Wednesday, July 6

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Superstition Farm

Upcoming "So you want to be a Farmer" Farm Camp (2 upcoming sessions: first starts July 11th and another July 18th.

Baby horse rescue, farm camp activity, making butter, ice cream truck with kids, farm animals, hay ride, tractor driving, dairy farm, baby chickens just hatched, GIANT Slip & Slide (100 feet long)

For more information visit:

Superstition Farm
Address: 3440 S Hawes Rd, Mesa, AZ 85212
Phone: (602) 432-6865

Superstition Farm Kids Camps
Next one starting July 11th
Register at 

Local Love: State 48 Brewery

State 48 Brewery is a locally owned family business. The Rana family has lived in Arizona for 19 years, with extended family living here since the 1980's. We own two other restaurants, on being il Capo Pizzeria in Scottsdale. The Other restaurant is called Angela's Kitchen, which is located in Sun City Grand. State 48 Brewery is a full scale brewery and restaurant. We will be brewing 10 beers. We will have 5 regular, flagship beers and 5 rotating specialty beers. We have a wood fired pizza oven and will be serving pizza along with a full menu. We are focusing on a farm to table theme throughout the beer and food. Most of our product for the menu will be sourced from local farms and ranches. The menu will be done seasonally, with a focus on what is in season and at its peak.

For more information visit:

State 48 Brewery 13823 W. Bell rd. Surprise, AZ 85374 

The Wildlife World Zoo-South American Toucan
South American Toucan gets its name because it has curly head feathers as adults. The crown feathers are glossy and look and feel like plastic. They are a non-migratory bird and can live in the same tree their entire lives. Both males and females will incubate the egg and rear the young.

They nest in the hollows of trees usually made by a woodpecker. Their beak is hollow and has little crushing power as adults they eats mainly fruit and occasional insects.

The Wildlife World Zoo is located at 16501 W. Northern Ave. in Litchfield Park.
For more information on all the zoo's exciting attractions and events, call 623-935-WILD or check out their website

I Am We

Originating from Phoenix, AZ, IAMWE has connected with audiences through their deep love ballads and hard hitting dance grooves. Live shows are an experience in energy and positivity. And this Friday, July 8th, IAMWE will be live at Valley Bar.

For more information visit their website:

Live at Valley Bar
130 N Central Ave, Phoenix, Arizona 85004
(602) 368-3121

Tickets online:

Fried Chicken Day

After you've had your fill of Fourth of July fare, it's time to celebrate another American staple--chicken. That's right, July 6th is National Fried Chicken Day, a day when fried chicken lovers across the Valley hit up their favorite restaurants to get down on their favorite version of this guilty pleasure.
One finger licking plate that is a must try on this holiday is Jewel's award winning gluten-free chicken and waffles. Julie Moreno, owner of Jewel's Bakery and Cafe has been winning over the hearts (and stomachs) of local patrons with this homemade recipe.
For more information visit:

Address: 4041 E Thomas Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85018
Hours: Open today 7AM to3PM
Phone: (602) 714-5243

Music Therapy-The Secret Language of the Heart

Barry Goldstein is not only a talented musician, he's also a great communicator who gives you step-by-step instructions on how to use sound to feel more focused, relaxed and creative, and happier overall. I highly recommend it. "

Barry Back Ground Info journey from Grammy with Les Paul to writing "The Secret Language of the Heart" 

Research on how music is being used medically (Anxiety, Depression Sleep, Alzheimer's,)
Becoming the D.J. Of your Life- Utilizing Playlists to improve mood, health and quality of life

See Barry Speak on September 24th
See Barry Speak at Celebrate Your Life November 4th -7th

HPV Vaccine

According to the National Cancer Institute, about 14 million new genital Human Papillomaviruses (pap-ee-oh-ma-viruses), or commonly known as HPV occur each year in the United States. HPV infections are the most common sexually transmitted infections in the United States and unfortunately, several of these high-risk HPV's can cause cancer. 

  • Females between 9 and 26 years of age typically get the HPV vaccine.
  • High risk HPVs can cause several types of cancer including cervical cancer, anal cancer, throat cancer. 
  • Anyone sexually active or with a partner who is sexually active can get HPV. Both men and women do get it, with women at a higher risk than men.
  • Some doctors are not seeing a high number of patients getting the vaccine to prevent HPV which was approved by the FDA. The FDA approved three vaccines for use including Gardasil, Gardasil 9, and Cervarix. These vaccines are only used to prevent new HPV infections.  
  • Correct and constant condom use can also be associated with reducing the spread of HPV.

Banner University Medical Center Phoenix Women's Center: (602) 839-4915 or go to