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FanFest 2014 Returns to Goodyear Community Ballpark

by Lisa Bray

FanFest 2014 Returns to Goodyear Community Ballpark

Calling all baseball lovers, young and old! If you’re looking for a fun community event this weekend, you’ll love the Cleveland Indians and Cincinnati Reds Annual Spring Training FanFest this Saturday, March 22 from 5:30pm to 8:00 pm at Goodyear Ballpark in Goodyear, AZ.

FanFest 2014 is an exciting opportunity for fans to meet their favorite Indians and Reds players, coaches and alumni, participate in on-field activities, enjoy ballpark fare food and get behind the scenes tours of Goodyear Ballpark. Come celebrate the excitement of Spring Training with plenty of activities for both kids and adults alike, as fans will have the opportunity to play catch on the field, hit in the batting cage and run the bases just like the Major Leaguers! Fans will be also able to interact with and receive autographs from Tribe and Cincinnati Reds players and coaches at the event.

The family-friendly festival will also feature other fun activities including ballpark tours, on-field contests and giveaways, on-field/dugout photos, and Kid Zone activities and face painters.

Tickets for adults are $40, with Goodyear Ballpark Spring Training Season Ticket Holders and active and retired Military members receiving a discounted $30 rate by purchasing their tickets at the Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce. Kids ages 3-12 are $10 and kids 2 and under can enter for FREE. Admission prices include access to all on-field activities, autograph sessions, food stations and non-alcoholic drinks.

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If you’d like more information on local Goodyear, AZ events in your neighborhood, please contact Lisa Bray.

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Daylight Savings Starts Sunday

by Lisa Bray

Daylight Savings Starts Sunday 

Daylight Savings Time begins this Sunday, March 9th at 2:00 am which means the clocks will spring forward one hour.

Daylight Savings doesn’t impact Arizona’s time on a physical clock however we actually do change time – zones that is. In the winter months the state of Arizona follows the Mountain Time Zone and when Daylight Savings springs forward, the state follows the Pacific Time Zone.

Daylight Savings was designed to give an extra hour of daylight in the afternoon instead of the daylight hours in the morning. Some studies have found that Daylight Savings conserves energy during the hours when people are most active.

Make sure you check your cell phones and any apps you use for scheduling appointments. Even though we do not change time, there could be a change in your technology due to the Daylight Savings change.

Lisa Bray
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