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Page A1 Let’s Go in the NE Valley January 2010
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By Linda McThrall
Within a 15 mile radius of show at Plaza Fountainside.
5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
the Let’s Go! ofﬁce are in excess And as long as you are in an art- every Friday night
of 100 restaurants. y mood, be sure to visit Foun-
T hose i nclude fast food tain Hills Artists’ Gallery on
places, and little dessert spots, the Avenue of the Fountains.
but within our readership area, In Scottsdale, the Scottsdale Bring the whole family for fun under the stars
you can deﬁ nitely ﬁ nd some- Arts District, extending along
thing to eat. And you can ﬁ nd Main Street, Marshall Way, ★ Free Admission ★
all kinds of food from plain old Sixth Avenue, Stetson Drive
American fare to Middle East- and up to the south shore of
ern and Italian, and Mexican to the waterfront in downtown El Paso Grill & BBQ Entertainment Cold Drinks
Asian, including Chinese, Thai Scottsda le features week ly
and Japanese. a r t wa lks. This mont h t he Wiener Roast: Hot Dogs: $2 Native American Storytelling Beer: $3
We have compiled a Dining special events surround the Fi- Brats: $6 Wagon rides Soft drinks: $1
Guide for your convenience esta Bowl (Jan. 3) and then P.F. Burgers: $4 Fire pits Wine: $5
and to give you ideas and in- Chang’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Arizona Grilled Chicken Sandwich: $6 Horseshoes Cocktails: $5
formation about every single Marathon (Jan. 17).
one of these 102 eateries – or In addition to the visual arts, Make Your Own S’mores: $2 Music Imports: $4
at least ever y single one of both communities have spe-
these that responded to our cial performing arts of every
questionnaires, phone calls genre.
and visits. But since this is an Remember, too, that Valley 480-816-6465
annual publication, we would libraries have “culture passes,”
be happy to hear from you so which can be used to visit vari- *Reservations suggested for groups of 10 or more
we can be sure to include you ous museums. You can check
in next year’s Guide. out t he passes for a week,
enabling you and three other
Fort McDowell Adventures
*** 14803 N. Hiawatha Hood Road,
Fountain Hills is getting people to see museums all
over the Valley. The Fountain Fort McDowell, AZ 85264
ready to be inundated by an-
tique buffs. Wanda Jones, own- Hills Library does not have the
er of Arizona Antique Shows, is passes (none of the branches Take the Beeline Hwy.(87) ½ mile East of Fort McDowell
bringing a show to the Com- in Maricopa County’s library
Casino and turn North (left) on Hiawatha Hood.
munit y Center Jan. 16 and district does), but the Palo-
mino Library just over the hill Stay to the right for 2½ miles and you’re there!
17. These are really excellent
antique shows. There is a wide in Scottsdale does. The passes
variety of exhibitors, bringing get you in free to 14 different
Let’s Go in the NE Valley
all kinds of interesting things museums in the Metro Phoe-
w it h t hem to t hese shows. nix area.
Jones has been in this business
a very long time, and she is sure
The program ends in April,
so get out there and visit some
to bring another premier event of these wonderful museums.
to this community. And since ***
you’re probably in the mood I am ready to welcome a
for antiquing, remember Foun- new year – and say adieu to the Lose Inches from Your Waist • Add Yards to Your Drive
tain Hills Antique Center. The aughts…this past 10 years have
local store has fine antiques
from all over the world. It is
been crazily up and down.
There have been some won-
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Art in these parts is so abun- in this millennium (as if one
teenager isn’t enough).
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Ardonna Buck - 4 years on the program:
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a docent-led tour of the public your glass to the brand new joined the FOCUS21 Fitness Program because of her success. Ardonna has signed up for 50 more sessions.
art. There also is a monthly art year!
Dr. Michael Hinni - 16 years on the program:
Top Doctor at Mayor Clinic, he has increase in strenghth. He has his mother training here in the winter.
Ana Marie Palli:
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Michael Groh - 6 years in the program:
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Friday, January 15, 2010
State of the
Jackie and Jerry Miles
How ma ny of you fol ks p.m. at the Community Cen-
remember Jeff Dayton? Jeff ter. Rehearsals are from 7 to
spent his young adulthood in 9 p.m. every Monday. Direct
Fountain Hills thanks to his questions to Kathryn Jones,
grandmother, Erna Charles. (480) 816-6348, or Brad Roon,
Jeff still plays the guitar and (480) 837-3012.
sings (he used to be Glen *****
Campbell’s band leader), but If you enjoy reading mys-
now he’s also a well-known tery novels and you are fa-
country-western composer. miliar with Arizona author J.J.
He currently resides in Nash- Jance, you’ll want to read her
ville. latest: Trial by Fire. Fountain
He will be in Arizona this Hills is one of the key locales
month for a music compos- in the book. Several of the
ers’ convention, so he has book’s characters make their
promised to perform Sunday, residence in our community,
Jan. 24, at the annual Foun- including the murder victim.
tain Hills Cultural and Civic *****
Association fundraiser at our And one more thing: Ross
home. You are all invited! Call Collins and I are doing the
Jackie, (480) 837-3214, or Jean, program for the Historical
(480) 837-0762, to reserve your Society’s January 20 meeting.
place. Tickets are $25 and can I’ve prepared a program based
be picked up at the door or, if on Theodore Roosevelt’s visits
you want to be sure you have and inf luence on Arizona.
Fountain Hills Antique Center has a full array of antiques. Fountain Hills is hosting the ﬁrst one of the limited number of Ross is the guy who has done
Fountain Hills Antique Show, sponsored by Arizona Antique Shows Jan. 16 and 17 at the tickets, send us a check. You’ll a marvelous one-man show
Community Center. be in for an evening of dinner, about Roosevelt on a couple of
beverages, and home-grown occasions for the Community
country music. As we do every Theater. He’ll be giving the
Fountain Hills to play host year, Jackie and I will pick up
all of the expenses for this af-
fair, so all of your ticket price
speeches our 26th president
gave while in our state. I’ll
ﬁ ll in the gaps. If you’d like
to premier antique expo will go to the FHCCA.
FHCCA’s 14th Annual Juried
to attend, call Jean Linzer for
tickets. She’s the Historical
Society dinner chair, (480)
A r i z ona A nt ique Show s antique oa k f urniture dat- c h i ld r en a c h a nc e t o s e e 837-0762.
Art Show currently is hanging To prove I have no com-
has added Fountain Hills to i ng f rom t he 14 t h cent u r y. what t he world is rea l ly
in the Community Center. mon sense, the next morning
its roster of premier antique Exhibitors also will display like and that if we all help
The public is invited to the I’ll give the program at the
expos. and sell collectibles such as each ot her, our world w i l l
artists’ reception Friday, Jan. Chamber of Commerce. It will
T he Fou nt a i n H i l ls A n- jewelry, pottery, glass, locks, be a better place,” said GFP
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8, 5:30-7 p.m. Judges for the be a photo history of Fountain
tique Show is set for Satur- furniture, western antiques Founder and President Lori
show were Carefree sculptor Hills, using a number of the
day and Sunday, Jan. 16 and and Native A merican arti- Goldberg.
Ron Head, Mesa photographer almost 9,000 pictures of our
17, at the Community Center. facts. Goldberg and volunteers
Steve Nissle, and Scottsdale community I’ve saved from
The show is open Saturday A r i z ona A nt ique Show s w i l l be ava i lable at t he
painter Debra Jones. many sources. It’s one more
f rom 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. a nd is teaming up with the non- a nt i q u e s h o w t o p r o v i d e
Su nday f rom 10 a .m. to 4 profit organization, Global i n for mat ion a nd a nswer ***** step in preparing our Town’s
p.m. Admission and parking Family Philanthropy, at the questions. Details also are Communit y Chor us re- history, a long term project
are free. Fountain Hills show to raise available at w w w.globalfa- hearsals start up Jan. 4 under that Alan Cruikshank, Jean
The upcoming Fountain money for the group. Global milyphilanthropy.org. t he direct ion of Matt hew Linzer and I have taken on.
Hills show features dealers Family Philanthropy works For more information on Frable. If you love to sing, you If your club would like to see
f rom a rou nd t he cou nt r y. with local children as well as Arizona Antique Shows, visit are inv ited to participate. this program, give me a call.
Wa nda Jones, pr i ncipa l of those from Haiti and Africa w w w.azantiqueshow.com. Registration is Jan. 4 at 6:30 That’s enough!!!!
Arizona Antiques, said deal- to help children get off the
ers are vetted and bring with streets and into orphanages
t hem t he h ig hest a nd au- a nd homes. T he y prov ide Fine antiques from around the world.
thentic quality of antiques. clothing and food and other
She said many of the dealers basic necessities to help im- January Clearance Sale Furniture • Jewelry
have spent lifetimes in the
industry and will offer some
prove the living conditions
for the children. Save 10-30 Fine Art • China
Crystal • Cloisonne
of the rarest items available Loca lly, GFP works w ith with this ad. Can not combine with
in their areas of expertise. schools to educat ion chi l-
any other offer or coupon Clocks • Books
A mong s ome of t he of- dren and their families on 10,000 sq. ft. of Boxes • Bottles
fer i ng s a re V ic tor i a n f ig- the gift of giving by imple- antiques & collectibles And Much More!
u ra l napk in r ings dated menting a “service learning”
from 1867 to 1890, Majolica
ceramics and quarter sawn
“T h is g ives t he school
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Pony Express gallops
in to Fountain Hills
Neit her ra in, nor snow, The American Legion will
nor dark of night, etc., etc., sponsor cash bar with beer
can keep the Pony Express and wine, and Phil’s Place
from its appointed rounds. w i l l s el l ba r b e c ue s a nd-
Not even if they change w iches and hot dogs w it h
the date for when they arrive side d i shes. Compl i men-
in Fountain Hills. tary coffee and cake will be
The Navajo County Sher- ser ved, and “Gwen’s Ba ke
iff’s Posse Hashknife Pony Sale” will be set up during
Express will arrive in Foun- the event.
tain Hills Thursday, Jan. 28, Pony Express T-shirts will
a whole week earlier than be sold for $10, and raff le
previously planned. The L. tickets also will be on sale.
A la n Cr ui ksha n k R iver of A t wo-day stay in Tucson
Time Museum Pony Express w ith nearby attractions is
Chair Niobe Borman, rear- the grand prize. Other items
ranged everything with her also will be raff led.
committee, a nd t he show Borman said a food drive
will go on as planned. ra f f le w i l l be held. Those
Fou nta i n H i l ls ha s be- attending are asked to bring
come a way station for Pony non-perishable food items
Express riders on their way f or t he E x t e nde d H a nd s
from Holbrook to Scottsdale. Food Ba n k, a nd t hey w i l l
This is the 52nd ride by Pony receive a raff le ticket.
Express, carrying mail from Entertainment includes The Hashknife Pony Express will make its way up the Avenue of the Fountains again this year.
Ho l br o o k t o S c ot t s d a l e . t he fa mous Senior Center The riders will be in Fountain Hills Jan. 28 on their way to Scottsdale to kick off the annual
The tradition is to kick off Line Dancers, DJ Scott Hal- Parada del Sol parade and rodeo.
Parada del Sol activities in lock, and a performance by
Scottsdale. Fountain Hills Fountain Hills Community
has become a stop for the Theater’s Youth Theater. The
r ider s, a nd t he tow n ha s
turned it into a celebration
OK Chorale also will provide
w it h food, enter ta in ment T he Pony E x pre s s r id- set Jan. 29 E X P E C T E XC E L L E NC E
and viewers lining the Av- ers arrive at the Scottsdale A Pony Express Round-
enue of t he Fou nta i ns to ma i n post of f ice, 1776 N. Up is set for Friday, Jan. 29,
await the riders’ arrival. Scottsdale Rd., at noon Fri- at the American Legion.
Events get under way in day, Jan. 29. The Parada del The event features a bar- The Fountain Hills Experts
Fountain Hills at 3 p.m. Rid- Sol Rodeo beg i ns Fr iday, becue rib dinner from 5 to
ers are expected to arrive Feb. 26 a nd r uns t hrough 7 p.m. Entertainment will
between 1 and 3 p.m., and Sunday, Feb. 28. The Parada feature Scott Hallock and
activities. at the Community del Sol parade is set for 10 Nancy Damone.
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