Dating Service for Dog Lovers
The class is for kids ages 10 to 15 and runs from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. next Saturday.
Those attending will learn how to help someone who is choking, administer CPR, and basic first-aid techniques.
The class is $53 for Peoria residents and $62 for non-residents.
To register, go to www.peoriaaz.gov/recreation
Guardians of the Galaxy Preview:
Tickets to Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy: An IMAX 3D First Look" on July 7 are free and available now for U.S. and Canadian screenings on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, visit www.facebook.com/guardiansofthegalaxy.
Free Family Movies:
Red Mountain Library will be showing free, family-friendly movies every Tuesday during the month of July.
NextCare Urgent Care is the proud sponsor of this programming and will show movies such as, "Cloudy with A Chance of Meatballs 2" and "How to Train Your Dragon 1."
Movie times are from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. in the Program Room. Children ages 5 and younger must be accompanied by an adult during the movie. Movies are rated G or PG. Recommended ages are 3 and up but all children are welcome.
The Red Mountain Library is located at 635 N. Power Road. For more information, please visit them online at www.mesalibrary.org or call 480-644-3100.
After making its way through Gilbert, Chandler, Peoria and Glendale, the 2014 Summer Splash tour is coming to an end with one last awesome event planned for Saturday, July 5, 2014 at Founders Park in Queen Creek.
The fun starts at 9 a.m., with free water-education fun, games, water slides and swimming lessons. Presented by We Fix Ugly Pools, Summer Splash also features vendors selling summer treats like shaved ice, hot dogs, nachos, lemonade, ice cream and more.
In celebration of the grand opening of a brand new 4,000-square-foot splash pad, Summer Splash will be held at Founders Park at 22407 S. Ellsworth Rd. in Queen Creek. The park is located across the street from Town Hall.
For more information about the 2014 Summer Splash tour, visit www.summersplashaz.com.
Space Suit Exhibit
Four authentic spacesuits will be placed on temporary loan to Challenger Space Center Arizona, on exhibit to the general public for a limited engagement June 28 - Aug. 1. The suits will share gallery space with "They Came From Outer Space," a popular meteorite exhibit which will continue to be available to the public through Oct. 3.
The four spacesuits being placed in the exhibit include a NASA Launch Entry Suit worn by former astronaut and current NASA Administrator Charles Bolden, a Sokol space suit worn by NASA astronaut Dr. Edward Lu aboard the Russian Soyuz spacecraft, and a Sokol suit shell.
Challenger Space Center is generally open to the public Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Visit www.azchallenger.org for additional information.
Kitchen Hack Tips
Executive Chef John Collura
Cibo e Vino
34522 N. Scottsdale Rd., Ste. D1
Make-at-Home Beauty Products
-2 medium, nicely ripe bananas
-2 tablespoons of honey
-1 fairly ripe peach (pealed and pitted - can be canned if not in season)
-2 generous tablespoons of ground almonds
Directions: Blend the bananas, honey and peach together to make rich mucilage. Bananas are excellent skin softeners and have potent moisturizing properties. Peaches are a good fruit choice for young skins as they cleanse and help remove excess sebum without stripping the skin. Honey is excellent for all skins, especially if you are prone to breakout, as it helps keep spots at bay and reduces redness. Add the ground almonds and mix together. The almonds are to help polish the skin and remove dead surface cells. Finally, add enough oatmeal to make a paste that can be spread onto the face and neck.
Usage: Apply gently to face and neck area, being careful not to drag the skin. Leave for 10-15 minutes and remove gently with warm water.
Sea-Salt Body Scrub
Scaly, rough skin is so not sexy, no matter what time of year. If you're ready to slough off that unsightly layer of skin, LUSH has just what you've been searching for. Exfoliation is your secret weapon against a host of skin concerns, from acne to those stubborn ingrown hairs. Removing the damaged outer layer of skin cells works wonders for the overall health and appearance of your skin. Scrub your way to summery-smooth skin with this LUSHious Sea-Salt Body Scrub you can make right at home.
-2 tablespoons of fine sea salt
Take 2 tablespoons of fine sea salt and mix to a paste with a heavy oil such as olive oil. This is deeply nourishing for the skin.
Wet the skin and apply to the backs of arms, legs and anywhere where the skin is rough. Don't use on the décolleté area. Rinse off the skin.