When “Disney Live! Mickey’s Music Festival” rolls into town this September for a weekend of performances at U.S. Airways Center, families can enjoy concert time featuring some of their favorite Disney characters. I’ve enjoyed several family-friendly concerts at the downtown Phoenix venue, as well as at some places that might not be on your radar […]
Our RAK intern-turned-freelance-photographer Tac Coluccio went to Friendly Pines Camp in Prescott for four years and was a counselor in training last summer. We sent him back to Friendly Pines for this last installment of our “My Day at Camp” summer series. Tac has many fond memories of Friendly Pines. Jack Gannalo, 12, a boy […]
Nearly three dozen students and chaperones representing the theater department at Chaparral High School in Scottsdale start their journey to Scotland today to participate in the 2014 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, one of the world’s largest arts festivals. The American High School Theatre Festival chose 45 schools in the United States and Canada to participate in […]
Summer nights in the pool are a highlight of childhood in Arizona. This simple, kid-friendly craft will add a bit of magic to those twilight swims. All you need is a few plastic water bottles, glow sticks and pebbles. • Add five or six pebbles to the water bottle to help it sink. • […]
Summer Stay & Play. Ages 5 & under (with an adult). Play, meet new friends, explore toys, enjoy art activities and books. 10-11am. Free. Civic Center Library, 3839 N Drinkwater Blvd, Scottsdale. 480-312-READ (7323) or scottsdalelibrary.org.