Why support AIDS Walk Arizona? These days, when we think about infectious diseases, the first thing that comes to everyone’s mind is the Ebola virus. But HIV/AIDS is still with us. Arizona Department of Health Services data estimates that in 2013, more than 15,000 people in the state of Arizona carried an HIV positive diagnosis […]
Pectus excavatum – A simpler surgery to fix “sunken chest”
It was simply a slight indentation at the chest—nothing that anyone else would notice about a young, growing girl who also happened to be slender. Anyone else but her mom, of course. “I knew her body, head to toe,” says Brenda Hosek of Peoria. “I thought she would outgrow it as she put meat on […]
Your kids might think copper is a cool color for a smart phone case, but at some point they’ll learn in school about the role copper played in Arizona’s history. It’s one of the “five C’s” depicted on the Arizona state seal—the other four cover cattle, cotton, citrus and climate. A visit to the Arizona […]
If your children don’t mind getting their hands dirty, work together to create this delightfully disgusting slime. Empty a four-ounce bottle of school glue into a bowl. Fill the empty bottle with warm water, shake and pour out into the bowl. Color the slime by mixing in two tablespoons of acrylic craft paint or eight […]
C-Town Suitcase Club. Ages 3-5 (with an adult). Travel through time and explore everyday objects. 10-11am. Free. Chandler Museum, 300 S Chandler Village Dr, Chandler. 480-782-2717 or chandlermuseum.org.
Enter to win two of artist Ron Burn’s books: The Dogs of Ron Burns – A Tribute to the Dogs of 9/11 and Rufus Rhymes. The Dogs of Ron Burns – A Tribute to the Dogs of 9/11 gives a glimpse into the life of service dogs and what their handlers say about them. Rufus […]