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32 October 2 - 15, 2010 Country Chic boutique


The 2nd Annual Country Chic Boutique will be held from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thu., Nov. 4 through Sat., Nov. 6 at a private home in Chandler.


A special VIP Preview Night is at 5 p.m. Wed., Nov. 3 and will include dinner, entertainment, a raffl e and prizes. Cost for the VIP Preview Night is $50 per couple or $30 per single.


The festive holiday-shopping event features a variety of boutique items available for purchase, including jewelry, clothing, home décor, accessories and more, most of which will be handmade by Chandler residents.


Local food vendors provide pork sandwiches, fresh homemade cinnamon rolls and other holiday treats. Children can enjoy hayrides, a petting zoo and a kids’ craft barn. Sarah Goodman Photography will be on hand to snap professional photos with Santa Claus.


The Country Chic Boutique was the brainstorm of Chandler residents and moms Julie Gustafson, Amanda Bebak, Krysta Price and Ilene Fisher, whose goal is to create a fun, family-friendly event to celebrate the holidays and showcase the talents of local artisans.


The event is held at the home of Neal and Ilene Fisher, located at 24612 S. 142nd St. near the intersection of Riggs and Lindsay roads.


For more information, contact Amanda Bebak at 480-250-7080 or Amanda@countrychicboutiques.com.


Cookie Company marks 30th season


Phoenix Theatre’s Cookie Company celebrates its 30th season with a trio of upcoming performances. “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie,” a zany, fast-paced adaptation of the best-selling children’s book, takes the stage Nov. 19 through 28. “Unstoppable Me!,” a musical adventure adapted from the popular children’s book, runs Jan. 28 through Feb. 6, 2011. A theatrical presentation of the classic children’s book, “Charlotte’s Web,” runs March 25 through April 3, 2011. Tickets for all performances are $15. Cookie Company performances are held at the Greasepaint Theatre, located at 7020 E. 2nd St. in Scottsdale. To purchase tickets, call 602-254-2151 or visit www.cookiecompany.org.


AZ Arts


www.SanTanSun.com Mesa theatre marks 74 years


Mesa Encore Theatre, a nonprofi t, all-volunteer organization and Arizona’s longest continuously running community theatre, celebrates its 74th season with fi ve upcoming productions at the Mesa Arts Center, at 1 E. Main St. in Mesa.


This season’s shows include “Bye Bye Birdie,” Oct. 22 through 31; “Over the River and Through the Woods,” Nov. 12 through 21; “Ragtime,” Jan. 28 through Feb. 6, 2011; “Man of La Mancha,” April 8 through 23, 2011; and a season-ending musical production to be named later, May 27 through June 12, 2011.


Performances are held at Mesa Arts Center 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday nights and 2:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Individual show tickets are $25 for adults and $20 for students, teachers and seniors; season ticket rates are also available. Advance purchase is recommended as seating is limited. To purchase tickets, call 480-644-6500 or visit www.mesaartscenter.com.


2011 Scottsdale Arts Fest calls for artists


Artists working in all media are sought to exhibit at the 41st annual Scottsdale Arts Festival, taking place March 11 through 13, 2011, at the Scottsdale Civic Center. All artists must apply online before Oct. 12. The application fee is $30. A jury of arts professionals will select the artists to participate in the Festival and will award prizes in numerous categories, including ceramic, furniture, glass, jewelry, mixed media, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, textiles and woodworking.


Long recognized for its high-quality arts and crafts and picturesque setting, the award-winning Scottsdale Arts Festival features some 200 artists from throughout North America who display their work among the gardens and fountains of the Scottsdale Civic Center. Works of art are available for purchase directly from the artists and from the Festival’s online auction. The event attracts tens of thousands of Scottsdale-area residents and visitors, who also enjoy live music, entertainment, fi ne food and wine and activities for children.


The Scottsdale Arts Festival is produced by Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, a division of the nonprofi t Scottsdale Cultural Council. Proceeds benefi t the Center’s arts and youth-education programs.


To apply online, visit www.ZAPPlication.org. For more information, visit www.ScottsdaleArtsFestival.org or email festival@sccarts.org.


October 2010 3 BENISE – The Spanish Guitar ....... 7pm 13 US Air Force Academy Band FREE.... 7pm 24 Cirque Shanghai Bai Xi ........... 7pm 29 Alpin Hong .................... 8pm


November 2010 12 Point Of Grace ................. 7pm 13 ABBA Mania ................... 8pm


December 2010 20 Glenn Miller Orchestra ........... 7pm


26 & 31 Zoppé Italian Family Circus. . .12pm & 4pm 27 - 30 Zoppé Italian Family Circus......... 7pm 31 Zoppé Italian Family Circus....... 7:30pm


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March 2011 4 AXIS Dance Company ............ 8pm 5 The Lennon Sisters ............ 7:30pm 13 Riders In The Sky................ 3pm 19 Frank Sinatra Jr. .............. 7:30pm 26 Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder 7:30pm


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April 2011 2 Steve Wariner .................. 8pm 8 Street Beat .................... 8pm 16 HOTEL CALIFORNIA Salute to the Eagles ............. 8pm


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17 SPENCERS Theatre of Illusion ...... 3pm 30 Sierra Leone’s REFUGEE ALL STARS . 8pm


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