foothills community foundationOCTOBER 1, 2014

Learn a new craft, hear a lecture, exercise your brain and more at Foothills Community Foundation

SCOTTSDALE – Are you looking to learn a new craft or skill, like card making, digital photography or acting? Do you want to expand your mind by hearing a fascinating lecture or viewing a colorful art show? Or, maybe you’re up for a good game of Bingo or Bridge? These are just some of the many classes, events and activities offered for local residents of all ages at the Foothills Community Foundation’s (FCF) Holland Community Center, 34250 N. 60th Street, Bldg. B, in Scottsdale.


Just for sport

Instead of green grass and 100 yards of ground to cover, dirt and dust filled the small arena that was coated with the smell of fresh manure. There is only one player on each team: a raging bull and its daring rider.

OCTOBER 1, 2014

Desert Foothills Chapter AAS presents Evelyn Billo and Robert Mark on Oct. 8

The Sears Point Archaeological District is an extensive complex site across terraces south of the Gila River and west of present day Gila Bend with over 2,000 panels of petroglyphs. Volcanic cliffs, basalt mesas, and boulders are characteristic of the area.

OCTOBER 1, 2014

First Annual Veterans Summit

Student veterans and employers to learn from each other

PHOENIX – Paradise Valley Community is proud to partner with S.E.E.4VETS (Supporting Education and Employment for Vets) to present the 1st Annual Veterans Summit, from 11 am – 1:30 pm, Friday, Oct. 3, 2014.

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