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OCTOBER 2019

The Foodie Issue!

L.T. SMITH: FROM THE NFL TO PASTRY CHEF

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LIFESTYLE LETTER

OCTOBER 2019 PUBLISHER

Joyce Selk | joyce.selk@lifestylepubs.com EDITOR

Michelle Glicksman | michelle.glicksman@lifestylepubs.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Food, Glorious Food ARE YOU HUNGRY, CHANDLER? We’re sure you will be when you read—or should

Michelle Talsma Everson, Annemarie O'Donnell, Georgann Yara CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Lindsay Borg

we say devour—this issue, the most drool-worthy one of the year: The Foodie Issue! We spent the last few months scouring the streets in search of delicious stories, and we found more than enough material to fill these pages. While we don’t like to play favorites, The Foodie Issue is near and dear to our hearts. After all, food is not only nourishing (and delicious) but it also brings people together—whether it’s a special anniversary dinner, a much-needed lunch break with coworkers, a friend’s birthday party or even a casual weeknight meal with family. Food is often considered one of life’s great pleasures. We spoke with former NFL player and Chandler resident L.T. Smith, who is now head pastry chef at Tempe Public Market Café, as well as Ryan Swanson, the head chef at Kai, who both shared their career stories with us. Plus, sommelier Andrew

CORPORATE TEAM

McCreery weighs in on his top sparkling wine picks, and Cuisine & Wine Bistro

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Steven Schowengerdt

shares a recipe for a special drink they created—the Chandler Lifestyle—which

CHIEF SALES OFFICER Matthew Perry

you can create at home. Plus, so much more!

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER DeLand Shore

We hope you are inspired to enjoy the food and drinks around town after this issue.

OPERATIONS DIRECTOR Janeane Thompson

ART DIRECTOR Sara Minor

We are becoming a true foodie destination. Dig in, Chandler!

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INSIDE THE ISSUE OCTOBER 2019

FEATURES 18 Taste of Success Serrano’s Mexican Restaurants Celebrates 40 Years of Serving up Traditional Family Recipes

22 Bring on the Bubbles A Local Expert Shares Some of his Favorite Sparkling Wines

26 A Chef’s Playground Kai Restaurant’s Head Chef Ryan Swanson Gives us the Dish

34 Life in the Sweet Zone Former NFL Player L.T. Smith

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Trades his Pads for Pans at Tempe Public Market Café

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DEPARTMENTS 6

Lifestyle Letter

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Good Times

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Around Town

18

Locally Owned

22 Food & Wine 26 Open House 32 Hops & Vine 34 Local Limelight 36 Giving Back 38 Lifestyle Calendar


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Buena Vista at Chandler's Grand Opening On Sept. 5, Chandler elected officials and members of the community gathered at Buena Vista at Chandler, a new 50,000-square-foot drug and alcohol recovery campus, for its grand opening and ribbon-cutting. Buena Vista at Chandler is among the only campuses of its kind with a board-certified Addictionologist on staff, a nutritional partner (Sunfare), primary care services on-site, and more. BuenaVistaRecovery.com

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Food City’s 5th Annual Cake Decorating Competition On Aug. 23, Food City bakery artists' skills were put to the test at this Food Networkstyle event, held at the Food City supermarket on Arizona Avenue and Ray Road. The winning cake design will be offered to customers later this year, and will become part of the cake line that Food City bakeries feature.

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JOIN THE CHANDLER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE RIBBON CUTTING AT YOUNG ORTHODONTICS On Oct. 24th at 4 p.m., celebrate with Dr. Aubrey Young and her team with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Young Orthodontics, 1055 W. Queen Creek Road, Ste. 5. Dr. Young is passionate about orthodontics and helping people feel confident about their smiles and overall health, and has affectionately been caring for patients at ChamberlainYoung Orthodontics for the last five years. She recently purchased the practice and is now proud to introduce Young Orthodontics. Dr. Young “feels blessed to be able to serve our amazing Chandler community" and looks forward to many years of sharing her knowledge and skills and giving back to the community. The event will feature

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AQUILA DENTAL CARES DAY There’s another excuse to smile here in Chandler! Together with Dr. Shah of AZ Oral, Aquila Dental is establishing Sat., Nov. 16 as Aquila Dental Cares Day. For those in need, they can receive the practice's most popular dental procedures at no cost.  The event will be held at Aquila Dental's office at 3175 S. Price Road. Anyone over the age of 18 can have an extraction, filling or cleaning. This is a firstcome, first-served basis, between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m.  Dr. Richard Higgs leads the team with Dr. Sandra Leedy in this event that makes dentistry accessible and easy. Together with the added help of Dr. Shah, the Aquila Dental team will work non-stop until 2 p.m. The staff of dentists, hygienists and dental assistants firmly believe that days like this can make a difference in Chandler.  “Caring for Chandler isn’t a one-person job, we’re all in this together,” says Dr. Higgs. AquilaDental.com AZOral.com

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LOCALLY OWNED

The Serrano family in the early 1980s

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AFTER GETTING ITS START IN DOWNTOWN CHANDLER, SERRANO’S MEXICAN RESTAURANTS CELEBRATES 40 YEARS OF SERVING UP TRADITIONAL FAMILY RECIPES ARTICLE GEORGANN YARA | PHOTOGRAPHY PHOTOS COURTESY OF SERRANO'S

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HEN RESTAURATEURS TALK ABOUT WHY THEY OPENED THEIR BUSINESSES, MANY HAVE A GLOSSY STORY ABOUT FOLLOWING A PASSION FOR FOOD OR LIFELONG DREAM TO HELM A HIGH-PROFILE KITCHEN. But of

Ric

Serrano,

Serrano’s

Restaurants,

CEO

Mexican

doesn’t.

His

explanation for the start of his family’s restaurant in 1979 is humbly honest. And refreshing. At the time, the Serranos’ once-thriving clothing department store business was losing the battle to a new crop of malls popping up throughout the Valley. The popular family with deep Chandler roots and a strong history of community involvement looked for a new venture it could put its well-respected name on.

Eva and Ernie Serrano

The Serrano family in the early 1990s

“It was somewhat survival. The clothing business’s days were numbered. The writing was on the wall and it wasn’t going to be long,” Ric recalls of the decision to transition into the restaurant industry. That move would sprout a family business that thrived over decades amidst competition, changing consumer preferences and countless other factors beyond the Serranos’ control. This year, the mom-and-pop restaurant started by Ric’s parents Ernie and Eva, and which is now run by their children, celebrates its 40th anniversary. But this uncommon feat is not the only one the family celebrates. The family’s business lineage dates back to 1919, when Ernie’s brother Albert and his brother Luis opened a dry goods store called

Both are accomplishments that the family with

the Serrano Brothers Popular Store in Chandler. Over time, it evolved

an impressive entrepreneurial pedigree doesn’t

into the clothing store Serrano’s Department Stores.

take for granted.

From the Popular Store to Serrano’s Mexican Restaurants, the

“We’re very blessed that we’ve made it this far,” Ric

business’ survival under the Serrano name spans 100 years, making

says. “Having 40 years in the restaurant business is

it the oldest family business in the city.

an achievement in itself. It makes us very proud. It’s

TIME LINE

not easy to be an independent business, at any time.” More than a century ago, Albert and Luis migrated from Sonora, Mexico, to Tucson. The brothers

made their way north and settled in a little farming community called Chandler and opened their Popular Store. They started with $10,000 worth of inventory and sold dry goods, clothing, and Boy Scouts and P.E. uniforms to a community of about 1,000, mostly comprised of farming families. At its peak, Serrano’s Department Stores had five locations throughout the Valley. The second

generation was now fully at the helm and ready to pass it on to the third. When it was time to foray into a new industry, they relied on Eva’s culinary skills and family recipes from

Ric’s grandmothers as the base for the downtown Chandler restaurant, originally named La Casa Serrano.

1979

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1996

2005

Oct. 7, 2012

Ernie and Eva Serrano open

The Chandler Chamber of

Arizona State University

Serrano’s closes all of its

La Casa Serrano in Chandler,

Commerce names Serrano’s

honors Serrano’s with the

restaurants so employees

the first location of what

its Small Business of the Year.

Spirit of Enterprise Award.

can be with their families.

would be known as Serrano’s

This Sunday tradition

Mexican Restaurants.

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The McKellips location in Mesa

The Tempe location

The Serrano family siblings

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“My mom was an excellent cook

SMILE AND EAT CONFIDENTLY

and we had excellent recipes from both sides of the family. That’s what we started with,” Ric says. When it opened, the menu had

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about 30 items plus a dozen combos. The specialty was a plate of two beef flautas served with guacamole or sour cream for $2.95. Customers could get a red or green beef enchilada for $1.95, or a tamale for $1.20. Forty years later, there are five locations—Tempe,

Mesa

(two),

Queen Creek and the original Chandler spot. Ernie and Eva’s eight

children

own

Serrano’s

with six—Ric; Ernie Jr.; Theresa; Stephanie; Billy; and Lorraine, the executive chef—taking active daily roles. Ernie passed away in 2009, and Eva in 2017. Being

Chandler

natives

and

multi-generational business owners gave the Serranos the name recognition and community trust needed to make this most recent and successful business transition. “Being in Chandler has been key to

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FOOD & WINE

Bring on the Bubbles

ARTICLE MICHELLE TALSMA EVERSON PHOTOGRAPHY LINDSAY BORG

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#1


A LOCAL EXPERT SHARES SOME OF HIS FAVORITE SPARKLING WINES

#2 ANDREW MCCREERY, CS CSW, KNOWS A GOOD GLASS OF WINE. “There’s so much in a glass of wine,” he shares. “There’s the history, who bottled it, who made it, where it’s from… so many things can be expressed in a single glass.” While champagne and sparkling wine are used almost interchangeably, Champagne technically only comes from the Champagne region of France. Sparkling wine is more of an umbrella term covering a variety of bubbly wines. “Sparkling wine is a type of wine that basically has bubbles,” Andrew explains. “How those bubbles are made, what they are made from, and where that takes place determines whether you have a $4 bottle of Cold Duck or $200 bottle of Premier Cru Champagne.” Andrew explains that the original and natural method of sparkling wine production involves two fermentations, with the second taking place in the same bottle that you would purchase.  “Fermentation creates the alcohol in the wine and CO2 is a by-product,” he notes. “With the second fermentation taking place in the closed bottle, the CO2 has nowhere to go but into the wine itself.” A sommelier (certified wine expert) for more than 20 years, experiences with wine encompass some of Andrew’s earliest memories—from dinners as a child to time in the Army when he was stationed in Germany’s most popular wine growing region. In college, he worked at some of Tucson’s finest resorts while attending the University of Arizona, and—among other industry positions—enjoyed a 23-plus year career as the vice president of fine wines for a distributor. He now works on the sales side as Director of On Premise Key Accounts with Hensley Beverage Company. His wife, Denise, is the owner of d’Vine Gourmet and he helps with the wine selections there. Andrew shares some of his favorite sparkling wines, all of which are available locally at d’Vine Gourmet (DVineGourmet.com) and other retailers.

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#3

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#4


#5

#1

+ JP. Chenet Brut This sparking wine includes floral aromas, white peach and apricot flavors, and a crisp finish. It’s a golden color with delicate bubbles and is produced in France.

#2

+ JP. Chenet Rosé This rosé is a fresh expression of strawberry flavors with a gentle sweet finish. This sparkling wine features beautiful pink bubbles and subtle red fruit aromas. It is produced in France.

#3

+ Le Contesse, Veneto, Brut Rosé, Strawberry Tropical fruit and creamy flavors make up this favorite pinot noir rosé brut. Experts note that it pairs well with seafood or delicate meat and cheese dishes.

#4

+ Gloria Ferrer, Royal Cuvée Brut 2007, Carneros “The first vintage in 1987 was served to the king and queen of Spain,” Andrew says. “It’s aged seven years prior to release. The Ferrer family moved from Barcelona, Spain, home of Cava production, and have 600 years of experience. It’s made in the Methode Champagniose, [with] crisp green apple, citrus and Asian Pear flavors.”

#5

+ J. Lassalle Preference Champagne This is a grower champagne. Aged in bottle for four years prior to disgorgement. “Angeline Templier, great granddaughter of the founder Jules Lassalle and third generation female winemaker, created this champagne. ‘One women, one spirit, one style’ is the motto of 50-year-old premier Cru Vineyards,” Andrew notes. This champagne is from Champagne region of France.

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OPEN HOUSE

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ARTICLE MICHELLE TALSMA EVERSON PHOTOGRAPHY LINDSAY BORG

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CHEF’

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Photo courtesy Kai

KAI RESTAURANT’S HEAD CHEF RYAN SWANSON GIVES US THE DISH

RYAN SWANSON, HEAD CHEF OF KAI RESTAURANT AT SHERATON GRAND AT WILD HORSE PASS, WAS INSPIRED TO BECOME A CHEF AFTER WATCHING A DOCUMENTARY ON CHEF MARCO PIERRE WHITE IN THE ’90S. Fast-forward to today, and he continues to make culinary waves at Kai Restaurant. “I have been at Kai for a decade, but have been in the head chef role for four years,” Ryan shares. “What caught my attention about Kai in the beginning was the unique ingredients with no limits in the kitchen for creativity. To join Kai was a no-brainer for me as it is a cook’s playground. Kai is a place where you can push yourself to the limits and grow at a rapid pace.”

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OPEN HOUSE

(CON TI N U ED)

“WITH THESE TOOLS I CAN ACCOMPLISH ALMOST ANYTHING IN A KITCHEN,” HE SAYS.

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Ryan would know as his career at Kai, which is the only five-star restaurant in Arizona, has seen fast growth— including being promoted from the sous chef position and studying under former head chef Joshua Johnson. Among his many responsibilities is creating new dishes. “I always ask myself a few questions when I create new dishes for the restaurant,” he shares. “Does it make sense? Does it look great? Does it taste great? I am creating a menu that has to tell a story of the Pima and Maricopa people through the food, so I have to make sure everything that goes on the menu does that in some way.” While all of the dishes are special to him, his current favorite dish is the Lamb Shoulder with Cheimeth. “It’s simple, delicious and elegant,” he says. “It makes me proud to see the dish go out into the dining room. A great representing dish for Kai.” For those who have never been to Kai Restaurant, Ryan is proud to share how the restaurant is a local must-try. “Getting to experience the sunset over the Komatke Mountains is one of the most breathtaking views. Pair that with phenomenal service and unique tastings from the kitchen that tell stories from the past of the community where the restaurant resides—you are in for a very unique Arizona experience that you will not find anywhere else,” he says. “If you’re looking for a special dining experience with your loved ones, this is the restaurant for you.” This month, as the weather cools, Ryan recommends a warm seasonal soup. “In October, look for the Toca Squash soup to make its way back to our menu,” he says. “This is my favorite time of year for roasting local Toca squash over Mesquite wood for a delicious fall soup.” Learn more about Kai Restaurant at Marriott.com/phxwp.

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ARTICLE MICHELLE GLICKSMAN | PHOTOGRAPHY LINDSAY BORG

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THIS CUSTOM COCKTAIL WAS CREATED BY KILLIAN BUSCHTETZ AT CUISINE & WINE BISTRO. Killian, who has been a sommelier since 2017, describes the Chandler Lifestyle as, “a citrus-based cocktail. The Calvados brings apple aromas and the sparkling wine brings a red fruit flavor.” The restaurant itself is an authentic, family operated French restaurant owned by Fabrice and Mairead Buschtetz, with Chef Fabrice physically in the kitchen himself. Stop by the restaurant’s Chandler location, 4991 S. Alma School Road, to sip the drink while enjoying the restaurant’s homemade cuisine, or use the recipe below to prepare and enjoy it at home. CuisineAndWineBistro.com

INGREDIENTS + 1 oz. Calvados

DIRECTIONS Shake the first three ingredients in an ice-filled

+ 3/4 oz. fresh lime juice

shaker. Add the sparkling rose to the shaker, but

+ 1/2 oz. simple syrup

don't shake. Strain into an ice-filled glass. Garnish

+ 2 oz. French sparkling rose

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LOCAL LIMELIGHT

LIFE IN THE SWEET ZONE CHANDLER RESIDENT AND FORMER NFL PLAYER L.T. SMITH TRADES IN HIS PADS FOR PANS AS TEMPE PUBLIC MARKET CAFÉ’S HEAD PASTRY CHEF ARTICLE GEORGANN YARA PHOTOGRAPHY SHELBY MOORE

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ASK L.T. SMITH WHETHER HIS CURRENT JOB AS THE HEAD PASTRY CHEF AT TEMPE PUBLIC MARKET CAFÉ SHARES SIMILARITIES WITH HIS FORMER LIFE AS A FOOTBALL PLAYER AND HE ENTHUSIASTICALLY SPOUTS OFF A LIST. When he walks into the kitchen, it’s like walking onto the field. It’s the venue where magic happens by a team of trained professionals. The cultural aspect is what they both share. “When you’re running service, you’re basically running plays. When they’re calling out (orders), it’s the same as a quarterback calling a play… You’re in an arena, you’ve practiced, and now you’re doing it,” the former wide receiver says. “But every service is game time so there’s really no practice time.” For the last five months, L.T. has had his game face on at the revamped Tempe Public Market Café. L.T., who was the chef at the Café’s sister restaurant Ghost Ranch, was asked to helm the pasty division at Market Café when it reopened after renovations

“WHEN YOU’RE RUNNING SERVICE, YOU’RE BASICALLY

earlier this year. The restaurant features a larger pastry case to showcase L.T. and his team’s wares. L.T. was trained at the Arizona Culinary Institute and started his career doing savory dishes but was always interested in the sweet side of the craft. Now, he is embracing the opportunity to flex his creative culinary muscles through various cakes and cookies with design and flavor. The lineup includes maracons, cakes, muffins and breads, along with vegan and gluten-free options. L.T.’s playful side is exhibited in recipes for treats like cookies with a kick, thanks to a pinch of chile in the mix. “My style is rustic elegance and occasionally whimsical,” he says. A native of Painesville, a city about 30 miles northeast of Cleveland, Ohio, L.T. was a standout high school football player and started cooking meals that emphasized sports nutrition and enabled his body for the competition he faced. He was awarded a football scholarship to the University of Akron. He continued to cook for himself and during the holidays, his home was the gathering spot for friends. “That’s when I started to enjoy hosting and the aspect of feeding others and connecting that way through food,” he recalls. L.T. played briefly for the Indianapolis Colts. He departed the team and moved to Arizona, moving near Chandler Fashion Center, a locale with easy access to work

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and Arizona State University, where his sister who lives with him goes to school. “I enjoy it quite a bit. There’s plenty of stuff to do and [it’s] close to all of the places you want to be,” he says. “It’s a really good community.” If the thought of an athlete accustomed to the physicality of a tough sport trading in his helmet and pads for a piping bag and buttercream makes you pause, you’re not alone. “People are sometimes like, ‘Oh yeah, you’re a football guy and now you’re doing some dainty pastry stuff?’” he says while laughing. “But I enjoy the art and creative outlet I have through pastry. Cooking gave me a new passion when I was done with football.” But L.T., who aims to one day have his own restaurant or bakery, can’t help but explore the commonalities between his two seemingly polar opposite careers. “I enjoy coming to work and being with my team every day. That sense of community and loving what you’re doing is a huge thing,” he says. “It’s also like I’m competing with other chefs. I see what they’re doing and try to up my game a little bit… (but) I guess I’m really competing with myself.”

CALLING A PLAY… YOU’RE IN AN ARENA, YOU’VE PRACTICED, AND NOW YOU’RE DOING IT.” October 2019 | Chandler Lifestyle

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GIVING BACK

Let the Good Times

Roll! 36

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ARTICLE CATRINA BOPPART | PHOTOGRAPHY PROVIDED

YOU DON’T HAVE TO GO ALL THE WAY TO NEW ORLEANS FOR A TASTE OF MARDI GRAS! Make plans to stay in town and attend this fall’s Dancing with Dignity 2019 gala, presented by the Dignity Health Foundation-East Valley. On Sat., Nov. 2, Chandler Center for the Arts will be transformed into a Mardi Gras-themed masquerade ball for the Foundation’s signature event supporting nationally recognized health care programs at Chandler Regional and Mercy Gilbert Medical Centers. Five years ago, Dancing with Dignity was created to enhance rehabilitation following a stroke by offering stroke camps to survivors and caregivers at a reduced cost. The event’s popularity has grown over the years, and more than $1 million has been raised to date. This money enables the Dignity Health Foundation-East Valley to expand its funding to help patients with other neurological issues such as Parkinson’s, brain tumors, head injuries and more. This includes the creation of a Brain Tumor Group and Camp and the renovation of an outpatient rehabilitation center. Guests will enjoy cocktails and Louisiana-inspired Creole cuisine followed by a “Dancing with the Stars”-style show featuring professional ballroom dancers from the Arizona Ballroom Champions who will pair up with volunteers. The volunteers who dance in this event perform on stage before a lively audience and panel of celebrity judges as an opportunity to showcase their personal stories on why they are fundraising to support the hospitals. To add to the fun, first responders from Chandler and Gilbert Police and Fire departments will be bringing their own teams to compete for the “traveling trophy” in a battle of the cities/departments dance-off.

SAT., NOV. 2 5-11 p.m. 5 p.m. Cocktails and Dinner 6:45 p.m. Performance Begins 9-11 p.m. “Let the Good Times Roll” Dance Party

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To become a business sponsor or purchase individual tickets, contact the Dignity Health Foundation-East Valley at 480.728.3931 or visit DancingWithDignity.org.

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OCTOBER

LIFESTYLE CALENDAR

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rendered symbols and metaphors,

PUMPKIN & CHILI PARTY

RECEPTION WITH THE ARTIST: ARIZONA WATERCOLORS ASSOCIATION’S FALL JURIED EXHIBITION

through Nov. 15. VisionGallery.org

Schnepf Farms

Every Thursday through Sunday throughout the month, Schnepf Farms offers fun fall activities like

overcoming obstacles and making peace with external stimuli. Open

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The Gallery at CCA

This exhibition will include water-

maze, a pumpkin patch, pig races

color paintings and other types of

and, of course, chili. Fireworks light

water-based media. An organization

up the sky Friday and Saturday

of nearly 300 artists, AWA has been

Featuring

Queen’s

nights. Don’t forget to grab your

active for 60 years, mentoring and pre-

including

“Radio

Halloween pumpkin during your

senting the works of some of Arizona’s

“Bohemian Rhapsody,” more than

visit. SchnepfFarms.com

most talented artists. The juror will be

16 million theatergoers have experi-

New York City Artist Antonio Masi.

enced the thrill of this smash musical

4

The exhibit will be displayed until Nov.

that brings the scale and spectacle

15. VisionGallery.org

of the band’s legendary live perfor-

ZOOFARI: TROPICAL NIGHTS

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Phoenix Zoo

Trade in your gowns and black ties for tropical cocktail attire at this event supporting Phoenix Zoo,  one of the largest non-profit, privately

Chandler Center for the Arts

greatest Ga

Ga”

hits and

mances. ChandlerCenter.org

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BEATLES VS. STONES— A MUSICAL SHOWDOWN Orpheum Theatre

Beatles

includes cuisine and libations served

Showdown comes to the historic

The brand new live concert series

by notable Arizona chefs and bev-

Orpheum Theatre - Phoenix. Two of

will occur on the third Friday of each

erage purveyors, greeting by animal

the greatest bands of all time face off

month, October through May. Black

residents, an auction, raffle prizes, live

in a high-energy, adrenaline-pump-

Beard’s Delight and Rock Lobster

music, and a glimpse of ZooLights.

ing musical showdown. The Fab

will kick-off the first event. This free,

PhoenixZoo.org/zoofari

Four, represented by tribute band

family

Abbey Road, will engage in a bar-

Downtown Chandler as the premiere

rage of hits against premier Rolling

live entertainment scene in the Valley.

Stones tribute band Satisfaction.

DowntownChandler.org

CCA AND C.A.L.L.E. DE ARIZONA PRESENT 20TH ANNUAL MARIACHI & FOLKLORICO FESTIVAL Chandler Center for the Arts

The rich, cultural history of Mexico fills the stage as this bright, colorful festival returns to Chandler. The 20th annual event features GRAMMY

vs.

Stones—A

Musical

FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE FEATURING ROCK LOBSTER

funded zoos in the country. The event

5

Dr. A.J. Chandler Park

friendly

event

celebrates

Phoenix.ticketforce.com

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BABY SHARK LIVE!

RECEPTION WITH THE ARTIST: KAROLINA ADAMS— WORK IN PROGRESS

Mesa Arts Center

This brand new, fully immersive concert experience from Pinkfong and Round Room Live, is based on

Vision Gallery

Award-winner Aida Cuevas and her

Part window, part mirror, Karolina

Pinkfong’s viral earworm and global

Mariachi Aztlán, along with a daz-

Adams’

her

dance phenomenon, Baby Shark.

zling array of folklorico dancers firmly

thoughts, emotions, and reactions to

Fans of all ages will delight as Baby

rooted in tradition. Don’t miss the

them with relatable insight that may

Shark joins up with his friend Pinkfong

Queen of Mariachi performing the

give viewers a better understanding

to take an adventure into the sea,

music of the legendary Juan Gabriel.

of their own inner psychology. In a

singing and dancing through new and

ChandlerCenter.org

minimal color palette, her animated

classic songs. MesaArtsCenter.com

drawings

show

us

protagonist navigates a world of finely 38

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hay rides, train rides, a 4-acre corn

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19 CHILDREN FIRST FOUNDATION DRIVING CHILDREN TO SUCCESS 2019 ANNUAL GALA Camelback Inn Resort & Spa

Since

2012,

the

Children

First

Foundation has provided stability and hope for more than 5,000 impoverished children, many of whom are homeless. The Foundation provides funding for buses, gas, drivers and more, so that children can attend the

Children

Academy

First

without

Leadership

funding

from

the state. This cocktail-attire gala is a fundraiser for the foundation. ChildrenFirstFoundation.org

19 NICKELODEON PRESENTS DOUBLE DARE LIVE— HOSTED BY: MARC SUMMERS Mesa Arts Center

The messiest game show on TV is now the messiest game show on the road. Double Dare Live  is coming to Chandler and bringing all the action and excitement of Nickelodeon’s hugely popular TV show to the stage. All the Slime-soaking, pie-plastering, and booger-busting will be hosted by the Double Dare legend himself Marc Summers. MesaArtsCenter.com

25 TRUNK OR TREAT The Forum

Stop by The Forum for its 2019 Trunk or Treat. Come dressed in your costume and Trunk or Treat around the parking lot. There will  cars decorated for Halloween, lots of candy, a full bar setup on the patio, food, and much more. This event is open to the public. TheAzForum.com 

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25 HALLOWEEN SPOOKTACULAR Dr. A.J. Chandler Park

OCTOBER

LIFESTYLE CALENDAR

Don’t miss the city’s iconic Halloween festival, complete with many games, activities, costume contests, and plenty opportunities for photo opps.

Catch Hotel Transylvania 2, and grab

some munchies as the little ones fill their bags with candy from the trunkor-treat station. ChandlerAZ.gov

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GROOVIN' THROUGH THE DECADES Chandler Center for the Arts

Celebrate the 30th anniversary of

We would LOVE to have you visit us! Please call or come by to tour our beautiful hospital.

Chandler Center for the Arts with the Chandler Cultural Foundation. Attendees will be Groovin' Through the Decades with dinner on the Center's Main Stage, a live music performance,

and

live

auction.

Proceeds from Center Stage benefit the Chandler Cultural Foundation, providing performing arts programs annually to more than 210,000 individuals, including 5,400 youth. ChandlerCenter.org

26 MURDER MYSTERY DINNER The Forum

The rustle of silks and feathers under muted conversation was probably the last thing heard by the unexpectedly

Andrea Stickland, DVM

Carolyn Duregger, DVM

Kristy Sorenson, DVM

Laura Diltz, DVM

deceased at the Annual Billionaires Club Masquerade Ball. With a mystery under each feathery façade, unmasking the killer may be quite a challenge. It’s up to you to determine which partygoer is guilty and bring

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Mesquite Groves Aquatic Center

OCTOBER

LIFESTYLE CALENDAR

Forget bobbing for apples; try dunk-

ing for pumpkins. Join Chandler

Aquatics at Mesquite Groves Aquatic

Center for its annual Pumpkin Dunk. Pick your pumpkin right out of the heated pool, then give it some flair at the decorating station. Water

games, activities and a public swim, too. ChandlerAZ.gov

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2019 AUTISM SPEAKS WALK IN PARTNERSHIP WITH SARRC Tempe Beach Park

The annual Autism Speaks Walk in partnership with Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center is back. Register your team of family, friends and loved ones and help support and raise awareness for autism. Nearly 15,000 participants will come together to spread awareness, fundraise and connect with families impacted by autism. Free, but advance registration is encouraged. AutismCenter.org

NOV 2 2019 BENTLEY SCOTTSDALE POLO CHAMPIONSHIPS WestWorld of Scottsdale

This popular polo event is back, with polo matches, performances, and signature events within the event like the Canine Couture Dog Fashion Show, the World’s Longest Catwalk Fashion Show presented by Phoenix Fashion Week, a half-time Rugby match, a preview of 2020 BarrettJackson’s

World’s

Greatest

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