The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa Calendar

June 14, 2014

Kids in the Kitchen

Kids in the Kitchen
Kids don “Chef Whites” and take direction from the culinary staff as part of an interactive cooking program. Designed for children between the ages 5-12, the 90 minute program covers all areas of the culinary process from start to finish. $35 per child and space is limited! Reservations required, call the Kierland Minning Company 480-624-1268.

Phoenix Zoo

Guests of all ages will enjoy a 60 minute, interactive program where guests are introduced to the animal life of the desert.

Phoenix Zoo

Lego Mania!!!

Does your son or daughter love LEGO’s? Then this is the event for you! We will host Lego building competitions, Lego games, and Lego car racing competition. Best part - each kid will get to take home a 3 in 1 LEGO creator! Reservations are required, $20 per child. Reservations required, call the Kierland Minning Company 480-624-1268.

Aloha Summer Pool Party

On Friday evenings, guests can enjoy live musical entertainment and the return of the Resort's popular Food Truck Fridays. On Saturday evenings, the Resort will feature entertainment provided by the Resort's own summer DJ and the Aloha Summer Barbecue served poolside featuring Pulled Luau Pork sandwiches with Grilled Pineapple and Mango Salsa and Sweet Chili Garlic Sauce on a Hawaiian Bun and served with Hawaiian Potato Chips.

Aloha Summer Pool Party

Kierland Kampfires

Kierland Kampfires
A signature activity and popular evening ritual, roasting Arizona s'mores over an open fire pit creates a fun and memorable experience for guests of all ages. $5 unlimited s'mores per person or complimentary if paying resort services charge.

Kierland Kampfires

"Star-Spangled Sundown" PaintScaping Show

In the evenings from May 23 – July 5, 2014, Resort guests and locals alike can enjoy The Westin Kierland's newest tradition, PaintScaping, in which themed 3D images and animations are projected across the Resort’s 11-story main building and set to music. The art of "PaintScaping," derived from painting the landscape, merges a virtual world with the existing world by projecting 3-dimensional digital mapping onto buildings that act as the canvas for characters, colors, and objects as living and moving parts of the façade. This summer the PaintScaping show, titled "Star-Spangled Sundown" will feature all-American imagery paired with patriotic music. Held at 8 p.m., 8:30 p.m., 9 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. nightly, the Star-Spangled Sundown PaintScaping show is free and open to the public.

"Star-Spangled Sundown" PaintScaping Show