Pearce Family Foundation’s annual holiday toy drive begins

Pearce Family Foundation has announced its fourth annual toy drive taking place Tuesday, Nov. 27 through Wednesday, Dec. 12. PFF benefits local [...] Continue Reading →

Unto us a child is born: A Christmas Day message

“For unto us a child is born, unto us a Son is given.  He shall be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.” [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Quarter hosts fourth annual Holiday Tree Auction

Scottsdale Quarter and Steve LeVine Entertainment & Public Relations announce the fourth annual Holiday Tree Auction Dec. 12 in The Quad at [...] Continue Reading →

Sprinkles to fill cupcake ATM with special prize vouchers

Sprinkles Cupcakes is celebrating Christmas by stocking their cupcake ATM with prize vouchers. Depending on the day between Dec. 1-12, when [...] Continue Reading →

Festive Cave Creek home to accept donations for food bank

A Cave Creek home listed on a metropolitan Christmas lights map will serve as a donation location to benefit the Foothills Food Bank & Resource [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale resort to host Christmas benefit concert

The Harvest Compassion Center, a food and clothing pantry local to Phoenix, presents a benefit concert with world-renowned talent and classic [...] Continue Reading →

Celebrate Christmas at Highlands Church with interactive, musical experience

The Highlands Church will be presenting a fun event for the whole family with their musical celebration of the birth of Jesus. The musical is to [...] Continue Reading →

Cave Creek Museum to host Cowboy Christmas, stamp demo

The Cave Creek Museum is celebrating the holiday season with several special events. On Sunday, Dec. 6 the “Cowboy Christmas” Family Holiday [...] Continue Reading →

Outlets at Anthem to reveal tallest fresh-cut tree in America

The Outlets at Anthem, known for making the holidays grand by showcasing the nation’s tallest fresh-cut decorated Christmas tree, has done it [...] Continue Reading →