Coming Up This Weekend

Dated: 04/23/2014

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Looking for something to do this weekend? There are quite a few activities going on around the valley that will get you out and enjoying Arizona's beautiful wether!!

First is a Family Bike Ride in Chandler on Saturday, April 26th.  This is a free 7.4-mile ride (Click here for map.) is free, but pre-registration is recommended. The first 100 people to pre-register will receive a free T-shirt. The ride starts and ends at the Chandler Park and Ride (2100 S. Hamilton Street). The Bike ride will begin at 8:30.

Another event this weekend is Pat's Run on Saturday, April 26th.  Pat's Run is an annual running/walking event held in memory of Pat Tillman and commemorating his ultimate sacrifice. Proceeds benefit the foundation established after his death.  The event goes from 6am-10am and is held at the Sun Devil Stadium at ASU in Tempe, AZ.
End the weekend with April Pools Day on Sunday, April 27th.  
Scottsdale’s free “April Pools Day” event takes place from 1 to 5 p.m at Eldorado Aquatic and Fitness Center, 2301 N. Miller Road. Features include raffles and prizes as well as exhibits and water safety demonstrations.
To find more events going on in the valley continue to watch my blog.  If you would like more information on Arizona Real Estate click the links below or give me a call at 602-820-4918.
~Megan Garner

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