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Weekend events for July 26-28

Photo: Ice Fantasy Where Cirque Meets Ice at the Mesa Arts Center. Art  and Ice in Mesa Hack the MAC (Fri. July 26). 5-9 pm. Free. See a live demonstration by tattoo artist Shay Bredimus, explore his current exhibit “Cartomancy – The Seni Horoscopes” based on the 17th century German fortune telling card system, have a…

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Weekend events for July 19-21

 Celebrate the moon landing Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Celebration (Sat July 20). 10 am-5 pm. Included with admission. Fun-filled day for the whole family with hands-on space and moon-themed activities. Arizona Science Center, 600 E. Washington St., Phoenix. azscience.org Space Day at Chase Field (Sat July 20). Game starts 5:10 pm. First 20,000 fans get…

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Israeli holiday events this May

Groups around the state are planning events to observe two Israeli holidays this month. Yom Hazikaron (Iyar 4/May 8, 2019) is Israel’s day of remembrance for the men and women, boys and girls who lost their lives to war or terrorism. Yom Ha’atzmaut (Iyar 5/May 9, 2019) is the national independence day of Israel. It…

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Weekend events for April 5-7

Photo: OdySea Aquarium is hosting a special event for families impacted by autism.   Free jazz in Chandler Chandler Jazz Festival (Fri-Sat April 5-6). Performances start at 5 pm. Free. Jazz performances. Galleries, restaurants and shops open during festival. Dr. AJ Chandler Park, 178 E. Commonwealth Ave., Chandler. chandleaz.gov.   Special event at OdySea Autism…

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Weekend events for March 15-17

  St. Patty’s Day festivities St. Patrick’s Day Parade & Faire (Sat March 16). 10am parade; Faire immediately following parade. Parade is free; Faire is $10-$12, ages 12 & under free. Step dancers and Irish bands, arts & crafts vendors, inflatable rides, face painting, petting zoo and more. Parade travels south from 3rd St &…

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Purim events

The festival of Purim commemorates the salvation of the Jewish people in ancient Persia from Haman’s plot “to destroy, kill and annihilate all the Jews, young and old, infants and women, in a single day.” It is celebrated with Megillah readings, gifts of food, charity, feasting and merriment. Purim begins at sundown on March 20…

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