Message: The Maricopa County Attorney’s Office is teaming up with the Chandler Police Department to host a Citizen Safety Forum in Chandler on May 4, 2016 from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Crime prevention specialists will be on hand to deliver presentations on local crime threats and phone scams, as well as tips on safely handling, storing and disposing of prescription medications. County Attorney Bill Montgomery and Police Chief Sean Duggan will deliver the keynote address.
The event is free and lunch will be provided.
Registration is required to attend. To register please visit: Registration is required to attend. To register please visit: www.maricopacountyattorney.org/CSF, or call (602) 506-7621.
Hamilton High School Theatre department will be preforming Neil Simon’s The Odd Couple (Female version)
Tickets:$5presale – $7 at the door – discounted pricing for moderately sized groups.
This show will be full of laughs, smiles, and overall good fun and we would be
delighted to have you share the experience with us. Thank you for being such a supporter ofthe theatre department and I hope to hear from you soon! For more information or questions feel free to contact me.
The Sun Lakes Farmer’s Market goes every Friday from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm in the parking lot in front of the Oakwood Clubhouse. The market features nearly one hundred (100) feet of locally grown organic and traditional fresh fruits and vegetables. Also choose from salsa, raw honey, gourmet popcorn & snacks, soup and gravy mixes, and designer dog treats.
The Arizona Wind Symphony (AWS) kicks off the New Year by celebrating the Arizona Centennial in concert at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, January 11, 2012, at the Tempe Center for the Arts, 700 West Rio Salado Parkway.
The highlights of the Arizona-themed concert will be “Arizona Centennial Overture,” a work commissioned by the Arizona Commission on the Arts for the statewide celebration, and the winners of the second AWS small ensemble contest for high school students.
“Arizona Centennial Overture” pays tribute to the farmers and miners who first came to Arizona seeking a better life, to the Native American cultures that have touched us all, and the Hispanic influence this state.
High school musician ensembles audition the week before this concert and will perform their best numbers in a variety of genres for your listening pleasure. With the help of funding from Friends of Tempe Center for the Arts and the Arizona Commission on the Arts, these groups will compete for performance incentives. The Arizona Wind Symphony’s first small-ensemble contest was very highly received last year. This year’s should be even more exciting! Read the rest of this entry »