Things to Do

Things to Do

A didgeridoo demo, presentations on caretaking and chronic pain, and a Movies Under the Stars from the Copper Sky pool are among this week's...

Maricopa Amateur Radio Association will be holding an annual emergency preparedness drill known as Field Day from June 23 at 11 a.m. to June...

A health workshop, special events at the library and a girls' basketball clinic are among this week's activities. Below, Tony Johnson and Adrian De...

The Pulitzer Prize-winning musical “Rent” is coming to Maricopa in June.IF YOU GO What: “Rent” Who: Maricopa Community Theatre When: June 6-8, 7 p.m., June 9, 2...

With summer vacation in full swing and temperatures heating up, most Maricopa activities move inside or in the pool. Below, Wildman Phil invites kids...

  Dog owners can purchase licensing and vaccinations for man’s best friend in Maricopa this weekend. The Pinal County Animal Care and Control will hold the...

Maricopa schools are wrapping up the year this week, with promotions and graduations ahead of the Memorial Day weekend. Below, Maricopa High School valedictorian...

A very busy week in Maricopa includes a high school commencement, a fallen-officer monument dedication, middle school sports championship games, a televised golf event,...

The fourth annual Music-a-Thon by Maricopa Unified School District is May 12, 1-8 p.m. at the Performing Arts Center, 45012 W. Honeycutt Ave. Music-a-Thon features...

The Maricopa Chamber of Commerce Board announced it will hold a meeting this week “in an open conversation on the future growth and projects...

Women Spring Into Art: Textile Extravaganza is on the walls of Maricopa Center for Entrepreneurship for the month of May. The display includes the...

From a presentation on cotton and a free music marathon to Native American Education Program's Family Night and the debut of the World Long...

  In what will be a first for Maricopa, a State of the County Address is scheduled for May 17, hosted by the Chamber of...

After more than two years of fund-raising, a memorial monument is about to be unveiled at the Maricopa Police Substation at Copper Sky. The fallen...

Golf’s longest drivers will compete in Ak-Chin’s first nationally televised sporting event May 15.IF YOU GO What: Ak-Chin Smash in the Sun World Long Drive When:...

For decades, cotton was a staple crop in Arizona. Pima cotton in particular, with its extra-long staple (ELS) fibers, revolutionized the industry in 1910....

An opportunity to meet people vying to be the next Community Services director, a ribbon-cutting event and the beginning of Movies Under the Stars...

A golfing fundraiser for a charter school, a band event and a community game night are all part of this week's activities in Maricopa....

Opening night for the Maricopa High School Theatre Company's spring musical, "The Baker's Wife," was Thursday. Met with a warm reception, the production features...

Special meetings regarding the hiring of a city manager and a school superintendent are on this week’s list of activities in Maricopa. Below, Britney...

This event has been postponed ... Sequoia Pathway Academy hosts its second annual Big Drive for Education Golf Scramble on April 28.IF YOU GO What: Big...

  After years of staging musicals that have had their runs on Broadway and are ingrained in the musical-theater psyche, Maricopa High School Theatre Company...

By Al Brandenburg Did you know that peppers have genders? As an example, three-lobed bells are considered males and are best used for frying. Four-lobed bells...

Our Lady of Grace Parish presents Refuting Relativism with Trent Horn, a speaker and Catholic Apologist from Catholic Answers. “That’s true for you, but not...

Maricopa's activities this week include the 2nd Saturday Maricopa Market, a Kindergarten Roundup and important meetings. Below, Jason Crow of Harrah's Ak-Chin Casino invites...

By Aaron Gilbert Training the core is where most people run into trouble, because they try to train the core like a beast — with...

The Sequoia Pathway Site Council will be hosting its second annual golf fundraising event (“The Big Drive for Education”) on April 28 at The...

A golf fund-raiser, an engineering night and an art display are among several events this week. Below, Chrystal Allen-O'Jon and Kent O'Jon invite the...

When Dorothy Shally Charles started working for the National Park Service, singing was a job requirement.IF YOU GO What: The History of Scotty's Castle, Death...

Four years after its debut, Maricopa Music Festival returns on April 7.IF YOU GO What: Maricopa Music Festival When: April 7, 1-10 p.m. Where: Copper Sky Regional...