Saturday, October 25, 2008
Saturday, October 18, 2008
From their website:
Now through Saturday, December 27, 20086:30pm - 9pm
Enjoy the relaxing sounds of music, Friday and Saturday evenings!From now through the end of the year, SanTan Village will host music every Friday and Saturday evenings, from 6:30pm - 9pm in the Gathering Courtyard in front of Harkins Theatres.
Enjoy entertaining sounds from local solos, duos and trios, providing an ambient environment unlike any other shopping destination in Gilbert. *Music will stop in the Gathering Courtyard on Saturday evenings during the Fall Concert Series, October 25 - November 22 and will resume on November 29.
Friday, October 17: Mary Hoffman - Country Western
Saturday, October 18: Pete Pancrazi - Jazz Standards
Friday, October 24: Patte Williams & Company
Friday,October 31: Whitney Steele - Contemporary Folk
Friday,November 7: Mary Hoffman - Country Western
Friday, November 14: Pete Pancrazi - Jazz Standards
Friday,November 21: Blues Legend Hans Olson
Free is Good. - Agreed?
Saturday, October 11, 2008
Uncle Bears Bar and Grill opens in Queen Creek. Locals rejoice.
I finally had the chance to check out Uncle Bears Grill and Bar on Rittenhouse. It has only been open for a few weeks. When the Uncle Bears opened on the Power Road location we could never get a seat in the place as it was packed.
This location is extra roomy with a giant bar that seats about twenty. There is an outdoor patio area and tons of big screen TV's for any sports enthusiast. It has a nice comfortable atmosphere and the food is decent too.
Hooray for Uncle Bears! We wish you luck in Queen Creek. Thanks for considering Queen Creek as a location. We sorely need more establishments such as this.
Uncle Bears is located at 21151 E Rittenhouse, Queen Creek AZ 85242.
Sunday, October 5, 2008
One day it was an old house with some horses in it's small yard. The next day it was a burned out building and eyesore on Ocotillo. I blinked my eyes and it was gone. Bulldozed. Not a bad thing.
I do worry about those big trees on Ocotillo near Ironwood. I always wonder how old they are and what type of trees they are. How many animals live in them. I fully expect for them to be torn down in the sake of progress. I'm sure someone thinks they are dangerous. I think they are interesting and beautiful. They are more than likely some of the oldest trees in the area.
R.I.P. old burned out building.