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Arizona Historical Society, P.A.N.I.C (Parent Autism Lil’ Dribblers, April 25-June 6, Desert Cancer Foundation of
1300 N College Ave., Tempe, presents Network In Chandler) 6-8 p.m. Thu., Arizona Premier Basketball Academy, Arizona fundraiser, 4-6 p.m. Sun.,
Raul Castro, Arizona Governor and April 23; email for meeting location Country Club Dr. and Guadalupe Rd., April 26, Crowne Plaza San Marcos
U.S. Ambassador in “Arizona’s First and directions. This is a Chandler Gilbert. Ages 3-5 learn basketball Golf Resort, 1 S. San Marcos Pl.,
Hispanic Governor Remembers …” as Autism support group for families basics such as shooting, dribbling downtown Chandler. A wine tasting
part of its Spring Brunch Series from that have a loved one on the Autism and passing using age-appropriate benefi t, silent auction and light hors
9:30 a.m. to noon Sat., April 18. Other Spectrum. Participants shares stories, equipment. Focus is on fun and d’ oeuvres helps fi ght cancer. $50
speakers include Jana Bommersbach, gives support and offers ideas. The fi tness, and parents and their kids per person. Info/RSVP: 480-857-6652,
journalist, author, broadcaster and group is led by a Chandler Special Ed participate together. T-shirt included, www.desertcanceraz.org.
speaker, talking about her new book, teacher, and guest speakers often preregistration required. Call for
“Bones in the Desert” on Sat., May present topics of interest. Info: Kate, schedule: 480-688-1048.
23. Cost is $20 for members, $25 for kmcintosh05@yahoo.com.
nonmembers. Info: 480-929-0292,
www.arizonahistoricalsociety.org.
Celebrate with ‘Taste of Greece’
Register opens for
SanTan Sun area residents can enjoy the music, all that the Greek culture has to offer,” says John Copperstar’s Summer Camp
dance and cuisine of Greece without blowing their Chrisagis, the Festival 2009 chairman.
budgets on a costly vacation by visiting A Taste The admission cost is $2 for ages 12 and older, $1
Students entering second- through 12th-grade can
create a production of “Schoolhouse Rock Live! Jr.”
of Greece Greek Food Festival 2009 held May 1 for senior citizens for ages 11 and younger.
by being part of the musical’s cast with professional
through 3 at Tempe Town Lake. Festival hours are 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Fri. and Sat.,
direction and instruction in acting, music, dance and
The annual three-day festival features authentic May 1 and 2; and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sun., May 3.
more during Schoolhouse Rock Live! Jr. Camp.
Greek beer, wines, pastries, imports, entertainment Tempe Town Lake is located at Mill Avenue
The camp, which culminates in public
and carnival rides for kids. and Rio Salado Parkway in downtown Tempe.
performances, is held 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through
Favorite Greek cuisine including fresh lamb For information call 480-899-3330 or visit Thursday, June 8 through 25 at Williams Field High
roasted daily over an open fl ame, gyros, kalamari, www.atasteofgreeceaz.com. School. Performances are June 26 and 27.
souvlaki, spanakopita, pastitso, athenian chicken
The cost to attend the camp is $285 before May 8
and saganaki will be available alongside popular
or $335 thereafter. Lunch is not provided. To register
Greek pastries like baklava. Visitors can also shop
visit www.copperstarrep.org/camps.html.
for Greek imports and Greek-themed merchandise.
For info, email info@copperstarrep.org or call
“A Taste of Greece Greek Food Festival represents
480-699-1655.
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