P.O. Box 25732
Scottsdale, Arizona 85255
Dr. Art Mollen
Dr. Mollen's Practice is located at 16100 N. 71st St in Scottsdale. For more information call 480-656-0016 or log onto www.drartmollen.com
Wally's Weekly Car Review
For more on Wally Cahill: www.azmotorsportsmania.tv
Mindy Villone, Coupon Sense Representative, gave a special offer for viewers who use the promo code "Mindy"
at Couponsense.com. You can also contact Mindy by emailing email@example.com
If you'd like to add Sunday's Sweetheart or any other pet to your family, contact The Arizona Humane Society at (602) 997-7585. For more information about AHS events and programs, visit www.azhumane.org.
Derby Days are at Turf Paradise
19th Avenue and Bell Road
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3075 West Ray Road
Chandler, AZ 85226
Phone: (480) 898-9200
Semone Rochlin D.O
Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgeon
11000 North Scottsdale Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
633 East Ray Road
Gilbert, AZ 85296
Outdoor Halloween Decorations
By Debbie Hernandez
Arrowhead Home Depot
59th ave and 101
Nows the time to start decorating outside for Halloween, there are so many amazing ready made outdoor decorations available at The Home Depot!
However, here are the instructions to make your own easy, very inexpensive Halloween Decoration, A LIGHTED GHOST!
-Hardware Cloth (chicken wire)
-Plastic Drop cloth
-A Round replacement Light Globe
-Tin snip tool
-Cut chicken wire with Tin snips to desired size.
-Place light globe in the center of the chicken wire and mold the wire around the globe to create the head of your ghost.
-Wrap masking tape around the neck of the globe to ensure the globe does not fall out.
-Cut and drape the plastic drop cloth over the chicken wire sculpture. This will give the cheesecloth something to drape onto.
-Mix equal parts glue and water in a bowl.
-Dip individual pieces of cheesecloth into glue/water mixture and drape over sculpture, repeat until entire ghost is covered, 2-3 layers is best.
-Let dry. It will dry stiff to the touch.
-Draw eyes and nose on with a Sharpie.
-Place in your yard over a flashlight or existing Flood light to light up your ghost and Enjoy!!!
Heidi Rawson Design
53rd annual Greater Phoenix Greek Festival
Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Community Center
1973 E. Maryland, Phoenix, 85016
Yassou! It’s the 53rd annual Greater Phoenix Greek Festival, October 11, 12 and 13, 2013. The longest-running, largest ethnic festival in the Valley endures with Greek food, music, dancing, jewelry, art, grocery items and activities for children at the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Community Center, 1973 E. Maryland in Phoenix. Friday, October 11, 5pm - 10pm ; Saturday, October 12, 11am - 10pm; Sunday, October 13, 11am - 8pm. Admission is $3.00 for an entire day of food and fun. Free for children under 12. Seniors 60 + only $2 Saturday, 11 - 3. For information, please call the festival hotline at 602-264-2791 or go to www.phoenixgreekfestival.org
Authentic Greek foods served include gyros, calamari, pastitsio (Greek "lasagna"), spanakopita (spinach pie) and lamb roasted on a spit. This festival offers the most Greek pastries of any other, including baklava,melomakarouna dipped in honey and much more--baked by yiayias (grandmothers). Packaged handmade pastries are available to take with you. The Village Market features feta cheese, phyllo dough, olives, fresh oregano and other food items imported from Greece. Ouzo and Metaxa brandy are served alongside Greek wines and beer. The Hellenic Museum of Phoenix will be open with vintage photographs of pioneer Greek families and the businesses they owned in town, as featured in the book, Greeks in Phoenix. Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral tours are conducted throughout each day. The architecture conforms to ancient Byzantine standards while exhibiting unique, Southwest desert aesthetic. The icons and stained glass windows are exquisite. Award-winning folk Dancers perform virtually every hour. Dance lessons offered daily. Everyone can get up to join the line dancing as a live Greek band plays. Opa!