Tag: events

Classical Trio Performance – August 11

James W. Ketring A world class trio is doing a special public performance in Oro Valley on Friday, August 11, 7:00 p.m. The Cerulean Trio brings together the unique combination of a clarinet, viola and piano. They made their Carnegie Hall debut in May and were selected as finalists in the 2016 International Chesapeake Chamber…

SBR Wellness Roundup hosts Dr. Schwartz

Dr. James T. Schwartz

Join Dr. Schwartz on Thursday, August 10, at 4:00 p.m. in LaMesa Room to learn more about your skin’s health and how to keep your skin healthy, moisturized and looking its best while living in our desert environment! One of the first questions a dermatologist is asked is, “Should I be worried about this spot?”…

HNO – August 28: DeepBrain Stimulation for Parkinson’s

Dr. Joseph Christiano, Neurosurgeon

Phyllis Ketring Health Night Out will be August 28, 2017, 7:00 p.m. The topic is Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinson’s Presented by Dr. Joseph Christiano, Neurosurgeon. A high percentage of patients with Parkinson’s and other tremors can experience significant improvement to motor function with a procedure called Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery. The Movement Disorder Surgery…

Arizona Public Media returns to SaddleBrooke

Barbara Williams Arizona Public Media is bringing two new programs to SaddleBrooke. On September 9, from 2:00-4:00 p.m., AZPM covers the Vietnam War at SaddleBrooke Activities Center. AZPM Director and General Manager Jack Gibson will preview clips from the new Ken Burns documentary, The Vietnam War, and AZPM’s original companion documentary, Arizona and the Vietnam War, both…

Health Night Out – Total Vein Care – July 24 at 7:00 p.m.

Alicia Dancil

Phyllis Ketring Venous disease is a medical condition that affects nearly 50–80 million Americans. Over 20–30 million people have varicose veins, and six million suffer from swelling of the lower legs. Despite this venous disease remains a low priority for many doctors. The Center for Venous Disease was founded in 2006 to address the diagnosis…

Verde Valley venture tour

Arizona Pathfinders, Inc., a nonprofit volunteer group of the Arizona Historical Society, is conducting a five-day tour on October 23-27, 2017 to the Verde Valley. Join us for an eventful tour to this region in the central transitional region of Arizona. Highlights: Day one travel to Arcosanti, between Phoenix, AZ and Camp Verde, AZ for…

SaddleBrooke Health Fair history update

Phyllis Ketring, Publicity Coordinator How did the Health Fair begin? New information has been learned about the history. As is so often the case in SaddleBrooke, the original Health Fair was a team effort, and two individuals who were instrumental in that first fair deserve credit. The idea of a Health Fair grew out of…

Health Night Out May 22

Dr. Bulen

Phyllis Ketring HealthSouth will address the topic The Amazing Brain: Latest Research on Brain Recovery after Stroke and Brain Injury on Monday, May 22, at Health Night Out. You will learn about your fascinating brain and its ability to recover after a stroke or other brain injury. HealthSouth Rehabilitation is one of the nation’s largest…

SaddleBrooke Ranch Women’s Club fashion show May 8

April SBRWC new Members (left to right) Cheryl Lutton, Corky Mansmith, Cheryl Nasalik, Karen Ransom, Pam Wample, Eveylyn Ellis and Kathy Muschany

Donna Pedota SaddleBrooke Ranch Women’s Club is having its annual Fashion Show on Monday, May 8. Our own club volunteers will be wearing the latest fashions from Fresh Produce, a store “down the hill” by Whole Foods, that has unique fashionable clothing in all sizes. Store manager Debbie Casias will provide insight and raffle off…