Thursday, April 24, 2014

Arizona District 6: News & Events Phoenix City Councilman DiCiccio

This Saturday is the 10th Annual Pat’s Run where we celebrate the long-lasting legacy and heroism of Pat Tillman. Good luck to everyone who is running. Here are the news and events for this week. 
Phoenix Honors Nonprofit Agencies and Businesses for Strengthening Neighborhoods --The City will celebrate Community Development Week by honoring nonprofit agencies and businesses that have supported and used Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds in an exemplary manner. Neighborhood Services Department will host the awards ceremony at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, April 30, at St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance, 3003 W. Thomas Road, University of Phoenix Community Room. 
Western American Art on Display at Sky Harbor -- The American West of the 19th century has seduced and intrigued people for more than 100 years and now visitors to Phoenix Sky Harbor can be captivated by this genre with “The Enduring American Legend” art exhibition on display in the gallery in Terminal 4, level 3. 
Red, White & Beautiful – Thursday May 8th – 5:30pm at Foothills Golf Course. Ladies can pamper themselves, enjoy a fashion show, and buy accessories all to support Red, White and Boom’s Independence Day fireworks show. Tickets are $10 advance, $20 at door, and vendor’s tables are available. 
Ahwatukee Community Chorus – Friday, May 2nd -- 7pm at Desert Foothills United Methodist Church. Experience the season-ending concert of this community semi-professional, co-ed adult chorus. Information at 480-442-7324 or at 
Sunshine Oven Workshops -- Saturday, May 3 & 17 -- 9:00am-2:00pm at the Shemer Art Center and Museum. Get ready to cook your wonderful casseroles, roasts, baked dishes, breads, cakes, and desserts during our hot summer! Build and paint your own oven in a fun 4-hour workshop. Cost for the workshop is $100. 
Chihuly After Dark – Every Saturday thru May 17th -- 8pm-Midnight. The Desert Botanical Garden Chihuly exhibit goes dark with live DJs and cash bars. Every night there are different attractions such as LED hoop dancers, stargazing by ASU Astronomy Department or glow in the dark face paint. 
My best to you and your family,

Sal DiCiccio
City of Phoenix
Councilman, District 6