Join Phoenix College on October 26 for Food Day, a nationwide celebration of healthy and sustainably produced food, and a campaign for better food policies.
Keep Phoenix Beautiful will offer four free gardening classes for fall, beginning this Saturday, October 15 at PHX Renews in Midtown.
United Cerebral Palsy’s new location in the Garfield neighborhood offers a range of services and therapies for children and adults with disabilities.
The City of Phoenix is challenging a new state law’s application to the Roosevelt Business Improvement District (BID).
The Roosevelt-area facility is a hub for health services for the HIV/AIDS community and wider public, for meeting spaces and for showcasing local art.
The FOUND:RE Hotel will hold a job fair for all restaurant and hotel positions on September 7 and 8 at the Parson’s Center for Health and Wellness.
The City of Phoenix invites the public to view proposed plans and provide input on the 3rd & 5th Avenues study at an open house on Tuesday, August 23.
The annual fight against hunger Design Build competition combines architecture, engineering and construction and benefits St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance.
Participate in cooking demos, workshops, a scavenger hunt and more this Saturday, August 13 at the Phoenix Public Market.
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