Ready for the weekend? Here are just a few activities happening in Pinal County

Madison Vega

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(Pinal County, AZ) Even with the temperatures resting in the triple digits, people still have the need to get out and have some fun. Pinal County has plenty of activities to offer. From bike riding to pet adoptions, you can fill up your weekend calendar.

Home Depot Adoption Event

In Casa Grande this Saturday at 10 a.m.-2 p.m. a Home Depot, off of Florence Blvd, is teaming up with Pinal County Animal Care and Control to help animals find a home. The event is open to the public and gives people the chance to walk around to find their new pets.To find more information about the event you can visit their Facebook.

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Copa Bike Night

This Friday at HoneyCutt Coffee in Maricopa, the recurring Copa Bike Night is happening. The event is from 6:30 p.m.- 9:30 p.m. This event happens every third Friday of the month and it gives people the chance to show off their bikes or just come to see them. There are vendors, food and music making it fun for the whole family. The Bike night is held at: Honeycutt Coffee on 44400 Homeycutt Road Unit 109 Maricopa, AZ. To find more information you can visit this website

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Sunday Morning Ride

This Sunday the Bike Masters Queen Creek Mountain Biking Group is hosting a bike ride. They have this every Sunday at 7 a.m.- 9 a.m. at the San Tan Regional Park. The bike ride is 2.5 miles to 10 miles on the Moonlight to Stargazer back to San Tan.There is a $7 parking pass or you can purchase a yearly pass for $85.  If you are a beginner there will be people out there to help. You also have the option of either continuing on in San Tan or going back to the parking lot, which they will give you directions for. They recommend bringing water, helmet, spare tube, tools, a reliable mountain bike and appropriate clothing for the weather.  The bike ride is held at San Tan Regional Park: 6533 West Phillips Road, Queen Creek, AZ. To find more information or talk to the organizers you can visit their website

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Madison Vega is an upcoming junior at Arizona State University studying Journalism and Mass Communication, while minoring in communications. Vega is an independent contributor at NewsBreak publishing articles about all different types of things, from events to profiles.

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