APRIL 7 • TUESDAY • GRAND EVENT
SCG AND TAYLOR MARIE FASHION SHOW


IT’S BACK!!!!! Taylor Marie Spring Fashion is coming back to our community. Hello Spring! TaylorMarie’s, a full-service boutique, will be hosting a fashion show & shopping event. TaylorMarie’s offers beautiful fashions and accessories for your lifestyle and features name brand clothing and unique boutique items in
a full range of petite, missy and women’s sizes. All major credit cards, cash and personal checks are accepted. Welcome spring with styles from TaylorMarie’s. The mobile register accepts all major credit cards and personal checks. Get
ready for spring with some great styles. Lunch will be included.
$25/pp 12:30pm Sagebrush Ballroom

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APRIL 9 • 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 line dancing. There will be novice level and
intermediate level dances but dancers should have some experience as there are no instructions.. Beginner line dance lessons in April are Wednesdays and Saturdays starting at 9 a.m. at Cimarron Center. For information about line dance lessons and dances contact Dale at rees4923@yahoo.com . Tickets are available online at suncitygrand.com. at 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 10 • FRIDAY • MUSIC
"SPRINGTIME HOOTENANNY"
- CANCELLED

David Durham and some fellow members of the SCG Acoustic Instrument Group (AIG) will once again be filling the Sonoran Ballroom with the fun and lively sounds of an old-fashioned Hootenanny (sing along!!). The show will feature many of your favorites from the 50s and 60s Folk, Western, Bluegrass, and Rock & Roll. As usual, this will be a spirited event with song lyrics shown on three overhead screens. They will be playing guitars, mandolin, fiddle, bass, harmonica and congas. Their voices, along with yours, will make for one Iively evening of song. All seven 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 Durham at 970-216-8279.

$12/person 6:00 p.m. Cash Bar; 6:30 pm Doors open; 7 p.m. Performance Sonoran Plaza
Tickets may also be purchased at the Activities Desk (Open M - F 8am - 4pm)

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APRIL 11 • SATURDAY• 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 Sonoran Plaza

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APRIL 12 • SUNDAY • KINDRED TOURS (FORMERLY TJ TRAVEL)
EASTER EGG-STRAVAGANZA AT GOLDWATER LAKE


Celebrate Easter at Goldwater Lake, the jewel in the crown of Prescott National Forest. Cool and clear, nestled into a Ponderosa pine forest, this lovely lake is surrounded by easy trails, incredible scenery and plenty of wildlife. We’ve reserved the original gazebo, perfect for a big family-style gettogether, offering plenty of coverage come rain or shine. We’ll be serving fresh brewed coffee, along with assorted soft drinks, champagne mimosas and
Bloody Marys. Brunch will be served buffet-style, and will include: honey glazed hams, potato salad, fruit salad, baked beans, deviled eggs, coffee cakes and more. Midafternoon we’ll head into downtown Prescott to enjoy a stroll on Whiskey Row. Once a block of 40 saloons driven by the gold rush culture,Whiskey Row drew cowboys, gamblers, prospectors, bawdy girls and outlaws.Today Whiskey Row is home to not just its saloons, but also galleries, charming shops and antique stores. Kindred Tours’ Easter Brunches are a longstanding and popular tradition 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.
$85/pp Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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APRIL 13–16 • MONDAY–THURSDAY
KINDRED TOURS (FORMERLY TJ TRAVEL)
SPRINGTIME IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA


Including 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.
$829/dbl occ sgl occ avail upon request Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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APRIL 16 • THURSDAY • GRAND TRIP
ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS VS PITTSBURG PIRATES


Join us on our trip to the Chase Field and watch, the D ‘Backs take on the Pittsburg Pirates. Seats are located in the baseline box section 113. Enjoy
the luxury of riding to the game without the worry of parking and cheer on welcome your favorite Arizona Diamondbacks. Seats Boasting air-conditioning, a retractable roof, and plenty more amenities, the state-of-the-art venue allows
sports fans in the area the luxury of attending Diamondback games without having to worry about the weather.
$65/Person 11 a.m. Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area
Bus departs Chase Field at the end of the game

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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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APRIL 17 • FRIDAY • GRAND TRIP
RHYTHM CATS—
MALT SHOP MEMORIES AT THE SILVER STAR THEATRE


This is our most popular “specialty” show and features great hit songs from the 1950’s and early 1960’s. You will instantly recognize the songs you enjoyed at the sock hops or “cruising” in your car. Remember burgers, fries, and a malt from your local diner, and the back seat of your car, the high-energy, talented Rhythm Cats will be performing hits that will take you on a nostalgic journey
down memory lane. We expect to hear you singing along! We know you’ll enjoy great food, great music, and great memories. All tickets include our
Grand Buffet dinner with salad bar & dessert and a delightfully entertaining evening of music and comedy. Bar opens at 4:00pm, Dinner at 5:30pm, and show at 7:30pm
$65/person 4 p.m. Sonoran Plaza Parking area

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APRIL 17 & 18 • FRIDAY & SATURDAY • MUSIC
CIMARRON NIGHTCLUB - "BEST OF THE LEGENDS"
- CANCELLED

Starring Cheri Seith & Dan Kurek

The Grand’s own Cheri Seith returns to the Nightclub with a brand new show. She’s joined on stage by one of Phoenix’s best professional pianist/tenors. Dan and Cheri are a dynamic duo as they blend voices to present some of the most loved songs over the decades made famous in the movies and on Broadway. Along the way, they put a twist on some familiar tunes with humorous results.

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

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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APRIL 18 • SATURDAY • GRAND TRIP
BARLEENS ROCKIN’ & ROLLIN’ THROUGH THE YEARS - SOLD OUT!


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 p.m. Sonoran Plaza Parking area

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APRIL 19 • SUNDAY • GRAND TRIP
SHOPPING – MESA MARKETPLACE


Come enjoy Recreational Shopping at Mesa Market Place! Take a minute and visit our Coupon Page www.mesamarket.com/coupons. Print out or show us the coupons for our Market Breakfast so you can start your day with a good breakfast: Two Eggs, Toast, and Hash Browns for either $3 or
$3.50 depending on whether you want to be an Early Bird or not! Dozens of merchants have coupons there, too!
$25/person 9 a.m. Bus departs Sonoran Plaza Parking area 3 p.m. Bus
departs Mesa Marketplace

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APRIL 21 • TUESDAY • GRAND EVENT
HOLY ROCKA ROLLAZ 50's Rock & Roll Band

Take an authentic trip back to the 50's with Minnesota's own Holy Rocka Rollaz! If you love the rock n' roll of Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Johnny Cash, Brenda Lee, Patsy Cline, Eddie Cochran, Bill Haley & the  Comets (and many more!) - they you have found your DREAM band! There's nothing but PURE EARLY AMERICAN ROCK N' ROLL ABOUT THEM.


$20/person Front of House $17/person Back of House 6:30 p.m. Cash Bar; 7 p.m. Performance

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APRIL 23–24 • THURSDAY–FRIDAY
KINDRED TOURS (FORMERLY TJ TRAVEL)
THE WILCOX WINE TRAIL &
THE CHIRICAHUA NATIONAL MONUMENT


Day One: We’ll leave the Valley, with a stop for coffee & goodies, on our way to Tucson, where we’ll enjoy lunch on self. We’ll journey into the heart of U of A’s campus and park on University Boulevard—a great place to stretch our legs. This region is home to so many wonderful little restaurants that it will be hard to choose one. After lunch it’s back on the bus, and we’re off to explore the Wilcox Wine Trail, where we’ll find world class wine, grown and produced in Southeastern Arizona—just a one-hour drive from Tucson. We’ll visit Birds and Barrels Vineyards, owned and operated by Chad and Monica Preston, who purchased their 50 acres in the spring of 2015 and have been clearing land, planting, harvesting and making wine
ever since. The focus of Birds and Barrels Vineyards is not only to produce great wine but to offer its consumers an Arizona wine experience. Birds and Barrels is located on the Willcox Bench at an elevation slightly over 4300 feet. Currently they have 10 varietals planted—seven red and three white.The onsite tasting room overlooks the Willcox bench as well as Sulphur Springs Valley to the West with fabulous views of the Dos Cabezas over the vineyard to the North. We’ll taste a flight of five wines at Birds and Barrels, included. Later we’ll visit award winning Zarpara Vineyard, also
located on the Willcox Bench. We’ll taste a great selection of white wines and reds in the tasting room, usually all dry. Rather than specializing in a
style or region, Zarpara’s wines are produced from varietals that originated in the upper Mediterranean from Spain, across France, to Italy. The tasting
room and winery are right there at the vineyard. Rhona or Mark are usually pouring wine in the tasting room, so chances are you get to visit with the owners themselves. We’ll taste a flight of five wines at Zarpara, included. Later we’ll head into Wilcox and check into the Holiday Inn Express, our
headquarters for one night. After a refresh, we’re off to enjoy dinner on self at The Double S Steakhouse—a great favorite with the locals, offerings delicious chargrilled burgers, steaks and chicken. Nothing fancy—just good food at a great price. Day Two: We’ll enjoy breakfast, included at the hotel, then we’re off to explore the “Wonderland of Rocks,” the Chiricahua Mountain Range. This fascinating area is where the Sonoran and Chihuahuan deserts, and the
Rocky Mountain and Sierra Madre ranges all meet—a convergence that is rich in animal and plant life. For instance, you’ll find the Ponderosa
pine and the Engelmann spruce—representatives of the Rocky Mountains, coexisting with the Soap tree yucca from the Chihuahuan desert. Many
millions of years of geologic activity created the pinnacles, columns, spires, and balanced rocks of Chiricahua National Monument. The Apaches
called this place “The Land of Standing Up Rocks.” Early afternoon we’ll be back on the bus, headed for home on the Old West Highway, with a
stop for lunch on self and plenty of sightseeing along the way. It’s gonna be great! *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.
$329/dbl occ sgl occ avail upon request Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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APRIL 24 • FRIDAY • BALLROOM DANCE
"APRIL RENEWAL"

April is the time when the earth renews its promise. In the Dance Club it is the time of roomy dance floors and 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. Ballroom has added a 45-minute lesson  before each Ballroom Dance. The lesson, with Jason Wong, is free with paid admission. Dress code: Dance attire. No jeans, shorts, or flip flops. For information about this dance contact Charlie at 623-282-8419 or scgballroom@cox.net. For information about ballroom lessons 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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APRIL 25 • SATURDAY • FREE SPIRIT
FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT’S TALIESIN WEST AND LUNCH


Taliesin West is a National Historic Landmark nestled in the desert foothills of the McDowell Mountains in Scottsdale, AZ. It is also the home of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and the School of Architecture at Taliesin. Lunch is included in Scottsdale.*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.
$125/pp Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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APRIL 25 • SATURDAY • MUSIC
DESERT DIVAS  SPRING CONCERT - CANCELLED
 “The Wacky, Wild, and Wonderful Women of Broadway and Beyond.”

The joy, the whimsy, and the spunk of female characters from Broadway and the movies will be center stage when the Desert Divas present their spring concert. Some of your favorite Broadway musical numbers as well as movie hits and a bit of music of the sixties will lighten your hearts and keep your toes tapping.

Come enjoy this talented group of women in concert at the Colonnade here in Sun City Grand.

$12/person reserved seating Tables of 10;  6:30 p.m. Cash Bar; 7 p.m. Performance at The Colonnade - La Vita Room
19226 N. Colonnade Way, Surprise, AZ 85374

Tickets may also be purchased at the Activities Desk (open M-F 8am - 4pm)
Contact Eileen Tellefson at 253-225-1978 for additional information.

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MAY 1–3 • FRIDAY–SUNDAY
KINDRED TOURS (FORMERLY TJ TRAVEL)
THE 32ND ANNUAL HISTORIC ROUTE 66 FUN RUN FEATURING THE SOUTH RIM OF THE GRAND CANYON


Historic Route 66—once dotted with mom & pop shops, neon signs and eclectic roadside attractions—tells the story of America’s historical move west.
Contrasted with the other highways of its day, the creation of this 2,448-mile “super highway” in 1926, did not follow a traditionally linear course. Instead
its diagonal path linked hundreds of rural communities across eight states and became the principal east-west artery, making it the Main Street of America. Like the country that the road traversed, history was made, and imprints were
left by the Roaring Twenties, the Great Depression, the war years, and the road trips of the fifties and sixties. In 1939, John Steinbeck proclaimed Route 66 as the “Mother Road” in his classic novel, The Grapes of Wrath, which depicted life during the Great Depression. When the movie was made just a year later, it immortalized Route 66 in the American consciousness. Then, on the heels
of the depression, came the Dust bowl of the Midwest, where 200,000 people traveled Route 66, the road to opportunity, migrating to California in search of a new life. As World War II broke out, troops, equipment and products were transported across Route 66 to California, and when the war ended in 1945, the Mother Road brought home thousands of postwar motorists packing up
the family for summer vacations. The lure of the Route has been immortalized in the hit song, “Get Your Kicks on Route 66,” performed by Nat King Cole, the Rolling Stones and many others, and during the 60’s the television series,
“Route 66,” brought the Route to life for families across America. Even with all that Route 66 had been to America over the years, the building of Interstate 40 not only changed the course of transportation, but it lead to the death of
many communities that were bypassed one by one from the mid-70’s to the final bypassing of Williams, Arizona in 1984. The first Fun Run—a threeday celebration of the Mother Road—was held in 1988, with hundreds of cars cruising the longest unbroken stretch of historic Route 66. More than 800 show-stopping vehicles are expected to make the 140-mile journey of the 32nd Annual Historic Route 66 Fun Run. Anything with wheels that runs is welcome, and we’ll be there looking sharp in our Ford Transits! Day One: We’ll leave the Valley with a stop for coffee & goodies on our way to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, one of the world’s most remarkable natural wonders. We’ll arrive at the South Rim with plenty of time to enjoy an early lunch at the restaurant of your choice, with several restaurants to choose from, offering everything from fine dining at El Tovar, to the Maswik Food Court. After lunch we’ll jump on the South Rim shuttle bus to explore the most spectacular scenic views and other points of interest—many accessible only by shuttle. Late afternoon it’s back on the bus for a one-hour drive to Williams, where we’ll check into newly opened La Quinta Hotel. After a refresh we’ll gather again to head into downtown Williams, where Route 66
is the main drag, and it’s always hoppin’ the first night of the Fun Run. We’ll enjoy dinner is on self at the restaurant of your choice, with several wonderful restaurants to choose from. Later we’ll enjoy a free evening. Day Two: After breakfast, included at the hotel, we’ll jump back on the bus
and join the eclectic parade of vehicles traveling west on historic Route 66. Our journey will take us through the Grand Canyon Caverns area, Peach
Springs, Truxton, Valentine and Hackberry, before reaching Kingman. Along the way each area adds a unique flavor to the celebration—including Native
American dance, community BBQ’s, kitschy souvenirs, ever-changing scenic vistas and historical buildings. The Show-N-Shine in Kingman gives us a chance to enjoy the vintage vehicles that are proudly on display. Daylong festivities roll into the evening and we’ll head for Laughlin and check into the Aquarius Casino Resort. After a refresh we’ll enjoy river-view dining at the
Aquarius International Buffet, featuring prime rib and crab legs, along with your choice of margaritas, wine, or beer—included. Later we’ll enjoy a free evening and there’s always lots to do in Laughlin! Day Three: We’ll enjoy a leisurely Champagne Brunch at the hotel, featuring
traditional breakfast options, along with crab legs, sushi and escargot, a fabulous dessert spread, endless side dishes and more—included. After brunch it’s bags out and we’re headed for Arizona’s famous Black Mountains. We’ll
roll into the living ghost town of Oatman, where tame burros roam the streets, descendants of the early mining burros in this former gold rush town. Later we’ll travel home along the Colorado River and the California/Arizona border, with a stop for lunch on self and plenty of sightseeing along the way. This tour is always blast—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.
$567 dbl occ (sgl occ avail upon request) Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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MAY 2 • SATURDAY • MUSIC
GRAND CABARET AT SONORAN PLAZA presents
NICOLE PESCE QUARTET
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Starring Nicole Pesce, Renee Grant Patrick, Suzanne Lunsford and Sheila Earley

As most of us know, Nicole is considered one of the best pianists you’re likely to see on any stage. This is her signature show and she’s joined by three award winning singer/musicians we haven’t seen here in the Grand before. Vocalist Renee comes from a family of professional singers. Her father, George Grant, traveled the world singing lead tenor for the Ink Spots in the 80s and 90s. Her mother performed with such greats as Smokey Robinson and Marvin Gaye. Renee’s talent was evident at a very young age and our patrons will love the variety of popular songs she offers. A virtuoso violinist, Suzanne has also won awards for the incredible range of musical styles she has mastered. The 4th member of the quartet is another award winner. Drummer Sheila Earley has performed in all 50 states at some of the biggest venues – jazz festivals, Broadway musicals and much more.
 
Reserved table seating* $20.00 per person, 
Doors/Cash Bar open 6 p.m., Performance 7 p.m. Sonoran Plaza Ballroom

*Individual seats at tables are not reserved. First come, first choose. Dry Snacks Only.
Tickets may also be purchased at the Activities Desk (open M-F; 8am to 4pm).
Event Coordinator Didi Nielsen 623-583-4406

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MAY 6 • TUESDAY • 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. Sagebrush Ballroom

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MAY 7 • 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 too winners. Don’t miss out! *Limited seating is available. Please note 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
$3/pp (includes a water or soda) 6 p.m. Trivia Starts 5:30 p.m. Doors Open
Sagebrush Ballroom

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May 8 • Friday
KINDRED TOURS (FORMERLY TJ TRAVEL)
Desert to Tall Pines Scenic Drive & Bruzzi’s Vineyard

Seventy-six-mile Desert to Tall Pines Scenic Byway follows Highway 288 from Globe to the tiny town of Young, Arizona. This area, known by cowboys as “the high lonesome,” was made famous by the Pleasant Valley War of the 1880’s. Commonly thought to be an Arizona sheep war between two feuding families, the cattle-herding Grahams and the sheep-herding Tewksburys—reports tell us that sheep were not brought into Pleasant Valley until 1885, two years after the feuding between the two families had begun. This famous feud lasted almost a decade, and of all the feuds that have taken place throughout American history, the Pleasant Valley War was the costliest, resulting in an almost complete annihilation of the two families involved. The shootings spread from Pleasant Valley to Tempe and involved the deaths of up to 35 people, depending on whose version of the story you believe. Just before he died of a bullet wound himself, Tom Graham sold his land to William Young, who established the town that still carries his name. Today the journey to Young, Arizona is one of the most scenic drives in the state, offering spectacular views of Roosevelt Lake and the Sierra Ancha Mountains. In addition to the breathtaking scenery and fascinating history, Young is home to the first vineyard in Gila County. Bruzzi’s Vineyard is crafting some of the finest wines in the state of Arizona. We’ll visit the winery, taste a flight of six wines, and enjoy a hearty lunch of Italian style sandwiches, included. Don’t miss out on this fabulous springtime 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.
$120/ pp Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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MAY 8 & 9 • FRIDAY & SATURDAY • MUSIC
"OUT OF THE BLUES"
- CANCELLED

You don’t want to miss this “Blue” show featuring SCG instrumentalists Katie Iverson, John Clark, Bud Merkle and Dan Reed as well as some of your favorite SCG vocalists. Traveling from The Birth of the Blues to Blues in the Night and on to Blue Moon, The Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives Me (bet you haven’t heard that one) and oh, so many more “Blues” inspired tunes. There is music in this show for the Blues aficionado and for folks who just like the color Blue.

$12/person Reserved Floor & Tiered Seating; 6:30 p.m. Doors/Cash Bar 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: Jean McCurdy,  623-594-2171

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March 9 • Saturday • FREE SPIRIT
Brigadoon at Hale Theatre and Joe's Real BBQ


Travel to the Hale Theatre in Gilbert for a performance of a Broadway musical hit with one of the most romantic scores ever written, Brigadoon! Following the show, dinner is included at Joe's Real BBQ, where they smoke their flavorful meats for hours using only Arizona pecan wood and no gas, electricity or shortcuts. *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.
$110/ pp Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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May 13 • Wednesday • Grand Trip
Arizona Diamondbacks vs New York Mets


Join us on our trip to the Chase Field and watch, the D ‘Backs take on the New York Mets. Seats are located in the baseline box section 113. Enjoy the luxury of riding to the game without the worry of parking and cheer on welcome your favorite Arizona Diamondbacks. Seats Boasting air-conditioning, a retractable roof, and plenty more amenities, the state-of-the-art venue allows sports fans in the area the luxury of attending Diamondback games without having to worry about the weather.
$65/Person 11 a.m. Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area
Bus departs Chase Field at the end of the game

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MAY 13 • WEDNESDAY • GRAND EVENT
Carla Cooke Concert


The Legendary Sam Cooke is about music, religion, romance, and history. Carla Cooke is the youngest daughter of the Legendary Sam Cooke. Carla’s future mirrors the image of her father. Carla crafted her sound in the church similar to her dad. Carla Cooke proves that the apple does not fall far from the tree as she gives the listener the raw talent, emotion, beauty and charisma that has her carrying the Cooke family torch musically into the new millennium. Carla Cooke’s style is diverse in Gospel, Christian, R&B, Soul, Pop and the contemporary sound that embraces today’s culture. Carla has the flavor of longevity that will maintain a fan and consumer base to make hits. With a strong vocal range and warm personality, Carla’s stage presence commands the environment wherever she performs.
$20/person Front of House $17/person Back of House 6:30 p.m. Cash Bar; 7 p.m. Performance

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MAY 15 & 16 • FRIDAY & SATURDAY • MUSIC
CIMARRON NIGHTCLUB - "WEST VALLEY JAZZTET"
CANCELLED

Co-leaders Ed & Ellen Zacko’s Jazztet has been a fixture on the Phoenix jazz scene for many years. That’s just testament to how good they are. Because the members were actually “on the scene back in the day”, they knew, studied with and actually played with many of the jazz greats and in some cases were present when events took place Best described as “an acoustic concert jazz experience,” they present an eclectic mix of standard, not so standard and in some cases obscure examples from the jazz repertoire. The unusual addition of the violin to the standard jazz quartet opens up new possibilities for an incredibly diverse and exciting repertoire that crosses all styles and includes exotic flavors of jazz from around the world. You never know what’s coming next. The West Valley Jazztet is not your ordinary jazz band and it will not be an ordinary night out.

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

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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May 17 • Sunday • GRAND TRIP
Shopping! Kierland Commons

Join us for a fun day of shopping at a favorite shopping destination in the Valley! Kierland Commons is an upscale shopping mall with high-end department stores & retailers, plus restaurants & fast food.
$25/pp 11:15 a.m. Bus Departs Sonoran Plaza Parking Area
5:00 p.m. Bus Departs Shopping Center

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May 19 - 21 • Tuesday - Thursday
KINDRED TOURS (FORMERLY TJ TRAVEL)
Silver City, New Mexico


Day One: We’ll leave the Valley with a stop for coffee and goodies, on our way to enjoy lunch on self, in Duncan, the last stop before the New Mexico border. After lunch it’s back on the bus and we’re headed for Silver City, just across the Arizona border in the southwest corner of New Mexico. This boyhood town of Billy the Kid is rich with Old West Heritage, incredible scenery and a vibrant arts community. We’ll check into our hotel and after a refresh, we’ll head into the historic downtown area, home to more than a dozen great restaurants, plenty of murals and thirty-plus art galleries. It’s a well-known fact that Silver City boasts some of the nation’s most accomplished young chefs, and we’ll head out for a fantastic dinner on self, in a town that is famously fun!
Day Two: We’ll enjoy breakfast, included, at the hotel, and then it’s back on the bus to drive the Trail of the Mountain Spirits Scenic Byway. We’ll travel through the beautiful Mimbres Valley, into San Lorenzo, a quiet village and home to the historic San Lorenzo church, said to be the site of an actual miracle. Further into the Mimbres Valley, we’ll take the cut-off to beautiful Bear Canyon Lake and head for the famous Gila Cliff Dwellings. For thousands of years nomadic people used the caves of the Gila River as temporary shelter. By the late 1200’s, people of the Mogollan Culture settled into this region, building rooms in the cliff dwellings for a brief period of about 20 years, then moving on. We’ll enjoy a picnic lunch, included, at the Gila Cliff Dwellings trailhead, a gorgeous setting overlooking the ruins. If you’re feeling ambitious, a 2 minute walk will take you to a wall of pictographs, a 5 minute walk will take you to a three-room dwelling, and an uphill climb that is equivalent to 18 flights of stairs will take you into the Gila Cliff Dwellings. After lunch, we’ll continue past lush green fields and grazing horses, with plenty of scenic stops along the way to enjoy the butterflies, 337 different species of birds, and abundant wild flowers. We’ll stop at Lake Roberts, where it is very common to find whole herds of deer grazing along the road. From here we’ll head for the old mining community of Pinos Altos, where gold was discovered in 1860 and many of the buildings from that era are still standing. Continuing on the Trail of the Mountain Spirits, we’ll stop at an overlook to explore a panoramic view of the Chino mine, one of the largest open pit copper mines in the world. From here we’ll head back into Silver City for a refresh at our hotel, then it’s downtown for dinner on self, and later a free evening.
Day Three: We’ll enjoy breakfast, included at the hotel and then it’s bags out and we are on our way to the Catwalk, a National Recreation trail along the canyon of Whitewater Creek. The Catwalk follows the path of the pipeline built in the 1890’s to deliver water to the mining town of Graham. Workmen had to enter the canyon by crawling atop the narrow pipeline named the “Catwalk.” In the 1930’s the Civilian Conservation Corps rebuilt the Catwalk as a recreation area for the Gila National Forest. Metal walkways are bolted to the narrow canyon walls where there was no room to cut a trail, creating an easy walkway, and offering a dramatic view of the swiftly running Whitewater Creek, and the canyon once used as a hideout for both Geronimo and Butch Cassidy. Later it’s back on the bus, and we’re headed for home with a stop for lunch on self, and all kinds of great sightseeing along the way. Come with 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.
$499 dbl occ (sgl occ avail upon request) Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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MAY 24 • SUNDAY •
KINDRED TOURS (FORMERLY TJ TRAVEL)
The Rocky Horror Show at Phoenix Theatre


Give yourself over to the absolute pleasure of this beautifully twisted rock musical masterpiece. Dynamic tension is on the menu as naive new fiancees Brad and Janet discover a world where nothing is taboo. Awaken your inner creature of the night and explore your most sensational, interplanetary fantasies with Rocky, Eddie, Dr. Scott, Columbia, Magenta, Riff Raff and, of course, Frank-N-Furter. Brad and Janet will never be the same again, and with any luck, neither will we! Offering nearly 500 performances on multiple stages, Phoenix Theater inspires more than 100,000 visitors every year. We’ll enjoy The Rocky Horror Show in the always fun Hormel Theatre—a black box theatre—known for edgy and experimental shows. This cult classic is intended for mature audiences, and not for the faint of heart! We’ll enjoy lunch on self, prior to this matinee performance, at the Arizona Center in downtown Phoenix, home to five fun restaurants, so there is sure to be something for everyone. Seating is limited—don’t wait to make your reservations. *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.
$106/ pp Bus Departs Sonoran Parking Area

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June 12, 13 & 14 • FRIDAY,  SATURDAY & SUNDAY • MUSIC
CIMARRON NIGHTCLUB - BOBBY BROOKS WILSON

One of the most popular entertainers to perform in the Grand, Bobby Wilson, son of legendary R&B singer Jackie Wilson, is an international star who thrills his audiences with this high energy, fabulously entertaining show. Appearing over 3 nights at the Cimarron Nightclub, Bobby brings it all to our stage. While it's obvious he inherited talent from his famous father, he also has a unique voice and stage presence that sets him apart. from other performers. He transcends from a spot-on Little Richard, to Teddy Pendergrass, to Michael Jackson with ease. With its table seating, there are no bad seats in the Nightclub and it’s another opportunity to get up close and personal with a top entertainer.

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

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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JULY 2–5 • THURSDAY–SUNDAY • FREE SPIRIT VACATIONS
FOURTH OF JULY IN SAN DIEGO

Travel to San Diego for a “Big Bay Boom” Fourth of July. San Diego’s North Bay known as THE BIG BAY will light up with a spectacular fireworks display orchestrated to originally produced music selections. It is one of the largest fireworks displays in the country. Also included is a tour of the USS Midway, a harbor cruise, SeaPort Village, and Coronado Island. Day 1 – Depart the Valley and travel to San Diego. Check into the Embassy
Suites. A cocktail reception is included. Dinner is on your own at SeaPort Village this evening.
Day 2 – A full breakfast is included at the hotel. Tour the USS Midway today followed by a Harbor Cruise. A cocktail reception is included this afternoon. Day 3 – A full breakfast is included this morning at the hotel. Today discover Old Town, Coronado Island, the Gaslamp District and many other attractions. This evening, enjoy a cocktail reception at the hotel followed by fireworks over the Bay of San Diego. Day 4 – A full breakfast is included at the hotel. After a morning at leisure,
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.
$1095/pp dbl occ; $1725/pp sgl occ
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JULY 2–5 • THURSDAY–SUNDAY • FREE SPIRIT VACATIONS
FOURTH OF JULY IN SAN DIEGO


Travel to San Diego for a “Big Bay Boom” Fourth of July. San Diego’s North Bay known as THE BIG BAY will light up with a spectacular fireworks display orchestrated to originally produced music selections. It is one of the largest fireworks displays in the country. Also included is a tour of the USS Midway, a harbor cruise, SeaPort Village, and Coronado Island. Day 1 – Depart the Valley and travel to San Diego. Check into the Embassy
Suites. A cocktail reception is included. Dinner is on your own at SeaPort Village this evening.
Day 2 – A full breakfast is included at the hotel. Tour the USS Midway today followed by a Harbor Cruise. A cocktail reception is included this afternoon. Day 3 – A full breakfast is included this morning at the hotel. Today discover Old Town, Coronado Island, the Gaslamp District and many other attractions. This evening, enjoy a cocktail reception at the hotel followed by fireworks over the Bay of San Diego. Day 4 – A full breakfast is included at the hotel. After a morning at leisure,
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.
$1095/pp dbl occ; $1725/pp sgl occ
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JULY 22-24 • WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY • FREE SPIRIT VACATIONS
PAGEANT OF THE MASTERS


The Pageant of the Masters is a remarkable presentation of “living pictures”, where the cast creates classical and contemporary artwork, innovative makeup & costumes, intricate sets, state of the art lighting, live narration and a full pit-orchestra. Includes Sawdust Festival, dinner and breakfast daily. Day 1 – Depart the Valley and travel to Palm Springs for shopping and an
included lunch. Continue to Laguna and check into the Ayres Inn. Happy hour is included at the hotel. Dinner is on your own this evening. Day 2 – Breakfast is included at the hotel. Today you will visit the Sawdust Festival and The Festival of the Art. Dinner is included at Terra Laguna Beach followed by reserved seats for Pageant of the Masters. Day 3 – Breakfast is included at the hotel. This morning you will tour the San Juan Capistrano Mission. Then return 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.
$695/pp dbl occ; $895/pp sgl occ
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JULY 22-24 • WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY • FREE SPIRIT VACATIONS
PAGEANT OF THE MASTERS

The Pageant of the Masters is a remarkable presentation of “living pictures”, where the cast creates classical and contemporary artwork, innovative makeup & costumes, intricate sets, state of the art lighting, live narration and a full pit-orchestra. Includes Sawdust Festival, dinner and breakfast daily. Day 1 – Depart the Valley and travel to Palm Springs for shopping and an
included lunch. Continue to Laguna and check into the Ayres Inn. Happy hour is included at the hotel. Dinner is on your own this evening. Day 2 – Breakfast is included at the hotel. Today you will visit the Sawdust Festival and The Festival of the Art. Dinner is included at Terra Laguna Beach followed by reserved seats for Pageant of the Masters. Day 3 – Breakfast is included at the hotel. This morning you will tour the San Juan Capistrano Mission. Then return 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.
$695/pp dbl occ; $895/pp sgl occ
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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.
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OCTOBER 14-23 • WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY • FREE SPIRIT VACATIONS
REFLECTIONS OF ITALY


The Revel in the magic of Italy on this tour that explores the cities of Rome, Florence, Siena, Venice, Assisi, Perugia and Milan. Travel Italy and
discover the rolling hills of the scenic Tuscan and Umbrian countryside. Explore medieval hill towns and visit the birthplace of St. Francis, Assisi.
Visit a historic winery in the heart of the Chianti region and enjoy a chefled cooking class with lunch. Discover the masterpieces of the Renaissance in Florence and linger in Venice for two nights discovering its treasures. Includes roundtrip airfare. PRICE ON ITALY IS ONLY GUARANTEED TRHOUGH APRIL 15.
*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.
$4799/pp dbl occ; $5699/pp sgl occ
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OCTOBER 14-23 • WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY • FREE SPIRIT VACATIONS
REFLECTIONS OF ITALY

The Revel in the magic of Italy on this tour that explores the cities of Rome, Florence, Siena, Venice, Assisi, Perugia and Milan. Travel Italy and
discover the rolling hills of the scenic Tuscan and Umbrian countryside. Explore medieval hill towns and visit the birthplace of St. Francis, Assisi.
Visit a historic winery in the heart of the Chianti region and enjoy a chefled cooking class with lunch. Discover the masterpieces of the Renaissance in Florence and linger in Venice for two nights discovering its treasures. Includes roundtrip airfare. PRICE ON ITALY IS ONLY GUARANTEED TRHOUGH APRIL 15.
*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.
$4799/pp dbl occ; $5699/pp sgl occ
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DECEMBER 8-12 • THURSDAY-SATURDAY • FREE SPIRIT VACATIONS
NEW YORK CITY HOLIDAYS


Experience the “the Big Apple” alive with the holiday spirit on this spectacular tour. From Rockefeller Center to Greenwich Village, New York City shines even brighter during the holiday season. Spend four nights at the Sheraton
Times Square. See the city all dressed up for the holidays. Take your seat and watch the curtain rise for “Come From Away” and the Christmas Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall, featuring the world-famous Rockettes! Package includes roundtrip airfare, airport transfers in New York, 2 Day Hop On Hop Off Bus Sightseeing, Empire State Building Observation Deck, Circle Line
Harbor Cruise, Central Park, 9/11 Memorial and much more. Enjoy plenty of free time on your own to shop and see the elaborate 5th Avenue holiday
window displays and the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center. Get ready to “start spreading the news!” PLEASE NOTE, THIS IS A SELF-GUIDED PACKAGE. YOU WILL BE PROVIDED VOUCHERS FOR ALL INCLUSIONS AND CAN ENJOY THEM AT YOUR OWN PACE. *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.
$2750/pp dbl occ; $3750/pp sgl occ
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DECEMBER 8-12 • THURSDAY-SATURDAY • FREE SPIRIT VACATIONS
NEW YORK CITY HOLIDAYS

Experience the “the Big Apple” alive with the holiday spirit on this spectacular tour. From Rockefeller Center to Greenwich Village, New York City shines even brighter during the holiday season. Spend four nights at the Sheraton
Times Square. See the city all dressed up for the holidays. Take your seat and watch the curtain rise for “Come From Away” and the Christmas Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall, featuring the world-famous Rockettes! Package includes roundtrip airfare, airport transfers in New York, 2 Day Hop On Hop Off Bus Sightseeing, Empire State Building Observation Deck, Circle Line
Harbor Cruise, Central Park, 9/11 Memorial and much more. Enjoy plenty of free time on your own to shop and see the elaborate 5th Avenue holiday
window displays and the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center. Get ready to “start spreading the news!” PLEASE NOTE, THIS IS A SELF-GUIDED PACKAGE. YOU WILL BE PROVIDED VOUCHERS FOR ALL INCLUSIONS AND CAN ENJOY THEM AT YOUR OWN PACE. *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.
$2750/pp dbl occ; $3750/pp sgl occ
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