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May 24, 2018

Ways to Beat the Heat in Phoenix

Ways to Beat the Heat in Phoenix

Summer usually brings happiness and outdoor joy. However, sometimes the summer heat can bring boredom and sweat. Especially in Phoenix, Arizona. Here in Phoenix, it can get so hot you can actually cook an egg on the sidewalk. As crazy as the heat can get, we have found tips and tricks to beat the heat and keep the summer blues at bay. Whether you are visiting or just moved, all of these tips will be perfect for you to enjoy the summer in some form. Let’s dive right in and see how we can beat the heat in Phoenix!

The Basics

Let’s touch base on how hot it can really get here. The average high temperature in the summer months can get up to 106 degrees Fahrenheit. You should also note that the skies tend to stay blue. This means a lot of direct sunlight. The basic ways to beat the heat in Phoenix, Arizona are the same as anywhere else.

 

Drink a lot of water, aim for the shade, and make sure to carry around a travel sized pack of sun block. Of course, staying hydrated is most crucial. This means drinking up to 10 glasses of water each day just to beat the heat and stay healthy. You always want to protect your skin as much as possible from the harmful UV rays. This is where the shade and the sunblock come in. Nothing is worse than burning your skin and having to manage your day with a sunburn.

Keep the House Cool

Keeping the house cool can get pretty expensive in the summer just running the air conditioning. At times, it will even feel like the air conditioning isn’t working as well as it could. This usually means that you need to make efforts in different places throughout the house. Begin by trying to create as much shade as possible. Sunlight coming into the home will get trapped and take advantage of that little piece of well-known science we all know as the greenhouse effect. Not letting the sun in will cool down the core temperature of the home.

 

You can also start placing fans in every room. There are all kinds of fans out there, and while having 10 fans going can get noisy, at least it beats the heat. When it comes time to do the yard work, you will want to aim to do it when the sun is setting or rising. This is obviously when it will be most cool and keep you away from the dangers of heat exhaustion. Working in the heat can cause a heat stroke easily so take this tip wisely. When you are all done getting the house cooled down, you can get yourself a huge block of ice and drop it in the pool to cool it down. Trust me, after working all spring to be ready for a trendy swimsuit, you’ll want to take advantage of a nice cool dip in the pool.

Activities

The pool isn’t the only way to cool down in Phoenix, Arizona. You can always float the Salt River! This is a favorite past time in Phoenix. Just grab your friends and head on down. Maybe even bring some nice cold beers. Just be sure that you bring cans and not bottles and always bring your trash out with you.

 

If floating the river isn’t quite your thing, you can always go and visit the desert botanical gardens. During the summer, the temperature there is 10-15 degrees lower than the outside. This makes the gardens a beautiful place to go to relax and escape the heat!

Keeping the Car Cool

One of the worst things about not having a garage in Phoenix is that your car can get very hot. Luckily, there are ways to keep your car cool. Obviously, you will want to get a windshield sun cover. This will help keep the majority of heat away. Tinting your windows is also a good idea. As for the seats, you can place a towel over them. Many also get interior cleaner that can block UV rays so that way your car’s interior will last longer.

 

These are among the top ways you can fight back the heat and be comfortable during the scorch of a Phoenix summer. Just remember, rule number one is to drink at least 10 glasses of water per day! Then, keep your skin up to date on the sunscreen. After you get the hang of this, beating the summer will be a piece of cake. The sun won’t even be able to stop you!

Posted in Lifestlye
March 9, 2018

St Patrick’s Day Events in Phoenix

Phoenix, Arizona hosts a variety of exciting and busy events for St. Patrick’s Day. There is something for people of all ages. Parades, festivals, and parties occur in Phoenix at this time of year and you won’t want to miss a single one. Immerse yourself, and your family in Irish culture with the events that provide music, food, and beverages. Navigating through the busy times in high-traffic areas can be frustrating, but these events are absolutely worth it.

 

When riding in the car to a busy event, you will most likely encounter traffic. Especially when it is a holiday and everyone is trying to get somewhere. Whether you’re with your kiddos or a group of friends, this situation is not ideal. Get to your event on time by leaving with plenty of time, accounting for traffic, and time to find parking. Make sure all riders are comfortable within the car to make the traffic more bearable. The comfort level of the driver should be most important, since they will carry most of the stress traffic ensues. A comfortable, quiet, smooth ride will provide a relaxing drive, even through traffic. This can be achieved with the right car. While driving to the St. Patrick’s Day event, make the ride more fun and play car games or listen to a St Patrick’s Day playlist.For this drive, you will want to drive a car that has efficient fuel so riders are saving money on gas, especially in stop-and-go traffic. For more tips and tricks for commuting to your St. Patrick’s Day event, view the Ultimate Guide To Commuting.

 

 The St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Faire began in the year 1984 and was so well received by guests that it has continued ever since. This event is quite large and attracts thousands each year. The parade takes over 3rd Street in Phoenix and begins at 10am. Viewers line the street each year, so make sure you and your family arrive early to get a good spot. The parade is packed with performers, floats, marching bands, Irish dancers, and bagpipes. The fun doesn’t stop there; following the parade is the faire, which takes place at the Irish Cultural Center at Hance Park. Here, there are 3 stages of Irish music, Step dancing, and bagpipers. There is also food and drinks, crafts, a children’s area, and more for everyone to enjoy. Tickets are needed to be a part of the faire, but the enjoyment within will be worth it.

 

The Musical Instrument Museum is hosting an “Experience Ireland” event for visitors or members of the MIM. The event occurs from 9am-5pm on St. Patrick’s Day and on Sunday, March 18th. The event will be celebrating Irish music and culture by playing traditional Celtic tunes. This event is family-friendly and includes crafts, face painting, music, a photo booth, and food. The museum’s café will be serving Irish-Inspired food for lunch such as bangers and mash, corned beef, and traditional Irish soda bread. If you plan on attending this event, allot the duration of the event to ensure you don’t miss an activity. You and your family can enjoy the traditions of Ireland at the Musical Instrument Museum.

 

Shamrock Fest is the St. Patrick’s Day event for music lovers and gathers large crowds each year. This music festival, held at the Dr. AJ Chandler Park, hosts a variety of artists for this event. Headlining the event is Alien Ant Farm and local artists and entertainers will be performing as well. Shamrock Fest is superior for the Irish music but the food trucks, beer-cocktail garden, and traditional Irish cuisine make the event a must-see. This can be an adult getaway, or a family-friendly event with a family activity zone, games, and more. Children under 12 are able to get in without a ticket. For this event, gates open at 11am and close at 11pm. Shamrock Fest is a must-attend for those in Phoenix, AZ.

 

A more adult-centered St. Patrick’s Day event in Phoenix is the LPGA Guinness Party. Golf-lovers and beer-lovers can come together and enjoy this St. Patrick’s Day with golf, games, and a pint. This event brings beer and golf together for the LPGA Bank of Hope Founders Cup at Wildfire Golf Club. From 4pm-7pm, stop by the driving range at Wildfire, drink a pint of Guinness, play Irish-themed games, and listen to Irish music. In previous years, players have stopped by to greet guests. Guinness supplies prizes at the door for some of the visitors.

 

Phoenix hosts riveting events for St. Patrick’s Day, some for the family and some adult-centered. These events will all attract large crowds and you should join in on the fun. While traffic, busy roads, and difficult parking will be present, don’t let this stop you from enjoying St. Patrick’s Day. Leave early; allot time for traffic, carpool to ensure more parking is available. Each of these events will be worth enduring traffic for.

Posted in Lifestlye
Feb. 28, 2018

Staging Your Home: Spring-cleaning Tips

It’s almost here, the wonderful season of spring. For most people in the US, spring brings about a welcome change in temperature as well as weather. Hopefully no more snow, the days get longer, and the colors of the trees start to change back to green. Here in the Valley, we don’t experience this same type of spring, but most residents participate in some spring-cleaning.

Spring-cleaning has become a ritual for most Americans, often going through and getting rid of extra junk accumulated from summer through to winter and giving the house a good deep clean.

Spring is also a great season to buy and sell Phoenix real estate. As the weather warms up a bit, Phoenicians venture out and consider new ideas and investments. If you’re planning on selling your home this spring, don’t forget these often over-looked staging and cleaning tips.

Curtains, Throw Pillows and Trash Cans

These three items are frequently touched used or otherwise manipulated on a consistent basis in any home. That means they will pick up dust, dirt, and grime and need to be cleaned at the very least once a year. For throw pillows it’s as simple as removing the covers and throwing them in the washing machine.

Curtains can be washed as well but some recommend vacuuming with an attachment, so it might be a good idea to check the label first on yours that way you don’t ruin your favorite set.

Trash bins can be washed with Clorox or any other antibacterial scrub. It might be a good idea to let the trash can soak in warm water with the scrubbing solution to off anything especially sticky.

Appliances

Cleaning appliances during your spring-clean often means wiping down the stove and oven, throwing out old items and wiping down the fridge as well as the microwave.

Aside from the regular cleaning it’s a good idea do go a bit further and check up on your trusty appliances. Washing machines benefit from a mixture of bleach and vinegar allowing the bleach to take care of mildew and bacteria and the vinegar to dissolve the soap scum and mineral deposits. We recommend cleaning your washing machine at least twice a year.

If you have a tank style water heater, it’s a good idea to check the anode rod to see if it has disintegrated. Anode rods sacrifice themselves to protect the inside lining of your water heater which in turn makes your water heater last longer and saves you valuable cash. Not necessarily a cleaning item, but a good thing to check on once a year and something an inspector with look out before you sell.

If your bathroom has an exhaust fan it’s a good idea to uninstall it from the ceiling, disconnect the fan and wipe everything down with a damp cloth. These things accumulate dust like crazy so be prepared to see a lot of dust bunnies when you pull it down!

Mattresses

Often cleaning the bedroom means a good wash for the sheets, pillowcases and comforters but the mattress can be easily neglected. They pick up crumbs and dust even with new and clean sets of sheets so it’s a good idea to vacuum with an attachment to make sure all that stuff gets picked up.

If there are stains some baking soda and hydrogen peroxide do wonders at getting them out or at the very least less visible. If you have access to a back yard or patio, it might be a good idea to let the mattress get some sunlight, fresh air and sunlight help fight bacteria!

Selling Your Home this Spring

 

These spring-cleaning tips should help get the ins and outs of your home clean and ready for an open house in no time. There are tons of important ways to stage a home for selling. Contact us today to find out exactly what needs to be done before your sell your home.

Posted in Lifestlye
Feb. 8, 2018

Moving to Phoenix? Here’s What You Should Know

By Abigail Golder

 

Moving to Phoenix? Here’s What You Should Know

The Valley of the Sun is hot not just in temperature but with fun activities for the entire family. From a staycation at some of the Southwest’s best resorts, to excited zoos and waterparks, there are dozens of places to cool off and have a good time. Phoenix is now the 5th largest city by population in the United States, however, the population is spread out over several suburbs and miles of space. In fact, New York City is ten times denser in population than Phoenix. With more land and big city amenities, Phoenix is a great place to start your career, raise a family or retire in 2018. Here are several things you need to know before you move to Arizona’s largest city.

More than just Phoenix

Many think that Phoenix is just one large city spanning for miles and miles, however, each suburb has its own character and traits that make it unique. For example, you may want to live in Scottsdale if you’re looking for plenty of places to shop, eat and go out. Scottsdale also has a great waterfront with luxury condos and homes to rent and buy. You’ll probably hear the term “the Valley” used to describe the greater-Phoenix area. This term encompasses the city of Phoenix and the many cities and suburbs that surround it. From the city of Mesa with over 450,000 residents to the college town of Tempe, there are so many options for places to live, go and see. Families flock to areas like Glendale and Gilbert where you can even find farm life and open land. Each town is only about a 20 to 30 minute drive from Phoenix because of the convenient highways systems; you can have the perks of living in a smaller town with big city amenities.

Sporting events from around the country

Even if you’re not a fan of the MLB Arizona Diamondbacks or NFL Cardinals, there are sports teams from around the country right here in Phoenix. Cactus League Spring Training brings thousands of baseball fans each year to see teams from around the country. See the Chicago Cubs play the Los Angeles Angels right in Scottsdale. Then, enjoy the local restaurants that offer deals and activities all season long. The Cactus League hosts 15 teams in Phoenix and the surrounding cities. Many don’t realize that Phoenix is also a destination for national sporting events, conferences and tournaments. The city has also hosted the Super Bowl several times as well as the NCAA Final Four.

Outdoor activities all year-round

From great shopping and tons of things to do in Phoenix, you’ll never want to leave Arizona’s largest city. However, when the 100 plus temperatures start wearing you down, sanctuary isn’t far. Some may picture Arizona as a dry desert with no greenery, however, Flagstaff and Sedona are two hours from Phoenix with forests and ski slopes. Phoenicians are very active people that enjoy outdoor activities year-round. From golf and swimming in the summer to hiking, biking and running in the other seasons, there’s no time you can’t get outdoors and enjoy your city. One of Phoenix’s most popular hiking destinations, Camelback Mountain, is in the middle of the city and gives breathtaking panoramic views of the entire valley. Make your friends jealous and post a picture in shorts or by the pool in the middle of January. Then, in the summer head to a nearby lake to cool off. Lake Pleasant and Roosevelt Lake are two destinations that are less than an hour from Phoenix. 

Easy to get around

Phoenix is spread out, meaning you’ll probably need a car in order to get around the different areas and suburbs. The Valley Metro Light Rail also makes it easy to commute between Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa with expansions continuing throughout other areas of the Valley. Before you move here, consider finding somewhere to live along the light rail or bus system for stress-free commuting. That said, because of the highway design, rushhour congestion is really only an issue in specific parts of the city. Most of the time, city driving is a breeze.

Don’t sweat the heat

The truth is, Phoenix is extremely warm about four months of the year. However, one of our favorite lines to use when people ask about the heat is that, “you can’t shovel sunshine.” Exchange your shovels and sweaters for temperatures in the comfortable 70’s and 80’s for a majority of the year. In the summer, many locals and tourists enjoy staycations at local resorts that offer steep discounts. It’s also a popular time to take vacations and explore Northern Arizona to cool off. Plus, Phoenix doesn’t get the extreme humidity like states in the South. But don’t say it’s a dry heat, Phoenicians get pretty heated about that phrase. 

 

The City of Phoenix is more than meets the eye. If you can take the heat for a few months out of the year, it truly is one of the best cities in the country. With world-class entertainment, diverse communities and outdoor activities, you’ll be wondering why you didn’t move to Phoenix a long time ago. If you’re ready to explore the gorgeous homes Phoenix has to offer, contact our experts for all your Phoenix real estate needs. 

Posted in Lifestlye
Dec. 23, 2016

January 2017 Events in Phoenix Arizona

January Events

2nd Friday Night Out in Mesa
Live music, entertainment, art walk, prizes. Each month has a theme. Family friendly. Free admission. On Main Street in Downtown Mesa.
In 2017: 2nd Friday of the month

6th Street Market
Original arts and crafts, live music, shopping. Family-friendly. Free admission. Downtown Tempe.
In 2017: every Sunday in January

Arabian Horse Farm Tour
Scottsdale's prominent Arabian horse farms open their doors, welcoming the public to enjoy National Champion horses, meet top trainers, and learn more about this breed.
In 2017: January 1, 2017

Arizona Bach Festival
Bach lovers attend concerts at various venues in Phoenix.
In 2017: January 14 - 29

Arizona Balloon Classic
Hot air balloons, family entertainment, vendors and more.
In 2017: January 20 - 22

Arizona Cardinals Football
The Arizona Cardinals play professional football at University of Phoenix Stadium.
In 2017: January 1

Arizona Concours d’Elegance
Rare and exceptional automobiles on display. Ticketed event. Arizona Biltmore Hotel, Phoenix.
In 2017: January 14

Arizona Coyotes Hockey
Our professional NHL hockey team hopes to howl its way to the Stanley Cup. They play at the Gila River Arena.
In 2017: Various dates in January

Arizona Derby Dames
All-girl roller derby since 2006. Now playing on a banked track. Phoenix.
In 2017: January 7, 28

Arizona Fine Art Expo
A 10 week event in north Scottsdale. See designers, painters, sketchers and sculptors at work. Demonstrations and workshops, fine wines and cuisine.
In 2017: January 13 - March 26

Arizona Musicfest
A winter music festival covering many genres, held at various locations in Scottsdale.
In 2017: January 27 - March 10

Arizona National Livestock Show
Arizona's largest livestock show. Exhibits and competitions. Cowboy Classics Western Art & Gear Show. Held at the ?Arizona State Fairgrounds in Central Phoenix.
In 2017: December 27, 2016 - January 1, 2017

Arizona Vegetarian Food Festival
Vegetarian food companies, restaurants, and health and wellness vendors. Scottsdale Civic Center Amphitheater.
In 2017: January 28, 29

Art After Work
A painting party for couples, friends, anyone. Learn how to paint your own take on classic masterpieces and local landscapes. Instructor and art supplies provided. Online registration required. Tempe Center for the Arts.
In 2017: January ?

Art Walk - Centennial Circle
Docent led tours of the Fountain Hills public art collection. Tours are in the morning, take approximately one hour and begin in the Community Center Sculpture Garden. There is a charge for the tour. Reservations required.
In 2017: January 14, 28

Astronomy Evenings
A talk (novice level) explaining facts about the solar system and the galaxy around the planet earth followed by observing the moon, several planets, star systems through a celestron telescope. Weather permitting. Registration required. Ages 8+. Pinnacle Peak Park, Scottsdale.
In 2017: January 28

Aviation Day at the Capitol
Information about Arizona's aviation industry and the businesses that it enables. Festivities will include actual aircraft and displays. Aircraft owners and pilots, airport managers, aviation manufacturers and educators and members of the Arizona’s military community will discuss the importance of aviation in Arizona with state legislators.
In 2017: January 17

Barrett-Jackson Classic Car Auction
Every January at WestWorld in North Scottsdale people, including the rich and famous, flock to the Barrett-Jackson Classic Car Auction. It is billed as the world's most valuable classic car auction.
In 2017: January 14 - 22

Beyond the Bricks
Live music, beer, wine, food. Free admission. Bring a blanket. Hayden Square Amphitheatre in Downtown Tempe. Take light rail!
In 2017: January 5, 12, 19, 26

Birds 'n' Beer
Birds 'n Beer offers local professionals a fun and refreshing way to learn about Arizona birds and other wildlife while networking with fellow nature-lovers. Have a cold brew while enjoying an enlightening and lively presentation on Arizona nature. Nina Mason Pulliam Rio Salado Audubon Center in Phoenix. RSVP requested 602-468-6470.
In 2017: January 19

Breaking Ground Festival
Contemporary dance and film presented by national and local dancers, choreographers, digital artists. Tempe Center for the Arts.
In 2017: January 27, 28

Carefree Fine Art & Wine Festival
Arts, crafts, entertainment, wine. Over 150 artists will have displays. This is one of Arizona's largest wine tasting events, featuring wines from Arizona, California, Australia, Germany, Austria, France and Italy. Sponsored by Thunderbird Artists.
In 2017: January 20 - 22

Cave Creek Indian Market
Arts and crafts, Native American dancers, musicians and storytellers, traditional southwest cuisine. Stagecoach Village, Cave Creek.
In 2017: January 20 - 22

Celebration of Fine Art
Scottsdale hosts over 100 artists from Arizona and elsewhere in its big white tents.
In 2017: January 14 - March 26

Chandler Symphony Orchestra
Indoors. Family-friendly. Free, donations accepted.
In 2017: January 29

Chandler Multicultural Festival
Food, music, dance, displays, storytellers and more at the Chandler Fashion Center mall.
In 2017: January 14

Chocolate and Wine Experience
Hosted by the Scottsdale League for the Arts. Chocolate to eat, play with and drink. The Saguaro Scottsdale.
In 2017: January 27

Crossroads of the West Gun Show
The shows offer hundreds of tables of interest to both the once a year hunter and the avid collector. Mesa Centennial Hall.
In 2017: January 14, 15

Desert Ridge Marketplace Concerts
Free concerts on two stages in North Phoenix at Desert Ridge Marketplace.
In 2017: Every Friday and Saturday night

Desperado GLBT Film Festival
Featuring films from the gay and lesbian community. Paradise Valley Community College Center for the Performing Arts.
In 2017: January 27 - 29

Discount Tire Free Family Weekend
Free admission for everyone at Phoenix Art Museum on the second Sunday of the month. Includes a special hands-on, educational programming and/or entertainment designed to appeal to visitors of all ages. Special exhibitions may have a reduced charge. More about Phoenix Art Museum. See directions and map.
In 2017: January 7, 8

Downtown Chandler Art Walk
Visit more than 50 artisans set up along the streets in front of the unique shops and cafes of Historic Downtown Chandler. Free.
In 2017: January 20

Embracing Your Journey Expo
A holistic, wellness and metaphysical event designed to enlighten and inform allowing people to explore alternative health and lifestyle products and services. Phoenix.
In 2017: January 8 

First Day Hikes
Many Arizona State Parks host hikes to celebrate the new year outside in a healthy activity.
In 2017: January 1

First Friday
Visit more than 60 downtown Phoenix art galleries, studios and art spaces. Free.
In 2017: first Friday in January

Fitness in the District
Certified instructors will lead one-hour classes to DJ beats, while fitness motivators work the group and assist attendees with moves. Free, bring your own mat. All ages. Refreshments and giveaways (while supplies last). WaterDance Plaza at Westgate Entertainment District, Glendale.
In 2017: every Tuesday in January

Flagg Gem and Mineral Show
Rocks, minerals, geology, and science. Activities for children. Mesa Community College. Free admission.
In 2017: January 6 - 8

Fountain Hills Indian Market & Southwest Art Festival
Artists display traditional and contemporary jewelry, sculpture, artwork, and handcrafts. Fountain Hills.
In 2017: January 28, 29

Friday Night Drags
Local bring their own vehicles and race at Wildhorse Pass Motorsports Park, Chandler. Drivers and spectators welcome.
In 2017: January 13, 20

Gilbert Art Walk
Local artists set up booths to display their work. Community booths and children's activities. Free admission. Downtown Gilbert.
In 2017: January 7, 21

Gold Canyon Arts Festival
More than 100 artists will participate. Musical entertainment and food booths. Free admission. Gold Canyon United Methodist Church, 6640 S. King’s Ranch Road, Gold Canyon
In 2017: January 28

Gooding & Company Car Auction
View rare and classic vehicles that will be auctioned on the final day of the event. Held adjacent to Scottsdale Fashion Square.
In 2017: January 18 - 21

Health & Wellness Expo
All ages. Health-related activities for kids and adults. Programs include Medication Interactions, Immunizations, Senior Scams, Life Alert, Bike Safety, Brain Function and more.  Raffle, prizes. Free. Scottsdale.
In 2017: January 28

Posted in Featured Stories
Dec. 23, 2016

Monthly Market Minute December 2016

 

 

Listings Under Contract Up 2.6%

Monthly Closed Sales Up 19%

For Buyers:

Theres both good and bad news for first-time home buyers this month. The good news is that theres been a 22% increase in single family active listings asking between $175,000- $200,000 over the last 10 weeks, going from 1,065 to 1,295. Current inventory is 10% higher than where it was in week 49 of last year, adding some much needed choice to a high demand price range. The added supply is not universal across the valley; increases have been marked specifically in Buckeye, Surprise, Sun City, Peoria and Mesa.

The bad news for home buyers is that supply overall is down 3.7% while the level of com- peting buyers is remaining seasonally consistent. The Southeast Valley specifically has not seen the typical increase in supply that happens this time of year. This indicates that the area will kick off 2017 with low supply just before the expected increase in buyer activity come February. In this case, the cost of waiting to purchase will be a lack of choice and possibly having to compromise on the condition or location of the property they choose to buy.

For Sellers:

Bad news for buyers usually translates into good news for sellers, especially after positive news reports of Realtor.com ranking Phoenix as the #1 projected real estate market in the country for 2017. However, its still not a market to be overpriced regardless of the strong de- mand for homes. Some price ranges have more competing listings than others, especially in areas such as North Phoenix, Mesa, Gilbert and Peoria where there is competition from new home subdivisions. Permits for single family homes have been on the rise to accommodate the demand. This provides more choice for buyers in those areas, balances out the market and keeps annual appreciation in check. The areas projected to have the highest appreciation rates are those where there is a high level of fix and flip activity along with a more affordable price range under $175,000.

Commentary written by Tina Tamboer, Senior Real Estate Analyst with The Cromford Report ©2016 Cromford Associates LLC and Tamboer Consulting LLC 

Posted in Market Update
Nov. 25, 2016

December Events in Phoenix 2016

Phoenix Event Calendar for December

2nd Friday Night Out in Mesa
Live music, entertainment, art walk, prizes. Each month has a theme. Family friendly. Free admission. On Main Street in Downtown Mesa.
In 2016: 2nd Friday of the month

6th Street Market
Original arts and crafts, live music, shopping. Family-friendly. Free admission. Downtown Tempe.
In 2016: every Sunday in December

All Breed Cat Show
Professional exhibitors, vendors and cat-loving spectators. Hosted by the Phoenix Feline Fanciers. Mesa Convention Center.
In 2016: December 10, 11

Arabian Horse Farm Tour
Scottsdale's prominent Arabian horse farms open their doors, welcoming the public to enjoy National Champion horses, meet top trainers, and learn more about this breed. Free admission.
In 2016: December 29 - January 1, 2017

Arizona Antique Market
Indoors. Admission and parking is free. Scottsdale.
In 2015: December 11 - 13

Arizona Asian Festival
A free festival featuring ethnic cuisine, arts and crafts, and entertainment such as martial arts demonstrations, cultural dances and music from nearly a dozen Asian countries. Scottsdale Civic Center Mall.
In 2015: December 5, 6

Arizona Balloon Classic
Hot air balloons, family entertainment, vendors and more.
In 2015: December 18 - 20

Arizona Cardinals Football
The Arizona Cardinals play professional football at University of Phoenix Stadium.
In 2015: Various dates in December

Arizona Coyotes Hockey
Our professional NHL hockey team hopes to howl its way to the Stanley Cup. They play at the Gila River Arena.
In 2015: Various dates in December

Arizona National Livestock Show
Arizona's largest livestock show. Exhibits and competitions. Held at the Fairgrounds in Central Phoenix.
In 2015: December 27 - January 1, 2016

Beyond the Bricks
Live music, beer, wine, food. Free admission. Bring a blanket. Hayden Square Amphitheatre in Downtown Tempe. Take light rail!
In 2016: December 1, 8, 15, 22

Chanukah/Hanukkah Holiday Events and Activities
Several local Jewish organizations sponsor events and activities in celebration of Chanukah.
In 2015: Various dates in December

Christmas Concerts and Shows
A vast selection of music, dance and theatre events celebrating the Christmas season.
In 2016: Various dates in December

City Lights Movie Night
Free movie at CityScape in Downtown Phoenix. Giveaways, contests, prizes. Bring a chair.
In 2016: December 9

Crossroads of the West Gun Show
At the Arizona State Fairgrounds. The shows offer hundreds of tables of interest to both the once a year hunter and the avid collector.
In 2016: December 2 - 4

Desert Botanical Garden Las Noches de las Luminarias
The Desert Botanical Garden glows in the evenings with thousands of luminarias lining the paths.
In 2016: various nights in December

Desert Ridge Marketplace Concerts
Free concerts on two stages in North Phoenix at Desert Ridge Marketplace.
In 2016: Every Friday and Saturday night

Discount Tire Free Family Sundays
Free admission for everyone at Phoenix Art Museum on the second Sunday of the month. Includes a special hands-on, educational programming and/or entertainment designed to appeal to visitors of all ages. Special exhibitions may have a reduced charge. More about Phoenix Art Museum. See a map.
In 2016: December 11

Downtown Chandler Art Walk
Visit more than 70 artisans set up along the streets in front of the unique shops and cafes of Historic Downtown Chandler. Free.
In 2016: third Friday of the month

Experience Scandinavia
A celebration of Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Finland. Musical performances, traditional dances, hands-on crafts. Included with regular admission. MIM, Phoenix.
In 2016: december 3, 4

First Friday
Visit more than 80 downtown Phoenix art galleries, studios and art spaces. Free.
In 2016: first Friday of the month

First Saturdays for Families
Families with kids ages 4 – 12 are invited to the ASU Art Museum to participate in artistic projects. Free drop-in program. Tempe.
In 2016: December ?

Gilbert Art Walk
Local artists set up booths to display their work. Community booths and children's activities. Free admission. Water Tower Plaza in Gilbert’s Heritage District.
In 2016: December 3, 10, 17

Glendale Community College Performances
Musical performances by students and faculty. Free admission, free parking.
In 2016: various dates in December

Downtown Gilbert Concert Series
Free. Food and beverages are available to purchase. Water Tower Plaza (across from Hale Theater) in Gilbert’s Heritage District.
In 2016: December 8

Holiday Concerts and Shows
A huge selection of music, dance and theatre events celebrating the holiday season.
In 2016: Various dates in December

MACFest
MACFest (Mesa Arts and Culture Festival) is a free family-friendly event featuring artist creations, music and entertainment. Downtown Mesa North Macdonald, from Main St. to Pepper Pl.
In 2016: December 3, 17

Meet Me Downtown
A casual, social self-guided 3.3 mile walk around downtown Phoenix. Evening, rain or shine. Starts at CityScape, Downtown Phoenix.
In 2016: Every Monday in December

Mesa Arts Festival
Features original works of art for sale by local and national artists; live entertainment; artist demonstrations in glassblowing, metals, and ceramics; children’s activities. Food from local restaurants available for purchase. Free admission. Mesa Arts Center.
In 2016: December 10, 11

Motorcycles on Main
The streets of downtown Mesa are closed to all but bikers and people who love motorcycles. Music, food, beer garden. Free admission.
In 2016: First Friday of the month

Movies at the Museum
Independent and classic cinema and documentaries relating to art, artists, and works on view in the Museum, usually followed by discussion. Free with paid museum admission. First come, first seated. Phoenix Art Museum.
In 2016: Various dates in December

New Year's Eve Events
Here are some ideas for some different things you can do on New Year's Eve in the Greater Phoenix area.
In 2016: December 31 (not yet updated)

Out to Lunch Concerts
Lunchtime concerts feature local artists playing a variety of music including folk, country, jazz, Dixieland, oldies, and world music. Chairs and lawn seating are available, but guests are encouraged to bring stadium cushions and blankets. Brown bags and picnic baskets are welcome. Free admission. Wells Fargo Garden at Mesa Arts Center. 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
In 2016: December 1, 8, 15

Performances at the Museum
Performances from the East Valley community. Each performance is different. Includes children’s plays, kid and adult film series, classical music (check schedule). Tempe History Museum. Free admission.
In 2016: December 2, 16

Phoenix Festival of the Arts
Artists, crafts, entertainment for all ages. Free admission. Margaret T. Hance Park, Phoenix.
In 2016: December 9 - 11

Phoenix Suns Basketball
Our professional basketball team plays hoops at the Talking Stick Resort Arena (formerly US Airways Center).
In 2016: Various dates in December

Pueblo Grande Museum Indian Market
The Pueblo Grande Museum hosts this event with hundreds of Native American artisans representing more than 50 tribes displaying and selling their arts and crafts. Phoenix.
In 2016: December 10, 11

Sahuaro Ranch Historic Site Tour
Learn about the various buildings, barnyard, trees and groves at this ranch site, now a public park. The Sahuaro Ranch Park Historic Area is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Free, all ages. Sahuaro Ranch, Glendale.
In 2016: December 2, 3

Science Saturdays
Youth and teen programs focused on topics such as robotics, meteorology, physics, geology and biology. ?Tumbleweed Ranch in Tumbleweed Park?, Chandler.
In 2010: December 10

Science With a Twist
The Arizona Science Center in Downtown Phoenix opens it doors one evening per month for an adults-only experience (21+), with lectures, music and scientific fun. Ticketed event.
In 2016: December 16

Scottsdale ArtWalk
The Scottsdale Art District invites you to spend a casual evening walking downtown and enjoying fine art. Free.
In 2016: Every Thursday evening

Second Sunday in the Park
Live music and entertainment. Family event. Free. Surprise Community Park.
In 2016: December 11

Sonoran Sunset Series
Outdoor, evening family-friendly concerts in Chandler at the Environmental Education Center. Free admission.
In 2016: December 15

spark! After Dark
A grown-up night out with live art, live music, food, adult drinks. Free admission. Mesa Arts Center.
In 2016: December 17

Sweets Con and Desserts Expo
Desserts, treats, candies, and foodie delights. Family-friendly. Samples, Kid's Fun Zone, decorating competitions, VIP option. Peoria Sports Complex.
In 2016: December 17

Talk Cinema
Audience members are the critics at a sneak-preview film. This film series screens award-winning indie and foreign films before their theatrical release. Screenings include moderated conversations hosted by guest speakers. Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts.
In 2016: December 20

Tempe Fall Festival of the Arts
If you didn't go in the Spring (or even if you did) you don't want to miss this wonderful street fair in downtown Tempe. The annual arts and crafts festival is held on Mill Avenue. More than 500 artists exhibit wonderful works of wood, pottery, jewelry, oil paintings and more. Live entertainment also fills the street. Watch the video.
In 2016: December 2 - 4

Touchdown Tailgate
?Several hours before Arizona Cardinals football kickoff you can attend a free tailgate party at Westgate Entertainment District's WaterDance Plaza. Beer garden, games, giveaways. Tickets to the game not required.
In 2016: December 18

Winter Solstice
Celebrate the ancient festival of Solstice. Solstice, now as in ancient times, marks the longest night of the year, whereby the Sun will go to its lowest elevation in the sky, before returning to start a new cycle with nature. The occasion is marked with music, poetry, fun and food. Irish Cultural Center, Phoenix.
In 2016: December 21

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Nov. 25, 2016

Monthly Market Minute November 2016

 

 

New Listings Under $300,000 Down 10% in October Average

Sales Price per Square Foot Up 8%

 

For Buyers:

October was a disappointing month for new active listings under $300,000. Nor- mally October is a good month to buy as there is a boost of new listings without an increase in competing buyers. This rang true for new listings between $300,000 and $1,000,000 (up nearly 7%). New listings over $1,000,000 were down by nearly 14%, however this price point has been suffering from oversupply most of the year and the drop only equated to 57 fewer new listings in the past month. More importantly, new listings under $300,000 were down by nearly 10% with 669 fewer new listings than this time last year. For a price range that is already undersupplied for the current demand, this was not good news for buyers. The fact that sales under $300,000 comprised 72% of all sales in the past month tells us to expect prices to continue rising with the current lack of new supply hitting the market.

For Sellers:

Undersupply for listings under $300,000 has had a positive effect on sellers. The Monthly Average Sales Price per Square Foot in this price point went up 8.4% from $110.42 last November to $119.72 this November. The $300,000 - $500,000 price range saw this measure go from $146.03 to $151.50, up 3.7%. The $500,000 -$1,000,000 price range increased 1.2% from $196.65 to $199.03; the Over $1,000,000 price range increased by 12.3% from $308.73 to $346.68 (with only 108 sales in this price point, average price measures will fluctuate dramatically from month to month).

Average Days on Market is still very good for sellers under $300,000 at 61 days. The measure increases to 91 days within $300,000-$500,000; 142 days within $500,000-$1,000,000; and 191 days Over $1,000,000.

Commentary written by Tina Tamboer, Senior Real Estate Analyst with The Cromford Report ©2016 Cromford Associates LLC and Tamboer Consulting LLC 

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Nov. 3, 2016

November Events in Phoenix 2016

November Event Calendar

2nd Friday Night Out in Mesa
Live music, entertainment, art walk, prizes. Each month has a theme. Family friendly. Free admission. On Main Street in Downtown Mesa.
In 2016: 2nd Friday of the month

6th Street Market
Original arts and crafts, live music, shopping. Family-friendly. Free admission. Downtown Tempe.
In 2016: every Sunday in November

AAA Travel Show
Plan your next vacation, within Arizona or to destinations far and wide. Talk to vendors about planning your next tour, cruise or visit to an Arizona local treasure. Glendale.
In 2016: no travel show in 2016. Check back in 2017

A.S.U. Concerts at the Center
The ASU School of Music presents concerts at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts on select Monday evenings.
In 2016: November 14

Adobe Mountain Wildlife Center Open House
Learn about wildlife rehabilitation and the native animals that benefit from the center’s care. Live wildlife education programs, activites for all ages. Free. North Phoenix.
In 2016: November ?

Ahwatukee Car and Truck Show
Vehicles of all different makes, models and years. A judged event with trophies being awarded in various classes. Live entertainment. Food and spirits available. Fee to show your car or have a booth.  Ahwatukee Park.
In 2016: November 12

American Diabetes Association Step Out Walk and 5K Diabetes Dash
One and three-mile walks, 5K Diabetes Dash. Live music, kids’ activities, local entertainment, health information in honor of American Diabetes Month. North Phoenix Baptist Church, Phoenix.
In 2016: November 5

American Girl Fashion Show
A fundraiser for The Emily Center at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. Not recommended for children under the age of six. JW Marriott Desert Ridge in North Phoenix.
In 2016: November 5, 6

American Heritage Festival
A fun and educational family-friendly trip through American history with reenactments, demonstrations, historical characters. Queen Creek.
In 2016: November 17 - 19

Archaeology for Kids
Children ages 7 to 12 discover the science of archaeology by doing a simulated excavation of a Hohokam pit house. Identify artifacts in the field, and discover how archaeologists use these artifacts to learn more about past cultures. Advanced registration is required. Pueblo Grande Museum, Phoenix.
In 2016: November 5

Arizona Antique Market
Primitives, ephemera, eclectic, glassware, pottery, collectibles, toys, advertising, military items, coins, early American linens, fine selections of vintage costume jewelry and fine estate jewelry. Mesa.
In 2016: November 18 - 20

Arizona Business Council: Increase the Value of Your Company
Learn how business valuations are made, find areas in your business to increase value, improve your cash flow, and more. Guest speaker and expert panel session. Networking social follows conference. Free admission, registration required, limited seating. Downtown Phoenix.
In 2016: November 14

Arizona Cardinals Football
The Arizona Cardinals play professional football at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
In 2016: Various dates in November

Arizona Classic Jazz Festival
Jazz, and lots of it! San Marcos Golf Resort in Downtown Chandler.
In 2016: November 3 - 6

Arizona Coyotes Hockey
Our professional NHL hockey team hopes to howl its way to the Stanley Cup. Gila River Arena, Glendale.
In 2016: Various dates in November

Arizona Fall League Baseball
After the regular baseball season is over, there are six more weeks of baseball in October and November when each of the 30 Major League Baseball teams select 6 prospects to play in the AFL. At stadiums around the Valley.
In 2016: Various dates in October and November

Arizona Harvest Festival
Celebrate the cooler weather with live musical entertainment, contests, games, activities for kids, food, vendors, beer garden. Downtown Chandler.
In 2016: November 5

Arizona International Auto Show
Hundreds of the newest cars, trucks, minivans and sport utility vehicles. Entertainment and celebrity appearances. Phoenix Convention Center.
In 2016: November 24 - 27

Arizona State Fair
Rides, food, competitions, concerts, exhibits -- two weeks of fun. Held at the Fairgrounds in Central Phoenix. Video.
In 2016: October 7 - 30 (except Mondays and Tuesdays)

Art After Work
A painting party for couples, friends, anyone. Learn how to paint your own take on classic masterpieces and local landscapes. Instructor and art supplies provided. Online registration required. Tempe Center for the Arts.
In 2016: November 4

ArtFest of Scottsdale
Fine art, live music, international foods, and an interactive family area featuring hands-on art activities and creative challenges for children. Over 200 select contemporary artists and crafts people from across the nation will show and sell one-of-a-kind artwork. Scottsdale Civic Center Plaza. Free admission.
In 2016: November 19, 20

Artists of the Superstitions Annual Studio Tour
Meet with local artists and view their artistic talents in studio settings, all located in either Apache Junction or Gold Canyon. This is a free, self-guided tour. All ages. You may purchase art directly from the artist.
In 2016: November 5, 6

azcentral.com Food & Wine Experience
Arizona chefs, visiting chefs and cookbook authors. Features the Grand Tasting Experience, Farmers' Market, Technoloy Expo, Kitchen Gadget Expo, classes, seminars.
In 2016: November 4 - 6

Bacon, Brews and Blues Festival
Food, beer and R&B. Queen Creek.
In 2016: November 5

Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships
Polo matches, fashion, art, parties. WestWorld, Scottsdale.
In 2016: November 5

Beyond the Bricks
Live music, beer, wine, food. Free admission. Bring a blanket. Hayden Square Amphitheatre in Downtown Tempe. Take light rail!
In 2016: November 3, 10, 17

Big Heap Vintage and Handmade Festival
Indie, vintage, modern, industrial and salvaged goods. “Bring a truck. You’re gonna need it.” Music, dancers, gourmet food trucks. Cave Creek.
In 2016: November 18 - 20

Birds 'n' Beer
Birds 'n Beer offers local professionals a fun and refreshing way to learn about Arizona birds and other wildlife while networking with fellow nature-lovers. Have a cold brew while enjoying a presentation on Arizona nature. Nina Mason Pulliam Rio Salado Audubon Center in Phoenix. RSVP requested 602-468-6470.
In 2016: third Thursday of the month

Bluegrass Festival
Wickenburg Rodeo Grounds. Three days of bluegrass bands on stage, along with competitive contests for awards and cash. Arts/crafts & food booths, kids zone, special Saturday night concert.
In 2016: November 11 - 13

Bob's Biker Blast
Bike ride, food, entertainment, music. A benefit for Phoenix Children's Hospital.
In 2016: November 5

Breast Cancer Awareness Events
Walks, runs and other events and activities to raise money to fight breast cancer.
In 2016: Various dates in November

Camelback Studio Tours and Art Sale
Local artists in home studios will be showcased during this art sale and free, self-guided tour. See printable map online.
In 2016: November 4, 5, 6

Carefree Fine Arts and Wine Festival
Arts, crafts, entertainment, wine. Over 160 artists will have displays. This is one of Arizona's largest wine tasting events, featuring wines from Arizona, California, Australia, Germany, Austria, France and Italy. Sponsored by Thunderbird Artists.
In 2016: November 4 - 6

Carefree Southwest Art & Indian Market
More than 100 fine arts exhibits and live entertainment. Free admission. Carefree Desert Gardens in downtown Carefree.
In 2016: November 25 - 27

Certified Local Fall Festival
A family-friendly street festival featuring members of Local First Arizona. Local restaurants and vendors on hand with entertainment provided by Arizona musicians, bands and performers. Beer & Wine Garden, raffle and silent auction raise funds for Local First, activities for young kids. Free admission, tickets sold for food samples. Hance Park, Phoenix.
In 2016: November 5

Chandler Chuck Wagon Cook-Off
Authentic, old fashioned chuck wagon teams compete. The family friendly event will also feature live musical entertainment, Western history, gunfight reenactments, evening campfire glows and cooking demonstrations. Admission, parking and many activities are free. Charge for the hay and horse rides and food/beverages. Tumbleweed Park.
In 2016: November 11, 12

Chandler Symphony Orchestra
Indoors. Family-friendly. Free, donations accepted.
In 2016: November 6

Charles Schwab Cup Championship
Professional male golfers on the senior tour compete in North Scottsdale.
In 2016: November 7 - 13

Chiles and Chocolate Festival
Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix. Chili and chocolate products from local vendors, unique Southwest gifts, cooking demonstrations, live music. Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix.
In 2016: November 11 - 13

City Lights Movie Night
Free movie at CityScape in Downtown Phoenix. Giveaways, contests, prizes. Bring a chair.
In 2016: November 11

Circus Vargas
Classic circus entertainment with acrobats, clowns and death-defying feats. No animals at this circus. Several locations, check schedule.
In 2016: November ?

Indie Lens Pop-Up
Formerly known as Community Cinema. Free movie and post-show discussion, presented by City of Mesa Office of Diversity. Dobson Ranch Library, Mesa. 
In 2016: November ?

Cooks & Corks
An exclusive culinary event where guests (21+) sample creations of local chefs. A fundraiser for The Scottsdale League for the Arts. North Scottsdale.
In 2016: November 11

CopperWynd Women’s Pro Challenge
A USTA Pro Circuit event, typically featuring players ranked from #100 to #500 in the world.  The event is typically a stepping-stone for participants to WTA Tour events and Grand Slam tennis tournaments. Clinics and activities for kids. Fountain Hills.
In 2016: October 30 - November 6

Crossroads of the West Gun Show
Hundreds of tables to meet the needs of everyone, from the once a year hunter to the avid collector. Mesa Convention Center.

Cynosport World Games - Dog Agility World Championships
Hundreds of dogs from around the world compete in dock diving, lure coursing, herding, rally obedience and a basic agility course. WestWorld, Scottsdale.
In 2016: November 9 - 13
In 2016: November 19,20

Day of The Dead
Day of the Dead exhibitions, festivals, parties, and celebrations in the Phoenix area.
In 2016: Late October - Early November

Desert Ridge Marketplace Concerts
Free concerts on two stages in North Phoenix at Desert Ridge Marketplace.
In 2016: Every Friday and Saturday night

Discover India Festival
Festival Highlights include cultural show, parade, food fair, Clothes and Jewelry Bazaar, cooking and cultural demos, children's fair. Free admission. Scottsdale.
In 2016: November 12

Discount Tire Free Family Sundays
Free admission for everyone at Phoenix Art Museum on the second Sunday of the month. Includes a special hands-on, educational programming and/or entertainment designed to appeal to visitors of all ages. Special exhibitions may have a reduced charge. More about Phoenix Art Museum. Get directions.
In 2016: November 13

Downtown Chandler Art Walk
Visit more than 50 artisans set up along the streets in front of the unique shops and cafes of Historic Downtown Chandler. Free.
In 2016: Third Friday of the month

Downtown Gilbert Concert Series
Free. Food and beverages are available to purchase. Water Tower Plaza (across from Hale Theater) in Gilbert’s Heritage District.
In 2016: November 3, 17

Earth and Space Exploration Day
Arizona State University invites the public to the School of Earth and Space Exploration for science and engineering activities. For students age five and up, families, educators and anyone interested in exploring Earth and space. 3-D astronomy shows, interactive meteorite displays, tour The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera Science Operations Center, guided walks through of the Visitors Gallery. Free, but registration required. ASU, Tempe Campus.
In 2016: November 5

El Mercado de Las Artes
Many of the Southwest's best Hispanic artists will show and sell their work at this annual event, formerly known as Heard Museum Spanish Market. Artwork includes an array of santos, furniture, jewelry, tilework, glitter art, tinwork, paintings, carvings, pottery and more. Admission is free. Does not include museum admission. Heard Museum, Phoenix.
In 2016: November 12, 13

Fall Concerts at Eastmark
Live musical performances featuring popular local acts. Free, family-friendly and open to the public. No pets. Blankets, low-back chairs, picnic baskets and coolers are welcome. Eastmark Great Park, Mesa.
In 2016: September 2

Fall Fishing Clinic & Outdoor Safety Event?
Basic fishing tips and guidance. Bait is provided and a limited number of fishing rods for loan are available (first come, first served). Outdoor safety demonstrations. All ages. Free admission. Veteran’s Oasis Park, Chandler.
In 2016: November 5

Festival of the Superstitions
Carnival, musical entertainment, food vendors, car show, merchandise vendors, business booths, children’s activities. Apache Junction.
In 2016: November 11, 12

Fiesta Bowl Hole-in-One
Purchase bags of golf balls and try to qualify for the $1 million hole-in-one prize. A fundraiser for Fiesta Bowl charities.
In 2016: October 28 - November 13

First Friday
Visit more than 80 downtown Phoenix art galleries, studios and art spaces. Free. Free admission to several downtown Phoenix attractions.
In 2016: First Friday of the month.

First Saturdays for Families
Families with kids ages 4 – 12 are invited to the ASU Art Museum to participate in artistic projects. Free drop-in program. Tempe.
In 2016: November 5

Florence Junior Parada Rodeo
The oldest continuous junior rodeo competition in the U.S. Free admission, small charge to park. Charles Whitlow Rodeo Grounds, Florence.
In 2016: November 25 - 27

Fountain Festival of Arts and Crafts
Arts, crafts, food, music, entertainment. Fountain Hills Park.
In 2016: November 11 - 13

Friday Night Drags
Local bring their own vehicles and race at Wildhorse Pass Motorsports Park, Chandler. Drivers and spectators welcome.
In 2016: November 11

Front Porch Pickins Vintage and Handmade Market
Everything vintage, rustic, shabby, retro and handmade in the West Valley. Antiques, handmade treasures and unique, local talent. University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale.
In 2016: November 4, 5

Gilbert Art Walk
Local artists set up booths to display their work. Community booths and children's activities. Free admission. Downtown Gilbert.
In 2016: November 5, 12, 26

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Nov. 3, 2016

MGroup Client Appreciation Party 2016

Just in time for the holidays!

This year come join us for some ice skating!

November 19th 12-2pm 

Coyotes Ice Den

9375 E Bell Rd

Scottsdale, AZ 85260

  

Here's some of the free family fun we will be having!

 

- Ice Skating!

 

- Pizza!

 

- Raffle Prizes!

 

- Thanksgiving Pie!

 

- Photographer for your family holiday cards!

 

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