Lucky Man Concerts Presents Michael Franti & SpearheadZiggy Marley Mesa, Arizona Friday, June 14th, 2019 at 6:15pm Doors open 5:00 PM General Admission: $42
How do animals get water in the desert where there is little or none? How do they survive and thrive in such harsh conditions? Are there animals that don’t drink water? Discover the answers to these questions and more in this exciting one-hour presentation!
How dangerous are the wild animals that live in our communities? How can we live with them and still be safe? How do they survive and thrive around people? Discover the answers to these questions and more in this informative one-hour presentation!
Fade the lights and turn up the music. Every third Saturday from October to May MAC's campus will be taken over by a new artist with a unique, crazy-fun theme--complete with live art, live music, great eats, tasty adult drinks and much more. Did we mention it’s free?
Mesa Community College Theatre & Film Arts presents National Theatre Live’s broadcast of I’m Not Running. I’m Not Running is an explosive new play by David Hare, premiering at the National Theatre and broadcast live to cinemas.
Kids (including parents and caregivers) will learn about our desert through a fun story, game, and a short outdoor experience. Feel free to bring a picnic lunch to enjoy after the program at one of the playgrounds in our park. Please bring water and closed-toe shoes. Suggested for ages 3-6.
The international Mariachi Sonido de México has performed in Mexico and the United States and has recorded several CD's. Mariachi Sonido de México has incorporated the traditional Mexican Mariachi music and has infused new music to enrich the cultural aspect and create a new younger audience.
How have people survived off the desert for thousands of years? Which desert plants are edible and when are they edible? Discover the answers to these questions and more in this exciting quarter-mile stroll along the Desert Hawk Trail. Join our Park Ranger as he shares some useful information about our edible desert plants. Please bring water and closed-toe shoes. Meet at the Nature Center.
Born and raised in Eureka, California, Utah-based singer/songwriter Mindy Gledhill spent some of her formative years in Spain (where she learned to speak the language fluently) before studying at Brigham Young University. Her albums include Feather in the Wind (2007), Anchor (2010), the Christmas-themed Winter Moon (2011), Pocketful of Poetry (2013), and Rabbit Hole (2019).
The year closes with the Wind Ensemble, String Orchestras and Full Symphony performing some of their favorite popular pieces in the beautiful Ikeda Theater.
What are the names of the cacti that grow in our desert? How do they survive (and thrive!) in such a harsh environment? Discover amazing facts about these incredible plants when you join our Park Ranger for this scenic stroll along the quarter-mile Desert Hawk Trail. Please bring water and closed-toe shoes. Meet at the Nature Center.