21 July 2014

Week in Cave Creek

Hey y'all! It's a new week in Cave Creek and here are some of the things going on in our town.

Monday July 21

Town of Cave Creek Town Hall Meeting
7:00PM at Cave Creek Council Chambers
37622 N Cave Creek Rd.
Cave Creek, AZ 85331

Road construction continues on Cave Creek Rd. South of Carefree Hwy.

Tuesday July 22

Road construction continues on Cave Creek Rd. South of Carefree Hwy.

Wednesday July 23

Road construction continues on Cave Creek Rd. South of Carefree Hwy.

Thursday July 24

Road construction concludes on Cave Creek Rd. South of Carefree Hwy.

Friday July 25

Carefree Farmer's Market
9:00AM - 1:00PM at the Sundial Gardens
08 Sundial Circle
Carefree, AZ 85377


Independent Film Festival
Short Term 12 (R)
10:30AM - 12:00PM at Desert Foothills Library
38443 N Schoolhouse Rd
Cave Creek, AZ 
480. 488.2286

Told through the eyes of Grace, a twenty-something supervisor at a group home for troubled teens — passionate, tough and in love with her long-term boyfriend and co-worker, Mason. But Grace’s difficult past, her fierce independence and the arrival of a distraught new girl at the facility create complications that push Grace and Mason to the brink. In this unique love story the couple comes to embrace a surprising future together, discovering truth and humor in unexpected places. (96 minutes)


Arizona History Dinner with Wyatt Earp: A Life on the Frontier
5:00 - 9:00PM at Cartwright's Sonoran Ranch House
6710 E Cave Creek Rd, Cave Creek, AZ 
Phone: 480.488.8031
Cost: $55 for presentation, live music and three course dinner, plus sales tax and 18% gratuity.

No-host cocktails at 5:00PM.
Gourmet dinner served at 6:00PM sharp. 
History presentations/discussions at 7PM.

Dinner Includes:
Appetizer: Chicken fried baby back ribs, blackberry habanero BBQ, braised Anasazi beans and vegetable escabeche

Entrée: Bacon-wrapped buffalo & dried cherry meat loaf, roasted shallot & green chili gravy, cheesy gratin potatoes and wood-grilled zucchini

Dessert: Chocolate pots de crème with fresh whip cream and chocolate shavings served with sun-dried cherry and chocolate chip biscotti

Whether you’re an Arizona native or just passing through, you won’t want to miss the fourth annual series of Cartwright’s Sonoran Ranch House History Dinners presented by Sanderson Lincoln beginning May 14, 2014. There are no better story spinners than our own Marshall Trimble, Bob “Boze” Bell, Wyatt Earp, Dolan Ellis, and Lance Polingyouma, and there is no better place to fill your belly while getting an earful than at Cartwright’s, where the accolades are piled higher than the tall tales you’ll hear.

New this year, a true living relative and tribute to his famous namesake, Wyatt Earp has shared nationwide and international performances of one-man plays “Wyatt Earp: A Life on the Frontier” and “The Gentleman Doc Holliday.” He is a member of the Arizona Gunfighters, and will be presenting “A Life on the Frontier” July 23, 2014. Meet the man and not the myth the story didn’t tell!

The evening begins at 5 p.m. with no-host cocktails in the award-winning, newly remodeled Cartwright’s Sonoran Ranch House Ranch Room. Three courses of signature modern ranch cuisine are specially prepared from scratch by top-ranking chef Montez Crane and talented pastry chef Amanda Crick to correspond with the theme of each evening. Delectable dining and desserts are followed by notable and notorious speakers, who will weave their words, sing songs and spin yarns about days of old in Arizona’s Sonoran foothills.

Saturday July 26

Life along the Creek 
7:00AM - 9:00AM at Spur Cross
44000 N Spur Cross Rd
Cave Creek, AZ 

Join interpretive ranger Kevin Smith for a look at the plants and animals that live in the riparian area along Cave Creek. The hike will take us through the Jewel of the Creek and along the lower Dragonfly Trail for a distance of approximately 1.5 miles.


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