Things to Do

Things to Do

You don't meet a girl like this every dynasty! Maricopa Children’s Theatre Summer Camp is in rehearsals at Copper Sky Multigenerational Complex for "Mulan...

A showcase of Native American athletic talent will soon return to Maricopa. Beginning July 9 at 6 p.m., The Native American Basketball Invitational will kick-...

It’s mostly light fare for activities this week, and mostly aimed at the kids. Below, MHS coach Andrew Pollak invites third graders through eighth...

This week's activities are mostly inside, with some notable exceptions. Below coach Derrick Warford and his players talk about Saturday's AZEA Wellness Tour. For...

By Misty Newman Lacking motivation to get to the gym?  It may be time to take your workout into Mother Nature; a playground of endless...

From lizards to Batman, many events this week in Maricopa are for the kids. Below, Niesha Whitman of the City of Maricopa talks about...

By Aaron Gilbert What is warming up? Warming up prepares the body for more intense movement and activity. It literally “warms up” the body by increasing...

Maricopa artist Craig Dourmashkin has a celebration of color on the gallery walls at Maricopa Center for the Arts as the selected artist for...

An array of locally grown tomatoes, peppers, squash and other produce made its debut at the first Wednesday Morning Chef’s Farmer’s Market at the...

By Rita Bricker Now is the time of the year when many of the fruits and vegetables growing in our yards are starting to ripen....

Born with a heart defect that caused him two heart attacks before his 36th birthday, Derrick Warford wants to spread wellness among the youth...

Magic and mad science are part of a busy week at Maricopa Public Library. Below Copper Sky Youth Coordinator Heather Lozano explains other youth...

The gallery at Maricopa Center for Entrepreneurship is hosting a new artist for the month of June, displaying mostly portraiture work with an awe-inspiring...

Maricopa Public Library wants to reach new heights with its Summer Reading Program. The annual event is off and running, with programming for ages 0...

Homemade dance hits the stage June 3 in the conclusion of “Got Arts, Maricopa.”IF YOU GO What: Young Choreographers Showcase When: June 3, 3 p.m. Where: Maricopa...

Memorial Day is Monday, a time to honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice in service to their country. It is just the beginning...

The Memorial Day Ceremony in Maricopa is making adjustments, both in venue and in tribute. The annual event is usually held at the Veterans...

Local Native American fashion designer Loren Aragon will have his first solo runway show at an event in the Chrome Nightclub at Wild Horse...

Pinal Partnership Open Space & Trails Committee announced the latest winners of the ongoing series of photography contests. A Maricopan took third place. The theme...

Adjudicators from Arizona State University Gammage came to see "Beauty and the Beast," the Mariciopa High School Theatre Company's spring musical. With this adjudication,...

High school graduations and other school advancements are slated for this week in Maricopa. Below, Brad Pitassi of Maricopa Fire/Medical Department talks about the...

Alt-country musician Laura Walsh of Maricopa has a release party for her new music May 20 at 4 p.m. in Queen Creek. She sat...

Jay & the Americans, a vehicle swap meet and a karate demonstration are among the many events happening this week in Maricopa. Below, Rob...

After getting started with a scheduling conflict that resulted in two separate screenings of different movies, Maricopa’s Movies Under the Stars is back on...

By Misty Newman Getting outdoors is not only great for your health, but also contributes significantly to the local and national economies. Under the Outdoor...

The final 2nd Saturday Maricopa Market of the season, an African American Affairs Commission town hall and an art show by Native American students...

The Arizona Commission of African American Affairs will hold a town hall discussion on Thursday, May 11, in Maricopa. The town hall, themed “Time...

By Aaron Gilbert Are you interested in losing body fat, improving your strength, feeling better and looking better? How about accomplishing all of this in...

By Rita Bricker Do you yearn to dig in the dirt and grow your own vegetables or flowers, but fear that the gardening gene has...

An important tax proposal, a trip to the zoo and prom night are all part of this week’s activities. Below, members of the Santa...