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54 CLUBS AND CLASSES


Sun Lakes Model Railroad Club to attend annual Railfair


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


Art classes offered Drawing Class - Whether you want


to


begin drawing or are a professional who wants to refresh your skills, this class is for you. Emphasis is on line, form, layout, contrast, etc. Fun drawing exercises! You will need a drawing pencil set – 4h,


3h, HB, 2b, 4b, 6b; kneaded eraser and sketchbook with at least 70lb paper.* Saturdays 9:00 a.m.; one hour; $40 tuition


per month Colored Pencil Class – Learn to paint


beautifully using traditional wax colored pencil.* Emphasis is on burnishing technique, but we will learn other methods as well. It is recommended to have drawing knowledge prior to attending this class, but it is not mandatory. You will need a colored pencil set*,


Visitors enjoy train ride at 2012 Rail Fair.


Harry Huckemeyer October has always been one of


those special months where there is an abundance of activities to fi t into your calendar. With the heat of the summer and the monsoon season behind us, the great Arizona weather leaves us with many opportunities to enjoy the many choices we have to enjoy the outdoors. For the railroad enthusiasts, the Arizona Railway Museum located in Chandler


is open


to the public on weekends. The hours of operation for the museum are from noon-4:00 p.m. You can fi nd additional information regarding the museum at info@azrymuseum.org. Additionally, the annual “Railfair” at


the McCormick Stillman Railroad Park, a short trip up the 101, takes place over the October 12-13 weekend. Here the young and the old can enjoy the displays of several of the area model railroad clubs’ exhibits made available for the visitors


enjoyment. You won’t want to miss the newly opened railroad museum, which is now housing several different layouts of an assortment of sizes in some of the most popular model railroad scales. Consider it a work in progress by its creative members who I’m sure will be available at the fair. If that’s not enough, there is always the wonderful park atmosphere with refreshments available and a few rides and other attractions for all to enjoy. We’re all looking forward to our many


friends returning to the area after spending time away with their family and friends from around the country. Locally in the Sun Lakes area, many of the communities will be having their annual Community/ Activities Days in October and November. Check your calendars for the locations and times. It’s a wonderful opportunity to meet new friends and fi nd things that you may want to get involved with.


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battery-operated eraser, sketchbook with at least 70lb paper. Saturdays from 10:00 a.m.-noon; two hours; $50 tuition per month


Acrylic Painting – Learn to paint with


acrylic paint and many acrylic-related products. Explore what acrylics can do. Create wonderful paintings that are traditional or paint marvelous abstracts! You will need an apron,


spray bottle,


“heavy-bodied” acrylic paint in Quinacridone Red or Quinacridone Magenta, Hansa Yellow Light, Pthalo Blue (green shade), Pthalo Green (blue shade), assorted bristle brushes (No. 2, No. 4, No. 6 and No. 10 in fl at, round and fi lbert shapes), a canvas board and a container to carry supplies*, (no craft paint)! Saturdays from 1:00-3:00 p.m.; two hours;


$50 tuition per month *I would recommend using store coupons


if you can. All classes will begin Saturday, October


26. Classes will be $10 on that day only. Call Susan Plouzek at 480-840-


4920 regarding registration, location and questions. 


Treasure Hunters wanted


Virginia Koehler The Sun Lakes Metal Lokators Club will


resume its meetings beginning Monday, October 14. Stop by the Metal Lokators’ table at one of the annual Activities Open Houses and get information about our metal detecting club. We meet the second Monday of every month October through April. Most meetings are held at 1:00 p.m. in the Friendship Room of the Sun Lakes Country Club. Dues are $15 per person per year. Everyone is welcome to join us to see if this is an activity you would like to do.


If you have no metal detector


and would like to try one out, you may come to one of our monthly hunts and use the club’s detector. Anyone having lost a metal


object of value to them is welcome


to contact the Lokators Club and have our members search for your item. Contact our club treasurer, Virginia Koehler, at 480- 883-9672. 


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