Scottsdale Mayor Announces Student Constitution Day Writing Contest
Aug18

Scottsdale Mayor Announces Student Constitution Day Writing Contest

Aug. 18, 2018 Courtesy City of Scottsdale   Mayor’s Constitution Day Contest showcases American pride; offers prizes and recognition for winning entries Scottsdale Mayor W.J. “Jim” Lane is again hosting a Constitution Day Contest to commemorate the Sept. 17, 1797, signing of the U. S. Constitution. “Every year, I receive many thoughtful and creative entries for our Constitution Day Contest,” said Mayor Lane. “With this contest, I...

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Community Events Calendar
Aug18

Community Events Calendar

The Peak’s calendar covers community events in Scottsdale and neighboring communities. Our local events include everything from local concerts, festivals, equestrian activities, to government events. On this page you can find or access: Events Calendar – a monthly summary of upcoming events Venue Websites – local organizations that organize and hold events Electronic Newsletters – a link to Newsletter Nook,...

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MIM Upcoming Concerts, August 17 & Beyond
Aug18

MIM Upcoming Concerts, August 17 & Beyond

August 17, 2017 The concerts at the Musical Instrument Museum’s Music Theater feature a variety of genres performed in the acoustic intimacy of MIM’s 300-seat theater. For concert information, click below. MIM Upcoming Concerts (PDF) New shows are continuously added. For the current schedule visit http://www.mim.org. The Peak Welcomes Your Comment The Peak invites you to share your thoughts about this article by using the...

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First Day in School: Dreaded Day by Manuel Germano
Aug18

First Day in School: Dreaded Day by Manuel Germano

Updated: August, 18, 2017 Prologue As my grandchildren head off to college, high school and middle school, I am reminded of “Duke” Germano  and the remarkable article that begins below. It is an incredible story. I hope my grandkids read it and I hope you do too. Manuel Daniel Germano did not go to school until he was seven, when he was “sent away” to Perkins School of the Blind, originally named the Asylum for...

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Scottsdale Update Newsletter, August 17
Aug17

Scottsdale Update Newsletter, August 17

August 17, 2017 Courtesy City of Scottsdale For City of Scottsdale headlines, news, video of the week, events, and information, including contact information, for city programs and services, click below. Scottsdale Update Newsletter (PDF)   The Peak Welcomes Your Comment The Peak invites you to share your thoughts about this article by using the “Submit a Comment” box at the bottom of this page. All comments are...

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