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Kelly Fabran works as a writer and social media manager for Scottsdale Park Suites.

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Kelly Fabran

Kelly Fabran

Kelly Fabran works as a writer and social media manager for Scottsdale Park Suites.

We are sharing a few just released weather studies! 

The first study shows where you can find the most unpredictable weather. Higher values indicate more unpredictability. How does your hometown rank? 

The most unpredictable weathered cities in the U.S. include:

Kansas City - 76

Minneapolis, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, and St.Louis - 74

Boston and Milwaukee - 71 

As the unpredictability index ranks the most predictable cities, The Greater Phoenix area comes in at a sunny, warm 38. That's just four away from the most predictable weathered city, Honolulu.

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Increase the predictability of your days January through April by staying in sunny, Scottsdale, AZ, where we forecast an average of 70° all winter long!

ALERT: Get Out of the Snowy Weather Early This Year!

Move-in before January 1st and enjoy lower nightly rates in December at higher than your home town temperatures! Call (866) 949 - 8637 for details and availability. 

Check out this new study of the average Land & Ocean Temperatures for January through October of this year. While most of the globe experienced warmer temperatures a big section of the U.S., from Minnesota to Maryland, found itself in a colder than normal pocket. In fact, you have to go back to 1904 to find a comparably cold year in the Great Lakes and places like Chicago. 

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Brr... Book now using the easy 1-step online form while a few last-minute spots are still open for January, February and March!  

 

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All are invited to join the Downtown Scottsdale’s Artisan Markets on Thursday, December 28, 2014. The market is open from 5:00 in the afternoon until 10:00 in the evening at 7134 E. Stetson Drive, Scottsdale, Arizona.

Visitors get to experience Downtown Scottsdale’s Waterfront area as it comes alive. There will be live music and vendors selling local products.

There is no admission fee so grab this chance and see what’s in store. Surely there is something for everyone at the Artisan Markets.

The Artisan Markets is a community that has just about everything a person can image. There are interesting people, waterfront views, works of art, local shopping, live music, as well as things for the kids to busy themselves.

Please call (602) 687 – 7495 for questions or inquiries. Feel free to visit these websites http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov and www.artisanmarketsaz.com for more details.

 

 

 

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b2ap3_thumbnail_scottsdale-civil-round-table.pngAll are requested to be part of the 2014 Scottsdale Civil War Round Table happening on Tuesday, December 16, 2014. The event starts at 6:40 in the evening and will be held at the Civic Center Library Scottsdale, 3839 North Drinkwater Boulevard, Scottsdale, Arizona.

Attendees will get to listen to select speakers who are comprised of well-known Civil War experts coming from around the country. The Scottsdale Civil War Round Table supports battlefield preservation through the Civil War Trust by means of donations, raffles, and book sales.

Tag some friends or relatives with you and attend this free event!

The mission of the Scottsdale Civil War Round Table is informing the public about the American Civil War as well as encouraging them to contribute to Civil War battlefield preservation.

For more details, feel free to visit these websites http://www.scottsdalecwrt.org/ and http://downtownscottsdale.com

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The Goldmine Circuit invites everyone to attend their Goldmine Circuit Horse Show on Thursday, December 11, 2014. The event will be from 8:00 in the morning until 5:00 in the afternoon at the Westworld of Scottsdale, 16601 N. Pima Road, Scottsdale, Arizona.

Guests will get to marvel at all breed horses show with saddles, buckles, as well as cash prizes. Attendees can likewise visit the Goldrush Expo, which is a shopping extravaganza. There is also Sweepstakes Classes where participants would get to enjoy showing in the Equidome at West World of Scottsdale and relax at a completely indoor climate controlled facility.

Sponsoring this event is the Southwest Specialties.

Tag along some friends or relatives with you and enjoy the equine show for a day. It is not every day you get a chance to marvel at these magnificent creatures.

Questions or inquiries can be coursed through Carolyn Dobbins at (480) 695 – 6283 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . For more details, feel free to visit http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov and http://www.thegoldminecircuit.com/.  

 

 

 

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Everyone is requested to be part of the Old Town Farmers Market Continues in the Downtown event happening on Monday, December 8, 2014. The event will be from 8:00 in the morning until 1:00 in the afternoon at the Southwest Corner of First Street and Brown Avenue, Scottsdale, Arizona.

Visitors will get to see a great selection of fruits, vegetables, and organic produce. Guests can likewise socialize with the friendly vendors who would be more than willing to answer a few questions. Surely there is something for everyone. Just be patient in finding what you want to buy because it is worth the patience and wait.

Be sure not to miss this opportunity and visiting the market for free. Try to drop by and get to experience the simpler things that make a city a homey community.

For more details, feel free to visit http://www.arizonafarmersmarkets.com and http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov