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No matter what you do, the Spring Festival is a great way to spend the day with your friends and family.  Just a short drive from San Tan Valley, Coolidge, Casa Grande, Queen Creek, Gold Canyon and Apache Junction there’s no reason not to come and enjoy the FREE Admission & Parking at Spring Festival!
Hualapai River Runners and Grand Canyon West, subsidiaries of the Grand Canyon Resort Corporation, have unveiled a unique new tourism experience for 2016: The Walapai Experience; a guided two-day weekend tour of the Grand Canyon’s West Rim that takes adventurers from the rapids of the Colorado River to an overnight encampment in Spencer Canyon then into the sky by helicopter to tour the Grand Canyon’s West Rim.
Thrill seekers in southern Arizona, have a new place to check out, the Arizona Zipline Adventures in Oracle (Pinal County). Beginning Saturday, Jan. 30, they will open the ziplines to the public.
Hogwarts Alumni – those adults who loved Harry Potter as a child and still love it today – are welcome at the Apache Junction Public Library on Feb. 26 for an after-hours event from 6-8 p.m.
A father lost his young son and came to Arizona to grieve. A Phoenix woman lost her sister. A Scottsdale businesswoman lost her nephew who lived thousands of miles away.
Whether you can conjure up spells, wizards and muggles alike are invited to the Apache Junction Public Library on Feb. 4 to join the world in celebrating the second annual Harry Potter Book Night.
Fiddles are being strung, guitars tuned and voices harmonized as the Annual Agri-Country Bluegrass Festival is just around the corner. Celebrating Red, White & Bluegrass, there will be national acts, local favorites, quilt show, giant model train exhibit, Saturday's classic car show and some surprises too.
Arizonans will have a chance to audition to be contestants on one of America's most beloved game shows next month. Auditions to compete on Family Feud will be held Jan. 8-9 in Phoenix.
While maintaining the dinner hour can be tough, you shouldn't give it up. Studies show children and teens who dine with their parents most nights earn better grades and eat healthier.
Attention all passengers, we should be arriving to Middle-earth in a little less than a year (oh, is that all?!). We know that it sucks to have to wait so long before feasting your eyes...
The Conservative Business League is sponsoring a series of three debates on the Constitution across the State of Arizona during the months of May and June. These debates are non partisan, FREE of charge and open to the public, with particular emphasis on reaching middle school, high school and college students.
Need a break?   Would you like to relax for a couple hours at the beautiful Encanterra Country Club or maybe even vacation in the Caribbean?  
The earth is passing through a debris stream, once again creating the annual Perseids meteor shower.
Pinal County Attorney’s Lando Voyles proudly announces the kick-off of the 24th Annual Pinal County Attorney’s Office 2015 Anti-Drug Poster Contest.
Come on out to the Queen Creek Olive Mill for Food Truck Friday!
"The County Parks are Getting Wet 'n' Wild This Summer!" Get your taste buds ready for an explosion of desert flavors!
As the blondest brat in the Harry Potter universe, actor Tom Felton has no qualms about portraying the theoretically unlikable Draco Malfoy. So why do so many fans devote themselves to "Team Slitherin?" Felton muses on the possibilities with CNN. ...
Do you have a fancy new digital SLR, or even a digital point-and-shoot camera that you're eager to learn to use more effectively? Once-a-month photo workshops with Scottsdale artist Tom Boggan offer that chance all four seasons of the year at BTA. Tom's once-a-month outdoor shoots help improve your camera skills on a relaxed outing surrounded by beautiful gardens and alongside a pro -- and with plenty of chances to ask questions about the dials, settings and controls on your own camera. Learn basic photography skills including composition, lighting, white balance and aperture-exposure.
Run/Walk to Help Us Support Victims of Domestic Abuse The Community Alliance Against Family Abuse (CAAFA), the non-profit domestic and sexual violence service provider serving Northern Pinal and far Eastern Maricopa Counties, will be holding their 6th Annual 5K Run/ Walk for Safety, Sunday, March 23rd. The trail race will begin at Prospector Park, located at 3105 N. Idaho Rd., in Apache Junction. 
The Community Alliance Against Family Abuse (CAAFA), the non-profit domestic and sexual violence service provider serving Northern Pinal and far Eastern Maricopa Counties, will be holding their 6th Annual 5K Run/ Walk for Safety, Sunday, March 23rd. The trail race will begin at Prospector Park, located at 3105 N. Idaho Rd., in Apache Junction. 
1 Feb
Voyager, A Tribute to the Music of Journey
Date 02.01.2020 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
15 Feb
ABBAFAB: Tribute to ABBA
Date 02.15.2020 7:30 pm
14 Mar
Aretha: The Queen of Soul: Tribute
Date 03.14.2020 7:30 pm
29 Mar
High Tide: Beach Boys Tribute
Date 03.29.2020 2:00 pm
26 Apr
GARTH LIVE!
Date 04.26.2020 2:00 pm

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