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Things to do
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Chandler Environmental Komen for the Cure. The event is get a quick look at the Publisher Alma School Rd., northwest corner of
Education Center May events, hosted by the six-member Southern desktop publishing application, an
Alma School and Germann, Chandler,
4050 E. Chandler Heights Rd., Chandler-spun Mammary Musketeers entry-level program used to create
next to Cactus Bike. Happy Hour from
Chandler. Scheduled: Arizona team, each of whom must raise at documents including signs and fl iers;
Reptiles, noon-1 p.m. Sat., May least $2,300 for the 3-Day. After the “PowerPoint,” 10:30 a.m. Wed., May
4-6:30 p.m., with half off alcohol and
16: A presentation on fascinating cake decoration winner has been 27 in the Gates Computer Lab at
appetizers. Reservations, Info: 480-
reptiles including live chuckwallas, recognized, a gift basket raffl e is Downtown Chandler Public Library:
907-5893, www.pittasouvli.com
snakes and more is presented by the held and the cakes are auctioned. Teaches students to integrate graphics
Arizona Herpetological Association, Admission is $22 at the door or $20 and text into slides, registration
Westcor Kids Club, 10 a.m.
all ages, preregistration required, prepaid and includes beverages and a required. Chandler Downtown Library
Wed., May 27, SanTan Village, 2218
$6; Nature Walk, 10 a.m. Sat., May plate of hot hors d’oeuvres. Space is is located at 22 S. Delaware St.; call
16: Participants on the Veterans limited. To contribute to the Mammary 480-782-2800. Hamilton Library is
E. Williams Field Rd., Gilbert. The
Oasis Park guided walk view hilltops, Musketeers’ 3-Day fund, access located at 3700 S. Arizona Ave.; call
musical, interactive program for all
wetland habitats and urban fi shing lake www.the3day.org, click Donate, and 480-782-2828.
ages features Webster the Warthog,
shores and enjoy a themed activity, fi nd the team’s name. Info/registration:
Persephone, and Dewper the Prairie
all ages welcome but 17 and younger Sara Nakai, 602-819-2829. Bubble Festival, 4:30 p.m. Tue.,
Dog as well as guests who inspire kids
must be accompanied by an adult, May 19, Southeast Regional Library,
through dance, song and story, free.
preregistration needed, $6. Watch Perry Branch Library’s May 775 N. Greenfi eld Rd., Gilbert. Ages 5-9
“Bee Movie,” 9:30-11:30 a.m. Mon., lineup, 1965 E. Queen Creek Rd. at can create different types of bubbles
Info: 480-282-9500.
May 18: Youth ages 12 and younger Perry High School, Gilbert. Kid Time, and might even wind up inside a large
must accompanied by an adult, 2 p.m. Mon., May 18: Kids in grades bubble. Free, RSVP required. Info: Chandler area summer
preregistration required, admission of K-2 listen to stories and enjoy crafts 602-652-3000, www.mcldaz.org.
writing classes: Marilyn June
$2 for ages 2-12, free for ages 1 and and games, free, RSVP required;
Janson, published author and writing
younger and adult companions. Info: Animanga Day, 3 p.m. Thu., May 21: Aqua Explorers: Parent/Child
480-782-2890. Ages 12-18 draw, discuss and view Splash & Swim, 9:30-11:30 a.m.
instructor, teaches these classes:
Japanese comics (Animé and Manga), Thu., May 21, Gold Medal Swim School,
“Jane Austin: Then and Now,” 1-3
A Day with Horses, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. free; Baby & Me Time, 10:30 a.m. 6909 W. Ray Rd., Suite 27, Chandler.
p.m. Mondays June 8 through July
May 16, 23, 30, Heart2Heart Hope May 22 and 29: Newborns-18 months Ages 6 and younger accompanied by 13, Chandler-Gilbert Senior Center,
Ranch, 858 W. Kingbird Dr., Chandler. accompanied by a caregiver can sing an adult can participate in an open
202 E. Boston St., registration:
Ages 8-10, 11-13 and 14-16 can songs, enjoy fi ngerplays and share swim session that familiarizes children
480-782-2720; “How to Write
halter, bathe, groom and walk with books to build a reading foundation, with “Safety, Skills and Success” in the
horses, plus create a horse craft and free; Knit Happens, 2:15-3:45 p.m. water. Kids younger than age 3 are
Children’s Picture Books,” 6-8 p.m.
play water games. Preregistration is Thu., May 28: The Common Threads required to wear a reusable, washable
Wednesdays June 10 through July
required, and space is limited. Cost is Knit and Crochet Club offers teens the swim diaper such as those sold in 15, Chandler Downtown Community
$35 per day. Info: 480-221-0630. opportunity to learn to crochet and the swim shop, as no disposables
Center, 125 E. Commonwealth Ave.,
knit, free, preregistration required. are allowed. Preregistration required,
registration: 480-782-2722; “How to
Peach Festival, 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Info: 602-652-3000, www.mcldaz.org. free admission. Info: 480-961-SWIM,
Write Children’s Picture Books” and
May 16-17, Schnepf Farms, 22601 www.goldmedalswimschool.com.
E. Cloud Rd., Queen Creek. Visitors May activities at Mind Over
“How to Write YA Stories and Novels,”
enjoy rides, entertainment, arts Splatter, 64 S. San Marcos Pl., Activities at the Chabad Center
Saturdays June 13-July 25, Chandler-
and crafts vendors, peach pancake Chandler. Scheduled: Storytime for Jewish Life, 3875 W. Ray Rd., Gilbert Community College, 2525 E.
breakfast, peach orchard hay rides & Crafts, 10:30 a.m. Tue., May Suite 6, Chandler. Scheduled: Toddler’s
Pecos Rd. Picture book class is held
for fruit picking, along with kids’ 19: Children of all ages hear a Book Club, 10 a.m. May 21 and 28:
10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. and the YA class
crafts and $2 train rides. A petting classic tale and create a themed Kids ages 18 months-3 years of any
barn, peachy parade and peach craft, $8 per child, RSVP required; denomination can gain knowledge
runs 12:30-2:30 p.m. No classes July 4.
pie eating competition round out Handprint Tile Craft, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. of Jewish heritage and learn how
Registration: 480-732-7072.
the event. Admission for all ages is Fri., May 29: All ages can create to develop positive character traits
$10 per family or $2 for individuals. a Father’s Day handprint tile, $10, through songs, art, stories, snacks and Intel’s LAN Fest DesertBash,
Wristbands authorizing unlimited RSVP required. Info: 480-899-1174, activities, $8 each or fi ve sessions for
June 13 at 10 a.m. through June 14 at
rides cost $10. Info: 480-987-3100, www.mindoversplatter.com. $30, RSVP required to 480-313-8874
10 a.m., El Zaribah Shrine Auditorium,
www.schnepffarms.com. or tzipi@chabadcenter.com; Shavout
Computing classes at Chandler Ice Cream Party, 10:30 a.m. Fri., May
552 N. 40th St. in Phoenix. Gaming
Cake Challenge for the Cure, 3-5 libraries – “Excel,” 1:30 p.m. Tue., 29: Families from any denomination
afi cianados of any mastery level can
p.m. Sun., May 17, Country Cottage May 19, Gates Computer Lab at can listen to a reading of the “Ten bring their own systems or rent one
Café, 323 S. Gilbert Rd., Gilbert. The Downtown Chandler Public Library: Commandments” from the “Torah”
at the event and play PC games for 24
contest features local professional Learn how to enter numbers and enjoy an ice cream delicacy, free.
continuous hours. Funds raised are
cake decorators showing off their and calculate numerical data in Info: 480-855-4333.
donated to charity, and all ages are
talents in a 90-minute competition spreadsheets, registration required;
to benefi t breast cancer research “Publisher, a Quick Intro,” 3 p.m. Pitta Souvli Mediterranean Grill
welcome. Admission is $25 through
via the National Philanthropic Trust Wed., May 20 in Computer Labs A Belly Dancer shows at 7 and 8
May 31 or $30 thereafter. Info/
Breast Cancer Fund and Susan G. and B at Hamilton Library: Attendees p.m. Fri., May 22 with Mahin, 1940 S. registration: www.lanfest.intel.com.
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