MAY 7, 2014

AZ Archaeology Society – Desert Foothills presents Britton Shepardson

easter islandEaster Island, a Polynesian Island, is one of the most remote islands in the world. Yet, most of us know this island for one primary reason – really large statues. The enormous carved extant monumental statues called moai are created by the Rapa Nui people. The cataloged number of moai is 887 on the island or in museums. A fact not as commonly known is the thousands of petroglyphs on Easter Island.


There’s something for everyone at Desert Foothills Library

After 60 years of providing a center for the community to learn and develop, the Desert Foothills Library currently boasts its strongest collection of programs ever, according to executive director David Court.

MAY 7, 2014

A Midsummer Night’s Dream runs through
May 11

Samantha Nicole Yedor (Oberon) shows fellow cast member Leanne Brodie (Snout) how she used feathers from Brodie’s peacock, Fred, to create the headdress her character Oberon wears in A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

MAY 7, 2014

Arizona Musicfest announces Anna Han recipient of 2014/2015 Scholarship

SCOTTSDALE – Arizona Musicfest is proud to announce the 2014/2015 Arizona Musicfest Scholarship Recipients. The newest recipient of The Arizona Musicfest Scholarship is Anna Han, pianist, from Chandler, Arizona. Ms. Han will attend The Juilliard School (at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, New York City).

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