Five Must-See Events This Week
We know, the beginning of the work week sucks. But if you take a quick look at the calendar, you'll see we're off to a pretty good week of art events, sports games, dance parties, and more. Here are our must-see events from now to the weekend...
Monday, October 29: Lunar Flow Rooftop Yoga Class @ The Clarendon
Although Monday's full moon won't illuminate all the werewolves and whatnots roaming the spooky streets on Halloween, the orb of night will reveal new sides of those who participate in Sutra Midtown's Lunar Flow Rooftop Yoga class.
Wendy Neville leads the all-levels workshop of flowing, breath-synchronized sequences of Vinyasa poses at The Clarendon, 401 West Clarendon Avenue, on October 29 from 8 to 9 p.m. Class participation costs $5; members and hotel guests get in free. Attendees should bring a mat, water, and a towel.
Tuesday, October 30: "Giant Mysterious Dinosaurs" @ Arizona Science Center
There are some out there convinced that life as we know it was created a mere 9000 years ago (if not sooner) by the Almighty. A sea was parted and our animal friends were preserved two at a time during a massive flood. Those must have been some magical times.
If you would like to pursue that same sense of wonder, but on a realistic scale, you may want to head to the Arizona Science Center's showcase of "Giant Mysterious Dinosaurs" that weren't quite Arc worthy.
The largest touring collection of dinosaur skeletons and robotics has made its way to Phoenix in spectacular fashion. Spot exotic and enormous findings from all over the world, while learning of growth and evolution through sight, sound, and smell. Elements of the exhibit will show in detail how these monstrosities lived -- from eating habits to reproduction. Admission is $14 for adults and $11 for children between 3 and 17-- Craig Smith