenix. The heritage event was founded 73 years ago, and today Gold Rush Days draws tens of thousands of visitors, during the 3 ½ days of activities. Gold Rush Days most significant recognition is from the Library of Congress, whereas Gold Rush Days is one of America’s Living Legacies. The Wickenburg Chamber of Commerce is the proud producer of the celebration each year, along with partners and sponsors. Join us for the Classic Car Show today, Friday is the only day you will be able to see beautiful classic cars on Frontier Street from 9am – 2 p.m. Not interested in the cars then shop our Artisan Fair on Valentine Street in the historic district you will see 150 exhibitors at the Wickenburg Art Club artisan fair, juried art show, family fun carnival, free stage entertainment, gold panning, 150 arts/crafts, and much more from 9:00 a.m. – 5 p.m.
$25/person 8:15a.m Bus Departs Sonoran Plaza Parking area Bus Departs
Festival at 3:15pm

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FEBRUARY 14 • FRIDAY • DANCE CLUB
THE DESERT BREW BAND


The SC Grand Dance Club again will be rocking and jiving to The Desert Brew Band at Sonoran Plaza. The dance will rock to the 50s to the 90s
while “dancing your socks off!” This dance will sell out and there will be no refunds, no exceptions! For further information contact: Louise at
623-680-2056. Tickets may be purchased online at www.suncitygrand.com
or at the Activities Desk.
$10/person 6:30 p.m. Cash Bar 7-10 p.m. Dancing Sonoran Plaza

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FEBRUARY 14 • FRIDAY • DANCE CLUB
THE RHYTHM EDITION BAND

This gives us three rock and swing dances in February! The Rhythm Edition Band has been entertaining audiences throughout the valley for more than 20 years., 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 as well as here at Grand. Tickets may be purchased online at www.suncitygrand.com or at the Activities Desk. Call for tickets at the door. Reserved seating. No refunds. For further information contact: Louise at 623-680-2056.. 

$10/person 6:30p.m. Cash Bar 7-10 p.m. Dancing  Cimarron Center

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FEBRUARY 15 • SATURDAY • FREE SPIRIT
KARTCHNER CAVERNS


Travel to Southern Arizona and visit this wonderful, natural attraction. This stunning limestone cave boasts many world-class features that have been protected since the cave was discovered in 1974. Kartchner Cavern is a wet, “live” cave, meaning water percolates from the surface and calcium carbonate features continue to grow in the darkness. A box lunch is included. This Tour Includes: Transportation, tour of Kartchner
Caverns, Box 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.
$135/pp Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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FEBRUARY 15 • SATURDAY • GRAND TRIP
WIGWAM FESTIVAL OF FINE ART


Welcome to Arizona’s premier Fine Art venue Located in the heart of Litchfield Park’s historic district, the legendary Wigwam Resort plays host to this extraordinary three day event, featuring nationally recognized artists, dancers, and musicians. Visitors will be greeted at the main entrance by towering palms, manicured lawns, and colorful lush gardens. The historic grounds at the Wigwam are filled with charming nooks and botanical gardens, offering an intimate setting and an unparalleled ambiance for outdoor dining, arts and entertainment. Discover the incredible works
of more than 100 of the Southwest’s most accomplished fine artists and craftsmen, all displayed in this stunning outdoor gallery. Lively musical performances, alfresco dining, and refreshing beverages all compliment your festival experience.
$25/person 10:30a.m Bus Departs Sonoran Plaza Parking area
Bus Departs Festival at 3pm

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FEBRUARY 17 • MONDAY • GRAND EVENT 

FEBRUARY 18 • TUESDAY • GRAND EVENT 

THE ROLLERBOYS

The Rollerboys are a 1950s Rock ‘n Roll vocal group, with one big twist… they wear rollerskates. If you love the sounds of Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Buddy Holly, and many more, then get ready to tap your feet to the awesome vocals sounds of THE ROLLERBOYS. Bringing you Rock ‘n Roll on roller skates… The Rollerboys, comprised of some of the hottest West End stars from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s, The Starlight Express, performing LIVE on Center Stage. This is a show unlike any other!

$20/person Front of House $17/person Back of House                                                      $85/person Front of House Series $80/person Back of House Series                                  3:30p.m. & 6:30 p.m. Cash Bar 4 p.m. & 7 p.m. Performance Sonoran Plaza

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FEBRUARY 20 • THURSDAY • FREE SPIRIT
GRAND CANYON ONE DAY


Travel to the magnificent Grand Canyon, a World Heritage Site and one of the most spectacular examples of erosion to be found anywhere with massive vistas providing breathtaking views. *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.
$159/pp Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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FEBRUARY 20 • THURSDAY • FREE SPIRIT
TUCSON RODEO


Depart the Valley and head to Tucson for a day of rodeo excitement. The first La Fiesta de los Vaqueros (Celebration of the Cowboys) in
1925 touted three days of events and competition. Today, the event has grown to a nine-day celebration centered on the Tucson Rodeo, one
of the top 25 professional rodeos in North America. Package includes transportation, grandstand seating for the Rodeo Parade, and reserved
grandstand seats for the rodeo. *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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FEBRUARY 21 • FRIDAY • DANCE
"FAREWELL TO WINTER"

February is the end of winter and the time 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 Arline at 623-556-4059. Tickets may purchased online at www.suncitygrand.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 21-23 & FEBRUARY 28 - MARCH 1 • FRIDAY-SUNDAY • DRAMA
21ST ANNUAL VARIETY SHOW

Enjoy comedy, singing and the dancing Grandettes‘Guys for yet another memorable show. Always a fan favorite event and a SELL OUT. For tickets: www.granddrama.com or www.grandinfo.com or visit the Activities Desk (9 a.m.–4 p.m. Monday–Friday)

$18/person Friday & Saturday 6:30 p.m. Cash Bar  7 p.m. Performance Sonoran Plaza
$18/person Sunday 2:30 p.m. Doors Open
3 p.m. Performance Sonoran Plaza

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FEBRUARY 24 • MONDAY • GRAND TRIP
MEDIEVAL TIMES DINNER THEATER


Ticket price includes a two-hour live tournament — four course feast — authentic jousting, sword fights, and falconry show. Which knight will Win? Beautiful horses and magnificent pageantry. Queen Maria Isabella welcomes you to dine with her and her royal court. Always a generous host, the Queen has commanded her royal chefs to cook her favorite meal just for you. Medieval Times’ noble guests feast on garlic bread, tomato bisque soup, roasted chicken, sweet buttered corn, herb-basted potato, the dessert of the Castle, coffee and two rounds of select beverages. Vegetarian meals available upon request.
$75/person 5 p.m. Bus Departs Sonoran Plaza Parking Lot
Performance starts at 7 p.m.

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FEBRUARY 25 • TUESDAY • PALM CENTER EVENT
NEWCOMERS MIXER


If you’re a new resident, join us for our Newcomer’s Mixer. Enjoy a Mimosa or Coffee on us while you mix and mingle with the Associations staff, board members, clubs, and volunteer opportunities. In addition, meet other new
residents in the community. There will be a brief presentation to review some important information that will help you get started on the right foot.
For more information call Adam Nunez (Creative Projects Manager) 623- 546-7426. Tickets must be reserved prior to event through the Activities
Ticket Desk or online at suncitygrand.com.
FREE 10 a.m. Presentation Starts – 12 p.m. Palm Center

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FEBRUARY 26 - MARCH 4 • WEDNESDAY - WEDNESDAY • KINDRED TOURS (FORMERLY TJ TRAVEL)
BAJA WHALES AND WINE


Baja California is a Mexican state on the Baja California Peninsula, bordering the U.S. state of California. Pristine and undeveloped, the landscape spans mountains and beaches on the Pacific Ocean and Gulf of California. It is a region of uninhabited islands, the confluence of sea, mountains and desert. The heart-stopping, up-close experience of meeting gray whales, followed by this region’s award winning wine trail makes for a small-group tour of a lifetime! Day One: PHOENIX-SAN DIEGO Travel by motorcoach to San Diego. Join your tour director this evening for a welcome cocktail and a briefing at the hotel. Day Two: SAN DIEGO-SAN QUINTIN Depart this morning for Northern Baja California, Mexico. Bienvenidos! Welcome to Mexico. We’ll cross the border via Tijuana, the world’s busiest land border crossing. Visit Tijuana’s bustling Mercado Hidalgo before continuing on scenic Highway 1 to Ensenada for lunch at a local restaurant. After lunch, return to Highway 1 traveling south through Northern Baja’s tomato, strawberry and pepper fields, along the way to San Quintin and tonight’s Welcome Dinner. Day Three: SAN QUINTIN-GUERRERO NEGRO Continue on Highway 1 to Guerrero Negro, Baja California Sur, through the Desierto Central de Baja California, with its unique desert vegetation. Stop in Catavina along the way to take a short walk through this fascinating desert with rock formations and granite boulders, to nearby caves. We’ll explore cave paintings that offer a glimpse into the indigenous peoples that once populated this region. After lunch at a local restaurant, continue to Guerreo Negro, which will serve as our base camp for tomorrow’s whale watching. Dinner this evening is at the hotel. Day Four: GUERRERO-WHALE WATCHING Early this morning depart for Guerrero Negro’s nearby lagoon, Ojo de La Liebre. These lagoons serve as the magnificent gray whale’s first calving stop on their journey from the Bering Strait. Aboard small, non-intrusive boats, captained by local guides, we’ll experience an up-close encounter with these gentle and curious giants. After our excursion, we’ll enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before returning to the hotel for a refresh. Later we’ll visit the largest evaporative salt production facility in the world, before returning to the hotel. Dinner is on self this evening. Day Five GUERRERO NEGRO-CATAVINA Mid-morning we’ll return to Ojo de La Liebre, also known as Scammon’s Lagoon. Again we’ll experience a close encounter with not just the incredible gray whales, but also dolphins, sea lions and seals. This region is lined with giant osprey nests and is visited by an exotic variety of migrating birds. Later we’ll return to town, board our motorcoach, and head north for the village of Catavina. Dinner this evening is at the hotel Day Six: ENSENADA This morning we’ll continue to head north to the bustling port city of Ensenada. We’ll enjoy lunch along the way, check into our hotel, and after a refresh we’ll join our tour director for a stroll through downtown Ensenada. Later enjoy a free evening. This is a wonderful opportunity to explore the charming shops, taquerias and cafes of Ensenada. Day Seven: ENSENADA-GUADALUPE VALLEY WINE COUNTRY This morning we’ll travel to the famous La Bufadora (Blowhole), the world’s second largest marine geyser—a fantastic photo opportunity. We’ll continue our journey to the Guadalupe Valley, Mexico’s premier wine country, home to wineries that rival Napa Valley. We’ll enjoy a visit to a locally owned winery and lunch, before returning to Ensenada. Later we’ll enjoy a Farewell Dinner with our fellow travelers at a local restaurant. Day Eight: ENSENADA TO PHOENIX After breakfast we’ll return to the U.S., crossing through Los Algodones Port of Entry. Our next stop will be Yuma, for an optional lunch on self, before continuing to Phoenix. *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.
$1875/pp dbl occ; sgl occ avail upon request Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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FEBRUARY 27 • THURSDAY • PALM CENTER EVENT
AFTERNOON TEA


Guest will enjoy afternoon in the Palm Center Lobby looking out to one of the greatest views in Sun City Grand. Treat yourself to a beautiful afternoon with community neighbors and friends while enjoying some delicious tea and treats! Small sandwiches, scones, desserts, tea, live piano player and more! Bring your favorite tea cup to show off but don’t worry if you don’t have one,
we have plenty! There is limited seating for this event so please purchase your tickets today. Contact adam.nunez@scgcam.com for questions or if you have a complete tea set that you would like to showcase.
$17/pp 3–5 p.m. Palm Center Lobby

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FEBRUARY 27 • THURSDAY • GRAND TRIP
BARLEENS OLD TIME ROCK ‘N’ ROLL-SOLD OUT


If you remember poodle skirts and pompadours, you won’t want to miss this show! Rock around the clock to such 50s and 60s rock ‘n’ roll favorites
as Johnny B Good, Wooly Bully, Surfin’ USA, Twist & Shout, and much more. There are so many hits in this musical genre that we split them into
two shows that are equally memorable and entertaining. See them both to complete your musical excursion back in time!
$62/person 4:00 p.m. Sonoran Plaza Parking area

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FEBRUARY 28 • FRIDAY • GRAND TRIP
PHOENIX SUNS VS DETROIT PISTONS


Leave the driving and parking to us and cheer our Phoenix Suns basketball
as they beat the Detroit Pistons. Relax in the comfort of the Talking Stick
Arena.Seats are located in section 105.
$100/pp 5:15 p.m Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area. Game Begins at 7 p.m.

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FEBRUARY 28 • FRIDAY • DANCE CLUB
THADDEUS ROSE, A MONTHLY ROCK AND SWING DANCE


The SC Grand Dance Club again will be rocking and jiving to Thaddeus Rose, need we say more? His dances sell out quickly and there will be no
refunds, no exceptions! For further information contact: Louise at 623- 214-2704. Tickets may be purchased online at www.suncitygrand.com or at
the Activities Desk.
$10/person 6:30 p.m. Cash Bar 7-10 p.m. Dancing Cimarron Center

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MARCH 2 • MONDAY • GRAND EVENT     

MARCH 3 • TUESDAY • GRAND EVENT                 

THE EVERLY BROTHERS EXPERIENCE -   FEATURING THE ZMED BROTHRES

The Everly brothers have recorded 21 studio albums, sold more than 60 million records worldwide, had over 30 billboard top -100 singles, which still to this day is the record for most billboard charting hits of any sibling rock duo ever, they received numerous accolades in their later career, and influenced countless legendary artist that came after them including The Beatles, Simon and Garfunkel, The Beach Boys, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, The Bee Gees, Neil Young… and the list goes on. THE ZMED BROTHERS are absolutely thrilled to be able to contribute to a cause that supports the recognition and preservation of the intimate and singular origins of America's greatest Rock n' Roll singing sibling duo.The 5 piece band consists of drums, electric guitar, bass, and the two singing brothers (Zachary and Dylan Zmed) up front with the signature Everly acoustic guitars.

$20/person Front of House $17/person Back of House $85/person Front of House Series $80/person Back of House Series 3:30p.m. & 6:30 p.m. Cash Bar 4 p.m. & 7 p.m. Performance Sonoran Plaza

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MARCH 5 • THURSDAY • GRAND EVENT
RISE AND SHINE BREAKFAST


Price includes music, fresh omelets prepared on site to your taste with the following ingredients, diced ham, sliced mushrooms, chopped onion,
shredded jack cheese, diced red and green peppers, bacon and sausage. Also includes home fried potatoes, fresh fruit, coffee, and juice. Ticket purchase required prior to event. Must show ticket for breakfast.
$10/pp 8:30–10:30 a.m. Palms/Palo Verde/Mesquite

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MARCH 5 • 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. Tickets for this event can be purchased at the Activities Ticket Desk or Online. Have questions regarding this event contact Adam Nunez at adam.nunez@scgcam.com or 623-546-7426.
$3/per person (includes a water or soda) 6 p.m. Trivia Starts 5:30 p.m. Doors Open Sagebrush Ballroom

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MARCH 6 • FRIDAY • DANCE CLUB
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 one-hour Arizona Two-Step Dance Lesson with, free paid admission, from 6 to 7 p.m. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Cash bar. Tickets are on sale at www.suncitygrand.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 7 •
SATURDAY • MUSIC 
"AN ELEGANT EVENING OF CLASSICAL MUSIC AND ART"

The Sun City Grand Music Club presents a classical concert “MAKE THEM HEAR YOU” under the direction of David Seaburg and Katie Iverson on Saturday, March 7, 2020. An Art Exhibit will be held before the concert and remain open after the concert for an art sale. Come experience an elegant evening of classical music and fine art featuring local musicians and artists. Scholarship winners from Glendale Community College will also be featured, as well as the Sun City Grand Chorale under the direction of Pamela Weir. This program has fine art, fine music, and fine entertainment that you won’t want to miss!

Reserved seating $12/person; 6 p.m. Art Exhibit & Cash Bar, 7 p.m. Concert; Art Sale following concert til 9 p.m. Sonoran Plaza

Tickets may also be purchased at the Activities Desk (Open M - F 8am - 4 pm).
Event Coordinator: David Seaburg (651) 249-4831

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MARCH 8 • SUNDAY • GRAND TRIP
FANSHIELD 500 NASCAR


Don't miss your opportunity to experience Speed Fest family fun for the entire family on Sunday, March 8. NASCAR Goes West with Champions Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch taking on young guns like Kyle Larson and Chase Elliott on the track.
$75/pp 8:30 a.m. Bus Departs Sonoran Plaza Parking Area

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MARCH 9 • MONDAY • GRAND EVENT

MARCH 11 • WEDNESDAY • GRAND EVENT

BLACK MARKET TRUST

The Black Market Trust are an American Traditional Pop/Vocal Jazz group from Los Angeles who combine the sounds of the legendary American crooners and vocal groups with the fire and energy of Gypsy Jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt. The live show features material from The Great American Songbook infused with Django’s romantic and virtuosic flavor. Add some intricate vocal harmonies, a dash of Rat Pack-style comedy and it’s clear to audiences why The Black Market Trust have quickly earned a reputation as one of the premier live acts performing in music today. Be transported as they meld two distinctly different vibes- one of a gypsy campfire, the other a slick metropolitan nightclub- into a cohesive, stylish sound.

$20/person Front of House $17/person Back of House $85/person Front of House Series $80/person Back of House Series
3:30p.m. & 6:30 p.m. Cash Bar 4 p.m. & 7 p.m. Performance Sonoran Plaza

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MARCH 10 • TUESDAY • KINDRED TOURS (FORMERLY TJ TRAVEL)
THE WRIGLEY MANSION LUNCH & TOUR


Wrigley Mansion, a breathtaking landmark originally constructed in 1932 by chewing gum magnate William Wrigley Jr., was thoughtfully designed as a 50th anniversary gift to his beloved wife, Ada. Sitting at the top of a hill, The Mansion commands the best views in Phoenix showcasing the mountains and the city below. Its architecture includes curated elements of Spanish, California Monterey and Mediterranean styles. Original tiles still grace The Mansion, having been shipped from the Wrigley family’s tile factory on Catalina Island and carted up the hill by donkey. Sold by the Wrigley family in 1973, the mansion changed hands several times. In 1992, as the city of Phoenix was planning to tear it down to make room for condos, the late Geordie Hormel and his wife Jamie fell in love with the property and purchased it. Together they restored it with the intention of sharing its inherent magic with everyone. Today, Wrigley Mansion is a premier special event and fine dining venue. With James Beard awardwinning Chef Christopher Gross and his strong culinary team heading up the kitchen, lunch is sure to be wonderful. We’ll be offered a menu of five entrée items with your choice of soft drink, included. Later we’ll enjoy a guided tour of the mansion—a fabulous opportunity to discover the history of two famous families—Wrigley and Hormel. Bring your camera, the famously haunted Wrigley Mansion is one of Phoenix’s most storied landmarks! *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/pp Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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MARCH 12–15 • THURSDAY–SUNDAY • FREE SPIRIT
DISCOVER NAVAJO


If you are interested in learning more about the beauty and cultural traditions of the Navajo Nation we invite you to “Discover Navajo”. Learn from some amazing Native American presenters as they discuss music, authentic Native American arts and crafts, Medicine Men, and the traditional Navajo way of life. You will visit Antelope Canyon, Monument Valley, and Canyon de Chelly. Visit Trading Posts which have been in existence since the 1870’s. Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, often called the eighth wonder of the world, is located deep within the Navajo Reservation. The Navajo live in the company of spectacular free standing, red rock buttes, towering pillars, spires, and sand dunes. Mammoth monoliths and immense rock spires stretch heavenward from the desert floor. Fine examples of Indian cliff dwellings and ruins can be found in Canyon de Chelly National Monument. The Canyons here have sheltered Anasazi culture for centuries and served as an ancestral stronghold for the Navajos. Small vehicles will take you on in-depth tours of these natural wonderlands that are featured in this kaleidoscope of color vacation. Day One: Hotel: Quality Inn Lake Powell, Page, AZ Depart Phoenix with a lunch stop in Sedona before traveling on to the beautiful and magnificent Page area. Check into the Quality Inn in Page. A welcome dinner is included this evening at the hotel. Day Two: Hotel: Quality Inn Navajo Nation, Tuba City, AZ Breakfast is included before you enjoy a tour of Antelope Canyon. Antelope Canyon is a small but exquisitely beautiful geological formation in Northern Arizona. It takes only an hour or two to see it all, but it is worth the time! Its unsurpassed beauty is breathtaking. Antelope Canyon is a Photographer’s dream! Lunch is on your own in Page before departing to Tuba City. Be prepared for a wonderful learning experience as you travel
to Tuba City to view the Interactive Museum, the Navajo Code Talkers Museum and the Historic Tuba City Trading Post. Check into the Quality
Inn Tuba City. Day Three: Hotel: Quality Inn Navajo Nat. Capital, Window Rock, AZ Breakfast is included before you depart for a tour of the fabulous and beautiful Monument Valley where you will discover why it is considered one of the centerpieces of beauty on Navajo Land. Beautiful red sandstones push skyward from the vast expanse of desert floor, creating a striking set
of formations that stand together against an umbrella of blue skies. Lunch is on your own in Kayenta before you depart for Canyon de Chelly. You will thrill to the delights of the beautiful and breathtaking Canyon de Chelly! Nowhere in Navajo land is the blend of past tradition and present
Culture more evident than at Canyon de Chelly National Monument, this Monument is home to several periods of Indian Culture dating from 350
A.D. to 1300 A.D. The 26-mile Canyon’s sheer cliffs range from 30 to more than 1,000 ft. providing a spectacular Backdrop for hundreds of Anasazi
Ruins, as well as modern Navajo homes and farms. Continue to Window Rock and check into the Quality Inn in Window Rock. Day Four: Breakfast is included before you visit Window Rock. This park has many symbolic structures: a circular path outlining the four cardinal directions, 16 angled steel pillars With the name of war veterans, and a healing sanctuary that is used for reflection and solitude that features a fountain made of sandstone. Also visit the Navajo Nation Tribal Chambers – similar to our US Capitol Building. Lunch is included at St. Michael
Indian School. Then depart for the Hubbell Trading Post and National Historic Site. Hubbell Trading Post is the oldest continuously operated trading post in the United States, a National Historic Site that features a bookstore, exhibits, rug weaving demonstrations and picnic tables. Then return to the Valley. This Tour Includes: Transportation, 3 nights accommodations, small vehicle tours of Antelope Canyon, Monument Valley, and Canyon de Chelly, Cameron Indian Trading Post. (Call for Pre and Post nights accommodations in Phoenix) *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 dbl occ $995 sgl occ Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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MARCH 12–15 • THURSDAY–SUNDAY • FREE SPIRIT
DISCOVER NAVAJO


If you are interested in learning more about the beauty and cultural traditions of the Navajo Nation we invite you to “Discover Navajo”. Learn from some amazing Native American presenters as they discuss music, authentic Native American arts and crafts, Medicine Men, and the traditional Navajo way of life. You will visit Antelope Canyon, Monument Valley, and Canyon de Chelly. Visit Trading Posts which have been in existence since the 1870’s. Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, often called the eighth wonder of the world, is located deep within the Navajo Reservation. The Navajo live in the company of spectacular free standing, red rock buttes, towering pillars, spires, and sand dunes. Mammoth monoliths and immense rock spires stretch heavenward from the desert floor. Fine examples of Indian cliff dwellings and ruins can be found in Canyon de Chelly National Monument. The Canyons here have sheltered Anasazi culture for centuries and served as an ancestral stronghold for the Navajos. Small vehicles will take you on in-depth tours of these natural wonderlands that are featured in this kaleidoscope of color vacation. Day One: Hotel: Quality Inn Lake Powell, Page, AZ Depart Phoenix with a lunch stop in Sedona before traveling on to the beautiful and magnificent Page area. Check into the Quality Inn in Page. A welcome dinner is included this evening at the hotel. Day Two: Hotel: Quality Inn Navajo Nation, Tuba City, AZ Breakfast is included before you enjoy a tour of Antelope Canyon. Antelope Canyon is a small but exquisitely beautiful geological formation in Northern Arizona. It takes only an hour or two to see it all, but it is worth the time! Its unsurpassed beauty is breathtaking. Antelope Canyon is a Photographer’s dream! Lunch is on your own in Page before departing to Tuba City. Be prepared for a wonderful learning experience as you travel
to Tuba City to view the Interactive Museum, the Navajo Code Talkers Museum and the Historic Tuba City Trading Post. Check into the Quality
Inn Tuba City. Day Three: Hotel: Quality Inn Navajo Nat. Capital, Window Rock, AZ Breakfast is included before you depart for a tour of the fabulous and beautiful Monument Valley where you will discover why it is considered one of the centerpieces of beauty on Navajo Land. Beautiful red sandstones push skyward from the vast expanse of desert floor, creating a striking set
of formations that stand together against an umbrella of blue skies. Lunch is on your own in Kayenta before you depart for Canyon de Chelly. You will thrill to the delights of the beautiful and breathtaking Canyon de Chelly! Nowhere in Navajo land is the blend of past tradition and present
Culture more evident than at Canyon de Chelly National Monument, this Monument is home to several periods of Indian Culture dating from 350
A.D. to 1300 A.D. The 26-mile Canyon’s sheer cliffs range from 30 to more than 1,000 ft. providing a spectacular Backdrop for hundreds of Anasazi
Ruins, as well as modern Navajo homes and farms. Continue to Window Rock and check into the Quality Inn in Window Rock. Day Four: Breakfast is included before you visit Window Rock. This park has many symbolic structures: a circular path outlining the four cardinal directions, 16 angled steel pillars With the name of war veterans, and a healing sanctuary that is used for reflection and solitude that features a fountain made of sandstone. Also visit the Navajo Nation Tribal Chambers – similar to our US Capitol Building. Lunch is included at St. Michael
Indian School. Then depart for the Hubbell Trading Post and National Historic Site. Hubbell Trading Post is the oldest continuously operated trading post in the United States, a National Historic Site that features a bookstore, exhibits, rug weaving demonstrations and picnic tables. Then return to the Valley. This Tour Includes: Transportation, 3 nights accommodations, small vehicle tours of Antelope Canyon, Monument Valley, and Canyon de Chelly, Cameron Indian Trading Post. (Call for Pre and Post nights accommodations in Phoenix) *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 dbl occ $995 sgl occ Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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MARCH 12 • THURSDAY • DANCE CLUB
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. Contact Dale at: rees4923@yahoo.com for additional information. Tickets are available online at www.suncitygrand.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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DRAMA & COMEDY CLUB
CABARET PLAYERS present - "Grins 'n Giggles"
Thursday, March 12, Friday, March 13 and Saturday, March 14

If you have never been to a Cabaret performance be prepared to sit back in a cozy setting, have a beverage of your choice and enjoy 4 short comedic plays brought to you by SCG residents performing while reading from their scripts.

$8/pp - 6:30PM Doors Open and Cash Bar Available - 7:00PM Performance

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MARCH 14 • SATURDAY • KINDRED TOURS (FORMERLY TJ TRAVEL)
THE 37TH ANNUAL ST. PATRICKS DAY FAIRE


2020 marks the 37th annual St. Patrick’s Day Faire—an all-day celebration, and a complete blast! We’ll make our way to Margaret T. Hance Park
in the downtown Phoenix area, right next to the Irish Cultural Center— where we’ll celebrate the day with three stages of live Irish music, and Irish
step dancing and bagpipers. You can research your Irish ancestry with genealogists on site, enjoy Irish arts & crafts, and swing by the food court
featuring all kinds of traditional Irish grub. We’ll be “wearing the green” and having the time of our lives, do don’t miss out on the fun! *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 nonambulatory 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.
$65/pp Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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MARCH 14 • SATURDAY • DANCE
St. PATRICK'S DAY, A ROCK AND SWING DANCE

Formerly known as the Monthly Variety Dance, this dance will feature The Rhythm Edition Band. The 7-piece Rhythm Edition has been entertaining audiences throughout the valley for more than 20 years., 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. 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.suncitygrand.com or at the Activities Desk. For more information, contact Louise at 623-680-2056.

$10/person 6:30p.m. Cash Bar 7-10 p.m. Dancing Sonoran Plaza

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MARCH 15 • SUNDAY • GRAND TRIP
DISNEY IN CONCERT AT SYMPHONY HALL


Disney in Concert – Magical Music from the Movies, is a concert and multi-media experience featuring acclaimed Broadway vocalists, and scenes from your favorite Disney movies projected above the orchestra. Experience the Magical Music of Disney as The Phoenix Symphony performs songs from Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, Mary Poppins, Pirates of the Caribbean, The Lion King and more. This concert guarantees fun for the whole family, complete with Disney sing-alongs. Arrive early for the opportunity to be photographed with your favorite Disney princess from Storybook Entertainment!
$76/pp 12:30 p.m Bus Departs Sonoran Plaza Parking area
2 p.m. Performance

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MARCH 20 - 22 & MARCH 27 - 29 • FRIDAY-SUNDAY • DRAMA
GUYS AND DOLLS

Presenting our 2020 Musical with Music and Lyrics by Frank Loesser Gambler Nathan Detroit has few options for the location of his big craps game. Needing $1000 to pay a garage owner to host the game, Nathan bets Sky Masterson that Sky cannot get a virtuous Sarah Brown out on a date. Despite some resistance, Sky negotiates a date with her in exchange for bringing folks into her mission.For tickets: www.granddrama.com or www.grandinfo.com or visit the Activities Desk (9 a.m.–4 p.m. Monday–Friday)

$18/person Friday & Saturday 6:30 p.m. Cash Bar 7 p.m. Performance Sonoran Plaza
$18/person Sunday 2:30 p.m. Doors Open
3 p.m. Performance Sonoran Plaza

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MARCH 20, 21, 22 • FRIDAY -SUNDAY • MUSIC
CIMARRON NIGHTCLUB - "THE DIVINE MISS M - BETTE MIDLER"

Starring Sherie Rae Parker

Sherie Rae is one of the most popular tribute artists in Las Vegas, performing in the Legends Series for many years. She has entertained all over the world always to rave reviews. Simply put, Sherie Rae is Bette Midler when she takes the stage. A rare opportunity to see this fabulous show in the intimate setting of the Music Club's Cimarron Nightclub.

$20/person; 6 p.m. Doors/Cash Bar open; 7 p.m. Performance Cimarron Center

Dry Snacks Only; bring a sweater or light jacket.
Tickets may also be purchased at the Activities Desk (Open M-F 8:00 a.m-4:00 pm).
Event Coordinator: Didi Nielsen 623-583-4406

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MARCH 22 • SUNDAY • 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/pp 9:30 a.m. Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area
4 p.m. Bus Departs Festival

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MARCH 23 • MONDAY • SCG EVENT
LET'S MAKE MUSIC - THE GAME SHOW

Don't miss out as Sun City Grand joins the ranks of Name That Tune, Jeopardy and Star Search. For the first time ever, SCG presents a game show featuring music knowledge, talent and fun, fun, fun! Can you remember and identify the songs you grew up with? Do you know the artists that made those songs famous? Something magical happens when music and memories take you back to a defining moment in your life. Compete to win prizes or just enjoy the show. Let's Make Music - The Game Show tickets are available at suncitygrand.com and the Activities Ticket Desk. Want to be a contestant? Email scgfuninfo@gmail.com for more information.
$3/pp 6:00 p.m. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Sagebrush Ballroom

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MARCH 24 • TUESDAY • GRAND TRIP
CHICAGO THE MUSICAL AT AZ BROADWAY THEATRE


Set amidst the decade of the roaring twenties, Chicago is the story of Roxie Hart, a housewife and wannabe nightclub dancer who maliciously murders her on-the-side lover. Desperate to avoid conviction, she dupes the public, the media, and her rival cellmate, Velma Kelly, and hires the slickest criminal lawyer in town to transform her crime into a barrage of sensational headlines.
Filled with greed, corruption, exploitation and one show-stopping hit after another, Chicago is sure to give you the old “Razzle Dazzle!”
$90/pp 4:30 p.m. Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area
Dinner 5:30 p.m. Performance 7:30 p.m.

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MARCH 25–27 • WEDNESDAY–FRIDAY • FREE SPIRIT
DISCOVER HOPI


Visiting Hopi is a unique experience. The Hopi people have lived in the mesa country of the high desert of Arizona for over a thousand years and
the current lifestyles and beliefs preserve the unique heritage of the Hopi culture. Visiting Hopi is a privilege, and Native guides make the history and
culture come alive. Day One: Depart the Valley and travel north. Tour Montezuma’s Castle before arriving in Flagstaff for lunch on your own and a tour the Museum of Northern Arizona. Continue to Tuba City and check into Moenkopi Legacy Inn & Suites. Day Two: Breakfast is included this morning at the hotel. Highlights today include Old Oraibi, Dawa Park, lunch and a walking tour of Walpi. Walpi is situated on top of First Mesa nearly 300 feet above the surrounding land. The village is a living village where the homes are passed down through matrilineal clan lineage. Just as it has been over the centuries, there is no electricity or running water in the old village of Walpi. You will witness life at it has been lived over the centuries. This full day tour gives visitors the opportunity to meet Kachina doll carvers, basket weavers and potters in their villages. You will learn about Hopi agriculture and see the dry farming that
produces crops of beans, squash and corn that have been the staples of Hopi life for centuries. Check into the La Posada in Winslow for the evening. Day Three: Today, tour Homolovi State Park Ancestral Hopi Villages, a 4,500-acre preservation of over 300 Ancestral Puebloan archaeological sites. Drive through Petrified Forest National Monument on the way back to the Valley. *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.
$695/pp dbl occ $895 sgl occ Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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MARCH 25–27 • WEDNESDAY–FRIDAY • FREE SPIRIT
DISCOVER HOPI


Visiting Hopi is a unique experience. The Hopi people have lived in the mesa country of the high desert of Arizona for over a thousand years and
the current lifestyles and beliefs preserve the unique heritage of the Hopi culture. Visiting Hopi is a privilege, and Native guides make the history and
culture come alive. Day One: Depart the Valley and travel north. Tour Montezuma’s Castle before arriving in Flagstaff for lunch on your own and a tour the Museum of Northern Arizona. Continue to Tuba City and check into Moenkopi Legacy Inn & Suites. Day Two: Breakfast is included this morning at the hotel. Highlights today include Old Oraibi, Dawa Park, lunch and a walking tour of Walpi. Walpi is situated on top of First Mesa nearly 300 feet above the surrounding land. The village is a living village where the homes are passed down through matrilineal clan lineage. Just as it has been over the centuries, there is no electricity or running water in the old village of Walpi. You will witness life at it has been lived over the centuries. This full day tour gives visitors the opportunity to meet Kachina doll carvers, basket weavers and potters in their villages. You will learn about Hopi agriculture and see the dry farming that produces crops of beans, squash and corn that have been the staples of Hopi life for centuries. Check into the La Posada in Winslow for the evening. Day Three: Today, tour Homolovi State Park Ancestral Hopi Villages, a 4,500-acre preservation of over 300 Ancestral Puebloan archaeological sites. Drive through Petrified Forest National Monument on the way back to the Valley. *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.
$695/pp dbl occ $895 sgl occ Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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MARCH 26 • THURSDAY • GRAND TRIP
BARLEENS TAKE A TRIP THROUGH THE #1 HITS


You will be amazed at the depth of talent as we touch on #1 hits from all genres of music. From soft ballads to powerful instrumentals, this
production gives each performer the opportunity to do what they do best. This show has something for everyone!
$62/pp 4p.m. Sonoran Plaza Parking area

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MARCH 27–29 • FRIDAY–SUNDAY
KINDRED TOURS (FORMERLY TJ TRAVEL)
CHACO CULTURE NATIONAL HISTORIC PARK


Day One: We’ll head towards Payson with a stop for coffee and goodies, on our way to Heber, Arizona, for lunch on self at the award-winning Red
Onion Restaurant. Casual and affordable, the Red Onion’s menu offers daily specials, along with delicious burgers, homemade chili, salads and
more. After lunch we’ll head to Farmington, New Mexico, where we’ll check into our hotel—our headquarters for the next two nights. We’ll take
some time for a refresh before gathering for our own Happy Hour, included, and afterwards we’ll make our way to Los Hermanito’s for a great New
Mexican style dinner, on self. Day Two: We’ll enjoy breakfast, included at the hotel, then it’s back on the bus, headed for Chaco Culture National Historical Park. Chaco Canyon is home to the densest and most exceptional concentration of pueblos in the American Southwest. The park preserves one of the most important
pre-Columbian cultural and historical areas in the United States. Between A.D. 900 and 1150, Chaco Canyon was a major center of culture for the
Ancient Pueblo Peoples. Chacoans quarried sandstone blocks and hauled timber from great distances, assembling fifteen major complexes that
remained the largest buildings in North America until the 19th century. Many Chacoan buildings may have been aligned to capture the solar
and lunar cycles, requiring generations of astronomical observations and centuries of skillfully coordinated construction. Climate change is thought to have led to the emigration of Chacoans and the eventual abandonment
of the canyon, beginning with a fifty-year drought commencing in 1130. Chaco Canyon is a World Heritage Site and considered sacred ancestral
homelands by the Hopi and Pueblo people, who maintain oral accounts of their historical migration from Chaco and their spiritual relationship to the
land. It is one of the designated New Mexico Scenic Byways. We’ll enjoy a picnic lunch, included, while exploring Chaco Canyon. Late afternoon we’ll head back to our hotel, and after a refresh we’ll again gather for our own Happy Hour, included, before heading out to enjoy dinner on self. Day Three: We’ll enjoy breakfast at the hotel, included, and then it’s bags out and we’re headed for home. We’ll make several great stops and do plenty of sightseeing on this relaxing journey back to the Valley. This remarkable tour should be on everyone’s bucket list! *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.
$469/pp dbl occ (sgl occ avail upon request)
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MARCH 27 • FRIDAY •
HELLO TO SPRING: A 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 Arline at inmana@cox.net. Tickets may purchased online at www.suncitygrand.com. or at the SCG Activities Desk. Call for tickets at the door. 
$10 per person 6:30 p.m. Cash Bar 7- 9:30 Dancing Cimarron Center

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APRIL 16, 17, 18 & 19 • THURSDAY-SUNDAY
DRAMA & COMEDY CLUB PRESENTS: THE CURIOUS SAVAGE 

Written by John Patrick. This comedic play is about Ethel P. Savage, an elderly woman whose husband recently died and her left her ten million dollars. Contrasting the kindness and loyalty of psychiatric patients with the avarice and vanity of “respectable” public figures, it calls into question conventional definitions of sanity while lampooning
celebrity culture.

$12/person 6:30 p.m. Cash Bar; 7 p.m. Performance 2:30 p.m. Cash Bar  3 p.m.  Performance Sonoran Plaza

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AUGUST 11 - AUGUST 19 2020 • TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY • KINDRED TOURS (FORMERLY TJ TRAVEL)
THE CANADIAN ROCKIES & CHATEAU ISABELLA (LAND ONLY)


Day 1: CALGARY: GATEWAY TO THE ROCKIES. We’ll all fly into Calgary, where we’ll be met by our tour director from Chateau Isabella. Calgary, Canada’s oil Capitol, is an exciting and prosperous city—home to the world-famous Calgary Stampede and Chuck Wagon Races. The spirit of the wild-west still reigns here. We’ll gather for a delicious meet and greet dinner, included, and afterwards we’ll board our bus headed west through the rolling foothills of the Canadian Rockies. We’ll follow the curving banks of the Bow River to Banff National Park, where we’ll check into our hotel, our headquarters for the next two nights. This is the downtown Banff area, home to charming shops and galleries. Beyond the city limits we can expect to see mountain goats and sheep, elk, deer, bears and cougars! Day 2: COLUMBIA ICEFIELD PARKWAY—ATHABASCA GLACIER. After a lovely breakfast included at the hotel, we’ll board the bus to the scenic village of Lake Louise, for a gondola ride offering spectacular views of the valley below. Afterwards we’ll enjoy lunch on self, then it’s back on the bus, and we’re headed for the famous icefields of Jasper National Park, where an optional thrilling guided Snow Coach ride offers us an opportunity to get out onto the glaciers. Later we’ll head back into Banff to explore the city and enjoy dinner, included. Day 3: MORAINE LAKE—LAKE LOUISE. Again, a delicious breakfast is included at the hotel, then it’s back on the bus and we’re headed for Bowl Falls and the remarkable Banff Springs Hotel. We’ll return to Lake Louise, this time to also explore Moraine Lake, the Valley of the Ten Peaks, and the world-famous Chateau Lake Louise. Later we’ll head south, taking time to stop for a fantastic lunch, included, as we travel through some of Canada’s richest farmland on our way to Chateau Isabella, our home for the next five nights. Gorgeous Chateau Isabella, situated just east of Waterton National Park, will welcome our arrival with a wine reception, followed by a delicious home-cooked dinner, and of course, it’s all included! Day 4: NO PACKING, NO DEADLINES. This is a day to relax! Enjoy an optional field trip to Police Outpost Lake, a scenic drive rich with wildflowers and nature trails. Relive the horse and buggy days at the Remington Carriage Center, the world’s largest collection of horse drawn carriages in North America—voted Canada’s Best Indoor Attraction. Later in the evening local entertainment will be available at the Chateau. Of course, home-cooked breakfast, lunch and dinner will be served at the Chateau Isabella and it is all included. Day 5: WATERTON/GLACIER INTERNATIONAL PEACE PARK. After breakfast at the Chateau, it’s back on the bus and we’re headed for Cameron Lake, fed by mountain glaciers and Cameron Falls. We’ll enjoy a narrated motor launch boat ride on Waterton Lake, taking us across the Canadian border into Montana’s Glacier National Peace Park, then back to Waterton. The scenery here is breathtaking and with the wild berries in season, we are sure to see bears heading into Red Rock Canyon. Once again, all meals are included. Day 6: CHIEF MOUNTAIN—GLACIER NATIONAL PARK, MONTANA. After breakfast at the Chateau, we’ll travel to Chief Mountain, sacred land to Blackfoot Indians. We’ll explore Sherburne and Swift Current Lakes, and the historic Many Glacier Hotel, a jewel in the Canadian Rockies. This region is often called “the Switzerland of North America.” Later we’ll visit a Hutterite Commune and learn about their history and culture. Once again, all meals are included. Day 7: FORT MCLEOD RCMP HISTORICAL MUSEUM—HEAD SMASHED IN BUFFALO JUMP. After breakfast at the Chateau, we’re on our way to historically rich Fort McLeod, where the mystique surrounding the Royal Canadian Mounted Police—the Men in Scarlet—lives on. Our journey to Fort McLeod takes us through the Blackfoot Indian Nation, the largest Native American Reservation in Canada. We’ll learn about Blackfoot culture and so much more at the UNESCO World Heritage Site—Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump, dating back more than 6,000 years. Once again, all meals are included. Day 8: GOING TO THE SUN HIGHWAY—LOGAN PASS. After breakfast at the Chateau, it’s back on the bus and we’re headed for Glacier National Park, where we’ll board the famous Red Tour buses, offering us spectacular views of majestic peaks, weeping mountain walls, high alpine meadows and wildflowers, wildflowers, wildflowers! We’ll travel an ancient trail once used by the Flathead Indians to cross the Continental Divide—heart-stopping scenery from the top of the world! All meals are included. Day 9: HOMEWARD BOUND. We’ll enjoy our final breakfast together at the Chateau, and then it’s bags out and we’re headed for Calgary and our flight home—filled with wonderful memories of our Canadian Rockies Tour & the Chateau Isabella! *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.
$1974/pp dbl occ; sgl occ avail upon request Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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