Weekend – June 3 & 4 There are lots of events in and around Phoenix area this weekend. Our team has been searching high and low to find fun things to do to beat the heat in the Phoenix, Mesa, Chandler and surrounding areas. Here are some we have found for so far. If you have any to add to the list, drop us a line or add it into the comments below. Join our mailing list and follow us on Facebook and Twitter to stay current on the weekend events. Saturday, June 3 Concerts: Desert Ridge Marketplace; 21001 N. Tatum Blvd; Phoenix; June 3rd, 7-10pm; District stage; Band – Riverside Cathedral; Band – West Hills Brothers; AMC Fountain 7-9pm; http://www.shopdesertridge.com/events/full-calendar/ Festival: World Atlatl Day Competition; Pueblo Grande Museum; 4619 E. Washington St; Phoenix; June 3, 9 am – 4:45 pm; competition runs 9 am – noon; https://www.phoenix.gov/parks/arts-culture-history/pueblo-grande/ Concert: Tempe Marketplace Mall; 2000 E. Rio Salado Pkwy; Tempe; June 3, 7 pm – 10 pm; http://www.tempemarketplace.com/events/full-calendar/ Band – Ratio; https://www.ratioband.com/ Museum: Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Arts; 7374 East Second St; Scottsdale; June 2 – 3; 5pm – 9pm [free every Friday & Saturday 5pm – 9pm]; https://smoca.org/visit/plan-visit/ Car Show: McDonald’s at Talking Stick Resort; 9175 E Indian Bend Rd; Scottsdale AZ; 4 pm – 8 pm [every Saturday]; https://www.facebook.com/pages/Scottsdale-Pavilions-Car-Show/167474223277945 Sunday, June 4 Author appearance; Changing...Read More
Month: June 2017
Rick and I went to an adult coloring club at the library tonight. Very informal, the librarian who ran the event was a young woman who supplied colored pencils and markers, along with a dozen or so coloring sheets to choose from. Mellow music set the mood, tables were arranged in a congenial semi-circle. The conversation was relaxed but sporadic as the 5 or 6 other women focused mainly on coloring. It was a nice break from our 12-hour days of working on websites and books and graphics and all the sundry little tasks that devour our days. I...Read More
Sometimes you need a little help or cross paths with someone who needs help. When I needed it back in 2012 it took me forever to find the resources to help my family. Here I have taken some of the legwork out of finding valley resources for you. You can also click link for a Free PDF Community Resources HOMELESS SHELTERS • Central Arizona Shelter Services** (602)256-6945 230 S 12th Ave, Phoenix, • Child Crisis Arizona – 0 – 8 years old ...Read More
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