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GET OUT OF THE HEAT! Cave Creek Olive Oil Company celebrates its four-year anniversary here in Cave Creek! Come visit them and get out of the heat and in to try some tasty vinegars and Olive oils!
“Balsamic vinegars and olive oils are heart healthy foods,” says owner Martha Bates. “Balsamic vinegars help to balance blood sugar, and aid in digestion. Olive oils help reduce the risk of heart disease, blood pressure, arthritis, osteoporosis, diabetes and obesity. In addition, they help keep the heart young and are good for the skin. We want to celebrate good health and excellent specials with customers by giving back for our many years of success in Cave Creek.”
Cave Creek Olive Oil Company, which is located at 6201 E. Cave Creek Road, can be reached at 480.595.3157. Orders can be made through the company’s website at www.cavecreekoliveoil.com.
October 19 2018
Online auction will help feed hungry in need. Proceeds to benefit Foothills Food Bank & Resource Center.
Cave Creek, Arizona – Friday, October 19, 2018, the annual Foothills Empty Bowls Lunch & Art Auction to honor World Hunger Day will be held at Harold’s Corral, Ariz., in Cave Creek, from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM. The event is sponsored by Sonoran Arts League of Cave Creek, Ariz. According to Pam DiPietro, executive director of Foothills Food Bank, an online auction will be on the food bank’s website, foothillsfoodbank.com, giving people the opportunity to bid on 100 fine art and craft items donated by members and friends of the Sonoran Arts League.
“We are excited to offer the auction online so people who support this worthy cause can spend the quality time they need to research the bid items,’ says DiPietro. “This has always been an amazing event with a great turnout. The online art auction begins September 4, 2018 and the artwork will be present for viewing during lunch with the auction closing at 1:00 PM.”
Carole Perry, who created the festival in the northern desert foothills more than 19 years ago, says 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the Foothills Food Bank & Resource Center, and will support its ongoing effort to provide emergency food and services to area families in need of assistance.
Lunch will be served in handmade ceramic or glass bowls. Individuals are encouraged to donate $15 to the cause and select their own unique bowl made by Arizona artists, and keep it as a lasting reminder of world hunger.
The Foothills Empty Bowls & Art Auction 2018 is sponsored by the Sonoran Arts League, Harold’s Corral and Tech4Life. Other donors include Saguaro and Cactus Shadows High School students, Arizona Clay, Sonoran Trails MS and Paradise Valley Community College ceramics students and local potters and artists who make and donate the bowls and auction items.
For more information, call 480.488.6070. Proceeds benefit the Foothills Food Bank & Resource Center. Harold’s Corral is located at 6895 E. Cave Creek Road.
Have lunch, buy art, feed the hungry and keep the bowl.
Filiberto’s Cave Creek debuts Sassy Summer menu firsts... Homemade Mexican food offered at super summer prices through August 31, 2018 at Filiberto’s Cave Creek.
• The Fili Salad: a tasty combination of lettuce, spinach, tomatoes, ham, grilled chicken, red cabbage, shrimp, sliced carrots and croutons for only $5.50
• A bean and cheese burrito with refried beans and cheese for just $3.50
• Mini taco madness: five mini tacos filled to the brim and a medium soda for only $7.99 (choice of one meat)
• Carne asada fries: French fries blended with guacamole, cheese, sour cream and carne asada for just $9
• Super nachos: a large platter of taco chips smothered in beans, sour cream, cheese, pico de gallo, guacamole and carne asada, all for $7.99
Filiberto’s Cave Creek, owned by parent restaurant holding company Montex, is located at 31414 N. Cave Creek Road. The hours of operation are Monday-Thursday and Sunday from 6 AM to 11 PM and Friday and Saturday, from 6 AM-12 PM. 480.488.3624.
Discover where your creativity will take you. Join the Sonoran Arts League, the Gallery at el el Pedregal, and the Boulders Resort and Spa for an art walk through the Pedregal Center featuring artwork in six galleries, featured artist demonstrations, and a chance to mingle with other art enthusiasts.
Every Friday, 4-7 pm, free
The Sonoran Arts League has teamed up with The Boulders Resort and Spa to create The Gallery at el Pedregal. The collaborate effort between the Sonoran Arts League and The Boulders Resort and Spa features one-of-a-kind fine art from Sonoran Arts League artists in a variety of mediums.
Featuring a new rotation of artwork and artists every four months, The Gallery always offers something new and unique. Guests may also visit other associate galleries throughout the elPedregal Center to view even more fine art: Agave Gallery, Mesquite Gallery, Juniper Gallery, Tohono Gallery and Palo Verde Gallery (located in the Palo Verde Restaurant at the Boulders Resort). Additionally, Artists in Residence are in The Gallery daily to speak with guests and demonstrate their techniques.
Rotation of artwork occurs:
March - June, July - October, and November - February
Cave Creek, Arizona. From bikers to cowboys to golfers, musicians & artists, Cave Creek has it all. Cave Creek was founded in the mid 1870's as a mining town and camp for the U.S. Cavalry and has maintained its western charm ever since. Cave Creek locals or "Creekers" hold its western history and culture very dear. The town slogan is "Where the Wild West Lives." With a past full of gun fights, indian wars, and mining and a present that maintains the old west through western saloons and western themed restaurants, and retail stores, its rodeo events, lively biker events, and growing live music scene, Cave Creek has earned this title and maintains it 24/7, 365 days a year. Cave Creek Live celebrates the uniqueness of Cave Creek and keeps you updated on its lively events. Visit our pages often for the latest updates about everything in Cave Creek, Arizona, and the surrounding area.
Located just north of Phoenix in the foothills of Black Mountain, Skull Mesa and Elephant Butte, Cave Creek is the place to visit for a walk back into time, into a "living" western town, not a tourist trap roadside attraction but for an exciting venture into the place "Where the Wild West Lives".
Known affectionately as Kiwani, the splash pad is open to all ages and adds excitement to Carefree’s town core. Be sure to join your Kiwanis friends in bringing life to this amazing water feature.
In and around Cave Creek there is a growing little music "scene" around musicians playing at local venues and keeping alive the live music tradition. Cave Creek Live works with many of the venues to help facilitate this and with the musicians to help grow this energy. Cave Creek Live supports all live music but really puts an emphasis on original music being written in our region. Please support your local musicians and go see live music. We feature many shows here in our featured Cave Creek events section, video and audio from local artists and will be bringing you Cave Creek Live sponsored live music events, listings and calendars in 2018! Please hit contact on this site and send us your band links and we may feature your original music, band profile etc. as well as connect you with events. GO SEE LIVE MUSIC!