Join us for brunch at Venue’s Cafe for a delicious buffet and discover the winner of Business of the Year and the Mick Ennis Service Award. RSVP Today
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No RSVP Required... Pay At The Door!
Member: $10 | Guest: $20
Mixer Host: Cave Creek Museum - 6140 E Skyline Drive, Cave Creek
Join your fellow Chamber Members for an in-person networking opportunity on the second Wednesday of every month! Entry includes networking, food& drink, a sleeve of raffle tickets and entry into the Progressive Jackpot!

Bad-Assador Prize Wheel
Raffle tickets winners get a chance to spin the Bad-Assador Prize Wheel. Prizes range from $25 to $100. 8 prizes will be given out! Prizes provided by:
Finn’s Finest Cookies – 3 boxes of cookies: $35
Dynamic Appliance Repair – Yeti Koozie: $25
Le San Souci - Gift Card: $25
Charlie Green Makeup - Bottle of Champagne: $35
Tech 4 Life – Alexa with clock and Smart Plug: $85
Fiorra CBD - Gift Box : $50
Sundial Pilates - Gift Certificate for One Free Pilates Session: $75
Horny Toad - Gift Card: $50
Bryans BBQ - Gift Card: $50
Sundial Pilates - Gift Card: $79
Whether you are a brand new member of the Chamber or you have been a Chamber member for years…this event is for you! Please join Chamber staff and Ambassadors on the second Friday of every month from 8-9:30AM at the Chamber office to receive information about how to get the most out of your Chamber benefits.
Space is limited! RSVP today or call 480-488-3363 to save your spot.
32409 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale
Help us welcome Ginny's Kitchen to the neighborhood with this Ribbon Cutting Ceremony!
October 11 | 5pm
4705 E Carefree Hwy #101, Cave Creek
Help us celebrate the rebranding efforts of Lil' Town Butcher.
28325 N Tatum Blvd #1, Cave Creek
New York Butcher Shoppe invites you to a Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting! Welcome to the Chamber and the Neighborhood!
2 Easy St, Carefree
Help us welcome Hampton By Hilton Carefree to the Chamber and the Neighborhood!
Refreshments will be served after the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony.
32100 N Cave Creek Rd, Cave Creek
Join us as we help open Chaparral Veterinary Medical Center's new standing surgery unit, MRI, and three isolation stalls!
Come join fellow chamber members for a monthly opportunity of business breakfast networking! Breakfast sponsored by David Murphy of Nvent Marketing & member networking facilitated by the Chamber Ambassadors.

 Member: $12 | Guest: $15 
Harold's Cave Creek Corral | 6895 E Cave Creek Rd, Cave Creek
Please Note: No refunds given after 5pm the Monday prior to meeting.
Cave Creek had its own version of Annie Oakley. Her name was Catherine J. Jones. She was about five feet tall (about the same height as Annie Oakley) and was known as “Cattle Kate.” The sharp-shooting deputy sheriff was never completely dressed unless she had her .38 Colt, she called her “thumb-buster,” (her .410-shotgun was always nearby). Cattle Kate was a dead-aim, everyone knew it or learned very quickly; an encroaching moon-shiner understood her accuracy after losing a portion of his ear.

Catherine moved to Arizona, from Des Moines, Iowa, before women could vote (1920). She married a ranch-hand named Elliott, had one daughter, Vera, and started a life near the Creek on a small homestead. Elliott worked for a neighbor, Theodore B. Jones (Ted) who seemed to have some family wealth and was also a mining engineer and prospector. He owned a mine near the Phoenix Mine located in today’s Spur Cross Conservation area. Elliott was not happy working for Theodore Jones, nor his Cave Creek life, so he fled to California. Not long after Elliott’s abandonment Theodore and Catherine were married.

Catherine and Theodore separately homesteaded two contiguous sections of land in 1925 (one section is 640 acres). This spread included the namesake “Cave” on the Cave Creek stream. In 1906, Ted rebuilt Spur Cross Road (as we see it today) to access some of his mining interests. The original road hugged the Cave Creek stream which flooded frequently. Interestingly, Cave Creek’s first Dude Ranch (of three), known as Spur Cross Ranch (1928), was named after the road, not the other way around. In any event, the Jones’ named their large spread Willow Springs Ranch. A Hopi Chief translated “Willow Springs” for the Jones’ and the welcomed new name was Cahava Ranch. Their former ranch today, teaming with modern homes, is still known as Cahava Ranch. A picture of the regal Hopi Chief would hang in their living room until Ted died and Catherine finally moved in with her daughter in her twilight years. Cave Creek historian, Patrick Grady, informs us the original Jones’ home was unfortunately demolished in 2008.

Catherine Jones was a skillful rancher, deputy game warden, deputy sheriff, loving wife, and generous friend. She painted beautiful landscapes and was a noted published poet. Cattle Kate was an important part of Cave Creek history. She will never be forgotten.