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Posts from October 2014

Wednesday, October 29, 2014 11:00 AM

Perfect Southwestern Recipes for Fall

Fall is here and what better way to celebrate than spending some time in the kitchen creating something delicious for your friends and family to enjoy? Here in Mesa, fall means gorgeous weather, outdoor activities, patio dining, and so much more. The recipes below have a little bit of pumpkin, a little spice with some Southwestern flare. So while you plan your next trip to Mesa, indulge in these delicious desert flavors right from your own home.      Mining Camp Grilled Salmon  Southwest cuisine is not always spicy, salsa, or involve a tortilla.The  Mining Camp

The Vistas Pavilion   At 1800 feet above the valley, you can enjoy an extraordinary culinary dining experience surrounded by awe-inspiring views of the mountains, desert, fairways and Phoenix city lights all at  Las Sendas Golf Club .     Check out LIVE...at Las Sendas at the  Vistas Pavilion . There are 8 evening shows with live musical talent recruited from our very own Phoenix Valley held throughout the year. Each event will feature their Chef's Grand Buffet Dinner including: carved beef, seafood, chicken, fish, pasta, salads, charcuterie, cheese platters

On Saturday, Oct. 25, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 26, from noon to 5 p.m., the Mesa Arts Center campus will host a celebration of the memory of departed loved ones with the  Ninth Annual Dia de los Muertos Festival.     This  FREE festival will offer a nonstop schedule of live entertainment, participatory children's activities, a wide variety of food options, studio demonstrations, and a Mercado Marketplace, featuring traditional and contemporary merchandise, jewelry, and Mexican arts and crafts from over thirty local artisans and vendors. In the spirit of

Wednesday, October 1, 2014 1:32 PM

Wild West Adventures at Fort McDowell

Adjacent to Mesa in the northeast Valley you will find the  Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation . This treasured community is a 40-square mile reservation representing the ancestral territory of the once nomadic Yavapai Tribe. Flowing through the reservation is the Verde River, whose calm waters serve as the life source for the surrounding lush desert vegetation, not to mention Fort McDowell Farm. The Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation is home to several unique tourist offerings within close proximity of Mesa's borders. To learn more about the Nation and their many enterprises, visit