The Fred Mitchim Band will play live at the Mountain View Pub Cave Creek AZ April 14th 2018 6-10. Fred Mitchim will play sets of his original Texas blues - rock blues songs with image provoking lyrics and SRV like guitar solos. Click the image for more and audio samples.
PLEASE SEE LINKS AT BOTTOM OF HIS PAGE FOR MORE
This month's Trunk Show is April 13 & 14th and features prominent jewelry artist, Geoffrey Brown. Geoffrey is from Prescott and does amazing work! He has been designing and manufacturing jewelry since the 1970's. He loves the ornate designs of the Art Nouveau period and you can see those same flowing lines in most of his designs. Geoffrey's work has been sold in Saks Fifth Avenue, the Phippen Museum and worn by movie stars and to White House events! He works in gold or silver and can design something for you, so if you have some stones you need set or a piece of jewelry made, bring it in during the Trunk Show and he can work with you to make you something special! Don't miss it, this is going to be special! Here are a few designs you could see at the show!
Come to Cave Creek to the Stagecoach Village and hear these young musicians ROCK! This yearly event features musical youth from the area playing amazing music.
This Saturday check out Fred Mitchim at Local Jonny's Jan 27th Cave Creek Arizona.
The Carefree Fine Art & Wine Festival features more than 155 juried fine artisans from throughout the United States and abroad. Artists will participate displaying paintings in oil, watercolor, pastel, acrylic, and ink; impressive small, medium and life-sized sculptures, sparkling hand blown glass, clay, metal, stone, wood, bronze, one-of-kind handcrafted jewelry, beautiful photography and much more!
This festival also combines fine art and fine craft with an elaborate collection of domestic and imported wines for tasting. For $10, patrons will receive an engraved souvenir wine glass with six tasting tickets; allowing them to enjoy their magnificent wine, while strolling through over 5,000 pieces of original artwork, all while the soothing sounds of live music float through the air.
The festival will take place in downtown Carefree, at the corner of Easy and Ho Hum streets. Hours are 10am to 5pm each day. Admission is $3.00 and free for Carefree residents. Parking is free all weekend. All together, this event promises to be a weekend to forever remember. January 20 Time: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
January 13-21 in our neighboring town of N Scottsdale
Established in 1971 and headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, Barrett-Jackson, The World's Greatest Collector Car Auctions®, is the leader in collector car auctions and automotive lifestyle events.
Barrett-Jackson specializes in providing products and services to astute classic and collector car owners and automotive enthusiasts around the world. Barrett-Jackson produces The World's Greatest Collector Car Auctions® in Scottsdale, Arizona; Palm Beach, Florida; the Northeast at Connecticut's Mohegan Sun and Las Vegas, Nevada, where hundreds of the most sought-after, unique and valuable automobiles cross the block in front of a global audience.
2018 features a charity car lineup you won’t believe! www.barrett-jackson.com for events details.
These things are AMAZING!! They are our NEW Saddleback signature chocolates. We just had these made with our premium olive oils and they come in the above four flavors. You gotta come give them a try!!
Don't forget to come stock up on all our goodies and get those points for your American Express cards!! Whoo hoo!! While you're here, grab those Christmas gifts while we got them!! They go fast!!
Christmas will be here before we know it!! We're ready for you!! Come and get'em! :)
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"We would love for you come in and visit with us, but if you are out of town, you can still enjoy by ordering our excellent product line – online! Just head to our online store to click and stock your shelves with specialty goods from the Cave Creek Olive Oil Company. If you are in Cave Creek drop by, relax and enjoy some classic western charm and friendly customer service while tasting our premium olive oils and balsamic vinegars."
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Jennifer has displayed her work at the Hidden in the Hills show for many years, however, this year she will be showing her work exclusively at Etania! She specializes in Sterling Silver jewelry. Each piece is hand forged and infused with positive energy and intentions. Her jewelry is not only visually attractive but connects with buyers on an emotional level.
Jennifer's "Connection Collections" focus on universal messages that can be interpreted individually. She hopes that when you wear a piece of her jewelry, the intention will resonate into your conscious thought and it will improve the world around you. Not a bad thing to have in this crazy world these days!
Please come in and see us. Jennifer will be in the store from 3-5 pm today and tomorrow, as well as next Friday and Saturday. She will be giving away a pendant, so please remember to register for that, as well!
Cave Creek Live thanks our Veterans. Enjoy this beautiful day and celebrate the freedom held strong by our veterans.
A signature event of our non-profit Sonoran Arts League, this year’s 21st Annual Hidden in the Hills Studio Tour features 174 artists in 44 studio locations throughout the scenic Desert Foothills communities of Cave Creek, Carefree and North Scottsdale!
Download a free map or customize your tour using our interactive map-building program!
Or, come pick up a Hidden in the Hills Artist Directory for just $5 at the League’s new Center for the Arts,
7100 E. Cave Creek Rd., Suite 144, at Stagecoach Village in Cave Creek.
Then tour artist studios from 10 am to 5 pm the last two weekends of November,
Friday through Sunday, Nov. 17-19 and Nov. 24-26! Admission is free!
Watch artists create their original pieces, and get inspired by a mix of vibrant colors,
earthy textures and a range of styles ranging from Western to whimsical!
Whether you’re a seasoned collector or you’re looking to find the perfect holiday gift
of fine art, this free, self-guided tour is not to be missed!
Explosive live western action: ONE DAY ONLY! with the award winning stunt team of Six Gun Entertainment. Come meet the outlaws of the west as they bring to life their tales from the trail.
Meet the actors, actresses and stuntmen from the western movie COPPER WIND. Get your autographed DVD and feel the fury as you travel back in time with SIX GUN ENTERTAINMENT!
Children dressed in costumes excitedly running door to door to trick-or-treat, festive decorations like glowing jack-o-lanterns, paper ghosts and dried cornstalks adorning front porches – these are some of the classic hallmarks of Halloween that make the holiday special for kids and adults alike.
Everyone wants to have a safe and happy Halloween for themselves, their guests and especially their children. Using safety tips and some common sense can help you make the most of your Halloween season, keeping it as enjoyable for your kids as it is for you! There are lots of simple ways to help keep yourself safe on Halloween, when accidents and injuries are more likely to occur.
The excitement of children and adults at this time of year can sometimes make them not as careful as they would normally be. By keeping Halloween a fun, safe and happy holiday for you and your kids, you'll look forward to many happy years of Halloween fun! By keeping good memories for your kids, they'll be more likely to carry on the traditions that you have taught to them with their own families one day!
To avoid the many dangers children face while trick or treating, use common sense. Be aware of potential Halloween hazards and take precautions to eliminate them. From all of the ghouls and goblins here at Cave Creek Live, we wish for you and yours a spooky, enjoyable and most importantly safe Halloween holiday.
Don't miss this years featured Town of Cave Creek Event: Taste of Cave Creek October 18 & 19 in Stagecoach Village!
Annual "Winter RoundUp II" is here. Book your tickets early and come enjoy the fun. New location, New Vendors, Great Food and Fun for the whole family. Live Music by "Pick O' The Litter", Food Cooked by Lootnbootybbq, Dirty Tequila, and much more!
Online auction will help feed hungry in need
Proceeds to benefit Foothills Food Bank & Resource Center
Cave Creek, Arizona – On Friday, October 20, 2017, the annual Foothills Empty Bowls Lunch & Art Auction 2017 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, this year the organization is adding a new feature to its Empty Bowls event. The online auction will be on the food bank’s website, foothillsfoodbank.com, which gives people the opportunity to bid on 60 fine art and craft items donated by renowned local artists.
“We are excited to offer this 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, but this year we will take Empty Bowls to a new level with the online auction.”
Carole Perry, who created the festival in the northern desert foothills more than 17 years ago, says online bidding will begin September 20 and be available to bidders throughout the celebration. Perry 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 2017 is sponsored by the Sonoran Arts League, Harold’s Corral, Marjon Ceramics and Laguna Clay. Other donors are Saguaro and Cactus Shadows High School students, Paradise Valley Community College ceramics students and local potters and artists who make and donate the bowls and auction items.
For more information, call 480.488.1145. Proceeds benefit the Foothills Food Bank & Resource Center. Harold’s Corral is located at 6895 E. Cave Creek Road.
Cave Creek, Arizona – On Saturday, October 28, 2017, from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM, the public is invited to participate in the sixth annual Shred-A-Thon. The shredding event will be held at the Mariachi Plaza, which is located at 7171 East Cave Creek Road. Donations of cash, food and gift cards will benefit Foothills Food Bank & Resource Center. The event is being sponsored by Carefree, Ariz.-based Gustafson & Associates, an accounting and tax business.
The Foothills Food Bank and Resource Center provides emergency food, financial assistance and other life necessities and resources to individuals and families in the desert foothills, which encompasses a 180-square mile area that includes Black Canyon City, Cave Creek, Carefree, Anthem, Desert Hills, New River, north Scottsdale and north Phoenix.
LIBRARY FEATURE EVENT
Saturday and Sunday, November 25and 26
Nativities of the World Exhibit
LIBRARY FEATURE EVENT
Thursday, November 30, 10:30 -11:30 a.m.
Judith: Changing Views of a Jewish Hero
We will look at paintings, sculptures and other depictions of the Orthodox Christian Old Testament story of Judith and Holofernes, from the 1100s to the present time, to see how different the same story can be in the hands of different artists. Sometimes the differences are due to changing styles through art history and sometimes they are due to changing views of women. Presented by Lisa Spahr, docent of The Phoenix Art Museum. Register: 480-488-2286.
Cave Creek's launch into fall season event...The Horny Toad's birthday! Saturday September 23rd 11 to 4pm. Drink Specials, Live Music, Great Food!
Sonoran Arts League plans grand opening
New Center for the Arts opens to the public. Saturday, September 16
Cave Creek, Arizona – The Sonoran Arts League, which promotes art, artists and art education through leadership and service in the northern desert foothills, will host an arts-filled grand opening free event on Saturday, September 16, 2017 from 4-7 PM at its new home in Stagecoach Village (The Center for the Arts), which is located at 7100 E. Cave Creek Road, 144, in Cave Creek, Ariz., 85331.
According to Sonoran Arts League executive director Pat Bell-Demers, the new Center for the Arts will showcase art education programs, local artists, gallery, free art library, after school classes for youth, workshops and amazing art for sale.
“We are excited to share our art destination with Arizona residents, visitors and guests,” says Bell-Demers. “The League’s Center for the Arts is a destination where people can join a workshop or open studio, learn a new artistic skill and support the power of art as it enriches life and builds valuable skills.”
During the grand opening, guests will tour the center, enjoy art demonstrations, entertainment, face painting and art activities for children, and experience fantastic food from Indigo Crow and the newly opened Creekers Beer & Crab Shack in Stagecoach Village.
”The center is the best creative resource around and offers people a venue where they can learn, purchase, view, experience and taste the visual arts,” adds Bell-Demers. “It’s right in line with our mission and we’re looking forward to enhancing collaborations with community partners through unique public art events.“
In addition, the grand opening event will feature the many outreach programs of the Sonoran Arts League and a number of exhibits and upcoming art shows, including youth art created at the center and information on the League’s free veterans art program, among other exhibits.
Rock the District announces musicians for Shake the Lake
Bartlett Marina event to feature some of the Southwest’s top teen performers
2017, Cave Creek, Arizona – Rock the District’s renown teen performers will Shake the Lake on Saturday, September 23 from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM. The starring performers are:
• Big Spill
• Carissa Canto
• House of Noise
• Lauren Bizzell
• Promise to Myself
• Sophie Louis
• The Undecided
Admission to the lake concert event is $10, which includes all entertainment – the incredible music, a water slide, dunk tank, water balloon splash and demonstrations. For $50, participants receive a VIP package that encompasses all of the above, lunch from the full restaurant menu and a chance to learn how to wake surf with a pro trainer from Cactus Wake.
During the day-long festivities, visitors will enjoy the following several bands (performers to be announced), soloists and duos on a rockin’ mobile hydraulic shaded stage next to the restaurant that will shake guests in a positive way. In addition to fantastic music, guests will enjoy great food and drink specials at Bartlett’s new restaurant, The Last Stop/Bartlett Marina Grill, water balloons, wake surfing, a dunk tank and big water slide.
TO DONATE TO RELIEF EFFORTS
The most effective way to support disaster survivors in their recovery is to donate money and time to trusted, reputable, voluntary or charitable organizations.
Cash donations offer voluntary agencies and faith-based organizations the most flexibility to address urgently developing needs. With cash in hand, these organizations can obtain needed resources nearer to the disaster location. This inflow of cash also pumps money back into the local economy and helps local businesses recover faster.
Please do not donate unsolicited goods such as used clothing, miscellaneous household items, medicine, or perishable foodstuffs at this time. When used personal items are donated, the helping agencies must redirect their staff away from providing direct services to survivors in order to sort, package, transport, warehouse, and distribute items that may not meet the needs of disaster survivors.
Donate through a trusted organization. At the national level, many voluntary-, faith- and community-based organizations are active in disasters, and are trusted ways to donate to disaster survivors. Individuals, corporations, and volunteers, can learn more about how to help on the National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (NVOAD) website.
In addition to the national members, The Texas Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (Texas VOAD) has a list of vetted disaster relief organizations providing services to survivors. Texas VOAD represents more than three dozen faith-based, community, nonprofit and non-governmental organizations.
Rockers, Ronnie Winters, Ivan Harshman & Gary Bruzzes play a benefit concert in Cave Creek September 17th for the Phoenix Children's Hospital. Sponsored by Kiwanis of Carefree
Blue Öyster Cult & Kenny Wayne Shepherd in Cottonwood!
Tickets ONLY 10$ !!! and are sold at the gate only. National Act shows are held at The Freedom Bird Entertainment Park and Campground. Concert Passes $10 Per Person for all shows. Weekend Bike Passes $10 includes all concerts and bike parking.
Friday, September 15, 2017
Kenny Wayne Shepherd
Saturday, September 16, 2017
Blue Öyster Cult