Events Calendar

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CONCERTS IN THE CONSERVATORY, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at Butterfly Wonderland 9500 East Via de Ventura, Scottsdale Az. Experience the magic of watching butterflies dance along to classical, Native American and other musical styling’s. Complimentary with admission. For more information on this event please call Butterfly Wonderland at (480) 800-3000.

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B4 STAGE 4: STARTING THE CONVERSATION, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. at 628 North 3rd Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85003, This two-day conference aims to bring together individuals and family members living with mental health conditions/illnesses as well as self- advocates, providers, educators, public health partners, public safety personnel, and faith- based communities. For more information please call (480) 362-6980.

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PHOENIX SUNS BASKETBALL CAMP AND OVERNIGHT CAMP, Register for Suns Day Camp June 19-23 from 12 p.m.-6 p.m. at Suns Day Camp Thunderbird High School and Overnight Suns Pine Summit Camp in Prescott. We will be doing a lottery drawing for all spots for both camps. Please come to the Recreation Department to sign up and bring your tribal id. For more information please call David Willis 480 362-5795 or David.willis@srpmic-nsn.gov. Mike Douglas 480 362-5770 Michael.Douglas@srpmic-nsn.gov

24 YOGA IN THE RAINFOREST, 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. at Butterfly Wonderland 9500 East Via de Ventura, Scottsdale Az. Practice yoga surrounded by thousands of butterflies! This hour-long class will guide you through a series of yoga poses that help you build strength and gain flexibility. $20. For more informaiton call Butterfly Wonderland (480) 800-3000, ext. 207 to reserve.
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FOSTER CARE AWARENESS NOON WALK, 12 p.m.-1 p.m. at the Round House Café outside front area. Come out and show your support for Foster Care Parents, Community Families and Children who are in transition. The Foster Care Program is always looking for potential families to open their heart and homes in becoming a short term and long term options to help community families and children. For more information please call or email Avarae John, Social Services Department (480) 362-7359

24 SODA WITH SECURITY- RECOGNIZING SIGNS OF TEEN DOMESTIC, 5:30 p.m.- 7 p.m. at Salt River High School. Join us for a soda and popcorn social. Presentation on recognizing the Signs of Teen Domestic Violence. Presented by Vurlene Notsinneh-Bowekaty . Soda with Security is a monthly event sponsored by Education Security and School Resource Officers. For more information on this event call (480) 362-2511.
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6TH GRADE PROMOTION, 2 p.m.-3 p.m. at the Salt River High School Lecture Hall. For more information call Salt River High School at (480) 362- 2000.

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KINDER CELEBRATION, 9 a.m. at Salt River Elementary Basketball Court. For more information call Salt River Elementary School at (480) 362-2400.

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WIOA ORIENTATION, 9 a.m.-10 a.m. at the Human Resources Two Waters Building B. Join us to learn about the workforce innovation and opportunity act adult program and services. For more information please contact Community Employment at (480) 362-7950.

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8TH GRADE PROMOTION 6 p.m. at Salt River High School Lecture Hall. For more information call Salt River High School at (480) 362- 2000.

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SALT RIVER HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION, 7 p.m.-9 p.m. at the SR Football Field. For more information call Salt River High School at (480) 362- 2000.

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COMMUNITY MEMBERS, LAST DAY TO GET YOUR FREE CONGRATULATORY MESSAGE IN THE AU-AUTHM ACTION NEWS SPECIAL GRADUATION ISSUE. For more information cal Richie Corrales at (480)

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LISA LAMPANELLI, 8 p.m. at Talking Stick Resort. Lisa Lampanelliís raunchy, gut-busting performances are wildly popular at theaters across the U.S. and Canada. This equal opportunity offender is a regular on late night television, and a frequent guest and guest host on Howard Sternís Sirius XM satellite radio shows. For ticket availability or for more information contact our Box Office at (480) 850-7734.

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PINE: 36TH ANNUAL PINE-STRAWBERRY ARTS & CRAFTS FESTIVAL Ė Pine Community Center, 75+ arts & crafts booths, featuring stained glass, jewelry, wood items, pottery, baby items, art work, cards, copper items, Fire Dept. pancake breakfast, raffle for three quilts, childrenís activities, food, free, 928-476-6537 or http://www.rimcountrychamber.com or http://www.pinestrawhs.org

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HAPPY 3RD BIRTHDAY BUTTERFLY WONDERLAND, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. at Butterfly Wonderland. Join us for three days of celebratory fun including a bounce house, kidsí games, complimentary face painting, photos with our Butterfly Princess, food trucks, live music by Native American flutist Aaron White, progressive ambient stylist Scott Schaefer, and Mark Bensette Aux Bois performing the wood flute, didgeridoo, guitar and harp in the Conservatory from 11am-4pm.

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NEVER FORGET, FOREVER HONOR, SRPMIC MEMORIAL DAY SERVICES, 9 a.m., Lehi Cemetery, 10 a.m., Lehi Community Building. Program, Lunch Served, Children's Activities, Door Prizes. Everyone Invited. For more information call Pacer Reina at (480) 362-7490

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SUMMER CAMP AT THE LEHI BRANCH OF THE BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF GREATER SCOTTSDALE, Check out our premier Youth Summer Camp were they have planned over 330 plus fun activities for your kids this summer. Lehi Community Building on Stapley & Oak 1231 E. Oak St Mesa, AZ. See what Summer Camp fees are and Program and dates. For more information call John Paul Saspe at (480) 850-4453.

 

  JUNE
2 DEADLINE TO SUBMIT APPLICATION TO ATTEND THE SRPMIC GRADUATION RECOGNITION PROGRAM. The program will be held at the Talking Stick Resort, June 16 at 6 p.m. For more information contact Susie Thomas at (480) 362-2547
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SRHS SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM, session start as early as 8 a.m. through noon and 12:30 p.m. through 4:30 p.m. Salt River High School is looking forward to providing an incredible summer school program for high school students looking to make up credits. Transportation is available for the early session. If interested, please stop by Salt River High School for a registration form or call (480) 362-2000 for more information.

10 JR. MISS SALT RIVER PAGENT, 6 p.m., Talking Stick Showroom. Theme: Sisters & Daughters of the Water. For more information contact the Miss Salt River Committee at (480) 362-7474 or MissSaltRiver@srpmic-nsn.gov
11 MESQUITE PANCAKE BREAKFAST, 8 a.m. - 11 a.m. (or until they run out) at the Huhugam Ki Museum, 10005 E. Osborn Road, Salt River Community. Come and join us as we make mesquite pancakes with prickly pear syrup and a side of scrambled eggs and bacon. We begin at 8 a.m. until we run out of ingredients. Learn about the upcoming mesquite pod season, how to gather pods, watch tortilla making and other outdoor exhibits. Free. For more information contact (480) 362-6320
11 MISS SALT RIVER PAGENT, 3 p.m., Talking Stick Showroom. Theme: Sisters & Daughters of the Water. For more information contact the Miss Salt River Committee at (480) 362-7474 or MissSaltRiver@srpmic-nsn.gov
11 COMMUNITY DAY CELEBRATION. The Salt River PIma-Maricopa Indian Community cordially invites you to the LEADERSHIP HONORING CEREMONY, Two Waters Council Chambers 4 p.m. - 6 p.m. Come join as the Onk Akimel O'odham and Xalychidom Piipaash Gather to Recognize, Honor, & Celebrate It's Past and Present Elected Leadership. Community Day Program following the ceremony at the Two Waters Courtyard. Artist Reception and Exhibit Opening, work by August Wood, Arts & Crafts, Caring for Salt River Awards, Introduction of Jr./Miss Salt River Court, Traditional Singing and Dancing. For More Information, contact: Community Relations at (480) 362-7740