Frances Hackley, Publicity Chair
The Robson Ranch Music Club ended the year with the New Year’s Eve Dinner/Dance. The evening was a perfect ending to the year, celebrating with neighbors and friends. The grill served a great meal, then patrons danced their happy little feet right into the new year. DJ Michael O’Brien, along with guests’ requests, chose just the right mix of songs to keep everyone shaking their tail feathers well into the new year. The venue looked great thanks to Carol Copeland and her team. Even better looking were the guests. You folks looked delightfully stunning, which is how the DJ got so many formidable pictures of the crowd. Which leads us right into the next dance, also with DJ Michael O’Brien spinning the songs and setting up Karaoke.
“The Jig Is Up” St. Patrick’s Day Dance, sponsored by the Music Club, is on March 11 at 7 p.m. Come and join in on all the “shenanigans,” and party like you’re Irish. After all, everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day! Come to the “sesh,” as the Irish say, and do a little jig or croon a little song. This year we are offering a “Light Irish Supper” consisting of two corned beef sliders with cheese, thousand island dressing, and a cup of potato soup. Tickets are $15 for the dance and $10 for the meal. Tickets go on sale in the clubhouse from 9 to 11 a.m. every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from Feb. 21 through March 4, then the next Monday and Wednesday, March 7 and 9. Tickets will also be available via PayPal beginning Feb. 21 on our website rrmusicclub.com. Tickets for the dance are $16, and tickets for the dance with food are $26. The meal ticket must be purchased by March 9, and dinner will be served at 7 p.m. So, we have your eating and your dancing all covered. Now, how about the drinkin’? Well, as luck will have it, we are all over that like a leprechaun on a pot of gold. To keep your “Irish Eyes a Smiling,” there will be a cash bar with a few special Irish-themed drinks. You will definitely want to “swill” back a tasty Irish coffee, Irish beer, Bailey’s Irish Cream, or a very special “Shamrock Cocktail.” Our first dance party of the new year promises to be “Craic.” You know, if you are lucky enough to be Irish, you’re lucky enough! For those of us who aren’t, for this one day, we get to party like we are! Come, wear your green, and start the year off jigging your way right into a new year of Irish Luck! As the Irish say, “May neighbors respect you, trouble neglect you, the angels protect you, and the heavens accept you!” Come get “jiggy with us.” Go to rrmusicclub.com for all information and upcoming events.