Scottsdale spends 4th of July at WestWorld

June 19, 2017 by  

WestWorld will be having its annual 4th of July Celebration again this year. [Read more]

Mesa hosts Arizona Celebration of Freedom

June 19, 2017 by  

mesa will once again be hosting Republic Services arizona Celebration of Freedom this Independence Day. [Read more]

Gilbert launches multiple dates for Fourth of July fireworks

June 10, 2017 by  

gilbert Fourth of July celebrants will have no trouble finding a location to enjoy the fireworks this year. [Read more]

Former Mervyn’s becomes furniture store

June 6, 2017 by  

A former Mervyn’s store will soon be back in business – as a Furniture & Mattress Discounters – and Chandler residents are delighted with the transaction. The location is [Read more]

Casa Grande has new Community Services Director

June 4, 2017 by  

Larry Rains, the city manager of Casa Grande, recently announced the selection of Steve Hardesty as the city’s new Community Services Director. Hardesty will assume his duties on June 19, according to an [Read more]

Phoenix residents invited to show their love for local

June 3, 2017 by  

Early this summer, Phoenix residents are invited to “go local” and find out more about what their city’s independent businesses have to offer them all year round.

During Independents Week, which is [Read more]

Mesa goes to the desert

May 18, 2017 by  

This month, Usery Mountain Regional Park will be conducting desert-related experiences.

The first one will be [Read more]

Tempe to mark July 4th with huge community celebration

May 16, 2017 by  

The community of Tempe will soon be coming together in the annual Tempe Town Lake Festival, and the organizers have issued an invitation to one and all to join in the fun.

The event will feature an assortment of activities, which will be topped off by a fireworks show that, according to its planners, will be the best of its kind in metro Phoenix. There will be traditional picnic favorites to enjoy such as hot dogs and other barbecued foods, as well as shaved ice, fried bread, and ice cream.

Local bands will provide the entertainment for the evening, and there will be an area of free bouncy castles and other inflatables for the kids. Adults can browse through the vendor section, and some surprises have been planned for the occasion as well.

All of this will be taking place in Tempe Beach Park, and those who plan on attending are reminded to bring along their filled picnic baskets and blankets to sit on, and be ready to enjoy an evening with their friends and neighbors. Flyers can be used to effectively promote an event such as this throughout the local area, which can help to ensure that it is a success.

July 4 itself has been selected as the date for this community-based celebration. Additional information has been provided on the Tempe Tourism website.

Playhard Project ready to tee off

May 15, 2017 by  

The Playhard Project will be raising money later in May to further its mission to keep our local kids active. The event will be its First Annual Charity Golf Tournament.

Ninety-dollar individual tickets will [Read more]

Huge amusement park proposed for Casa Grande

May 9, 2017 by  

In the last decade, several developers have proposed building amusement parks in arizona, but none has come to fruition. Now, The Blocks Sports Company has presented a proposal for an amusement park, this time to be located in [Read more]

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