Notre Dame Prep Hosts Third Annual I Heart NDP Breakfast
Bobby Hurley, Arizona State University’s men’s basketball coach and former Sacramento Kings player, will be speaking from 7 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, April 18, at Notre Dame Prep in Scottsdale. Hurley is also known for being a standout collegiate basketball player at Duke University. He will present “Lessons from Sports—Learned and Applied to Life” at the Third Annual I Heart NDP Breakfast.
Notre Dame Prep, located at 9701 E. Bell Road in Scottsdale, integrates faith in a college preparatory curriculum, promoting academic excellence, moral values and lifelong service while keeping God and family as first priority. Breakfast Kitchen Bar at Scottsdale Quarter will provide breakfast for the event. The event is free. To register, visit NDPSaints.org/Breakfast or call Brittney at 480.634.8247.
ACCLAIMED UPSCALE MEXICAN RESTAURANT BRINGS LUXURY FLAVORS TO SCOTTSDALE FASHION SQUARE REDEVELOPMENT
Shoppers hungry for exciting new dining experiences at Scottsdale Fashion Square can soon go where LA chefs and celebrities head for their upscale Mexican food fix: Toca Madera. This will be the attention-getting restaurant’s third location beyond its West Hollywood flagship and international outpost in Dubai.
Toca Madera will flank the dramatic entrance of Scottsdale Fashion Square’s new luxury wing, which is now under redevelopment.
Toca Madera reimagines traditional Mexican cuisine with a modern approach, pairing locally sourced ingredients with bold flavors to offer an array of options for every eater. Its menu, which has an emphasis on organic, also includes extensive vegan and gluten-free options.
“With Scottsdale Fashion Square’s exciting luxury expansion happening, we knew this was going to be the perfect location for us,” Tosh Berman, CEO and co-founder of The Madera Group, says. “We look forward to introducing Toca Madera to the community and showcasing what will be the ultimate in luxury dining.”
For more information, visit TocaMadera.com.
SECOND ANNUAL VINO CON STELLE AT WRIGLEY MANSION
Richard J Stephenson, founder and chairman of Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) and Gateway for Cancer Research and Dr. Stacie J. Stephenson, CTCA chairman of functional medicine and member of the Gateway board of directors, are proud to announce the second annual Vino con Stelle, an exclusive evening of fine wine, cuisine and entertainment under the stars on Friday, April 13, beginning with 6 p.m. cocktails followed by 7 p.m. dinner at Wrigley Mansion in Phoenix.
This highly anticipated event will benefit Gateway for Cancer Research, a nonprofit organization dedicated to funding transformational cancer research worldwide.
Well-known Phoenix advocate and philanthropist Bill Pope will serve as the evening’s honorary chairman. The event will feature superb wines paired with exceptional cuisine, inspired by Van Gogh’s “The Starry Night” and designed by Wrigley Mansion’s James Beard award-winning chef Christopher Gross, and will be followed by world-class entertainment and a live auction for wine aficionados.
For more information on becoming an event sponsor or purchasing tickets, please contact Katie Wheat at 602.618.1595 or Katie.Wheat@GatewayCR.org.