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Grand Tour of the Solar System
Planetarium Presentation 
October 1, 2015
AZ Science Center

SAAS Ping Pong Tournament 
October 1, 2015
One 11 Tower

Downtown Sundown
October 1, 2015
Phoenix Public Market 

Happier Hour Comedy Showcase
October 1, 2015

Food Truck Friday
October 2, 2015
Public Market 

First Fridays 
October 2, 2015
6:00pm, FREE
Phoenix Art Museum 

Date Night
October 3, 2015
Scottsdale Stadium 

30th Anniversary of the Phoenix
Arts and Culture Commission

October 3, 2015
Herberger Theater Center 

Tribute to the Brave
The Phoenix Symphony 
October 4, 2015
Symphony Hall 

National College Fair
October 5, 2015
Phoenix Convention Center

Meet me Downtown Phoenix
October 5, 2015
The Corner

Pop Up Park
October 6, 2015
Arizona Center 

Mystery Movie Night
October 6, 2015
Lawn Gnome Publishing 

Little Bunny's Halloween 
October 7, 2015
Great Arizona Puppet Theater 

October 8, 2015
Downtown Scottsdale 

Bar Flies - A Monthly
Reading Series

October 8, 2015
Crescent Ballroom

Hey It's 80's Night
October 8, 2015
Crescent Ballroom 

1st Annual Pink Ribbon Cruise In 
October 10, 2015
Paz Cantina 

Anam Cara Gala
October 10, 2015
Irish Cultural Center 

Race for the Cure
October 11, 2015
Cesar Chavez Plaza 

Three Classic Fairy Tales
Disney Live!
October 11, 2015
Talking Stick Resort Arena 

Arts & Flowers 2015
October 16, 2015
Phoenix Art Museum 

Halloween at Hogwarts
The Phoenix Symphony
October 16, 2015
Ortheum Theatre 

Chris Hardwick 
October 23, 2015
Opheum Theatre 

The Sound of Speed 2
The Phoenix Symphony 
October 24, 2015
Symphony Hall 

AIDS Walk & 5k Run 
October 25, 2015


farmers market

ASU in Tempe
Every Other Tuesday
Caddy Mall North of Lemon St.

Fridays 9am-1pm
1 Sundial Circle

Wednesdays 1:30-7pm
Gilbert Town Square
1040 South Gilbert Rd.

Saturdays 9am-1pm
Goodyear Community Park
3151 N. Litchfield Rd.

Sundays 9am-1:30pm
300 East Wigwam Blvd

Fridays 9am-1pm
263 N. Center St.

PHOENIX - Roadrunner Park
Saturdays 8am-1pm
3502 E Cactus Rd
(between Freeway 51 & 36th St)

Saturdays 8am-1pm
3806 N Brown Ave


things to do

The Phoenix Ale Brewery
AMF Christown Lanes
Big Surf Waterpark
Golfland Sunsplash
Castles N' Coasters
Cave Creek Regional Park 
Estrella Mountain Regional Park
Wildlife World Zoo
Desert Botanical Garden
Lake Pleasant Regional Park
Tempe Center for the Arts
Phoenix Zoo
Heard Museum 
Comerica Theatre
Taliesin West
Scottsdale Fashion Square 
Mesa Arts Center
Chandler Center for the Arts 
McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park
White Tank Mountain Regional Park 
Grand Canyon
Hole in the Rock 
Arizona Museum of Natural History
Papago Park 
Arizona Science Center 
Pueblo Grande Ruins
ASU Art Museum 
Hall of Flame Fire Museum 
The 500 Club Golf Course



October 2, 2015
London Has Fallen 
The Martian

October 9, 2015
Steve Jobs
Knock Knock 
The Walk

October 16, 2015
Bridges of Spies 
Crimson Peak 

October 23, 2015
Jem and the Holograms 
Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension 
Rock the Kasbah
The Last Witch Hunter

October 30, 2015
Scout's Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse 
Carter High 


going green

Autumn Yard Work Without the Pollution

Each fall, leaves turn from a summery, fresh green to autumnal, rich reds and yellows. As homeowners tackle the job of raking leaves, clearing gardens, and cleaning yard debris, they create a lot of noise and pollution. In fact, one gas-powered leaf blower can emit as much pollution as 80 cars! Here are some tips for a quieter, cleaner way to maintain the yard:

Choose hand-powered or electric tools over gas:

  • Leaf blowers: Rakes are effective, and cheaper than using a leaf blower. Plus, you get a chance to burn some extra calories! If you need a power tool for a hard to reach spot (like your roof, or in between shrubbery), try an electric leaf blower rather than a gasoline-powered one. Electric leaf blowers are usually quieter, more energy-efficient, and get the job done just as well as their high-powered counterparts.
  • Garden trimmers: As an alternative to more energy-intensive trimmers, you can also try electric trimmers. Or, if you want to be a retro gardener, use manual shears to trim back evasive bushes and carefully prune your favorite tree.
  • Lawn mowers: Many yards are small enough that a hand-powered lawn mower does the job. Hand-powered lawn mowers are very quiet, replacing the roar of a power motor with the quiet whir of the lower-tech model. If you have a larger yard or one that requires heavier maintenance, research electric lawn mowers which make less noise and have a lower environmental impact. 

Hire neighborhood kids to help:

If you don’t have the time or energy to clean up your yard after a long work week, support the local economy by hiring kids in the neighborhood to help you with your yard work. Not only is it affordable, but it’s also more ecological!

Compost as much as possible:

Instead of putting your leaves, branches, and weeds into plastic bags only to be picked up by trash collectors, consider turning this lawn “waste” into nutrient-rich soil ready for your spring garden! Collecting compost is quite easy and can save money on soil and fertilizer when it comes time to start your garden after the cold season.

Almost everything in your yard is compostable (grass and plant clippings, leaves, dead or brown weeds), except for weeds that have seeds or pernicious weeds (i.e. ivy) that can withstand composting. Mix in some of your kitchen waste as well – fruit and vegetable peels, teabags, and coffee grinds – to increase your yield.



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