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McDonald’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Classic Car Show in and around McDonald’s from 4-8 pm, every Saturday, 52 weeks of the year. Celebrating over 20 years! For more information call 480-443-0080


Spring Training 2020 begins February 22nd at Salt River Fields! Salt River Fields is located directly north of The Pavilions at Talking Stick. Grab a bite to eat at any of our eateries before or after you go to the game and don’t forget your sunscreen!

Salt River Fields is the spring training home of the Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies. The facility raises the bar for major league baseball spring training. The unique layout of the field puts fans on top of all the action and up close to their favorite players from the major leagues. All spring long, fans will have many opportunities to interact with their favorite players from our home team Arizona Diamondbacks and the Colorado Rockies.



Every Saturday and Sunday through March 2020 – 9am to 5pm located in the south parking lot near Burlington. 

Performers and vendors from 22 different Native Nations gather to put on the Metropolitans first Native Art Market. This cultural event varies every weekend, featuring 30 different Artists and several live performances. All participants are of Native American descent.

As well, Native Art Market works in partnership with the The Pavilions at Talking Stick to oversee vendors provide only authentic, high quality Native American crafts and food. Imports and imitation are strictly prohibited.

Special Events Weekend are awesome because all our performers are present. Featuring demonstrations and entertainment all day, every hour on the hour.


On-site Visitor Center located near Home Depot. Hours: Thursday – Saturday 11:00am – 6:00pm, Sundays 12:00pm – 5:00pm

For Talking Stick Destination Area Events, please visit or call 480.362.2700

The Boy Scouts of Troop 446 invite you to our Electronicfest the 3rd Sunday of every month. Set-up and merchandise sales begin at 5:30 a.m. Electronics auction for sale starts at 9:00am
  • Recycle and Donate Electronics: Don’t throw away computers and old electronics – we all know it’s bad for the environment! Here’s an easy way to get rid of them from 5:30am-10:30am. Donate your new, used, working and/or non-working electronics to the Boy Scouts. You will receive a donation receipt. Corporations can donate old equipment as well to help local youth.
  • Sell Electronics: Anyone can rent vendor spaces the morning of the event starting at 5:30am. Sell your electronics and make money. Vendor spaces (the size of individual parking spaces) are available for $10 each. The Boy Scouts also rent tables for an additional $5 each.
  • Buy and Save: Visit vendors and get fantastic deals on electronics which may include computers, laptops, stereos, speakers, televisions, printers, light fixtures, HAM radio equipment, connection cables and wires, cameras, housewares, LED lighting, cellphones, toys, video games, video gaming systems and more! Buy at any time with big ticket items going into the auction at 9:00am.
The Boy Scouts of Troop 446 look forward to seeing you at the ELECTRONICFEST on Sundays.