Arizona’s only indoor Fourth of July celebration is returning to WestWorld. This year features All-Star Stunt Dog Challenges, as seen on Ellen and NatGeo Wild; Stunt Masters BMX Shows; pony rides and more. The larger-than-life event delivers a patriotic playdate of interactive games, food and family entertainment—all within the 300,000-square-foot fully air-conditioned Tony Nelssen Equestrian Center and culminating with fireworks at 9 p.m.
An awesome way to stay cool and celebrate with the family this Fourth of July inside WestWorld of Scottsdale. There will be activities such as Stunt Master's BMX Shows, pony rides, a fireworks show, food, rides and more. You surely won’t want to miss out! For tickets and information, visit Scottsdale4th.com or call 866.977.6849.
Come and play Scrabble, chess, cards and other fun activities from 9 a.m. to noon. Games are for those 18 years and older. For more information, please visit ScottsdaleAZ.gov.
This free event is a great way for seniors to cool off and have fun getting to know one another. To register for the event and for more information, call 480.312.5810 or go to ScottsdaleAZ.gov/Seniors.
This eight-week course teaches intuitive improvisational comedy and theater techniques. The course concludes with a memorable final performance. Hosted by Jose Gonzalez of Phoenix’s Torch Theater. Limited space is available. No experience necessary. Visit SMOCA.org for pricing and information.
Restaurants, museums and free trolley and/or horse-drawn carriage rides are available during ArtWalk to transport folks from numerous free parking areas throughout the Scottsdale Arts District and Scottsdale Downtown. Please visit ScottsdaleGalleries.com for more information.
More than a billion years ago, a huge bubble of 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit magma got trapped 10 kilometers beneath our feet and began to cool. Learn what happened as the last bit of magma finally turned into solid rock. Presented by Dan Gruber, legacy steward of the McDowell Sonoran Conservancy. Go to McDowellSonoran.org for information.
Escape the heat and the harmful rays of the sun and swim under the stars! Regular entrance fees will apply. For more information, please go to ScottsdaleAZ.gov or call 480.312.6677.
This is a fun activity for all ages. Join local macramé artist and entrepreneur, Amy Guerrero, at Bird Cloud Island to learn how to tie string into macramé for a hanging hummingbird feeder. For more information on this workshop, visit ScottsdalePublicArt.org.
Children and their caregivers participate in music, movement and song in this program that promotes bonding and highlights the natural rhythms in language. Space is limited, so please see a staff person prior to the start of the program to pick up a ticket, which will be your registration. Go to ScottsdaleLibrary.org for more information.