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April 2014: Things, Places & Peeps

Thursday, April 24, 2014   /   by Natasha Tomlinson

April 2014: Things, Places & Peeps

Things To Do In April!

 

Spring Butterfly Exhibit 
Visitors to the Marshall Butterfly Pavilion can expect to see hundreds of butterflies housed in a spacious 36-by-80-foot flight enclosed garden that recreates a habitat that is most appealing to butterflies. Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix.

http://www.dbg.org/events-exhibitions/spring-butterfly-exhibit

 

 

 

Sundays in Paradise 
Live music outdoors at Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain in Paradise Valley. Bring a blanket. Gourmet a la carte treats are available for purchase. Guests may opt to purchase a Gourmet Picnic Package which includes a blanket to borrow, a bottle of wine, and a selection of appetizers. Call 480-607-2300 to reserve a space for up to four people. No outside food or drink, no pets. 

http://www.sanctuaryoncamelback.com/food/events/sundaysinparadise.html

 

 

Goodyear Spring Concert Series

Bring lawn chairs, blankets, food, beverages (no glass) or purchase from our on-site food vendor. Goodyear Community Park. Free.

http://www.goodyearaz.gov/index.aspx?NID=2409

 

 

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. http://crossroadsgunshows.com/calendar.php

 

Out To Lunch Concert Series

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. Bring stadium cushions/blankets. Brown bags and picnic baskets are welcome. 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Free. Mesa Arts Center.

 

http://www.mesaartscenter.com/index.php/events/free-events/SpringOuttoLunchConcertSeries

 

 

AZ Wine & Dine

Food and wine samplings provided by more than 20 of the Valley's finest local restaurants, resort kitchens and national wineries. The event will include live musical entertainment. 21 and older only.  Scottsdale Quarter http://azwineanddine.com/

 

 

 

 

Family Friday Sunset Series 
Visitors connect to the natural and cultural resources of the Preserve through the use of their senses, allowing kids of all ages to see, smell, touch, hear and even taste their surroundings. McDowell Sonoran Preserve, Scottsdale 

http://www.mcdowellsonoran.org/event/displayEvent/317#sthash.iKFAauCx.dpbs

 

 

Chandler Jazz Festival 
Jazz in a variety of outdoor and indoor venues. All performances are free. Visit the galleries, restaurants and shops. Free parking. Bring a blanket or lawn chair to enjoy the outdoor performances. Downtown Chandlerhttp://www.chandleraz.gov/default.aspx?pageid=160

 

 

 

Cave Creek Spring Classic & Collector Car Auction 
Classic and collector cars. Stagecoach Village, Cave Creek. 

http://cavecreekauction.com/upcomingevents.html

 

 

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. http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov/parks/pinnacle/toursevents

 

 

Arizona Bike Week 
Bands, rallies, exhibits, competitions, charity rides, auctions, raffles--everything for the motorcycle enthusiast. http://azbikeweek.com/


Great Arizona Bicycle Festival 
Celebrating the return of the El Tour de Mesa to Downtown Mesa. Downtown Historic Bicycle Tour, Great Arizona Bike Swap and more.  https://www.facebook.com/TheGreatArizonaBicycleFestival/events

 

 

 

Phoenix Symphony Stroll 
Take a stroll through downtown Phoenix and drop into various venues to experience a variety of music, food and drink.

 

http://www.phoenixsymphony.org/

 

Phoenix Pet Expo 
Vendors, demonstrations, adoptions, low-cost vaccinations and services, contests. University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale. http://www.phoenixpetexpo.com/home.html

 

 

Lake Pleasant Paddle Fest 
Watercraft to try out. Contests, demos, and free instruction. Lake Pleasant, west of the 10-lane boat launch.  http://www.maricopa.gov/parks/lake_pleasant/EventsDetailPublishers.aspx?EventID=19588

 

 

 

Arizona Special Olympics Summer Games 
2,000 athletes compete in track and field, powerlifting, gymnastics, softball skills, tennis and other events at Mesa Community College.  http://www.specialolympicsarizona.org/2013-summer-games

 

 

Phoenix Improv Festival
Showcasing both Phoenix improvisational troupes and those from improvisational theatres across the country. Seminars. Herberger Theater.  http://phoeniximprovfestival.com/

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Scottsdale, AZ 85255
480-907-5097


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