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September 2008 Arizona Events Calendar

This calendar of events for Arizona communities has been produced to assist you in making travel arrangements. It is for information only and does not constitute a recommendation.

Dates for September 2008 Arizona events were correct at time of publication. Since dates are occasionally changed, please confirm them in advance. Updates, additions and corrections to any Arizona events are made at

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September 15-30, 2008

17            PHOENIX: 2008 Specialty Dinner Series – The Phoenician, pairs multi-course menus with some of the world’s top vineyards and distilleries, also meet and ask questions of the expert, this month Kathryn Hall, Proprietor, 480-423-2530
17            PHOENIX: Tania Libertad – Special Event Concert – Orpheum Theatre, one of the most important singers in World Music today, 7:30 pm, $25-45, 602-495-1999 or
17            TUCSON: Primavera Cooks! – a series of Apprentice chef and gourmet dinning events, community members, under the tutelage of some of Tucson’s finest chefs, create and prepare an elaborate wine-paired dinner to guests, in the kitchens and dining rooms of participating restaurants, this week’s venue is Jonathan’s Tucson Cork, $125, 520-623-5111 ext. 101 or
17-10/5   TUCSON: Dixie’s Tupperware Party – Invisible Theatre, Dixie Longate throws an ol’ fashioned Tupperware Party filled with outrageous tales, free giveaways and the most fabulous assortment of Tupperware ever sold on an Arizona stage, 520-882-9721 or
18            FLAGSTAFF: Sibelius Violin Concerto – Ardrey Auditorium, with Steven Moeckel, 59th Season Opener, 7:30 pm,
18-21       DUNCAN: Greenlee County Fair - Fairgrounds, carnival, rides, live stock auction, Mule Days, ranch rodeo, parade, $2, 8 am, 928-359-2032 or 
18-21       GLOBE: 39th Annual Gila County Fair - Gila County Fairgrounds, 4-H activities, hobbies, crafts, entertainment, games, carnival, livestock auction, $2, 9 am - 10 pm, 928-425-9549 or or 
18-21       PEORIA: Arizona Film & Television Festival – Harkins Theater, individual films $10 per film or passes $35-175, VIP pass includes mixers and workshops, premiere & closing film and all parties, $150-225, 623-363-1543 or
18-21       PRESCOTT VALLEY: 34th Annual Yavapai County Fair - Yavapai County Fairgrounds, exhibits, carnival, pig racing, entertainment, food, $4-6, 928-775-8009 or or 
19            CHANDLER: Meadowlark – Chandler Center for the Arts, 7:30 pm, free,
19            LAKE HAVASU CITY: Test & Tune – Havasu Speedway, free, 6-9 pm, 928-716-6634 or
19-20       LAKE HAVASU CITY: Howard Boat Regatta – London Bridge Resorts, 928-680-0265 or or
19-20       PHOENIX: Natalie MacMaster in Concert – Symphony Hall, Michael Christie conducts with special guest, on Celtic fiddle, 8 & 2:30 pm, $26-76, 602-495-1999 or
19-20       SIERRA VISTA: 20th Annual Elks Oktoberfest – Elks Lodge, authentic German food and music, games for kids, dancing, 4-10 pm, free, 520-458-2065 or
19-21       SCOTTSDALE: Shrine Circus – WestWorld, 480-946-7295 or 602-469-0771 or
19-21       SIERRA VISTA: 24th Annual Sierra Vista Open - Pueblo del Sol Country Club, annual golfing event with up to 80 professional golfers from all around the country competing with up to 100 amateur golfers, 520-458-1542 or
20            AVONDALE: 3rd Annual Worldfest – Phoenix International Raceway, 5K Run/Walk, 1 mile fun run/walk,
20            BISBEE: 4th Annual Bisbee Blues Festival – live blues from a variety of bands, 11 am – 7 pm, $12-15, 520-432-3554 or 866-2BISBEE or
20            CHLORIDE: 5th Annual Antique Truck Show –Yesterdays Restaurant, open to trucks 25 years old or older, free, 10 am – 4 pm, sponsored by the Northern Arizona Chapter of the ATHS,928-565-3049 or
20            CORDES JUNCTION: Different Skies – Arcosanti, an evening of original electronic and experimental space music written by participants from around the world, 5 pm, 928-632-6217 or
20            DOLAN SPRINGS: Dolan Springs Day – this year, Lake Mohave Rancho/Dolan Springs will celebrate their 50th anniversary, activities include a parade, vendors, music, raffles and food, 928-767-3175 or 928-767-3833 or
20            GILBERT: Harvest Boutique – Trilogy Power Ranch (Sierra Ballroom), 4369 E. Village Parkway, Gilbert, AZ 85298. Proceeds benefit the programs at the House of Refuge. Bring your family and friends. One-of-a-kind items including doll clothes and accessories, hand-made aprons, sleep over bags, table runners, glass case covers, purses, potpourri bags, Hosted by: Creative Designers. Call Mary Ann for questions and directions, 10am-2pm, 480-634-4633 or
20            ORO VALLEY: Oro Valley BBQ, Blues and Classic Car Show – Steam Pump Village, family festival features up to 200 of the best classic and antique cars and trucks in Arizona, live music and BBQ, capped off with a blues concert, a “poker walk” to benefit the arts, 10 am – 7 pm, $5, 10 and under free, 520-326-3200 or
20            PAGE: Corn Festival – Navajo Village Heritage Center, celebrates the Native American connection and dependency on corn as a food, ceremonial resource and its impact on art, 928-645-9496 or
20            PHOENIX: Concert Under the Stars - Steele Indian School Park, bring blankets & lawn chairs, featuring The Western Electric Band, country and light rock, free, 8 pm, 602-495-0739 or
20            PHOENIX: Celtic Fiddlin’ – Symphony Hall, Michael Christie conducts, featuring Natalie MacMaster on Celtic fiddle, Celtic & folk music, and step-dancing,  for kids of all ages, 2:30 pm, $10-18, 602-495-1999 or
20            SIERRA VISTA: Guided Tour of Buffalo Soldier Historical Sites – Fort Huachuca Museum, learn about the accomplishments and history of Fort Huachuca’s Buffalo Soldiers from members of the Southwest Association of Buffalo Soldiers, noon, free, 520-417-6960
20            SIERRA VISTA: 4th Annual Fiddle Contest – Veterans’ Memorial Park, fiddlers in various age groups, in additional to the musical performances and competition, there will be food and raffle drawings, featuring the “Break Your Fiddle” competition and a solar-powered sound system, 10 am – 4 pm, free, 520-417-6960 or
20            TEMPE: Golfin’ in the Desert – ASU Karsten Golf Course, (1125 E. Rio Salado Parkway, 85281) shotgun scramble at 7:30 am, to raise scholarship funds for Title 1 students to participate in the Desert Botanical Garden’s Sonoran Desert Adventure Field Trip Program, $125 include cart, range balls, greens’ fees, two raffle tickets, gourmet lunch, goody bag,
20-21       FLAGSTAFF: 11th Annual Flagstaff Open Studios-Free Art Tour – featuring more than 60 studios to visit, the self-guided studio tour spotlights a variety of art media, the chance to meet the local art stars and divas and discover emerging talent including painters, sculptors, ceramicists, iron-forgers, glass blowers, jewelers, photographers, stained glass, weavers and hands-on art projects for children, 10 am - 5 pm, 928-779-2300 or
20-21       PAYSON: Payson Stampede - Rodeo Grounds, 24 hours on the mountain bike, individuals and teams of 2, 4 or 6 will ride 8 mile loops through the forest surrounding Payson, winner is individual or team that has ridden the most miles in 24 hours,
20-21       SCOTTSDALE: Equistar Horse Show - WestWorld, or
20-21       TUCSON: SAQHA/SAILA Fall Circuit Horse Show - Pima County Fairgrounds, Quarter Horse show, free, 8 am - 6 pm, 520-792-1060 or
20-21       WILLCOX: 14th Annual Cider Sip’n Celebration & Country Craft Fair - Apple Annie's Orchard, u-pick tree ripened apples, cider & cider-based products, all-you-can eat pancake  breakfast, pies, jams, jellies, free samples, crafts, free, 7:30 am - 5:30 pm, 520-384-2084 or  
20-26       PHOENIX: Arizona Restaurant Week – enjoy a prix-fixe meal for $29 (excluding beverages, tax and gratuity) at a number of participating high-end Valley restaurants, an estimated 100 restaurants including some of Scottsdale’s finest will be highlighted,
20-10/12 MT. LEMMON SKI VALLEY: Oktoberfest on Mt. Lemmon - German bands & dancers, German food & beer, free, $3 parking, Sat-Sun, 520-576-1400 or 
20-2/1     SCOTTSDALE: Radical Lace and Subversive Knitting – Scottsdale Museum for Contemporary Art, looks at the unorthodox ways twenty-seven contemporary artists from around the globe transform the age-old crafts of knitting and lace making, demonstrates how radical reformers have overthrown the status quo, experiments with forms and techniques in novel and surprising ways,
21            MARANA: 11th Annual Diamond Ventures El Tour 10K & 5K Walk/Run - through Tucson Mountain Preserve, by Perimeter Bicycling Association of America, 520-745-2033 or 800-568-1372 or 
21            PHOENIX: HAPA – Orpheum Theatre, Pan-Polynesian music, contemporary Hawaiian music group, 2 pm, $15-25, 602-495-1999 or
21            TEMPE: 4th Annual Race Judicata – Kiwanis Park, 5K run, 1 mile fun run/walk, 6 am, benefits Maricopa County Bar Association Young Lawyers Division and survivors of domestic violence,
21            TEMPE: Nathan’s Triathlon – Tempe Town Beach Park, Olympic distance triathlon with swim 1500 meters, bike 24.9 miles and run 6.2 miles, Nathans sprint distance triathlon with 750 meters swim, bike 12 miles and run 3.1 miles,  6:30 am, 480-226-4729 or
23-28       SEDONA: 27th Annual Jazz on the Rocks Concert & Festival – Poco Diablo Radisson Resort, internationally known jazz festival, with headliners, the whole area swings with restaurants, clubs and resorts featuring local groups and concert artists perform or join in jam sessions, $40-200, 928-282-1985 or 
25            PHOENIX: Roosevelt Historic District TourFest - walking tour of architecturally unique historic homes in the Valley's first residential neighborhood, also arts & crafts, food & antique booths, 11 am - 9 pm, free for event, $15 for tours, 602-799-7720 or 
25-27       GLENDALE: 2008 AVP Crocs Pro Beach Volleyball Finals – Westgate City Center, as part of the 25th anniversary, with the best men's and women's pro beach volleyball players in the U.S. playing for the “Best of the Beach” title, 800-919-6272 or
25-28       DOUGLAS: 83rd Annual Cochise County Fair - County Fairgrounds, carnival rides, collegiate rodeo, 4-H demonstrations, livestock auction, live entertainment, exhibits, $3-6, 520-364-3819 or 888-364-5500 or or 
26            GLOBE: Hamburger Fry – Gila County Historical Museum, 928-425-7385 or
26            PHOENIX: 4th Annual Corks & Cactus (A Wine Festival) – Desert Botanical Garden, sample more than 80 boutique wines from eight regions around the world paired with hors d-oeuvres and desserts, live music and talk with the representatives from different wineries, 6:30 pm, $75, must be 21 years or older, reservations required, 480-941-1225 or
26            PINETOP-LAKESIDE: Lions Club Annual Quilt & Antique Show – Blue Ridge Schools,
26            PRESCOTT: 4th Friday Art Walk Weekend - 15 galleries stay open late and offer food, musical entertainment, artist receptions and painting demonstrations,
26            TEMPE: Astronomy Open House - roof of the Bateman Physical Sciences Bldg. H Wing, free, 8-10 pm, 480-727-7010 or
26            TUCSON: Test and Tune - Southwestern International Raceway, 4 pm, 520-762-9700 or
26-27       LAKE HAVASU CITY: Advantage Boat Regatta - Nautical Inn, 928-680-0265 or or
26-27       SAFFORD: Annual SalsaFest – Safford Town Square, a celebration of everything Salsa including an opportunity to win prizes and bragging rights in the Salsa Challenge, also live entertainment, food, salsa making contests, Festival Marketplace, Salsa music and dancing, food demonstrations, chili roasting, kids area, and Jalapeno & Salsa eating competitions, kids’ corner with piñata bust, 10 am – 6 pm, $4 for entry to the Salsa Tent, 928-428-2511 or 888-837-1841 or
26-27       WINSLOW: 10th Annual "Standin' on the Corner" Park  Festival - headliner Hotel California, A Salute to the Eagles concert, arts & crafts, food, live bands, Just Cruisin' Car Show, free, 
26-27       WINSLOW: The High Desert Piecemakers Quilt Show – Snowdrift, features high quality quilts my more than 20 Winslow artisans,
26-28       PHOENIX: 4th Annual Wild Western Festival – Pioneer Village, six stages of Wild West performers, variety acts and stunt performers, movie stars, cowboy singers and musicians, trading post encampment, Dutch-oven cook-off, kids korral, western dance, $10, 9 am – 6 pm,
26-28       PHOENIX: 15th Annual Maricopa County Home & Landscape Show - State Fairgrounds, displays, free consultations, playhouse auction, interior design and remodeling clinics, outdoor kitchen ideas, pool & spa displays, “Ask the Experts” information area, landscape designers, master gardener seminars, $3-5, Fri-Sat 9 am - 7 pm, Sun 9 am - 6 pm, 
26-28       PHOENIX: 14th Annual International Gem & Jewelry Show - Civic Plaza, Hall C, exhibits, lectures, dealers, demos, prizes, $6 under 16 free, Fri noon - 6 pm, Sat 10 am - 6 pm, Sun 11 am - 5 pm, 301-294-1640 or 
26-28       PINETOP/LAKESIDE: 33rd Annual Fall Festival – Mountain Meadow Recreation Complex, area's largest outdoor arts & crafts show, quilt & antique shows, parade, 10K race, White Mountain Chorale musical performance, special entertainment, food, $2, Sat 9 am - 5 pm, Sun 10 am - 4 pm, 928-367-4290 or 800-573-4031 or 
26-28       PINETOP-LAKESIDE: 25th Annual Run to the Pines Car Show - Country Club, Southwest's largest free to the public open class pre1973 car show, 500 vehicles expected, 50's dance, poker run, game, free, 8 am - 5 pm, 928-368-5325 or 928-524-6407 or 
26-28       SIERRA VISTA: Fun Festival - Veterans Memorial Park, large carnival, food, games, live music, trail & pony rides, craft vendors, 520-533-3354 or or
26-10/5   FLAGSTAFF: Flagstaff Festival of Science – a 10-day family event featuring more than 60 activities for all ages from guided hikes and archaeological digs to hands-on exhibits,
27            CAMP VERDE: Montezuma Castle 10K & 2 Mile Run - Community Center, 10K run down Camp Verde's Historic Pecan Lane, $12-14, 8 am - noon, 928-567-0535 ext. 135 or 
27            CHANDLER: America's Walk for Diabetes – Rawhide, 2.5 or 5 mile route, walk is stroller & child-friendly, entertainment, refreshments, goodie bags, 8 am, 602-861-4731 ext. 7093 or 888-DIABETES ext. 7093 or
27            CHANDLER: Tom Chapin – Chandler Center for the Arts, Tom’s concerts span generations and stereotypes, he has gained widespread critical and popular acclaim for his recordings aimed at children and their families, $7-15, 4 pm,
27            COTTONWOOD: “Paint Out” – Dead Horse Ranch State Park, Arizona State Parks, Arizona Plein Air Painters and Tucson Plein Air Painters’ Society host paint outs throughout the state in the State Parks, free to participating artists, 602-542-7119 or
27            COTTONWOOD: 20th Annual Verde River Day - Dead Horse Ranch State Park, to develop the awareness of the importance of the Verde River, rides, gold panning, climbing wall, vintage trailer show, sand castle building, food, live entertainment, canoe rides, fish the lagoon no license needed and poles, bait and tackle provided, exhibits, nature walks, exhibitors, part of the 50th Anniversary of State Parks, free, 9 am - 4 pm, 928-634-7593 or 928-634-5283 or 
27            COTTONWOOD: 20th Annual Verde River Show & Glow Car Show - Riverfront Park, 928-634-7593 or
27            FLAGSTAFF: 3rd Annual Flagstaff Marathon – The “Coolest Marathon” in Arizona - Flagstaff Nordic Center, 10K, half and full-marathon trail runs to benefit North Country Community Health Center, scenic, one of the most scenic and difficult marathons in the Southwest, difficult, off-road trails, $35-75, 8 am, 928-220-0550 or
27            FLAGSTAFF: Science in the Park – Wheeler Park, hands-on science education activities for all ages including telescopes, microscopes, and magnifiers, interactive displays, experiments, crafts and atlatl-throwing demonstrations, free, 10 am – 2 pm,
27            GILBERT: So Long to Summerfest – Freestone Park Softball Complex, celebrate the end of summer with two live bands, a choreographed grand finale fireworks show, midway with interactive inflatable slides and rides, face painting, climbing wall, $3, 6-10 pm, 480-503-6200 or 
27            HEREFORD: Huachuca Astronomy Club Public Star Party - Junk Bond Observatory, view through member's telescopes (large & small) or bring your own, excellent outing for families and school age children welcome, 7 pm weather permitting, 520-366-5788 or
27            KINGMAN: 37th Annual Andy Devine Days Parade - honoring Kingman and actor Andy Devine of Kingman, parade is 2 miles long, 100+ entries, free, 10 am, 928-757-7919 or 
27            MESA: Robert Wuhl “Assume the Position”– Mesa Arts Center, “Professor” Wuhl examines the facts, myths and myths-that-became-facts that have permeated American history, mixing pop culture with historical events and lighthearted observations, contains adult content, 8 pm, $35-55, 480-644-6500 or
27            PAGE: Page Elks Club Golf Tournament - Lake Powell National Golf Course, shotgun, 9 am, 928-645-2023 or
27            PEORIA: Arizona Yacht Club Opening Day Regatta – Pleasant Harbor Marina, the Arizona Yacht Club holds both fall and spring sailing race series on Lake Pleasant, totaling about 20 days per year, free to spectators, 12:30 pm, 602-257-0141 or 
27            PHOENIX: 3rd Annual Moon Valley Grasshopper Bridge 5K – St. Paul’s Church, 5K run, 5K walk, 7 am, 602-954-8341 or
27            PHOENIX: National Public Lands Day – South Mountain Park, volunteer opportunities, Kids zone, live birds, outdoor clubs & organizations, free family fun, 9 am – 2 pm,
27            PHOENIX: Santana – Cricket Wireless Pavilion, with special guest Salvador Santana Band, 8 pm,
27            PRESCOTT: Taste of Prescott – Frontier Village, sample fare from dozens of restaurants in the Prescott area, benefits the Yavapai Food Bank, noon – 5 pm, 928-771-6756
27            PRESCOTT: 4th Annual Groom Creek Community Classic – Groom Creek Fire Station, 10K run, 5K run, 2-mile fun walk, 8 am, 928-778-6519 or
27            PRESCOTT VALLEY: Sounds of Music Concert – Entertainment District, 6 pm,
27            SCOTTSDALE: AZ Reining Horse Competition - WestWorld, 480-510-5365 or
27            SIERRA VISTA: 6th Annual Dine Under the Stars – Patterson Observatory, dining entertainment with the Big Band Sound of the Desert Swing Band, dance contest, view the summer Milky Way, $50, 6 pm, 520-458-8278 ext 2129 or
27            SUPERIOR: Butterfly Walk - Boyce Thompson Arboretum, learn to identify them on this guided walk by Education Coordinator Chris Kline and Arizona State Parks volunteer naturalists, a few butterflies are netted for a short while to give kids a close up look, $3-7.50, 9:30 am, 520-689-2811 or
27            SUPERIOR: Bye-Bye Buzzards - Boyce Thompson Arboretum, farewell party celebrating the seasonal departure of the resident flock of turkey vultures, $3-7.50, 7 am - 3 pm, 520-689-2811 or 
27            TUCSON: Everyone Runs Fleet Feet TMC “Reverse the Course” – Catalina State Park, 5.5 & 11-mile trail run, 6:30 am,
27            TUCSON: 22nd Annual Sun Sounds Great Beer Fest - Hi Corbett Field, more than 200 different bees from more than 50 brewers from all over the Southwest including Tucson and other Arizona breweries also food sampling, live & silent auctions and live music, must be 21, no children, benefits Sun Sounds of Arizona, $40-90, 6-10 pm, 520-296-2400 or or
27-28       ELGIN: 26th Annual Harvesting of the Vine Festival – Village of Elgin Winery, celebrate the wine grape harvest in the heart of wine country, $15 includes lunch, souvenir wine glass, sample tasting, live music, competition and crowning of Arizona’s King and Queen of Grape Stomping, arts and crafts, Arizona Grown products available, 11 am – 4 pm, 520-455-9309 or
27-28       KINGMAN: 38th Annual Andy Devine Days PRCA Rodeo - Mohave County Fairgrounds, cowboys from all over the US compete in 8 events, $, 1 pm, 928-753-4003 or 
27-28       PAYSON: 38th Annual Vertielee Floyd Memorial Old Time Fiddlers Contest Arizona State Championship – Houston Mesa Horse Camp, best fiddling in AZ by contestants aged 6-86, cowboy poets, storytellers, food, country & bluegrass music, Irish step-dancers, 21 Fiddle Salute at high noon both days, children's music workshop, crafts, fiddle makers, leather workers, $4-8, 9 am, 928-474-5882 or or or
27-28       PRESCOTT: 5th Annual Fall Festival & Studio Tour – with artist’s demonstrations, music and dance performances, staged reading and more, also a free self-guided tour of the eclectic variety of visual and performing arts, 928-717-0628 or
27-28       SCOTTSDALE: Cactus Classic Hunter Jumper Horse Show - WestWorld, or
27-28       SCOTTSDALE: Arizona Appaloosa Association – Arizona Fall Classic & Futurity - WestWorld, 480-312-6802 or 623-214-0988 or or
27-28       WILLCOX: Fall Pumpkin Celebration - Apple Annie's Orchard, pumpkin picking, family activities, pumpkins, apples, cider, pies, pumpkin chunkin'  catapult, free, 9 am - 5:30 pm, weekends, 520-384-2084 or 
27-11/2   PHOENIX: Mariposa Monarca – Desert Botanical Gardens, stroll through the butterfly habitat and be immersed among hundreds of colorful, fluttering monarchs, 10 am – 5 pm, $3 with paid Garden admission, 480-941-1225 or
28            FLAGSTAFF: Festival of Science Public Field Day – Elden Pueblo Heritage Site, experience the science of archaeology through hands-on participation in site excavations, artifact analysis, primitive technologies and hunting games, tours at 10 am, noon and 2 pm, bring water, hat, sunscreen and sense of discovery, free, 10 am – 4 pm, 928-527-3452 or 928-527-3475 or
28            FLAGSTAFF: Festival of Science Open House - Lowell Observatory, telescope viewing of various celestial objects and access to the Historic Rotunda Library, free, 5:30 pm, 928-233-3211 or 
28            PHOENIX: Silent Sundays – South Mountain Park, features free park-ranger guided interpretive programs from 10 am – 2 pm, Central Avenue-access roadways will be closed to motor vehicles from 5 am – 11 pm, 602-534-6324
28            TUCSON: Tucson Greek Festival – St. Demetrios Orthodox Church, a Greek cultural experience with homemade Greek food, music, dancing and imports, 520-888-0505 or
28-10/5   GRAND CANYON-TUCSON: 28th Annual Grand Canyon to Tucson – Great Arizona Bicycle Adventure - this is a 7-day, 500-mile camping bike tour in Arizona, fully supported, 520-349-5932 or
29            FLAGSTAFF: Wildflower Walk - Arboretum at Flagstaff, join Jonah Hill, botanist, for a tour of the gardens, identify the native wildflowers in bloom and their pollinators, $2-5, 9:30 am, 928-774-1442 or  
29            FLAGSTAFF: The Arboretum at Flagstaff Fall Open House - join naturalist on an autumn color tour to admire the leaves, seeds & berries of the season, activities for the family include a scavenger hunt and hands-on scientific exploration, create a craft, free, 1-5 pm, 928-774-1442 or 
29-10/31  TUCSON: Nightfall - Old Tucson Studios, annual Halloween celebration, crawling from the laboratory of Dr. Hyde, the most frightening creatures the desert has seen, some scenes are very intense, Wed-Sun, 6 pm, 520-883-0100 or
30-10/4   PHOENIX: Phoenix Runway – a week of fashion including celebrity boutique and celebrity fashion runway shows, a designer showcase event, a charity gala and auction and free hands-on workshops and job fair, benefits Alice Cooper’s Solid Rock Foundation,

Continued Arizona Event Listings for September 1-30, 2008

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