With an exhilarating display of riding, racing, and roping prowess in a host of riveting spectator events, the Roots N' Boots Queen Creek Pro Rodeo celebrates the town's ranching roots in its first-ever rodeo exhibition. World-class horse handlers will lock horns in a series of professional rodeo events such as saddle bronc riding, bareback riding, and bull riding. Team roping events pit a lariat-clasping combo against the heft and guile of a full-size steer—the same foe featured in the all-ropes-barred spectacle known as steer wrestling.
Photogenic helps immortalize weddings, proms, graduations, and other special events with its fun and easy-to-use photo booths. Rental of one of the company?s high-tech memory makers includes unlimited images shot against several different backgrounds as well as a treasure trove of props, and guests can view instant previews before the picture is taken to ensure a perfect pose each time. Photogenic can also customize backdrops to match the color or theme of any event, and can install a second monitor that plays a high-definition slideshow of the evening's images or photos of the booth on its most recent cruise.
Clic A Pic's booths help to liven up and whimsically document bridal showers, holiday parties, and corporate events. Each stand-up booth fits several guests comfortably in its 3’x5.5’x6.5’ dimensions, where guests use a touchscreen to notify the device when they’re ready. Within 12 seconds, the dye-sub printer churns out images in color, black and white, or sepia on a customizable photo strip.
History is everywhere at The Landmark Restaurant, where many rooms are covered in vintage photographs, antique clocks, ornate chandeliers, and built-in china cabinets. In 1908, the gabled-roof building was a Mormon church that hosted Sunday-school classes, dances, and Boy Scout meetings. The building was also the original site of Mesa Community College before its transformation into a restaurant in 1981. Today, chefs stuff apple corn bread inside pork chops and slow-cook pot roasts slathered in housemade gravy. Try the chicken-fried chicken topped with housemade country gravy or the 14-ounce new york strip basted in blue cheese. Guest can finish with a raspberry cheesecake or pecan pie.
Designed by Pete Dye, the golf course at Red Mountain Ranch Country Club boasts 6,653 yards of fairway portioned into 18 picturesque holes. Twosomes can rev up golf carts and dart down paths on a competitive quest to out-thwack opponents on the course and out-swim them in the water hazards. Scenic views of the valley and mountains surround the open landscape, which is accented with Scottish mounding and hazards such as the 11th hole's watery expanse and the 4th hole's sand bunkers.