Still looking for a Christmas tree? Or, are you looking for a way to give back this season? At The Holiday Tree Auction on Saturday, December 15 at the Scottsdale Quarter, you can do both.
Presented by Scottsdale Quarter and Steve LeVine Entertainment & Public Relations (SL), The Holiday Tree Auction will present trees, decorated by Valley shops, restaurants, brands and professional sports teams. The trees will be decked out with the latest merchandise, exclusive offers and gift cards for a good cause — the Leadership Children’s Foundation (TCLCF), a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping children. TCLCF gives money throughout the year to children’s causes that help preserve childhood and improve the quality of life for young people across the nation.
The event is open to the public, and admission is free. Shoppers are invited to bid on their favorite tree. For those who would like to take a look at the trees before placing a bid, they are welcome to stop by the Scottsdale Quarter plaza to do so. Jazz/pop recording artist Scott Keo will be in attendance, performing a collection of holiday songs prior to the action as well.
Participating tree vendors include:
Arizona Diamondbacks Major League Baseball team
Brillare Hairdressing Academy
Evening Entertainment Group
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF)
The Phoenix Coyotes National Hockey League team
The Arizona Rattlers Arena Football League team and more.
The Holiday Tree Auction
Where: Scottsdale Quarter Plaza
15279 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale When: Saturday, December 15, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Ring in the New Year in ’20s fashion and glamour. With 2012 regarded the year of “The Great Gatsby” and embraced by many designers in recent collections, you can expect the fashion trend to extend into 2013, as Baz Luhrmann’s higly anticipated film is expected to hit the theaters in May. So, it’s only fitting that W Scottsdale’s New Year’s Eve event, the Great Gatsby New Year’s Eve party on December 31st, will capture the spirit and energy of the roaring Twenties as captured in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic American novel.
The Great Gatsby experience will begin upon arrival at W Scottsdale, where you’ll find vintage rides and the hotel’s ornate front gate adorned with colorful flowers before entering the hotel’s Living Room ― which will be decked out in true Gatsby style with white textiles, golden candelabras and lush white floral arrangements. As for live entertainment, Crooner Scott Keo will serenade arriving partygoers with classic ’20s tunes.
You’ll then have the chance to ascend the hotel’s dramatic stairway, decorated with feathers and glimmering strands of pearls, before stepping foot onto the W Scottsdale WET deck ― complete with sparkling cabanas, opulent décor and a striking backdrop depicting iconic cover artwork of “The Great Gatsby.”
In addition to individual tickets to the celebration, W Scottsdale will also offer a complete Great Gatsby hotel package.
Fashion inspiration à la Carey Mulligan:
W Scottsdale’s New Year’s Eve package is a two-night-minimum stay and starts at $374.50 per night. The package includes:
2 tickets to the Great Gatsby New Year’s Eve party (package includes two tickets to the event, per bed)
In-room champagne amenity
One flask for men and one beaded necklace for women
Hosted reception from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Living Room
Plus, accommodations in a Wonderful Room
Event-only tickets are available at $100 for gentlemen and $75 for ladies, and VIP tickets begin at $1,000. To reserve a VIP table or cabana, or for more information, please contact (602) 405 0099 or email@example.com.
To make a reservation, please call (877) 782-0104 and ask for rate plan GATSBY or visit wscottsdalehotel.com/newyear. Package is valid on stays December 30, 2012 – January 1, 2013.
Check out W Scottsdale 2011 New Year’s Eve celebration:
W Scottsdale is turning four, and the hotel is inviting everyone to its birthday bash on Friday, October 5. The theme? Vintage Hollywood.
Join the celebration, which will begin at 8 p.m. on the W Scottsdale rooftop WET pool deck. Entertainment includes live music from Michael Buble tribute artist Scott Keo and his Rat Pack-style swing band. You’ll even spot a few Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn lookalikes. And watch out for the pesky paparazzi ― they’ll be snapping photos all night.
Be sure to stop by the black-and-white Flipbook photo booth, which will give guests a chance to create their own classical Hollywood film.
Dress up, sip on cocktails and embark on a night of nonstop glamour. It is W Scottsdale’s birthday, after all.
For VIP table reservations, call (602) 405-0099. For more information about W Scottsdale, visit wscottsdalehotel.com.
You’re Invited: W Scottsdale’s Vintage Hollywood Birthday Celebration