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Halloween is the last day to catch most fall festivals around the East Valley.
Basha HS grad finished 2012-13 a top-ranked high school competitor
As the bleachers next to the arena are raised at Welcome Home Ranch, it signals the beginning of not only a new era for the farm at Val Vista Drive and Hunt Highway, but a new beginning for the long-standing East Valley tradition that is Gilbert Days.
Most foot races take place early in the morning or at sunset, when temperatures start to lower — but not this race. The first-ever Beat the Heat race will begin at 2:47 p.m., the time when, on June 26, 1990, temperatures reached 122 degrees, the hottest recorded temperature the Valley has ever endured.
It’s no surprise that Chelsea Bain has been attending NASCAR races since she was 5 years old. Her dad, Emmett “Buddy” Jobe, brought NASCAR to Phoenix International Raceway in 1987. Now, Bain is more involved in NASCAR than she ever has been, but not as a spectator — as a rockin’ country musician.
Enjoy this annual rodeo extravaganza where there’ll be a PRCA rodeo competition, a petting zoo, an RV show, a draft horse show, mutton bustin’ and a whole lot more.
Mesa wrestling coach Bob Williams has taken multiple trips to Europe (namely Germany), the Middle East and the former Soviet Union during the past couple decades, both with high school kids and international competitors.
Winter Range: Cowboy Action Shooting National Championship: Cowboy reenactors and marksmen from across the country and around the world gather for this seven-day event, which includes cowboy action shooting competitions and mounted shooting events.
More than 2,400 horses from around the world compete in Arizona’s premier Arabian horse show, where visitors can also take barn tours, attend seminars and shop at more than 300 vendor booths.
A day at the races isn’t just a good time; on March 2, it’s also a huge help to Mesa’s Child Crisis Center.
Several Mesa residents hit the road to ring in the new year. But they weren’t looking to take part in normal New Year’s festivities like watching television as a glass ball descended a pole in Times Square, watching fireworks or clinking champagne glasses.
Christmas is a time for keeping long-standing family traditions. The Zoppé Family has been keeping theirs for almost 200 years.
An East Valley holiday tradition, this Italian family circus brings its one-ring show to Chandler, where you’ll see acrobats, equestrians, canines and clowns put on a show suited for all ages.
Looking to occupy kids on winter break or relatives sticking around through New Year’s? The Arizona National Livestock Show, the largest of its kind in the Southwest, according to organizers, and an annual Phoenix tradition since 1948, takes place Dec. 27-31 at the Arizona State Fairgrounds.