Arts & Leisure

Residents of unit 45 ushered in spring with a block party featuring the music of Chuck Moses. All the neighbors on Borago Ct. with several other helpers organized the fun event. A windy day an… Read more

With the help of professional photographer, Steve Weiss, the SilverBelles were turned into "Glamour Belles” costumes and al, as he shot photo after photo through his magic lens! Read more

On Wednesday, May 11 (NEW DATE) Randall Dighton presents an evening of music and spiritual exploration, at HOA-1’s Activity Center, at 7 p.m. He will not only share ballads of faith, humor, an… Read more

Every other year a group of writers, authors, poets, memoir writers, screenwriters, and just plain old SaddleBrooke residents, get together to show off their talents in an even called The Coff… Read more

Do you ever look at license plates while you are stopped in traffic or at a red light? Some of us do. For it seems that creativity, in the form of a unique admixture of letters and numbers on … Read more

Pam Smith took her first art class in November 1997 while living in Illinois. “It was a watercolor class. I learned that watercolors are not very forgiving. Over the years, I dabbled in acryli… Read more

Open Mah Jongg on Wednesdays (1 p.m. to 4 p.m.) For those who know how to play the game, open Mah Jongg is held every Wednesday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the MountainView Club House in the CACT… Read more

Did you make it? Community Circle Players’ stage production of the comedy THE CURIOUS SAVAGE, written by award-winning playwright John Patrick of “Three Coins in a Fountain” and “High Society”… Read more

The Catalina Timewalkers SaddleBrooke chapter of The Questers held its meeting on Friday, February 18 at the elegant home of Sandi Newberry, who served as co-hostess for the event. Program hos… Read more

This group started many years ago when some of us thought it would be fun to get together and sew projects for charity, grandchildren, ourselves or friends. One of us sometimes will teach a pr… Read more

While Portugal is not a large country with about 10 million people, it is truly a unique travel destination, providing major delight for tourists! You will revel in its history, culture, wines… Read more

Peter L. Spinetta, retired judge, SaddleBrooke resident, has written a thriller that I had to read straight through because it was that captivating. Read more

Sean Lewis, a new addition to SaddleBrooke's talented musical community, made his debut at the Grillin' and Chillin' event at The Vistas/Agave Lounge on Wednesday, March 16, and played at the … Read more

You likely already know that the SaddleBrooke Fine Arts Guild is a nonprofit organization that provides educational, skill-building and social opportunities for Guild members and local residen… Read more

The SaddleBrooke Fine Arts Guild ( offers a wide range of art classes for beginners to experts— right here in the Topaz Room in the Arts & Crafts Center near the M… Read more

On Thursday, February 24, 38 dancers from the SaddleBrooke Squares drove through snow, sleet, and rain in route to the Gaslight Music Hall. (Have you already forgotten about that snowy evening… Read more

For Gretchen Bierbaum, discovering collage was the perfect blending of her education in both art and test measurements and statistics. “When I was studying art in college, classes in collage a… Read more

Wasn’t that a great dinner + theatre show! Community Circle Players’ production of the comedy THE CURIOUS SAVAGE, written by award-winning playwright John Patrick of “Three Coins in a Fountain… Read more

Doug Stewart will be sharing his experiences with firewalking when he did 12 walks in the late 1990's. Doug brings his science, engineering, college teaching, and metaphysical perspectives to … Read more

Desmond Tutu, South, Africa’s Nobel Peace Prize-winning icon, died Sunday, December 26, 2021. He was a modern-day activist for racial justice and LGBT rights. World leaders and people around t… Read more

The SaddleBrooke Writers Group was one of the fist groups formed in our community in the early 1990s. Very soon after the formation, Anne Leonard suggested hosting a Coffee House. Since the fi… Read more