A publication of
The Town of Cave Creek
37622 N Cave Creek Rd.
Cave Creek, AZ
Editor: Nina Spitzer
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Please Note
The Cave Creek Corner will be getting a facelift and coming to you with some slight design changes. Keep an eye out for those upgrades.

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Cave Creek Weather
Click the picture for Cave Creek weather info direct from the Town website.
Nov 1 (6pm): Council Meeting - Town Hall (Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/s/97966005071)
Nov 6 (10am-3pm): Craft Fair & Bake Sale (American Legion-Post 34) For more info - click HERE.
Nov 8 (6:30pm): A Touch of the Desert with the Desert Awareness Committee (Holland Center) For more info - click HERE.
Nov 10 (10am): Water Advisory Committee Meeting (WAC) - (Zoom click HERE.)
Nov 10 (noon): Wastewater Advisory Committee Meeting (WAC) - (Zoom click HERE.)
Nov 10 (5:30pm): Monthly Mixer - Meeting (Carefree/Cave Creek Chamber) @ Scott Foundation Click HERE for more info.
Nov 13 (9am-1pm): Recycle, Reuse, Repurpose (Foothills Foodbank)
Nov 13 (10am-2pm): Desert Discovery Days (Jewel of the Creek) Click HERE for more info.
Nov 13 (11:00am): Golden Reef Stamp Mill Run (Cave Creek Museum)
Nov 13 (1:00pm): 100 Horse Ride More info HERE.
Nov 13 (7pm):
CCR Tribute to Creedence Clearwater Revival (Harold's Corral-Cave Creek Museum Benefit)
Nov 14 (2pm): Kiwanis Family Days: Going for the Gold (Cave Creek Museum)
Nov 15 (6pm): Council Meeting - Town Hall (Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/s/97966005071)
Nov 18 (7pm): Planning Commission Regular Meeting - (Zoom Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/93661231481)
Nov 19-21: Hidden in the Hills Studio Tour - (Local Studios) For more info click HERE.
Nov 19-21: Cave Creek Art Market - (Frontier Town) For more info click HERE.
Nov 20 (12 noon): Wastewater Advisory Committee Meeting - (Zoom Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/93661231481)
Nov 26-28: Hidden in the Hills Studio Tour - (Local Studios) For more info click HERE.

Click HERE for the calendar and Zoom links on the Town site.
Cave Creek News Corner
Daisy Mountain Fire District &
Cave Creek

The town of Cave Creek and Daisy Mountain Fire District took another major step toward the goal of improving local and regional all-hazard emergency services for the community at a special Town Council meeting recently.  

The council voted in favor of a memorandum of understanding with Daisy Mountain Fire District that included implementation of the first phase for the district to onboard experienced firefighters to assist with the development of the newly formed Cave Creek Fire Department. 

The initial contract allows for the hiring and training of 15 firefighters. This agreement will allow for the hiring and training of these firefighters to be ready to provide services to Cave Creek starting Jan. 3.

To read more in this informative article from the Foothills Focus, click HERE.
Utility Dept Corner
Town of Cave Creek looking to limit
new water meters outside Town Limits

At the Regular Council Meeting on September 20th, 2021, Town staff presented on proposed updates to the 2017 Water Policy. The revisions are directed to help ensure the long-term sustainability of water supplies for both Cave Creek and the Desert Hills water systems.

A press release was recently sent out explaining how utility changes may affect businesses on the outskirts of Cave Creek town limits that may be expecting or anticipating connection to Cave Creek Water. Read this press release in its entirety in order to be better informed on this issue by clicking HERE.
Cave Creek Tourism Bureau Corner
We're Back
Yes! We're back to our full-time, 7-day week at the The Cave Creek Tourism Bureau and, out-of-town visitors are returning! We're happy to once again be there supporting you, your establishment, and our wonderful town.

If you're already a participating member of the tourism bureau, please stop in to replenish your supply of brochures. If you're not yet with us and are a Cave Creek or Carefree business establishment simply stop in, fill out a contact form, and leave us a sample of your brochure. There's no charge to be displayed our tourism bureau; we are a free service of the Town of Cave Creek.

So, YES, we're back full-time and ready for season! Stop in and say, "Hello."
Season Hours
Daily: 10am-2pm

Photo: Our smiling Cowgirl Jacque
Marketing Corner
Time to Renew or
Start New

Discovery Map of Cave Creek Carefree and North Scottsdale is ALL about promoting local businesses and our events. Margie Hans is currently selling ads to our community 'til the end of the year for the 2022 map. If you have an interest in promoting your business please reach out to her before December 15th at 
Supporting Our Locals Corner
Vive L'Art!
Finally, the amazing cooler weather we wait for has arrived! What a great opportunity to get out and visit local galleries! It's the perfect time to enjoy beautiful art and begin some early holiday shopping. A gift of art is a special treasure that lasts a lifetime (and beyond). Let's support our local artists and enjoy the fall weather, as well! 🎨
Fire and Emergency Services Corner
Merchants please be aware...

...regarding Fire and Emergency services. Town Staff encourages you to take the time to familiarize with the recorded Community Discussion and ongoing presentations which the Town has been conducting. Would you like to host a community gathering to learn more about the actions and planning underway? Please contact Deputy Fire Chief Jim Ford to make arrangements by clicking HERE. You can also link to video recordings of Fire and Emergency Service Community Discussions by clicking HERE.
Supporting one another is what it's all about!
Guess It
Yowza! That's One BIG Boot!
Where is it?
October's Answer:
Yup-That fine white stallion is looking down on Harold's Cave Creek Corral. 'Want to see him again? Click HERE for our October issue and then do a down scroll.
Code Red Corner
CodeRed is an emergency alert system Cave Creek residents and business owners are encouraged to participate in to receive electronic alerts in the event of an emergency.
Be Safe-Don't Be Sorry!
Click HERE to register now for direct alerts from the Town of Cave Creek, in the event of a crisis.
Carefree*Cave Creek Chamber Corner
Desert Foothills Leadership Academy is now accepting applications for the second class that will begin in January 2022. 
Congratulations to my fellow participants upon graduation from our inaugural class in September 2021! 
Curriculum included community sustainability, conservation, energy/resources, local government, education, healthcare, the arts, and public safety. Leadership curriculum included business culture, how to manage change, create a mission/purpose statement, conflict resolution and more. 
The commitment is a big one but so worth the time invested. I learned a lot about my community and myself. I made new friends and strengthened the friendship bond with others in my class that I have known for some time. 

Carefree Cave Creek Chamber of Commerce
Covid-19 Corner
Info & Resources

Click HERE for the CDC's Covid-19 updates for Workplaces and Businesses.
For the ADHS Covid-19 Data Dashboard click HERE.
Find Maricopa County Covid-19 Business Info HERE.
Click HERE Arizona Department of Health Services helpful info on Covid-19 resources.
Access all you need to know from the Arizona Department of Economic Security by clicking HERE.
Look HERE for updated Sky Harbor Airport travel regulations.
Gov. Ducey
site HERE.
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“Autumn! The greatest show of all times!”
~ Mehmet Murat ildan

Feature Corner
100 Horses Ride Again
Mz. Ellie says,
”Saddle Up, my friends. It’s time!”

This November 13th will mark the 3rd year of Cave Creek’s 100 Horse Ride, started by Ellie Alsever (Mz Ellie) back in 2018 to honor both our veterans and the Western heritage of Cave Creek.
“American Small Town. That is what Cave Creek is,” said Mz Elie after the 2018 ride. “This weekend was proof of what a small town can do.” She had tears of pride in her eyes watching the 100 Horse Ride go down our main street on that perfect Saturday riding their horses in town because they can, because they live here, in the great southwest, in Cave Creek.”
The 2018 100 Horse Ride didn’t quite make the goal of one hundred horses, but the word of this wonderful ride certainly did get out; the 2019 100 Horse Ride easily exceeded one hundred horses. “The last time we were able to have this event we had OVER 100 horses. It’s an awesome sight to behold,” says Ellie.
The 2019 ride was dedicated to “Bubba” Thomas who had led the 2018 ride with the American flag and passed away shortly afterward. Covid prevented a 2020 ride, so this 2021 will be the third and will be in memory of Larry Wendt, who was a huge supporter of the horse community.
“This is a fun ride that our town’s own residents participate in,” says yearly participant Kathy Critcher, it “represents the horse heritage of Cave Creek!”
This year, everyone is welcome to join American Legion Post 34 for breakfast the day of the ride starting at 7 am. Sausage, scramble eggs hash browns, biscuits and gravy will be $8.00. The bar will also be open. Post 34 asks that anyone with a party of five or more please give them a heads up.
Mz. Ellie wants everyone to know that a lot of details go into organizing this ride in order for it to be safe for everyone. Parking is limited, so it’s important to pre-register. Volunteers are needed and even non-equestrians can help out. Interested in helping? Give Mz. Ellie a call. For more info on the ride, check out its Facebook page HERE.
Photo Credits
Top: (Drone Photo) Air Major Media
Bottom: Kathy Critcher
Town Manager's Corner
Greetings Cave Creek Merchants,

The town of Cave Creek is second to none when it comes to enjoying a walk along the most eclectic and authentic southwest main street in the region. The scenic vistas, Southwestern heritage, local art, PRCA Rodeo, and a unique blend of small businesses cull crowds from across the valley and beyond. The town’s trails and pathways are a work in progress with goals towards connecting town residents with the liberty to walk out their front door, get on a legal neighborhood trail (no trespassing), and hike, bike or ride to explore the natural beauty and unrivaled Historic Town Core and vast conservation areas. People from across the valley consider Cave Creek Road to be a fantastic joyride; a cruise out to Spur Cross Road and back makes for a great day trip or, an excuse to show off Arizona’s true beauty with visitors.
Thanks to trails and pathways installed along Cave Creek Road from Town Hall to Spur Cross Road, the public can now enjoy parking their vehicles at Town Hall during the weekend to safely walk into the town core and/or explore nearby trails on foot. The Town of Cave Creek is a walkable town; with locals and visitors still enjoying the bustling Town Core on horseback, two-feet, or two-wheels, all thanks to its western roots. The Town and business owners continue to make improvements to the streets, trails and pathways for all visitors. Recently, Mr. Fernando Maldonado partnered with the Town in installing an attractive walkway incorporating western art in front of Retablo and the Pet Depot. The Town would like to thank Mr. Maldonado for his contribution towards improving the walkability of the Town Core.
Other trail upgrades this year will include improvements to the Surrey Drive Trail. This trail section completes a loop by providing a continuous trail that connects to the Desert Foothills Land Trust (DFLT) trail, continuing through the Arizona State Land Department Trust land (ASLD), with connection to the Cave Creek Regional Park (CCRP) trails, to include the popular Go John Trail.
Public Works and Engineering has also been busy with major roadwork upgrades, which include a micro-surfacing project along Cave Creek Road. In its final phases, finishing touches are being applied and the project is anticipated to be completed by December 1st.
Other roadwork improvements underway include upgrades to roads in Rancho Manana as well as repairs from the aggressive monsoons endured this past summer. Public Works is currently conducting pavement and drainage repairs throughout town, including an area near Ocotillo Road, west of Spur Cross Road. This effort includes replacing culverts under the driveways, laying filter fabric along the bank, and the mending of degraded pavement.
The Town Core is a fantastic place to enjoy trails, parks, and local businesses. Just a few miles north of the flavors that the Town Core provides, you will find the Spur Cross Ranch Conservation Area; which underwent a parking lot expansion thanks to a public/private venture with Larson Excavating. Increased visitors to the Spur Cross Ranch Conservation Area and Jewel of the Creek had caused a strain on available vehicle parking. In a collaborative effort between the Town, Maricopa County Parks, and Larson Excavating, the Town Public Works Department managed an expansion of the existing parking area, which more than doubled the vehicle parking and also provides dedicated horse trailer parking. The work was completed in time for Memorial Day. The Town of Cave Creek would like to express gratitude for Larson Excavating for their help with this expansion. Larson Excavating is a local family-owned business serving the Cave Creek area since 1988 and continues to help the town on all efforts, even in times of crisis, which included support during the wildfires of 2020.
The Desert Awareness Park in the Town Core is another native gem for families to enjoy on foot. This Sonoran park was spearheaded by community volunteers and financed by Arizona State Park’s Heritage Funds, along with contributions from the Desert Foothills Community Foundation, the Town of Cave Creek, and numerous community groups. The park includes an outdoor amphitheater, trails adorned with the names of native flora and fauna, a community center, and a playground with the best views in the valley.
The Town of Cave Creek’s mission is to support the community by effectively managing public services and fostering our unique southwestern ways of life. It is through the additional support of our local merchants and supportive organizations that the Town of Cave Creek continues to upgrade and improve trails, pathways and roadways, which help to retain our small town charm in the wake of growing global interest. 
Carrie Dyrek
Cave Creek Town Manager
The Marshal's Corner
Greetings from the Marshal,

The perfect weather is finally here! I love this time of year when we can dine outside and actually enjoy this weather. Many of you are starting to apply for Special Event and Extension of Premise permits, which tells me our “busy season” is finally here. As more and more businesses offer concerts, please remember that although you and your patrons may love live music…some residents and businesses do not. Please be reasonable and limit the times and most importantly the volume of your music.
Last night I had occasion to meet with some deputies and had dinner at Harold’s. I'm sad to say that after almost twenty years as the Marshal, I had never eaten at Harold’s on Wednesday “Prime Rib” night. First, I was amazed that Danny wasn’t working. I always thought Danny lived at that place. Next, I was pleasantly reminded how super Harold’s staff always is. We were greeted by our waitress who was so friendly and personable, and when the food arrived I was surprised at what a great Prime Rib Harold’s presented. Anyone who likes prime rib should try Harold’s on Wednesday evenings.
I had an interesting experience this week that we, as Cave Creekers, may take for granted, however is not lost on visitors. A young couple was visiting Cave Creek on Sunday; they “were all over town,” had a great time and said they had lunch at the Grotto and “loved it.” They proceeded to shop around and in the hustle and bustle of life, the young lady forgot her purse in a busy common area at Frontier Town. Rhonda, from Glory Bee’s, kept a watchful eye and quickly took action to safeguard the purse and it’s contents, then turned in the purse the next day. I contacted the owner of the purse who had been “looking all over” for it. Imagine the owner's relief when she stopped by Town Hall to retrieve the purse, opened it and checked the contents…she was delighted to see all of her items were still inside. I may be slightly cynical after nearly 29 years in law enforcement, however I wonder had this young lady lost her purse in one of the big cities surrounding Cave Creek, if A) she would have her purse returned and, B) her contents would all be intact. It's this type of neighborly attention and small town charm that sets Cave Creek apart. Great job Rhonda from Glory Bee’s. On a side note…Glory Bee’s had a really nice selection of Christmas Ornaments, gifts and clothing for the holidays. Check that place out and let Rhonda know how much we all appreciate Rhonda’s honesty and diligence.
I attended this past month’s Neighbors In Need meeting for the first time in …well… too long. First and foremost, Pastor Noble of the Desert Hills Presbyterian Church is a blessing to this community. I have never met such a charismatic pastor who truly gives and gives to his community. Great Job Pastor Noble! The Neighbors in Need Program is such an amazing community outreach that brings so many of the local key players together for one thing…helping others. I was delighted to see my good friend, Gina Durbin, has taken a leadership roll as a Community Navigator for the organization. Gina is a wealth of knowledge and knows the Cave Creek/Carefree area so well; she's a tremendous asset to this community. As I looked around the table at the meeting, it warmed my heart seeing so many of our community organizations all brought together to accomplish one mission, helping others. The Foothills Caring Corp was there. The Kiwanis Club of Carefree was there. The Food Bank, Saint Gabriel’s Catholic Church, The Salvation Army, the YMCA, Desert Hills Church hosted the meeting and many more organizations were there. If you or your organization wish to help out the community and are not certain how…call the Neighbor’s In Need and find out how YOU can help, 480-848-6436

Stay safe,
Marshal Stein
Dark Sky Corner
Cave Creek Dark Sky Initiative

Cave Creek Dark Sky Initiative wants to thank the Rare Earth Gallery for eliminating their array of outside strand lights. Turning off strand lights is one of the best ways to reduce glare and to keep lights out of the night sky. One can see the difference at the Rare Earth Gallery as their night lights now light their signage and focus on their impressive building presentation without the same glare.
You are all invited to our Star Gazing Party on Sunday Nov. 7th at 6:30-8:30 (Weather Permitting) in the Spur Cross Parking lot. Please RSVP to info@cavecreekdarksky.com. Please arrive before 6pm to avoid car-lights.
Astronomy Expert and NASA Ambassador Mark Johnston will be using two monitor screens transmitted in real time from his deep space telescope. Mr. Johnson will also be using a special laser pointer to aim and point out galaxies, nebula and other deep space objects in the night sky just like in an observatory!

M-13 Star Cluster
Photography by Bob Hughes
New Biz Corner
The Town Dump

Just when we thought The Town Dump was gone…Nope – Check again! George, the new owner of The Town Dump property and also owner of Desert Foothills Gardens Nursery, has revived The Town Dump at another Cave Creek location also purchased by George, the building formerly known as The Eddy. There, George and manager Lulu are breathing life back into our iconic Town Dump.

Walk in and find items both used and new like – pet items, antique furniture, toys, holiday items, frames, glass and china tableware. The shop inventory will be in a constant state of flux with something new and interesting every day. For example, on their way and in the shop soon will be glass flowers!

Stop in; a friendly Lulu will show you what’s new and help you find what you’re looking for. It’s so nice to know that The Town Dump will continue to be a fun place to visit in Cave Creek.
Sonoran Arts League Corner
Hidden in the Hills

A signature event of the non-profit Sonoran Arts League, the 2021 tour will feature artists in various studio locations throughout the scenic Desert Foothills communities of Cave Creek, Carefree, and North Scottsdale. Now in its 25th year, the free, self-guided studio tour offers seasoned collectors and art enthusiasts a rare chance to observe artists at work in their private studios during the six-day tour. The studio tour also attracts holiday shoppers seeking original, unique gifts.
Each studio has one or more guest artists who also display and sell their work. All artists are Sonoran Arts League members, and several will be coming from different parts of the state to participate in the annual event. Plan your tour using the new digital map, sponsored by the Town of Cave Creek at www.HiddenInTheHills.org. Maps and directories are also available at the Cave Creek Tourism Bureau.
Come discover your next treasure Hidden In The Hills!

Cait Huble
Executive Director
Sonoran Arts League
Mini-Gallery Corner
at the
Cave Creek Tourism Bureau
Dennis Taylor
If you're at the Cave Creek Tourism Bureau, you may notice the lightning image, "Wild Night" by photography artist Dennis Taylor's has been replaced by a very haunting tree and moon image. Behold Dennis' "Mystical Jewel of the Creek Autumn Hike," a temporary replacement during the autumn season at our tourism bureau. The image is, indeed, Dennis' own mystical representation, through layering of images, of an eye-catching location on the Dragonfly Trail at Jewel of the Creek.

"Some trees have strong character and call out to be seen," says Dennis."This piece is an autumn based interpretation and homage to that tree and Jewel of the Creek."

Dennis' image emits an eeriness and touch of magic that keeps the eyes staring through branches in search of an invisible something "beyond." Stop by the Cave Creek Tourism Bureau and see it for yourself. You may find it intriguing, luring, captivating, beguiling and downright - Beautiful. Its magic is Dennis' ability to see what's not really there and then create it! Nice work, Dennis.
Local Landmarks Corner
Last Call
Nominate Destinations for Cave Creek
Local Landmarks
Deadline: Midnight November 15th

November 15th by midnight is the deadline to submit nominations for the upcoming Cave Creek Local Landmark awards by emailing the request to LocalLandmarks@CaveCreekAZ.gov. Do you have a favorite location in Cave Creek which you think is iconic and should be considered? The time to make that nomination is NOW!

Criteria for making your nomination can be found by clicking HERE. If your considered location fits these criteria, be sure to email your nomination to the Cave Creek Landmarks team by or before midnight, November 15th.

Nominations (to date) for
the Next Plaque Series

The following destinations have been nominated for consideration for upcoming Local Landmark awards. to date. Write to LocalLandmarks@CaveCreekAZ.gov to show support for the destinations you'd like most to be considered. Include stories, heritage, images, and encouragement.

American Legion 34
Black Mountain Tack and Feed
Buffalo Chip
Casa Decor
Cave Creek Museum
Desert Awareness Park
Desert Foothills Library
El Encanto
Frontier Town
Horny Toad
Indian Village
Le Sans Souci
Local Jonny's
The Plaza At Black Mountain (including the Wishing Well)
Rancho Mañana 
Rusty Shack
The Finer Arts Gallery building (formally The Treehouse)

Locations honored with the Cave Creek Local Landmarks distinction will receive a brass plaque, be included on the Cave Creek Local Landmark interactive storytelling map, and will also be included on physical maps available at the Cave Creek Tourism Bureau, Cave Creek Town Hall, The Cave Creek Museum and the Desert Foothills Library.
Local Landmarks
~ Coyote Creek ~

On Saturday afternoon, October 23rd, a gathering came together to share stories in celebration of a Cave Creek Local Landmark plaque award which was presented to the owners of Coyote Creek and Frontier Town, as a historic and iconic destination in Town Core. Gerald Carpenter was present, along with his wife Marcia, to share with us the story about how his mother and father traveled across country on their three-year honeymoon seeking a place to call home.
Once they made it to Florida, they decided to head back West to that small little town which affected them best: Cave Creek, Arizona. Come 1951, Gerald’s father E B Carpenter purchased a 14-acre dusty lot fronting Cave Creek Road. It was here, in 1951, that E B built the Carpenter Trading Post with the eager support of young Gerald, eight years old at the time.
Gerald shared with the crowd how his mother made beautiful western dresses for the ladies, while his father was an avid rockhound, skilled lapidarist and savvy silversmith. Gerald’s wife donned a beautiful hand-made leather belt at the gathering with “Cave Creek” stitched in turquoise and silver features that sparkled in the afternoon sunlight. 
For almost two decades and up until E B’s passing, Carpenter’s Trading post was a thriving enterprise and a “must-do” for visitors to Cave Creek. It was about that time that Mr. Herman King was busy fulfilling his life-long dream and building “Frontier Town.” Mr. King made E B’s wife, Lorena, an offer she wouldn’t refuse. Since then, on the outskirts of Frontier Town, this petite abode has transformed from host to host, undergoing various renovations. Current owners of the business, Sue and David McCall, are now in their 6th year curating goods for Coyote Creek, which houses artisan goods, gifts, western ware, and tchotchkes for locals and passersby. This humble space still retains its hand-crafted charm. 
The Town of Cave Creek is proud to add Coyote Creek (Carpenter's Trading Post) to its list of Local Landmarks.
Gerald Carpenter shares stories of early mercantile happenings before electricity.
Current Coyote Creek owners, Sue and David McCall, proudly display the Local Landmarks plaque.
Evelyn Johnson (Director, Cave Creek Museum), Sue McCall (co-owner, Coyote Creek), Marcia and Gerald Carpenter, Reg Monachino (Cave Creek Museum), Paul Eelkema (Founder, Local Landmarks program), Council Member Ron Sova, Kelley Francis (Town of Cave Creek), and Matthew Peagler (Frontier Town) say "Viva Cave Creek!" In front of the former Carpenter Trading Post.
Photo Credits:
Kelley Francis, Town of Cave Creek and,
Gerald Carpenter's family history photo
Photo Credit Corner
This month's beautiful header photo is by local photography artist Dennis Taylor (Shuttervita, LLC). In this layering of images, Dennis creates a sense of the good ol' magic that happens when one enters Cave Creek.
Nice work, Dennis!!!
~ END ~
Tourism Bureau Participants
A Couple of Green Thumbs, Adelante, Arizona Fine Furniture & Tack Brokers, Arizona Horseback Adventures, A Place in Time, Arizona Territory Antiques, Bags & Rags Boutique, Bella Donna & Cane, Beth Zink Art, Big Bronco, Big Earl's Greasy Eats, Bilinda's Vintage Treasures, Black Mountain Adventures, Black Mountain Coffee Shop, Black Mountain Dental Care, Black Mountain Fitness, Blue Coyote, Bodhi Coyote Yoga, Boudine's, Bronco Studio, Bryan's Black Mountain Barbecue, Buffalo Chip Saloon, Carefree Adventures, Cave Creek BBQ School, Cave Creek Beer Company, Cave Creek Candles & Gifts, Cave Creek Museum, Cave Creek Olive Oil Company, Cave Creek Shuttle, Cave Creek Visitor's Guide, Cimarron River Company, Ciolim, Charlie Green Make-Up, City Creamery, Coyote Crossing Studio, Desert Dream Realty, Desert Foothills Library, Desert Treasures, Designs by Jenny, El Encanto Mexican Restaurant, Elysian Desert Distilleries, English Rose Tea Room, Erika Willison PLLC, Essence of Massage, Etania Jewelry & Boutique, Extreme Arizona, Fantastico's Mexican Food, Fiorra CBD, Glory Bee's, Grace Reneé Gallery, The Grotto Café, Hideaway Grill, Harold's Cave Creek Corral, Holland Community Center, Horny Toad Restaurant, Indian Market, Indian Village, Indigo Crow, It's a Divine Bakery, Janey's Coffee Co., Jeff D. Hill PLLC, Journey Rides, Keeler's Steakhouse, KI Healing Arts, Kiwanis Marketplace Thrift Store, Lance Headlee, Lara Bistro, Laughing Glass Studio, Lazy Lizard, Leigh Siegel-Realtor, Le Sans Souci, Leslie Nestingen (Berkshire Hathaway), Levanah Acupuncture, Lifestyle Balance with Qigong TaiChi, Lisa Nocella/Russ Lyons Sotheby's, Living Landsdcapes, Inc., Look at Me Now, Lucy Dickens Fine Art, M & E Stoyanov Fine Art Gallery, Magic Bird Festivals, Michael D'Ambrosi Sculpture, Mike's Chicago Dogs, Monika Cheang Photography, Mountain View Pub, Natural Habitat Inc, Oregano's Pizza Bistro, Pizzicata, Pillar to Post Home Inspections, Prickly Pear Inn, Puppy Luv Flea Market, Rancho Mañana Golf Club, Rare Earth Gallery, R.C. Gorman Navajo Gallery, Retablo, Rusty Shack, Salon Chella, Sticks Golf & Cigar Lounge, The Sculpture Studio, Sergio Ladrón de Guevara Fine Art, Sharon J. Edwards (Berkshire Hathaway), Smith & Western, Sonoran Arts League, Soroptomist International of Saguaro Foothills, Southwest Bedazzle Boutique, Spur Cross Cycles, Storyteller Indian Store, Studio West, Teeslanger, The Finer Arts Gallery, Thunderbird Artists Gallery, Time to Ride AZ, Tonto Bar & Grill, Trailhead Ranch, True West Magazine, Udder Delight, The Village Coffee Shop, Villas of Cave Creek, Vino e Panino, Watson's Hat Shop, Western Delight Gift Shop, Western Sky Helicopters, Z's House of Thai
Our list is growing and we LUV it! - Let me know if I've ooopsed & forgotten your name. - Ed.