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Fri-Sun April 21st thru 23rd
Crazy Daze Flea Market BEST NEW BUSINESS
Sat. April 22nd 8am-2pm
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BEST PET SERVICES FIRST PLACE
4 Paws Pet Resort
1608 N. Greenfield Road 480-985-8512 • 4pawspetresort.com
hether your furry friends require daycare or an extended stay while you’re out of town, 4 Paws can help. It also has award-winning groomers on staff and a small retail shop on the premises. 4 Paws Pet Resort provides canine guests with access to indoor and outdoor facilities, “which is really unique for the pet boarding facilities in the area,” owner Paul Marranka said. It's been in business for over 20 years, and the many long-term employees have built relationships with pet owners over that time. “We pride ourselves on great service and always go the extra mile for our customers and our guests,” Marranka said.
3109 E. McKellips Road, Suite 101 480-832-3631 or barkavepet.com
Critter Caretakers Pet Sitting
2049 W. Broadway Rd. Mesa, AZ 85202 M-F 10-6 • Sa 10-5 • Su 11-4
Trucks • trailers • RV’S • alignments BEST RECREATIONAL SPOT FIRST PLACE
Chicago Cubs Spring Training – Sloan Park 2330 W. Rio Salado Parkway 480-668-0500 • cubs.mlb.com/chc/sloan-park
S 1725 E. Main St. Mesa, AZ 85203
Monday - Friday 6:30 - 4:30 Sat 7:00 -12:00 (parts only)
loan Park has been a home run for the city and the Chicago Cubs since opening in 2014 as baseball’s largest spring training stadium, with a 15,000-seat capacity. The only problem is demand still outstrips supply after the Cubs finally won a World Series in 2016, ending a 108-year drought. Expect a great crowd, great weather but no bargains until the fall, when the Mesa Solar Sox of the Arizona Fall League take over the park and tickets are much cheaper. When combined with revamped Riverview Park and the new Rio Salado Pathway, this makes for some strong recreational choices at one facility. The park has several family-friendly features, with attractions for children of all ages, a community fishing lake and a 50-foot tall climbing tower. The pathway along the Salt River is surprisingly scenic and will soon connect Tempe Marketplace and the Loop 101 to Hohokam Stadium, the Cubs’ former longtime ballpark and now home to the Oakland Athletics.
Downtown Mesa downtownmesa.com
Red Mountain Park
7745 E. Brown Road 480-644-4271 mesaaz.gov/things-to-do/parks-recreationcommercial-facilities/parks/red-mountain-park