June 2017 Around Town

VOLUNTEERING: SIMPLE ACT. HUGE IMPACT.

Children are desperate for food in East Africa and southern Haiti. Christian nonprofit Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) is responding to the intense hunger crisis with 10 million additional meals, and they need your hands to pack them! All it takes is two hours. Children ages 5 and up are welcome! Volunteering changes lives for good. Be a part of turning hunger into hope this summer. Volunteer now at FMSC.org.

Kale & Clover + 
Kaleidoscope Juice

Calling all juice lovers! Kale & Clover, located at 20511 North Hayden Road—at Thompson Peak Parkway—has a new fresh pressed juice partner: Kaleidoscope Juice. The restaurant will now offer juice, cleanses and a special treat by this wildly beloved, locally founded juice purveyor.

Kale & Clover is passionate about showing customers that mindful eating can be delicious, and Kaleidoscope is the perfect extension of this mission. Kale & Clover will be the only North Scottsdale restaurant to carry this wide variety of Kaleidoscope juices, including hot yogi, trinity, turmeric flush and charcoal water. Each juice has unique ingredients that benefit the body in a particular way. In addition to these nutritious drinks, the restaurant will offer a special Kaleidoscope snack: gluten-free protein cookies, which have amassed a cultlike following. For more information, please visit KaleAndClover.com.

Daily Lunch Specials at Zen Culinary

Zen Culinary offers daily lunch specials, a great option for anyone who is hungry and on a budget. The Asian-American cuisine includes rice dishes, noodles, grilled meats, sandwiches, sashimi and more. There is surely something here for everyone for lunch, and, at only $6, it’s truly a steal!

Each day of the week will feature a different entrée: Mondays and Saturday will feature chicken pad thai Monday and Saturday, chicken fried rice Tuesday, chicken Thai basil Wednesday, pork belly ramen Thursday, spicy tuna sushi roll Friday and wok steak sandwich Sunday. The unique and flavorful menu is one you don’t want to miss. The lunch special is available daily between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. and is for dine-in only. Each lunch special is accompanied by chef’s soup of the day or a house salad. Zen Culinary is located at 15544 N. Pima Road. Visit ZenCulinary.com for more information.

New Lunch and Dinner Dishes at Z’Tejas

Bold flavors like ginger, chipotle, citrus and cilantro infuse many of the new lunch and dinner items at Z’Tejas Southwestern Grill. Inspired by the spices and food of Mexico, one of the world’s first fusion cuisines and the Southwest, Z’Tejas has created many colorful, healthy and indulgent dishes.

“We’ve launched a new lunch menu option that is packed with hearty salads, zesty tacos and juicy sandwiches,” Gary Manly, general partner at Z’Tejas restaurants, says. “Our team collaborated to create dishes that have bright flavors, delicious toppings and crave-worthy combinations.”

Some of the mouthwatering dishes include a chipotle carnitas sandwich, pesto spinach wrap, ahi ceviche stack, seared salmon salad, suiza smoked shrimp enchiladas and a center cut filet. Z’Tejas is open for lunch and dinner during the week and serves a newly launched brunch menu on Saturday and Sundays. Happy hour specials, featuring new drinks, are served from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. every night of the week and from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Z’Tejas also caters and hosts private parties and events. For more information, visit ZTejas.com.

The Rennard Strickland Collection of Western Film History

This inaugural exhibition will run from June 20, 2017, through September 30, 2018, at Western Spirit: Scottsdale’s Museum of the West. The exhibition features Western film posters, lobby cards and associated ephemera and memorabilia dating from the 1800s to the present, curated from the world’s largest—and most historically important and inclusive—collection of Western film graphic arts. The first of many planned exhibitions featuring posters and objects from the collection, it celebrates the American West, cowboys, Native Americans, the history of the movie industry, and the power of the West’s cultural legacies. It also pays tribute to Rennard Strickland (Osage/Cherokee), whose collection of more than 5,000 items was acquired in late 2016 in an education and community partnership between Western Spirit: Scottsdale’s Museum of the West and the Arizona State University Foundation for A New American University.