Through June 30
U-Pick Garden
Tomatoes, sweet corn, bell peppers, carrots, green onions, eggplant, jalapenos, three types of cucumbers and four varieties of squash are available for picking.

Through June 31
Flashlight Tours
Guests experience a magical twilight adventure during these self-paced tours which provide an opportunity to see, hear and feel the desert night.

Through July 21
Point of View
In Point of View, thirteen artists in separate installations explore how new perspectives expand our concept of the world. Through their art, they play with the definition of perspective, flip its rules and present abstract and literal forms. Though the methods and media are all different, each artwork opens us up to the views of others.

Through August 2
Animal Adventure Camps
The Arizona Humane Society invites campers ages 6-17 to explore the world of animals and careers in the veterinary field through hands-on activities and games, with plenty of opportunities to meet four-legged friends along the way.

June 7
First Friday Art Walk
Enjoy the culture and spirit of Phoenix as you mingle with other attendees at the downtown museums including Phoenix Art Museum, Arizona Science Center and Heard Museum, over 70 galleries and performing arts and artist studios.

June 7
SMoCA Summer Opening Party
It’s time to party as the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art continues its 20th anniversary celebration. Spend a warm summer evening in its cool galleries chatting with curators, mingling with artists, interacting with art and exploring the exhibitions. R.S.V.P. for free admission. Cash bar.

June 8
A Taste of Cameroon
This fundraiser for the Cameroon Arizona Partnership will be held at the Su Vino Winery in Old Town Scottsdale. Wine tasting, live music, Cameroonian food and a silent auction will add to the festivities. Proceeds benefit to reduce maternal mortality in the central African country.

June 8
Made in the Shade Beer Festival
Guests sample craft beers from dozens of microbreweries and brewpubs as the 27th annual festival gets underway in Flagstaff. Proceeds benefit Sun Sounds of Arizona, the local reading and information service for people who are blind or otherwise print-disabled.

June 8-9
Kaleidoscope Art Expo
Explore the art and science of kaleidoscopes as the Brewster Kaleidoscope Society hosts an exhibition of more than 1,000 examples of this amazing art form.

June 13
Book Signing
The Poisoned Pen bookstore hosts a joint event for authors Nina Laurin and Cara Black. Both will talk about their newly-released book- Laurin’s The Starter Wife and Black’s Murder in Bel Air. Books will be available on-site for purchase and authors will sign copies.