New Year’s Eve at Quail Creek

TWOQC In My Kitchen January Event

Meet the New The Women of Quail Creek Board

New Year Rocks!

Q4 2023 Members’ Challenge—Black & White

Welcoming the New Year Gatsby Style!

Fran Blackwell Quail Creek knows how to party in the new year with food, drink, and dance! More than 250 guests attended the Roaring ‘20s New Year’s Eve party hosted by the Quail Creek Activities Department with help from the Activities Council. The Trouble Brewin’ band with Bill and Will Foraker kept people on the…

Quail Creek USFS Trail Volunteers

Right here in our “backyard,” a mere half hour’s drive away, sits the Santa Rita Mountains, Madera Canyon, and the Mount Wrightson Wilderness, part of what is known as the Sky Islands of Arizona. This natural area is served by many miles of United States Forest Service (USFS)- established and maintained trails. There is a…

18th Annual Business Expo February 24

The 2024 Business Expo, sponsored by the Quail Creek Performing Arts Guild, will be held on Saturday, Feb. 24, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Madera clubhouse and adjacent parking lot. The always-popular Business Expo showcases almost 70 businesses of all types. There will be vendors to help you with home improvement or…

Q4 2023 Members’ Challenge—Black & White

Jim Burkstrand The Photo Club of Quail Creek continued with its quarterly members’ challenge, with Quarter 4 having the topic of “Black & White.” Each club member could enter up to three photos taken during the quarter. This subject was very popular with the members and drew 46 entries. All of the photos can be seen…

Lady Putters Celebrate 20th Anniversary

Peggy McGee At their holiday luncheon, the Lady Putters celebrated the end of their 20th anniversary year with a cake and some cheer. Current Quail Creek residents Yoshie Hennessy and Lee Schmidt have been members since the Lady Putters was founded. Throughout the year, the Putters held some special breaking-of-the-rules events, like allowing a “gimme”…

Times for Empty Bowls Have Changed

Peggy McGee Due to requests by the community, Valley Assistance Services (VAS) has announced that instead of seatings in half-hour increments, there will be three dine-in seatings for Empty Bowls on Saturday, Feb. 17, at 11 a.m., noon, and 1 p.m. Also added is a take-out or walk-through. The original article about the event was in the January…