Chandler Museum Events

Chandler Sports Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Luncheon

Feb. 9, 2019 | 11 a.m.
Hamilton High School | 3700 S Arizona Ave., Chandler, AZ 85248

Celebrate the athletic accomplishments of Cody Bellinger, Dion Jordan,  Jamie Westbrook, Ashton Wolf, and Scott Timmer.

“Every year it's exciting to see new athletes and coaches honored for bringing recognition to the City of Chandler,” said Nate Meyers, a Chandler Sports Hall of Fame Committee member who has worked with the event since 2010. “This year offers a variety of talents, including our first handball player, an MLB Rookie of the Year, a third overall pick in the NFL draft, a homegrown talent ready to make waves with the Arizona Diamondbacks, and a coach with more than 500 career wins.”

Tickets: $15

 

Celebration Plaza

Evangeline “Eva” Serrano's family gathers at Celebration Plaza for her posthumous induction.

Located at Tumbleweed Park, Celebration Plaza honors service organizations and a select group of residents, living or deceased, for their civic leadership, public outreach, personal service and commitment to the community. Each year, the public can nominate up to two individuals and/ or organizations to be permanently recognized. Nominations for Celebration Plaza have closed. Thank you to everyone who submitted a person or organization worthy of recognition.

The City of Chandler honored Evangeline “Eva” Serrano with a posthumous induction into Celebration Plaza at Tumbleweed Park during a special ceremony Saturday, Jan. 5, 2019. Serrano, who passed away on April 30, 2017, was recognized for her contributions to the community over many decades and good works on behalf of the people of Chandler.

Celebration Plaza

 

Chuck Wagon Cookoff

Howdy folks! Get ready to take in the sights, smells and tastes of the Old West at the annual Chuck Wagon Cook-Off. Using historic cooking methods, authentic 1880s chuck wagon teams from across the West cook up five-course meals and faithfully recreate what it would have been like to live and dine on the range. Discover more about Arizona’s diverse historical past through lively presentations and cooking demonstrations, unique hands-on activities, and wagon rides to the Arizona Railway Museum. This free, family-friendly offers a one-of-a-kind Old West experience.