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Free Chips & Guacamole for National Avocado Day

On Saturday, July 31, Rubio’s is celebrating National Avocado Day by giving out free chips and guacamole. PLUS a giveaway!

Phoenix Film Festival to show award-winning autism documentary spotlighting Arizona

“In A Different Key,” a documentary about autism and the struggle to belong, follows Caren Zucker as she tracks down the first person in...

Robot Art opens July 1 at i.d.e.a. Museum of Mesa

Beginning July 1, families can explore the world of robotics through art and hands-on activities at the i.d.e.a. Museum's new Robo Art exhibition. The exhibit...

2021 Summer Survival Guide

The heat is here, and with it long days of staying indoors. If there’s a silver lining to the pandemic, it’s that we now...

Children’s Museum of Phoenix exhibit celebrates author and artist Eric Carle

The Children’s Museum of Phoenix recently unveiled its first traveling exhibit, which pays tribute to children's author and illustrator Eric Carle, who passed away...

Sea Life Arizona breeds mosquito-eating fish

Sea Life Arizona aquarium at Arizona Mills in Tempe is helping eliminate mosquitos. In partnership with Arizona Game and Fish, the aquarium is breeding endangered...

Maricopa County Reads summer reading program runs June 1-Aug. 1

Maricopa County Reads is the free summer reading program intended to help stop "summer slide" — the term used to explain learning losses experienced...

How to celebrate Earth Day 2021

Earth Day is Thursday, April 22. This year offers a great mix of in-person and virtual options for observing the day, along with some...

Two-month “A” Mountain Challenge begins April 1

The two-month “A" Mountain Challenge kicks off April 1. The event, presented by the Downtown Tempe Authority and Zebra E-Bikes, showcases “A Mountain” in Tempe (also...

D-backs Kids Club offers new tech, new prizes

The Arizona Diamondbacks have re-launched the D-backs Kids Club, a free program that rewards kids 15 and younger with prizes for each game they...

Sari on Science: Balloon rockets help explain how we’ll propel ourselves to Mars

After watching the incredible NASA Mars Perseverance rover landing last month, my daughter asked if she could go to Mars. At one time, this...

2021 Easter events in Arizona

Events fill quickly. Please call ahead or register in advance to avoid disappointment. We will be adding to this list as we discover more...

COVID-19 Cancellation: Trolls Live! at Gila River Arena

Fans of Poppy, Branch and their troll friends will have to wait a bit longer. Vstar Entertainment Group today announced it is canceling the...

Raising Outdoor Kids: Hiking Arizona trails less traveled

This is high season for hiking in Arizona. With our unseasonably warm weather and all-too-brief “winter” this year, our trails are all the more...

Phoenix Art Museum extends free admission for military families

Phoenix Art Museum is continuing its free-admission Military Access Program — called MAP@PAM — through 2022, providing free admission to all veterans, active-duty service...

Black History Month: What to do, read, and watch

Black History Month was officially recognized in 1976 to honor the accomplishments of Black people throughout American history. This year, the importance of Black History Month...

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