MoezArt’s 10th Annual
HOEDOWN AT SUNDOWN
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24th
Grab your hat and come running! It’s time for our 10th Annual Hoedown!!
Saturday, October 24th
6 to 9 PM
Gates open at 5:30 PM
This fall we will celebrate 10 years of foot-stompin’ family fun at our Annual Hoedown! We invite you and your family to join us for an evening of games, great food, and dancing for all!
For the first time ever, we will hold the Hoedown out under the stars. One of our MoezArt families has a beautiful backyard where we can enjoy not only western-style dancing, but also dinner together as a family. That’s right, we’re bringing back dinner! Check out more details below about our Chili Cookoff!
Everybody loves a good piping hot chili on a brisk fall evening!
For dinner, we will be hosting a chili tasting contest. If you have a chili you would like to submit, contact Zachary Anvik at:
The winner will receive 4 tickets to our next Community theater show!
We are excited to have Lee Hailey back as our caller!
Whether you have never danced a step in your life, or you’ve been to every Hoedown in MoezArt history, Lee will give you a great experience with reels, line dancing, and the occasional two-step.
We’ll have games, three cute donkeys for the kids to visit and other activities for the little ones.
This is an event for the whole family!
This year we will be holding the Hoedown outside, for the first time ever! We’ll have plenty of room for dancing, dinner, and enjoying each other’s company.
We’ll have a dance floor, and since we’re outside, please bring chairs and picnic blankets to sit on.
Address: 3601 W. Topeka Dr. Glendale, AZ, 85308
Ten Years of Hoedowns
10 years of memories made with friends and a community that feels more like a large family. Don’t miss out on our 10th anniversary Hoedown!
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