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Things to do
Local authors, publishers at ArtFest Let Sheraton cook this Thanksgiving
SanTan Sun area residents are invited to support local authors and publishers, Award-winning chefs of the Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort & Spa offer
including Chandler’s Five Star Publications, at the 15th Annual ArtFest of Scottsdale,
three tempting options beginning with the Thanksgiving Champagne Brunch
held 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Nov. 22 and 23 Scottsdale Civic Center Plaza.
from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Nov. 27 in the resort’s Ko’Sin restaurant and on
In addition to “Book Street,” a new experience at the ArtFest this year that
the patio.
features area authors, the two-day festival offers fi ne art, live music on two stages,
Highlights include an iced raw bar of jumbo shrimp, crab claws, smoked
international foods and an interactive family area featuring hands-on art activities
seafood platter, pumpkin juice and eggnog Jell-O shots, pan seared diver
and creative challenges for children.
scallops and wild salmon with smoked chestnut butter, peppercorn dusted
More than 200 select contemporary artists and crafts people will show and sell
one-of-a-kind artwork including paintings, sculpture, ceramics, fashion, furniture
buffalo fi lets. Carving stations feature herb infused roasted turkey breast with
and jewelry. Buying direct from the artists supports the local economy.
ginger and mandarin orange cranberry relish and thyme gravy. A gourmet
Scottsdale Civic Center Plaza is located in Old Town Scottsdale at 7380 E. Second
omelet station and selection of deserts round out the menu.
St. For more details visit
The buffet is $72 for adults, $65 for seniors and $36 for children 12 and
younger. Children younger than 4 eat for free.
A Traditional Prix Fixe Thanksgiving Dinner is also available in Ko’Sin
S. Chandler, Gilbert youths
restaurant from 5 to 9 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day. Menu choices include sweet
perform in CCC
potato chowder, red romaine salad, oven roasted turkey breast with cranberry
cognac cream, mesquite grilled pork tenderloin, and pan seared halibut. The
Mark your calendars for the Chandler Children’s Choir presentation of “A
feast concludes with a mini pumpkin bombe fi lled with a pumpkin mousse
Christmas Celebration.” from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Dec. 18 at Camelback Seventh
lightly coated in chocolate ganache. The three-course dinner is $50 for adults,
Day Adventist Church, 5902 E. Camelback Rd. in Phoenix. Of the 30 kids in choir,
$45 for seniors and $35 for children 12 and younger. Ko’Sin’s a la Carte menu
fi ve are from Southern Chandler, and seven from Gilbert, making up more than will be available upon request.
a third of the group, which is led by Choir Director and Chandler resident Aimee Recently named “Best Restaurant in the Valley” by Zagat guides and
Phoenix/Scottsdale’s only AAA Five Diamond/ Mobil Four Star award-winning
“This is the Choir’s inaugural year, and the kids have really worked hard to learn
restaurant, Kai restaurant offers Thanksgiving Dinner from 3:30 to 7:30 p.m.
a lot in a small amount of time,” says the choir’s spokesperson Jenni Layton. “They
The elaborate four-course journey celebrates the season with Soup of White
are very excited about their fi rst Christmas Performance.”
Salsify and Chestnut, Hatch Chile Scented Foie Gras, Terrine of Rabbit and
Cost to attend is $8 for presale tickets or $10 at the door. To order tickets, email:
Black Truffl e, Poached Filet of Dover Sole, choice of Syrah Marinated Venison
Loin with Pipian Rojo Rub, Golden Chanterelle Mushroom Crusted Veal
The CCC is a nonprofi t community choir consisting of 30 boys and girls ages 7
to 13. The mission of CCC is to “promote the music education of children and to
Tenderloin, or Pave of Wild “Native Brined” Turkey Breast, fi nished with a
provide high artistic quality music to the general public,” providing children with
selection of desserts highlighted by Pumpkin Sage Panna Cotta with Tempered
a place to learn the foundations of singing in a choir setting. Repertoire focuses on
Candied Sage. Dinner pricing begins at $125 per person and increases based on
the masters as well as folk and art songs, while emphasizing beautiful tones and
wine pairings. Kai’s dress code excludes shorts, hats and discourages denim.
harmonies. The director, For Thanksgiving dining reservations, call 602-385-5726. For resort and holiday
To learn more about the choir and upcoming auditions and events, go to special offers, call 602-225-0100 or visit
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