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Upcoming Events

    • 01/23/2022
    • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
    • Carol's Place 85296

    This is where the club officers and committee chairs go over the details of running the club. We plan the schedule for upcoming adventures.  If you have an idea for a trip you want to lead you can present it to the officers at the activities meeting.

    Please bring an appetizer to share.

    Address will be supplied when you register.

    • 02/05/2022
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • 1020 N 1st Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85003

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    Ever wonder what’s going on in Downtown Phoenix with an ever-changing skyline?

    Come join trip leaders Barb and Tom for a hike that will point out buildings from the past and present plus all the new construction that is changing the city’s downtown skyline.

    Hikers will meet at the Trinity Episcopal Cathedral parking garage (just north of the cathedral), located at 100 Roosevelt St., Phoenix 85003.  The light rail is available with a stop at Roosevelt and Central Ave.

    It will be a two-hour hike that will proceed into the heart of Roosevelt Row and then down into the center of the downtown.  The hike will end up at the Pita Jungle at 1001 N. 3rd Ave. #4, Phoenix, AZ  85003.

    If you have any questions, please call Barb at 602-319-2922

    • 02/21/2022
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • 4041 E Thomas Rd Phx 85018

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    We will be dining at Rosati's for a no host dinner.

    A lot of things have changed over the last 55 years, but Rosati's commitment to serving authentic Chicago-style pizza and traditional Italian fare isn’t one of them. They know that some things are better done the old-fashioned way, like sourcing fresh ingredients from farms they can name. Their authentic family recipes have been passed down from generation to generation and have now made their way into homes across the country. No matter how big they grow, Rosati's stays true to their roots and makes great food their number one priority.

    Event host are Joe&Hans who can be reached at 602-708-9691 (text only)

    • 03/05/2022
    • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • 1201 N Galvin Parkway PHX 85008

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    Chihuly in the Desert showcases Dale Chihuly’s stunning, large-scale installations nestled among the Garden’s world-class collection of desert plants. Featuring installations on the Garden’s trails complemented by a major indoor gallery in Dorrance Hall, the dynamic exhibition includes never-before-seen installations and is a must-see throughout the seasons.

    5:30 to 8:00 on March 5, 2022 at Desert Botanical Gardens

    (1201 N. Galvin Parkway, Phoenix , AZ 85008)

    Tickets will be purchased on February 15 for those who have registered and paid.

    We will meet at 5:15 p.m. at the main entrance in order to walk around the garden and view the beauty of our local plant life before the lights come on for the lovely light display.   (Sunset projected for 6:28 p.m.).

                                          Members: $42.00        Guests: $45.00

    If you have any questions, please contact

    • 03/11/2022
    • 1:00 PM
    • 03/13/2022
    • 11:00 AM
    • 3939 N Usery Pass Rd Mesa 85207

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    The park contains a large variety of plants and animals that call the lower Sonoran Desert home. Along the most popular feature of the park, the Wind Cave Trail, water seeps from the roof of the alcove to support hanging gardens of Rock Daisy. The Wind Cave is formed at the boundary between the volcanic tuff and granite on Pass Mountain. Breathtaking views from this 2,840-foot elevation are offered to all visitors. 

    Our Group site, A, has water, a large Ramada containing six tables, large patio, a grill and restrooms with showers. An RV dump station is near the entrance. When checking in at the main entrance, say that you are at Group Site A with Desert Adventures.

    The Ramada has power for crockpots & phone charges. A kettle will be available to make hot water, so bring your coffee, cocoa or tea.

    The members party will be held at our site on Saturday. The members party is a separate event. If you are camping, you still need to register separately for the members party. It is free for members.

    Remember to bring food, drinking water, hiking gear and firewood. Quiet time is from 10 pm until 6 am. Your moderately behaved dogs are welcome.

    For questions, contact your hosts Joe&Hans at: or 602-708-9691 (text only)

    • 03/12/2022
    • 3:00 PM
    • 03/13/2022
    • 7:00 PM
    • 3939 N Usery Pass Rd Mesa 85207

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    Our Members Party will be at the Ramada at group site, A. There are restrooms nearby. When checking in at the main entrance, pay the $7 entry fee & proceed to group site A. DA is camping in group site A, so please be mindful of where you park.

    DA will be suppling hamburger and brats along with condiments, plates, utensils, dessert & bottled water. Please bring a side dish. Here are the side dishes being brought so far:

    • Potato Salad
    • Beans
    • roasted vegetables
    This is a members party which is free for members. The event fee for Non-Members is $7 but if you join DA within 1 month of this event, you will receive $7 as a credit toward the joining fee.

    The Ramada has power for crockpots & phone chargers. 

    For questions, contact your hosts DA Core at:

    • 03/26/2022
    • 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    • 2600 E. Elwood St. Phoenix, AZ 85040

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    Join us on a private tour that includes information about the organization’s history, a look into the Non-Eagle Feather Repository, details about their hospital and a visit to the Interactive Lab and Educational Trail.

    Liberty Wildlife assists the state of Arizona with rehabilitation of native species, specializing in avian, reptile, amphibian and small mammal species. They care for between 7,000 - 8,000 animals every year with a release rate over 50%, above the national norm. 

    We’ll get to look into the windows of their working hospital and see new patients being worked on. Then, on their education side, we’ll meet with volunteers who take the birds of prey out of their enclosures for up close visits. They also have a reptile room where some of their team can take out a few of those animals to let our group learn more about each of them.

    Consider donating something from their wish list, which can be view via the link above.

    Join us afterwards for lunch at JL Smokehouse just a 1.2 mile drive southwest of the tour.

    Your trip leaders will once again be Joe&Hans who can be reached at or 602-708-9691 (text only)

    • 05/14/2022
    • 1:00 PM - 5:30 PM
    • Carol's House



    Bunco was originally a confidence game similar to three-card monte.[1][2] It originated in 19th-century England, where it was known as "eight dice cloth".[3] It was imported to San Francisco as a gambling activity in 1855, where it gave its name to gambling parlors, or "bunco parlors", and more generally to any swindle. After the Civil War, the game evolved into a popular parlor game. During the 1920s and Prohibition, bunco was re-popularized as a gambling game, often associated with speakeasies. Law-enforcement groups raiding these parlors came to be known as "bunco squads". Bunco saw a resurgence in popularity as a family game in the 1980s.[4]

    According to the World Bunco Association, the game saw a resurgence in popularity in the United States in the early 21st century; in 2006, it was claimed that during the previous year "over 59 million women have played bunco and over 27 million play regularly".[5] Members of bunco clubs often take turns hosting, providing snacks, refreshments and the tables to set up the games. Small amounts of money can be involved as well. Bunco is sometimes referred to as the "housewife's drinking game".


    Each game consists of six rounds, numbered one to six in the order played. Players take turns rolling three dice. One point is awarded for each die rolled that matches the current round number, 5 points are awarded if all three dice match each other, but do not match the current round number, and 21 points if all three dice match the current round number (a "bunco"). If any points are scored, the player gets to roll again, continuing to add to their score. If no points are awarded, the player's turn ends and the dice are passed to the next player at the table. Each round ends when a player has scored 21 points, which makes rolling a bunco an instant win. The game ends when all six rounds are complete. The player with the most rounds won is the overall game winner, with ties typically broken by comparing total points scored.

    In larger-scale tournaments, the game will typically be played in teams of two, and multiple tables will play simultaneously, with the highest-ranked table known as the "head table" or "queen's table". After each round, the winning team at a table will move to the next-highest-ranked table while the loser at the head table will move down to the lowest-ranked table.

    Please bring an appetizer/snack to share and your favorite drink.

    Carol’s house

    May 14, 2022

    From 1:00pm to 5:30pm

    Please register at

    If you have any questions, please contact  (

    {Exact address will be provided when payment is complete}

    • 05/21/2022
    • 10:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • North Scottsdale

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    The Phoenix Herpetological Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and is a statewide facility that includes a surrender facility, education program, summer camps and rescue and rehabilitation.

    Interact with some of our special animals, which for many people is a once in a lifetime experience. Guests will get to learn about endangered species, how we contribute to conservation of those animals, some of the considerations we must contemplate when having these reptiles in Arizona, which reptiles are good pets for children or adults, adaptations of animals from across the world, and much more! This educational, hands-on, and exciting adventure is definitely one to remember!

    Consider donating something from their wish list, which can be view via the link above. The exact address will not be supplied to us until we make the reservation, but is in N Scottsdale. You will receive an email with the exact address closer to the event.

    Join us afterwards for lunch at Jalapeno Inferno just a 4 mile drive south of the tour.

    Your trip leaders will once again be Joe&Hans who can be reached at or 602-708-9691 (text only)

    • 06/02/2022
    • 12:00 PM
    • 06/05/2022
    • 11:00 AM
    • 34.285065, -110.240217


    Lewis Canyon Campground is located at 6,600 feet in a beautiful ponderosa pine setting with a large open field nearby. Wild turkey, elk and deer are often seen in the vicinity. The trailhead to the Juniper Ridge Trail #640 is located at the group campground. This trail is open to non-motorized vehicles, hikers, horses & mountain bicycles. The trail is a pleasant 14 mile loop through ponderosa pines, juniper and manzanita county. A shorter 7-mile loop trail is also marked.

    Last day to pay is May 30th

    You can arrive: anytime after noon on Thursday, June 2nd. On Saturday, dinner will be served at 5 pm and will feature extra-lean burgers. We gather around the eating area at 4 pm for appetizers. Please bring an appetizer to share. Side dishes & dessert will be provided. Homemade Apple pie Moonshine will be available each night. Check out time on Sunday is 11 am.

    The site features: Picnic tables, fire rings, 4 large group barbecue grills, dumpster & vault toilets. The only water on site is non-potable and for drowning the fire. Remember to bring food, drinking water, hiking gear & firewood. Your moderately behaved dogs are welcome.

    Directions: Driving on AZ-260, turn S onto Pinedale Rd, (+34.317769, -110.247561). Drive through Pinedale and the covered bridge to the U.S. Forest Service work center, (+34.3053, -110.2465). Continue south 2.3 miles on Pinedale Road, which becomes Rim Road. Follow the signs to Lewis Canyon Group Site and turn right onto FR 130A, which goes directly to Lewis Canyon Group Campground (+34.285065, -110.240217).

    Nearest full commercial services are 15 miles in Show Low. 

    Your trip leaders will once again be Mountain Men Joe&Hans who can be reached at or 602-708-9691 (text only)

    • 07/01/2022
    • 1:00 PM
    • 07/04/2022
    • 11:00 AM
    • Mt Lemmon Coronado NF AZ 85619


    Mt.Lemmon Campout


    Friday July 1st thru Monday July 4th

    ARRIVAL time is 1PM Friday, Check Out 11AM Monday! Just an hour northeast of Tucson!

    Beat the heat camping on Mt. Lemmon near 8000 ft. surrounded by the cool pines above Tucson.

    We have Whitetail site #1 reserved. It's more cozy but still has a large Ramada, electricity, water, grills and terraced tent sites along the hill.

    Getting to the campsite is a memorable trip up the Sky Island Scenic Byway, a recently improved road that has changing vegetation from the desert floor to the fir tree forest above. Figure about two hours from Phoenix to Tucson and another hour up the hill.

    It's just a short walk to a dramatic view of Tucson. Great hiking trails are all around. If there is interest an organized hike will be planned. In addition there are many things to explore up on the mountain. The Mt. Lemmon ski area operates its lift year round. The Iron Door Restaurant is open for lunch. There’s the little vacation village of Summerhaven only 4 miles up the road where you can find eats, ice cream and a small general store for ice. There is a restaurant open for brunch and dinner called Sawmill Run. You might want to explore the Marshall Gulch picnic area at the Lemmon Summit Trailheads. Hopefully you’ll also have time for a quiet afternoon in the cool air.

    The campsite is optimized for tent camping. Because of space limits expect to share your terrace with at least one other tent. Each terrace is a good size. Parking space is strictly limited to 8 vehicles. Carpooling is recommended. When we reach 8 vehicles it will be necessary to park across the highway along a side road.

    A BYOB is planned for Saturday from 5pm till 6pm. Please bring something to share for the cocktail hour. A Saturday meal will be provided for 6:00 PM and those wishing to come for the meal only are welcome. We will provide coffee and snacks for the mornings. Please bring firewood. (A number of time there have been fire restrictions but near the 4th there usually has been rain.) (The camp host usually has some for sale.) We hope that people from Phoenix and Tucson will join us for the hikes and meal.


    From the 10 take Ina Rd. east. Following the main road bear right as it turns into Skyline then Sunrise Dr. Turn right at Kolb Rd. and follow it about four miles to Tanque Verde Rd. Turn Left on Tanque Verde Rd. and follow it to the Catalina Highway (Last chance shopping center). Turn left on Catalina and follow it up the mountain. Do not pay at the fee station. Watch carefully at about the 21 mile marker and turn left into the campground. You will likely have to open the gate. Proceed to the camp host and then down to the first site on the left.

    • 08/14/2022
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • 1160 S Gilbert Rd, Gilbert, AZ 85296


    Lets Roll through the summer with a little bowling fun

    Join your fellow Desert Adventurer’s at Bowlero in Gilbert for some friendly bowling competition, some pizza, and a chance to visit with everyone.

    Registration is required to attend this event and will close on Wednesday, August 11th @ noon. We will purchase for those who have indicated they will be bowling. You must be registered by August 11th to bowl.

    Plan to arrive on Sunday, August 14th before 1 pm to get your fancy shoes on and pick out a ball. We've paid for 2 hours of bowling starting at 1 pm until 3 pm.

    This is one of Desert Adventure’s annual members party.  If you're a current member, bowling & shoes are free. The club will also pick up some pizza and sodas. You're on your own for major food and beverages.

    Guests are welcome to join us at a cost of $15

    If you have any questions.

    Email DA at

    • 09/08/2022
    • 1:00 PM
    • 09/11/2022
    • 12:00 PM
    • Mather Group site


    Join our DA Family for a fabulous time at the Grand Canyon

    This is weekend after Labor Day

    The weather’s been perfect the past few years, so we’re due for rain, so bring your EZ ups and hopefully we’ll stave off the rain.  We’ll follow the same schedule, Thursday night we’ll do a mixer, so everybody gets to meet everybody, Friday everybody’s on their own to hike, shop, nap, or some combination thereof.

    Saturday evening we’ll have TBD and something vegetarian.  Happy hour at around 5ish.  We’ll provide some kind of happy hour adult beverage, and ask that everybody bring some kind of side or desert to share.

    If you’re new to this, or can’t remember anything anymore, here are the basics.  The site we’ve reserved is for tenters.  If you have an RV, you need to reserve your own spot; check out or call 877-444-6777.  The closest hotel rooms are located at the Yavapai Lodge, which also has a mediocre restaurant and free Wi-Fi. 

    There is a pretty decent general store that has an amazing selection of food and liquor and a decent snack bar. Elk and deer have frequently wandered through the neighborhood.  Decent toilets, mud sinks to do the dishes are nearby and showers are available nearby—bring quarters and flip-flops or river shoes.

    This is not roughing it.  There are people who bring no food and just a cooler for adult beverages who manage not to starve.

    We ask everybody to RSVP as usual.  Please bring firewood.

    • 09/23/2022
    • 1:30 PM
    • 09/25/2022
    • 11:00 AM
    • Playground Group Site


    The Playground Group Site is located in the pines at 7,500 feet atop Mingus Mountain in the Prescott National Forest. The site is shaded by sycamore & located near many trails. The site has tables, grills, trash dumpster, vault toilet, is fenced in but does not have water.

    Plan to arrive anytime after 1:29 pm on Friday, September 23rd. The gate will be locked before that time. Once we arrive, we keep the gate closed. Just lift the right side, in the middle and push it open. Drive in & pick a place to camp. Our campsite is near Jerome, Sedona & Prescott Valley. Check out time on Sunday is 11 am.

    Coffee will be brewed each morning starting at 6 am. Please bring your favorite mug. Sugar & creamer supplied.

    Hans is coordinating a Saturday evening potluck. He will contact you once you register & pay to manage the menu. 

    Not into camping? Join us on Saturday & stay for the potluck. Be sure to register & pay and Hans will contact you about the potluck.

    Remember to bring food & drinking water. Your well-behaved dogs are welcome.

    Some things to do: Mingus lake is a short walk away and a little farther is a lookout from the side of the mountain where you can see the Verde Valley.

    Things to know in advance: Quiet time is from 10 pm - 6 am. The hosts will be connected to the only 30 amp outlet. You are welcome to use their microwave. A power outlet is available for phone charging, skillets & crock pots.

    • 10/07/2022
    • 2:00 PM
    • 10/09/2022
    • 12:00 PM
    • 675 Dead Horse Ranch Road Cottonwood AZ 86326

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    This north-central Arizona park is located in Cottonwood and within the Verde River Valley corridor. The spacious campgrounds give quick access to most of the park features like trails, playground, lakes, and the Verde River. Dead Horse Ranch is a great place to stay while you explore the natural beauty and rich history of this popular Arizona region. 

    Each site has water, electricity, fire pit & picnic table. There are restroom facilities with hot showers close by. A dump station is at the entrance & the park has several trash bins.

    If you want a tent site, (non electric & no water), for a lower price, contact the event host. Water can be obtained at the nearby restroom facilities. Tent sites have a fire pit & picnic table.

    You can arrive anytime after 1 pm on Friday. We are in the Cooper's Hawk Loop. Remember to bring food, water, hiking gear & firewood. Your moderately behaved dogs are welcome. Please follow park rules.

    On Saturday, we gather around the eating area at 5 pm for a potluck dinner. Participation is not mandatory. DA will provide plates, utensils, napkins & water. Your hosts will provide some sides. Remember, there is power so bring your crockpot.

    So far we have:

    • Potato Salad
    • Assorted cheeses

    Want to join us just for Saturday & the potluck, there is a registration for that! A separate day visit park fee of $7 will be charged at entry. Also, join us on Saturday for a visit to Tuzigoot National Monument which is a separate event & requires separate registration.

    Your event hosts will once again be Mountain Men Joe&Hans who can be reached at

    Or text only - 602-708-9691

    • 10/08/2022
    • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • 25 Tuzigoot Rd Clarkdale 86324

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    Visit Tuzigoot National Monument to immerse yourself in the presence of people who lived in the Verde Valley a thousand years ago. Set aside twenty or thirty minutes to explore the Tuzigoot museum, which highlights ceramics, textiles, and tools found during the excavation of Tuzigoot pueblo, and was developed with help from descendants of the people who lived here. 

    Trails on site will take you through the Tuzigoot pueblo and Tavasci Marsh. Spend time with a ranger and learn about the Sinagua and the lives they led in the Verde Valley.

    There is no DA event fee but there is a $10 park entrance fee unless you have a America The Beautiful pass which gets you & 3 other adults in for free. We have a pass & the first 2 people who register can be included in ours. Let us know when you register if you also have a pass. 

    Join us afterwards for lunch at The Tavern Grille in Cottonwood.

    Your trip leaders will once again be Joe&Hans who can be reached at or 602-708-9691 (text only)

    • 10/28/2022
    • 2:00 PM
    • 10/30/2022
    • 11:00 AM
    • 33.644493, -111.045173


     Once the largest man-made lake in the world, Roosevelt Lake is still the biggest of the six SRP lakes and offers the most recreation opportunities.

    We are in the Goose loop of the Grapevine Group Site. You can arrive anytime after Noon on Friday, October 28th. The gate will be locked before that time. Drive in and pick a site. There are several trails in the area. Check out time on Sunday is 10am.

    Goose loop has toilets, potable water & a group Ramada with grills. There is also a central shower building, lake access trails, & paved boat launch ramp. Please bring some firewood. 

    To get there:

    Head east on US-60. Pass through Superior & Miami. Right before Globe, turn left at AZ-188. Drive approximately 21.8 miles then turn right at Grapevine Group Site. Proceed to Gooseloop & pick a site. For detailed instructions, go to and put in the coordinates  33.644242, -111.045556

    Nearest commercial services: Roosevelt or Punkin Center, (Compressed air, food, gas, lodging, marine services, pay phone and propane), or Globe/Claypool/Miami, which have all services.

    • 11/24/2022
    • 1:00 PM - 5:30 PM
    • Barb's house 85013
    • 25

    Your Desert Adventures family will once again be serving home-cooked turkey and delicious honey glazed ham. Please bring a side dish or dessert to share, we‘ll have soft drinks and water.  Bring your own adult beverages.

    Side dishes that we have so far:

    We want to manage our Thanksgiving feast the best way possible so please list what you are going to bring when you register.

    We need to limit the number of attendees to 25, including our host Barb so if you are interested in joining your DA family for this holiday, please REGISTER! If you cannot make it after registering, please let us know so we can ensure that anyone else who wishes can join us.

    Location:       Barbara Hanson’s Home in Phoenix

    Exact Address to be provided with Registration

    Contact:        Barb @ 602-319-2922

    Cost:               Members: $10.00 / Guests: $12.00

Past events

01/16/2022 Private Room Brunch @ Wrigley Mansion
01/01/2022 Dining with DA @ Dillon's KC BBQ
12/30/2021 White Tank Campout
12/19/2021 Officer's Core dinner @ Lou's Bar & Grill
12/18/2021 Assisted Living: The Musical®
12/04/2021 Holiday Party & post 40th Anniversary Celebration @ Old Spaghetti Factory
11/25/2021 Thanksgiving Dinner
11/21/2021 Core/Activities Meeting
11/20/2021 Queen Creek Olive Mill Tour
11/05/2021 Lake Pleasant Campout
10/24/2021 Core/Activities Meeting
10/23/2021 Tempe Town Lake Donut Boat DA Meet Up
10/18/2021 Dining w/DA at Sushiholic
10/08/2021 Mingus Mountain Campout
09/23/2021 River Island Campout
09/18/2021 Members Pool Party
09/18/2021 Core/Activities Meeting
09/13/2021 Dining w/DA at Miracle Mile Deli
09/09/2021 Grand Canyon Campout
08/26/2021 Bull Pen on West Clear Creek Week Day Hike
08/23/2021 Dining w/DA at California Fish Grill
08/21/2021 Core/Activities Meeting
08/12/2021 Long Valley Campout
07/31/2021 Xmas in July Pool Party
07/19/2021 Dining w/DA at Joyride Taco House
07/18/2021 Core & Activities Meeting
07/02/2021 Mt. Lemmon Campout
06/27/2021 The Birdcage - 25th Anniversary
06/26/2021 Core/Activities Meeting
06/07/2021 Dining w/DA at California Pizza Kitchen
05/20/2021 Lewis Canyon Campout
05/16/2021 Core/Activities Meeting
05/15/2021 Potluck w/DA
05/08/2021 Liberty Wildlife Private Tour
04/30/2021 Houston Mesa Campout
04/24/2021 Audit & Core Meeting
04/24/2021 Tempe Town Lake Pedal Boats
04/17/2021 Dining w/DA at Angry Crab Shack
04/02/2021 Candlelight Open Air: Vivaldi's Four Seasons
03/26/2021 Usery Mountain Campout
03/22/2021 Dining with DA
03/14/2021 Core/Activities Meeting
02/27/2021 Potluck w/DA
02/21/2021 Core/Activities Meeting
02/13/2021 Casa Grande Neon Sign Park
02/13/2021 Dining w/DA at Chili's
02/13/2021 Casa Grande Ruins National Monument
01/30/2021 Sabino Canyon Crawler
01/25/2021 ZooLights
01/10/2021 Core/Activities Meeting
01/04/2021 Dining with DA @ Doughbird
12/14/2020 Core Holiday meeting @ Bar Louie
12/05/2020 Holiday Party
12/05/2020 Japanese Friendship Garden
11/26/2020 Thanksgiving Dinner
11/15/2020 Core/Activities Meeting
11/14/2020 Glow Putt Mini Golf
11/07/2020 Wild Rising @ Desert Botanical Gardens
11/02/2020 Strange Encounters: Halloween Scavenger Hunt
10/30/2020 Usery Mountain Spooky Campout
10/25/2020 Core/Activities Meeting
10/24/2020 Wine & Cheese Party
10/10/2020 Twilight Dinner Cruise on Canyon Lake
10/03/2020 SW Conservation Center Wildlife Sanctuary
09/20/2020 Core/Activities Meeting
09/10/2020 Grand Canyon Campout
09/05/2020 Bat Cave Viewing
09/03/2020 Sycamore Creek / Parson’s Trail Weekday Hike
08/16/2020 Core/Activities Meeting
08/15/2020 SanTan Brewery/Distillery Tour
08/09/2020 Members Party @ Let It Roll
07/26/2020 Dinner w/DA @ Coco's
07/25/2020 Core/Activities Meeting
06/14/2020 Audit & Core Meeting
06/13/2020 Dinner w/DA @ Lou Malnati's Pizzeria
05/31/2020 Core/Activities Meeting
04/26/2020 Core/Activities Meeting
04/13/2020 Drive In Double Feature
03/22/2020 Core/Activities Meeting
03/20/2020 Dinner with DA canceled
03/15/2020 Brunch @ Wrigley Mansion
03/08/2020 Call of the Wild
03/07/2020 LA Cage Aux Folles @ Herberger
02/29/2020 Downtown Phoenix Urban Hike
02/22/2020 Lunch with DA @ Cook & Craft
02/15/2020 Spur Cross Dragonfly Loop Hike
02/09/2020 Core/Activities Meeting
02/08/2020 Western Spirit Museum
02/02/2020 Superbowl Party
01/25/2020 Lunch & Art tour @ The Found:re
01/19/2020 Ornament Exchange Dinner
01/17/2020 ZooLights
01/10/2020 Lights of the World
01/07/2020 Cats
01/05/2020 Core/Activities Meeting
01/04/2020 Dinner with DA @ Dillon's KC BBQ
12/18/2019 Core/Activities Dinner @ Keegan's
12/07/2019 Holiday Party @ Cucina Tagliani
12/07/2019 Queen Creek Olive Mill Tour
11/28/2019 Thanksgiving Dinner
11/23/2019 Ironwood Pig Sanctuary
11/21/2019 Picacho Peak Campout
11/16/2019 Blue Man Group Speechless Tour
11/10/2019 Core/Activities Meeting
10/26/2019 Pioneer & Military Memorial Park
10/13/2019 Core/Activities Meeting
10/12/2019 Haunted Phoenix Bus Tour
10/10/2019 Phoenix Zoo Roars & Pours
10/06/2019 Members Party @ Let It Roll
09/26/2019 Roper Lake Campout
09/05/2019 Grand Canyon Campout
08/27/2019 Core/Activities Meeting
08/17/2019 Glow Putt Mini Golf
08/10/2019 Arizona Distilling Company Tour
08/06/2019 Core/Activities Meeting
07/31/2019 Long Valley Campout
07/23/2019 The Lion King
07/20/2019 Dinner with DA @ Wandering Horse Buffet
07/20/2019 OdySea Aquarium
07/07/2019 Core/Activities Meeting
07/06/2019 Christmas in July Pool Party
06/15/2019 Ice Cream Social Pool Party & Core
05/25/2019 Hall of Flame Museum of Firefighting
05/19/2019 Audit & Core Meeting
05/17/2019 Fish Fry @ The Horny Toad
05/11/2019 Plum Creek Alpacas tour
05/09/2019 Lynx Lake Campout
05/01/2019 Avengers: Endgame
04/27/2019 Wine & Cheese Party
04/20/2019 Easter Wine Hunt & Brunch
04/16/2019 Social & Core meeting
04/13/2019 Biosphere 2 Under the Glass Tour
03/31/2019 Tovrea Castle Tour
03/24/2019 Arizona Bao Fest
03/23/2019 Game Night
03/16/2019 Core/Activities Meeting
03/15/2019 Usery Mountain Campout/Members Party
03/12/2019 Captain Marvel
03/03/2019 Mystery Castle Tour
03/02/2019 Mardi Gras Party
02/24/2019 Core/Activities Meeting
02/23/2019 Game Night
02/20/2019 Alita: Battle Angel
02/15/2019 Kartchner Caverns Campout
02/03/2019 Superbowl LIII Party
01/26/2019 Game Night
01/20/2019 Core/Activities Meeting
01/02/2019 ZooLights
12/31/2018 White Tank Mountain Hike
12/30/2018 Dinner with DA @ Dillon's KC BBQ
12/28/2018 White Tank Campout
12/19/2018 Mortal Engines
12/18/2018 Officer/Core dinner @ King's Fish House
12/16/2018 Lucidi Distilling Co. Tour
12/06/2018 Holiday Party @ Wandering Horse
11/25/2018 Core/Activities Meeting
11/24/2018 Queen Creek Olive Mill Tour
11/19/2018 Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
11/07/2018 The Nutcracker & the Four Realms
10/28/2018 Core/Activities Meeting
10/25/2018 Materials Recovery Facility Tour
10/20/2018 Game Night
09/27/2018 Grand Canyon Campout
09/09/2018 Core/Activities Meeting
08/23/2018 Bull Pen Hike
08/19/2018 Members Party @ Let It Roll
07/29/2018 Core/Activities Meeting
07/28/2018 Intro to Archery
07/21/2018 Christmas in July Pool Party
07/12/2018 Ant-Man & the Wasp
06/22/2018 Mingus Mountain Campout
06/13/2018 Eddie Basha Art Collection Tour
06/06/2018 Deadpool 2: The Second Coming
06/05/2018 Social @ Trinity Episcopal Cathedral
05/31/2018 Mt. Lemmon Campout
05/30/2018 SOLO: A Star Wars Story
05/26/2018 Audit & Core Meeting
05/10/2018 Lynx Lake Campout
05/08/2018 Core/Activities Meeting
05/05/2018 Adult Puppet Slam
04/28/2018 Glow Putt Mini Golf
04/13/2018 Lake Pleasant Campout/Members Party
04/10/2018 Core/Activities Meeting
04/07/2018 DaVinci's Secret (Escape Room)
04/03/2018 Social @ Attic Ale House
03/31/2018 Butter Making Class
03/21/2018 Herberger Tour
03/17/2018 Core Meeting @ Elly's Brunch & Cafe
03/13/2018 A Wrinkle in Time
03/04/2018 Tovrea Castle Tour
02/24/2018 Granite Mountain Hotshots/Journey Trail Hike
02/17/2018 Four Peaks Brewery Tour
02/04/2018 Superbowl LII Party
01/09/2018 General Membership Meeting
12/27/2017 Core Dinner Meeting @ sauce
12/20/2017 Star Wars: The Last Jedi
12/09/2017 Holiday Party @ Sierra Bonita Grill
12/09/2017 Queen Creek Olive Mill Tour
11/18/2017 Ironwood Pig Sanctuary
11/17/2017 Picacho Peak Campout
11/07/2017 Core Group Meeting
11/05/2017 Wrigley Mansion Tour
11/05/2017 Brunch @ Wrigley Mansion
10/28/2017 Mystery Castle Tour
10/19/2017 Reynolds Creek Campout
10/12/2017 Blade Runner 2049
10/07/2017 Glow Putt Mini Golf
08/31/2017 Bell Trail Hike
08/27/2017 Members Party @ Let It Roll
08/12/2017 North Phoenix Pool Party
08/12/2017 Core Group Meeting
08/04/2017 Mingus Mountain Campout
07/08/2017 Christmas in July Pool Party
07/01/2017 Members Party in Prescott
06/25/2017 Dinner with DA @ Fogo de Chão
06/17/2017 Glow Golf
06/11/2017 BUNCO
06/07/2017 Wonder Woman
06/04/2017 Audit & Core Meeting
05/28/2017 Book of Mormon @ Gammage
05/19/2017 Bartlett Lake Bash
05/11/2017 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 in 3D
05/04/2017 Lynx Lake Campout
04/30/2017 Dinner with DA @ The Mining Camp
04/27/2017 Dining out for Life
04/14/2017 Fish Fry @ The Horny Toad
04/14/2017 Core Group Meeting
04/06/2017 Alamo Lake Campout
04/05/2017 Social Meeting
04/02/2017 Pride Parade with DA
03/17/2017 Lake Pleasant Campout & Chili Cookoff
03/15/2017 Kong: Skull Island
03/12/2017 Core Group Meeting
03/11/2017 Southwest Conservation Center Wildlife Sanctuary
03/07/2017 Social Meeting
02/18/2017 Lucidi Distilling Co. Tour
02/15/2017 The Lego Batman Movie
02/12/2017 Core Group Meeting
02/05/2017 Superbowl LI Party
01/11/2017 Social Meeting
01/08/2017 Core Group Meeting
12/30/2016 White Tank Campout
12/21/2016 Rogue One
12/13/2016 Core Group Meeting
12/10/2016 Holiday Party @ Christo’s Italian Restaurant
12/06/2016 Mamma Mia! Farewell Tour @ Gammage
11/24/2016 Thanksgiving Dinner
11/23/2016 Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them
11/19/2016 Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch
11/18/2016 Picacho Peak Campout
11/06/2016 Core Group Meeting
11/05/2016 "Just Like Us" Documentary Private Screening
10/15/2016 Rainbows Festival DA Booth sign up
10/12/2016 Gay Night at AZ State Fair
10/05/2016 Core & Social @ Joyride
09/27/2016 Magnificent Seven
09/25/2016 Pairing Social
09/11/2016 Labyrinth 30th Anniversary
09/09/2016 Core Group Meeting @ Grand Canyon
09/08/2016 Grand Canyon Campout
08/23/2016 Kubo and the Two Strings
08/21/2016 Members Party @ Let It Roll
08/17/2016 Florence Foster Jenkins
08/11/2016 Long Valley Campout
08/07/2016 Core Group Meeting
08/06/2016 Dive in Movie
07/26/2016 Star Trek Beyond
07/23/2016 Christmas in July Pool Party
07/17/2016 Core Group Meeting
07/02/2016 Central Phoenix Pool Party
06/29/2016 Independence Day: Resurgence
06/26/2016 Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory
06/18/2016 Thumb Butte Distillery Tour
06/18/2016 Watson Woods Riparian Preserve Hike
06/16/2016 Lynx Lake Campout
06/12/2016 Core Group Meeting
06/01/2016 Alice Through the Looking Glass
05/27/2016 Mt. Lemmon Campout
05/22/2016 Spring Concert: Bustin' Out All Over!
05/14/2016 Vortex!
05/10/2016 Captain America: Civil War in 3D
05/08/2016 Audit & Core Group Meeting
05/08/2016 Tovrea Castle Tour
05/07/2016 Butterfly Wonderland
05/04/2016 Fate Brewing Co. Tour
04/30/2016 Tough Mudder Arizona
04/28/2016 Dining out for Life
04/26/2016 The Huntsman Winter's War
04/21/2016 Alamo Lake Campout
04/20/2016 Social & Greet New Officers
04/16/2016 Jeff's Mid Spring Morning Wildflower Abbondanza Meander
04/09/2016 Southwest Conservation Center Wildlife Sanctuary
03/30/2016 Batman vs Superman - Dawn of Justice
03/25/2016 Burro Creek Campout
03/20/2016 Core Group Meeting
03/19/2016 BUNCO
03/13/2016 Arcosanti Tour
03/12/2016 Badger Springs Trail Wash Trek
03/02/2016 Gods of Egypt
02/12/2016 Kartchner Caverns Campout
02/09/2016 Core Group Meeting
02/08/2016 Hail, Caesar!
02/07/2016 Superbowl 50 Party
02/03/2016 Kung Fu Panda 3
01/16/2016 Phoenix Ale Brewery Tour
01/13/2016 Social & Core at Los Diablos Bar
01/01/2016 White Tank Mountain Hike
12/23/2015 Star Wars The Force Awakens in 3D
12/19/2015 Phoenix Desert Botanical Gardens Luminarias
12/19/2015 Queen Creek Olive Mill Tour
12/12/2015 Holiday Party @ Christo’s Italian Restaurant
12/09/2015 Core Dinner @ Barrio Urbano
11/28/2015 Jeff's Way Better Than Last Time Hike
11/26/2015 Central Phoenix Thanksgiving Dinner
11/21/2015 Picacho Peak Hike
11/20/2015 Picacho Peak Campout
11/15/2015 Grand Canyon Backpacking 2.0
11/04/2015 Core Group Meeting
11/03/2015 The Importance of Being Ernest