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  • Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art Scottsdale, Arizona
    The Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art began in 1999 as an educational institution devoted to showcasing displays of contemporary and modern art, design and architecture; being global in its focus. The museum is located in Scottsdale, Arizona and has grown into a gathering place for experiencing culture and contemporary artworks. Becoming the unique and cultural resource for the southwest, the museum presents a number of exhibition related programs and special events that encourage lifelong learning and open forums to discover new and aesthetic contemporary visual art forms, along with classic design objects, imaginative gifts, contemporary jewelry, furnishings, art and architecture books from the novice to the professional. The museum enjoys innovation, creativity and vitality, seeking to create and educate experiences for their visitors with modern and contemporary works that also give opportunities to the artistic community. The architecture of the museum was designed by Will Bruder; and a most ingenious transformation of a movie theater into a contemporary art museum. There are five galleries that exhibit the works from changing exhibitions and the permanent collection, with an outside sculpture garden that contains James Turrell's Knight Rise, one of this well known artist's few public skyspaces and scrim wall, which is a huge curtain of prismatic glass. Some of the current exhibitions includes; young@art Gallery Visions: Text Messages; Architecture+Art: 90 Days over 100 degrees; Spyhopping: Adventures with Sue Chenoweth and the permanent collection; and Re-imagining the West: selections from the permanent collection.

  • Grey Wolf Gallery
    The Grey Wolf Native American gallery in Scottsdale, Arizona is well known and recognized for its authentic quality items that are available for the best price. The gallery highlights the works of local Native American artists and has been doing that for over two decades, with contemporary and traditional gifts, artifacts and souvenirs. They have the best examples of turquoise and silver jewelry, framed art and kachinas, hand-thrown pottery and traditional rugs available to the public anywhere. Sitting in old town Scottsdale, the Grey Wolf has transformed into a landmark with visitors coming here from all over the United States and the world to view the beautiful and authentic Native American jewelry art and relics created by such well known artists as Dina Hunting and Calvin Begay, as well as many others. There are numerous Indian art magazines that show the marvelous products sold here and displayed, including the Cowboy and Indians magazine and Insiders Guide to Phoenix. Examples of their works include; dolls, war shirts, pottery, artifacts, kachinas and jewelry; all exquisitely created by master crafts people that have learned many secrets from their families and ancestors. The magnificent articles are all hand crafted with many long and hard hours spent creating these treasures and keepsakes. For a truly memorable gift, or present, this is one gallery that you will definitely have to visit.

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  • Musical Instrument MuseumMusical Instrument Museum Scottsdale, Arizona
    The Musical Instrument Museum of Scottsdale, Arizona, is the world's first global musical instrument museum and was just opened recently. Since music is one thing that all humans can share, as well as being a source of beauty and comfort in our hectic hustle and bustle lives, this museum opened to celebrate that common bond of existence between all peoples. Music is a way to express our joy or sorrow, a vibrant force that brings people of all different backgrounds and social upbringings into one huge group devoted to the enhancement and perpetuation of musical sounds and melodies. The museum (MIM) is where all of these feelings can be expressed and enjoyed by all without any kind of prejudice or degradation. At the museum you can share in this common legacy and be amazed by the beauty and diversity of musical instruments from around the world that will enrich your lives and help you to understand a little bit more about the people from various continents of the world. They say that music soothes the savage soul, and that is probably true since there are so many variations of music today, more so than has ever been recorded or played before in the world. The museum welcomes the young and old, the novice and the knowledgeable to come here and explore their world of musical instruments and the marvelous sounds that emanate from them. MIM is devoted to collecting and showcasing musical instruments from every country in the world; and then sharing these gifts with you and the future generations that will come here to listen, learn and enjoy. You will get a close encounter with the instruments, enhanced by the state-of-the-art audio and video effects that will bring those sounds to life and help you learn something more about the cultures and the people that play, make and listen to these magical wonderful instruments. Visitors will also get a history of the musical instruments in a bright and open space that allows you to enjoy the effects of the sounds of music even more. Visitors wear wireless headsets as they travel through the museum, and as you come to the different displays, you will hear the sounds that they make, either by soloist or an ensemble; complete with photographs and video so that you can see what the instrument looks like that made that unique and awesome sound for you. There is also a theater, gift shop and cafe here for your added comforts and it proves to be one of the most enjoyable visits you will ever take.

  •  Cosanti Foundation
    The Cosanti Foundation was started by famed architect, Paolo Soleri, an Italian born ph.d. who worked with Frank Lloyd Wright on Talisin West in Arizona and Talisin East in Wisconsin and soon gained world fame for a bridge design that is now shown at the Museum of Modern Art, and published in the Architecture of Bridges by Elizabeth Mock. After returning to Italy in 1950, to create a big ceramics factory, Paolo learned about the ceramics industry and came back to Arizona to begin his fabled Arcosanti community, and create ceramic and bronze wind-bells and siltcast architectural structures. For more than three decades, the proceeds from the sale of the wind-bells has given him funds to construct his new community that will test his theoretical work. He came to Scottsdale, Arizona in 1956, with his wife, Colly and their two daughters where they made a lifelong commitment to research and experimentation in urban planning and started the Cosanti Foundation. The most prominent project of the foundation is the planned community of Arcosanti, a prototype community for 5000 people, designed by Paolo and under construction since 1970. The town is based on his concept of Arcology architecture mixed with ecology and designed to maximize the interaction and accessibility of an urban environment minimizing the use of raw materials, land, and energy; while reducing waste or creating more pollution. His landmark exhibition, "The Architectural Visions of Paolo Soleri", was organized in 1970 by the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. and traveled around the United States and Canada, breaking attendance records. His Cosanti Foundation is responsible for the production of the magnificent wind-bells made of ceramics and bronze; and has grown in statue over the decades. There are also special assembled bells and cause bells, with accessories available and gift boxes for presents. There are all unique and beautiful, making a most pleasant sound as the wind blows through them.

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  • Cowboy Ciao
    Appetizers; Dungeness crab enchiladas with toasted pepitas, queso Oaxaca, avocado salsa; ahi tuna tartare with roasted beets, toasted pinole, duet of vinaigrette, shaved fennel/cilantro salad; abs of squeal is curried Berkshire pork belly, grilled with Thai chile/cucumber salad, chile oil, sweet soy; daily bowl which could be soup, chili or posole; Mac n Cheese is white cheddar, bacon, cool tomato/chile sauce; buffalo carpaccio rolled in cumin/espresso dry rub, seared, with red onion/honey marmalade and chevre; seared scallops & beet risotto served with dill cream sauce and goat cheese; knife & fork BBQ pork is brown sugar/mesquite smoked pork shoulder, fried sweet potato slaw, chipotle gastrique; southern black tiger shrimp with buttermilk-marinated and cornmeal-fried, served with sweet corn grits and chile sauce; quesadilla del dia; ciao cheese platter is artisanal cheeses with house accompaniments; bruschetta tradizionale; short ribs risotto with asparagus, pecorino Romano, truffle oil. Entrees; exotic mushroom pan fry is mucho mushrooms (includes cremini, button, oyster, cepe, lobster, black trumpet, shiitake, morel, yellow foot) in ancho cream over double-cooked polenta, topped with grilled portabellini, avocado, tomato and cotija cheese; New Zealand lamb loin is peppercorn-crusted, grilled med-rare, topped with roasted tomato/anise butter, served with roasted artichoke risotto, cabernet demi-glace and veggies; Puerco lento is Berkshire pork shank slow-cooked with cumin, chipotle, paprika & verbena, served over creamy fingerling potato casserole with cranberry/walnut chutney; pan-seared panko-crusted halibut served with coconut/ginger sweet potatoes, cucumber/radicchio slay, curry oil; slow-roasted short ribs served with dry sherry BBQ sauce, gouda grits & pan-grilled veggies; grilled salmon McKinley with mojo de ajo, tomatillo salsa, roast poblano cake & pan-grilled veggies; espresso-rubbed filet mignon with red wine demi-glace, tortilla-smashed Yukon gold potatoes, chipotle aioli; couscous & chayote is couscous and chayote squash bowl with corn, black beans, peppers, poblano pesto.

  • Roaring Fork
    Soups & salads; tortilla soup with rotisserie chicken & avocado; iceberg BLT with blue cheese crumbles & ranch; Caesar salad with cornbread croutons; mixed market greens with candied walnuts & feta cheese. Appetizers; queso & fresh salsa with corn tortillas; seared N. Atlantic scallops with wild mushrooms & smoked bacon; fresh guacamole with corn tortillas; fondue pot & lamb chops with butternut squash, chili-pecan bread; kettle of green chili pork with corn tortillas; rotisserie chicken flatbread with roasted chiles & pepper jack; Yucatan style gulf shrimp chilled with lime, avocado & tomato; fried avocado & crab with spicy crab remoulade & chives; hickory smoked salmon with sliced panini toasts. House specialties; Roaring Fork burger is fresh ground chuck, aged longhorn cheddar, pepper bacon, house baked bun & hand cut fries; slow smoked baby back ribs with Dr. Pepper BBQ sauce & fries; spinach chicken Waldorf salad with sliced apples, avocado & candied walnuts; braised Dr. Pepper beef short ribs with Falls Mill soft cheese grits; slow roasted pork shoulder carnitas with fresh tortillas, black beans & cilantro rice; boneless buttermilk-fried chicken with smashed potatoes & peppercorn gravy. Fresh Fish; simply grilled fresh fish of the day with lime cilantro rice, avocado & roasted corn butter; wood grilled fresh fish tacos with corn tortilla, avocado, tomato pico & salsa verde; frying pan river rainbow trout sautéed with roasted almonds & brown butter; wood oven roasted shrimp with Falls Mill soft cheese grits. Wood Fired Rotisserie & Grill; slow braised Colorado lamb shank with natural jus & apple mint gremolata; spit roasted half chicken with black beans, avocados & fresh tortillas; 16oz. prime NY strip; 8oz. center cut filet mignon; sugar cured duck breast with onion jam, sour cherry mustard & little cabbages.


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  • Stillman Railroad Stillman Railroad Scottsdale, Arizona
    The McCormick-Stillman Railroad park sits on 40 wonderful acres in a railroad park in Scottsdale, Arizona and contains a Magma Arizona Railroad engine, a railroad museum, a 15" gauge railroad, a 7.5" gauge live steam railroad and three model railroad cars. The Fowler McCormicks donated 100 acres to the city in 1967, stating that it had to be used as a park for the community to enjoy. Their son, Guy Stillman, installed his 15" gauge narrow gauge railroad copy on the land and named it "Paradise & Pacific Railroad, and gave it to the city in 1971. Senator Barry Goldwater and the U. S. Marines donated for the railroad park's enlargement, helping the park open in 1975. The park's initial name was the McCormick Railroad Park, however, in 1996, it was renamed to the McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park in honor of its founder, Guy Stillman. The city would sell off 60 acres a few years ago to a land developer. Attractions located in the park include; two children's playgrounds, with one southwestern themed and adobe structured; the Paradise & Pacific Railroad that was started by Stillman and has a length of 3800 feet of track and 1400 feet of sidetrack, with a tunnel, water tank, large train shed and workshop, loading platform, turntable and two crossing signals. There is also two cabooses, three diesel engines, three steam engines, trolley car, coach car, numerous gondola cars and two boxcars; and the Charro Carrousel, a marvelous merry-go-round that was constructed in 1950 by the Allan Herschell Company. Exhibits include; a xeriscape arboretum that has been growing since 1980 and has excellent species of plants that came here from various regions in the country; the Magma Arizona Railroad Engine #6 that was completed in 1907 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works and operated in the Magma Arizona Railroad for more than 54 years and is the last Arizona & New Mexico locomotive left in the state; the railroad museum; the Gabre Brooks machine shop that was constructed in 1930 by Brooks, who was believed to be the best machinist in the country during WWII and houses the original machining equipment; the Roald Amundsen Pullman car that was given to the Scottsdale Railroad and Mechanical Society by Mr. and Mrs. Franz Talley and only one of the six cars that were constructed by the Pullman Company in 1928. The car cost $205,000 and was used by numerous Presidents; Herbert Hoover, Franklin Roosevelt, Harry Truman and Dwight D. Eisenhower, who used the car quite a bit during his whistle-stop campaign in 1952. This is the very car that President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Canadian Prime Minister W. L. McKenzie King got together and agreed to the Ogdenberg Declaration which provided for the defense of North America if it should be invaded. This event became the forerunner of the North American Air Defense that would become known as N.O.R.A.D.; and given to the park in 1971; and the Navajo Hogans which are two of the three Indian hogans that exist off the Northern Arizona Navajo Indian Reservation; with the other one sitting in the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona.

  • Scottsdale Historical Museum
    The Scottsdale Historical Museum is located in Scottsdale, Arizona and sits in a marvelous old red brick schoolhouse and was constructed in 1909. The history of the schoolhouse is as old as the city itself and begins back in 1896, when Chaplain Winfield Scott saw the need for an educational system in the area, since Mrs. George Blunt, wife of the principal of the Phoenix School had been instructing 8 children in their ranchhouse by the Scott homestead. So, August 3, 1896, a group of citizens from the area met with the chaplain to talk about the creation of a school. Chaplain Scott, John S. Tait and Frank Titus were asked if they would be members of a school committee, and three weeks later, met at the Titus ranch to organize the area into a school district. They decided to call it Scottsdale, after the chaplain, and three lots were picked on the southeast part of the district and some of the town folks built a 16 by 18 foot wooden structure. That school term had 14 students that were in all eight grades and Hattie Green was paid $45 a month to be the teacher. The next year, another room, 12 feet, was added onto the building to take care of the new children coming to the school. The structure was used until 1909, when the amount of children that were enrolling had grown to big to continue using the small schoolhouse. The next May, 1909, a bond election was held, and $5000 was allocated for the new school house; next to the original. They named it Scottsdale Grammar School and it now occupied by the Scottsdale Historical Museum; housing two big classrooms, two small rooms for supply and book storage, and entry hall, all sitting over a full basement. Like most towns and early settlements in that period, the school house was used completely throughout the day; as a school in the day, and as a community social center the remainder of the time. They used it for Sunday school and church, polling place where the citizens would vote to erect a new Scottsdale High School; Red Cross bandage rolling and the Farm Improvement Society. When the new high school was opened and a new elementary school as well, the old brick schoolhouse was used to teach the Mexican-American children. After the town was incorporated, they used part of the land the schools sat on, and part of the building as city offices, and rented part of it to the county. The "Old red Brick Schoolhouse" was used as the town hall and country court office; and when these offices outgrew the size of the structure, it became the city library. The city planned on tearing it down in 1968, but the Scottsdale Historical Society was started in 1969 to save it and held numerous fundraising projects to restore the building; although they failed to raise enough. The Chamber of Commerce said they would buy the structure if they could use some of the rooms for offices until they could get their own place. The chamber signed a lease with the city in 1972, and the historical society held their meetings in the basement, with a minor display on the main floor. The chamber moved into a new building in the new Scottsdale Civic Mall next to the property in 1991 and that July, the historical society opened their Historical Museum with exhibits of old photographs, various exhibits of life in the town and the southwest and a classroom the way it would have looked in 1910. Permanent exhibits include one of Winfield Scott, the one-room schoolhouse, barber chair and post, artistic memorabilia, early tent kitchen, a parlor, and other eclectic objects. There is a temporary exhibits gallery and gift shop.

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  • Sylvia Plotkin MuseumSylvia Plotkin Museum Scottsdale, Arizona
    The Sylvia Plotkin Museum was started in 1967 at the Temple Beth Israel in Phoenix, Arizona and has steadily grown into one of the southwest's most prominent institutions of education in the Jewish heritage with outstanding exhibits, activities and events. The museum educates visitors about the unique history of the Jewish culture that has been around for over 5000 years, and is located in Scottsdale, Arizona with numerous programs held every year to augment this spectacular museum, with well known guest speakers, lectures, films, symposia and special exhibits. Inspired by Rabbi and Sylvia Plotkin, the Judaica Museum was started in the new cultural wing of the temple and since Sylvia had a background in Judiaca and arts, she was made the director; and in 1985, it was renamed the Plotkin Judaica Museum. In 1996, Sylvia passed on, and the board voted to rename it to the Sylvia Plotkin Judaica Museum in honor of her dedicated years of service to the museum. They lost her special dedication, but not her goals, which are still thriving in the staff and volunteers. The museum was relocated in 1997 when the temple moved and became part of the Silverman Cultural Arts Center; along with its marvelous library. The museum has a permanent collection of more than 1000 relics from across the globe, with temporary exhibits enhancing the permanent collection. Currently, there is a wonderful exhibit about the Torah, life cycle events and holidays. Their permanent Tunisian Legacy Exhibit contains a beautiful reconstructed composite synagogue of Tunis, off the coast of North Africa with gorgeous mosaic tiles and elegant arches that include authentic relics donated by members of the Tunisian Jewish community. Their interactive display is the Western Wall, a replicated to scale part of the Western Wall in Jerusalem and visitors are encouraged to leave a note in the cracks between the stones; like they do at the real site.  This is really a wonderful opportunity to come and enjoy learning more about the race and religion that started the Christian movement that began there more than 2000 years ago, when a lowly carpenter, born of a virgin, grew into the man/God that he was and sacrificed His life so that we all should be forgiven for our transgressions and be able to talk to God without the intervention of a man; regardless of how good or great he was.

  • Barrett-Jackson Classic Car Auction
    The Barrett-Jackson Classic Car Auction started in 1971, and is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, providing products and services to the classic and collector car owners, collectors and car enthusiasts; offering Americans and others the "World's Greatest Collector Car Events" in Scottsdale, Las Vegas, Nevada, Palm Beach, Florida and Orange County, California. Tom Barrett and Russ Jackson started the first auction in Scottsdale, Arizona when Russ met Tom who had a 1933 Cadillac V-16 Town Car he was interested in. The two men held a car show in 1967, called the "Fiesta del Auto Elegance, which was a fund raising event for the local charities and Scottsdale library. In 1971, they held a classic car auction and Tom's Mercedes 770 Phaeton sold for $153,000. In January, 1973, the first car auction, called, Correction, was put on by Kruse, with the two men supplying 40 cars on consignment for the annual event and was a Kruse production until 1980, when they decided to go out on their own; with an annual Scottsdale auction. Russ Jackson passed on in 1993, and Tom Barrett in 2004, with Craig Jackson working for them at the auctions, he took over the reins and internet live bidding was started that year. At the 3rd annual Palm Beach auction in 2005, it was renamed the Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction and in 2008, it would also be held in Las Vegas and in 2010, it will be held in Orange County, California. Even though the name infers that it is only a car auction, they do sell off other vehicles like airplanes, engines, motorcycles and trucks; and beginning in 2007 they have auctioned off rock and roll memorabilia, boats and other items. It became a venue for American car manufacturers to sell the first production models and generation combination in a charity format and the Saturday auction has become known as Shatterday because of the often record breaking sales that occur during the auction. Numerous celebrities have come to the famous event, some even putting up their own items for sale and have included; Jesse James, Sammy Hagar, Tony Stewart, Michael Antony, DMX, Jay Leno, Bill Goldberg, Alice Cooper, Carroll Shelby, Billy Corgan, Reggie Jackson and Randy Johnson. During the past 39 years the auction has been happening, it has grown into eight days, with six days of auctions, selling about 1000 vehicles, demonstrations, nightlife, drifting, fashion shows and ride n drives; and getting more than 200,000 visitors at WestWorld, where it has been held for the last two decades. The Speed Channel has been giving TV coverage of the event since 1993 and at the 39th annual Scottsdale auction, SPEED aired 40 hours of the auction's bidding.

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  • Ron Stewart GalleryRon Stewart Gallery Scottsdale, Arizona
    At the Ron Stewart Gallery in Scottsdale, Arizona you will have the opportunity to buy one of his marvelous paintings, watercolors or bronze sculptures depicting the great west. Ron is a contemporary western artist, in a field overcrowded, but with such professional achievements that his work is head and shoulders above the others, perhaps because of his personal feelings for the old west and the people that lived it. Ron presents a mood and atmosphere that exudes from his works that is lacking in many other contemporaries, putting life into his works that is felt, seen and certainly enjoyed. His friendly, low keyed personality sets him apart from many of the artists of the west today as he brings color and magic into his renditions of the wild and beautiful west in such a manner that you are enticed into buying one of his outstanding artworks. His works in sculpture are dramatic and realistic, with genuine talent being seen and obviously appreciated, his paintings and watercolors are so realistic that you could almost believe that they are photographs, with splashes of colors and flourishes of strokes that you might be next to the painting or the actual event that was captured on canvas. His works are definitely worth seeing and enjoying when visiting Scottsdale, with another gallery in Wyoming. The amazing details and the attention to them that Ron applies is spellbinding and any works that might interest you will certainly be an addition to a fine collection of western works. So, if you are around Scottsdale, Arizona or Jackson, Wyoming, stop in and visit, and if you can afford the time, use it to peruse his galleries while you can imagine what it would have been like for you to be there in the picture, at that period, and how you might have reacted to the results that are shown in oil, watercolors or bronze.  The painting shown in the digital image is called Morning Silence and is a beautiful painting that should stir any man's heart, and one of many such paintings that is sold at the gallery or online. Imagine yourself in the saddle, sitting there almost waiting for something to happen, as the hair on the back of your neck rises in alarming anticipation; as even the horses sit there in silent poses, waiting for what? The sun to rise fully over the mountains or a band of Indians to come riding at you out of the woods beyond? Who knows, but you could always ask Ron himself.

  • American Fine Arts Editions, Inc.
    At the American Fine Art Editions, Inc. gallery in Scottsdale, Arizona there are many opportunities to view great artists and their works, as well as purchase a special piece for your own collection or even begin one. The gallery is a world renown international art publisher and fine art gallery that have been helping their clients realize their dreams of owning an original work of art for over a quarter of a century. The gallery has been specializing in 19th, 20th and 21st century European and American artworks for many years with a marvelous 12,000 square foot gallery that showcases many of the top artists in the world in a number of different works that include; hand blown glasswork, paintings, etchings, sculpture, lithographs, drawings and serigraphs. Currently they have a number of beautiful LeRoy Neiman paintings that will amaze you and give you such enjoyment that you will there for hours perusing the many paintings that this great artist has completed. They also carry fine jewelry and can frame any original painting or lithograph that catches your eye. Live glassblowing can be enjoyed here among other wonderful activities that will encourage you to let your mind go and carry you away into a land of beauty and grace that will speak to you in ways you never thought possible. Some of the great artists works that they carry include; Dali, Fairchild, Alvar, Buffet, Chagall, Delacroix, Gorman, Hallam, Boulanger, Calder, Agam, Hart, Holland, Wyeth, Warhol, Kaufman, Max, Miro, Morris, Neiman, Picasso, Picot, Pradzynski, Renoir, Rockwell, Seuss, Tobiasse, Vargas and Vasarely. Here you can learn more about the artist and his or her works, gaining an insight from the gallery staff that is above and beyond any information that you had or could gather on your own, without spending many years learning; which they have. It is a fantastic way to enjoy a day of leisure and serenity, out of the heat of the Arizona sun and inside a fantastic place where you can indulge your inner artist, even if you can't draw a straight line.

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  • Fiesta Bowl MuseumFiesta Bowl Museum Scottsdale, Arizona
    The idea for the Fiesta Bowl started in 1968 when Arizona State University president G. Homer Durham spoke at one of the athletic banquets and said that the city of Phoenix, Arizona should have a football bowl game, and now the Valley of the Sun has two bowl games each year, after 40 years of giving local and national fans the best games around. The first bowl game happened in 1971 at the Sun Devil stadium, and has added billions to the state because of the Fiesta Bowl games. Surprisingly, the last 24 out of 25 Fiesta Bowl games have been sell outs, and includes the last bowl game when Texas would score in the final 16 seconds of the game to beat out Ohio State, 24-21. Each year it seems that the games have become more exciting and watched by millions on the television. It is just amazing how that small idea has grown into one of the most exciting and watched bowl games in the country and has brought together many people that love the game and enjoy watching it no matter what the weather or what is happening in their lives. The history of the bowl is quite exciting and well worth reading if you get the time and inclination, with more involvement by people all across the United States. The Fiesta Bowl idea was approved by the NCAA in 1971 and in June of that year, a contest was held to decide what the bowl game should be called and they received over 6500 entries, with 73 people wanting it to be called Fiesta. That first year was a really memorable one of the creators and participants, with a ice cream eating contest, naming the first queen and then a marathon. On December 27, 1971, the Fiesta Bowl game was held with Arizona State playing against Florida State and the Sun Devils won the 45-38 game giving the 51,000 fans more than they could have ever imagined and the games, the bowl games were on and making history. The first parade is held in December, 1972, and the next year the national junior tennis tournament was held. It continued to grow over the years and today is one of the best venues to enjoy in person in Arizona or to watch on the television with every game holding more excitement than you could stand or want.  The museum has taken all those glorious moments and mementos and put them in a marvelous museum that will surprise you. The greatest moments of the Fiesta Bowl games are relived here, with numerous exhibits that help to learn more about this fabulous sport and bowl game, with 120 football bowl subdivision helmets and some of the most prestigious awards in the sport like the Fiesta Bowl, National Champions Coaches' Trophy, the Heisman and Eddie Robinson trophies. 

  • Desert Highland Golf ClubDesert Highland Golf Club Scottsdale, Arizona
    For a great outdoor adventure, with more thrills than an amusement park, the Desert Highland Golf Club is located on the magnificent Sonora Desert outside of Scottsdale, Arizona and is a Jack Nicklaus signature designed golf course and unique clubhouse that has gotten international notice. The spectacular 18 hole, par 72 golf course is a most inviting course, played by such well known golfers as Jack, Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, Combo and Watson and although it is a private course you might have a friend who has a friend to help you get in to play a round or two while visiting. The club was the first in this country to open an 18 hole professional putting course, inspired by the one at St. Andrews, this is a beautiful lush oasis in the desert that surrounds the course and offer some excellent views and vistas if you have the time to look and enjoy. The putting course is a marvelous place to test your skills on the par 41 putting greens that contain over 60,000 square feet and are free to members and their guests. The spectacular views that can be seen from many of the greens are beyond words, with a bright sun rising in the east, brilliant green fairways and more to keep your eyes alive and awake. There is a fully stocked golf shop with the friendliest people in the state waiting to help you with your every need or desire. The club hosts many great events throughout the year for both men and women and is such a pleasure to play that you will think about moving into one of the fabulous million dollar homes that encompass the course. There is an excellent fitness center located here, with spa services and a pool, walking and jogging paths going through and into the beautiful hills surrounding the area. Also a great tennis court system that has been the envy of many other clubs and began the standard for many clubs and courses throughout the southwest that have copied this great club since it opened in 1983.

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