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The FH Art League regrets to announce the cancellation of the in-person awards reception scheduled for Thursday, January 13. The judge and a chairperson are unable to attend due to COVID, as well as some of the artists.

Winners of the annual Fountain Hills Juried Art Show will be announced at a dessert reception Thursday, Jan. 13.

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“Art is a kind of innate drive that seizes a human being and makes it his instrument,” wrote Swiss psychiatrist and psycho-analyst Carl Jung.

Tickets for Fountain Hills Theater’s production, “Say Goodnight, Gracie” are available.

Fountain Hills Youth Theater has announced its spring lineup of after-school, holiday and spring break performing arts classes.

Fountain Hills Theater announces the return by popular demand of “Say Goodnight, Gracie,” the hit Broadway play that invites the audience to spend an evening in the uplifting company of the world’s favorite and funniest centenarian, George Burns.

Swingtime covers the last half of 1938, the coming of age of Swing, when it next meets Tuesday, Dec. 21, at 1 p.m. at the Community Center.

The Fountain Hills Dark Sky Association (FHDSA) has released its final installment of the 2021 Dark Sky Inspiration series.

Imagine living in a country where kidnappings are rampant, where it not only is the business of organized crime to kidnap, but it also is the business of many corrupt police officers, and where only 1% of these kidnappings are solved. This country is Mexico.

A book signing by two local writers will be held at the newly renovated Fountain Hills Community Center on Saturday, Dec. 11. Rosemarie Malroy and Effie-Alean Gross invite friends, neighbors, students, teachers, veterans, business associates and winter visitors to share their love of reading…

Fountain Hills Theater favorite Alex Gonzalez brings his celebration of classic Las Vegas to the FHT stage for a one-time only performance not to be missed.

Phoenix Boys Choir, a tradition in the Valley for nearly 75 years, brings its annual holiday concerts to Fountain Hills Sunday, Dec. 5.

In a twist on the holiday song, “The 12 Days of Christmas,” Fountain Hills Theater presents “13 Days of Christmas” starting Dec. 3.

“Junie B. in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells!” opens at Fountain Hills Theater Friday, Dec. 3.

The next Youth Theater production at Fountain Hills Theater is “Junie B. in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells!,” opening Dec. 3.

Art on the Avenue is ongoing for its 13th season, taking place on Avenue of the Fountains every Wednesday through April 13 with artists, vendors, craftsmen and more.

Art on the Avenue is opening today, Nov. 3, for its 13th season, and organizer Judi Yates said she is thrilled to be back on the Avenue every Wednesday until April 13 with artists, vendors, craftsmen and more.

The Lower Verde River Valley Hall of Fame dinner – the dinner to induct the 2020 honorees – is set for Wednesday, Oct. 27.

Swingtime continues its year-by-year perspective of this musical era when it meets Tuesday, Oct. 19, at 1 p.m. at the Community Center.