Events Calendar
21-31 BOYS & GIRLS CLUB WINTER BREAK
22 FREE ENTERTAINMENT NIGHT & TOY DRIVE, plus Arts & Crafts Sale, 5-10 p.m. at the Hilton Hotel, 1011 W. Holmes Ave. Mesa (I-60 & Alma School, East of Fiesta Mall). Candy bags, prizes, music by Clan-Destine. Call (602) 448-0260 or email LTapahe@aol.com
23 PHOENIX: PHOENIX SUNS VS. DENVER NUGGETS- Talking Stick Resort Arena, presented by Casino Arizona and Talking Stick Resort, NBA game, 7 pm, (602) 379-7900
24-25 CHRISTMAS BREAK Tribal Offices Closed Christmas observed
25 CHRISTMAS DAY
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PHOENIX: PHOENIX SUNS VS. PHILADELPHIA 76ERS-Talking Stick Resort Arena, presented by Casino Arizona and Talking Stick Resort NBA game, 7 pm, (602) 379-7900

26-31 PHOENIX: HOLIDAY AT THE HEARD MUSEUM- Heard Museum, performances and artist demonstrations introduce visitors to traditional and contemporary American Indian music, dance and art throughout the week, included in general museum admission, $7.50-18.00, Sat-Thu 9:30 am-5 pm, Sun 11 am – 5 pm, (602) 252-8848
27 GLENDALE: ARIZONA CARDINAL VS. GREEN BAY PACKERS- University of Phoenix Stadium, carparks open at 10:25 am, main gates open at 12:55 pm (623) 433-7101
28 NOTICE OF COMMUNITY HEARING, Sierra Bloom Behavioral Hospital, Request for a Conditional Use Permit, 6 p.m., Two Waters, Mesquite Conference Rm., Ste. 106. If you have any questions or concerns you may call the Land Management Board Secretary at (480) 362-6865.

28 PHOENIX: PHOENIX SUNS VS.CLEVELAND CAVALIERS-Talking Stick Resort Arena, presented by Casino Arizona and Talking Stick Resort, NBA game, 7 p.m., (602) 379-7900

28 PATHWAY HOME: EXPLORING HOMEOWNERSHIP WORKSHOP, 5:30-6:30, Two Waters Complex-Bldg. B, 1st Floor - Room B-106


31 SRPMIC NEW YEARS EVE CELEBRATION, 4 p.m. - midnight, Salt River Community Building Parking Lot, mid-way, game booths, Chicken Scratch.
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32nd Annual Circle K New Year’s Eve Block Party on Mill Avenue - Mill Avenue District, high-energy video dance clubs create a party like never seen before. Mill Avenue will be filled with local entertainment and attractions, a family fun zone (with an early fireworks show at 10 p.m.), a variety of food trucks, and a midnight countdown consisting of a firework display and confetti blast, free, 6 pm, (480) 355-6060 or http://www.blockpartyonmill.com

  JANUARY
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First Day Hike - Lost Dutchman State Park, a ranger and volunteer-led hike on Treasure Loop Trail, learn about desert flora and fauna, history of Superstition Mountains and the Lost Dutchman Mine, moderate hike. 2.5 miles round trip, carry water, dress in warm layers and wear sturdy trail shoes or hiking boots. In case of rain, hike will be cancelled if rain, advance reservations, 9 a.m., (480) 982-4485 or http://AZStateParks.com


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45th Annual Fiesta Bowl - University of Phoenix Stadium, two top-ranked teams, selected by the College Football Playoff committee will face off against each other in this exciting match-up, kickoff at 11 a.m., (480) 350-0911 or http://www.fiestabowl.org

1 Fiesta Fan Fest - University of Phoenix Stadium, fans of all ages can experience some of the greatest pre-game traditions like pep rallies and performances by marching bands and cheerleaders, also Jumbotrons with team highlights, interactive games to try, and of course plenty of food and beverage booths. $25, 7:30-10:30 am, http://www.fiestabowl.org


2 HUHUGAM KI MUSEUM POTTERY CLASS (480) 362-6320
6 PHOENIX: PHOENIX SUNS VS. CHARLOTTE HORNETS- TALKING STICK RESORT ARENA, NBA game, 7 pm, (602) 379-7900


13-18 PHOENIX: DISNEY ON ICE PRESENTS FROZEN- Talking Stick Resort Arena, The heart-warming and Academy Award winning tale of love and friendship, capturing the incredible dynamic between two royal sisters, Anna and Elsa, has captivated audiences around the world will be told LIVE for the first time in this production, $25-90 1-800-745-3000
14-3/31 SCOTTSDALE: 14TH SEASON OF NATIVE TRAILS PRESENTED BY THE FORT MCDOWELL YAVAPAI NATION- series of free festivals celebrating Native American culture. Native American music and dance, traditional flutes and drums, arts, crafts and jewelry also available, guest performers, free, most Thursdays & Saturdays, noon -1:30 p.m., (480) 421-1004


15 AGRICULTURAL LEASE PAY OUT, 8:30 a.m. Seniors and Disabled, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. General Landowners, Round House Cafe at SRPMIC Two Waters Complex
28 JANUARY 2016 PER CAPITA DISTRIBUTION
30 GLENDALE MONSTER JAM UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX STADIUM one huge nigh to see your favorite monster trucks-unforgettable high-octane warriors, gates open at 5:30 p.m. 1-800-745-3000