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Tickets to Good Vibrations: “Receive” More than You “Give”!

FH Theater BeachParty 7.5x7.5 Facebook HRWant to get that “Good Vibe” of receiving tremendous value when you make a purchase?

That’s exactly what you ‘get’ when you ‘give’ $100 per ticket for the Fountain Hills Theater’s annual Broadway in the Hills fundraising extravaganza.  You’ll start the Good Vibrations evening rockin’ to the West Coast harmonies of the Southwest Surfers Band, while you try to out-bid your buddies for dozens of outstanding auction items.  After cocktails, you’ll share a table with friends and enjoy a bit of dancing before your delicious chef-inspired dinner.  As you polish off a luscious dessert, the highlight of the “Broadway” evening unfolds: a lushly-costumed 60’s style Floorshow showcasing the Theater’s musically-gifted singers and dancers.

Often even frequent theater-goers are surprised to know that performance ticket sales alone do not support the infrastructure and operations of a theater company. And though modest, even “Fun-raisers” have base-line expenses. And that is where our selfless sponsors and donors come in.

southwest surfers 02Copperwynd Resort and Club and Cummings Pest Control stepped up as the initial ‘Keystone’ sponsors to underwrite this year’s Broadway in the Hills, followed by Cornerstone and Pillar sponsors Sami Fine Jewelry, Highland Chateau Party and Event Planning, Sapori D’Italia, the Arizona Lottery and Crusizees Travel Agency.
So go on line or call today to get your Broadway in the Hills tickets—Deadline to buy is March 1….just around the corner.   Enjoy the Good Vibrations of knowing that you are supporting a cultural icon’s on-going operations and at the same time, guaranteeing you and your friends a rollicking good time.

Some "Style Options" presented by the Fountain Hills Theater Board of Directors!

Some “Style Options” presented by the Fountain Hills Theater Board of Directors!

Curious What to Wear?  Feel free to come in in your version of 1960’s Glitzy, Glamorous, Beatnik or Beach Casual…it’s all fun, and all for a good cause!

Broadway in the Hills Good Vibrations Fun-raiser

Sunday, March 6, 2016, Fountain Hills Community Center, 13001 N. La Montana Drive, Fountain Hills, AZ 85268.

5:30 p.m.- Cocktails, Silent Auction and the Southwest Surfers Band

7:00 p.m. – Dinner, Dancing and Broadway-style Floor Show Entertainment

http://www.fhtaz.org/broadway-in-the-hills/   Tickets by phone:  ex 837-9661, ex: 3

Fountain Hills’ February Calendar of Events!

Fun, Food, and Festive Celebrations:   February is Fine in Fountain Hills

 

Feb #1 Fountain Hills MorningFebruary-Various Dates

Senior Activity Center hosts dozens of interesting courses, activities and presentations each month in the Fountain Hills Community Center. Annual Membership is $20 per person, which provides free access to most classes, presentations and specialized activity groups.  A sampling of February activities is listed below, and the full listing of activities, from Bingo to Botswana is available at: http://www.fh.az.gov/230/Special-Presentations

February 3, 2016:  Heard Museum Presentation — Dine´  THE NAVAJO – Course #1640

February 4, 2016:  JUST IN FROM MARS – Course #1788

February 11, 2016:  SECRETS OF THE GRAND CANYON – Course #1790

February 17, 2016:  BOTSWANA THE PEACEABLE KINGDOM- Course #1791

All events are held at the Fountain Hills Community Center, generally 2-3:30 p.m.

13001 N La Montana Drive, Fountain Hills, AZ 85268

 

February 4, 2016:  River of Time Museum Volunteer Open House

Stop by the museum for coffee and bagels and lean about the different ways you can help keep the waters flowing at the River of Time. Lots of opportunities to use your talents and work with a wonderful group of volunteers.  9:00 a.m.

12901 N. La Montana Drive, Fountain Hills, AZ 85268

http://rotmuseum.org/event-details?id=21

 

February 4, 2016:  Campground Bird Walk for Beginner Birders

McDowell Mountain Regional Park; Ranger Amy will lead this 1-1/2 hour class to learn how to spot local and migrating birds. Bring your own binoculars.  8:00-9:30 a.m. 16300 N. McDowell Mountain Park Dr.

Questions? Contact Ranger Amy, amyroberts@mail.maricopa.gov

Note:  The Park Rangers and Volunteers conduct Nature Walks, fitness hikes and educational demonstrations throughout each month.  Check out the event calendar on the website or sign up for event alerts: http://www.maricopa.gov/parks/mcdowell/EventsDetailPublishers.aspx?EventID=26077

 

February Various Dates:  Grapeables Wine Bar

Enjoy live Music every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday in February at Grapeables Wine Bar.  This Lakeside treasure offers a diverse group of musical talent and a diverse and interesting range of wine (and even some craft beer).

Friday February 5th – Brian Chartrand

Saturday February 6th – Jenny Jarnagin

Friday February 12th – Notes From Neptune

Saturday February 13th – Adam Simons

Saturday February 19th – Billy Cioffi Trio

Saturday February 20th – Walt Richardson

Friday February 26th – Lewis Ray

Saturday February 27th (2:00-5:30) – Chuck E. Baby / (7:00-10:30) Billy Cioffi Trio

12645 N. Saguaro Blvd, #9 Fountain Hills, AZ 85268

http://grapeableswinebar.com/events/

 

February 4, 2016:  Farmers Market/ Art on the Avenue

Feb #2 Made by BeesThe Avenue of the Fountains is the place to be for the weekly Farmer’s Market/ Art on Avenue.  Artisan pastries, great Super Bowl snacks, and gourmet condiments to delight the “foodie” in you.  Artists display their one-of-a- kind creations, with many southwestern-themed gifts to delight seasonal visitors. Order ahead this week for Valentine’s Day Delivery.

11-5 p.m.  East end of the Avenue of the Fountains

 

February Varous Dates:  Jazz in the Hills at the Emerson Gallery

Friday February 5:  Pesce Trio with Jerry Donato

Friday February 12:  Mike Lake Quartet

Friday February 19:  Dan Sieckman Trio

Friday February 26:  Beth Lederman with Jazz Con Alma

All performances 7:00 to 9:30 pm.  Emerson Art Gallery 16930 E Palisades Blvd, Fountain Hills, AZ 85268 http://www.fhtimes.com/calendar/music/jazz-in-the-hills/event

 

February 6, 2016:  Free Books for your e-readers

Fountain Hills Library is offering classes to help learn how to download library books to your reader or e-reader, tablet, smartphone, or other e-device? The Library will help you use their free book-download service to read your favorites without fees.

12:30-2:00 p.m. Fountain Hills Branch   12901 N. La Montana Drive, Fountain Hills, AZ 85268

http://evanced.mcldaz.org/evanced/lib/eventsignup.asp

 

February 7, 2016:  Become a Junior Ranger

McDowell Mountain Regional Park

Feb #3 McDowell Mountain ParkBring your kids (ages 4-12) out to the park for this “on your own” program. Stop by the Visitor Center between 9am-10am to pick up the Junior Ranger booklet. Head outside to complete the activities, and have fun! Return to the Nature Center when you’re finished to pick up the Jr. Ranger badge you earned! Activities can be completed within 1-2 hours. (Please note the Nature Center closes at 4pm)

10:00 a.m.  Duration: It’s up to you! http://www.maricopa.gov/parks/mcdowell/EventsDetailPublishers.aspx?EventID=26077

 

February 11, 2016:   Library “Heart Attack”

Yikes! The library has been attacked by hearts of all sizes and colors. Help us save the library by participating in numerous “heart” activities such as shape poetry, card making, and candy dipping. For children, ages 4- 12. Adult supervision required for children 4-8-years-old.  3:30-4:30p.m. Library Conference Room.  Funded by the Fountain Hills Friends of the Library.

Fountain Hills Library, 13001 N. La Montana Drive, Fountain Hills, AZ 85268
Contact: Christy Valentine

http://evanced.mcldaz.org/evanced/lib/eventcalendar.asp

 

February 11, 2016:  Art on the Avenue/ Farmer’s Market

Feb #4Art on the ave logofixed with textA perfect time to pick up Valentine-themed gifts and specialty food items from the vendors and artists in Fountain Hills Thursday Market.

11-5 p.m.  East end of the Avenue of the Fountains

 

February 12-28, 2016:  Into the Woods

Feb #5 Into-Woods_color-300x161Fountain Hills Youth Theater winter production

James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim take everyone’s favorite storybook characters and bring them together for a timeless yet relevant piece and rare modern classic. The TONY Award-winning book and score are both enchanting and touching.  February 12-28; Friday and Saturday 7:00 p.m.; Sunday, 1:00 p.m.

Fountain Hills Theater, 11445 N Saguaro Blvd., Fountain Hills, AZ 85268

http://www.fhtaz.org/into-the-woods/

 

February 13, 2016:  Front Porch Concert Series:  Territorial Brass

Territorial Brass was formed in February 1987 and was quickly recognized by museums across Arizona as an entertaining living history resource. Dressed in turn-of-the-century costume (modeled after the Prescott and Bisbee brass bands), Territorial Brass recaptures the golden age of the American town band. TICKETS ARE REQUIRED FOR ADMISSION TO THIS PROGRAM. They can be picked up at the Customer Service Desk at the library.   2:00-3:00 p.m., Fountain Hills Community Center

http://evanced.mcldaz.org/evanced/lib/eventcalendar.asp

 

February 13, 2016:  Adult CPR Class

The purpose of this course is to train individuals to overcome any reluctance to act in emergency situations and to recognize and care for life-threatening respiratory or cardiac emergencies in children or adults. The classes cover adult, child and infant CPR; the use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), and first aid for choking. The Fountain Hills Fire Department provides the certified CPR instructors. Registration and Fee payment required. https://apm.activecommunities.com/townfh/Activity_Search/cpr-aed-for-the-community-and-workplace/1764

9:00 -12:00, Community Center, Navajo Room,  13001 N La Montana Drive, Fountain Hills, AZ 85268

 

February 13, 2016:  Wolves in Arizona – McDowell Mountain Regional Park

Are you curious about wolves in the Wild West? Join biologist Jeff Dolphin from the Arizona Game & Fish Department as he discusses his work with the Mexican Gray Wolves! Program will be held at the Visitor Center.  3:00 p.m.    16300 N. McDowell Mountain Park Dr.

http://www.maricopa.gov/parks/mcdowell/EventsDetailPublishers.aspx?EventID=26077

 

 

February 13, 2016:  Concours in the Hills

Feb #6Concours_in_the_Hills_AerialThis is the third annual celebration of Collector Cars in Fountain Hills, and as many as 600 Classic cars are expected. The event benefits the Scottsdale Area (including Fountain Hills Branch) of the Boys and Girls Club. Concours showcases a diverse range of ultra-high performance, luxury, and classic vehicles from both imported and domestic manufacturers. Spectator admission is free and there will be lots of free parking in the lot behind Sonoran Lifestyle Real Estate.  Fountain Park;  10:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m.

 

 February 14, 2016:  Love in the Hills

#7 renew-your-vowsSnuggle with your Valentine at the fourth annual “Love in the Hills” Celebration

Surprise your sweetie and make plans to attend this tribute to the power of love. Registration is free, on-line or at Sami Fine Jewelry on the Avenue of the Fountains.  At sunset the vow renewal ceremony will be shared by more than 700 couples, but pre-registration is required on line or at Sami Fine Jewelry. Stop by the Sonoran Lifestyle Real Estate booth as you enjoy the offerings of the food trucks, free entertainment, professional photographs, and an ever-increasing list of special ways to share Valentine’s Day with your sweetheart.  2-6:30 p.m.

Fountain Park   http://www.loveinthehills.com/event-details

 

February 15-17, 2016:  Cliff Drysdale/Town of Fountain Hills Youth Tennis Lessons

Feb #8Kids playing TennisThree levels of classes, from beginners to tournament preparation will be taught by the Cliff Drysdale professionals.  Pre-registration and fee payment must be completed before the start of classes on February 14, 2016.

Tennis Professional: Steve Etchells,   s.etchells@cliffdrysdale.com  480 333.1842

https://apm.activecommunities.com/townfh/Activity_Search?ActivityCategoryID=13&isSearch=true&applyFiltersDefaultValue=true

 

February 16, 2016:  Fountain Hills Community Band Concert

#9 Community bandFabulous, free entertainment provided by your friends and neighbors who make the Community Band a great celebration of fun and fellowship.

7 p.m.

Fountain Hills Presbyterian Church, 13001 N. Fountain Hills Blvd, Fountain Hills, AZ 85268

 

February 18, 2016:  River of Time Museum’s Theater Thursday

Who are the Ft. McDowell Yavapai?

Who are the Ft. McDowell Yavapai? is presented by Karen Ray. Karen is the Cultural Specialist and Museum Manager for the Ft. McDowell Yavapai Nation and co-author of the book Speak Yavapai Right Now.

The event is free but box lunches are available $6 for members and $7 for nonmembers. Box lunches include a choice of macaroni or potato salad, a cookie, and one of three sandwiches.

River of Time Museum   12901 N. La Montana Drive, Fountain Hills, AZ 85268 http://rotmuseum.org/contact

 

February 21, 2016:  FHCCA In-Home Concert: Dmitri Matheny Group

At the home of Sanford and Barbara McCormick, 13632 Cat claw Place, Fountain Hills, 85268.  4 p.m.

 

February 18, 2016:  Art on the Avenue/ Farmer’s Market

Invite your friends from across the Valley.  Shop the market, have a bite at one of our restaurants, and show off Fountain Hills at its “Sundrenched Winter” finest.

11-5 p.m.; East end of the Avenue of the Fountains

 

February 18, 2016:  State of the Town Address with Mayor Linda Kavanaugh

The Fountain Hills Chamber hosts the annual “State of the Town” meeting featuring a look back and the forward.  This informative address will be presented at the February Chamber of Commerce breakfast meeting, and will include the opportunity to gain some in-depth knowledge about the triumphs as well as the challenges facing the town.  7:30-8:45 a.m. Community Center

Full breakfast is included; $20 for Members, $25 non-members  http://www.fountainhillschamber.com

 

February 25, 2016:  Art on the Avenue/ Farmer’s Market

Seating and shade on AvenueIf you haven’t experienced the newly revamped Avenue of the Fountains, you owe it to yourself to shop the market or one of our downtown merchants, have a bite at one of our restaurants, and bask in the sunshine of our legendary Sonoran Desert winter weather.

11-5 p.m.; East end of the Avenue of the Fountains

 

February 26, 27, 28, 2016:  Fountain Hills Great Fair

Feb#11 Glass at the Great FairMore than 500 artists show their wares ranging from small gift and décor items to larger than life sculptures. From breakfast to lunch to dinner, a wide variety of food fare is also available in the centrally located food court and on Saguaro in front of the fountain. Live music all day is a delight.

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.; Avenue of the Fountain/Saguaro Blvd.

 

February 28, 2016:  Artists Gallery

Fountain Hills Artists Gallery is the largest cooperative gallery in Fountain Hills. Monthly receptions provide the opportunity to meet and mingle with a different group of featured artists each month.  Refreshments will be provided.

5-7:30 p.m.  16858 E. Avenue of the Fountains, Fountain Hills, AZ 85268

http://www.fountainhillsartistsgallery.com

 

February 28, 2016:  Community Band Concert

Stirring Community Band concert in a venue with some of the best acoustics in Fountain Hills.  Sure to delight!  3 p.m.;  Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church, 16150 E. El Lago Blvd, Fountain Hills, AZ 85268

Tickets nearing “Sold Out” for the FH Theater’s Smash hit

La Cage Aux Folles

12-la-cage-logo2-243x300Only the rare venue offers the opportunity to experience live musical theater just a few feet from the on stage magic. Fountain Hills Theater lights up the valley once again with another rollicking musical production, La Cage Aux Folles.

Before there was the popular movie The Birdcage, there was the Tony award- winning, smash hit Broadway musical, LA CAGE AUX FOLLES. After twenty years of bliss, Georges and Albin, two men partnered for better-or-worse, get a shock when Georges’ Ivy League son announces his impending marriage to the daughter of an ultra-conservative politician.

Further complicating the situation, Albin and Georges run a flamboyant drag nightclub in St. Tropez, where Albin is the star performer ‘Zaza.’

Tickets on line or by Phone at 837-9661, ex. 3

http://www.fhtaz.org/la-cage-aux-folles/

Pulitzer Prize-winning Play Opens At Fountain Hills Theater

Sunday in the Park with George with Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim

November  6 – 22, 2015;

Sunday_in_the_Park_Original_PlaybillThe Fountain Hills Theater shines the brightest with its musical productions. The intimate venue transports the audience inside the story with the actors, the live music and unique choreography casting its spell.

Sunday in the Park with George is a musical with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and book by James Lapine. The musical was inspired by the painting “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte” by Georges Seurat. A complex work revolves around a fictionalized Seurat immersed in single-minded concentration while painting his masterpiece and the people in that picture.

Seurat paintingThe first Broadway production opened in 1984, winning the 1985 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, two Tony Awards for design (and a nomination for Best Musical), numerous Drama Desk Awards, the 1991 Olivier Award for Best Musical and the 2007 Olivier Award for Outstanding Musical Production.

Shimmering with love and light, this unique, inventive musical is one of the most acclaimed shows of our time.  Sondheim’s soaring score and James Lapine’s award-winning book intertwine with Seurat’s distinctive art to create a moving, poetic drama that explores the complexity of life and the art of understanding it.

Tickets are still available at the box office, 11445 N Saguaro Blvd, Fountain Hills, AZ 85268;  (480) 837-9661 or on line at:  http://www.fhtaz.org/#event|sunday-in-the-park-with-george|87

November 2015 Calendar Fun of Events for Fountain Hills: A Month of Fun!

 Farmers Market Patio deco Art on Ave; Sonoran Lifestyle Real Estate

Art on the Avenue Each Thursday in Fountain Hills

Race, read, dance, play or just watch the Parade go by…November in Fountain Hills has something going on for all ages and interests.  Don’t miss a thing…Mark your calendar to experience the richness of our amazing Sonoran Lifestyle in Fountain Hills.

First…before we get to the fun events in November, be sure to get your tickets for events coming up in the coming season in Fountain Hills.

In Home Concert Series presented by the Fountain Hills Civic and Cultural Association is one of the most unique intimate music venues in the State of Arizona.  Small group gatherings with up-close access to jazz and classical music greats.   Tickets sell out early—call for more information: 480-837-0762.  http://www.fhcultural-civic.org/#!in-home-concerts/mdyw6

Christmas Carol, http://www.fhtaz.org, Sonoran Lifestyle Real EstateAt Fountain Hills Theater, tickets are now on salefor the Holiday Season, sure to be an early sell-out for Junie B. in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells (Dec 4-20) and A Christmas Carol, The Musical (Dec 4-20)  http://www.fhtaz.org

#2 Grand Canyon ReadersNovember 4:  Grand Canyon Readers Award
Fountain Hills Public Library; All School Age Children are invited.  Registration is required.  http://evanced.mcldaz.org/evanced/lib/eventsignup

Thursdays, November 5, 12, 19:  Farmers Market and Art on the Avenue

Avenue of the Fountains; 11-5 p.m.   Artisan Court on East end of Avenue; Farmer’s Market on the West End

November 5:  Chamber of Commerce Special Community Event

TRANSFORM YOUR MEMORY!  Sean M. O’Neil is the President of Remember Media, LLC, and is regarded as one of America’s most entertaining speakers on the topic of developing an instant-recall memory.

No charge for Fountain Hills Chamber members; $25.00 non-members.  Fountain Hills Chamber of Commerce Building; 9:00 am – 10:30 am.  Registration required; 16837 E. Palisades Blvd;

Scott Hallock TiggersNovember 5:  Scott Hallack and the Tiggers

FH Teen Band Free Fall Concert; FH Branch Library;  Centennial Courtyard    6:30-7:30 p.m.

#5GeorgeSlider3-300x180 (1)November 6-22:  Sunday in the Park with George at FH Community Theater

Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim.  http://www.fhtaz.org/sunday-in-the-park-with-george

November 6-7:  Semi-annual Friends of the Library Book Sale

Super Bargains on Books, CD’s and Periodicals to benefit Library programs and community projects.  Library Lobby; 12901 N. La Montana Drive.

November 7:  Front Porch Performances presented by Friends of the Library

Scott Hallock, Acoustic Guitar and vocals;  Folk, Rock, Bluegrass, Country—Scott does it all with his own pleasing style!  Reading Lounge, 2-3 p.m., Fountain Hills Library Branch, 12901 N. La Montana Drive,

http://www.fhcultural-civic.org/, Sonoran LIfestyle Real Estate

Check out Docent Led Artwalks

November 7:  Get Your Art On

Fountain Hills has one of the largest and most dramatic public art collections in the southwest…more than 150 pieces, concentrated largely in Fountain Park and the Community Center/Library/Museum complex (Centennial Circle).  The pieces in the Centennial Center area have QR codes so you can do a self-tour via smart phone.  Docent-led walks are scheduled weekly during the winter months, and group tours are available by appointment.  Early Morning Art Walk Docent Tour – 9-10:30, Centennial Circle in front of Library/Museum.  Mid-Day Art Walk, Fountain Park – 11-12:30.  https://apm.activecommunities.com/townfh/Activity

 

 

November 7:  Free Birds… Movie in the Park

Twice each year, Fountain Hills Community Services hosts a Movie in the Park for the families of Fountain Hills. Past movies have included Racing Stripes, Shrek the Third, Over the Hedge, Madagascar, Kung Fu Panda, and Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.  Fountain Park,  Time: 7 p.m.

CopperWyndProChallenge3November 7-15:  US Tennis Association Women’s Pro Challenge at Copperwynd Resort

Tickets on Sale NOW!  This USTA Women’s Pro Circuit event is one of the stepping stones to the WTA and the Grand Slam tournaments like the US Open.  Sonoran Lifestyle Real Estate is a proud sponsor of the event and invite you to be our guest.  Copperwynd members attend most events for free; tickets for final tournament days are $10.00.  http://www.arizonachallenger.com/

http://www.arizonachallenger.com/, Sonoran Lifestyle Real Estate

Fun for all ages at CopperWynd Women’s Tennis Challenge

November 11-12:  KIDS CARNIVAL AND TENNIS CLINIC

Fastest serve competition, hit for prize court, games, prizes, snacks & refreshments. Kids will receive a gift/prize on the day from Wilson Racquet Sports!  Ages 4-10: Wednesday November 11th  4-5 p.m.;  Ages 11-16: Thursday November 12th 4-5 pm.  CopperWynd Resort & Club | 13225 N. Eagle Ridge Drive.  Complimentary for all kids ages 4-16 | Members and Non-members welcome

→ONLINE REGISTRATION IS REQURIED TO PARTICIPATE IN THE KIDS CARNIVAL- please print confirmation page and bring with you to Kid’s Day!  http://www.arizonachallenger.com/

Art Fair, people walkimg & fountain going offNovember 13-15:  Fall Festival of the Arts

500+ Artisans Celebrating the Fall Festival of the Arts, transforming Downtown Fountain Hills into one of the largest Fine Art markets in the Southwest. Food, entertainment, Beer Garden, Christmas Crafts and Fine Art.  Free to the public; Fountain Hills Artists Gallery has special display of art work inside and outside of the Gallery.  Avenue of the Fountains;   10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Leon J Blues, Sonoran Lifestyle Real Estate

Blues Hall of Famer Leon J at Jazz in the Hills

November 15:  Coming to Jazz in the Hills – Fall Sunday Series

Join us to hear and see the evolution of American Music from the 1800’s to today featuring Blues Hall of Famer, Leon J and his Blues Roots series.  2-4 p.m. Fountain Hills Unified School District Learning Center.  http://jazzinthehills.org/wordpress/leon-j-roots-series/

November 19:  Special Docent-Led Art Walk in Fountain Park, 2-4 pm.  Special walk includes full tour of the public art in fountain Park, and a self-tour of the Art on the Avenue vendors, with 5 p.m. reception at the Fountain Hills Artists Gallery on the Avenue of the Fountains.

Artist Gallery, Sonoran Lifestyle Real Estate

Rieko Wantanabe, silk scarves at Fountain Hills Artist Gallery

November 19:  Fountain Hills Artist Gallery Featured Artist Reception  5-7 p.m.

Featured artists:  Nancy Merrit, Jewelry; Rieko Wantanabe, silk scarves; Don Burrows, Watercolors; April Bower, Jewelry and Copper wall art.  Raffle by Artists; refreshments served.  16858 E. Avenue of the Fountains   480.836.9919. http://www.fountainhillsartistsgallery.com

November 19:  Fountain Hills Chamber Connect Monthly Breakfast

Legislative update, featuring Arizona District 23 Elected Officials:  Join us as State Senator Kavanagh, Representative Jay Lawrence and Representative Michelle Ugenti-Rita are featured.  Eagle Mountain Golf Club; 14915 Eagle Mtn. Pkwy.  7:00 to 8:15 a.m. Members and guests are welcome.   http://fountainhillschamber.chambermaster.com/events/details/fh-connect-breakfast-11-19-2015-1173

#11Native American Heritage month Begaye Family Troup

Bee’Channa’ Hassin’ Dancers at Fountain Hills Library

November 21:  Celebrate Native American Heritage Month with the Bee’Channa’ Hassin’ Dancers

Jay Begaye and sons explain and perform brightly costumed Native American Dances.  Library Reading Lounge; 12901 N. La Montana Drive.  11 am to 12 pm…Don’t miss it!  Bee’Channan’Hassin Dancers

November 21:  Paper Shred-a-thon at the Fountain Hills Public Library
 

Residents of Fountain Hills, Rio Verde, Tonto Verde and Fort McDowell are invited to shred up to four file boxes of paper per person in this free paper shredding event funded by the Fountain Hills Friends of the Library. The shredding truck will be in the library’s parking lot at the corner of El Lago Blvd. and La Montana Dr. from 9 a.m. until noon or until the truck is full. All participants must remain with their documents until they are placed in the shredding containers.  Located at Library parking lot- 12901 N. La Montana Drive.   9:00 a.m.-12:00pm.  evanced.mcldaz.org/evanced/lib/eventsignup

 

November 26, HAPPY THANKSGIVING!  

Turkey Trot 201525th Annual Turkey Trot Thanksgiving Day Race

3 Trots:  1 mile fitness run; 5 K and 5 mile runs; prizes awarded by age class.  Pre-register by November 20, 7a.m till 6p.m. Mon thru Thurs; Town Hall; 16705 E. Ave of the Fountains

2010 Parade-7931st annual Chamber of Commerce Thanksgiving Day Parade

Starts at Saguaro and El Lago Blvd. to Palisades to La Montana and ends near Parkview.  This Year’s theme is “Rockin Rudolph”, with treats, music, floats, precision performance troops, and of course, lots of bands and music.  9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. bring your own seating and line up on either curb of the streets.   http://fountainhillschamber.chambermaster.com/events/details/thanksgiving-day-parade-495

November 1-30, Fountain Hills Activity Center  Classes

Continued monthly and located in the Community Center provides dozens of classes and recreational activities throughout the year.  Group sessions include many levels of fitness and exercise, games, bingo, trips, sports excursions and discussion and hobby groups. Classes in Spanish, Sign language, Calligraphy and a variety of health-related sessions are also available.  Membership is $20 per year.  http://www.fh.az.gov/DocumentCenter/View/1138

Also, don’t miss Town of Fountain Hills Recreation Programs

From CPR classes to Sign Language, Art, Team sports and more special interest topics.  Most Special Interest programs require prior registration, and some require modest fees. http://www.fh.az.gov/359/Recreation-Events

Mystery Whodunnit at Fountain Hills Theater


Any Number Can Die

October 12-November 1, 2015

Thursday, Friday, Saturday 8 p.m.; Sunday, 2 p.m.

Any Number Can Die PictureIn the late 1920s, 10 complete strangers (or are they?) find themselves on a secluded island, trapped inside an abandoned mansion, aptly called Raven’s Head. One by one they fall victim to an evil killer and it’s up to a pair of sleuths to find the murderer, before he/she finds them. Then they are summoned to a mysterious midnight reading of the Will…very spooky.

Any Number Can Die is a hilarious spoof of the Agatha Christie-style mysteries, complete with all manner of engaging “suspects.”  Does the heiress know about the Mansion’s hidden doors?  Maybe the Butler did it?  Or will the unassuming spinster, Ernestine Wintergreen pull a ‘Miss Marple’, and find the killer?

This grand farce is rollicking fun, and a perfect venue for the whole family.  We are entering the height of the cultural season now, so a sell-out is likely.

Ordering tickets at our award-winning Theater is easier than ever:

Click here for the night of your choice and view and purchase your tickets on line:  http://www.fhtaz.org/mainstage

Call the box office and charge over the phone:  480-837-9661, ex 3

11445 N. Saguaro Blvd, Fountain Hills AZ, 85268