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Salvation Army prepares to feed 7,000 people for Christmas Dinner event
The Salvation Army is hosting their annual Christmas Dinner at the Phoenix Convention Center-South Building on Christmas Day. More than 5,000 are expected and another 2,200 meals will be delivered to those home-bound throughout the Valley. Guests will also enjoy live entertainment, arts, crafts and games, free long distance phone calls, haircuts and much more.
Sunday, December 25 from 9:30 AM- 2:00 PM
(Dinner served at 11:30 AM)
For more information, visit: www.salvationarmyphoenix.org
Phoenix Convention Center--South Building
100 N. Third Street, Phoenix, Arizona 85004
Celebrate Hanukkah at Mazelpalooza!
The 18th annual Mazelpalooza is the biggest gathering and fundraiser for the young adult Jewish community in Phoenix. The event raises money to support the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix Annual Campaign.
Mazekpalooza will be held at Maya Day and Night Club. For more on tickets and event information, visit: www.Mazelpalooza.org
Maya Day and Night Club
7333 E Indian Plaza, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Cross Streets: Scottsdale Rd and Camelback Rd
Spend Christmas Day in a go kart!
Don't know how to keep the kids busy on Christmas Day? Octane Raceway will be open from noon to 8pm!
Open from noon to 8pm on Christmas Day
- 45mph go-karts, 1/3-mile track, arcade and mini-bowling make for a memorable Christmas
- Also a great place to take the kids during holiday break
- Toy drive for Andrea's closet bring in a toy and get $10 off 2 races
- Also open Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve
Christmas Eve 10am- 6pm
Christmas Day Noon- 8pm
New Year's Eve 10am- Midnight
New Year's Day 10am- 8pm
For more information, visit: www.OctaneRaceway.com
9119 E Talking Stick Way, Scottsdale, AZ 85250
Tara at the Movies: "Why Him?"
For more information on this movie visit: http://www.foxmovies.com/movies/why-him
To see reviews and behind the scenes segments visit: http://www.taraontv.com/video.html
New Year's Eve jewelry trends
New Year's Eve is a time for unabashed celebration, and definitely the time to bring out your most stunning statement jewelry. Don't be shy, the blingier the better! Al Molina is here with the jewels you might see for the season, or might want to ask Santa for this holiday. We check out the hottest trends in everything that glitters and shimmers.
Gold is the unofficial color of New Year's Eve. Yellow gold bracelets, necklaces, and oversized earrings pack a stylish punch that reflects the exuberance and excitement of the night.
All that glitters are not gold; consider diamonds, too! A glamorous pair of chandelier drop earrings lights up the face, perfect for photo opportunities throughout the night. Drop earrings range in size, from delicate, relatively understated styles, through to oversized, opulent pieces that characterize an ensemble.
Colorful Cocktail Rings:
The perfect accompaniment for your champagne toast, a colorful gemstone cocktail ring adds a dose of vibrant playfulness to any look. Whether to complement the colors in your dress, or to bring a dash of vivid luxury to a black and white outfit, cocktail rings are always a dazzling choice. Rich red rubies and green emeralds express vintage opulence, while a rainbow of garnet, tourmaline and other semi-precious stones can have a thoroughly modern appeal.
For more information, visit: http://www.molinafinejewelers.com/designstudio
3134 East Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85016
Phone (602) 955-2055 By Appointment Only
Fiesta Bowl Parade features the APS Volunteer Clown Troupe
We are gearing up for the 46th Annual Fiesta Bowl Parade, which will be televised live on 3TV Saturday Dec 31st. And, one of the many acts you'll see along the parade route is the APS Volunteer Clown Troupe. They join us for a visit and show us a few of the tricks they'll have up their sleeve for the parade, which begins at 10 a.m. The Fiesta Bowl will begin at 5 p.m. at University of Phoenix Stadium featuring Clemson vs Ohio.
For more information, visit: www.fiestabowl.org