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The Mesa Arts Center is reopening its art studios for in-person workshops and classes. The MAC will reopen its glass, ceramics, metals and graphic arts studios for reduced-size, in-person … more
Zao Theatre, 550 S. Ironwood Ave. in Apache Junction, reopens Dec. 10-20 with “The Winter Wonderettes” entertaining at their Harper’s Hardware Christmas party. “The Winter … more
Pioneer Park, 526 E. Main St., continues to host the Mesa Farmers Market and Flea on Saturdays during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is open 8 a.m.-noon for the fall. “You are strongly … more
Have you seen the Acrocanthosaurus dinosaur busting out of the AZ Museum of Natural History? It is at 53 N. Macdonald, close to the i.d.e.a. Museum, 150 W. Pepper Place. Both museums are open … more
The Fifth Annual Copper Classic Nov. 27-28 is set to have the largest field of stars in its five-year history and wraps up the Arizona Speedway racing season. Don’t miss your chance to see … more
The Fifth Annual Trolls Teddy Bear Run, benefiting the Mesa Family Resource Center and Mesa’s first responders, takes place Saturday, Dec. 5, in Gilbert. The entry fee is $10 plus the … more
The Mesa Historical Museum, 2345 N. Horne, is holding a fundraising book fair 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Dec. 5 and 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Dec. 6, with all books half-price on Sunday. “We have over 10,000 books, … more
Registration is being accepted for the Mesa Parks and Recreation’s “Breakfast with Santa Drive-Thru” event. “Even though it might look a little different, we are keeping … more
Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum, 1 E. Main St., will celebrate its reopening with new exhibitions — three in December, one in January and two in February. Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum has … more
For the sixth consecutive year, Merry Main Street will bring holiday revelry to downtown Mesa. The celebration of the season will be held Nov. 27-Jan. 2. Mesa’s Christmas Tree will be … more
Pioneer Park, 526 E. Main St., continues to host the Mesa Farmers Market and Flea on Saturdays during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is open 8 a.m.-noon for the fall. “You are strongly … more
The Mesa Arts Center is reopening its art studios for in-person workshops and classes. The art studios will reopen its glass, ceramics, metals and graphic arts studios for reduced-size, in-person … more
In a COVID-19-safe twist, the East Valley Veterans Parade will take place this year in downtown Mesa in reverse. At least 30 parade entries will be stationed along the parade route on Center … more
Throughout the pandemic, local artists have succumbed to limited exposure of their art and in turn a loss of income. With a small list of resources available for career artists, and even some artists … more
In a year that has seen the cancellation of many public events, the East Valley Veterans Parade Association is hosting its annual parade in a new format 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. … more
Registration is being accepted for the Mesa Parks and Recreation’s “Breakfast with Santa Drive-Thru” event. “Even though it might look a little different, we are keeping … more
For the sixth consecutive year, Merry Main Street will bring holiday revelry to downtown Mesa. The celebration of the season will be held Nov. 27-Jan. 2. Mesa’s Christmas Tree will be … more
Throughout the pandemic, local artists have succumbed to limited exposure of their art and in turn a loss of income. With a small list of resources available for career artists, and even some artists … more
Mesa Public Library is hosting its Halloween Boo! Parade 2-3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 31, at all three locations and this year your car is included in the fun. Show up in your favorite costume, bring a … more
In a year that has seen the cancellation of many public events, the East Valley Veterans Parade Association is hosting its annual parade in a new format 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. … more
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