Scottsdale Arizona


Get Muddy (or not) by Volunteering for Mighty Mud Mania by quotes

You can be part of a long-standing Scottsdale tradition by volunteering for Mighty Mud Mania.

Scottsdale presents the 34th edition of Mighty Mud Mania on July 17 at
Chaparral Park. More than 200 volunteers are needed to get down and dirty to help ensure that the event succeeds and that all the children, ages 1 to 17, have a great time! Shifts start as early as 5 a.m. and end as late as 6 p.m.

Muddy and not-so muddy jobs are available. All volunteers must be at least 15 years of age and will receive a free MMM T-shirt or tank top. Deadline to sign-up is Thursday, July 3.

For more information on the specific volunteer opportunities available,
please call (480) 312-2771 or email terickson@scottsdaleaz.gov. For event details, visit http://www.ScottsdaleAZ.gov/Parks/MMM

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New Bubble Fountain a Playground for the Senses by quotes

The Scottsdale Mall area has a cool, new fountain – guaranteed to prompt a giggle and take the edge off of the late-spring heat.
The fountain is located in the vaulted walk-through space outside Orange Table and Blue Moose restaurants, 7373 Scottsdale Mall, next to the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art.

When a passerby walks through the tower, scented bubbles float down creating a fun and refreshing atmosphere to greet the onset of summer. The bubble scents alternate between citrus, mint and salt water.

Artists Mellisa McGurgan and Marco Rosichelli recognize the appeal and fascination of water to the desert dweller. Water cools, cleanses, and entertains. This fountain without flowing water will invoke a universal playground for the senses.

For more information on the Scottsdale public art program, visit:
http://www.scottsdalepublicart.org/



Halloween Events in Arizona by quotes

Halloween in Arizona

Arizona Halloween Fun – Community Information & Referral helps you find the nearest haunted house, hayride, corn mazes, and other family fun events to celebrate Halloween! Please visit our website at  … Read more »

Halloween Costume & Other Contests
Family-Friendly Fun
Haunted Attractions
Hayrides & Mazes
Trick or Treating

Community Information & Referral wishes you a safe and happy Halloween!



Famous Scottsdale Restaurant by quotes

Arcadia Farms Cafe Now Serving Breakfast in Old Town Scottsdale

Arcadia Farms Cafe in Old Town Scottsdale is Now Serving Breakfast.

This is a great old place and worth a drive, even with gas pricesso high.  You can read more about it at the original article.



Scottsdale Commmunity College Fall Saturday Solar System Astronomy by quotes

This fall, Scottsdale Commmunity College (SCC) offers a Saturday-only Introductory Solar System Astronomy class beginning Saturday, August 17.

AST111 (3-credit lecture class) and AST113 (companion 1 credit laboratory) satisfy the “Quantitative Science” requirement for the three Arizona public universities and the Maricopa Community Colleges.

Both classes meet once/week at SCC’s Main Campus, 9000 E. Chaparral Rd. in Scottsdale. Saturday classes are often convenient for working persons, K-12 teachers, high school students & business travelers starting or continuing their college education.

AST 111 lecture meets 9:00 to 11:40 a.m. Saturdays starting August 17th.

AST 113 lab meets Noon to 2:40 p.m. Saturdays, also starting August 17th.

Students learn practical astronomy, history of astronomy and the Scientific Revolution, Solar System science and its origin and fate. Lab exercises provide complementary “hands-on” practical learning about the Solar System.

Students also use SCC’s indoor Planetarium and various telescopes for outdoor observing. Digital cameras can photograph astronomical objects viewed. An evening telescope observing session will be scheduled to accommodate student schedules.

Students may enroll for college Credit (letter grade or Pass/Fail) or for No Credit (Auditing the classes).

Students taking AST111 and/or AST113 for college credit must have completed Introductory Algebra (MAT 091), or the equivalent, or one year of high school algebra.

Call SCC’s Admissions and Records office at (480) 423-6100 or visit www.scottsdalecc.edu for registration information.You may contact me directly (g.muncaster@sccmail.maricopa.edu) for content or other course-related questions.

Thanks and regards,

GM

George Muncaster

Adjunct Faculty, Astronomy & Physics

g.muncaster@sccmail.maricopa.edu



CELEBRATE INDEPENDENCE DAY – JULY 3 – “BEACH PARTY” AND LUNCH by quotes

JOIN US TO CELEBRATE INDEPENDENCE DAY!

JULY 3 – “BEACH PARTY” AND LUNCH . . .

 

For Independence Day, many people head for the hills or the beach planning picnics, fireworks and fun.  For those of us staying in town for the 4th of July holiday, Scottsdale Job Network offers the opportunity for fun networking!

Scottsdale Job Network is planning a Beach Party (without the ocean) at the Tuesday, July 3 meeting, 9:00 A.M.-12:30 P.M.

 

Members are encouraged to leave business attire at home.  Arrive early (9 AM) for networking and socializing–come dressed in casual clothes.  Shorts, sun dresses, floral shirts, patriotic colors, plus sun glasses and straw hats are the preferred dress code!

 

Stay after the business meeting for a deli lunch (no charge and donations accepted) and more networking-socializing!
 
Meeting presentation:

Eric Walton, Chief Operating Officer
Camisa Technologies and SJN Board Member

Post Interview Strategies:  What Next?

This meeting will provide you with practical tools and techniques to follow up after all types of interviews. You’ll learn how to write quality thank you notes, and ways to communicate them. During the session we will practice follow-up discussions and other techniques designed to keep the employer interested, how to stand out among all the other interviewees, and how to get the job.

For more information:

 

Web:                http://www.scottsdalejobnet.com/

E-mail:              info@scottsdalejobnet.com

Voice mail:        (480) 513-1491

 

About Scottsdale Job Network

The Scottsdale Job Network is a non-ecumenical group of community-minded business, government, education and non-profit professionals who volunteer their skills, experience and time to support the job and career transitions of others.  Membership is open to people who are unemployed or under-employed, and those who are willing to network, share their skills and help others. 

VisionScottsdale Job Network (SJN) is the premier career transition support group in the Valley.  

Mission: Scottsdale Job Network (SJN) provides low or no cost basic training, personal connections, access to resources and moral support for job seekers through a Valley-wide network of passionate volunteers.    

http://www.azhttp.com/



Free Seminar on Financial Aspects of Divorce by quotes

Free Seminar on  Financial Aspects of Divorce at Arizona Center for Divorce Education will be held June 7, 2007 in Scottsdale Arizona.

OPEN YOUR EYES ABOUT DIVORCE – Free Educational Seminar about Divorce 

Arizona Center for Divorce Education

(Scottsdale, AZ – May 23, 2007) – 21 million marriages ended in divorce in 2000. The Arizona Center for Divorce Education, established in 2004, was formed by a group of professionals to help educate and assist individuals and couples with the financial, legal, and emotional issues faced during the divorce process.

Thursday June 7th they will be holding a free seminar, where a team of experts will advise on the financial, legal, and emotional pitfalls to avoid during divorce proceedings.

Participants will learn how to protect retirement benefits, credit rating, emotional health, and determine a fair division of assets. The seminar is open to the public free of charge, and will be held from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. at the Franciscan Renewal Center 5802 E Lincoln Dr Paradise Valley, AZ 85253 in the Brother Anthony Room.

“Divorce can be complicated. The decision to divorce comes with many options and considerations,” Cody Hayes, founder of the Arizona Center for Divorce Education. “The experts at the Arizona Center for Divorce Education address the legal, financial and emotional issues associated with divorce and are dedicated to helping the public become educated on the process in order to better prepare and protect themselves.”

The Arizona Center for Divorce Education is an educational organization comprised of experts in the areas of Arizona divorce law, mental and emotional health/well being, asset protection, credit protection, home and living options, child support, child custody and spousal maintenance. For more information, contact the Arizona Center for Divorce Education at (602) 373-8485 or visit http://www.azcde.org/ to register for their upcoming seminars.

Free Divorce Seminar