Fountain Hills will be celebrating its 28th annual Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving Day. It’s a great way to burn some calories before slathering them back on with turkey and pumpkin pie. Runners can choose between a 1-mile fitness walk or a 5K run. … [Read more...] about Turkey Trot and Thanksgiving Day Parade
For more information, visit https://www.fmyn.org/event/orme-dam-victory-days-2018/ … [Read more...] about Orme Dam Victory Days
It’s easy to find great pickleball action in Fountain Hills. Did you know our town offers seven pickleball courts and boasts more than 320 active club members? Pickleball is a fun sport for all ages that combines many elements from tennis, … [Read more...] about Pick Up Your Paddle and Play Pickleball
The Fountain Festival of Fine Arts & Crafts is one of the original traditions of our community. Since it began in 1974, it has grown from 60 artists and artisans to over 500 from all over the world and it has become one of the largest arts and … [Read more...] about Fountain Festival of Fine Arts & Crafts
When searching for a new home during a relocation, there are many things that can take priority on our list of “must haves”. For many people, proximity to a commercial airport is on that list. Residents of the East Valley of the Sun, including … [Read more...] about Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport Ranked #7
Your home might be beautiful. Maybe it is immaculate, stylishly appointed and highly upgraded with the finest materials and features. Yet unless you are one in a thousand, it is not “staged’. Staging is intended for two audiences: the camera and the … [Read more...] about Staging for S-O-L-D!
Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a holiday celebrated throughout Mexico and by people of Mexican heritage living elsewhere. This multi-day holiday focuses on gathering to remember and honor friends and family who are no longer with … [Read more...] about Dia de los Muertos Celebrations in the Valley of the Sun
Educational Innovation at Its Finest Picture a school where students don’t just study Geography---memorizing maps with borders outlining pastel-colored spaces called “countries”. Imagine studying “Human Geography”---the origins of people and the … [Read more...] about BASIS Scottsdale: Educational Innovation at Its Finest