Quail Creek residents welcome back WWII veterans from Washington DC

Enjoy a Howl-O-Ween Party October 24

Ballroom Dance Club announces upcoming season dates

Ticket sales for TWOQC Champagne Brunch

Enjoy a Howl-O-Ween Party October 24

The 2013 first place winner: the Leibowitz’ Wizards of Oz Education of pet owners and socialization of our pets is the mission of our Critters Club. October and November events…

Ticket sales for TWOQC Champagne Brunch

World renowned Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus to entertain at TWOQC brunch. Janice Pell Tickets for The Women of Quail Creek Champagne Brunch on Monday, October 27 featuring entertainment by the…

Cookbook sales underway

Janice Pell Entertaining and looking for easy or different recipes? Perhaps you’re looking for a slow cooker meal that can be made ahead of time. Look no further than TWOQC cookbook, A Shared Table. House guests will be sure to love Baked Blueberry and Peach Oatmeal at breakfast. If you’re having a crowd, Fancy Egg…

Annual clothing and household goods drive

Janice Pell Mark the calendar and clean out the closets. Saturday morning, November 1, The Women of Quail Creek will hold its annual clothing drive for homeless veterans and families. TWOQC volunteers will be accepting donations from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. in the parking lot in front of the Madera Clubhouse. Tucson’s VA hospital has…

Annual Garage Sale takes place November 15

Quail Creek will be conducting its annual garage sale on Saturday, November 15, 2014, from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. We anticipate having over 200 homes participating. Plan on taking part in our annual community wide garage sale. There will be a separately manned used vehicle lot with everything from golf carts to cars to…

In the Ogden Garden

Fruits of the harvest

Ron and Vicki Sullivan October is an important changing season month for a dozen or so Quail Creek residents and their fellow Allen J. Ogden community gardeners. First, the bounty of the summer harvest is ebbing. Second, it’s the beginning of the fall vegetable planting season. Ogden Gardener Lorna Mitchell writes in her Ogden Beet…

A stone, cairns, and cacti make a garden grow

Kathy Stone sits amongst her cacti; photo by Ron Sullivan.

Ron and Vicki Sullivan When Quail Creek resident Kathy Stone is not tending to the raised garden bed full of maturing peanuts at Green Valley Gardeners’ (GVG) Allen J. Ogden Community Garden, she is busy creating original home design projects for Sonoran Desert residents. Her latest cactus and succulent garden project at GVG’s Desert Meadows…

“Geology around Madera Canyon” set for November 5

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Geology around Madera Canyon will be presented by Professional Geologist Dr. Richard Conway on Monday, November 5 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Madera Clubhouse Ballroom. Tickets are $10 per person and available at the Concierge Desk, Meredith’s Hallmark Store or Green Valley/Sahuarita Chamber of Commerce. The Santa Rita Mountains are one of the…