Be a part of it
Digital Photography Basics Class
Saturdays, October 11, 18, 25
$15 pp Residents
Register by October 10!
Instructor: Parkside Resident, Roger Degler.
Saturday, October 25
12 - 5 pm
All ages welcome!
FREE to attend. Bring cash for food vendors. Purchase tickets or wristbands to do the rides and games.
$2 per ticket or $5 unlimited wristband - purchase at the gate.
Celebrate Fall at our annual Fall Festival featuring pony rides, a gyro orbitron, pumpkin patch, hay jump, face painting, craft vendors, photo booth, food vendors and more!
Pumpkin Patch Garden and Hot dog booth by Boy Scouts- Pack 902
Hay jump sponsored by The Groundskeeper
Photo Booth and Face Painting by the Anthem K8 PTA
Enter through the East Lawn gate next to the Community Center. Purchase your tickets/wristbands there.
Texas Hold 'Em - Tuesdays at 6 pm. Register by the Sunday before. Drop ins permitted. No fee to register. $10 buy in.
- Bingo - Thursday, October 9 from 6 - 8 pm. 3 cards for $9. Bring a snack and win some cash prizes! Register by October 7! After 10/7, cost is $14 pp.
- Afternoon Games 1 to 3 pm - Mexican Train 1st & 3rd Friday; Bridge 2nd & 4th Monday; Bunco 1st & 3rd Tuesday; Dominoes 1st & 3rd Wednesday; Hand & Foot 2nd & 4th Thursday. FREE!
Wine & Dine - Join us Friday, October 24 for a potluck! Theme is Foods that Start with "P"! Last names beginning with K-N should bring a dessert to share. All others bring a main dish or side dish. We provide plates, bowls, flatware, napkins, disposable wine and water glasses, ice water, tablecloths and power surge protectors for crock pots. There will be a table lottery at 6 pm to determine which table will be served first. Please refrain from eating until after your table is called. Please register by October 22!
- Monthly Casino Bus Trip - 2nd Monday of each month. Bus departs at 9 am from Community Center. Ages 21+. REGISTER! $5 cash deposit to hold your spot.
Anthem Parkside at Merrill Ranch team is committed to provide a welcoming environment where families are strengthened, friendships thrive and bodies and minds are stimulated. We will work side by side with residents to develop a community of distinct identity that embraces the diversity of our residents and strives to provide programs and activities for a wide range of interests. We are dedicated to protect the community resources and pledge to focus on being fair and consistent in our policies and practices. We believe in empowering our staff to make decisions and giving them opportunities for training and career growth.