Both of these are Up at Desert Ridge Market Place On Friday the 30th
Kenny Love and the RockerfellersDistrict Stage, 7-10pm
Americana Swing Band
Arizona’s premiere band performing originals & covers in the Classic Americana, Roots Rock & Roll, Rockabilly, Twang, Surf, Country & Western, Bop, Swing, Blues, & Boogie Woogie Musical Genres.
For details, visit facebook.com/kennyloverockerfellers
M SquaredAMC Fountain, 7-9pm
Acoustic Adult Contemporary Duo
Mark and Carol Mellis began performing together while music majors at Arizona State University. They have been a musical duo throughout their married life and enjoy combining their talents of vocals, piano, flute and saxophone while performing anything from jazz combos to classical ensembles.
For details, visit http://www.carolmellis.com
If you are looking for something new to try this holiday when the gang gets together at your home in the Tatum Ranch area, take a look at some of these:
Here is a great opportunity to view some great artwork in the Tatum Ranch Area. FREE, self-guided tour
of 49 artist studios and 164 participating artists
in the beautiful Sonoran Desert surrounding the Tatum Ranch Area of
Arizona. Take your time and enjoy the art. For more information you can go to http://sonoranartsleague.org/hidden.php and get your map for your tour.
Looking for something to do today.. The Cowboys for Kids non-profit organization is sponsoring a rodeo event with results in providing funds for children in need. Great cause, great event and lots of fund for everyone all in Cave Creek today. https://www.facebook.com/azcowboysforkids
Looking to do some riding this weekend in the Tatum Ranch Area? Then take a look at the Cave Creek Bicycle Festival. Riding for adults and kids alike with lots of great scenery to view along the way. Check it out now http://cavecreekbicyclefestival.com/
Have a great weekend in and around Tatum Ranch.
Fast Facts: Sandy Response
November 4, 2012
Across all affected states (Connecticut, Rhode Island, Delaware, Maryland, North Carolina, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Virginia/DC and West Virginia):
• 481,043 meals and snacks served
• 33,712 relief items distributed
• 12,029 health and mental health contacts
• 5,048 disaster workers assigned to operations
If you are looking for a way to help those in need that suffered from hurricane Sandy, you can go to the Red Cross at http://www.redcross.org call 1-800-HELPNOW or text the word REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation. And donate what you can. Anything we can do to help those in need would be appreciated.