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Tony and Carol La Conte host “Stargazing for Everyone” at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 14, at Skyline Regional Park, 2600 N. Watson Road, Buckeye. The free class will show participants how to use a sky map and discuss the names and meanings of the stars. Participants are encouraged to arrive ea…

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Explore new hobbies with special interest classes from Buckeye’s Community Services Department. These in-person classes from Feb. 20 to May, taught by professionals, involve a minimal fee.

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Avondale Parks and Recreation Department will feature the animated film “Cars” at an outdoor neighborhood movie night on Saturday, Feb. 27. 

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Avondale Public Library is hosting a virtual battle of the bands, to support all Avondale school music programs and provide resources to further support the community’s music programs.

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Tony and Carol La Conte host “Stargazing for Everyone” at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 14, at Skyline Regional Park, 2600 N. Watson Road, Buckeye. The free class will show participants how to use a sky map and discuss the names and meanings of the stars. Participants are encouraged to arrive ea…

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On New Year’s Eve, folks can hang out at home and watch the iconic ball drop in Times Square on television from the comfort of your couch.

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As it starts to cool down in the Valley, Girl Scouts– Arizona Cactus-Pine Council (GSACPC) wants to remind West Valley residents of all the amazing opportunities to explore the outdoors – right in your backyard. Check out these Girl Scout approved ideas for getting in touch with nature and e…

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The Buckeye Main Street Coalition presents the 16th annual Glow on Monroe electric light parade at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 14, in downtown Buckeye. The event is free and travels east along Monroe Avenue from Second Street to Apache Road.

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The city of Tolleson holds its annual Luces de Navidad Street Festival from 6 p.m. to midnight Friday, Dec. 13, and noon to midnight Saturday, Dec. 15. The street festival will be held in Downtown Tolleson on Van Buren Street between 91st and 94th avenues. 

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How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World – Opens Friday, 2/22

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Isn’t It Romantic – Opens Friday, 2/15

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The Kid Who Would be King – Opens Friday, 1/25

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Glass – Opens Friday, 1/18

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Once Upon a Deadpool – Opens Wednesday, 12/12

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The Possession of Hannah Grace – Opens Friday, 11/30

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Ralph Breaks the Internet – Opens Wednesday, 11/21

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Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch – Opens Friday, 11/9

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Hunter Killer – Opens Friday, 10/26

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Halloween (2018) – Opens Friday, 10/19

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First Man – Opens Friday, 10/12

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Venom – Opens Friday, 10/5

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Night School – Opens Friday, 9/28

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The House with a Clock in its Walls – Opens Friday, 9/21

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The Nun – Opens Friday, 9/7

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Operation Finale – Opens Wednesday, 8/29

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Dog Days – Opens Wednesday, 8/8

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Mission: Impossible - Fallout – Opens Friday, 07/27

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Skyscraper – Opens Thursday, 07/12

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The Incredibles 2 – Opens Friday 6/15

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Deadpool 2 – Opens Friday 5/18

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Super Troopers 2 – Opens Friday, April 20

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Ready Player One – Opens Friday, March 30

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Pacific Rim: Uprising – Opens Friday, March 23

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A man clambers over a fence in a desperate attempt to escape. A mother is frozen in time forever, comforting her baby. A scared dog twists into a strange contortion. These are images from a natural disaster captured, not on film, but in lava, ash and mud.

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Black Panther – Opens Friday, February 16

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Winchester – Opens Friday, February 2

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12 Strong – Opens Friday, January 19

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Proud Mary – Opens Friday, January 12

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Estrella Mountain Community College’s student performing company will bring The Door Within to the stage at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Friday, December 1, and Saturday, December 2.

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Coco – Opens Wednesday, November 22

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The West Valley’s original beer festival – Red, White and Brew – will unite local and national breweries so they can show off new releases and classic favorites from 2 to 6 p.m. Saturday, November 18, at Ground Control in Litchfield Park.

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Estrella Mountain Community College students have teamed up with some of New York’s top talent to present Proof, a Pulitzer Prize-winning play that kicks off the school’s theater season.

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Country singer Harry Luge calls himself a “simple person” who has played honky-tonk dive bars with dirt parking lots for most of his career.