2021-2022 Fall & Spring Schedule

The summer months were just too hot!!! We adjusting our event schedule to hold the events in the Fall and Spring so everyone can relax and cool off in the pool for the summer. We’ll be returning Electronicfest for the months of October through May.

Seasonal schedule upcoming dates:

  • October 17th
  • November 21st
  • December 19th
  • January 16th (2022)
  • February 20th
  • March 20th
  • April 17th
  • May 15th (Last one until the Fall!)

Time: 6:30am-10:30am (Auction starts at 9:00am)
Location: The Pavilions at Talking Stick (9139 E Indian Bend Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85250) SouthEast corner parking lot of Indian Bend Road and Pavilions Blvd close to Burlington and Taco Bell.

Recycle and Donate Electronics: Don’t throw away computers and old electronics – we all know it’s bad for the environment! Here’s an easy way to get rid of them from 6:30am-10:30am. Donate your new, used, working and/or non-working electronics to the Boy Scouts. You will receive a donation receipt. Corporations can donate old equipment as well to help local youth.

Sell Electronics: Anyone can rent vendor spaces the morning of the event starting at 6:30am. Sell your electronics and make money. Vendor spaces (the size of individual parking spaces) are available for $10 each. The Boy Scouts also rent tables for an additional $5 each.

Buy and Save: Visit vendors and get fantastic deals on electronics which may include computers, laptops, stereos, speakers, televisions, printers, light fixtures, HAM radio equipment, connection cables and wires, cameras, housewares, LED lighting, cellphones, toys, video games, video gaming systems and more! Buy at any time with big ticket items going into the auction at 9:00am.

Electronicfest on May 16th!

Thank you for your continued patronage, understanding and for bearing with us during these difficult times. We appreciate your support over the many years. We look forward to moving beyond this crisis and come together so we can continue to enjoy our regular event.

Safety Precautions: We are committed to continuing to host electronicfest and growing it stronger than before. In order for us all to continue to operate and participate in this monthly event, please be aware of our safety precautions. Please be sure to wear a mask and maintain social distancing at all times during elecronicfest. Bring a small quantity of hand sanitizer for personal use. While it may seem obvious, please stay home if you are feeling sick or not feeling well – come back for next month’s event when you are feeling better.

Date: Sunday, May 16th
Time: 6:30am-10:30am (Auction starts at 9:00am)
New Location: The Pavilions at Talking Stick (9169 E Indian Bend Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85250) SouthWest corner parking lot of Indian Bend Road and Pavilions Blvd close to Starbucks.

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New Start Time: We’ll also start an hour later – Now opening at 6:30am

What to Expect: As you can imagine, we have been collecting a lot of older equipment as the ‘Work From Home’ movement has recently evolved and everyone has been upgrading their equipment. Make sure you don’t miss it!

Recycle and Donate Electronics: Don’t throw away computers and old electronics – we all know it’s bad for the environment! Here’s an easy way to get rid of them from 6:30am-10:30am. Donate your new, used, working and/or non-working electronics to the Boy Scouts. You will receive a donation receipt. Corporations can donate old equipment as well to help local youth.

Sell Electronics: Anyone can rent vendor spaces the morning of the event starting at 6:30am. Sell your electronics and make money. Vendor spaces (the size of individual parking spaces) are available for $10 each. The Boy Scouts also rent tables for an additional $5 each.

Buy and Save: Visit vendors and get fantastic deals on electronics which may include computers, laptops, stereos, speakers, televisions, printers, light fixtures, HAM radio equipment, connection cables and wires, cameras, housewares, LED lighting, cellphones, toys, video games, video gaming systems and more! Buy at any time with big ticket items going into the auction at 9:00am.

Electronicfest on Apr 18th!

Thank you for your continued patronage, understanding and for bearing with us during these difficult times. We appreciate your support over the many years. We look forward to moving beyond this crisis and come together so we can continue to enjoy our monthly event.

Safety Precautions: We are committed to continuing to host electronicfest and growing it stronger than before. In order for us all to continue to operate and participate in this monthly event, please be aware of our safety precautions. Please be sure to wear a mask and maintain social distancing at all times during elecronicfest. Bring a small quantity of hand sanitizer for personal use. While it may seem obvious, please stay home if you are feeling sick or not feeling well – come back for next month’s event when you are feeling better.

Date: Sunday, Apr 18th
Time: 6:30am-10:30am (Auction starts at 9:00am)
New Location: The Pavilions at Talking Stick (9169 E Indian Bend Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85250) SouthWest corner parking lot of Indian Bend Road and Pavilions Blvd close to Starbucks.

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New Start Time: We’ll also start an hour later – opening at 6:30am (instead of 5:30am)

What to Expect: As you can imagine, we have been collecting a lot of older equipment as the ‘Work From Home’ movement has recently evolved and everyone has been upgrading their equipment. Make sure you don’t miss it!

Recycle and Donate Electronics: Don’t throw away computers and old electronics – we all know it’s bad for the environment! Here’s an easy way to get rid of them from 6:30am-10:30am. Donate your new, used, working and/or non-working electronics to the Boy Scouts. You will receive a donation receipt. Corporations can donate old equipment as well to help local youth.


Sell Electronics: Anyone can rent vendor spaces the morning of the event starting at 6:30am. Sell your electronics and make money. Vendor spaces (the size of individual parking spaces) are available for $10 each. The Boy Scouts also rent tables for an additional $5 each.


Buy and Save: Visit vendors and get fantastic deals on electronics which may include computers, laptops, stereos, speakers, televisions, printers, light fixtures, HAM radio equipment, connection cables and wires, cameras, housewares, LED lighting, cellphones, toys, video games, video gaming systems and more! Buy at any time with big ticket items going into the auction at 9:00am.

Electronicfest on Mar 21st!

Thank you for your continued patronage, understanding and for bearing with us during these difficult times. We appreciate your support over the many years. We look forward to moving beyond this crisis and come together so we can continue to enjoy our monthly event.

Safety Precautions: We are committed to continuing to host electronicfest and growing it stronger than before. In order for us all to continue to operate and participate in this monthly event, please be aware of our safety precautions. Please be sure to wear a mask and maintain social distancing at all times during elecronicfest. Bring a small quantity of hand sanitizer for personal use. While it may seem obvious, please stay home if you are feeling sick or not feeling well – come back for next month’s event when you are feeling better.

Date: Sunday, Mar 21st
Time: 6:30am-10:30am (Auction starts at 9:00am)
New Location: The Pavilions at Talking Stick (9169 E Indian Bend Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85250) SouthWest corner parking lot of Indian Bend Road and Pavilions Blvd close to Starbucks.

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New Start Time: We’ll also start an hour later – opening at 6:30am (instead of 5:30am)

What to Expect: As you can imagine, we have been collecting a lot of older equipment as the ‘Work From Home’ movement has recently evolved and everyone has been upgrading their equipment. Make sure you don’t miss it!

Recycle and Donate Electronics: Don’t throw away computers and old electronics – we all know it’s bad for the environment! Here’s an easy way to get rid of them from 6:30am-10:30am. Donate your new, used, working and/or non-working electronics to the Boy Scouts. You will receive a donation receipt. Corporations can donate old equipment as well to help local youth.


Sell Electronics: Anyone can rent vendor spaces the morning of the event starting at 6:30am. Sell your electronics and make money. Vendor spaces (the size of individual parking spaces) are available for $10 each. The Boy Scouts also rent tables for an additional $5 each.


Buy and Save: Visit vendors and get fantastic deals on electronics which may include computers, laptops, stereos, speakers, televisions, printers, light fixtures, HAM radio equipment, connection cables and wires, cameras, housewares, LED lighting, cellphones, toys, video games, video gaming systems and more! Buy at any time with big ticket items going into the auction at 9:00am.

Electronicfest is back on Feb 21st!

Thank you for your continued patronage, understanding and for bearing with us during these difficult times. We appreciate your support over the many years. We look forward to moving beyond this crisis and come together so we can continue to enjoy our monthly event.

Safety Precautions: We are committed to continuing to host electronicfest and growing it stronger than before. In order for us all to continue to operate and participate in this monthly event, please be aware of our safety precautions. Please be sure to wear a mask and maintain social distancing at all times during elecronicfest. Bring a small quantity of hand sanitizer for personal use. While it may seem obvious, please stay home if you are feeling sick or not feeling well – come back for next month’s event when you are feeling better.

Date: Sunday, Feb 21st 2020
Time: 6:30am-10:30am (Auction starts at 9:00am)
New Location: The Pavilions at Talking Stick (9169 E Indian Bend Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85250) SouthWest corner parking lot of Indian Bend Road and Pavilions Blvd close to Starbucks.

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New Start Time: We’ll also start an hour later – opening at 6:30am (instead of 5:30am)

What to Expect: As you can imagine, we have been collecting a lot of older equipment as the ‘Work From Home’ movement has recently evolved and everyone has been upgrading their equipment. Make sure you don’t miss it!

Recycle and Donate Electronics: Don’t throw away computers and old electronics – we all know it’s bad for the environment! Here’s an easy way to get rid of them from 6:30am-10:30am. Donate your new, used, working and/or non-working electronics to the Boy Scouts. You will receive a donation receipt. Corporations can donate old equipment as well to help local youth.


Sell Electronics: Anyone can rent vendor spaces the morning of the event starting at 6:30am. Sell your electronics and make money. Vendor spaces (the size of individual parking spaces) are available for $10 each. The Boy Scouts also rent tables for an additional $5 each.


Buy and Save: Visit vendors and get fantastic deals on electronics which may include computers, laptops, stereos, speakers, televisions, printers, light fixtures, HAM radio equipment, connection cables and wires, cameras, housewares, LED lighting, cellphones, toys, video games, video gaming systems and more! Buy at any time with big ticket items going into the auction at 9:00am.

Electronicfest this Sunday, Nov 15th from 6:30am-10:30am

Thank you for everyone’s support last month! It was great to see everyone taking precautions and staying safe. We had an amazing turn-out for our first time back with a lot of equipment donations and great deals! We are committed to continuing to host electronicfest and growing it stronger than before.

New Location: We have worked with the Talking Stick Pavilions management and are excited to announce our new location will be on the South side of Indian Bend and West (across the street) from Starbucks.

New Start Time: We’ll also start an hour later – opening at 6:30am (instead of 5:30am) for the winter months.

What to Expect: As you can imagine, we have been collecting a lot of older equipment as the ‘Work From Home’ movement has recently evolved and everyone has been upgrading their equipment. Make sure you don’t miss it!

Date: Sunday, Nov 15th 2020
Time: 6:30am-10:30am (Auction starts at 9:00am)
Location: The Pavilions at Talking Stick (9169 E Indian Bend Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85250) SouthWest corner parking lot of Indian Bend Road and Pavilions Blvd close to Starbucks.

Recycle and Donate Electronics: Don’t throw away computers and old electronics – we all know it’s bad for the environment! Here’s an easy way to get rid of them from 6:30am-10:30am. Donate your new, used, working and/or non-working electronics to the Boy Scouts. You will receive a donation receipt. Corporations can donate old equipment as well to help local youth.

Sell Electronics: Anyone can rent vendor spaces the morning of the event starting at 6:30am. Sell your electronics and make money. Vendor spaces (the size of individual parking spaces) are available for $10 each. The Boy Scouts also rent tables for an additional $5 each.

Buy and Save: Visit vendors and get fantastic deals on electronics which may include computers, laptops, stereos, speakers, televisions, printers, light fixtures, HAM radio equipment, connection cables and wires, cameras, housewares, LED lighting, cellphones, toys, video games, video gaming systems and more! Buy at any time with big ticket items going into the auction at 9:00am.

Thank you for your continued patronage, understanding and for bearing with us during these difficult times. We appreciate your support over the many years. We look forward to moving beyond this crisis and come together so we can continue to enjoy our monthly event.

Update: electronicfest canceled this Sunday, Jun 21st – Next event will be Oct 18th

We have a long tradition of providing a positive impact with our monthly electornicfest event. For many years, we have been able to serve both our community, as well as, our developing scouts while helping the environment. We are committed to continuing to host electronicfest and growing it stronger than ever in a post-COVID environment. However, at this point, we cannot host our event with the potential exposure threat to our scouts, their families. Thus, we have made the difficult decision that electronicfest will be canceled in June, July, August and Sept. We are targeting reopening in the month of October with new safety procedures in place.


Our current plans are to hold our next electronicfest event on

Sunday, October 18th.


Please circle the dates on your calendars and let’s plan to come back as a community stronger than ever. As you can imagine, our plans are evolving and we’ll continue to monitor current events. We will continue to send out communications as updates become available.


Thank you for your continued patronage, understanding and for bearing with us during these difficult times. We appreciate your support over the many years. We look forward to moving beyond this crisis and come together so we can continue to enjoy our monthly event.

Update: electronicfest canceled this Sunday, May 17th

Safety of our Scouts and community is, and always has been, our top priority. We have made the difficult decision to cancel electronicfest this weekend out of concern for our scouts and the community. We’ll continue to monitor the status of the COVID-19 outbreak and will evaluate when it is prudent to re-open with the proper safety protocols in place.

Gov. Doug Ducey announced the state has reached certain milestones suggesting a downward trend in COVID-19 outbreaks, making him comfortable in allowing the order, issued on March 30, to expire on May 16. With this, we can start to mobilize and prepare for a post-virus event environment. There are precautions that need to be planned and taken with our volunteer youth staff of Boy Scouts, our vendors and the general public to protect all participants. This is especially true with our electronicfest event due to the condition and quantity of donations received from multiple people and sources. We are actively working to establish a plan to safely re-open the event and will provide communication updates as soon as available.

Thank you for your patience and understanding. We appreciate your support over the many years. We all look forward to moving beyond this crisis and continuing to host our monthly event.