When the weather starts to cool down in Phoenix, one of the best places to visit is Goldfield Ghost Town. The ghost town is open all year long, but high summer temps can be a scorcher – especially if you aren’t too fond of being outside in the hot, Arizona sun. We love to visitKeep Reading
The days have cooled down in Phoenix over this past few weeks. Although I’m waiting for permanently cooler weather, I’ll take these new temps, because anything is better than 115 degrees. Yikes. Hopefully we get some permanent cooler weather soon! If you have children, this time of the year is the best for spending time outside.Keep Reading
The Harkins Summer Movie Series starts 5/29 here in the Valley and Harkins posted the 2017 lineup of movies HERE. Tickets are now on sale to the general public. Movies are offered Monday to Friday at Harkins Theaters around the Valley and you can buy tickets for one of those days each week. We do this every yearKeep Reading
If you are in the East Valley and have kids in High School, take note of this opportunity tomorrow – April 23r. Calling to make an appointment is required: East Valley high school students! Desert Grove Family Medical is offering free AIA sports physicals on Saturday, Apr. 23, throughout the morning. Spots are limited, soKeep Reading
Have a teen that’s 14 years or older? This summer, they can volunteer at the Mesa Public Library with the Summer Reading Program. Applications will be accepted through April 30th – you can find the requirements for the volunteer program by heading here.
Are you a City of Mesa library user? If you are and you have fines, you can work out a deal with the library for those fines, from April 11th – 30th: Food for Fines 2016 will run from April 11 through April 30. For every non-perishable food item you bring in to donate, we’llKeep Reading
We mentioned this in early January – don’t forget to take advantage of it if you are planting a garden this spring. The Gardening season is here in Phoenix …. there are two growing seasons (mid-February until the end of May and mid-September to mid-November). We just finished planting quite a bit in our backyard,Keep Reading
The i.d.e.a. Museum has a special event approaching for Elementary School Teachers on March 10th: GeoNomics at the i.d.e.a. Museum: Where Ocean, Economics and Art Meet!Come join Arizona Council on Economic Education (ACEE), Arizona Geographic Alliance (AzGA) and the i.d.e.a. Museum for a fun-filled evening. -Learn new ideas for integrating the study of geography, economics andKeep Reading
Here’s something fun for the family ~ Kids Swim FREE at Kiwanis this winter! The wildly popular Kids Swim Free promo has returned and runs Monday through Thursday from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. and 4:30 – 8 p.m. Two children, 7 years old and younger, will receive free admission to the pool with eachKeep Reading
How FUN is this? On Saturday, July 25th you can take the kids to Dobson Ranch Library for a Superhero Meet & Greet – No registration is required … the event is only from 2 – 3 p.m.!
If you are in the East Valley of Phoenix, mark your calendar for these dates, especially if you have high school students in sports. Sports Physicals are FREE at Mountain Vista Medical Center, on select Saturdays through August – from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Sat 4/18/15 at 8am-11am Sat 5/9/15 at 8am-11am Keep Reading