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editorial@robson.com | SUN LAKES SPLASH | October 2013


Many classes still available in Lifelong Learning program


in Learning begin October 1. Openings remain in many of


Fall semester classes at New Adventures the more than 80


courses, fi eld trips, roundtable discussions and computer classes. New Adventures is a lifelong learning


program based at the Sun Lakes Center at the northwestern corner of Alma School and Riggs Roads. The center is part of Chandler-Gilbert Community College. Fall semester registration began in early


Vincenzia Heisler (right) registers new member Diane Starita while returning members Laurie Starr and Ron Leimer wait to register for fall semester New Adventures classes at the Sun Lakes Center.


September and has been active. New Adventures is a membership organization with nearly 500 members from Sun Lakes and the southeast Valley. While some courses have fi lled, many remain available


to new and returning participants. Classes and fi eld trips are open only


to members. Annual dues are $50. There is no additional per class fee, but some classes and trips involve expenses for materials or admission fees. Members are automatically enrolled as students in Chandler-Gilbert


Community College.


The college charges a $15 per semester fee for semesters that a student is enrolled in classes. More information about New


Adventures can be found on our website at www.newadventures.info or by visiting the Sun Lakes Center, 25105 S. Alma School Road; phone 480-875-5500. 


Arizona Classic Jazz Society pre-festival rally set


Helen Daley The 52nd Street Jazz Band will present


a “Pre-Festival Rally” on Sunday, October 20, from 1:00–4:00 p.m., at the Crowne Plaza San Marcos Golf Resort in Chandler. The band plays Chicago-style jazz that became popular in Chicago in the 1920s and moved to New York City in the 1930s. The music is similar to New Orleans- style, though Chicago-style places more emphasis on solos and substitutes string bass for the tuba and guitar for the banjo. The cost is $10 ACJS for members, $15 non-members and students


are free.


Become a member on the October 20, and get in free (yearly membership $35 couple, $25 single). For more information call 480- 620-3941 or go to www.azclassicjazz.org. The 24th annual Arizona Classic Jazz


Festival will be here soon - on November 7–10,


festival will


so mark your calendar now. The showcase 12 bands


around the United States. All the details from


can be found on www.azclassicjazz.org. The Arizona Classic Jazz


Society/


Festival is pleased to announce that they have received two grants: the National Endowment for the Arts


(NEA) has


awarded a $10,000 matching grant to support the Arizona Classic Jazz Festival and outreach programs. This grant is part of the NEA’s Arts Engagement in American Communities program that “supports educational arts projects for people of any age in any arts discipline in communities across the United States.” Several festival sets will have an educational component as a result of this grant. The 52nd Street Jazz Band will also be presenting community outreach programs through their “History of Jazz” show. The Arizona Commission on the Arts


(ACA) has awarded a $2,000 grant in support of the festival. The ACA receives support from the State of Arizona and the National Endowment for the Arts. 


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