Fall 2019 Program Guide


2019 Fall Program Guide

September | October | November


All September programs are open for registration.

Passport to Art

Monday, Sept. 9

5:30 to 7 p.m. | Desert Camp

Ages 21+ | Free

Local Cave Creek artist Jane Boggs

specializes in the organic medium of

gourd art. Boggs began combining

her fascination of Native American

Indian and African cultures with this

wonderful emerging art form in 1995.

Learn about her intensive technique

in making the gourds come alive with

a story and spirit all their own.

Grapenuts: Rosé Everyday

Wednesday, Sept. 11

6 to 8 p.m. | Desert Camp

Ages 21+ | Free

Expand your pink horizons beyond

California and France. Did you know

there are some fantastic rosé wines

produced in places like Italy, Argentina,

Arizona, Oregon and elsewhere?

Join neighbors to compare them and

discover why they’ve gained so much

popularity in recent years. Please bring

a bottle of rosé and an appetizer to

share with others.

Overnight Camp at

Phoenix Zoo

Friday, Sept. 13 | Drop off at 6:15 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 14 | Pickup at 9 a.m.

Ages 8 to 14 | $65

Children will sleep under the stars

during this unique overnight camping

trip at the Phoenix Zoo. Kids will

enjoy guided night hikes, up-close

animal encounters and participate

in educational and STEM themed

activities. The evening wouldn’t be

complete without a barbeque dinner

and s’mores roasted over a campfire.

In the morning, they’ll wake to the

sounds of Siamang gibbons and


TGIF Little Wranglers:


Friday, Sept. 13

6 to 8 p.m. | The Homestead

Ages 4 to 7 | $23

Calling all heroes to suit-up for a

super night of fun alongside

fellow Avengers! Children

will create a signature look

by designing their own

cape. Special guests will

also stop by to help train

these little heroes

through engaging

games and activities.

Pizza and beverages


Lifelong Learning: American

Indian Culture through Music

Thursday, Sept. 19

6 to 7:30 p.m. | Desert Camp

Ages 13+ | $7

Music has always been at the very

heart of American Indian culture.

This interactive presentation begins

with the instructor performing his

tribe’s (Ponca Nation of Oklahoma)

Flag Honoring Song. Various Plainsstyle

social songs are rendered

with song meanings, formats and

musical structures being conveyed.

Participants are then given the

opportunity to handle various

traditional instruments such as

drums, flutes, whistles and rattles

while learning about how the items

were made and the meanings behind

them. The program concludes with

a heartfelt Southern Plains Quitting


Lifelong Learning Field Trip:

Heard Museum

Friday, Sept. 20

10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Departs The Homestead

Ages 13+ | $21

Take an educational trip through

the American Indian Southwest.

After learning about American

Indian instruments in the Lifelong

Learning lecture on Sept. 19, extend

the experience with a private tour

of the internationally acclaimed

Heard Museum in Phoenix. A

museum docent will lead residents in

exploring special exhibits, answering

questions and providing personal

insight to beautiful pottery, clothing

and paintings.

Mother Daughter

Tea Party

Saturday, Sept. 21

2 to 5 p.m. | The Phoenician

Ages 4+ | $33 per person

Moms and daughters are invited

to experience a luxurious tea

service at The Phoenician.

This English tradition includes

finger sandwiches, scones with

Devonshire cream and preserves,

pastries and a selection of

fine blends offering guests

personalization of their tea.

Classic and contemporary music

played by renowned pianist Allen

Comyns provides a charming

backdrop for this special

afternoon together.


Details are subject to change. Visit DCRanch.com/calendar for most current information and to register.


Creative Arts Class:

Merlot and Monet

Thursday, Oct. 3

5:30 to 8 p.m. | Desert Camp

Ages 21+ | $33

Registration opens Sept. 2

Channel your inner artist with an

engaging, hands-on exploration of the

creative arts. Painting instructor Carrie

Curran will lead participants of all

levels in painting a beautiful rendition

of Monet’s Water Lillies. All materials

provided, plus appetizers and wine.

The Home and Landscape Expo

Wednesday, Oct. 9

4 to 7 p.m. | The Homestead | Free

The Home and Landscape Expo, sponsored by the Ranch

Association, is ideal for residents who need to complete a

home improvement project or are considering a modification.

Learn about the DC Ranch community standards and how they

apply to existing or proposed projects. Experts on lighting,

painting and home water management will give presentations

at 4:30 and 6 p.m. Ranch Association staff will also be on

hand for guidance and to answer questions on the approval

process for making exterior home and landscape changes.

Information booths will offer additional home improvement

ideas, products and trends.

Grapenuts: Rioja Reds

Wednesday, Oct. 9

6 to 8 p.m. | Desert Camp

Ages 21+ | Free

RSVP opens Sept. 11

The wines of Spain’s La Rioja

region spend anywhere from zero

to 2+ years in oak, allowing these

Tempranillo-heavy reds to showcase

a broad range of flavors and textures.

Residents will try to guess how much

oak each bottle has seen. Please

bring a Rioja

red and an

appetizer to go

with your wine

and share with

others. Space is


16th Annual Tour de Scottsdale

Sunday, Oct. 13

6:30 a.m. to Noon | Market Street

Register at tourdescottsdale.net

Join the 16th annual Tour de Scottsdale on Market Street at DC Ranch.

Come cheer on cyclists from all over the country and enjoy live music

from 8 a.m. to Noon. New this year, grab a cold beer or glass of wine from

the beer garden! Proceeds from the Tour and the beer garden benefit the

McDowell Sonoran Conservancy, the organization responsible for managing

Scottsdale’s McDowell Sonoran Preserve. The Tour is produced by DC

Ranch to showcase the community’s values of environmental stewardship,

healthy living and connection to the greater Valley community.

Road cyclists can choose a 70-mile endurance event filled with challenging

climbs, fast descents and stunning views or a 30-mile tour of north

Scottsdale with sweeping vistas.

Details are subject to change. Visit DCRanch.com/calendar for most current information and to register. 3


Women’s Club: Fall Social

Thursday, Oct. 10

5 to 7 p.m. | Desert Camp

Ages 21+ | Free

RSVP opens Sept. 9

Spend an evening of conversation

and laughs with the DC Ranch

Women’s Club. The Fall Social is

the perfect prelude to fall festivities

and a great opportunity to catch up

with neighbors and friends over light

refreshments and drinks on the north

patio at Desert Camp Community


Spotlight Speaker Series:

Protecting Leaders of the Free World

Wednesday, Oct. 16

6 to 7:30 p.m. | The Homestead

Ages 21+ | Free

RSVP opens Sept. 19

Canasta for Beginners

Wednesday: Oct. 16, 23, 30 and Nov. 6

10 a.m. to Noon | Desert Camp

Ages 21 + | $44

Registration opens Sept. 16

Canasta is a versatile and fun card

game, but it can be intimidating to

learn. Join this 4-week instructor led

series to learn the basics of the game

in a small group setting. Space is


Arizona native Cristina Beloud will share the story of her 25-year Secret

Service career – including being on scene following the assassination

attempt on Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, how she

became supervisor of the protective division and lessons learned about

overcoming the odds in a male-dominated line of work. She will also

speak about the journey of her life and the new chapter in her career with


Doors open at 6 p.m., program begins at 6:30 p.m. Complimentary

appetizers, wine and beer provided.

Food Truck Night:

Taste of Hawaii

Thursday, Oct. 17

5 to 7:30 p.m. | Desert Camp

Say aloha to some memorable eats

and pull up a seat with neighbors!

Flyin’ Hawaiian will serve authentic

items inspired by the islands

including coconut shrimp, pork belly

and teriyaki chicken with sides such

as mac salad, rice and kimchi. For

dessert, cool down at the Happy

Honu truck with some fluffy shaved

ice in a variety of delicious flavors.

DC Ranch Hiking Group

Saturday, Oct. 19

9 a.m. to Noon | The Homestead

Ages 13+ | Free

RSVP opens Sept. 16

Join a guided hike that will showcase

recent improvements to the paths

and trails system. This easy to

moderate hike will take place in

Desert Parks. Hikers are welcome to

go at their own pace. Dogs are also

welcome as long as they are kept on

a leash and picked up after. Please

wear comfortable shoes and bring

plenty of water.


Details are subject to change. Visit DCRanch.com/calendar for most current information and to register.

Parent Education Series

Calling all parents, grandparents

and caregivers! DC Ranch

Community Council and

notMykid have partnered to offer

residents a series of programs

to gain valuable information that

empowers families to prevent

negative youth behavior.

Substance Abuse:

Understanding the Influence

Wednesday, Oct. 23

6 to 7 p.m. | Desert Camp

Ages 21+ | Free

RSVP open now

Prickly Pumpkin Patch

Thursday, Oct. 24

4:30 to 5:30 p.m. | Desert Camp

Ages 0-8 | $7

Registration opens Sept. 23

Head to Desert Camp for a fun afternoon of pumpkin picking, creative

crafting and fall fun. Children will get to pick a pumpkin of their very own

to take home, carve and decorate! The Prickly Pumpkin Patch will make the

perfect backdrop for festive family photos. Cookies and apple cider will be

provided. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Gain critical information on how

to protect your children from the

dangers of drugs and discuss this

topic with family members.

Arizona Oddities

Friday, Oct. 25

6 to 7:30 p.m. | Desert Camp

Ages 21+ | Free

RSVP opens Sept. 23

Join “Hipstorian” Marshall Shore

as he uses old film footage,

photographs, sound recordings and

artifacts to bring Arizona history

to life during this entertaining and

educational presentation.

Spooky Carnival: Boom! Wham! Pow!

Saturday, Oct. 26

5 to 8 p.m. | Desert Camp

Ages 0-3 free | 4-12 $9 | 13+ $17

Registration opens Sept. 23

Bam! Pow! Don’t miss all the Halloween action at this classic comic bookthemed

Signature event. Spidey senses will be tingling with a superhero

showdown, game booths, a DJ dance party, create a comic activity, the

Hulk smash station and much more. Ticket price includes a buffet dinner

with gluten free and vegan options available.

Men’s Club:

Monday Night Football

Monday, Oct. 28

5 to 8 p.m.

All American Modern Sports Grill

Ages 21+ | RSVP opens Sept. 30

Are you ready for some football?

Join the DC Ranch Men’s Club for

Monday Night Football. Meet up with

neighbors as you watch the Miami

Dolphins take on the Pittsburgh

Steelers. Food and drink to be

purchased on your own.

Details are subject to change. Visit DCRanch.com/calendar for most current information and to register. 5



Saturday, Nov. 2

9 to 10 a.m. | Desert Camp

Ages 21+ | Free

Registration opens Oct. 7

Join the first ever BYOD (Bring Your Own

Dog) yoga, or Doga, event at Desert

Camp! Come bond with other pet and

yoga lovers. The instructor will lead

poses that incorporate the dog into yoga

practice and promote a calm environment

for humans and canines alike. Please bring

your own yoga mat, water, towel, dog toy

and leash. DC Ranch will have training

treats available. This event will accept

donations for Foothills Animal Rescue in

lieu of a registration fee.

TGIF Little Wranglers:

Happy Camper

Friday, Nov. 8

5:30 to 8:30 p.m. | Desert Camp

Ages 4 to 7 | $23

Registration opens Oct. 7

Little ones will enjoy an ultimate

outdoor experience with friends.

Arranged by AZ Sleepy Teepee,

this special “camp out” includes

s’mores, games and sing-a-longs for

an evening of fun. A large tent will

be set up for lounging and movie

watching. Dinner included.

Pickleball Clinic

Sunday, Nov. 3

Intermediate: 9 to 10:30 a.m.

Beginners: 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Desert Camp

Ages 14+ | $17

Registration opens Oct. 7

Pickleball is the fastest growing

sport in the United States. USAPA

Pickleball instructor James Valleskey

will provide two clinics: one for

those who want to learn the basics

of playing and one for those looking

to improve their strategy. A limited

number of spaces are available.

Equipment will be provided.

Food Truck Night:

New Orleans Style

Wednesday, Nov. 6

5 to 7:30 p.m. | Desert Camp

Mingo’s Louisiana Kitchen Mobile

Cafe is rolling into DC Ranch and

serving up delicious authentic New

Orleans Cajun cuisine. Join your

neighbors for a classic po’ boy or

jambalaya with all the fixins’. For

dessert, The Beignet and Coffee

Shack will serve the signature pastry

of the Big Easy plus chicory coffee.

The light, pillowy pastries come plain

with a generous dusting of powdered

sugar or filled with creams and jams

for some extra decadence.

TGIF Tweens: KTR

(Kids That Rip)

Friday, Nov. 8

5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Departs from Desert Camp

Ages 8 to 12 | $33

Registration opens Oct. 7

Tweens will have a blast at KTR —

the new ULTIMATE Indoor Action

Sports Playground in Scottsdale! In

this safe, family-friendly environment,

everyone is encouraged to push the

limits of play. Compete in the dodge

ball and ninja warrior areas. Practice

moves on the tumbling mats and

trampolines. Bring skateboards and

scooters for use in the skate park

area. Pizza and drinks included.


Details are subject to change. Visit DCRanch.com/calendar for most current information and to register.

Off the Ranch: Bowling

Friday, Nov. 8

6 to 8 p.m. | Bowlero

Ages 21+ | $28

Registration opens Oct. 6

Strike up some fun with neighbors at the new high-tech Bowlero off the

Loop 101 and Scottsdale Rd. Ticket price includes two hours of bowling,

appetizers, two drinks and shoe rental. Roll on over!

Women’s Club:

Annual Scavenger Hunt

Saturday, Nov. 9

1 to 4 p.m.

Ages 21+ | Free

RSVP opens Oct. 7

The DC Ranch Women’s Club Annual

Scavenger Hunt is back by popular

demand. Participants will register

as individuals and be placed into

teams to solve clues and take photo

evidence. This is a fun opportunity

to make new friends while exploring

the community and getting some

steps in. Prizes for the winning team

members will be presented at the

final stop, along with beverages and

small bites.

Grapenuts: Wine and

Cheese Pairing

Wednesday, Nov. 13

6 to 8 p.m. | Desert Camp

Ages 21+ | Free

RSVP opens Oct. 9

A perfect pairing of wine and cheese

occurs when the flavor of one

enhances the flavor of the other.

Residents will explore how to pair

wine and cheese so they can find

their own perfect match. Please

bring a bottle of wine and cheese to

serve and share with others. Space is


Kids Cuisine

Friday, Nov. 15

5:30 to 8 p.m. | The Homestead

Ages 9 to 15 | $33

Registrations opens Oct. 14

Does your son or daughter want

to be the next Master Chef Jr.?

Kids will join a professional chef in

The Homestead kitchen to create

a delicious Mexican-themed meal.

Participants will learn valuable

culinary techniques and nutrition

information while connecting with

other young foodies during this

interactive cooking class. Everyone

will enjoy the fruits of their labor by

sharing the meal together.

DC Ranch Hiking Group

Saturday, Nov. 16

9 a.m. to Noon

Departs from Copper Ridge School

Ages 13+ | Free

RSVP opens Oct. 14

Join this final guided hike of the year

departing from Copper Ridge School

and taking hikers into the Preserve.

The level of difficulty is easy to

moderate. The hike will showcase

improvements made to the paths and

trails that include an updated trail

map. Residents are encouraged to

wear comfortable shoes and bring

plenty of water.

Potluck and Karaoke

Saturday, Nov. 16

5 to 8 p.m. | Desert Camp

Ages 21+ | Free

RSVP opens Oct. 7

Bring your best dish and request a

favorite song at this first ever event

co-hosted by the DC Ranch Women’s

Club and Men’s Club. Come get to

know other residents during what’s

sure to be a fun evening.

Details are subject to change. Visit DCRanch.com/calendar for most current information and to register. 7


Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre

Sunday, Nov. 17

6 to 9 p.m. | The Homestead

Ages 21+ | $55

Registration opens Oct. 14

This hilarious, interactive murder mystery dinner theatre allows residents

to see a show, enjoy a three-course meal and become a detective. Each

audience member is given a dossier at the beginning of the show containing

clues, information and a simple set of whodunnit questions which determine

who wins the Super Sleuth prize at the end of the show. Set in the ‘Silent

Film Era’ of 1920’s Hollywood, participants are among Hollywood’s elite

attending the world premiere of a romantic action film — so feel free to

dress the part! Best dressed couple will also win a prize.

Parent Education Series

Calling all parents, grandparents

and caregivers! DC Ranch

Community Council and

notMykid have partnered to offer

residents a series of programs

to gain valuable information that

empowers families to prevent

negative youth behavior.

Cyber Safety:

Understanding the Hidden

Dangers of the Internet

Thursday, Nov. 21

6 to 7 p.m. | Desert Camp

Ages 21+ | Free

RSVP now open

The final class in this series

provides up to date information

on preventing internet misuse

by children, the impact of social

media and how to create a family

protection plan.

Game Night: Viva Las Vegas

Saturday, Nov. 23

7 to 9 p.m. | The Homestead

Ages 21+ | $23

Registration opens Oct. 21

Feeling lucky? Take a chance and join

friends and neighbors for a night of

fun playing classic casino games. The

Homestead will be transformed with

Craps, Roulette, Poker, Blackjack and

authentic showgirl greeters. Light

appetizers and beverages included.

Tokens will be provided.

DC Ranch Gives: Harvest

Compassion Center

Saturday, Nov. 30

7:30 a.m. to Noon

Departs from The Homestead

Ages 5+ | $5

Registration opens Oct. 21

Harvest Compassion Center provides

food and clothing in a hope-filled

environment to the underserved in

the greater Phoenix area. Volunteers

will help guests “shop” for food and

clothing as well as assist with clean

up and reorganization of the shelves

and clothing racks. This opportunity

is limited to 10 volunteers.

Save the Date!

PJs and Pancakes: Frozen

Saturday, Dec. 7

9 to 10:30 a.m. | The Homestead

Ages 0-3 free | 4-12 $9 | 13+ $17

Registration opens Nov. 4

Wear PJs as the community gathers for a beloved DC Ranch

tradition! Enjoy a frosty good time complete with a variety of

pancakes and toppings, bacon, eggs and a hot cocoa station.

An appearance by Santa and Elsa will be an opportunity for

family holiday photos. Prizes will be given to contestants with

the Best Slippers, Best Bed Head and Best Family PJ’s.


Details are subject to change. Visit DCRanch.com/calendar for most current information and to register.


DC Ranch Women’s Club:

Liking Hiking

The second Tuesday and fourth

Saturday of every month at 8 a.m.

All skill levels are welcome for

these enjoyable, non-competitive

hikes. Each hike will be rated so

participants will know the difficulty

level before arriving. Optional

meeting at a local coffee house after

each hike will be offered as well.

For information or questions, please

contact resident Sheryl Lowenhar at


Duplicate Bridge Club


12:30 to 4 p.m. | Desert Camp

Come play cards and make new

friends! All levels are welcome. For

information or questions, please

contact resident Phyllis Banucci at


Social Bridge Club


12:30 to 4 p.m. | Desert Camp

Residents with knowledge of the game

are invited to join neighbors for a fun

afternoon of playing bridge. Cards

and tables provided. For information

or questions, please contact resident

Betty Eberle at bettyaz@cox.net.

Book Club


Sept. 25, Oct. 23, Dec. 11

7 to 9 p.m. | Desert Camp

Meet new friends and strengthen

connections with neighbors over a

lively discussion about a different

book each month. Dessert and

beverages provided.

NEW The Art Club

Thursdays (except Thanksgiving)

1 to 4 p.m. | Desert Camp

Looking to complete a personal

art project alongside other

creative people? Bring painting,

art or crafting supplies and work

independently on a project while in

the company of other resident artists.

There will be no guided instruction

or supplies provided. For information

or questions, please contact resident

Harriet Gitenstein at swgirlfrnd@cox.net.

Pickleball Club

Fridays | 9 to 11 a.m.

Sundays | 4 to 6 p.m.

Join a friendly game of pickleball at

the Desert Camp courts. All levels

are welcome. Please bring a paddle if

you have one.

Canasta Club


1 to 4 p.m. | Desert Camp

Canasta is a card game of the rummy

family which was most popular in the

early 1950s. Come join the group to

play this versatile and fun game. All

levels are welcome. For information

or questions, please contact resident

Dee Parrish at dpparrish13@gmail.com.

Fourth Fridays Social Hour

Desert Camp | 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.

Ages 21+

Mix and mingle during a fun, relaxing

happy hour the fourth Friday

of every month! These monthly

gatherings provide a nice way to end

the week and chat with friends or get

to know new neighbors. Light snacks,

beer and wine provided.



All Levels Yoga

Mondays and Wednesdays

9 to 10 a.m. | The Homestead

This class is suitable for all levels of

yoga practice. The class moves at a

slow to moderate pace and offers

modifications so participants can

customize the class to fit specific

needs. Teachers focus on alignment

and breathing techniques to safely

stretch and strengthen students.

Strength and Balance

Mondays and Wednesdays

10:30 to 11:30 a.m. | The Homestead

This class is designed to work on

strengthening and lengthening

muscles. Exercises will focus on core

and balance to give an all-around

workout. A portion of the class will be

done seated on the mat. Chairs are

optional. Light weights and resistance

bands will also be used. This class is

designed for all levels.

To make registration easy for ongoing fitness programs, residents may

purchase classes up to three months in advance. Registration is now open for all

September, October, November classes! Cost varies per session. $7 drop in.

Yoga Basics

Tuesdays and Thursdays

(except Thanksgiving)

9 to 10 a.m. | The Homestead

Designed for the beginner, learn

how to incorporate yoga breathing

techniques, body and spinal alignment

and how to properly and safely work

into different yoga postures including

standing, sitting and balancing poses.

This class focuses on stretching the

larger muscle groups, helping improve

flexibility and decreasing risk for injury.

Details are subject to change. Visit DCRanch.com/calendar for most current information and to register. 9


Desert Camp and The Homestead Community Centers are

the heart of all DC Ranch community activities, events and

social gatherings.

Stop by Desert Camp to use the fitness room, have a cup

of coffee, visit the recently remodeled playground, play a

game or two of pickleball or tennis, shoot some hoops, or

participate in clubs and social groups. There is also a tot

pool and a heated lap pool.

Visit The Homestead for fitness classes, a quiet lobby

workspace, have lunch on the veranda, play basketball,

toddle around the playground and splash pad, or meet up

with friends and go for a walk.

Both Desert Camp and The Homestead Community Centers

are available for residents to rent for private events.

Desert Camp offers a variety of settings perfect for

intimate (smaller) special events, parties, meetings and

celebrations for groups up to 80.

The Homestead offers a grand hall setting perfect for

larger special events, parties, meetings and celebrations for

groups of 50 to 200.

To inquire about rental availability, residents may visit either

Desert Camp or The Homestead Community Center, email

rentals@dcranchinc.com or call 480.565.1746.

Desert Camp Community Center

9260 E. Desert Camp Dr.

Scottsdale, AZ 85255


Lobby hours

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Thursday: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Fitness room hours

5 a.m. to 10 p.m. accessible by key fob.

Pool hours

Winter (November-March): 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Summer (April-October): 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Tennis and pickleball hours

6 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily

Courts can be reserved on DCRanch.com.

Key fob information

Residents and guests who enter the facility through the

lobby will be greeted and checked in by the front desk


Need a key fob? Receptionists are available daily to issue

and update key fobs, assist with event and program

registration and provide community center tours.

The Homestead Community Center

18600 N. 98th St.

Scottsdale, AZ 85255


Lobby hours

Monday to Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Closed Saturday and Sunday.

Restrooms are available by key fob after lobby hours and

on weekends.

Splash pad hours

March-November: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. seven days a week.

December-February: feature is turned off.



The Community Council is responsible for visioning

and facilitating initiatives that enhance residents’

quality of life, serve collective interests and

promote the DC Ranch brand. The Council provides

recreational, educational, cultural and volunteer

opportunities that reflect community values;

operates and programs DC Ranch amenities;

creates outlets for communication; and defines DC

Ranch Standards.

The Community Council’s very mission is to

facilitate a welcoming community and connect

residents through:

• A broad selection of programs and activities

• A new resident welcome program

• Signature events with components for all ages

• A comprehensive path and trail system

Be sure to look at the variety of activities offered in

the Program Guide published seasonally. Come out,

try something new and meet other neighbors!

Get in touch



Event Registration Process

1. Log on to DCRanch.com. If you don’t have an account, you can request one online.

2. Visit the calendar under the News and Events tab.

3. Click on the class or event of interest.

4. Click the Register or RSVP button for tickets and reservations.

Register early! Some programs fill quickly.

If you need assistance with registering, please contact Desert Camp Community Center at 480.342.7178.


20555 N Pima Rd, Suite 140

Scottsdale, AZ 85255

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