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Food/Tasting
"In Season" Cooking Series at Blue Hound Kitchen & Cocktails
There’s no better time to sip, savor and socialize on one of the best patios in Downtown Phoenix with Executive Chef Dushyant Singh embracing the seasons and natural elements by launching his new “In Season” cooking series at Blue Hound Kitchen & Cocktails. On the second Wednesday of every month starting at 5:30 p.m., the Blue Hound patio will transform into a scene from Chef Singh’s backyard as he hosts a small group of foodies for a casual and interactive evening under the city lights. Guests can engage with Chef over his “kitchen island” as he preps, cooks and serves different bites throughout the night. Each event will have a different theme and will be centered around what Chef Singh is currently obsessing over from ingredients to local purveyors. May 13: “Savor the Summer” - Focusing on ceviche, sashimi and carpaccio, Chef Singh will give the at-home-chef the tools to throw the ultimate backyard soiree with light bites that back a flavorful punch. With tickets starting from $30 including tax and gratuity, guests will receive a selection of bites prepared by Chef Singh, a variety of beer and wine tastings from local makers and brewers and a small takeaway.
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Food/Tasting
"In Season" Cooking Series at Blue Hound Kitchen & Cocktails
There’s no better time to sip, savor and socialize on one of the best patios in Downtown Phoenix with Executive Chef Dushyant Singh embracing the seasons and natural elements by launching his new “In Season” cooking series at Blue Hound Kitchen & Cocktails. On the second Wednesday of every month starting at 5:30 p.m., the Blue Hound patio will transform into a scene from Chef Singh’s backyard as he hosts a small group of foodies for a casual and interactive evening under the city lights. Guests can engage with Chef over his “kitchen island” as he preps, cooks and serves different bites throughout the night. Each event will have a different theme and will be centered around what Chef Singh is currently obsessing over from ingredients to local purveyors. April 8: “Eat Your Greens” - With a focus on artichokes, kohlrabi and green garlic, Chef Singh will show guests how to bring these underserved ingredients to life. With tickets starting from $30 including tax and gratuity, guests will receive a selection of bites prepared by Chef Singh, a variety of beer and wine tastings from local makers and brewers and a small takeaway.
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Children's Theatre
"Les Miserables School Edition"
In nineteenth century France, Jean Valjean is released from years of unjust imprisonment, but finds nothing in store for him but mistrust and mistreatment. He breaks his parole in hopes of starting a new life, initiating a lifelong struggle for redemption as he is relentlessly pursued by police inspector Javert, who refuses to believe Valjean can change his ways. Finally, during the Paris student uprising of 1832, Javert must confront his ideals after Valjean spares his life and saves that of the student revolutionary who has captured the heart of Valjean’s adopted daughter.
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Drama, Play
"RED"
Could your crowning achievement also become your undoing? John Logan’s play “RED” creates a searing portrait of master abstract expressionist Mark Rothko, as he grapples with his relationship with his paintings and the conflict between artistic integrity and commercialism. Is art a commodity? Rothko has accepted a lucrative commission to paint a series of murals for the Four Seasons restaurant in the prestigious Seagram Building. His young assistant, at first in intimidated awe of this towering figure of the art world, gains enough confidence to dare to ask the question and challenge him to confront this crisis of conscience. Will Rothko be able to reconcile his passionate reverence for ultimate truth and meaning in his work, with “painting a wall in the Temple of Consumption”? “RED” stars Marshall Glass as Ken and Chris Haines as Mark Rothko.* (member of AEA). Directed by David Barker. Written by John Logan and produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service. “RED” will play May 1st through May 17th at the Playhouse On The Park (in the BMO Building). Ticket prices $15-$50. Art Card, Veteran, Student, Senior and Group discounts available. Call (602) 254-2151 or visit https://www.blkboxphx.com. Contact info@blkboxphx.com for more information.
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Community Event, Benefit/Fundraiser
"Shred for Paws" Complimentary Shred-a-Thon event
Join Affirm Wealth Advisors and the Arizona Humane Society for this exciting Complimentary Shred-A-Thon supporting PAWS everywhere for the Arizona Humane Society! The event begins promptly at 9:00 AM and will be hosted at our beautiful Peoria location until 1:00 PM. We will have onsite complimentary shredding as well as the "Wagging Wheel" with some special friends from the Arizona Humane Society. All donations/participants will receive a 1-hour Complimentary Financial Review with one of our experienced advisors! Arizona Humane Society's immediate need list: Canned dog and puppy food, Canned cat and kitten food, Puppy pads, Puppy Formula (Esbilac), Pet Nursers (Bottle/nipple packs), Collars and leashes ALL SIZES, Cat Toys, Dog Toys, Small-bite dry dog food (small dogs), Canned chicken and tuna, Baby food (meat only), Paper towels, Small fleece blankets. For more information, please contact our office at 623.972.3133 or email Melissa.Rubio@ampf.com. We look forward to seeing you!
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Benefit/Fundraiser
"Swing in Spring"
Mahnah Club of the East Valley (www.mahnahclub.org)"Swing into Spring" Luncheon is happening in April. For over 66 years Mahnah Club has been involved in community service and activism to help support those who need it the most. Mahnah Club is a group of women who raise money to support organizations as big as Child Crisis of Arizona, Save the Family Foundation of Arizona, A New Leaf and as diverse as Kaity’s Way, Soldier’s Best Friend, Future 4 Kids, American Legion’s Girls State, and House of Refuge. By the way - that’s just a few on the list. And, in years past we have given scholarships to high school seniors who share our passion for community service. On Saturday, April 18th, 2020 at Las Sendas (Vista Pavilion) we will be having our “Swing into Spring” Luncheon. There will be Raffle Baskets, Silent Auctions and Door Prizes, a Chico’s Fashion Show AND one of the Valley’s best singing groups Uptown Angels (check them out on Facebook). We will be having a luncheon, fashion show and a concert - it will be a fun social event ! And, all of our proceeds go directly to children, families and the diverse organizations we support.
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Class/Workshop, Religious
"Understanding and Practice of A Course in Miracles" with Martin Antonelli and Michael Hayes
Intimate group of serious Course students. A Course in Miracles is “A self-study spiritual thought system that teaches the way to Universal Love through Forgiveness”. A Course in Miracles simply states: "Nothing real can be threatened. Nothing unreal exists. Herein lies the peace of God." (Foundation for Inner Peace)
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Business
’Focused On Workforce’” Will Be The Topic At The AAED’s April Symposium”
The Arizona Association for Economic Development (AAED) will hold a workforce symposium, “Focused on Workforce,” on April 14 from 8:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Trevor Stokes, president of Regional Analysis Partners, will provide the keynote address during lunch. He will share his insight on how education and workforce development are becoming drivers for our state and share examples of best practices from across the country that align talent development with economic development. Dawn Grove, chair of Workforce Arizona Council, will also lead a session to share the state of the workforce in Arizona. There will also be a panel discussion, “Mining For Talent in the 2020s,” which will cover innovative ways to address and solve recruitment issues and how to “mine” our future workforce. The symposium will also feature a panel discussion, “Home is Where the Workforce Is,” exploring creative workforce housing initiatives and programs to house the future workforce. The cost of the symposium is $75 for AAED members and $100 for non-members if registered by noon on April 8. Late registration is $125. To register, visit http://www.aaed.com/event/april14. Vegetarian meals must be requested in advance. For more information, call AAED at (602) 240-AAED (2233), or visit www.aaed.com.
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Social Event, Running
0.5K: The Ultimate Underachievers “Run”
Your favorite event of the year is back! **drumroll please!** We’re ready to bring you the Largest, Laziest and most fun “Run” of your life! Registration is officially open for our fourth ever 0.5K: The Ultimate Underachievers “Run!” Check-in will be from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Three Wisemen and we’ll keep the party going until 5 p.m. at Boondocks Patio & Grill!!
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Benefit/Fundraiser, Golf
13th Annual Golf Tournament
About Care's Annual Golf Tournament is its major fundraiser allowing us to continue our free programs for the elderly and disabled. Our programs allow our neighbors in Chandler, Gilbert and Queen Creek to remain independent in their homes while meeting their basic needs and reducing isolation.
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