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Upcoming Programs and Events

   C-Town Suitcase Club
  Travel through time and explore everyday objects.  Designed for 3-5 year olds and their caregivers.
  Third Tuesday of the month, September-May.  10-11am, Chandler Museum, Free.
        February 17 Rigs

        March 17 Trains
        April 21 Veins
        May 19 Rains


Science Saturday
Enjoy science experiments with the whole family.
Second Saturday of the month, October - May (excluding November and March). 10am-1pm, Tumbleweed Ranch, Free.

     February 14 Happy Heart Day: Exploring Heart Health
April 11 Who Lives Here?: Local Ecology
May 9 Well Grounded: The Science of Plants


Our Stories: Discover unique Chandler and Arizona stories of the past through first-person accounts, demonstrations, and more. 

Presented by the Chandler Museum, Chandler Historical Society and Chandler Library.  480-782-2751.

MARCH 28: Our Edible Desert
Learn about the history of edible desert plants and indigenous foods grown in the Sonoran Desert.

10:30 a.m.
Sunset Library, 4930 W. Ray Road
APRIL 18: Chandler's Historic Movie Theaters

Hear about the earliest movie theaters in downtown Chandler, 1930s- 1960s, and the story of the Woods family who owned and operated these important cultural establishments.

10:30 a.m.
Community Center, Room 109, 125 E. Commonwealth Ave.

MAY 9: Stories from Arizona's Railroading Past 
Celebrate National Train Day with a presentation on a unique aspect of Arizona's railway history, in conjuntion with the Arizona Railway Museum

10:30 a.m.
Hamilton Library, 3700 S. Arizona Avenue  


12th Annual Chandler Sports Hall of Fame Inductee Ceremony and Luncheon
Saturday, February 6, 2016,  11 am- 2 pm
Chandler Center for the Arts
Ticketed event

Join the Chandler Sports Hall of Fame Committee to welcome the 2015 Class! 
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Chandler Chuck Wagon Cook-off, Tumbleweed Ranch     
Friday, November 6- Sunday, November 8, 2015
Free Admission

Experience a rare, up-close look at Western history at this family friendly culinary event. Using historic cooking methods, authentic 1880s chuck wagons from around the Southwest compete to cook up the best meals fit for the trail. Wagon teams win prizes in various food categories, and the public can purchase these unique chuck wagon meals. Enjoy a Campfire Glow, live music, Western history and cooking demonstrations, and much more!.