14th Annual Autism Virtual Walk & Interactive Resource Fair

Theatre News from Community Circle Players in SaddleBrooke

Horseback Riders Get Ready to Saddle Up for Fall!

SBRPA Ladies Day on Court 1

SaddleBrooke Ranch Tennis Clinic Returns

SBRPA Ladies Day on Court 1

(Left to right) Kathy Becker, Sheila Davidson, Doreen Reynolds, and Lori Page Alastair Stone On July 21, there was another test. This time, Chris Logan was the referee, and with…

SaddleBrooke Ranch Tennis Clinic Returns

Tom Ratterman and Wayne Watkins Lee Stastny The SaddleBrooke Ranch Tennis Association (SBRTA) sponsors a free tennis clinic every Monday morning from 7 to 8:30 a.m. in August and September.…

BeeBop the Night Away on Valentine’s Day

Dianne Johns Get ready to kick off your shoes and dance in your bobby socks at the hop on Valentine’s Day! Practice the twist or mashed potato to music of the ‘50s and ‘60s. There will be prizes including a prize for the best dressed of the era. Remember the poodle skirts, ponytails, blue jeans…

Live long and prosper with Tai Chi

Carol Emerson Tai Chi is an ancient system of exercise that originated in the Taoist temples of China over 2,000 years ago. The monks of the temples developed Tai Chi as a way to keep themselves physically fit while spending many hours in meditation and also as a means (they hoped) to obtain longevity, even…

SBR troopers for veterans

Sons of American Revolution presenting of the colors undefined

Linda Nicholson and Kay Lantow Ten Saddlebrooke Ranch residents were real troopers last month, volunteering to help lay Christmas wreaths on our veterans’ graves at Evergreen Cemetery in Tucson early Saturday morning, December 13. After weeks of clear, sunny desert weather, the morning greeted our troopers with dark, cloudy skies, light rain and predictions threatening…

Tickets on sale now for the House of Tomorrow

Dick Fleming As the director of The PrimeTime Players in SaddleBrooke, Susan Shear reads a lot of scripts in order to find one that fits our SaddleBrooke actors and audience. More often than not, scripts feature young characters with small casts and themes that have nothing to do with us…at this age. Finding a script…