Scottsdale is celebrating its 26th season of Sunday A’Fair, another one of the free events that makes Downtown Scottsdale so special! If you haven’t been yet, you don’t know what you’ve been missing. So, bring a blanket, lawn chair, picnic baskets, Sunday paper, kids, dogs… and enjoy a relaxing afternoon of great entertainment!
Held in the beautiful Scottsdale Civic …
Learning about Native American culture enhances any trip to Arizona. Just down the street from us, the Scottsdale Civic Center Amphitheater hosts free performances by celebrated Native American dancers from the Hopi, Dine and San Carlos Apache tribes.
You can also enjoy Native American artwork, jewelry, and food. Be sure to bring a blanket or folding chairs. Native Trails is …
If you’re like me, the thought of shopping this time of year is not fun. However, you will find less crowds and a better shopping experience if you go local!
At the Scottsdale Old Town Farmer’s Market, every Saturday morning you’ll find plenty of ready-to-wrap seasonal specialties like jams and mustards, plus gardening items like the beautiful Monarch planting boxes that are perfect for growing your own fresh herbs and veggies!
It’s Christmas time in Sister’s classroom and she needs her students’ help to solve one of history’s great mysteries – who swiped the Magi’s gold? It doesn’t matter if you’ve seen the show 100 times or you’re seeing it for the first time. This is one hilarious one-nun show and she casts an unforgettable living nativity scene to expose the culprit.