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Fountain Hills-based music and theater teacher, Paige Beckman, is hosting a musical theater class for kids and teens at Fountain Hills Presbyterian Church this fall.

Albert Einstein said, “Imagination is everything.” What did he mean? Of course, artists use their imaginations to concoct new, imagined realities, just as scientists do. But what is the role of imagination now? Is it “everything?”

The Fountain Hills Community Chorus board has made the difficult decision to cancel the 2021 fall session.

This weekend kicks of Fountain Hills Theater’s series, “One Night Stands,” with its production of “Timeless.”

Fountain Hills Youth Theater has scheduled auditions for its opening show, “Captain Preston: The Pirate Scourge.”

Nearly every library in Maricopa County is participating in this year’s Summer Reading Program, “Tails & Tales.”

Fountain Hills Theater will host “The Sizzlin’ Summer Weekend Music Festival” Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 16, 17 and 18.

Nearly 40 revolting children from across the East Valley, including a couple from Fountain Hills, will take the stage this summer in “Matilda The Musical” at the Zao Theatre in Apache Junction.

The Fountain Hills Community Foundation is looking for artists who want to contribute their talents to the second annual Flutter at the Fountain fundraising event.

A quiet demonstration to ask elected officials to work together using the shared values of respect for each other, citizenship, compromise, country before party, courage, country before corporate influence, candor, compassion and creativity is underway.

Return to the late years of the Jazz Age and the start of the Swing Era when Swingtime meets Tuesday, May 18.

Sherlock Holmes, the world’s first and most famous consulting detective, stars at the Golden Age of Radio meeting Thursday, May 6.

The Town of Fountain Hills will host a concert series on Avenue of the Fountains Plaza Thursdays during the month of May.

Join Fountain Hills Parks and Recreation at Four Peaks Park on Saturday, May 8, at 7 p.m. for a Movie in the Park featuring the movie, “The Croods: A New Age.”

Dr. William Wolf has turned his passion for World War II aviation into an impressive body of work, namely 23 books on the subject spread out over the past 22 years, including a few volumes due out later this year.

A brand new, old-time cowboy musical will hit the Kern Entertainment Outdoor Stage at Fountain Hills Theater Friday, May 14.