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MAY 20 09 COMMUNITY CALENDAR & LOCAL AREA EVENTS SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 2 Wine Down Movie Night VENU | 7:00 pm 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Casual Dining Movie Night Brown Bag Wine Club Burger Bonanza EDGE Cafe EDGE | 6:30 pm E/V | 6:30 pm VENU | 6:30 pm EDGE | 6:30 pm EDGE | 11:30 am Cinco de Mayo 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Mother’s Day Brunch Casual Dining Movie Night Pizza Pizzazz Friday Fondue EDGE | 10:00 am VENU | 6:30 pm E/V | 6:30 pm EDGE | 6:30 pm VENU | 7:00 pm Mother’s Day 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Casual Dining Movie Night Pizza Pizzazz Brown Bag Wine Club VENU Cafe Munchkin Matinee VENU | 6:30 pm E/V | 6:30 pm EDGE | 6:30 pm VENU | 6:30 pm VENU | 11:30 am VENU | 11:00 am 24/31 25 26 27 28 29 30 Memorial Day BBQ Movie Night Pasta Pronto Dinner and a Dive-In Brown Bag Wine Club EDGE | 4:00 pm E/V | 6:30 pm VENU | 6:30 pm EDGE | 6:30 pm VENU | 6:30 pm Memorial Day EVENT DETAILS WEEKLY EVENTS SPECIAL EVENTS MONDAY Evenings Friday, May 1 Chef Mike will prepare a delectable nosh to keep Casual Dining Wine Down Movie Night you stomachs from growling. $20 per person. May 4 & 25 | EDGE | 6:30 pm VENU | 7:00 pm RSVP Required. May 11 & 18 | VENU | 6:30 pm Bring down your favorite drink and “Wine” Down Monday Night Casual Dining with Chef Mike in with your fellow adult residents while you enjoy Saturday, May 23 the Great Rooms! Start your week by leaving the viewing a movie in the Theater. This event is Munchkin Matinee cooking to your Chef. Great cooking, great fun! complimentary. VENU | 11:00 am $12 per person. Reservations with payment This matinee is especially for all VENU/EDGE accepted. Meal tickets will be provided at Wednesday, May 6 munchkins. Join us for some popcorn and a check-in. Space is limited so sign up early! Brown Bag Wine Club kid’s movie in the Great Room Theaters. Parents VENU | 6:30 pm must accompany all children under 10. CASUAL DINING MENUS Calling all wine lovers out there! Whether you are a casual wine drinker or the most sophisticated Sunday, May 25 May 4 - sipper you will want to be part of the club. Bring Memorial Day BBQ Chicken Enchiladas served with all standard fair, down your favorite bottle and let’s start tasting! EDGE | 4:00 pm spanish rice and beans. Buenuelos for dessert. Chef Mike will prepare a delectable nosh to keep Celebrate your Memorial Day by kicking back by you stomachs from growling. $20 per person. the pool while Chef Mike prepares some great May 11- RSVP Required. BBQ treats for you to enjoy! $15 per person. Chicken parmesan, green salad, fresh italian Non-alcoholic beverages will be provided, please bread and canoli’s for dessert. Thursday, May 7 bring your own alcoholic beverages. Reservations Burger Bonanza with payment accepted. Pool Audio will be on for May 18 - EDGE | 6:30 pm the duration of this event. Salad Nicoise or French style yellowfin tuna salad Stop by the EDGE Great Room for some delicious with brie pannini, fresh berries and cream. burgers. Bring you own beer to compliment your Wednesday, May 27 burger, then just sit back and relax as you watch Pasta Pronto May 25 - TV. $5 per burger. RSVP Required. 5 person VENU | 6:30 pm Memorial Day BBQ. See Concierge for Menu. minimum. Craving some pasta? Let Chef Mike satisfy your craving with his mouth-watering pasta and garlic TUESDAY Evenings Sunday, May 10 bread. Mangia! BYOB. $7 per person. RSVP Tuesday Night Movie Night! Mother’s Day Brunch Required. VENU & EDGE Theaters | 6:30 pm EDGE | 10:00 am Every Tuesday evening, the Great Room Theater Wanting to take Mom somewhere special for this Friday, May 29 at VENU and EDGE will feature movie classics. Mother’s Day? Take her to EDGE and let Chef Dinner and a Dive-In You can check out what will be showing on Mike make her a breakfast that she won’t forget! EDGE | 6:30 pm the Theater marquee, or if you have a request, $20 per person. Space is limited! RSVP Join us for dinner and Dive-in Movie at the EDGE let your Concierge know and we’ll get it on Required. Great Room Pool. Chef Mike will be creating our calendar. a variety of specialty dinner for you to enjoy Friday, May 15 while you enjoy floating in the pool and a movie WEDNESDAY Evenings Friday Fondue under the stars! $10 per person for dinner. Pizza Pizzazz VENU | 7:00 pm RSVP Required. Pool Audio will be on for the May 13 & 20 Join Chef Mike for an evening of fun, friends duration of this event. EDGE | 6:30 pm and fondue. From sweet to savory, learn how to Join us for a pizza pie lunch at the EDGE Great perfect and prepare this out-of-the ordinary meal. Saturday, May 30 Room. Chef Mike will be making a variety of RSVP Required. 5 person minimum. $12 per Brown Bag Wine Club specialty pizzas for you to enjoy. $5 per person. person. VENU | 6:30 pm Calling all wine lovers out there! Whether you are FRIDAY Afternoons Thursday, May 21 a casual wine drinker or the most sophisticated EDGE & VENU Café Brown Bag Wine Club sipper you will want to be part of the club. Bring May 8 | EDGE | 11:30 am VENU | 6:30 pm down your favorite bottle and let’s start tasting! May 22 | VENU | 11:30 am Calling all wine lovers out there! Whether you are Chef Mike will prepare a delectable nosh to keep Join us in the EDGE and VENU Great Rooms a casual wine drinker or the most sophisticated you stomachs from growling. $20 per person. Café for a gourmet lunch. Chef Mike will create sipper you will want to be part of the club. Bring RSVP Required. delectable delights that will keep you coming down your favorite bottle and let’s start tasting! back time and time again! See your Concierge for menus. $5 per person. RSVP Required. Chef’s Corner PUMPkIN AND COCONUT SOUP INgREDIENTS 2 Cloves garlic, Crushed 4 Whole Shallots Chopped ½ Tsp. Shrimp Paste (optional) 1 Whole Lemongrass Stalk, Chopped 2 ½ Cups Chicken Stock 6 Whole kafir Lime Leaves 1 Pound Pumpkin, Peeled, Seeded, & Cubed 2 ½ Cups Coconut Milk Hello Everyone, 2 Tbls. Fish Sauce May is here and the weather is great. I hope those grills are 1 Tsp. Sugar getting used! 4 Ounces Cooked and Peeled Shrimp We have some fun and tasty events planned for this month. 2 Whole Red Chiles, Seeded and Finely Chopped It wouldn’t be May without a Cinco de Mayo fiesta. May 5th happens to fall on a Tue this year so this is one Casual Dining METhOD you definitely don’t want to miss! Come join us at EDGE for this amazing fiesta. Using a mortar and pestle combine and grind to a paste the Interested in the races, join me for the Kentucky Derby and garlic, shallots, shrimp past, lemongrass and chiles. Set Café EDGE. Come see what I’ll be making for lunch. Mint Julep anyone? Also Dinner and Dive-in is back as it was a aside. huge success in April. Don’t forget to sign up early as room for this event will fill up fast. And for all you wine lovers out In a large saucepan set over medium high heat, bring the there the VENU Brown Bag Wine Club is back so bring down your favorite bottle of wine to share with the group over some chicken stock to a boil. Add the ground paste and lime leaves of my tasty treats. combining well. Add the pumpkin and simmer until the pumpkin is tender, about 15 minutes. Once the pumpkin is Later in the month I will be holding a cooking class. For all of you novice chefs out there, let me know what you would like soft add the coconut milk and return to a simmer. Add the fish to learn or a particular recipe you are interested in preparing. sauce, sugar and the shrimp. Continue simmering until the And how can we forget Mother’s Day? Moms this event is shrimp is cooked through. Serve immediately, garnished with especially for you and all that you do! Come down and let me treat you to a delicious brunch. the sliced chilies. One event that was suggested was a singles night, so this month all you available residents come down for the Singles Mingle! I will help you break the ice with fun activities and great snacks! Don’t miss this chance to meet new people. Wanting something particular on the calendar? Drop off any ideas and place your suggestions in the vases located on the kitchen counters. We will do our best to incorporate your ideas into our calendar of events. Thank you to all that have already contributed. Bon Appétit, Chef Mike FITNESS SCHEDULE ALL VENU STUDIO CLASSES ARE COMPLIMENTARY! YOgA Tuesdays @ 9:30 am with Bee | Tuesdays @ 6:00 pm with Bee Thursdays @ 6:00 pm with Bee | Saturdays @ 9:00 am with Bee From the Sanskrit word meaning “union”, Yoga is a 5,000-year-old Eastern Philosophy that incorporates the mind and body in a mutually supportive relationship. Yoga weaves fitness, wellness and a deep sense of Consciousness together. Similar to weight lifting, yoga strengthens muscles by incorporating resistant weight-bearing exercise using the body’s own weight as resistance. All levels welcome. Yoga mats will be available, or feel free to bring your own. CARDIO-BLAST Wednesdays @ 6:00 pm with Sristi | Fridays @ 5:00 pm with Sristi This class will be a combination of hi/lo aerobics. It will be a fast paced workout that will start with a warm- up and incorporate cardio, kickboxing components, and muscle conditioning. All Levels are welcome! SPIN CLASS Monday @ 7:30 am with Jenny | Wednesday @ 7:30 am with Jenny Friday @ 7:30 am with Jenny Indoor cycling is a group exercise done on a stationary bike. Your instructor will simulate a ride to the beat of high energy music. You will travel on flat roads, climb hills, sprint and race. This is a great cardiovascular workout! TOTAL BODY CONDITIONINg Tuesdays @ 8:00 am with Kirsten | Thursdays @ 8:00 am with Kirsten This cutting-edge body sculpting class utilizes the stability ball to target individual muscle groups while incorporating balance and core stability. The stability ball has been used by Physical Therapists for over 30 years and the total body benefits make the workout a great use of your time! Come down and try the class, people love this workout! Please remember to be considerate when there is a scheduled class in session: Please refrain from going in and out of the studio — we would appreciate it if you would please wait to use the studio until the class has ended! There is a 3 person minimum required for a class to take place. We want to thank everyone for their participation and continued support of the fitness program! CONCIERGE CORNER FROM THE CONCIERGE DESK Let’s make May Museum Month! There are so many square foot arts center accommodates comprehensive wonderful ones to visit in the Valley of the Sun. A traveling exhibitions and hosts a collection of some diverse collection to choose from with something for 16,000 century-spanning works. The collection in- everyone! cludes an 18th to 20th Century Fashion Design Gallery, the Thorne Miniature Rooms and works divided into Dwight and Maie Heard's passion three portals: Art of Asia; Art of the Americas & Europe for collecting Native American art to 1900; and Art of our Time. was the beginning of what would become a museum with a worldwide Founded in 1937, the Desert Botanical Your VENU Concierge can be reached at 480-668-3640 reputation. The Heard Museum for Garden presents a world-class exhibit ext. 1, or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Native American History and Tribal Arts includes of arid land plants. The garden main- Your EDGE Concierge can be reached at 480.584.4647 one of the foremost collections in the Southwest and tains more than 50,000 plants and cacti, ext. 1, or via e-mail at email@example.com several years ago, the Goldwater family donated the which represent 2,000 different species of plant life. Security: 480-223-5603 late Senator Barry Goldwater's personal collection of You’ll find a lot of desert wildlife in the Garden as well. Eagle Property Management: 602-224-7000 kacina dolls to the Heard. It’s a must see! A fabulous way to spend the day! APS: 602-371-7171 The Phoenix Art Museum, named one of the So check out a few great museums this month, your Phoenix Points of Pride, has more than Concierge has all the details on these, as well as many doubled its size since its opening in 1959 to others. become the Southwest's largest visual arts institution. Renovated and redesigned in 1996, the 160,000- AROUND TOWN ON STAGE SPORTS Many events require tickets to be purchased May 19: Flight of the Conchords Diamondback Baseball early! Call your Concierge for the latest Chase Field, $8 – $120 upcoming events, preferred seating and prices. May 30: Queensryche 602-514-8400 | www.azdiamondbacks.com Times, dates, and pricing may change. Please call your VENU/EDGE Concierge if you would like JOBING.COM ARENA assistance researching, locating and purchasing CALL 623-772-3800 Friday, May 1 @ Milwaukee 8:05 PM tickets for any upcoming performance or event. WWW.JOBINGARENA.COM Sat, May 2 @ Milwaukee 7:05 PM ASU GAMMAGE THEATER May 24: Fleatwood Mac CALL 480-965-5062 Sun, May 3 @ Milwaukee 2:05 PM WWW.ASUGAMMAGE.COM May 28: Dane Cook Monday, May 4 @ LA Dodgers 10:10 PM 2008-2009 SEASON TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE! MESA ARTS CENTER Tuesday, May 5 @ LA Dodgers 10:10 PM May 5 – 10: Stomp CALL 480-644-6500 WWW.MESAARTSCENTER.COM Wed, May 6 @ San Diego 9:05 PM June 16 – 21, 2009: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang May 9: The Music of Dixieland - Side Street Thursday, May 7 @ San Diego 2:35 PM CELEBRITY THEATER Strutters with the Symphony of the Southwest Friday, May 8 Washington 9:40 PM CALL 602-267-0186 May 12 – 13: Theater League presents: Dirty Sat, May 9 Washington 8:10 PM WWW.CELEBRITYTHEATRE.COM Rotten Scoundrels Sun, May 10 Washington 4:10 PM May 2: Chippendales THE PHOENIX SYMPHONY CALL 602-495-1999 Monday, May 11 Cincinnati 8:40 PM CRICKET WIRELESS PAVILLION WWW.PHOENIXSYMPHONY.ORG Tuesday, May 12 Cincinnati 8:40 PM CALL 602-254-7200 WWW.LIVENATION.COM May 8 – 10: Ballet Arizona presents: Mother’s Day Wed, May 13 Cincinnati 8:40 PM Celebration May 6: Dave Matthews Band Friday, May 15 @ Atlanta 7:35 PM PHOENIX THEATER May 14: Jimmy Buffet Sat, May 16 @ Atlanta 7:10 PM CALL 602-254-2151 WWW.PHOENIXTHEATRE.COM Sun, May 17 @ Atlanta 1:35 PM May 15: Nine Inch Nails and Jane’s Addiction May 1 – 17: Stephen Sondheim’s Company Monday, May 18 @ Florida 7:10 PM May 23: No Doubt SCOTTSDALE CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Tuesday, May 19 @ Florida 7:10 PM CHANDLER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS CALL 480-994-ARTS Wed, May 20 @ Florida 7:10 PM CALL 480-782-2680 WWW.SCOTTSDALEPERFORMINGARTS.ORG WWW.CHANDLERCENTER.ORG Thursday, May 21 @ Florida 7:10 PM Ongoing: Late Nite Catechism III: ‘Til Death Do May 3: Salt River Brass: Fiesta! Us Part Friday, May 22 @ Oakland TBA Sat, May 23 @ Oakland TBA DODGE THEATRE May 1 – 3: Girls Night: The Musical CALL 480-784-4444 Sun, May 24 @ Oakland TBA WWW.DODGETHEATRE.COM May 8: Tango First Century Monday, May 25 San Diego 3:40 PM May 1 – 3: Sesame Street Live “Elmo’s Green May 9: Corky Siegel’s Chamber Blues Tuesday, May 26 San Diego 9:40 PM Thumb” TEMPE CENTER FOR THE ARTS Wed, May 27 San Diego 9:40 PM May 5: Robin Thicke and Jennifer Hudson CALL 480-350-2TCA (2822) WWW.TEMPE.GOV/TCA/ Thursday, May 28 Atlanta 9:40 PM May 15: REO Speedwagon, STYX and 38 Special May 2: Carolyn Eynon Singers: An American Friday, May 29 Atlanta 9:40 PM May 16: Brian Regan Musical Portrait Sat, May 30 Atlanta 4:10 PM May 7: Rob Schneider Sun, May 31 Atlanta 4:10 PM AROUND TOWN SPECIAL EVENTS Friday, May 1 Sunday, May 3 Invisible Forces that Shape the Universe Spring Wine & Jazz Festival Arizona Science Center | Phoenix The Boulders | Scottsdale Assistant Professor, School of Earth and Space Carlos Rivas, originally from El Salvador, moved to the United States in 1981. He founded Mex-Sal in 1983 Exploration, Arizona State University. Although the and the orchestra has become one of the top salsa music institutions in Arizona. The popular Spring Wine night sky is full of bright stars, most of the universe & Jazz series, returning for the season, is a celebration of great food, distinctive wines and live music. The in invisible. Scannapieco will describe how series will take place Sundays beginning February 22 through May 3, from 1 pm to 4 pm. Admission is astronomers act as detectives, combining a wide FREE but food tickets and a commemorative wine glass are available for purchase. Bring back your Wine range of indirect cues with computer simulations and Jazz wine glass every Sunday for additional savings. Please visit www.elpedregal.com for more to piece together the role of black holes, dark information. matter and dark energy: the invisible forces that shape the universe. For more information please Thursday, May 7 call 602-716-2000. Gilbert Spring Concerts in the Park Freestone Park | Gilbert Friday, May 1 The Concerts in the Park Series is held the first Thursday of the month at the beautiful Freestone Park First Friday Amphitheater, located by the lake in Freestone Park (Lindsay and Juniper Roads). Bring a blanket or Downtown Phoenix Art District | Phoenix lawn chair and enjoy the evening under the stars. Food and beverages are available to purchase. This Every first Friday evening of each month you can month Cold Shott and the Hurricane Horns amaze audiences with their blazing horns, powerful vocals and take a free self-guided tour of downtown Phoenix authentic R&B, Soul, Blues, Rock, Funk and Jazz sound. Originally formed in 1990, this re-established 8 galleries, studios and art spaces. First Friday is member band has become a powerful mainstay in the Arizona R&B, Blues and Soul circuits. Event takes organized by Artlink, a nonprofit organization “... place from 7:00 – 9:00 pm. dedicated to bringing together artists, the public, and businesses for a greater understanding, Saturday, May 16 appreciation, and promotion of the arts and the Arizona Lucky Ducky Derby development of a strong and vital downtown Scottsdale Waterfront Canal | Scottsdale Phoenix arts community.” The downtown Phoenix On May 16th, 40,000 of the most adorable racing ducks you’ve ever seen will be dropped into the Scottsdale First Friday event is not about glitz or champagne Waterfront Canal. They’ll paddle their way to the finish line and just might make you a winner! The Fun or cocktail parties - it is about the inner-city urban and Festivities begin at Scottsdale Waterfront at 10 am. Make sure you stick around for the Duck Drop at 2 experience. Artists living and working downtown pm. You don’t want to miss the big event! All of the proceeds from the Arizona Lucky Ducky Derby benefit exhibit downtown. Thousands of people enjoy local children’s charities such as, Hunkapi, The Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Scottsdale Cares, Girls on the what is offered during each First Friday event, and Run, Kiwanis International. Visit www.duckrace.com/arizona for more information. several exhibitions sell half of their offerings during these openings. The First Friday art walk in downtown Phoenix is held on the first Friday of Thursday, May 21 every month, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. For more That Thursday Thing! information about First Friday, contact Artlink Historic Downtown Glendale | Glendale at 602-256-7539. That Thursday Thing! is an event held in Historic Downtown Glendale, Arizona. Sometimes referred to as Glendale Third Thursdays, That Thursday Thing! is a time when the City of Glendale invites everyone to Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May 1 – 3 enjoy a leisurely stroll around downtown Glendale. If you haven’t been to downtown Glendale in a few years, Maricopa County Home and Garden Show it’s changed--and for the better! From the parks to the unique antique and gift shops to museums and Arizona State Fairgrounds | Phoenix restaurants, downtown Glendale is charming. That Thursday Thing! is a very leisurely, free-form event. Get At the Maricopa County Home Shows you’ll be a map, don’t get a map. Participate in the monthly themed games, or don’t. Shop or just browse. It’s up to able to take advantage of visiting hundreds of you. Relax, and enjoy downtown Glendale. Visit http://phoenix.about.com/od/attractionsandevents/ companies all in one place, displaying the latest ss/ThursdayThing.htm for more information. and greatest products and designs for homes and gardens just like yours. The shows include Friday, May 29 not only exhibits, displays, and vendors, but Friday Night Bull Riding also seminars and demonstrations, contests, Rawhide Wild West Town | Chandler workshops for kids, ‘ask the experts’ sessions, Every Friday Night Rawhide hosts the most exciting part of a Rodeo - Bull Riding! Come see if the cowboys and more. Admission is $5, ages 3-12 are $2, and girls can make it 8 seconds before being bucked off. This Family Friendly event includes Mutton ages 2 and under are free. You’ll have to pay Busting (sheep riding) for kids, but if that’s not enough for the young ones they can always take their turn a parking fee for each vehicle at the Arizona on Rawhide’s Widow Maker Mechanical Bull. Bull Riding Ticket prices are $7.00 for adults and $3.00 State Fairgrounds. Scooter and wheelchair for kids ages 3 to 12. Mutton Busting is $1. Cowboys and girls interested in competing can sign rentals are available at the gated entrances. up through R.C. Mercer Livestock and Rodeo at 602-237-3000. Visit www.maricopacountyhomeshow.com for more information. Celebrate the Month of May MAY DAYS... May 1 – May Day, Loyalty Day, May 14 – Dance Like a Chicken Day Mother Goose Day, Save the May 15 – Police Officer's Memorial Day, Rhino Day, Space Day National Chocolate Chip Day May 2 – Baby Day, Brothers and May 16 – Love a Tree Day, National Sisters Day Bike to Work Day, National Sea May 3 – Lumpy Rug Day, World Press Monkey Day, Wear Purple for Freedom Day Peace Day May 4 – Bird Day, National Candied May 17 – Armed Forces Day, Pack Rat Day Orange Peel Day, Renewal Day May 18 – International Museum Day, No Dirty May 5 – Cinco de Mayo, National Dishes Day Hoagie Day, Oyster Day May 19 – Boy's Club Day May 6 – Beverage Day, National May 20 – Be a Millionaire Day, Pick Teacher's Day Strawberries Day May 7 – National Tourist Appreciation Day, May 21 – National Memo Day, National No Diet Day Waiters and Waitresses Day May 8 – Iris Day May 22 – Buy a Musical Instrument Day May 9 – Lost Sock Memorial Day, May 23 – Lucky Penny Day Military Spouses Day May 24 – International Jazz Day, May 10 – Clean up Your Room Day National Escargot Day May 11 – Eat What You Want Day, May 25 – National Missing Children's Day, Twilight Zone Day Tap Dance Day May 12 – Astronomy Day, Fatigue May 26 – Sally Ride Day Syndrome Day, International Nurses May 27 – Sun Screen Day Day, Limerick Day May 28 – Amnesty International Day May 13 – Frog Jumping Day, May 30 – Water a Flower Day Leprechaun Day May 31 – World No Tobacco Day May Riddles QUESTIONS equations confirming that this is enough. 1. A table tennis ball (ping-pong ball) fell into a tight deep pipe (amendment: eg. 30 cm long, buried in of the castle. You can make a few easy concrete pavement - having firm metal bottom, only 1 cm of the pipe is above the ground - so it can another foot-bridge to the edge (corner) not be moved). The pipe was only a bit wider than the ball, so you can not use your hand. How would from the middle of this foot-bridge lay you take it out, with no damage? corner (thus a triangle is created). Then 4. You can put one foot-bridge over one 2. A man lives on the tenth floor of a building. Every morning he takes the elevator down to the lobby and leaves the building. In the evening, he gets into the elevator, and, if there is someone else in the 3. Throw the ball straight up in the air. elevator - or if it was raining that day - he goes back to his floor directly. Otherwise, he goes to the seventh floor and walks up three flights of stairs to his apartment. How come? can also push them with his umbrella. can ask people to push them for him. He 3. How can you throw a ball as hard as you can and have it come back to you, even if it doesn't hit reach the upper elevator buttons, but he anything, there is nothing attached to it, and no one else catches or throws it? 2. The man is a of short stature. He can't 4. A square medieval castle on a square island was under siege. All around the island, there was pipe so that the ball swims up on the surface. a 10 metre wide water moat. But the conquerors could make foot-bridges only 9.5 metres long. 1. All you have to do is pour some water into the Nevertheless a wise man was able to figure out how to get over the water. What do you think was his advice? ANSWERS No binding offer to sell may be made or accepted prior to the issuance of the final Arizona Subdivision Public Report. You should review the Public Report before signing any contract. EDGE’s materials, and the features and amenities depicted herein, are based upon the current development plans, which are subject to change without notice. Fur- nishings, accessories, floor coverings, and appliances installed or displayed in the Sales Presentation Center may be shown for merchandising purposes only and may not be included in the sale of each residence. The developer reserves the right to substitute products and/or materials without prior notice. EDGE’s promotional material is not intended to constitute an offering in violation of the law of any jurisdiction, nor has any Federal or State agency judged the merits of value if any of this property. Avenue Realty, LLC is not responsible for errors. Sales & Marketing by Avenue Realty, LLC.
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