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A person “should hear a little music, read a little poetry and see a fine picture every day of his life in order that worldly cares may not obliterate the sense of the beautiful which has been implanted in the human soul.”

The Museum Shop at the L. Alan Cruikshank River of Time Museum has some online items staff believe are perfect for holiday giving.

The 103rd Regimental Arizona Band is on the lookout for new musicians, including those who play flute/piccolo, any size of clarinet, oboe, bassoon, any size of saxophone, trumpet, French horn, baritone/euphonium, trombone, tuba and percussion.

Fountain Hills Art League watched a demonstration by 3D artist and League Vice President Nancy Grahlmann at its Nov. 2 meeting.

Arizona’s largest and longest-running artist studio tour, Hidden in the Hills, returns for a 24th consecutive year during the last two weekends of November.

Photographs entered in the Fountain at 50 photo contest are hanging at the Fountain Hills Community Center for all to see.

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.