Want to be creative and spend some of your day having fun socializing, learning a new painting technique and making new friends? If so, SaddleBrooke Ceramic Club is the place for you. The club… Read more

For members of the SaddleBrooke Ballroom Dance Club (SBDC), dance is a wonderful social experience. In group dance classes, we and you, if you decide to join us, get to know new people who wan… Read more

A while back I was gently cruising the internet and I happened upon a knitting blog. Perhaps a Saddlebag article, I thought. However, most personal blogs discuss more than knitting or crocheti… Read more

With Valentine’s Day soon approaching, we can hope to spread love instead of possible germs. The vaccine will be arriving in SaddleBrooke, so we should try to stay healthy. Read more

Our usual festive Christmas party with food, drinks and dancing was downsized to just dance, dance, dance. On Wednesday, December 23 the Level 3 dancers dressed in their holiday attire line da… Read more

Many months ago I wrote that yarns could be sourced from certain animals, vegetables AND minerals. Of course animals include sheep, camelids, muskox and silk worms while vegetables could be co… Read more

The SaddleBrooke Friday Quilters have selected their leaders for 2021: Kris Prass, President; Linda Crum, Vice President; Barb Sonsnowchik, Treasurer and Loretta Edgerton, Secretary. Leading t… Read more

The New Year is upon us and soon we hope to have a vaccine available to all Americans. That means we should be able to resume our normal activities including playing bridge at the Mountainview… Read more

The SaddleBrooke Nature Club has been fortunate to have interesting and informative virtual speakers during the Pandemic. We asked two of those recent speakers, Eric Hiddleston, Engine Supervi… Read more

Hopefully, you’ve already heard that we now have a fly-fishing club here in SaddleBrooke. Although COVID-19 has greatly limited our ability to have fun together, we now have about 50 members a… Read more

On Friday, October 23, a perfect day for a hike, nine SaddleBrooke hikers left for Brown Mountain in the Tucson range. Several of the hikers—Jan Springer and Claire Collins—enjoyed this hike, … Read more

Hiking guide Tim Butler has explored all the trails in the State Trust Land and Coronado National Forest to the east of SaddleBrooke. Over the years, Tim has developed interesting variations t… Read more

Hikers and equestrians have known for years of the gravestone of Grace Murray on a remote mound in the desert, east of Golder Ranch Road. When hiker Elisabeth Wheeler first observed the graves… Read more

How exciting! By thinking outside the box, and a wonderful suggestion from our member, Bob Osborne, the SaddleBrooke Ballroom Dance Club (SBDC), was able to get dancing after months of just th… Read more

So, what is line dancing you may ask. In an article, Treva Bedinghaus aptly summarized, “Line dances are choreographed dances with a repeating series of steps that are performed in unison by a… Read more

We fiber people have lots of choices to make with every project. Sure, there are yarn and needle suggestions given with the patterns, but even then, what should we buy and use, exactly? And wi… Read more