June and July 2012 Events in Downtown Scottsdale
The Old Town Saturday Farmer's Market – Summer Time Change
This popular weekly attraction provides residents and visitors with a colorful variety of handmade items, localproduce and food samples by award-winning chefs from local eateries. The market is on the northwest corner of Brown Ave. and 2
Street with plentiful underground parking and street side parking. To view a slideshow of market offerings go to: http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov/downtown/OldTownDebut.asp
Time: Saturdays March and April 7am – 11amWhere: Oldtown Corral Parking Garage (street level)Contact: 480-312-7750 - www.arizonafarmersmarkets.com McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park’s Free Concert Series
McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park hosts its free Concert Series through July 3.Bring a blanket or chair, and hear a variety of favorite local bands. Call to find out who’s playing & when.
Time: Sunday evenings May 6 to July 8, 7:30 to 9 p.m.Where: Southeast corner of Indian Bend and Scottsdale roadsContact: For entertainment Schedule call 480-312-2312 select #5 Scottsdale Adventure Center
This new Scottsdale Convention & Visitors Bureau center helps visitors learn about and immediately book outdoor adventures - from hiking and biking to horseback riding and hot air balloon rides.
Time: Scottsdale Fashion Square Mall Hours - Where: Scottsdale Fashion SquareContact: www.scottsdalecvb.com Summer Spectacular ArtWalk
One of the Valley’s most surprising events always draws hundreds to the “coolness” of the Scottsdale Arts District.The 23rd annual Summer Spectacular ArtWalk is sure to provide another great midsummer’s entertainment. ArtWalkers can “chill out” as they enjoy dozens of fine art galleries will be busy with artist demonstrations, exhibitopenings, special receptions, wine tastings, live music, delicious samples from great restaurants, and more.The Scottsdale Gallery Association’s new YEA! – Young & Emerging Artists program features live artistdemonstrations to the beat of live jazz at the northwest corner of Main Street & Marshall Way near the famed“Jackknife” statue. Nearby, cuisine is often served up by top area restaurants who sell favorite items to help raisefunds for YEA! and the nonprofit SGA’s Arts Education Fund. As always, there are many fantastic eateries nearbythat make “ArtWalk’s Recommended Restaurants” list.sponsored in part by
China Mist Iced Teas
Time: Thursday, July 5, 7-9pm Where: Main Street and Marshall Way.Contact: Scottsdale ArtWalk hotline, 480-990-3939 or visit www.scottsdalegalleries.com
Second Saturday Downtown Cultural Trolley Tour
Climb aboard an air conditioned, historic Downtown Scottsdale Trolley and be taken to the arts district and learnabout different galleries. Tour galleries and have an expanded experience the average visitor misses. Park in alower level of the Oldtown Parking Corral and return to a cool comfortable ride home. Meet at the Old AdobeMission on Southeast corner of Brown Avenue Second Street.Great for families and the tour and parking are free.