The Ahwatukee Foothills Village is bordered by the I-10 to the east, South Mountain to the north and the Gila River Indian Community to the west and south. Conceptually it is considered part of the East Valley of the Phoenix Metropolitan Area. The term "Ahwatukee" is believed, but still debated, is a Crow Nation term meaning “the land on the other side of the hill”, and referred, at times, to a since-demolished house that sat in an area near Sequoia Trails and Appaloosa Drive, west of the Warner-Elliot Loop. Side fact, Warner Road was named after Samuel Warner of Kansas, while Elliot Road was named after Reginald Elliott of California. Some events and attractions of note: the Festival of Lights display, hiking at South Mountain, Ahwatukee Farmers Market, the Ahwatukee Nutcracker Ballet, Chili Cook-off, and the “Red, White and Boom!”.
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