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Yellowstone River

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Northwest

Oregon

Pacific City

Nov. 1: Decorate for Thanksgiving.
Nov. 22: Thanksgiving Weekend, traditional homemade dinner, bring a side dish, Lee King entertainment, reservations required (503) 965-6086.
Dec. 13: Christmas tree decorating, holiday snacks and cookies to share (bring recipes).
Dec. 15-19: South Tillamook County Christmas Baskets work week. Volunteer with our local community to wrap presents and sort food for the needy families.
Dec. 20: Christmas dinner with Lee King entertainment, ham dinner and the holiday fixins, contact the preserve at (503) 965-6200 to make a reservation.
Dec. 31: Rockin’ New Year’s Eve with the Rafters.

November 7-8
Holiday Bazaar
More than 100 vendors will be displaying and selling handmade items, great for Christmas gifts. Located at the Tillamook County Fairgrounds. For more details call Jerry Underwood, (503) 842-2272.

November 27
Thanksgiving Potluck
Traditional turkey provided, bring a potluck dish. Meal begins at 1 p.m. at the Kiawanda Community Center. For reservations call (503) 965-7900.

December 5
Festival of Trees in Tillamook
Located at the Tillamook County Pioneer Museum from 6 to 8 p.m. with the grand tree lighting at 6. Contact Carol Brown, (503) 842-4553 for more details.

Whalers Rest

Nov. 22: Turkey party at 7 p.m. in our South Clubhouse. Who will be Mr. & Mrs. Turkey of 2008? Come share the laughs.
Nov. 27: Thanksgiving dinner with all the main dishes provided, please bring potluck side dishes and desserts. Fee is $3/person. Sign up at the park or by calling (541) 867-3100.
Nov. 29: Family bingo fun for all ages, win fun prizes.
Dec. 17: Whalers annual Christmas tree decorating party. Help trim the tree, share treats and sing a few carols.
Dec. 20: Christmas on the Coast party, we’ll share some memories and laughs as we focus on the Christmas joys this season with a special appearance!
Dec. 31: New Year’s Eve party, Dave Black with great music. Join us for food, music and an early night, as we’ll toast the New Year on East Coast time at 9 p.m.

November 1
8th Annual Oyster Cloyster Festival
 An elegant evening of fine food surrounded by talented musicians creating merriment throughout the Oregon Coast Aquarium’s captivating exhibits. Delicious clam chowder, platters of tantalizing appetizers, luscious desserts and rich coffee, plus, a no-host bar featuring select Oregon wines and microbrews—all make the Oyster Cloyster an unsurpassed coastal event. The event is from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. The aquarium is just five minutes north of the Whalers Rest Preserve.

December 26–January 1
Winter Whale Watch Week
 Scenic vistas, picturesque lighthouses, storms with pounding surf and migrating pods of whales. Watch for spouting, breaching (heads straight up in the water) and flukes and tails and you’ll have an Oregon experience to remember. Gray, humpback and sperm whales make their annual December pilgrimages south from the chilly waters of Alaska to their mating and birthing grounds in warmer Mexican climes. Taking place all along the Oregon Coast.

Washington

La Conner

Nov. 28-30: Thousand Trails Singles group, Thanksgiving dinner, Sunday Chapel with Reid and Jeanne June.
Dec. 20: Annual tree trimming party.
Dec. 31: Happy New Year! Our favorite DJ, Charlie Moore, will help us ring in the New Year.

Long Beach

Nov. 14-16: Long Beach hosts a cribbage tournament.
Nov. 28-Dec. 25: Come to long Beach and find Santa, you never know where he will be.
Dec. 6: Ilwaco lighted boat parade and crab pot tree lighting.
Dec. 8: Holiday home tours.
Dec. 31: End the year right come to Long Beach and watch the fireworks display!

Southwest

ARIZONA

Verde Valley

Nov. 27: Thanksgiving dinner, three seatings, $13/adults and $6/children. We provide the whole meal; please call ahead for reservations, as this is a popular dinner.
Nov. 29: Casino night, sponsored by local organizations to help raise money for families in need this holiday season. $10 donation, complimentary buffet, prizes.
Dec. 13: Candy-making class.
Dec. 20: Red Hatters holiday luncheon.
Dec. 25: Member Christmas potluck dinner.
Dec. 31: New York New Year’s Eve, Johnny Lingo Trio, fantastic dinner and dancing, $14.95 per person. Call our Trading Post at (928) 567-5217 for reservations.

California

Lake of the Springs

Nov. 27: Thanksgiving potluck dinner, two seatings, tickets available at the Trading Post, (530) 692-3212.
Nov. 28-20: Craft and variety fair, family dance with DJ John King.
Dec. 31: New Year’s Eve celebration, dinner and dance with Joanie Lee and the Branding Iron.

Pio Pico

Throughout November & December: Coffee & chitchat social, eight-ball tourneys, card games, Border Patrol talk.
Nov. 1: Swap meet, woodcrafts, eight-ball tourney, movie night. Call (619) 421-1141 to inquire about our Thanksgiving menu and price.
Nov. 8: Veterans Weekend, social, veterans’ salute featuring Wild Rose Road Show.
Nov. 15: Casino night, blackjack, poker candy bingo, fun for the entire family!
Nov. 22: Dance to the sounds of The Two of Us + One, mini- golf tourney, crazy rummy card game.
Nov. 29: Thanksgiving Weekend, swap meet, scavenger hunt, candy bingo, eight-ball tourneys, dance to Coyote Country DJ.
Dec. 6: Decorate Pio Pico for the holidays, decorate the Christmas tree, make a garland for the birds, candy bingo.
Dec. 13: Swap meet, horseshoes, eight-ball and pingpong tourneys, movie night.
Dec. 20: Candy bingo, Christmas craft class, 2500 rummy game, mini-golf.
Dec. 27: Rick Harris performs.
Dec. 31: New Year’s Eve dance with Wild Rose.
Jan. 1: Watch all the parades and bowl games on our big-screen TV.

Rancho Oso

Throughout November and December: Horseback rides for beginners to expert ages 8 and over. Riding lessons for beginners age 10 and over, also adult riding lessons are available. Handheld rides for “little wranglers” age 7 and under. Call (805) 683-5110. Also serving spaghetti dinners, western-style barbecue dinner with steak or chicken, and children’s meals. Purchase Saturday barbecue dinner tickets by 4 p.m. at the Country Store. Lunch is available at our Chuck Wagon Wednesday though Sunday 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Come out and enjoy wagon rides, wine tasting, ice cream socials, cow dog and bucking bull and horsemanship demonstrations, golden horseshoe hunts, candy bar bingo, family movies, s’mores, nature hikes, crafts and plenty more.
Nov. 1: Call in to sign up for our Thanksgiving Day dinner, November 27 at 1 p.m. (805) 683-5686. We’ll provide the turkey and side dishes, please bring a dessert for your group and six others. Dinner will be $13.95 for adults and $5.95 for children 12 and under.
Nov.1: Pumpkin-decorating contest, costume contest, trick-or-treating, haunted wagon ride, karaoke with Wild Rose Music.
Nov. 28: Ron Miller plays country music.
Dec. 6: Christmas tree decoration in the Stone Lodge.
Dec. 13: Wagon ride with Santa Claus and caroling.
Dec. 20: We’re having this special event two weekends in a row! Sing carols and enjoy a wagon ride with Santa Claus.
Dec. 31: Ring in the New Year with DJ Avery Wright.
Jan. 1: Breakfast at the Stone Lodge.

November 21-23, 26-30
Santa Barbara National Amateur Horse Show
Located at Earl Warren Showgrounds, the first half of this event is a Western Open Show featuring Pro, Non-Pro and Youth classes in several disciplines of western horsemanship. The second half is an amateur English show. Special events include a piñata for little kids, a limbo contest, and dancing. For more information, go to www.earlwarren.com

December 5-6
Solvang Winterfest Tree Lighting and Parade
Annual tree lighting ceremony in Solvang park featuring entertainment and Santa’s arrival. The event starts at 5 p.m. Winterfest parade will be the following day at 11 a.m. though the streets of Solvang. For more information go to www.solvangusa.org

December 6-7
Old Fashioned Christmas in Los Olivos
Enjoy an old fashion Victorian Christmas. Features include open house events at local businesses, refreshments, tree lighting ceremony, Christmas carol sing-a-long, Santa’s arrival, and more. For more information, call (805) 688-1222 or (805) 693-1233

Russian River

November 1-2
A Wine & Food Affair
A Wine & Food Affair has become the premier event for the Russian River Wine Road! Join us for a weekend of wine and food pairing in the Alexander, Dry Creek and Russian River Valleys. Info at www.wineroad.com and info@wineroad.com. Event held in Healdsburg, 25 miles from the Russian River Preserve.

December 5
43rd Annual Christmas Tree Lighting
Come down at 5:30 p.m. to enjoy the tree lighting, visit with Santa Claus and enjoy other holiday festivities in Cloverdale’s downtown plaza, located just three miles from the Russian River Preserve.

San Benito

Nov. 1: Pumpkin painting, costume contest with prizes, trick-or-treating and games, cake walk (cakes needed).
Nov. 8: Birthday and anniversaries celebration, big bucks bingo.
Nov. 15: Veterans Day dinner, purchase tickets in advance, cards and games social after dinner.
Nov. 22: Blackjack, prizes.
Nov. 27: Thanksgiving dinner with all the wonderful sides, $10.95 + tax. Advance ticket purchase required, ice cream social and family bingo.
Dec. 6: December birthday and anniversary social, blackjack.
Dec. 13: Beef stew dinner, $7.95 + tax, dessert potluck, decorate the San Benito Christmas tree.
Dec. 20: Cards and games social.
Dec. 25: Christmas potluck, bring your own plates and utensils and a side dish to serve at least six people.
Dec. 31: New Year’s Eve dinner $24.95 + tax, advance tickets required, music by Mike Noonan, champagne toast.
Jan. 1: Quail Run Cafe will be serving New Year’s Day brunch.

November 11
Veterans Day Parade
In recognition of our WWII veterans, the day’s event will start with a military fly-over in downtown Hollister followed by a parade and barbecue at VFW Post 9242 and also at Johnny’s Bar and Grill. For more information call (831) 801-7424 or visit www.sbcveterans.org. Hollister is located 18 miles from the San Benito Preserve.

November 29
18th Annual Lights on Celebration
Two days after Thanksgiving, the Lights On Celebration and Parade will usher in the holiday season to Hollister and San Benito County at 6 p.m., located 18 miles from the San Benito Preserve.

December 21
Winter Solstice At the Mission
Held at 6:30 a.m. at the Mission in San Juan Bautista, 20 miles from the San Benito Preserve. For more information call (831) 623-2127.

Soledad Canyon

Throughout November & December: Soledad’s Club Blazer nature walks and talks. Visit the many local attractions, including Audiences Unlimited, Joe Davis Heritage Airpark at Plant 42, the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and much more!
Nov. 27: Annual Members’ Thanksgiving dinner, potluck dessert.
Nov. 29: Annual Toys for Tots Toy drive, dance-a-thon celebration, multi-cultural folklore talent show with the McLoed Clan, the Tamali’is, the Antelope Valley High School Mix-it Up Club, a family United States Marine dance and S.O.S. DJ Entertainment!
Dec. 20: Toys for Tots Christmas Weekend, the United States Marine Corps and more with S.O.S. DJ Entertainment.
Dec. 31: New Years’ Eve brings a cluster of stars to Soledad’s biggest dance extravaganza. The Ray Caster Band is our musical host with the best country rock band in the high desert. As always, New Year’s Eve at Soledad is filled with magic and the best in dance and entertainment. Don’t forget to sign up and win the title of Thousand Trails Soledad’s King and Queen for 2008. Party favors, champagne, apple cider toast, 50/50 raffles and balloon drop at midnight.
Jan. 1: Golden Cue Tournament finals, raffle for Toys for Tots, enjoy the Rose Bowl game and parade on our TV.

November and December
Lancaster Performing Arts Center Performances
The Bells of Charlemont, Rusty Evans Ring of Fire, Gospel Jubilee, Nuns For Fun, Holiday Open House with Santa, A Christmas Desert Song, and The Harry James Orchestra. Call (661) 723-5950 or visit www.lpac.org for dates and tickets. Located at 750 W. Lancaster Blvd.

Wilderness Lakes

November & December: Line dance instruction Monday through Friday mornings with Anna Maria Prach.
Nov. 1: Marlyn’s Karaoke.
Nov. 8: Country music with Anna Maria.
Nov. 9: Veterans Week, free cake for all veterans.
Nov. 15: Coyote Country DJ, fun for the whole family.
Nov. 22: Highway 91, Tony Lopez performs.
Nov. 27: Happy Thanksgiving! Recreation will be open from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. only today.
Nov. 29: E & E Animal Show, Dominic’s Karaoke for the whole family.
Dec. 6: Stan Wayne in concert.
Dec. 13: Coyote Country DJ.
Dec. 20: Santa Claus will visit us during kids’ picture frame craft, Coyote Country DJ.
Dec. 20: Wild Rose Show, fun for the whole family.
Dec. 24: Christmas Eve, Recreation will be open from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Dec. 27: Marlyn’s Karaoke.

Texas

Lake Conroe

November & December Saturdays: Full Timer’s tea and social, 3 p.m.
Nov. 1: Games and happy November birthdays.
Nov. 8: A salute to veterans.
Nov. 15: Welcome back Winter Texans.
Nov. 20: Thanksgiving dinner.
Nov. 22: Holiday craft market.
Nov. 29: Christmas bingo.
Dec. 6: Christmas with Santa.
Dec. 13: Country Christmas.
Dec. 20: Winter Wonderland.
Dec. 27: A year to remember.
Dec. 31: New Year’s Eve party.

November and December Thursdays
Classic Rock Night
From 7 to 11 p.m. at the Lake Conroe Pub, join DJ Jaye for the best of classic rock. Located at 522 Western Hills Plaza, Montgomery, about 13 miles from the Lake Conroe Preserve.

November 1
Conroe's Got Talent!
Come out and see all the talent that Conroe has to offer from 6 to 10:30 p.m. Root for your favorite Conroe resident in his or her quest to greatness at the Crighton Theater, five miles from the Lake Conroe preserve. For more information call (936) 441-SHOW.

Lake Tawakoni

Nov. 22: Thanksgiving dinner at 1 p.m., turkey, dressing and plate settings provided, everything else is potluck. No charge for members, guests $3.50 each.
Dec. 20: Christmas dinner at 1 p.m., ham, dressing and plate settings provided, everything else is potluck. No charge for members, guests $3.50 each.
Dec. 31: New Year’s Eve steak fry, we furnish a 10-ounce rib eye and all the fixings, members cook their own steak. Dinner from 5:30-7:30 p.m., Trey Houston to perform afterwards. Champagne with cornbread and black-eyed peas just after midnight. Price will be $25 per couple ($12.50 for singles).

Lake Texoma

Nov. 1: Birthday Bingo Weekend, kids’ candy bingo, please bring small gift for brown bag bingo, cake served.
Nov. 8: Salute to all veterans, Clay Potter Band.
Nov. 15: Campfire, lots of fun.
Nov. 22: Gospel Weekend with potluck of snacks, Ellis County Bluegrass performs.
Nov. 27-29: Thanksgiving potluck, bring enough to share for 10 people, Christmas craft day.
Dec. 6: Birthday bingo, remembering Pearl Harbor, kids bingo candy.
Dec. 13: Decorate Lake Texoma, hot cocoa and fun all day.
Dec. 20: Christmas craft, last minute gift ideas.
Dec. 27: White Elephant gift exchange, movies and games.

November 23-December 28
Grayson County 7th Annual Holiday Lights Show

Animated scenes of Christmas are a delight for the whole family. Located in Denison on Loy Lake off of Hwy 75, approximately 30 miles from the Lake Texoma Preserve.

December 5
Sherman Christmas Parade

This holiday parade starts at 7 p.m. on the corner of Travis and Mulberry and travels south to the Courthouse Square in Denison, 30 miles from the Lake Texoma Preserve.

December 5-6
7th Annual Snowflake Festival

Begins at 4 p.m. at the downtown square in Denison. Event includes children’s activities, live entertainment, food and fun for the entire family. Denison is 30 miles from the Lake Texoma Preserve.

Lake Whitney

Nov. 1: Haunted trail!
Nov. 8: Celebrate November birthdays and anniversaries with cake and ice cream.
Nov. 15: Be a contestant in the “Not-So-Newlywed Game” if you dare. Win prizes for correct answers about your spouse or significant other, discover secrets you might not want to know.
Nov. 22: Saturday evening potluck, enjoy good food with friends and maybe make new ones.
Nov. 27: Bring your family to join the Whitney family Thanksgiving Day feast. Turkey, ham, dressing and gravy will be provided by the preserve, you bring your favorite dish, enough to feed your family plus six more.
Nov. 29: The is the final weekend of activities until March 2009. We have the Plumb Country band to perform country tunes, old and new, they might even take requests. Bring your dancing shoes.

East

North Carolina

Forest Lake

Nov. 1-2: Chili cookoff.
Nov. 7-9: Veterans Day Weekend.
Nov. 14-16: Game night at the lodge.
Nov. 21-23: Holiday craft bazaar.
Nov. 27-29: Thanksgiving, we’ll go to a local parade.
Dec. 5-7: Game night at the lodge.
Dec. 12-14: Deck the halls.
Dec. 19-21: Christmas social.
Dec. 26-28: Soup day.

Tanglewood Festival of Lights
November and December
Tour the park by car, hay wagon, or horse-drawn carriage and see the holiday light show. Tanglewood Park is open nightly from 6 to 11 p.m. and is located 30 minutes from the Forest Lake Preserve. For more information call (336) 778-6300.

Pennsylvania

Scotrun (OW)

Nov. 8-9: Flea market and craft bazaar.
Nov. 14: Pirate Weekend, plan a skit and wear your finest pirate duds, prizes.
Nov. 21-23: Pool tournaments, ceramics and crafts.
Nov. 28-30: The Crossings is geared up for the weekend, fun and bargains for everyone.
Dec. 5-7: Tropical Island Weekend, fantasy getaway, hula contest, crafts and ceramics.
Dec. 12-14: Visit Bethlehem and enjoy the quaint shops, strolling musicians, house tours, carriage rides and more.
Dec. 19-21: Enjoy winter sports in the Poconos.
Dec. 26-28: Fun in the Poconos, crafts, shopping, skiing, tubing, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.

November 28-30
Chistkindle Market
A juried craft bazaar with entertainment sponsored by Artsquest. Located in Bethlehem, 40 miles from the Scotrun Preserve. For more information visit www.artsquest.com.

December 4-7, 11-14, 18-21
Christmas City
Weeklong holiday festivities featuring horse-drawn carriage rides, strolling musicians, jugglers, tours of the Moravian homes and more. Located in Bethlehem, 40 miles from the Scotrun Preserve. For more information visit www.christmascity.com.

November and December
Train Rides
Enjoy short train rides on the Scranton Limited on selected days through December 6. Tickets are $3/person, 6 and older. One person per departure may ride in the locomotive for an extra $30. Sponsored by the Steamtown National Historical Site in Scranton, 40 miles from the Scotrun Preserve. For more information call (888) 693-9391 or visit www.nps.gov/stea.

Virginia

Chesapeake Bay

Nov. 1: Casino night, play blackjack and win TT bucks to spend in the blind prize auction. Prizes guaranteed not to be fair.
Nov. 12: Quilting workshop, bring scissors and your work-in-progress.
Nov. 22: Native American basket weaving, materials provided.
Nov. 27: Thanksgiving feast, bring a covered dish to share, we’ll provide the turkey and dressing ($).
Nov. 29: Christmas crafts.
Dec. 15: Christmas gift craft.
Dec. 20: Winter solstice, sing Christmas carols.
Dec. 26-28: Christmas Recovery Weekend, relax here and enjoy the quiet.
Dec. 31: New Year’s Eve party, family-friendly, bring a heavy hors d’oeuvres to share, DJ.

November 7-8
50th Annual Urbanna Oyster Festival

Haled as one of the best small-town festivals on the East Coast, this festival celebrates the waterman heritage of Virginia’s Tidewater Country. Twenty miles up the road, the whole town of Urbanna closes for this two-day event, with two parades, over a hundred artists and crafters, live entertainment, and of course, mouth-watering seafood.

December 6
Gloucester Holiday Party
Drive into town to catch the Gloucester Holiday Parade at 2 p.m., or watch the Lighted Boat Parade on the York River in the evening. Call (804) 642-9942 for more information.

Concerts & Events

November 2008


FLORIDA

November 7 Lake County Swing Band Mid-Florida Lakes Yacht Club – Leesburg
November 7 ELS Golf Tournament Silver Dollar Golf & Trap Club – Odessa
November 8 Billiards Tournament Coquina Crossing at St. Augustine – Elkton
November 14 RVontheGo Welcome Party Harbor Lakes – Port Charlotte
November 14-15 Fall Theatre Production Coquina Crossing at St. Augustine – Elkton

December 2008


Florida

December 2 Coquina Chorus Holiday Concert Coquina Crossing at St. Augustine – Elkton
December 8 Golf Tournament Clerbrook Golf & RV Resort – Clermont
December 10 New Dawn Singers Southern Palms RV Resort – Eustis
December 12 Charlie Thomas & The Drifters Mid-Florida Lakes Yacht Club – Leesburg
December 13 Tribute to Liberace Bay Indies – Venice
December 13 Children’s Charity Harbor Lakes – Port Charlotte
December 17 Holiday Nights of Lights Train Ride Coquina Crossing at St. Augustine – Elkton
December 30 Homer Styles Southern Palms RV Resort – Eustis
December 31 Brothers’ Good Mid-Florida Lakes Yacht Club – Leesburg

TEXAS

December 9-11 Shuffleboard Tournament Country Sunshine RV Resort – Weslaco
December 13 Wine and Cheese Tasting Sunshine RV Resort – Harlingen
December 13 Johnnie Frances Dance Lakewood RV Resort – Harlingen
December 19 Al Mikesh Dance Southern Comfort RV Resort – Weslaco

January 2009


ARIZONA

January 3 David Levesque & Chris Pendleton Yuma Art Center – Yuma
January 5 Larry Linkin Paradise RV Resort – Sun City
January 9 David Levesque & Chris Pendleton Voyager RV Resort – Tucson
January 12 Todd Oliver Paradise RV Resort – Sun City
January 14 Fred Moyer – First Class Pianist Voyager RV Resort – Tucson
January 14 Todd Oliver Yuma Art Center – Yuma
January 15 Larry Linkin ViewPoint RV & Golf Resort – Mesa
January 15 The Drifters Monte Vista Village Resort – Mesa
January 16 The John Davidson Show Voyager RV Resort – Tucson
January 17 The Drifters Paradise RV Resort – Sun City
January 18 The Alley Cats Voyager RV Resort – Tucson
January 18 The Darts Gospel Group Paradise RV Resort – Sun City
January 19 David Levesque & Chris Pendleton Paradise RV Resort – Sun City
January 20 The Warnock Family Monte Vista Village Resort – Mesa
January 21 Nat King Cole Tribute Voyager RV Resort – Tucson
January 24 The John Davison Show ViewPoint RV & Golf Resort – Mesa
January 26 The Warnock Family Paradise RV Resort – Sun City
January 28 Keith Longbotham Show Paradise RV Resort – Sun City
January 29 The Stage Musical “The Lion King” Paradise RV Resort – Sun City
January 31 The Bob Anderson Show Monte Vista Village Resort – Mesa

FLORIDA

January 8 P.J. Talent Agency Showcase Mid-Florida Lakes Yacht Club – Leesburg
January 9 Tommy O with comic Joe Bettie Mid-Florida Lakes Yacht Club – Leesburg
January 10 Mark and Clark Bay Indies – Venice
January 11 Dance to Len & Lois Gulf View – Punta Gorda
January 12 Golf Scramble Gulf View – Punta Gorda
January 12 Shuffleboard Tournament Coquina Crossing at St. Augustine – Elkton
January 15 Cahal Dunne Rambler’s Rest Resort – Venice
January 15 The Marlins Clerbrook Golf & RV Resort – Clermont
January 24 Sweethearts of Branson Gulf View – Punta Gorda
January 24 Together at Last Concert Coquina Crossing at St. Augustine – Elkton
January 24 Tribute to Patsy Cline Bay Indies – Venice
January 27 Golf Tournament Clerbrook Golf & RV Resort – Clermont
January 28 Memories of the Mills Brothers Concert Royal Coachman Resort – Nokomis
January 31 Kevin Spencer & Friends Gospel Clerbrook Golf & RV Resort – Clermont
January 31 Memories of the Mills Brothers Concert Mid-Florida Lakes Yacht Club – Leesburg

TEXAS

January 7 Ann & Vickie Show Paradise Park RV Resort – Harlingen
January 10 Gordy & Debbie Lakewood RV Resort – Harlingen
January 17 Roaring 20’s Party Paradise South RV Resort – Mercedes
January 24 50’s Rock and Roll Party Sunshine RV Resort – Harlingen

February 2009


ARIZONA

February 1 Sweet Presence Gospel Group Paradise RV Resort – Sun City
February 2 Mac Frampton “Solo Pops Concert Pianist” Paradise RV Resort – Sun City
February 4 The Warnock Family from Branson, MO Yuma Art Center – Yuma
February 6 The Barbary Coast Dixieland Band Voyager RV Resort – Tucson
February 9 Splinter Middleton & Sheila Davis Paradise RV Resort – Sun City
February 10 Mac Frampton “Solo Pops Concert Pianist” Monte Vista Village Resort – Mesa
February 12 Mac Frampton “Solo Pops Concert Pianist” ViewPoint RV & Golf Resort – Mesa
February 15 Kathy Peak Southern Gospel Paradise RV Resort – Sun City
February 16 The Barbary Coast Dixieland Band Paradise RV Resort – Sun City
February 17 Ray Anthony La Bamba Tour Monte Vista Village Resort – Mesa
February 21 The Lowe Family ViewPoint RV & Golf Resort – Mesa
February 23 Ray Anthony La Bamba Tour Paradise RV Resort – Sun City
February 24 The Barbary Coast Dixieland Band Monte Vista Village Resort – Mesa
February 25 Ray Anthony La Bamba Tour Yuma Art Center – Yuma
February 26 The Barbary Coast Dixieland Band ViewPoint RV & Golf Resort – Mesa

FLORIDA

February 2 Court Bocce Southern Palms RV Resort – Eusti
February 3 RVontheGo Concert: Tommy Cash Royal Coachman Resort – Nokomis
February 4 Tommy & Joanne Cash Southern Palms RV Resort – Eustis
February 5 Tommy Cash Clerbrook Golf & RV Resort – Clermont
February 5 Brian Roman Rambler’s Rest Resort – Venice
February 5-8 Fishing Tournament
Sunshine Key RV Resort & Marina – Big Pine Key
February 7 Euchre Tournament Coquina Crossing at St. Augustine – Elkton
February 9-10 ELS Game Days Daytona Beach area
February 9-11 ELS Game Days Orlando/Leesburg area
February 9-12 2nd Annual Equity Expo Ft. Myers
February 9-12 ELS Game Days Ft. Lauderdale area
February 12 Willie & Company Royal Coachman Resort – Nokomis
February 14 Greg Bonham Show Bay Indies – Venice
February 17 Lawn Bocce Ball Southern Palms RV Resort – Eustis
February 18-20 ELS Game Days Tampa/Clearwater area
February 19 The Platters
Silver Dollar Golf & Trap Club – Odessa
February 19 Yearly’s Sweethearts of Branson Show
Clerbrook Golf & RV Resort – Clermont
February 20 Doug Gabriel Show Mid-Florida Lakes Yacht Club – Leesburg
February 20 The Platters Coral Cay Plantation – Margate
February 20 Golf Tournament Southern Palms RV Resort – Eustis
February 20-22 ELS Game Days Bradenton/Sarasota area
February 21 Hollywood Revisited Bay Indies – Venice
February 21 Billiards Tournament Coquina Crossing at St. Augustine – Elkton
February 22 Craft Showcase Harbor Lakes – Port Charlotte
February 23 Doug Gabriel Show Gulf View – Punta Gorda
February 24 Brian Roman Manatee RV Resort – Bradenton
February 25 Richard Kisor/Charlie McCoy Southern Palms RV Resort – Eustis
February 26 Willie & Company Rambler’s Rest Resort – Venice
February 27 Fishing Tournament Grand Island Resort – Leesburg
February 28 Woodcarver Show Harbor Lakes – Port Charlotte
February 28 Prom Dance Gulf View – Punta Gorda
February 28 "Diamond" Neil Diamond Tribute Concert Maralago Cay – Lantana
February 28 4:2:Five Bay Indies – Venice

TEXAS

February 7 Cajun Travelers Show Paradise Park RV Resort – Harlingen
February 18 Barbara Fairchild Southern Comfort RV Resort – Weslaco
February 27 Jan & Nori Lakewood RV Resort – Harlingen

March 2009


ARIZONA

March 1 New Odyssey Music & Comedy Yuma Art Center – Yuma
March 2 John Locke & Katie West Yuma Art Center – Yuma
March 6 Jimmy Travis Music & Comedy Voyager RV Resort – Tucson
March 9 John Locke & Katie West Paradise RV Resort – Sun City
March 10 Jimmy Travis Music & Comedy Monte Vista Village Resort – Mesa
March 12 Jimmy Travis Music & Comedy ViewPoint RV & Golf Resort – Mesa
March 14 Denny Yearly & Sheila Renee Monte Vista Village Resort – Mesa
March 15 The Blackwood Brothers Paradise RV Resort – Sun City
March 16 New Odyssey Music & Comedy Paradise RV Resort – Sun City
March 18 The Alley Cats Voyager RV Resort – Tucson
March 20 New Odyssey Music & Comedy Voyager RV Resort – Tucson
March 21 The Dutton Family ViewPoint RV & Golf Resort – Mesa
March 22 Melody Boys Paradise RV Resort – Sun City
March 23 Doug Gabriel & Family Paradise RV Resort – Sun City
March 24 Doug Gabriel & Family ViewPoint RV & Golf Resort – Mesa
March 26 New Odyssey Music & Comedy ViewPoint RV & Golf Resort – Mesa

FLORIDA

March 1 Mah-Jong Tournament Coquina Crossing at St. Augustine – Elkton
March 4 Mystery Bus Trip Gulf View – Punta Gorda
March 5 Vero Games Countryside at Vero Beach – Vero Beach
March 5 Red Hot Jubilee Jam Royal Coachman Resort – Nokomis
March 6 Clerbrook’s Variety Show (2 shows) Clerbrook Golf & RV Resort – Clermont
March 7 Golf Tournament Coquina Crossing at St. Augustine – Elkton
March 12 Golf Tournament Clerbrook Golf & RV Resort – Clermont
March 13 “Diamond” Neil Diamond Tribute Concert Clerbrook Golf & RV Resort – Clermont
March 13 Together at Last Concert Mid-Florida Lakes Yacht Club – Leesburg
March 14 Western Dinner & Dance Harbor Lakes – Port Charlotte
March 14 RVontheGo Concert: Together at Last Royal Coachman Resort – Nokomis
March 14 Tribute to The Beatles Bay Indies – Venice
March 20 Classic Car Show Royal Coachman Resort – Nokomis
March 21 Shae Laurel
Rambler’s Rest Resort – Venice
March 23 Shuffleboard Tournament Coquina Crossing at St. Augustine – Elkton
March 26 Together at Last Concert Clerbrook Golf & RV Resort – Clermont

TEXAS

March 4 Laughing Birds Country Sunshine RV Resort – Weslaco
March 6 Rodeo/Western Days Paradise South RV Resort – Mercedes
March 15 Laughing Birds Lakewood RV Resort – Harlingen
March 18 Luau Fun-N-Sun RV Resort – San Benito
March 22 Bones (Don DeCamps) Southern Comfort RV Resort – Weslaco

April 2009


FLORIDA

April 3 Talent Show Coquina Crossing at St. Augustine – Elkton
April 3 Tom Carlile Las Vegas Revue Mid-Florida Lakes Yacht Club – Leesburg
April 9 ELS Golf Tournament Silver Dollar Golf & Trap Club – Odessa

New England

 

British Columbia