Scottsdale Update - May 2, 2022


The Scottsdale Concert Band will complete its 43rd season with a free concert, "Magical Musical Tour." A highlight of the program will be “Black Dog,” a rhapsody for solo clarinet and wind ensemble, performed by the band’s principal clarinetist, Selena Ryan. The work, by Scott McAllister, is inspired by classic hard rock music, such as Led Zeppelin’s rhapsodic-style song “Black Dog.” The event is at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 14, in the Performing Arts Center at Scottsdale Community College. 

Ongoing Events and Activities:

Plug into Electronics Recycling Collection Day Saturday. Scottsdale residents can recycle unwanted electronics from 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, May 7, at the city's Corporation Yard, 9191 E. San Salvador. Items accepted include computer, office and entertainment equipment. 


We need your help to restock Scottsdale's Vista del Camino Food Bank. Participate in the National Association of Letter Carriers' Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive by placing nonperishable food near your mailbox Saturday, May 14. Your letter carrier will pick up items and deliver to food banks.  

May is Stroke Awareness Month. The signs are “FAST” to learn.  

  • F is for face - Have the person smile. If one side of the face droops call 911 immediately;  
  • A is for arms - Ask the person to raise both arms. If one arm drifts downward, call 911 immediately;  
  • S is for speech - Ask the person to repeat a simple phrase. If the speech is slurred or strange, call 911 immediately;  
  • T is for time - Get help immediately.  

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