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IN CONCERT - ON STAGE

LOCAL UPCOMING EVENTS

WHERE'S THE PARTY AT

MORE JAZZ 

MORE BLUES 

US BLACK EXPOS

 

 


   

IN CONCERT - ON STAGE

 

 

 

 

TEMPE CENTER FOR THE ARTS

Lakeshore Music

700 W. RIO SALADO PARKWAY 

(480) 350-2822

http://lakeshoremusic.org

 

 

MIM MUSICAL THEATRE

CONCERTS

http://mimmusictheater.themim.org

Musical Instrument Museum

4725 E. Mayo Boulevard

Phoenix, AZ 85050

480.478.6000

 

 

TEMPE MARKET PLACE - LIVE MUSIC

Calendar: http://www.tempemarketplace.com/events/live-music/

 

 

THE NASH      JAZZ HAPPENS HERE  

http://www.thenash.org/

The Nash preserves the cultural treasure of American music history, showcases live

performance and ensures the future of the iconic art of jazz for generations to come.

Educational and performance programs at The Nash include: classic jazz and new music;

performances by student musicians, local pros and touring artists; weekly jazz jam sessions;

workshops; master classes; and clinics.  Educational programs will be offered ranging from

one-on-one private lessons to combo labs, guided listening, jazz in film, jazz camps and more.

The Nash

110 E Roosevelt St.

Phoenix, AZ 85004

(602) 795-0464

 

 

Mesa Arts Center     

Performing Live Series

MESA ARTS CENTER

Box Office: (480) 644.6500

One East Main Street

Mesa, Arizona 85201

www.mesaartscenter.com

 

 

 

MUSIC IN THE GARDEN

Concert Series

The Desert Botanical Garden is proud to bring another season of spectacular

talent to the Music in the Garden Concert Series.

 

Desert Botanical Garden

1201 N. Galvin Parkway

Phoenix, AZ 85008

480-941-1225

Programming subject to change.

To Purchase Tickets:

• Order online at dbg.org

• Call 480-481-8188 Monday

 

  BLACK THEATRE TROUPE 

A new season of stories, and a new, simplified subscription choice

to make sure you don't miss any of them!

 

Subscribe by phone: Box Office 602 254-2151 ext 4

Visit us on the web: www.blacktheatretroupe.org

Contact:

David J. Hemphill

david@blacktheatretroupe.org

602-258-8128

 

Box Office

Telephone - 602 254-2151

Email - boxoffice@blacktheatretroupe.org

Fax - 602 889-5286

website: http://www.blacktheatretroupe.org

 

           

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[*]  BLACK THEATRE ROUPE 2017 - 2018 SEASON

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Our 2017-2018 Season opens on September 15, 2017, featuring:

Caroline or Change, Seven Guitars, Black Nativity, Lines in the Dust, and Marie & Rosetta.

 

CAROLINE, OR CHANGE

Book and Lyrics by Tony Kushner

Music by Jeanine Tesori

September 15 – October 1, 2017

The time is 1963 in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Caroline Thibodeaux,, an

 African-American  mother of three works for a Southern Jewish family. She

 and their eight-year old son Noah,  find themselves in the middle of a

 family conflict during the Christmas and Chanukah holidays. Combining

 gospel and the sounds of Motown with operatic stylings, this sparkling gem

of a musical illuminates the changing times of the Civil Rights era while

 examining the social and  family issues with which our diverse culture still

struggles with today.

 

SEVEN GUITARS

by August Wilson

October 27 – November 12, 2017

With the performance of Seven Guitars The Black Theatre Troupe becomes

one of the few companies in the country to have produced the complete ten

play cycle of August Wilson’s decade by decade exploration of the black

 experience in America. Seven Guitars, the 5th in the cycle, is set in 1948 as

friends gather to mourn for Floyd “Schoolboy” Barton a blues guitarist and

singer, who died just as his career was on the verge of taking off. August

Wilson’s epic vision power and poetic sense lifts their stories to strange and

 compelling heights ending in a stunning conclusion.

 

BLACK NATIVITY

by Langston Hughes

December 1 – 10, 2017

Last season’s sold out, legendary holiday event by Harlem Renaissance poet

Langston Hughes, returns to the BTT stage for a limited two week special

 engagement. This stunning new production of Black Nativity is without a

 doubt a theatrical wonderment. A joyous company of singers, actors,

dancers and musicians delivers its powerful message of joy, hope, victory

 and liberation. This song-play touches a special chord in the hearts of all at a very special time of the year.

 

*PLEASE NOTE –Black Nativity is not included in subscription packages.

 

 

LINES IN THE DUST

by Nikkole Salter

February 9 – 25, 2018

When Denitra loses the charter school lottery for her daughter, she must find

another way to escape from their underperforming neighborhood school.

The answer seems like a risk well worth taking but may end up requiring a

bigger sacrifice than she ever could have imagined. It’s been exactly 60

years since Brown Versus the Board of Education. Lines in The Dust

questions how far we’ve come and more importantly, where we go from here.

 

 

MARIE AND ROSETTA

by George Brant

April 6 – 22, 2018

BUY TICKETS

Bringing fierce guitar playing and swing to gospel music, Sister Rosetta

 Tharpe was a legend in her time and a huge influence on Ray Charles Jimi

 Hendrix, Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash among others who all knew “you

 don’t have to be religious to know when you’re in the presence of glory”

Marie and Rosetta chronicles her first rehearsal with a young protégée,

 Marie Knight, as they prepare to embark on a tour that would establish them

 as one of the great duos in musical history. Theirs is the rare story that

centers on the intimacy of the inner lives of black women and not world

 politics or degradation.

 

Theater

1333 East Washington Street

Phoenix, Arizona 85034

 

Box Office

(602) 258-8129

P.O. Box 13349

Phoenix, Arizona 85002

Attn: Box Office

         

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Volunteers

http://www.thenash.org/contactus/volunteers/

The Nash is dependent upon the talents, generosity and commitment of volunteers. 

We have a very special mission and profound responsibility to ensure the preservation

of America’s original art form–jazz–for our community, and for generations to come. 

If you have a personal interest in this music and our mission, we seek your contributions

to our success. Every effort will be made to ensure that your volunteer experience is

personally rewarding and enables you to experience the joy of jazz.

For more information on volunteer opportunities at The Nash,

please contact Marcia at: nanacowan3@gmail.com

 

2017 Summer Jazz Workshops

http://www.thenash.org/education/2017-summer-jazz-workshops/

The Nash is proud to announce the return of our Summer Jazz Workshops!

This program is a great opportunity for people of all ages and skill levels to

learn from our distinguished faculty in a small group setting, while interacting

with other aspiring musicians. The workshops cover a wide variety of topics

and offer something for everyone.

So, get out of the heat and get into some jazz at The Nash this summer!

Weeklong Workshops

Weekly Workshops – 4:30-6:30pm

Topics in Jazz – One-Time Workshops

 

 

The Nash Vocal Ensemble

http://www.thenash.org/education/the-nash-vocal-ensemble/

The Nash 2016-17 Vocal Ensemble will be directed this year by noted Vocal Educator,

Greg Amerind.  www.gregoryamerind.com/aboutme

The Nash Vocal Ensemble is a community based group interested in jazz

which rehearses one night a week at The Nash, in downtown Phoenix.

Members of the ensemble will work with Amerind to develop vocal techniques,

collaborate with fellow musicians, and create their individual stage presence and style.

The Nash Vocal Ensemble will perform throughout the year at

The Nash as well as at other engagements around the Valley.

Funding for the Nash Vocal Ensemble is tuition-based.

 

 

The Nash Legacy Ensembles

http://www.thenash.org/education/the-nash-legacy-ensembles/

The Nash Legacy Ensembles – (Michael Kocour and Eric Rasmussen, Directors)

– The Nash Legacy Ensembles are comprised of talented high school jazz

musicians from across the Phoenix area who auditioned into this signature

program of The Nash. Students in these ensembles explore essential jazz styles,

composition and arranging techniques, and the art of improvisation, gaining

invaluable small-group performance experience with expert coaching.

The Nash Legacy Ensembles perform regularly at concerts and special

events throughout the year and produce a year-end CD featuring original

work by the groups’ members. The Nash Legacy Ensemble program is a fully-funded,

and there is no cost to the participants.

 

 

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[*] Theater Works at Peoria Center for the Performing Arts

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Theater Works

at Peoria Center for the Performing Arts

10580 N. 83rd Drive

Peoria, AZ 85345

boxoffice@theaterworks.org

623-815-7930

 

theaterworks.org

 

Mission Statement: Theater Works provides opportunities for children,

patrons and artists to experience theater that inspires, enriches and enlightens

through the experience of the performing arts.

 

Vision Statement: To be a significant cultural resource for Peoria and the West Valley,

 improving the quality of life through the expression and experience of the performing arts.

 

Are You or Someone You Know a Graphic Designer?

Theater Works is seeking a graphic designer to assist in the creation and interpretation

of our brand and mission. Working under the direction of the Managing Director, the

designer will assist in the creation of materials and images both digital and print to

 promote the many events and programs offered by Theater Works and select events

 that occur at the Peoria Center for the Performing Arts. Must be comfortable in a fast-

creative environment with daily, weekly and long-term deadlines. Hours will be between

20-30 hours per month. Staff position or freelance contract professional negotiable.

 

 

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[*]  Bid Whist, Bridge & Pinochle Party                                                    Every 4th Saturday

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Bid Whist, Bridge & Pinochle Party Every 4th Saturday

 

Grown Folks Party!!

 

June 24th, 2017, 7p – Midnight ($10)

Hosts: Charles & Marguerite McCray

 

SETAY’s Dance & Fitness Event Center

7430 S. 48th Street, Suite #103,

Phoenix AZ 85042,

602 438 7455

 

 

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[*]  EDGE Happy Hour @ TCA                                                     Weekly                      

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EDGE Happy Hour

 

TCA's New Happy Hour

 

Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays | 5 - 8 pm | No cover

Enjoy an after work gathering spot with a wide spectrum of live entertainment, art,

food trucks, tapas-style appetizers, and “Bottle & Board” wine specials.

EDGE showcases the best of the Valley’s talent in a laid-back space overlooking Tempe Town Lake.

 

Bar opens at 5 pm with food served from 6-8 pm.

 

For a more detailed listing, visit http://www.tempe.gov/city-hall/community-services/tempe-center-for-the-arts/edge

 

TEMPE CENTER FOR THE ARTS

Address: 700 W Rio Salado Pkwy, Tempe, AZ 85281

Phone: (480) 350-2822

 

 

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[*]  TEMPE MARKET PLACE - LIVE MUSIC                                     

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Calendar: http://www.tempemarketplace.com/events/live-music/

 

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[*]  Tempe Center For The Arts- Xhibition: celebrating ten years                     Sep 9 - Jan 6

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Tempe Xhibition: celebrating ten years

Sept. 9, 2017 - Jan. 6, 2018

 

Tempe has earned the reputation for being a smart, diverse and overall a very cool place.

 It is just big enough to entice new businesses and tourists and just small enough to give

residents a home-town atmosphere. At one time or another, many of the Valley’s movers and

shakers in the arts have lived, studied, worked and/or played here. Some studied at Arizona State University

and chose to stay while others may have moved on, but continue to think of Tempe as “theirs.”

This exhibition celebrates the creative, funky and innovative spirit of Tempe and some

of the people who make it cool.

 

Exhibiting Artists: Kristin Bauer, Angie Dell, Tlisza Jaurique, Lena Klett, Mark Klett, Natalie Klett,

Melissa Martinez, Emily Matyas, Dan Mayer, Jacob Meders, Marie Navarre, John Randall Nelson,

Kyle O’Malley, Emmett Potter, Emily Ritter, Christy Weiser, Garth Weiser, Kurt Weiser and Marcus Zilliox.

Thank you: Friends of Tempe Center for the Arts, ASU’s Pyracantha Press and the

University of Advancing Technology in Tempe.

 

Friday Night Maker Workshops with the artists

5:30-7:30 pm | Gallery | Free | Enjoy free live music in lobby with EDGE happy hour

10/20: Beautiful and Toxic Paper Cutting with artist Melissa Martinez

12/15: Kristin and Emmett’s Excellent T-Shirt Adventure with artists Kristin Bauer and Emmett Potter

 

Tempe Center For The Arts

Address: 700 W Rio Salado Pkwy, Tempe, AZ 85281

 

 

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[*]   A Night of Jazz with Tanner                                        Sep 23

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Historical Tanner Chapel AME Church:

 

"A Night of Jazz with Tanner"/ A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Tanner's Fire Fund.

 

The Musical Magic of Doc Jones & Company

 

Saturday, September 23rd @ 6 pm, Program Start 7:30pm, free parking,

 

ASU-Kerr Cultural Center, 6110 N. Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85253

 

Tickets $60.00 and can be purchased at the

 

ASU-Kerr Box Office- 480-596-2660 or 1-800-982-ARTS,

 

Online available, fees applicable.

 

Contact: Maxine Hill 623-932-1832 e-mail: maxhill@cox.net

 

 See ASU-Kerr website for any additional details.

 

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[*]  JAZZ: Fourplay @ The MIM                                       Sep 28

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Fourplay

Thursday, September 28, 2017

 

For two decades, the contemporary jazz quartet known as Fourplay has enjoyed consistent

artistic and commercial success by grafting elements of R&B, pop, and a variety of other

sounds to its unwavering jazz foundations. In the course of a dozen recordings—six of

which have climbed to the top of Billboard’s Contemporary Jazz Album charts—the

supergroup has continued to explore the limitless dimensions and permutations of jazz

while at the same time appealing to a broad mainstream audience.

 

The Musical Instrument Museum (MIM)

4725 E. Mayo Blvd.,

Phoenix, AZ 85050

https://mim.org/events/fourplay/2017-09-28/

 

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[*] Friends of Jazz presents Josh Wilson Jazz: A Brubeck Brew                        Sep 30

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Friends of Jazz presents Josh Wilson Jazz: A Brubeck Brew

Sept 30 | 6 pm | $14

 

With selections from the Dave Brubeck Quartet: Blue Rondo a la Turk, Take Five, Blue Shadows

in the Street, and others, plus the music of Esperanza Spalding and more.

 

Tempe Center For The Arts

Address: 700 W Rio Salado Pkwy, Tempe, AZ 85281

 

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[*] Arizona Dance Festival 2017                                                      Oct 6, Oct 7

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Desert Dance Theatre presents Arizona Dance Festival 2017

Oct 6 & Oct 7 | 7:30 pm | $15 - $20

 

Each evening will showcase different dance artists including emerging artists as well as

professional companies from all genres and styles of dance from Arizona.

 

Tempe Center For The Arts

Address: 700 W Rio Salado Pkwy, Tempe, AZ 85281

 

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[*] Arizona State Fair 2017                                                  Oct 6 - 29

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AZ State Fair 2017                 Oct 6 - 29

Welcome to the 2017 Arizona State Fair

Making memories for our Arizona families is what the State Fair is about.

Whether it’s your first date on the Sky Ride, at a Coliseum Concert, indulging

in a Funnel Cake or winning a giant stuffed panda, the Arizona State Fair brings our Community together.

 

What’s your Favorite Fair Food? Are you the traditionalist who races for the

Funnel Cake with Powdered Sugar or Turkey Leg?

A bite of Deep Fried Pumpkin Pie or Deep Fried Pork Belly on a Stick?

Whatever your Fair Food craving, here is where to indulge.

Oh, and wash it down with an ice cold Dasani.

 

2017 Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum Concert Series

For decades, the hottest artists have played the iconic Coliseum.

Check out who’s joining us this year!

 

https://azstatefair.com

 

Address: 1826 W McDowell Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85007

Phone: (602) 252-6771

 

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[*] Chris Tucker @ Celebrity Theatre                                           Oct 13 

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Comedian Chris Tucker

 

Friday, October 13, 2017

Celebrity Theatre

440 N. 32nd Street

Phoenix, AZ 85008

U. S. 602-267-1600

 

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spark! After Dark

 Oct 21, 2017

8PM - 11PM

 

Fade the lights and turn up the music. Every third Saturday from October to June

MAC's campus will be taken over by a new artist with a unique, crazy fun theme - complete

with live art, live music, great eats, tasty adult drinks and much more. Did we mention it’s free?

 

Mesa Arts Center

Address: 1 E Main St, Mesa, AZ 85201

Phone: (480) 644-6500

 

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[*] Sons of Serendip                                                              Oct 21

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Sons of Serendip         Oct 21

This unique and dynamic quartet (harpist, cellist, pianist and a vocalist) were finalists on

America’s Got Talent Season 9. This show will feature songs from musical giants like

Stevie Wonder, Sam Cooke and Kansas to newer artists like the Adele and The Weeknd.

 

Chandler Art Center

https://chandlercenter.org/events/search/all-events

Address: 250 N Arizona Ave, Chandler, AZ 85225

Phone: (480) 782-2680

 

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[*] JAZZ: Regina Carter: Simply Ella @ The MIM                                 Oct 27 

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Regina Carter: Simply Ella

 

Friday, October 27, 2017

Regina Carter is the foremost jazz violinist of her generation. Her quest for beauty,

combined with her passion for excellence, did not escape the attention of the MacArthur

Foundation, which awarded her its prestigious fellowship “genius grant.” Carter’s recent

release, Ella: Accentuate the Positive, and touring program, “Simply Ella,” mark the

hundredth birthday of a musical legend. The program celebrates the incomparable Ella

Fitzgerald—the source of Carter’s musical inspiration.

 

The Musical Instrument Museum (MIM)

 4725 E. Mayo Blvd.,

Phoenix, AZ 85050

https://mim.org/events

 

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[*]  JAZZ:  Michael Kocour and Friends with Dee Alexander                Oct 28

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Lakeshore Music presents Michael Kocour and Friends with Dee Alexander

 

Jazz pianist and ASU Director of Jazz Studies, Mike Kocour, and the TCA All-Stars team

up for a night of classic jazz with acclaimed Chicago vocalist Dee Alexander. The TCA

All-Stars should already be familiar to those who follow the Lakeshore Music Series.

These musicians are the A-Team throughout the larger Phoenix music community;

Jerry Donato, reeds; Dwight Kilian, bass; Dom Moio, drums.

 

Tempe Center For The Arts

700 W Rio Salado Pkwy, Tempe, AZ 85281

Phone: (480) 350-2822

 

 

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 [*] HIP HOP HALLOWEEN                                                         Oct 31

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Power98.3 & UrbanAZ Present

TECH N9NE    HIP HOP HALLOWEEN

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

 

Celebrity Theatre

Address: 440 N 32nd St, Phoenix, AZ 85008

Phone: (602) 267-1600

 

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[*] The Family Stone-50th Anniversary Tour                               Nov 4

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Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of The Family Stone and 50 years of Funk. Rock & Roll Hall of

Fame Inductees Jerry Martini and Greg Errico featuring Phunne Stone, Alex Davis, Blaise Sison,

and Nate Wingfield perform their greatest hits including Thank You (Falletinme Be Mice Elf Agin),

Hot Fun In The Summertime, Everyday People, I Wanna Take You Higher,

STAND, Sing A Simple Song and Dance To The Music.

 

Chandler Art Center

https://chandlercenter.org/events/search/all-events

Address: 250 N Arizona Ave, Chandler, AZ 85225

Phone: (480) 782-2680

 

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[*]  Esteban: Electric Flamenco                                                      Nov 10

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M&M Productions presents Esteban: Electric Flamenco

Nov 10 | 7 pm |

 

The passion of Spain and Flamenco (Gitano Andalusia) performed in a new

modern way that you'll never forget: riveting Flamenco and Spanish Guitar and

Gypsy violin performances, along with full band.

 

VIP seats include a pre-show meet & greet with Esteban at 5:30 pm as well as a glass of wine, beer, or soft drink.

 

Tempe Center For The Arts

700 W Rio Salado Pkwy, Tempe, AZ 85281

Phone: (480) 350-2822

 

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[*]  "What Moves You" featuring Lil Buck and Mihai Marica              Nov 11

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What Moves You featuring Lil Buck and Mihai Marica

with special guest Jon Boogz

Nov 11, 2017 | 7:30 pm

Tickets:  $38 & $48

480-350-2822 or tca.ticketforce.com

 

Lil Buck has become an international sensation with his spectacular style of street dance, “

Memphis jookin’,” appearing on high-profile commercials from Apple Airpods to Lexus and

live performances on Steven Colbert and the Superbowl with Madonna. With his fluid, twisting

and jaw-dropping angular moves, Lil Buck comes to TCA with cellist Mihai Marica and special

guest movement artist Jon Boogz to challenge the boundaries of what their

respective instruments—the body and the cello—can do.

 

Tempe Center for the Arts

700 W. Rio Salado Parkway

Tempe, AZ 85281

 

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[*] Art Quilts: XXII                                                              Nov 17

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For twenty two years the art quilts in this annual show have inspired and captured the

hearts of devoted attendees from across Arizona. The juried multi-media textile pieces

use bold colors, themes, textures and patterns.

This exhibit has become an institution in the textile arts community and is one not to be missed.

 

Chandler Art Center

https://chandlercenter.org/events/search/all-events

Address: 250 N Arizona Ave, Chandler, AZ 85225

Phone: (480) 782-2680

 

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[*] 12th Annual MESA ARTS FESTIVAL                                               Dec 9 -10

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MESA ARTS FESTIVAL

Kick off the holidays at Mesa Arts Center and experience this fun and exciting community event!

 

The 2017 Mesa Arts Festival is the premier place to find unique gifts for the holidays!

The annual festival will feature original works of art for sale from local, regional and

national artists in various mediums; live entertainment showcasing local and national

talent on two stages; live artist demonstrations; Family Activity Area and an array of

culinary delights.

 

Event Admission and Parking are FREE!

 

Mesa Arts Center

Address: 1 E Main St, Mesa, AZ 85201

Phone: (480) 644-6500        

 

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[*] Aldo Lopez Gavilan Trio: "The Cubans are Coming!"                      Jan 20, 2018

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Lakeshore Music presents Aldo Lopez Gavilan Trio: "The Cubans are Coming!"

Jan 20 | 7:30 | $40

 

This premiere performance is part of the ongoing Lakeshore Music/Cuba Rhythm and Views

cultural exchange program with Cuba.

 

Tempe Center For The Arts

Address: 700 W Rio Salado Pkwy, Tempe, AZ 85281

 

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[*] Black Violin                                                                     Feb 28, 2018

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Black Violin

                                   

Back by popular demand! Black Violin is the blend of classical, hip-hop, rock, R&B,

and jazz music. Live, they are accompanied by their incredible band, featuring ace turntable whiz DJ SPS and a drummer.

 

Chandler Art Center

https://chandlercenter.org/events/search/all-events

Address: 250 N Arizona Ave, Chandler, AZ 85225

Phone: (480) 782-2680

 

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[*]SPARK! MESA'S FESTIVAL OF CREATIVITY                              Mar 17-18, 2018

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SPARK! MESA'S FESTIVAL OF CREATIVITY

 

spark! Mesa's Festival of Creativity celebrates the imaginative spark in all of us!

The free, annual event showcases Arizona artists and performers, and invites you

to enjoy live music, performances, hands-on experiences, live art-making, installations, demonstrations and more.

 

While you're here, explore Mesa Arts Center's campus and all it has to offer.

Stop by The Store, the artist cooperative gallery on the north end of campus,

visit Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum and see the latest exhibitions, and try

your hand at painting or ceramics in the Arts Studios' sampler workshops.

 

What festival is complete without food?

Enjoy a variety of foods, a beer and wine garden and more.

Admission and parking are free!

Mesa Arts Center

Address: 1 E Main St, Mesa, AZ 85201

Phone: (480) 644-6500

 

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[*]   ARIZONA SCIENCE CENTER - Adult's Night                               3rd Thurs

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Put a twist on your Friday night and join Arizona Science Center for the

newest adults’ only event. Science with a Twist is designed specifically

for ages 21 and older with activities geared towards adults. Each month is

themed and includes a cash bar, music, live science demonstrations,

hands-on activities, discounted tickets into the featured exhibition and more!

 

Event Details

Every third Friday of the month.

6-–10 p.m.

Non-members: $12 per person

Members: $10 per person

 

*Become a member today!

 

Monthly Themes

Oct. 21, 2016 | Weird Science

Nov. 18, 2016 | Fantastic Feasts

Dec. 16, 2016 | Fire and Ice

 

Parking

Arizona Science Center offers parking validation, which discounts the cost

of parking at the Heritage Parking Garage on 5th street just North of Washington.

Parking validation is available at the Information Zone or the General Admission.

 

http://www.azscience.org/sciencewithatwist

600 E. Washington Street

Phoenix, Arizona 85004

 

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[*]  Gregory’s Fresh Market

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Gregory’s Fresh Market (GFM), a division of Diana Gregory Outreach Services and a 501 (c)(3) organization,

is a one-aisle mobile produce market which operates in senior communities without easy access to healthy food.

Through a holistic approach, including education to increase senior understanding and acceptance of making

healthy food choices, community organizing and advocacy, Gregory’s Fresh Market is working to restore

meaningful food access and eliminate health disparities in under-resourced communities. Community dwelling

seniors who participate in Gregory’s Fresh Market will not only have access to fresh produce, they will also have

the opportunity to regularly participate in educational programs that teach simple solutions for healthy cooking,

healthy eating and incorporating appropriate fitness. The mission is to enrich lives.

 

Please contact us to schedule an appointment.

 

Your tax deductible donations are appreciated.:

Diana Gregory Outreach Services Foundation,

1928 E. Highland Ave. Suite F104-223,

Phoenix, AZ 85016-4636.

602-793-6638

 

http://www.dianagregory.com/gregorys-fresh-market/

 

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Garden Free Day

Spend a day in the Garden

The second Tuesday of every month is Garden Free Day.

Join us on Tuesday for free admission from

7 a.m. - 8 p.m.

 

http://www.dbg.org

 

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[*]  TEMPE MARKET PLACE - LIVE MUSIC

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Calendar: http://www.tempemarketplace.com/events/live-music/

 

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[*] MEET ME DOWNTOWN PHX                                               Every Monday 

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http://www.meetmedowntownphx.com

 

MEET ME DOWNTOWN HAS MOVED TO THE PARK!!

THE PARK…STREET FOOD AND BEER GARDEN!

3 SOUTH SECOND STREET

EVERY MONDAY…5:15PM

2 1/2 hours free parking in Collier Center Garage

 

MEET ME DOWNTOWN

MMDT... BUILDING COMMUNITY THROUGH FITNESS

 

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona and FitPHX, in partnership with Downtown Phoenix, Inc.,

Phoenix Parks Foundation, CityScape, The Corner, Copper Blues, Sole Sports Running Zone and

Meet Me Concepts are proud to bring you this FREE weekly downtown walk/run.

 

Our Mission…Meet Me Downtown (MMDT) brings people of all ages to downtown Phoenix

for a weekly social walk/run, engaging individuals and businesses in a vibrant event that

showcases downtown Phoenix as a prime location for healthy activities.

 

"Meet Me" restaurants  provide a monthly gift certificate

for our free raffle, and discounts with your MMDTPHX hand stamp.

 

Meet Me Partners" provide regular gifts and services to MMDT.

 

FAQS

Where do we meet?

The Park at 3 South Second Street.

 

What time does the walk/run start?

Walk/run anytime…just be sure to return to The Park for the closing ceremony at 6;45.

 

Where do we park?

The Collier Center parking garage is free for the first 2 1/2hours. Get validation at The Park.

 

Can I bring my children?

Of course, bring the whole family!

 

What does it cost?

Nothing…it’s free!

 

Is the event dog-friendly?

Yes, bring your dog to the outdoor patio of The Park.

 

Do I have to check in?

Yes, for insurance purposes we require everyone to check in.

We also keep track of attendance so you can earn incentive awards.

 

What time does the walk/run start?

Walk/run anytime…just be sure to return to The Park for the closing ceremony at 6:45.

 

How will I know the route?

Get your route guide/map at check-in.

 

How do I get a t-shirt and cap?

Thanks to our sponsor Blue Cross Blue Shield of AZ we

have these incentive awards for attendance:

X10      Shirt

X25      Cap

X50      Pin for Cap

X 100   Century Shirt

MORE!!!

 

What happens after the walk/run?

At our 6:45pm closing ceremony we give the awards and have a free raffle

 for restaurant and other business gift certificates. After that you can enjoy

dinner at a discount at several downtown locations.

 

How do I get the discounts?

Have your hand stamped when you check-in at The Park.

 

https://www.facebook.com/MMDTPHX/

 

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[*]  Black Theatre Troupe 2016-2017 Season                   

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http://new-wp.blacktheatretroupe.org/

 

BLACK NATIVITY

by Langston Hughes

December 2 – 18, 2016

Last season’s sold-out, legendary holiday event by Harlem Renaissance poet Langston Hughes,

returns to the BTT stage in a stunning new production.  Black Nativity is without a doubt a theatrical

 wonderment. A joyous company of singers, actors, dancers and musicians delivers its powerful

 message of joy, hope, victory and liberation. This song-play touches a special chord in the hearts of all

at a very special time of the year.

 

BROKE-OLOGY

by Nathan Louis Jackson

February 10-26, 2017

The King family has weathered life’s hardships, surviving with their love for each other intact. William

 King lives in the house his two sons grew up in. He’s alone, but he maintains his allegiance with their

mother in his own private way. As illness takes its toll on his body, the brothers are called home to take

 care of him and immediately find themselves at a crossroads. The older son having escaped the poverty

 and their neighborhood has just finished grad school but returns to town to help take care of his father.

The younger brother has remained at home but now must face the reality of his dead-end restaurant job.

Broke-ology is a moving exploration of how time and circumstance — and the hard fact of poverty —

 can diminish hope, divide loving siblings and threaten to extinguish life itself.

 

THE SCOTTSBORO BOYS

Book by David Thompson;

Music by John Kander;

Lyrics by Fred Ebb

April 5 – 23, 2017

Tickets on sale February 2017.

Set in 1933 the legend of the Scottsboro Boys has been realized as a poignant and powerful musical.

The Black Theatre Troupe and Phoenix Theatre join forces to present this powerful story of racial

injustice that even today demands that its voice be heard.

Before the Central Park Five, Rubin “Hurricane” Carter and The Black Panther’s, Geronimo Pratt there

were the Scottsboro Boys.  No other crime in American history – let alone a crime that never occurred –

is seen as the landmark set of legal cases stemming from racism that set legal precedent for every

citizen to have the right to a fair trial-a fitting and enduring legacy for these nine young Black men.

Nine lives that mattered.

 

Black Theatre Troupe, Inc. <boxoffice@blacktheatretroupe.org> 

1333 E. Washington - Downtown Phoenix

Buy Tickets and Season Passes Online

or Call the Box Office: 602-258-8129

 

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[*]   ARIZONA SCIENCE CENTER - Adult's Night                               3rd Thurs

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Put a twist on your Friday night and join Arizona Science Center for the

newest adults’ only event. Science with a Twist is designed specifically

for ages 21 and older with activities geared towards adults. Each month is

themed and includes a cash bar, music, live science demonstrations,

hands-on activities, discounted tickets into the featured exhibition and more!

 

Event Details

Every third Friday of the month.

6-–10 p.m.

Non-members: $12 per person

Members: $10 per person

 

*Become a member today!

 

Monthly Themes

Nov. 18, 2016 | Fantastic Feasts

Dec. 16, 2016 | Fire and Ice

 

Parking

Arizona Science Center offers parking validation, which discounts the cost

of parking at the Heritage Parking Garage on 5th street just North of Washington.

Parking validation is available at the Information Zone or the General Admission.

 

http://www.azscience.org/sciencewithatwist

600 E. Washington Street

Phoenix, Arizona 85004

 

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[*]  13TH Film: The 13th Amendment                               Now                           

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13TH is a 2016 American documentary by director Ava DuVernay.

Centered on race in the United States criminal justice system, the film is titled after the Thirteenth

 Amendment to the United States Constitution which theoretically outlawed slavery.

DuVernay's documentary argues that slavery is being perpetuated, however,

through mass incarceration.

 

13TH has garnered acclaim from film critics.

 

The full Thirteenth Amendment reads as follows: "Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude,

except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall

exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction."

 

13TH | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix - YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V66F3WU2CKk

 

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[*]  MILKWEED ARTS                                                                              NOW

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MILKWEED ARTS

Quality Art, Quality Education

 

We are so excited about these new classes, we just couldn't wait to tell you! 

We know you are craving new instructors, new techniques,

and new ideas -- because you keep telling us! 

So checkout the classes offered: http://www.milkweedartsaz.com/

 

1920 W Camelback Rd,

Phoenix, AZ, United States

(602) 492-7899

 

Proud member of Local First Arizona

 

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[*]  Phoenix Center for the Arts                                                                  NOW

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Classes are filling to capacity, the Center is brimming with life and activity,

and we've got more classes and students than ever before!

 

As a Phoenix Center for the Arts membership holder, one of your biggest perks

is early access to class registration. And, believe it or not, summer classes are

right around the corner.

 

Need to renew your membership? Simply call 602-254-3100 or stop by the

Phoenix Center for the Arts front desk to do so at your convenience.

 

Our Summer 2015 Class Catalog has arrived!

 

Swing by the front desk and pick one up today.

 

Thanks and have a wonderful weekend!

 

Sincerely,

All of us at Phoenix Center for the Arts

Phoenix Center for the Arts

phoenixcenterforthearts.org

602-254-3100

1202 N 3rd Street

Phoenix, AZ 85004

 

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[*] MIM MUSICAL THEATRE UPCOMING CONCERTS     

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MIM MUSICAL THEATRE

 

http://mimmusictheater.themim.org

Musical Instrument Museum

4725 E. Mayo Boulevard

Phoenix, AZ 85050

480.478.6000

 

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[*] THE NASH      JAZZ HAPPENS HERE        

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http://www.thenash.org/

 

The Nash preserves the cultural treasure of American music history, showcases live

performance and ensures the future of the iconic art of jazz for generations to come.

Educational and performance programs at The Nash include: classic jazz and new music;

performances by student musicians, local pros and touring artists; weekly jazz jam sessions;

workshops; master classes; and clinics.  Educational programs will be offered ranging from

one-on-one private lessons to combo labs, guided listening, jazz in film, jazz camps and more.

 

The Nash

110 E Roosevelt St.

Phoenix, AZ 85004

(602) 795-0464

 

The Nash Phoenix Jazz Showcase

 

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[*] Huey's Lounge & Grill

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Huey's Lounge & Grill

607 W. Osborn Rd

Phoenix,  AZ 85013

Phone: (602) 279-0744

http://https://www.facebook.com/hueysloungeandgrill

 

Huey's is a sports bar and lounge & grill offering all sports packages and food with entertainment.

Live Music

Free Food Buffet on Fridays

DJ

Karaoke

Open Mic Comedy Night

Food: Catfish, wings, spaghetti

 

Every Wednesday Open Mic comedy night hosted by GE Howard

~ Comedians are welcome to do a set if you sign up before 8:15pm

~ Come enjoy a drink & a laugh - NO COVER, great food - Check us out

 

Open 7 days a week with daily specials.

 

 

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[*] Char’s Has the Blues     

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Char’s Has the Blues

charshastheblues.com

 

Phoenix's Home Of The Blues

Welcome to Char's Has The Blues.  The best place

in the valley to hear live music every day of the

week.  At Char's we have a friendly and courteous

staff to serve you.  And the best in Blues, R&B,

Soul and Funk music the valley has to offer.

 

Live Music Every Night!    

Open Sun-Thurs 8:00pm-1:00am, Fri-Sat 7:30pm-1:00am

4631 N 7th Ave

Phoenix, AZ 85013

(602) 230-0205

 

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[*] The Rhythm Room         

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Rhythm Room

rhythmroom.com

 

The Rhythm Room Roots, Blues & Concert Club in Phoenix, Arizona is a live music

venue hosting local and national acts on a nightly basis. We opened in 1991 and

celebrated our 20th anniversary in 2011. We’ve got live music with the best customers

around! And the staff ain’t half bad either!

 

1019 E Indian School Rd

Phoenix, AZ 85014

(602) 265 4842

 

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[*]  FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE @ Majerle’s Sports Grill                  FRI                

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FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE

 

East Valley's Number One Party

 

Every friday night  9PM - 2AM

 

R&B / Neo Soul | Old School | Hip Hop

DJ Ray Ray | DJ Klassic

 

Majerle’s Sports Grill at Chandler Fashion Center

 

3095 W. Chandler Blvd.

Chandler, Arizona 85226

Phone: (480) 899 - 7999

Fax: (480) 855 - 0989

Email: info@majerles.com

 

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[*]   Michael's at Park Central

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Established September 2011 in the Valley of the Sun is a place of smothering soul and hospitality.

An environment that was created for family, friends and casual acquaintances is Michael's Cafe,

a place that is just as welcoming as a good old house party.

It is centrally located in Downtown Phoenix and the hypnotic flair is just right for a mature crowd. 

The Club features live music, dinner and dancing that keeps the crowd salivating for more.

 

Address: 3110 N Central Ave, Suite  #140, Phoenix, AZ 85012

Phone: (602) 248-2233

E-mail      michaelscafeaz2@gmail.com

http://www.michaelsatparkcentral.com

 

 

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EDUCATION

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[*]  Education: FREE Online College/University Classes

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Discover online classes taught by top instructors and industry experts.

Colleges/Universities include: Harvard, MIT, Stanford, Berkley, etc.

Some are self paced, some are instructor lead.

They do provide some type of credit for taking the courses.

Covers courses in Engineering, Software, Arts, Science, etc.

 

* Massive Open Online Course (MOOC):  www.MOOC.org

 

* EdX: EdX offers interactive online classes and MOOCs from the world’s best universities, colleges and

organizations. Online courses from MITx, HarvardX, BerkeleyX, UTx and many other universities. Topics include

biology, business, chemistry, computer science, economics, finance, electronics, engineering, food and nutrition,

history, humanities, law, literature, math, medicine, music, philosophy, physics, science, statistics and more. EdX is

a non-profit online initiative created by founding partners Harvard and MIT.   Edx: https://www.edx.org/

 

* Coursera: Coursera is an education platform that partners with top universities and organizations worldwide,

to offer  courses online for anyone to take, for free.  We envision a future where everyone has access to a

world-class education. We aim to empower people with education that will improve their lives, the lives of

their families, and the communities they live in.   Coursera: https://www.coursera.org/

 

* Udacity: Relevant courses taught by passionate, experienced industry leaders.  Online education that bridges

the gap between academic and real world skills. Taught by industry leaders excited to share their expertise from

 companies such as Google, Facebook, Cloudera, and MongoDB.   UDACITY: https://www.udacity.com

 

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* https://www.khanacademy.org/  :

A free world-class education for anyone anywhere.

Khan Academy is an organization on a mission. We're a not-for-profit with the goal of changing

education for the better by providing a free world-class education for anyone anywhere.

All of the site's resources are available to anyone. It doesn't matter if you are a student, teacher,

home-schooler, principal, adult returning to the classroom after 20 years, or a friendly alien just

trying to get a leg up in earthly biology.

Khan Academy's materials and resources are available to you completely free of charge.

 

*www.lynda.com :

Our missionTo help you learn the skills you need to achieve your full potential.

About us: lynda.com is a leading online learning company that helps anyone learn business,

software, technology and creative skills to achieve personal and professional goals. Through

 individual, corporate, academic and government subscriptions, members have access to the

lynda.com video library of engaging, top-quality courses taught by recognized industry experts.

The company also provides German, French and Spanish language content under the video2brain brand name.

 

 

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[*]  Black Book of Arizona

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Black Book of Arizona

Your 411 to the Black Community

FREE Directory Assistance & Referral Service for all your business and

lifestyle needs.

www.BlackBookAZ.com  or info@azbp.com 

602 230-8161

Follow us - www.twitter.com/blackbookaz 

Like us on Facebook - www.tinyurl.com/cwrln22

 

 

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[*]  African American Genealogy Meeting             2nd Sat          

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African American Genealogy

 

Do you want to trace your African American family tree?

 

Not sure how or where to begin?

 

The Black Family Genealogy/History Society provides instruction for genealogy beginners who

have a specific interest in African American ancestral research. You’ll learn genealogy research methods,

tips and tools for getting organized, common sources used by genealogists, resources specific to

African Americans as well as challenges in researching African American ancestors.Our intermediate and

advanced researchers are here to help the newcomer and each other in tracing family heritage.

 

The Black Family Genealogy/History Society has a permanent location at the

Harmon Library at 1325 S. 5th Ave. The cross streets are Buckeye Road and 5th Avenue.

Meetings are held every 2nd Saturday of the month at 11 a.m. with Free classes for beginners.

All are invited.

 

 For more info contact: Joyce at 602-276-7931

 

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[*] MODABA   www.momsdadsbabies.com                     

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MODABA stands for Moms, Dads and Babies.

We offer a variety of pregnancy services to include free pregnancy testing,

homebirth midwifery, doula support, educational classes and a lot more.

 

If you are interested in learning about all of your options for having your baby,

call for a FREE CONSULT at 602.710.8212 or email us at Fatima.modaba@gmail.com

 

Please visit our website for more information www.momsdadsbabies.com.

 

Thank you!

FATIMA

 

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[*] National Black Women of Faith Association                First Mondays

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Faith First Mondays...A Time to Mix and Mingle, Meet and Greet.

We will also host our Monthly meeting at this time.

 

Faith First Mondays

 

About National Black Women of Faith Association

We Network, Share, & Grow. We Also Host, Promote & Broadcast Seminars, Conferences, and

other Events Live Stream from Across the Nation!

 

Black Woman of Faith <share@blackwomenoffaith.com>

See more details and RSVP on National Black Women of Faith Association:

http://blackwomenoffaith.com/events/event/show

 

About National Black Women of Faith Association

We Network, Share, & Grow. We Also Host, Promote & Broadcast Seminars, Conferences,

and other Events Live Stream from Across the Nation!

 

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[*] Metropolitan Sun of AZ                                     2nd SAT

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 Metropolitan Sun National Council of Negro Women.

 

Meetings are every 2nd Saturday of the month.

 

Location : the Windmill Suites of Chandler  3535 W. Chandler Blvd. Chandler AZ. 85226

 

Join the many Women of Maricopa & Pinal Counties.

We are a Family of Women   Making a Positive Difference in the Communities.

 

Have Lunch on NCNW. Web-site www.metrosunncnww.weebly.com

Nationals Web-site  NCNW.org

 

E-mail  ncnwmetrosun@yahoo.com

Founder Catherine Kennard

 

Name of Metropolitan Sun NCNW. Please change to

Metropolitan Sun of AZ. NCNW,

P.O. Box 3305, Chandler, AZ. 85244. 

President: Letha Thomas

 

 

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[*]  TEMPE CENTER FOR THE ARTS: WALK-IN WEDNESDAYS

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Tempe Center For The Arts : Walk-In Wednesdays: http://www.tempe.gov/tca/wiw.htm

 

Open Mic Night.

 

Schedule: 6:30-11 p.m., Wednesdays, September-November; January-February; April-May

 

Lounge at TCA in spectacular views, shake off the stress of the week and enjoy music by emerging songwriters at Walk-in Wednesdays,

the Valley's unique showcase for emerging songwriters. All musicians are welcome. Food and beverage available.

Performers from Walk-in Wednesdays will be selected to perform in the Songwriters' Showcase.

 

 

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[*]  1ST FRIDAY   FIRST FRIDAYS ARTLINK

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Artlink Phoenix Art Detour/First Fridays: http://www.artlinkphoenix.com/

 

The First Friday Art Walk takes place on the first Friday of each month in downtown Phoenix.

Participating venues provide arts and cultural programming for a large mobile audience of art patrons.

 

If this is your first First Fridays, Welcome! We hope you enjoy the variety of art and experiences

that First Fridays offers. We suggest you start at the Phoenix ARt Museum, located just south

of McDowell Road on Central Avenue. Stop inside to get a first Friday brochure, that includes all

the member galleries, their locations in the downtown Phoenix area, and the best shuttle bus

route that will get you out and about!

 

Additional Information: Artlink, together with participating venues, provides free shuttle

buses approximately every half hour from 6:00pm-10:00pm. There are five Shuttle Bus Routes

departing from Phoenix Art Museum. The last buses leave at about 9:30pm.

 

Visit www.artlinkphoenix.com for more information.

 

NOTE: Please call before you go to confirm that the listed events are still active.

 

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NOTE: Please call before you go to confirm that the listed events are still active.

 

THE NASH      JAZZ HAPPENS HERE  

http://www.thenash.org/

The Nash preserves the cultural treasure of American music history, showcases live

performance and ensures the future of the iconic art of jazz for generations to come.

Educational and performance programs at The Nash include: classic jazz and new music;

performances by student musicians, local pros and touring artists; weekly jazz jam sessions;

workshops; master classes; and clinics.  Educational programs will be offered ranging from

one-on-one private lessons to combo labs, guided listening, jazz in film, jazz camps and more.

The Nash

110 E Roosevelt St.

Phoenix, AZ 85004

(602) 795-0464

 

* ASU Kerr Cultural Center

 Jazz In Concert/Perennials Super-Season presented by Jazz in AZ and the ASU Kerr Cultural Center , with generous

support from the Jazzbird Foundation . The Perennial concerts, which have become annual "two-nighters" by popular

demand, comprised a separate series last season, but have been incorporated into the current "super-season.

The Kerr Cultural Center, located at Scottsdale Road and Rose Lane (just south of The Borgata) is an intimate, acoustically

superior venue that was built for the performance of chamber music. Whether you are a devoted fan of these artists or a newcomer

to the genre, you'll find these concerts to provide an uncompromising experience for both artists and audience.

http://www.jazzinaz.org/kerr.html

 

* Kerr Cultural Center

Kerr Cultural Center is ASU Public Events' most intimate and unique venue. The home of JazzInAZ Sunday concert

series from Nov - May on the first Wednesday evening of each month.

http://www.jazzinaz.org/kerr.html

 

* Winter/Spring Desert Botanical Garden

Music in the Garden. Come see the beautiful Desert Botanical Garden and listen to the Valley’s premier musicians.

http://www.dbg.org/

 

* April Chandler Jazz Festival

Annual Bourbon Street-style festival featuring national headlines and more than 125 musicians in 22 different

bands at 9 venues - all FREE!  Bring a blanket or a lawn chair out to Historic Downtown Chandler the

Chandler Jazz Festival. This year’s entertainment lineup offers a variety of local and national Jazz performers. Info: 480.782.2735

 

* Annual Paradise Valley Jazz Festival

One of the longest running jazz events in the world, this event provides approximately 16 hours of music

that will be performed during two days, some of the most exciting jazz musicians in the jazz world will

perform a variety of jazz from straight ahead jazz to a bit of blues, some New Orleans jazz, some Count Basie

music, a little latin jazz, and some surprises.

http://www.paradisevalleyjazz.com

 

* Annual Sedona Jazz on the Rocks Music Festival

www.sedonajazz.com

Preserving jazz for future generations through education and performance programs

Founded in 1981, Sedona Jazz on the Rocks celebrates jazz as a living art

form through education and performance programs. A not-for-profit organization

dedicated to furthering the talents of young Arizona jazz musicians, Sedona Jazz

on the Rocks brings the greatest names in jazz to one of the most beautiful

places in America. Our  festival showcases a diverse array of jazz performers

from legendary to emerging coming together for five days of incredible music.

Telephone: 928-282-1985http://www.sedonajazz.com/   SJOR: (928) 282-1985, Email: office@sedonajazz.com

 

NOTE: Please call before you go to confirm that the listed events are still active.

 

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   NOTE: Please call before you go to confirm that the listed events are still active.


The Rhythm Room

Phoenix's Roots, Blues & Concert Club

http://www.rhythmroom.com/

(602)265-4842

1019 E. Indian School Road

Phoenix, Arizona 85014

 

 


 

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