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With Fountain Hills Community Center reopening, a number of programs in the Activity Center will resume.

Continued uncertainty regarding the COVID-19 pandemic has led Fountain Hills Presbyterian Church leadership to cancel the 2021 Pat Covault Memorial Concert Series.

Fountain Hills Theater is hosting two weeks of fall break camp to accommodate the breaks of both Fountain Hills and Scottsdale since the two districts are different schedules.

After pulling the “Broadway Jukebox” from the Fountain Hills Theater stage, it was decided the production could be held at Fountain Hills Theater’s “Drive-In Theater.”

These months have been challenging for everyone, but local artists have been making lemonade with all those lemons.

When Michelle Williams lost her battle with pancreatic cancer in 2016, her friends in the Fountain Hills Art League, along with all who knew her, were devastated.

Fountain Hills’ own L. Alan Cruikshank River of Time Museum has been awarded a $10,000 grant from Arizona Humanities.

The newest in live theater entertainment is happening in Fountain Hills Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 28, 29 and 30.

After the retirement of Fountain Hills Community Band Music Director Alan Roselieb, the Fountain Hills Civic and Community Association has named Scott Burgener to replace him.

The slap-stick comedy is the story of an inexperienced PTA group trying to save their bankrupt “School for Unusual Children” in Fountain Hills Theater’s production, “Footlight Frenzy.”

It’s almost time to celebrate the third anniversary of Fountain Hills Community Garden.

As juried fine art photographer Tom Taylor states, “Life has a way of putting art aside.” His wife, juried oil and watercolor artist, Colleen Taylor, agrees.

Fountain Hills Art League is busy preparing for its Ninth annual Tour d’Artistes Studio Tour and Sale.