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2nd Annual Scottsdale Navajo Rug & Jewelry Show

The Holland Community Center is proud to host the Adopt-a-Native-Elder Program’s 2nd Annual Scottsdale Navajo Rug & Jewelry Show from February 16-18, 2024. Featuring over 200 traditional handwoven Navajo rugs, jewelry and crafts for sale, as well as weaving demonstrations, stories, cultural teachings and raffles, the Show will offer attendees an opportunity to purchase one-of-a-kind items while gaining deeper insight into Native culture. The weekend will begin with a VIP preview and sale on Friday, Feb. 16 from 5-8 p.m., allowing a...

The Holland Community Center is proud to host the Adopt-a-Native-Elder Program’s 2nd Annual Scottsdale Navajo Rug & Jewelry Show from February 16-18, 2024. Featuring over 200 traditional handwoven Navajo rugs, jewelry and crafts for sale, as well as weaving demonstrations, stories, cultural teachings and raffles, the Show will offer attendees an opportunity to purchase one-of-a-kind items while gaining deeper insight into Native culture. The weekend will begin with a VIP preview and sale on Friday, Feb. 16 from 5-8 p.m., allowing attendees an early chance to view and purchase rugs and other handcrafted items before the Show opens to the public. On Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 17-18, the Show will run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day; admission is free, and all proceeds from rug sales will directly support the weavers.

The Featured Weaver of this year’s Navajo Rug & Jewelry Show is Nellie Curley, who is known for incorporating cultural teachings into each of her rugs. Through her weavings, Nellie tells the Creation Story of her homelands and showcases various Navajo ceremonies in rich detail. Several of her rugs will be available for purchase at the Show. Attendees will also have a special opportunity to watch weaving demonstrations and meet several of the weavers and artisans who created the rugs and other items available for purchase.

The Holland Community Center is excited to continue its partnership with the Adopt-A-Native-Elder Program. Last year’s show – the first of its kind to be held in Scottsdale – welcomed over 1,200 attendees, with total sales matching some of the Program’s most successful shows in other states. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Adopt-A-Native-Elder uses an integrated approach that goes beyond charity to help reduce the extreme poverty and hardship facing traditional Elders living on the Navajo Reservation in Arizona, Utah and New Mexico. Many Elders reside in hogans, without running water or electricity. For over 30 years, Adopt-A-Native-Elder has served as a trusted humanitarian organization focused on delivering food, medical supplies, firewood and other forms of support. The organization is committed to respecting the tradition and dignity of Navajo Elders, while building relationships that honor and serve them.

To learn more about Adopt-A-Native-Elder and the various ways to support this incredible organization, visit https://anelder.org. For more information about the 2nd Annual Scottsdale Navajo Rug & Jewelry Show, visit https://hollandcenter.org.

Scottsdale’s historic Arabian Horse Show returns for 69th year Feb. 15-25

The Arabian Horse Association of Arizona (AHAA) is hosting the 69th annual Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show at WestWorld Feb. 15-25.This is the world’s largest Arabian horse show, featuring the world’s best Arabians, exciting competitions, a shopping expo and more.“We’re th...

The Arabian Horse Association of Arizona (AHAA) is hosting the 69th annual Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show at WestWorld Feb. 15-25.

This is the world’s largest Arabian horse show, featuring the world’s best Arabians, exciting competitions, a shopping expo and more.

“We’re thrilled to invite unique, beautiful horses from all over the world to join us in Scottsdale for the 69th year,” said Melissa Schalles, executive director of the AHAA. “If you’re curious about Arabians or know nothing about them, this is the perfect show for you – there’s something for everyone here.”

The 2024 show will feature over 2,100 horses who will compete for more than 3 million in prize money. Event goers can look forward to a huge variety of classes where Arabians will show their versatility, beauty and grace.

The immersive experience will return this year, giving attendees a hands-on experience to learn, touch and ride, hosted by HoofbeatZ USA, a Phoenix-based organization. The interactive experience, included in the event ticket, introduces newcomers to the world of horses and all the benefits they offer.

Along with the engaging performances, event attendees will have the opportunity to see exhibits featuring fine art, crafts, clothing and jewelry in the Shopping Expo adjacent to the main arena. More than 300 artisans and entrepreneurs are expected to sell unique goods and offer a wide variety of products and services.

The AHAA will also be celebrating the third annual National Arabian Horse Day on Feb. 19 with special events and activities at the show.

The 11-day show will start at 8 a.m. each day at WestWorld of Scottsdale, located at 16601 N. Pima Road. General admission tickets cost $15, tickets for seniors are $10, children 12 and under are free. Military Appreciation Day is Tuesday, Feb. 20, when military personnel and their families can attend for free. A family night will take place on Friday, Feb. 24, giving families free admission beginning at 4:30 p.m. A special general admission ticket good for all 11 days can be purchased for $75. Tickets are available each day at the gate or through Elevate via the website scottsdaleshow.com/tickets.

Texas buyer found for Adero Scottsdale resort in receivership

After being placed in a receivership following its ownership’s failure to make mortgage payments, a buyer has been lined up to acquire the Adero Scottsdale resort.The 177-room property in Fountain Hills, which used to be the CopperWynd Resort before a massive renovation and expansion took place in the late 2010s, is set to be sold fo...

After being placed in a receivership following its ownership’s failure to make mortgage payments, a buyer has been lined up to acquire the Adero Scottsdale resort.

The 177-room property in Fountain Hills, which used to be the CopperWynd Resort before a massive renovation and expansion took place in the late 2010s, is set to be sold for $66.5 million, according to documents filed earlier this month with Arizona Superior Court in Maricopa County.

If the deal is approved, the hotel will be bought by Cabo Resort Development Partners LLC – a Wyoming limited liability company owned by Texas-based GRMM Hotel Investment Fund. GRMM is a hotel acquisition fund that acquires and operates “exceptional hotels around the world,” according to its website. The company could not be reached for comment.

In December, a Maricopa County judge placed Adero Scottsdale under the control of a receiver after its owner – Palisades Resorts LLC – failed to make its monthly loan payments in August, September and October, according to a legal complaint filed in October by lender VMC Finance 2021 HT1 Ltd.

Palisades Resorts in 2021 received a $55 million refinancing loan for Adero Scottsdale from a subsidiary of Värde Partners. The loan was then sold to VMC Finance, a commercial mortgage-backed securities trust that was organized by and affiliated with Värde. At the time, the resort was valued at $92.4 million for tax purposes.

During a Dec. 6 hearing, legal counsel for Palisades did not object to the allegations in the complaint or for the appointment of a receiver.

According to the February court filing, back in September 2023 – prior to the appointment of a receiver – Adero’s ownership and GRMM had signed a purchase agreement for the property, but the deal was not able to close before the receiver was put in place.

After Chris Neilson of Trigild IVL was appointed as the receiver and charged with overseeing the property, he circled back with GRMM and determined the investment fund was still interested in acquiring Adero on similar terms and conditions. Neilson then “fully negotiated the sale” of Adero, according to court documents.

The lender consented to the sale, according to the motion filed with the court, and the proceeds will go toward the outstanding balance on the loan.

A hearing is set for Feb. 20, where Judge Christopher Coury is expected to approve the sale. According to the sale agreement filed with the court, GRMM will be ready to close on the deal within five days of the judge’s approval.

In the sales documents, GRMM agreed to keep all current employees at the Adero property and it will continue under the franchise agreement with Marriott International Inc. (Nasdaq: MAR). When the property changed from the CopperWynd to Adero, the new branding came with an agreement with Marriott to put the property in the company’s Autograph Collection.

2024 Arizona Cactus League guide: Stadiums, spring training tickets, food and more

SCOTTSDALE, AZ — It seems like just yesterday that the Arizona Diamondbacks were in the World Series, but it’s that time of year again — more than a dozen Major League Baseball teams are headed to the Valley for the Arizona Cactus League!According to event officials, the Cactus League routinely draws more than 1.7 million people annually.Here ar...

SCOTTSDALE, AZ — It seems like just yesterday that the Arizona Diamondbacks were in the World Series, but it’s that time of year again — more than a dozen Major League Baseball teams are headed to the Valley for the Arizona Cactus League!

According to event officials, the Cactus League routinely draws more than 1.7 million people annually.

Here are the 15 MLB teams that are in the Valley for spring training: Arizona Diamondbacks, Chicago Cubs, Chicago White Sox, Cincinnati Reds, Cleveland Guardians, Colorado Rockies, Kansas City Royals, Los Angeles Angels, Los Angeles Dodgers, Milwaukee Brewers, Oakland Athletics, San Diego Padres, San Francisco Giants, Seattle Mariners, and Texas Rangers.

The Valley will also see the St. Louis Cardinals for a quick spring visit! The Cardinals will play the Chicago Cubs on March 25 and 26 at Sloan Park before they open their regular season on the West Coast.

Spring training games start on Thursday, Feb. 22, and are scheduled through March 26, 2024.

VIEW THE 2024 CACTUS LEAGUE SPRING TRAINING SCHEDULE.

SPRING BREAKOUT GAMES

MLB is adding a new element this spring called "Spring Breakout games!" The Spring Breakout games will take place before or after traditional spring training games and will showcase top prospects for each team. The D-backs only Spring Breakout game will take place on Saturday, March 16 against the Rockies at 4 p.m. after the Rockies play the Oakland A's at Salt River Fields. The D-backs traditional roster will also play the Rangers in Surprise at 1 p.m. that day.

Below is a map of all the stadiums used for spring training across the Valley.

CAMELBACK RANCH

GOODYEAR BALLPARK

SLOAN PARK

AMERICAN FAMILY FIELDS OF PHOENIX

PEORIA SPORTS COMPLEX

HOHOKAM STADIUM

SCOTTSDALE STADIUM

SURPRISE STADIUM

TEMPE DIABLO STADIUM

SALT RIVER FIELDS AT TALKING STICK

MORE TO CHECK OUT DURING SPRING TRAINING

Construction begins on Optima McDowell Mountain Village in North Scottsdale

Award-winning real estate development firm, Optima is partnering with Mitsui Fudosan America, Inc. for the development of the first building within its newest Arizona residential development, Optima McDowell Mountain Village, located on 22-acres on the southeast corner of Scottsdale Road and the Loop 101 Freeway in North Scottsdale.The first building will consist of 210 rental r...

Award-winning real estate development firm, Optima is partnering with Mitsui Fudosan America, Inc. for the development of the first building within its newest Arizona residential development, Optima McDowell Mountain Village, located on 22-acres on the southeast corner of Scottsdale Road and the Loop 101 Freeway in North Scottsdale.

The first building will consist of 210 rental residences, which just broke ground this month and is located on the southwest corner of the site. The overall development will comprise six, eight-story apartment and condominium buildings that will include 1,330 luxury residences and 36,000 square feet of commercial and retail space.

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Designed by David Hovey Sr., FAIA, and David Hovey Jr., AIA, each of the six buildings will feature the sophisticated architectural detail that characterizes Optima’s Arizona projects and will contain its own resort-style amenity offering which will include a rooftop sky deck with a 50-meter Olympic-length swimming pool; a sauna, spa, and cold plunge; a running track that will follow the perimeter of the roof; outdoor fire pits; lounge seating; outdoor kitchens with barbecues and dining spaces and sheltering arbors covered with vines. Every rooftop will offer spectacular views of the McDowell Mountains to the east, vibrant sunsets to the west, Pinnacle Peak to the north and Camelback Mountain to the south.

The ground-floor level of each building will be similarly outfitted with spacious, well-appointed lobbies; a fitness center and yoga studio that look out over the lushly landscaped courtyard; a sauna and steam room; a residents’ club with game room and theater; an indoor basketball and pickleball court; an outdoor pickleball arena; a golf simulator; an outdoor putting/chipping area; indoor and outdoor kids’ play spaces; a massage room; a dog park and pet spa; and a business center and conference room.

Optima McDowell Mountain Village™ will provide an unprecedented 75% open space area at grade level with a grand central courtyard as well as feature a bicycle and pedestrian path around the entire perimeter of the master planned development that will connect to the project’s 36,000 square feet of destination retail as well as the bicycle and multi-use paths of the City of Scottsdale Bicycle Master Plan.

“We are very excited to begin this partnership with an organization of the caliber of Mitsui Fudosan America that shares our commitment to exceptional design, the highest quality construction, resident-centric property management, and the creation of sustainable neighborhoods,” says David Hovey Jr., AIA, President & COO of Optima®, Inc.

The community will be the first project in Arizona to be built under both the new International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) and International Green Construction Code (IgCC). A few highlights of the sustainable features include 75% open space that will be a combination of artificial turf, xeriscape landscaping and native plants; high-performance mechanical systems, and solar panels; 100% underground parking to mitigate the heat-island effect, Optima’s signature vertical landscape system, and the largest private rainwater harvesting system in the United States. The vertical landscaping system, with its self-containing irrigation and drainage, enables a palette of vibrantly colored plants at the edge of each floor to grow both up and over the edge of the building. The integration of enhancements to the vertical landscape and architectural shading systems protects homes from the sun and creates additional privacy, while filtering the air and lowering ambient temperature.

With views of the majestic McDowell Mountain range as the backdrop, the location is just a five-minute drive to the shopping, dining and entertainment destinations of Scottsdale Quarter and Kierland Commons. Being adjacent to the Loop 101 Freeway and just two minutes from the SR-51 Highway and ten minutes away from the I-17 Highway will enable residents to be just 15-25 minutes from Downtown Phoenix, Glendale, Old Town Scottsdale, Tempe, Mesa, and Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport.

Now in its 46th year, Optima® continues to grow in the Greater Phoenix market. Having previously opened Arizona luxury condominium and apartment developments, including Optima Biltmore Towers®, Optima Camelview Village®, Optima Sonoran Village®, and Optima Kierland Center®.

“As is evidenced by our investment in our Optima McDowell Mountain Village™ project, Optima® signifies our long-term commitment to ongoing investment in the growing Scottsdale and Arizona markets,” adds Hovey Jr.

Registration is now open for both the condominiums and apartments. To be among the first to learn about upcoming sales and leasing opportunities, visit OptimaMcDowellMountainVillage.com.

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