Zucchini subject of virtual cooking class

Zucchini subject of virtual cooking class

Tired of your old zucchini recipes? Tune in on Saturday, June 6th at 11 a.m. when culinary curator Debbie J. Elder shares three of her favorite ways to prepare zucchini as part of the Fountain Hills Community Garden Healing Food Series. “Cooking for others and...
Art in the Hills: How Fountain Hills became so art-centric

Art in the Hills: How Fountain Hills became so art-centric

It’s a story that began more than 20 years ago when Fountain Hills art lovers Jackie and Jerry Miles intentionally started a movement to make Fountain Hills famous for its Public Art collection. Today, Fountain Hills is home to 150 pieces of public art, one of the...
Art Walk Tours

Art Walk Tours

Have you ever wondered what story is behind the remarkable pieces of art that adorn our community? Fountain Hills has one of the largest public art collections in the Southwest with more than 150 pieces and growing! They can be found in the Fountain Hills Community...
Give the Gift of Live Theater for the Holidays

Give the Gift of Live Theater for the Holidays

The award-winning Fountain Hills Theater is offering several performances this holiday season, each sure to delight the theater buff in your family. Man of La Mancha, a moving musical based on the 17th century novel Don Quixote, is playing now through November 24. It...