Thursday, October 13Posted: Updated:
Choice Career Fair
Choice Career Fairs is holding a career fair to give job seekers the opportunity to connect with local employers.
The career fair will be held on Thursday, October 13 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Renaissance Glendale Hotel and Spa, 9495 W. Coyotes Blvd. in Glendale.
Some of the employers attending this event include: Celerion, Dreamstyle remodeling, Phoenix Children’s Hospital and Walgreens Co.
Jobs will be available in Customer Service, Healthcare, Hospitality, Home Improvement and Sales.
All job seekers are welcome to attend this event to submit resumes, network and meet face-to-face with local hiring managers.
To learn more about this career fair, go to www.ChoiceCareerFairs.com.
Mesa Jobertising Fair
Hundreds of Mesa jobs are up for grabs this Thursday, October 13, 2016 at the Phoenix Marriott Mesa Hotel & Convention Center (located at 200 North Centennial Way, Mesa, AZ 85201) from 11AM to 2PM. A good portion of the featured companies will be hiring on the spot. Bring plenty of resumes and dress ready to interview.
Some of the featured companies include Cyracom Language Solutions, RENFROE, Fry's Food Stores, Nextiva, Canyon State Institute, Discount Cab, Dignity Memorial - Service Corporation International, Flight Attendant Prep Academy, Convergys, Arizona at Work, Nesco Resource, Marriott Hotels & Resorts and many more.
Attendance is free for job seekers. RSVP for free online at https://jobertising.com/CareerFair-Mesa-October-2016
Golfland's mini golf course underwent a spooky transformation this month. Check out their spooktacular mini golf, along with other attractions that are fun for the whole family.
Use the Promo code "3tv" use at golfland.com/frightnights get free mini golf game with haunted house purchase (save $8)
For more information,visit: www.golfland.com/frightnights
Golfland Fright Nights
155 West Hampton Ave, Mesa
Sonata's Restaurant and Restart Bar is opening to the public in Scottsdale on October 24th! Sonata's brings the tastes of European Cuisine to the Valley with traditional dishes inspired by Lithuanian, German, Polish, Hungarian, Ukrainian, Russian, Spanish, French, Irish and other European cuisines. Restart Bar offers healthy juices, smoothies, grab-and-go meals, and a breadth of European pastries, cookies and decadent milkshakes.
The happy hour menu runs from 3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m., and Sonata's nightlife atmosphere features live entertainment Thursday through Saturday with reverse happy hour from 11:00 p.m.-1:00 a.m. Restaurant hours are Monday-Friday 11:00 a.m.-1:00 a.m.; Saturday 10:00 a.m.-1:00 a.m. and Sunday 10:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m.
For more, visit: www.sonatasrestaurant.com or on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Sonatas-Restaurant-2007868542772475/?fref=nf
Address: 10050 N Scottsdale Rd #127, Scottsdale, AZ 85253
Cross Streets: Gold Dust and Scottsdale Road
Hives Healing PTSD Vets
On Thursday, October 13, more than 20 area Home Depot associates will partner with Arizona Heroes to Hometowns to build storage for bee hives as part of a new program. Hives Healing Heroes aims to help veterans with PTSD and other injuries through beekeeping. Beekeeping and similar hobbies can help veterans develop coping mechanisms.
Hives Healing Heroes will pair veterans with mentors who will help them set up their hives and care for bees. Veterans can set them up on their property or utilize space at a community garden.
This local volunteer project is part of the company's annual Celebration of Service campaign, a nationwide effort led by Team Depot, The Home Depot's associate-led volunteer force, to give back to veterans between September 1 and Veterans Day. In addition to Team Depot's efforts, The Home Depot Foundation is pledging to grow its commitment to veteran-related causes to a quarter of a billion dollars by 2020.
Throughout the campaign Team Depot is inviting consumers to 'celebrate service' on social media. For each social media action The Home Depot Foundation will donate $1, up to $500,000, between September 1 and Veterans Day to organizations that help veterans including: Meals on Wheels America, Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation, Student Veterans of America, Team Rubicon and Volunteers of America.
On Twitter and Instagram
People can celebrate service by sharing a photo of giving back in their own communities or honoring a service member on Twitter and Instagram, and use the hashtag #ServiceSelfie. For each #ServiceSelfie shared during Celebration of Service, The Home Depot Foundation will donate $1 toward the $500,000 goal.
On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/teamdepot/
The Team Depot Facebook page will highlight one of these partners throughout Celebration of Service. Comments and shares of these spotlight posts will also equal $1 toward the $500,000.
The Garden Guy: Planting desert wild flowers
Around this time of year, the nights are cool and the days are warm and that means it's time to seed our homes with desert wildflowers. They survive in our soils with little water. Once established, a lot of desert wildflowers reseed themselves readily and are a great way to add spring and fall colors with little or no work. There are approximately 90 species of desert wildflowers, a lot of which are used for attracting birds and butterflies. They also attract a lot of beneficial insects that will help with pollination and pest control, which keeps with my philosophy of staying organic. Throwing wildflowers into parts of your yard that feel empty, garden areas, or in your front yard. They will grow virtually anywhere. Things to consider when planting wildflowers are finding an area with full sun, prepare your soil by loosening the soil to approximately 6-8 inches and then rake the soil smooth, removing the dirt clods. Once the soil is loose, mix your seeds with a little sand start to cast the seeds onto the surface of the soil. Rake the seeds into the soil, making sure these seeds are covered with 1/8 to Â¼ inch of soil. Start watering the seeds 3 to 4 times weekly until the seeds surface, then cut back the water to 1 time per week. You may need to cover your wildflowers with netting to keep the birds off until they are established. Some wildflowers to consider are desert marigolds, California poppies, gaillardia, penstemon, and Shirley poppies
Actor Billy Bob Thornton stars in "Goliath"
Actor Billy Bob Thornton takes to the small screen as the lead in a legal drama made for Amazon, called "Goliath." The series follows a down-and-out lawyer (Thornton) as he seeks redemption in a legal system where the scales of justice are weighed toward the rich and powerful.
For more information: https://www.amazon.com/Goliath-Season-1/dp/B01J4SR91G
Kevin Hart's new movie "What Now" opens Oct 14th
Funnyman Kevin Hart has a new movie "What Now" opens in theatres, tomorrow, Friday, Oct 14th. The movie, from Universal Pictures, couples Kevin's standup routine, along with James Bond type plot twists, featuring Halle Berry and Don Cheadle.
For more information: KevinHartWhatNow.com
Valley "The Voice" contestant Blaine Long performs original song
Chandler resident Blaine Long appears on this season of "The Voice." After three judges turned their chairs for him, he picked Team Blake. With nine albums already under his belt, Long hopes to make it to the end.
National Pizza Month- Sauce Pizza
In honor of National Pizza Month, we're hosting our annual build-your-own pizza contest. We are inviting guests to submit their favorite pizza recipe. You can submit your recipe in the stores or online on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/saucepizzaandwine through next Monday (Oct. 17). If your pizza is chosen, it will be added to our menu through November, and for every purchase, $1 will go to a charity of your choice. The winner will also get a $200 gift card and bragging rights for life!
7 Valley locations and are actually opening our eighth this weekend in the East Valley, at Gilbert Rd and the 202. You can find more information and our locations on www.saucepizzaandwine.com.