The community of Grayhawk is a collection of single-family homes and townhomes/condos in North Scottsdale just west of Pima Rd and the McDowell Mountains. The community offers views of Pinnacle Peak and the McDowell Mountains, as well as convenient amenities. The Grayhawk Flight is a monthly community publication highlighting neighborhoods events, like the few listed here:
Child and Babysitting Safety Certification Class
Saturday, June 4th from 9am to 1pm
This popular class covers infant/child safety and basic care techniques for present or would-be babysitters. Topics cover everything from pediatric CPR and first aid to basic child safety and diaper changing. Certification cards are issued upon successful completion of the course and certification is valid for two years. Participants must be at least 10 years old and up to 17 years old to participate. Price is $50 in exact cash and includes a pizza lunch, take home workbook, backpack with some goodies, and the Red Cross Babysitters Certificate. Register at www.grayhawkcommunity.org by June 2nd. Non-Grayhawk residents are welcome to register, so bring friends and spread the word!
Tuesday, June 14th at 6pm
Join neighbors for a night of food, drinks and Bunco! Never played before? Don’t worry! It’s an easy dice game- all you need to know is how to roll dice and count! We’ll do a quick lesson before we get started. All you need to do is bring yourself and pay $5 exact cash to the office by 5 pm on Friday, June 10th. Your $5 will go into the pot for cash prizes at the end of the night. Register at www.grayhawkcommunity.org by June 10th to save your seat.
Food Truck Night – Mr. Momo’s
Thursday, June 16th from 5-7pm
Leave the cooking to the professionals and pick up dinner for the whole family from Mr. Momo’s food truck. Walk, bike, or drive down to the greenbelt to pick up some loaded dumplings or check out the vegan dumpling options! There will be no parking on the street, please park in the offices at Grayhawk parking lot located at 7940 E. Thompson Peak Pkwy. And take the sidewalk path to the greenbelt.