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The Sonoran Desert Chorale and Sonoran Brass Quintet perform John Rutter’s “Gloria,” Eric Whitacre’s “Lux Aurumque” and Jeffrey Van’s “Child of Peace” along with popular Christmas tunes like “Ding, Dong Merrily on High” and “Sing We Now Of Christmas.” There’s also an audience sing-along.
Alice Cooper’s 13th annual Christmas Pudding is going heavy on the metal — and will be sealed with a KISS.
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Browse and shop from an assortment of 100 framed quirky photos of everyday life, ranging from a print of the shipwreck “Alice” to early 20th-century snapshots of a vaudeville magician, backyard weightlifter and capsizing canoeist.
Singer Eddie Money is pretty much everything you’ve read about him — funny, gregarious, candid and still a wild man at heart.
The Higley Center for the Performing Arts has a slate of holiday performances set up for December, highlighted by a show this Friday by a Grammy-award winning group.
The Chandler Fire Department will offer rides on a fire truck in exchange for presents to donate to local children during its annual Holiday Toy Drive at Chandler Fashion Center on Dec. 14.
Students at Marcos de Niza High School in Tempe are collecting items to donate to Goodwill of Central Arizona on Dec. 14.
Mesa Community College choral groups, along with vocalists from Tempe’s Sun Valley Community Church, perform a variety of Christmas music highlighted by John Leavitt’s “What Child is This.”
Ib Andersen’s Ballet Arizona dances the story of Clara and her magical Prince against the backdrop of Tchaikovsky’s iconic score.
There are a plethora of holiday performances to choose from this time of year, and one we’re marking on our calendar is “Celebration” at Mesa Arts Center.
If you’ve ever tried to recreate the near-perfect look of Martha Stewart’s Christmas decorations, you know how frustrating it can be. Thanks to the Christmas Idea House in Gilbert, you don’t have to re-create anything. It’s already all there.
Valley Youth Theatre’s annual Christmas production is in its 18th year and features the beloved cast of A.A. Milne’s classic children’s story. Attendees are encouraged to bring a new, unwrapped stuffed animal for Operation Noah, a local non-profit providing cuddly friends to children entering the hospital.
The Grammy Award winner and daughter of the late Nat King Cole performs selections from the American Songbook. Proceeds from the concert benefit the Scottsdale Cultural Council.
Get warmed up for the season at “America’s Sweetest Race,” benefitting Ronald McDonald House Charities. The race is the culmination of a three-day Hot Chocolate Expo at the Pavilions at Talking Stick, where participants can pick up their race packet, bib, and goodie bag while enjoying music, hot chocolate samples, and a bounce house as a part of the Kids Zone. After the race, runners will be treated to a finisher’s mug full of hot chocolate and chocolate fondue with dippables.
The popular rock band known for hits “What About Now,” “Home” and “Waiting for Superman” perform in Chandler. Jared and the Mill open the concert.
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.
St. Anne Roman Catholic Parish in Gilbert will have three screenings of a documentary in recognition of feast day for Our Lady of Guadalupe.
Scene from Ballet Arizona's 'The Nutcracker'
Rita Coolidge has charted hits in almost every genre and won just about every music accolade possible, including two Grammy Awards.
Beginning next year, several students at Coronado Elementary School will take their first steps toward learning the most widely spoken language in the world while learning more about the origin country’s culture.
If you’ve never gotten to know Tucson’s equivalent of walkable, shop-and-restaurant-filled places like Mill Avenue and Downtown Chandler, this cross between a fine arts festival and a carnival, held in the Old Pueblo’s eclectic Fourth Avenue district, is a great place to start.
You’ll find more than 400 artist booths (unique Christmas gifts, anyone?), 35-plus food vendors, two stages of continuous live entertainment, a hands-on art pavilion for kids, and sidewalk performers.
DETAILS >> 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Dec. 13-15 on Fourth Avenue between Ninth Street and University Boulevard, Tucson. Free admission. (520) 624-5004 or FourthAvenue.org.
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 >>]
Pictures with Santa have long been a holiday must-have. Mix up the tradition this year by taking pictures with The Grinch.