Golden Village Palms RV Resort
The Sun Catcher
November To Remember Falling leaves, earlier sunsets, turkey and pickles? Well, Pickleball. Golden Village is so proud to announce the opening of our courts. Please attend our Grand Opening Ceremony on Wednesday, November 7 at 11:00am. We have a special prize for the first 50 to arrive at the courts at 10:30am.
Each one of you are invited to our GVP Family Thanksgiving Dinner. At Craft Bazaar Sat., Nov.3 tendees are in groups of 16, a captain for each group is responsible for organizsign-up for a table ing the meal and making sure the turkey gets cooked. The Resort provides the turkeys and the you bring a dish to share. Please sign up in the Activity Office RV Flush Seminar 11/9 after Nov. 1, 2012. Pick up your VIP card from the front desk. Every Friday a Welcome Reception is held at 3:30pm whether you have Welcome Receptions just arrived or a long time guest. We would love to have you join us for some every Friday wine and cheese. You love your dogs and so do we. Bring your well mannered pooch to the Dog Park Thursdays 3:30-4:30pm for our weekly Bark & Wine. Complimentary wine and dog treats served (Begins Nov.1).
Ladies Night w/Mary Kay 11/12 Farmers Market
Tuesdays We have so many things underway this month please make sure you get a calendar from the front desk at the beginning of each month. We try to give Breakfast socials you a preview for the upcoming month, but many updates occur so please get Fridays 8-9am your updated calendar. You can also keep updated by checking our on-line calendar at www.goldenvillagepalms.com. If you would like to receive updates and Saturday Night Dances specials via email this is a great time and stop by the front desk to make sure See calendar we have your current email address.
This is going to be a great season let’s enjoy it together!!!
Golden Village Palms RV Resort 3600 W. Florida Ave Hemet CA 92545 Phone: 951-925-4123 Fax: 951-929-5672
CAR SHOW, CRAFT BAZAAR, POOLSIDE MUSIC AND FOOD! SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2013 THE FUN BEGINS AT 9AM!
Questions or comments regarding activities? Contact Events Coordinator, Tracie Rodgers 951-925-4123 ext. 2011
Please remember no food or
Tickets on sale now at the front desk $10 per person.
doggie bags in the recycle bins.
Childrenâ€™s concert and warm cookies About Pickleball
The game is easier to play than tennis or badminton because the shorter racquets require less hand-eye coordination, the underhand style is easier on the joints, the smaller court means less distance running and the perforated ball travels at onethird of the average speed of a tennis ball, making each rally longer. This makes pickleball more accessible to a wider range of players, particularly children and seniors. A pickleball court is 20 feet by 44 feet for both singles and doubles matches. The net across the middle of the court is 34 inches high in the middle of the court and goes up to 36 inches at each end. Each player uses an official pickleball paddle, which is similar in size and style to a table tennis paddle. The ball is made of plastic and has holes in it and is three inches in diameter. Invented as a backyard pastime, pickleball is now an organized sport represented by national and international governing bodies. Since its inception, pickleball has spread across the United States and into Canada. Its best-known competitor is Bill Gates. The United States Pickleball Association estimates there are more than 100,000 active pickleball players in the U.S. In Canada, where the game is still relatively new, there are already more than 5,000 players in just four provinces: British Columbia, Alberta, Quebec and Ontario.