For more than a century, Tempe residents have gathered for a reunion every year to socialize, talk about life in the city and share memories. The gathering will happen again Oct. 15, when the Tempe Old Settlers Association holds its 103rd celebration. The event draws people from across the Valley to share stories, feast on a potluck lunch, be entertained and elect association officers.
To be an Old Settler member, you must have been born in Tempe or have lived in the city at least 30 years. The Old Settlers will gather from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the cafeteria of Tempe High School, 1730 S. Mill Ave. Registration starts at 10 a.m. and the potluck begins at noon. For more information, call Joel Navarro at (480) 688-9907 or visit www.tempeoldsettlers.com.