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Trolley Two-Step

On April 14 and 15, Scottsdale Arts and Movement Source Dance Company will bring a series of explorative, mobile dance performances to Old Town Scottsdale via Arizona Trolley Dances.

Equine Energy

Unbridled Pathways founder Leeanne Gardner will host a pair of community events Saturday, April 8 at Frontier Town in Cave Creek.

Succulent Snowfall

Earlier this year, photographer Romi Boon opened the blinds of her RV at daybreak to discover a very rare and surprising sight: a winter wonderland in the desert.

A Picture Plants a Thousand Words

Photographer Jimmy W. Fike has spent the past 15 years creating a photographic archive depicting America’s rich trove of wild edible flora. To date, the project has taken him to 16 different states and allowed him to amass a collection of more than 175 specimens.

Rosanne Cash: Ripples that Resonate

Having previously headlined Arizona Musicfest in 2015, four-time Grammy Award-winning artist and Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee Rosanne Cash will take the stage Monday, March 27 at Highlands Church in Scottsdale, performing a selection of songs from a music career that spans four decades.

Once and Floral

This year’s Scottsdale Garden Club show — held March 11 and 12 at Mustang Library in Scottsdale — will feature floral design interpretations of movies filmed in Arizona with Southwestern horticulture grown by garden club members from throughout the Valley.

Everything’s Coming Up Roses

Arizona is home to the largest rose garden in the Southwest — a public space at Mesa Community College that is open year-round as a living laboratory and a place of beauty that celebrates the rose as a national floral emblem; promotes education and community involvement; attracts cultural events; and provides a resource for partnership, volunteerism and the testing of new roses.

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