Graceland Ninjaz – Rockin The Ranch Concert & Dinner Series March 21
Get ready to rock the Ranch with the King of Party Bands Graceland Ninjaz. The buffet will be London broil, red wine demi-glace, mashed potatoes, chef’s vegetables. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., buffet starts at 7 p.m., and band starts at 7:45 p.m.
Price: $40 per person. Tickets can be purchased at the Activities Director’s Office.
16th Annual Living Well Health Fair April 4
The 16th annual Robson Ranch Living Well Health Fair will be held on Saturday, April 4 in the clubhouse during the hours of 9 a.m.-1 p.m. There are many dental, medical, nutritional, retail, assisted living, hospice, insurance businesses; it’s a great opportunity to get some questions answered or find that medical professional you might have been looking for in the area!
Free admission. Blood drive in parking lot. Email will be sent for signups.
The Hot Yeah! Concert & Dinner April 4
The Hot Yeah! is a D/FW area event and party band. They play anything from Elvis to Jessie J to Stevie Wonder to Beyoncé. The group’s musical prowess is tough to top, most of them have played together extensively in other formats for more than a decade. They also like to party and have a good time. When you come to a Hot Yeah event, plan on singing along – you won’t be able to resist! The buffet will be chicken parmesan, Caesar salad, and breadsticks. Doors open at 6 p.m., buffet starts 6:30 p.m., and band starts at 7:30 p.m.
Price: $32 per person. Tickets can be purchased at the Activities Director’s Office.
UNT Vocal Jazz Concert April 7
The UNT Jazz Singers is the premier vocal jazz ensemble within the Division of Jazz Studies in the College of Music. Under the direction of Jennifer Barnes, Jazz Singers consists of twelve vocalists and a four-piece rhythm section that perform a challenging and varied repertoire of jazz and jazz-influenced music, emphasizing close vocal harmonies, cutting-edge repertoire, and improvisation. The UNT Jazz Singers has performed at state, national, and international music conferences and festivals, including those for the Jazz Education Network, International Association for Jazz Education, the American Choral Directors Association, and the Texas Music Educators Association.
Price: $10 per person. Tickets can be purchased at the Activities Director’s Office starting March 9.
Lyndy Phillips Comedy Magic Show April 24
Lyndy makes your event unique by performing hilarious comedy with amazing magic that leave guests scratching their heads in wonderment. It’s highly interactive with members of the audience participating in the show. Lyndy Phillips is a dynamic, inspirational, funny speaker and comedy magician who recharges, renews, and refreshes audiences with his positive, upbeat presentations. He’s highly entertaining with 100% clean humor, comedy magic, and audience involvement and he’s inspirational with messages on reducing stress and personal value.
Price: $26 per person. Tickets can be purchased at the Activities’ Director’s Office starting March 23.
Shredding/Recycling Day May 2
9–11 a.m. Shredding; Cost: $5 (cash) per bag or box
Computer hard drive or printers crushed: $5 ea. (cash)
Magic Shred will take any paper documents that you need shredded. You’ll be able to have all of your personal papers (bank statements, tax returns, etc.) shredded for $5 per box or bag.
Computer Crushers will take virtually any computer or electronic device. There will be a $5 charge to crush hard drives or printers. They will not be able to take old televisions.
City of Denton will have a Drug Disposal Service and Battery Drop-Off again this time. We will not be accepting Hazardous Waste at the Recycling Event. Bring any medications that are expired or you no longer need in the original bottles or containers. Do not bring any needles or syringes.
For your safety, we ask that you do not park your vehicle and walk to the shredding sites due to vehicles moving through the parking lot. There will only be one entrance as all payment will need to go through the Activities Director.