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What's New

Check the Activity Calendar for a list of the current month's activities.


Center Closed

The village center will be closed Monday, May 27th for Memorial Day.  The pool and fitness center will be open regular times and can be accessed through the after hour gate.  If you are bringing guests to the pool during the holiday, please remember to check your guest in before we close on Sunday, or afterwards on Tuesday.  Families are welcome.  A few quick reminders-no running on the deck or rough housing, ball throwing or jumping in the pool, glass containers are NOT allowed on the pool deck or in the pool, smoking is prohibited on the deck, in the pool or spa, no one under 18 can use the spa and children who are not toilet trained can not enter the pool, even with a swim diaper.  Enjoy the weekend and the last of the 90 degree days before the triple digits hit!

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Memorial Day Activities

There will be a ceremony at the Arizona Veterans’ Memorial Cemetery on May 27th at 8:00 AM with Tom Shambo as the main speaker.


Flags will be placed along Sunflower Park Drive on May 27th at 6:00 AM and picked up at 6:30 PM please meet at the center or at Sunflower Park / Coachline or Sunflower Park / Silverbell.  All community members are welcome to help. 


Pizza and BINGO night


Tickets will be on sale on Tuesday, May 28th, from 10:00 to 12:00 for the June 15 Pizza and BINGO night.  Tickets are $10 (2024 Social Club membership dues of $5 required if not already paid).  Five games of BINGO with cash prizes.

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Professional genealogist Suzanne Brayer will present "Immigrants and Their Stories" on Tuesday, May 28, at 2pm in the Fiesta Room and via Zoom.  She will talk about the stories that can be gleaned from records to give you a deeper understanding of your ancestors.  Suzanne will share some real-life stories to illustrate how to make your ancestors come alive and more real to you and your family as you share their stories.

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Fourth Tuesday Game Night

Mark your calendars for Tuesday, May 28th from 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. to join your Hosts Jan Session & Adrienne Farrell in the Fiesta Room!  Bring your friends, snacks & favorite beverage for a fun filled game night! 


Sunflower Readers (Book Club)

Sunflower Readers will meet on Tuesday, May 28th in the Library at 7:00pm.  The book we will be discussing is The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton. Newcomers are always welcome.

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Tech Club Summer Help Sessons

Summer Help Sessions will be offered by the Tech Club on the 2nd Sunday of the month from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. in the Craft Room.  Come and get help or give help, either way, it's all about the tech.  The next session will be on June 9th.



The election process for the Board of Directors members opens up on July 1st . We need you to consider running for this very important position. We are holding a panel discussion: What You Need To Know if you become a board member.  This panel discussion will be held on Saturday, June 29th at 9:00am in the Fiesta Room.  The panel of past and present Board members who are participating are: Dave Hausman Mediator; Ken Ropp (via zoom) Kat Mitchell; Patrick Sterling and the current BOD President Tom Swain (via zoom).  These board members, will give you a better understanding of the job duties and the time required to perform Board tasks. We want to thank each of these folks for sharing their time and knowledge.

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Art & Craft Fair


The 22nd Annual Craft Fair and Bake Sale will be on November 8th and 9th, 2024.  We have received applications for over half of the spaces available.  If you are thinking of participating, please submit your application.  Applications are available online or from the front desk.  More information is in the Sun Catcher.



Primavera's Mobile Outreach program started this spring with a goal of meeting unhoused individuals where they are. The team can provide snacks, water, pet food, hygiene kits & other items. They also connect participants with the  Drop-In Center where they may receive help with mail service, supplies and housing related services.  The team may also transport individuals to medical or substance abuse services.  The most needed items now: single sized healthy snack items, new underwear & men’s boxers (gently used ok), all sizes of seasonal men's clothing & smaller sized women's clothing, pet food & hygiene items. Thanks for all of your donations.

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