Whether it’s strolling the charming Chandler Art Walk, singing along to the beloved score of The Nightmare Before Christmas at Phoenix Symphony or celebrating our state’s great diversity at the Rainbow Festival, there’s an event for everyone to enjoy this weekend (Oct. 19 to Oct. 21).
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The Valley is finally embracing cooler weather. And what better way to welcome the new season, than by attending some of the fun, outdoor festivals and markets that are taking place around Phoenix this weekend, Oct. 12 through Oct. 14? Foodies can sample flavorful, taco creations at the Arizona Taco Festival and wine-aficionados can sip classic vino while shopping through vintage treasures at the Vintage & Vino Fall Market. No matter what you have a taste for, we’re pretty sure this weekend has something exciting (and possibly...
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Although the Valley might not be known as a hub for spooky sightings or its eerie histories, it certainly is not short of haunted houses and buildings that locals and tourists alike can explore during the Halloween season. With blood-pumping fright nights and adrenaline-inducing experiences taking place at haunted houses across the Valley, everyone can join in on the frightful festivities this season.
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Fall festivities are officially in full swing! Whether you’re indulging in tasty, fried-food favorites at the Arizona State Fair or you’re settling in for a ride aboard the Pumpkin Patch Train at the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel, you’ll have every opportunity to enjoy fun, seasonal activities this weekend, Oct. 5 through Oct. 7.