Things to Do

Things to Do

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The Maricopa Outdoor Recreation and Environmental Education organization trained a new lineup of leaders in remote first-aid and emergency care Feb. 4, preparing them...

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The City of Maricopa has re-set the date of the Copa Color Run after it was rained out Saturday. The new date is March 18...

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Events and activities are stacking up for Maricopans this week with entertainment, sports and one of the biggest fund-raisers of the year. Below, David...

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The Maricopa Historical Society will host the sixth annual golf tournament on March 4 at The Duke at Rancho El Dorado. Registration and a continental...

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Salsa chefs have until March 9 to sign up to compete in the 13th annual Salsa Festival, Maricopa's largest event. The festival drew more...

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Legacy Traditional School will present its annual theatrical production Feb. 24, a junior rendition of a Disney classic — “The Little Mermaid.” Under the guidance...

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The Copa Color Run has been postponed due to the weather. No date has yet been set.

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There is a lot to do this week, from the final MAC Farm Ag-Venture tour of the season, to the debut of the Copa...

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By Misty Newman Are you looking for more opportunities to be active outdoors? Perhaps you want to go hiking or explore more of Arizona, but...

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By Michelle ChanceIF YOU GO What: Copa Color Run When: Feb. 18, registration 9 a.m., race 11 a.m. Where: Copper Sky Regional Park, 44345 W. Martin Luther...

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Maricopa High School Theatre Company again draws from classic comedy for its winter production. The students will present “You Can’t Take It With You,” a...

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Comedies, dramas, documentaries, animations, horror, sci-fi – a little bit of everything is the goal of a typical film festival. In short films, a...

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Province resident Joe Gruberman is among a handful of Maricopans whose work will be on the silver screen for the Copa Short Film Festival.Copa...

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Language arts isn’t all about parsing sentences, and science isn’t all about the periodic table. For some Maricopa middle schoolers, language and science came...

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By Chef Neil Magbnua This month’s recipe is for you vegetarians out there, or those of you who are trying to eat more vegetables but...

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By Aaron Gilbert Our obsession with calorie counting, macronutrients and dieting over the past 30 years has resulted in increased body-fat levels. So what’s the...

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By Betty Beeman Eucalyptus was brought to America in the mid 1800s from Australia. Approximately 900 species of eucalyptus trees exist. These quick-growing trees have been...

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What is perennially Maricopa’s most fancy-schmancy party is toning down a little this year, but that won’t change its purpose. The 12th annual Against Abuse...

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This week’s events in Maricopa include tours of the Maricopa Agricultural Center (Victor Jimenez explains below), a silent reading party, 2nd Saturday Market, Councilman...

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Chocolate! Whether it’s the comfort of hot chocolate on a cold day, ooey gooey warm fresh baked chocolate chip cookies, or the decadence of...

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A Studio Crawl is the first of its kind in Maricopa and will launch a series of February “Got Arts, Maricopa” expo events. The Studio...

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By Michelle Chance Friends and teammates of a Maricopa man who was injured in a 12-car crash on State Route 347 in December are planning...

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Activities this week include the start of the Arizona Rattlers' camp and related events, Maricopa Arts Council's Studio Crawl and much more. Copper Sky's...

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A little-known Spanish Colonial era trail paints a colorful history in our minds’ eye. If You Go What: Presentation on the Juan Bautista de Anza...

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Among this week's activities in Maricopa, Our Lady of Grace hosts its 10th annual carnival/festival, the first at the new church site. Patti Coutre...

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The 10th annual Our Lady of Grace Parish Festival-Carnival is Jan 27-29. The event has become a tradition for the parish as it continues...

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Prospective Eagle Scout James McNelly completed his Eagle project Saturday by working on Mormon Battalion Trail on Bureau of Land Management land. The 14-year-old Life...

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Maricopa’s second Senior Info/Expo is set for Jan. 21 at City Hall.If You Go What: Senior Info/Expo When: Jan. 21, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Where: Maricopa City Hall,...

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This week has a full slate of activities for Maricopa. Below, Arnold Jackson talks about the second Senior Info/Expo. Plus look for the annual...

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  A poetry slam, a free concert by a rock star, a family fishing day and much more will be happening this week in Maricopa....