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Luminous: The Art of Light opens Friday at the i.d.e.a. Museum in Mesa where families and guests can play, learn and create using artistic illuminaton. Hands-on experiences include: … more
The Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum is having an opening reception next month to celebrate its new exhibitions. The opening will be 7-10 p.m. Oct. 7 at the museum, 1 E. Main St. The fall … more
Salt River Tubing is open on the Lower Salt River Friday-Sunday in September, weather and water-flow conditions permitting. Note: Tubing season ends Oct. 1. Salt River Tubing is seven … more
The works of a Mesa-based artist will be on display in an upcoming exhibition at a Phoenix hotel. more
Halloween is coming up and the Apache Junction Parks and Recreation Department wants to make your night spook-tacular! The annual Halloween Festival is 4-8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 28, at … more
USGA, LPGA Girls Golf of Phoenix will have a two-day event at Mesa’s Dobson Ranch Golf Course that is open to girls ages 3-18 Girls Golf Day begins Oct. 6 with a pep rally followed the … more

Join bestselling author J.A. Jance as she discusses her new book, “Blessing of the Lost Girls,” at Apache Junction Public Library at 2:30 p.m. or 4 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 18. … more
The Mesa Arts Center will bring Dirty Dancing in Concert to the stage on Nov. 22 during the global live-to-film tour commemorating the 35 th anniversary of the movie. Tickets go on sale 10 a.m. … more
A festival designed for those 18 years and older will take place Sept. 16 at Mesa’s Riverview Park, featuring music, dancing and drinks. CANACOPIA will run from 3 p.m. until 10 p.m. … more
A solar eclipse is coming in October and the Viney Jones Library and Community Center will be hosting a free viewing event. The partial solar eclipse takes place on the morning of Saturday, Oct. 14, … more
New Frontiers for Lifelong Learning, a Mesa Community College non-credit community education program for active seniors, is hosting Lifelong Learning 101, a free drop-in event Saturday showcasing … more
Salt River Tubing is open on the Lower Salt River Friday-Sunday in September, weather and water-flow conditions permitting. Note: Tubing season ends Oct. 1. Salt River Tubing is seven … more
Mesa's fall outdoor festival is just over a month away with a lineup of games, vendors, music and rides. Celebrate Mesa, which attracts 15,000 visitors annually, will take place  Oct. 14 at … more

Southwest Shakespeare Company opens its 30th  anniversary season in October at the Mesa Arts Center. William Shakespeare's “Macbeth” will be performed Oct. 13-28 at the center, … more
The Artists of the Superstitions 2023 Fall Studio Tour is Nov. 3-5 in Apache Junction and Gold Canyon. The signature event is to feature more than 56 artists in 11 studios throughout the area. … more
Mesa park rangers will be out and ready to take visitors on a scorpion night hike twice this month. On Fridays, Sept. 8 and 22, the hikes will take place 7-9 p.m. at Red Mountain Park. The … more
The Plaza at Mesa City Center will be the place to be Saturday evening Sept. 9 for a skate party. There will be skating demostrations and safety information presented by Arizona Rollergirls … more
Mask Alive! Museum & Cultural Center has launched an online collection of masks, performance art-related objects, exhibitions, and free pop-up art installations around the Valley. more
Mesa’s first Sunset Market of the season will take place 4-8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 21, featuring vendors, food and live music. The market will take place every third Thursday of the month … more
Falcon Field Airport in Mesa is coordinating with aircraft owners to host Cockpit Close-Up, a free community event 8-10 a.m. on the first Saturday of each month. It features volunteer pilots … more

Lost Dutchman Days Rodeo royalty are hosting a gymkhana fundraiser in October with all proceeds going to the Impact One Breast Cancer Foundation . There will be a gymkhana for horses and a poker … more
Arizona filmmaker Holt Hamilton’s newest film, “Break the Mold - The Zach Bates Story,” will open on the big screen at Regal Cinema’s Gilbert 14 on Aug. 31. The … more
An evening recognizing the impact of the creative economy in Arizona is coming to Phoenix. more
A one-time investment of $5 million in support of Arizona’s arts sector is awarding grants to statewide nonprofit organizations, festivals, and arts learning programs. more
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