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Bringing the Community Together: Anthem Days seeking vendors

By Sarah Donahue | April 8, 2021 Though this year’s Anthem Days will require more social distancing, it will still serve its original intended purpose of bringing the community together.  Last year’s Anthem Days was one...

Magical Moments: Disney’s ‘Aladdin Kids’ coming to Anthem

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | March 22, 2021 The Musical Theatre of Anthem will stage Disney’s “Aladdin Kids,” based on the iconic animated film, from Thursday, March 25, to Sunday, March 28. “Aladdin Kids” features an Academy...

Chill Out: Winter at The Princess has arrived

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | February 8, 2021 The temperatures are creeping up, but winter isn’t over yet. The Fairmont Scottsdale Princess overhauled its grounds to resemble an Alpine Village for “Winter at the Princess,” which runs...

A Magical Christmas Journey: Verde Canyon Railroad takes kids and wildlife to Santa

By Victoria Stibrik Christmas is coming, and Verde Canyon Railroad will celebrate with Liberty Wildlife of Arizona as the Magical Christmas Journey comes to Clarkdale. “We respect all of our friends who have different railroads that...

Learning with COVID-19: Great Wolf Lodge’s new e-learning package gives kids the ultimate recess

By Victoria Stibrik The era of online learning and COVID-19 is no walk in the park for many families. No recess, no time with friends and no activities, except for homework. Great Wolf Lodge Arizona resort...

A New Outlook: Tortilla Flat’s new ‘caretakers’ are looking to freshen it up

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Katie Ellering, one of Tortilla Flat’s new owners, isn’t about modernizing the remnant of the Old West town. She and her fiancé/operations director, Chris Field, just want to bring a fresh look to...

Family Programs: Maricopa libraries offer fun for everyone

By Elsa Hortareas The pandemic is making it hard to stay involved in the community, but thanks to the local libraries, residents can participate in online programs and classes. Listed below are some of the special...

Virtually Present: Musical Instrument Museum relies on web content during COVID-19

By Connor Dziawura The effects of the coronavirus have been felt by many, from the closing of movie theaters and the pause on live music to the halting or limiting of operations by businesses like...

Virtual Fun: Arizona Goat Yoga breaks up the pandemic with ‘field trips’

By Annika Tomlin Motivating kids to do homework is a challenge during the pandemic. Gilbert’s Arizona Goat Yoga is here to help by offering virtual tours for classes to meet yoga goats, alpacas and chickens. “I...

Enchanting: Celebrate Memories with Disney on Ice

By Annika Tomlin Some of your childhood’s most iconic and beloved animated characters are coming back to the Valley for a chance to reinvent their enchanting on-screen moments. Disney on Ice is presenting “Celebrate Memories” from...

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