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03/06/17

Age doesn't matter. Enrichment begins with a SNAP! Bring your beginner to advanced skills--or just give it a try-- in voice-piano-strings-woodwind and other forms of music, tango-ballroom-belly-zumba dance, theater, teen film workshops and more.  All takes place near Camelback Rd/Granite Reef Road.  Drop in and be amazed at the richness of the arts opportunities for all ages. Their annual fundraiser is this weekend. Check out their website at www.yoursnap.org   As public schools reduce or eliminate their Art offerings we need to support these volunteer teams and their programs.   

So, go SNAP on Sunday, please.

 

OTHER EVENTS IN MARCH

  • Final Days for the Native Trails March 23, 25 and 30th from noon to 1 pm in the Civic Center grassy amphitheater are the last free performances of the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation songs, dances and stories that highlight Native American culture. Bring your blanket.

 

  • Scottsdale Arts Festival Friday-Saturday-Sunday in Civic Center includes food, music and art vendors. Of the 175 artists 11 are from Arizona and one is from Scottsdale according to their brochure.  $10 adult $5 children. Ride the free trolley from outlying garages.

The US Supreme Court history, judicial politics and the decision effects on  public opinion and more by guest speaker. Civic Center Library 6:30 to 7:30 pm on 14 March, Tuesday. 3839 N Drinkwater Blvd.     FREE

Museum of the West  Wednesday 8th from 1 to 2 pm "A Cowgirl's Legacy"; Saturday 11th from 11am to noon "The American West in film and TV--Weird West";  Tuesday 14th from 11 am to noon "Taos Tuesdays-John Sloan and the Promotion of Native American Art" ; Wednesday 15th "On the Wrong Side of Allen Street-Businesswoman in Tombstone 1879-1884"  Located south of Main Street one block on Marshall Way. $13 adults  $11 seniors and active military  $8 students  Free to museum members. FREE Thurs 5 to 9 pm for Scottsdale residents with ID.


NEW LAND CASES:
SE corner of 69th St/Main Street and east of the NE corner of 69th/1st Avenue . Plans for new 10 lot Townhomes and 42 Condos in a 4 story building on 1.93 acre lot in Downtown. Case 6-PP-2017 and case 8-DR-2017
10200 N. Scottsdale Rd  new Circle K convenience store and gas station Case 10-DR-2017
11000 N. 115th St. new storage facility on 6.82 acres Case 9-DR-2017
7121 Wilshire Drive  new 5 unit townhomes on 0.36 acre site Case 11-DR-2017
4829 N 68th Place request front yard variance from required 35 ft setback to 21 ft on west side of home Case 2-BA-2017
5th Avenue Plaza  request to amend Master Sign Program to modify standard for all tenant building wall signs
118th & Jomax  request to abandon 110 ft of right-of-way along 120th St alignment between Jomax and Redbird and 20 ft of R-O-W along north side of Jomax. Case 2-AB-2017
7518 E. Mariposa Dr  Approved-remove and rebuild balcony Case 4-HP-2017
10225 and 27 N. Scottsdale Rd/The Plaza  new 2-story restaurant requested Case 7-DR-2017

 

 

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