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HMS Host Job Fair
HMSHost, world leader in travel dining, is hosting a job fair to fill a variety of positions at various restaurant locations at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. openings: They are looking to hire :Cooks (Line & Production), Host/ess, Starbucks Baristas, Cashiers, Utility/Dishwashers and Managers. Hiring for full-time, permanent positions with excellent benefits package, pay increases every 6 months and great opportunities for growth!
$500 Bonus for Cooks hired at the event!
Please apply online prior to attending the job fair: http://careers.hmshost.com/
Wednesday, October 14th, 2015, from 9am - 3pm.
Radisson Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport
427 North 44th Street
For more information visit www.HMSHost.com
The holiday season is just around the corner and Ballet Arizona is proud to announce its 30th year of The Nutcracker performances, choreographed by renowned artistic director Ib Andersen. The Nutcracker will run from December 11-27 for a total of 20 performances, with afternoon and evening shows at Symphony Hall in downtown Phoenix.
Ticket prices for The Nutcracker start at $15, discounts offered for seniors, students, military and groups. Tickets can be purchased by calling 602-381-1096 or visiting www.balletaz.org.
Chompie's Dessert Day
Chompie's gives its guests fair warning to save room for dessert on Wednesday, October 14. Arizona's New York-style deli will celebrate National Dessert Day with a special Big Apple Bargain: people can buy one Danish, pastry, or slice of cake and get one of equal or lesser value for free. The offer is good for the whole week from National Dessert Day on October 14, through Tuesday, October 20.
Chompie's bakery makes everything from cheesecakes, chocolate box cake and brownies, to Danishes, apple strudel and rainbow petit fours. All desserts are made from scratch and many use the Borenstein family recipes. Chompie's Big Apple Bargains are available to everyone.
Caribou Coffee & Einstein Bros. Bagels are debuting their newest coffee and bagels concept in Tempe, opening its doors at 5 a.m. on Wednesday, October 14. The first 50 people in line on Wednesday by 5:00 am will win a coupon booklet for a free medium coffee, bagel and shmear each week for a year. The new location will be the first in the state to feature both Caribou Coffee's specialty coffee and handcrafted beverages, which pairs perfectly with Einstein Bros. fresh-baked bagels and shmear.
Both Caribou and Einstein Bros. Bagels fan favorites will be on the combined menu, such as Caribou's Carmel Highrise and Einstein Bros. wide variety of fresh-baked flavors. Different limited time offerings will complement each other like Caribou's Pumpkin Chai Latte and Einstein Bros. pumpkin bagel and shmear.
The Tempe Caribou Coffee and Einstein Bros. Bagels location is located at 725 S Rural Rd, Tempe AZ, 85281 and is open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday.
For more information about Tempe's new Caribou Coffee & Einstein Bros. Bagels, please visit www.coffeeandbagels.com, or follow Caribou Coffee or Einstein Bros. Bagels on Facebook.
The Saltmine Studio Oasis
48 S MacDonald, Mesa, AZ 85210
Closed. Opens at 12:00 pm
Taste of Cave Creek
Are you ready to eat, drink and be merry? If so, mark your calendar for October 14 & 15 when Cave Creek offers its signature Taste of Cave Creek event. For 24 years, the town has offered this event as a chance for residents to mingle with neighbors and for everyone to sample the amazing fare offered from local restaurants and bars. The event is so widely popular that this year's attendance is expected to reach over 8,000 in the two day span. The event is held at Stagecoach Village in an outdoor setting as the sounds of the Ryan Sims Band fills the air. Entry tickets are $10 (free for children 12 & under) and food tickets are $2 -$5. Parking is at Cave Creek and School House roads, where a free shuttle will then take you to the venue.
If there is one thing that Cave Creek can't get enough of, it is good food and good times! Marshal Adam Stein will again be heading up the ever so popular Taste of Cave Creek. Returning favorites to the Taste of Cave Creek will include Tonto Bar & Grill, Cartwright's Sonoran Ranch House, Binkley's, Alberto's, Bart's Indian Village, Brugo's Pizza of Cave Creek, Bryan's Black Mountain BBQ, Buffalo Chip Saloon & Steakhouse, Z's Asian Fusion, The Horny Toad, Cibo e Vino, Harold's, El Encanto Mexican Food, Indigo Crow, Le Sans Souci, Chef Sara's Vegan Academy, Haciendas Mexican Grill, Venues Cafe, It's a Divine Bakery, Oregano's, My Sweet Blessing Bakery, Guido Garcias Ristorante/Cantina, Cave Creek Smokehouse, J Chen and new this year Local Jonny's, Oak Ridge Winery, Sonoran Spirits, Cruz Tequila, Dirty Tequila, 3 Amigos Tequila, Hiro Sake, Crescent Crown Distributing, and many more.
A craft beer garden and wine tasting (courtesy of Oak Ridge Winery) will once again have a presence at the highly anticipated event. We will also be offering a Tequila Tasting and a Margarita Challenge.
The event will take place at the Stagecoach Village and runs from 5pm to 10 pm. each night on Oct.14th and Oct.15th.
For more information visit: http://tasteofcavecreek.com/
If tickets were purchased via Groupon or Livingsocial print out the voucher and bring to event for admission (The voucher is your ticket NO TICKETS WILL BE MAILED.)
Taste of Cave Creek
7100 E Cave Creek Rd
Cave Creek, AZ 85331
You are inspired by what you see on Pinterest, you sell on Etsy or are innovative, creative and a mom! Hobbies turned into a business, an independent consultants for a direct sales company, or realtors, many moms are business owners or aspire to be. So, what do mompreneurs need to know about branding and starting a company? Ali Craig, neuro-emotional brander and three time best selling author
shows us what we need to know.
* Share your passion and be very specific Know your product or service inside and out. Know your market and who you want to target. Continue to stay up on the current trends of your area of expertise and evolve.
* Don't worry about others, be as unique as you are. There will always be naysayers and there will always be competition. It is important however to be realistic and maybe listen to the hidden advice from naysayers without taking in the negativity. Be you, but keep an eye on the competition as you can learn from them, too.
* Be eco-friendly everywhere, from materials, packaging, and shipping. The more conscious you can be, the better you are. This will allow your brand to be more sustainable and entice customers, due to your efforts in being socially conscious.
* Once you fill your audiences first need then look ahead to fulfilling their remaining, For example, if you are selling hair accessories for little girls, you could also sell matching socks or bracelets. Adding something for mom, by selling mother daughter matching items could be an option, too!
* Decide if you want this to just be a hobby or you want to make it into something bigger. just because you make the best salsa does not mean you need to start bottle and sell it.
If the drive to pursue something bigger is there and you are willing to work hard to make your dream a reality GO FOR IT!
For more information visit: http://alicraig.com
Candy, costumes, pumpkins and excited kids all sum up Halloween! Too often however, parents are haunted with worry about lurking dangers on this otherwise festive holiday. Dr. Sheena Banerjee with AllKids Urgent Care is here with advice on how to keep your kids healthy, safe and injury free.
The Costume When purchasing costumes, make sure your kids' costumes are reflective or are easy to see. If not, you can always add reflective tape.
Masks, Make-up and More Stay away from masks that may block your child's vision. Use the right kid friendly materials for face painting and stay away from decorative contact lenses as they can cause eye irritation and reactions
Trick or Treating - Remember also the rules of the road still apply to both drivers and pedestrians on Halloween!
The Pumpkin Carving a Jack-o-lantern can be dangerous with knives and fire not being kid friendly. There are lots of alternatives for kids to help you make a festive pumpkin, such as stickers, stencils, etc.
Eat Before Treats Make sure your child has a full meal before they head out trick or treating. They will be less likely to over indulge in candy
Check All Candy Go through all candy with the kids. Toss out anything that looks tampered with, such as holes or already opened. Throw out any homemade treats, apples, etc.
For more information visit: http://mysickkid.com/
All Kids Urgent Care Locations:
AllKids Urgent Care Mesa
10720 E. Southern Ave. #112A
Mesa, AZ 85209
AllKids Urgent Care Gilbert Pediatric Urgent Care
1430 N. Cooper Rd. #101
Gilbert, AZ 85233
Pancake with Police
The 3rd Annual Rancho Solano Preparatory School (RSPS) Fall Festival: Fall Into Safety is set to bring another year of safety fun this year featuring the high-flying TNT Dunk Squad, National Academy of Outdoor Survival featuring Todd Jostes and a community fund raising breakfast, Pancakes with Police.
Fall into Safety, Sat., Oct. 17, 9am-12pm, also features rattle snakes, video games and breakfast with the real police and fire heroes of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. Local police officers will enjoy breakfast and answer questions at Pancakes with Police from 8:30-10am, with pancake proceeds benefiting 100 Club of Arizona.
Fall Into Safety occurs at the RSPS Upper School Campus, immediately north of Salt River Fields, 9180 E. Via de Ventura, at the 101 and Via de Ventura. It's FREE and open to the public.
For more information visit: www.RanchoSolano.com
Fennec Fox/ Wildlife World Zoo & Aquarium
Come see the Fennec Fox and other exotic animals at Wildlife World Zoo & Aquarium.
16501 W Northern Ave
Litchfield Park, AZ 85340