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40 July 4 - 17, 2009
Neighbors
www.SanTanSun.com
July 4 from Page 39
Gilbert
may be additional fees for some activities. Rawhide is at
Gilbert’s Old-Fashioned 4th of July Celebration, an
5700 W. North Loop Rd. in Chandler. Info: 480-502-5600,
alcohol- and tobacco-free event held at Mesquite High
www.rawhide.com.
School, offers the SanTan Sun community contests,
games, infl atables, exhibits and a grand fi nale fi reworks
Queen Creek
display at about 9 p.m. Gates open at 4 p.m., and
The Town of Queen Creek 4th of July Celebration,
admission is free. However, there will be a cash-only fee
presented by the Kiwanis Club of QC on the grounds of
for refreshments, rides, novelties and amusements. The
Schnepf Farms, offers children’s activities followed by
high school is located at 500 S. McQueen Rd. in Gilbert.
a fi reworks show at 9 p.m. The cost is $10 per car, with
Info: 480-892-0056, www.gilbertaz.com.
$10 wristbands for kids activities. Schnepf Farms is at
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22601 E. Cloud Rd. in Queen Creek. Info: 480-987-3100,
Rawhide
FAMILY FUN: Chandler’s 4th of July 7-Up Fireworks
www.schnepffarms.com.
The 4th of July Celebration at Rawhide at Wild Horse
Spectacular helps families put a great spin on
Pass adds a taste of the Old West to Independence Day
Independence Day.
Tempe
with gunfi ghts, cowboys, stunt shows, gold panning, stagecoach rides, pettin’
The CBS 5 Tempe Town Lake Festival Fireworks lights up the night sky at 9 p.m.,
ranch, burro rides, live country music and a real blacksmith. There will be burgers,
but not before offering families live entertainment, a Kids Zone and food booths,
hot dogs, root beer fl oats and snow cones throughout Pioneer Town and a full
beginning at 4 p.m. The cost is $8 each or two for $15 at the gates; ages 12 and
menu at the steakhouse. A pyrotechnics show puts fi re in the sky at sundown. Gates
younger are free. Tempe Town Lake is at Mill Ave. and Rio Salado Pkwy. in Tempe.
open at 5:30 p.m. Admission is $10 ages 5 and older, free ages 4 and younger; there
Info: 480-350-5189, www.tempe4th.com.
Gennaro’s from Page 39
long.” east to Gilbert Road. Gennaro’s offers a full catering
“Pizza the way we make it is healthy,” adds service and an opportunity for local baseball teams Quik Bite
Anderson. “A big slice of cheese pizza is only 230 and other organizations to fundraise. The group picks
calories. And, we have some delicious salads with a certain day and the team receives 20 percent of the
Genarro’s Pizzeria
ranch or Italian dressing that we make each day.” proceeds from diners who mention the organization.
Arizona Avenue and Ocotillo
There’s a selection of desserts, and you might want Open daily from 11 a.m., Gennaro’s closes at 9 p.m.
480-895-8700
ARIZONA AVE.
to try the Zeppolis, an Italian Christmas Eve tradition Sunday through Thursday and at 10 p.m. Friday and
consisting of small balls of dough fried and topped Saturday. Call 480-895-8700. To sign up for specials
OCOTILLO
with cinnamon powdered sugar. and promotions, visit www.mygennaros.com.
For orders of $15 or more, Gennaro’s delivers north
to Pecos, south to Hunt Highway, west to Dobson and
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