Happening This Week, September 12-18, 2011

An important part of our mission is to keep you informed about what’s happening in Scottsdale. There are so many interesting and fun things going on that it is hard for all of them to get publicized adequately. We’ll give you a list and try to pick out some favorites. If you know of something not on the list, send it to us and we’ll update the list. if you know of something coming up in the future, we’ll be happy to put it on the list for future notification. Thanks in advance!

Here’s this week:

September 12-18 | Arizona Food Tours, A Taste of Old Scottsdale, LLC
Times: Monday-Saturday: 11:00am Sunday: Noon

Walking food and cultural tour activity that opens your mind and palette with tales full of rich history- one taste at a time. Join us to sample great food and sip fine wine on the tour rated #1 on Tripadvisor. Phone: (800) 979-3370 Admission: $45 per ticket

September 12 | ASU @ The Center – Speak of the Devil(s): The Music of ASU’s Roshanne Etezady
Scottsdale – Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts

Part of a series of performances by Arizona State University’s School of Music students and faculty, 480-994-2787.

September 13 | City Council meetings at the City Hall Kiva, 3939 N Drinkwater Blvd.

Board and Commission interviews and appointments start at 4, regular council meeting starts at 5. Items on the agenda include sale of city property east of Sky Song and changes to rules governing city boards and commissions. Watch it on Cox Channel 11 or stream it  to your computer.

September 16 through September 18 | Shrine Circus, WestWorld

Come one, come all to the “Sparkling Jewel Among Circuses of the World!’ ride the elephants, have your face painted, and play on bounce-a-lots, 480-946-3696

September 17 through September 18 | American Saddlebred Association of Arizona 2009 All Breed Horse Show – WestWorld

September 19 | ASU @ The Center – Picturing Rachmaninoff: Music, Poetry and Painting in Concert
Scottsdale – Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts

Part of a series of performances by Arizona State University’s School of Music students and faculty, 480-994-2787

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