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DENVER — A trip to Aspen during peak ski season is going to set you back some cash. But even those who can afford the posh Colorado mountain town will enjoy checking out what's free, from high-altitude adventures to creature comforts.
Mesa Old West Days haven’t gone extinct, they’ve adapted. The annual affair is now called Mesa Old West Fest, and it’s set for Dec. 7.
With the holidays getting into full swing, life for most of us is getting hectic. Between all the big meals, the parties, the kids needing treats for their classes, never mind our day jobs...! Who has time for it all?
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More than one thousand luminarias brighten up the stone walls and dwellings of these ruins, a maze-like 800-year-old Salado village. The evening includes holiday music, Native American storytellers and dancers, a visit from Santa Claus and a bonfire. Vendors, like Navajo jewelry maker Maryann Yazzie of Mesa, will sell gifts, and you’ll get hot chocolate, hot apple cider, hot tea, coffee and cookies on the house.
DETAILS >> 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 22. Besh-Ba-Gowah Archeological Park, 1324 S. Jesse Hayes Road, Globe. Free admission. (928) 425-0320 or GlobeAZ.gov/visitors/besh-ba-gowah. [More on next slide >>]
More than 35 merchants compete to make the best chocolate at this 20th annual event, where visitors meander Historic Old Town, wandering in and out of shops and collecting homemade treats in souvenir bags. Old Town Beer Company even offers chocolate beer. Carolers, twinkly lights and an interactive light and music show (with nearby bleachers, so you can relax while you watch) add holiday cheer to the affair.
DETAILS >> 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7. At 827 N. Main St., Cottonwood. $25, includes a map, treat bag and chocolate at each stop. (928) 649-3038 OldTown.org/chocolate_walk.html. [More on next slide >>]
In a major victory for citizens, Attorney General Tom Horne has sharply constrained the right of public agencies to charge for access to public records.
This undated image provided by Promo Communications shows a concert from last season's Bud Light Hi-Fi Concert Series, which brings nationally known musicians to Aspen, Colo., for free outdoor concerts that are open to the public. There’s roughly one every month. They are among a number of free things to see and do around Aspen during ski season. (AP Photo/Promo Communications)
Hamilton coach Kevin Hartwig wasn’t sure what this year’s boys basketball team's identity needed to be.
Enjoy a driving tour of the East Valley aboard a double-decker London Bus while sipping hot chocolate and listening to Christmas music. The tour starts at Tempe Marketplace and proceeds to three or four large neighborhood light displays around the East Valley. The bus stops for 20 minutes at each location, allowing everyone to get out, stretch their legs and refill their hot chocolate. There will be one bathroom stop made during the 2.5 hour tour. Guests are welcome to bring outside food and beverages.
Nearly a year ago, I hosted the first Downtown Development Summit at the Mesa Arts Center. We invited developers and financiers from Arizona and around the country to come see what downtown Mesa had to offer. We highlighted development opportunities and showcased available properties through downtown and along the light rail corridor.
This community festival includes the lighting of what some call Arizona’s most unique Christmas tree, made of up to 2,000 tumbleweeds painted and doused in glitter, plus a parade and lots of local, live entertainment.
Here is a look at parking and traffic restrictions for the Parade of Lights and annual Tumbleweed Tree Lighting events in Chandler on Saturday (Dec. 7).
Take in the beauty of the Sonoran Desert as you wander along the paths of the Desert Botanical Garden amid 8,000 hand lit luminaria bags, thousands of white twinkle lights and vibrant works of art. Live music, Dickens Carolers and food and beverage options compliment the experience.
RICHMOND, Va. — Gone are the days when only a bottle of wine — or maybe a bottle of the hard stuff — would suffice as a gift to bring your holiday party host.
Trains and holiday traditions go together for several in the East Valley and across the Phoenix metro area.
It’s beginning to look like an Arizona Christmas in downtown Chandler.
Thanksgiving hadn’t even come! But still, nearly a week ago, I could already say that I had lost my membership in the Holiday Kindness to Others Club.
Get in the Christmas spirit amid the glittering lights of the Mill Avenue District as the 19th annual parade celebrates “Santa’s Workshop.”
The Fantasy of Lights Parade in Tempe, Friday, Nov. 29, 2013. [Tim Hacker/Tribune]