This month, some of the greatest Christmas chronicles of all time will take the stage in Arizona.
On Saturday, Dec. 17, Wreaths Across America will host its annual ceremony at the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona in Phoenix — where thousands of holiday wreaths will be laid on the graves of our country’s fallen heroes.
On Saturday, Dec. 9, Jeep and utility terrain vehicle enthusiasts in Anthem will embark on their seventh annual holiday light cruise through the community.
On Dec. 17 and 18, Coolwater Christian Church in Scottsdale will once again host Journey to Bethlehem — a one-of-a-kind drive-through Nativity, aiming to tap into tradition and enrich it with reflections on the reason for the season.
Stagecoach Villagewill on Dec. 9–11 host Western Holidays — a festive and fun-filled holiday event designed to bring people together while also benefitting a very admirable cause.
“The Immersive Nutcracker, A Winter Miracle” at Scottsdale’s Lighthouse ArtSpace Phoenix is a larger-than-life experience allows attendees young and old to experience a bite-sized slice of the long-form holiday delight.
Over the past decade, native Phoenician Chad Norris has made a name for himself as a top creator of eye-catching desert-friendly gardens in the North Valley.
Scheduled for Nov. 4–13, Canal Convergence will feature 12 large-scale public artworks created by artists from around the world alongside augmented reality artworks and experiences, live music and dance performances, creative workshops, educational activities and food trucks as well as a beer and wine garden.
The signature event of the nonprofit Sonoran Arts League, this year’s 26th annual Hidden in the Hills event features 174 artists at 47 studios throughout the scenic Desert Foothills communities of Cave Creek, Carefree and North Scottsdale.
This month, as we pay tribute to our nation’s veterans, bands, choirs and orchestras across the Valley will perform concerts consisting of some of the songs that help us express the pride and gratitude that words alone could never completely convey.