Wrap up Thanksgiving with these long-cherished Valley traditions or new, highly anticipated events. From holiday themed pop-up bars to a variety of exhibits, locals can spend the weekend of Nov. 29 to Dec. 1 creating Instagram-worthy memories.
Better days are on the way: they’re called Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. There’s nothing the weekend can’t fix, and these local events are here to prove it! Fill up your wine glass, indulge in the art scene and much more this weekend, Nov. 22 to Nov. 24.
Lights of the World
Delight in the largest lantern festival in all of North America this weekend at the Arizona State Fair...
Photo Courtesy of the North Pole Experience
Santa, snow, sweaters, shopping and sugar plums. The Valley is transforming into a winter wonderland! This season, the desert will be filled with ice rinks, colossal Christmas trees, holiday lights and opportunities to form new family traditions.
The Polar Express at the Grand Canyon Railway & Hotel
Live out a childhood dream while forming a brand-new family tradition. An iconic...
Family-friendly outings are prevalent throughout the Valley as we approach Thanksgiving. The weekend of Nov. 15 to Nov. 17 boasts the best of our area through plays, music festivals and food-focused experiences.
Mesa Music Festival
Celebrate the music and culture of Mesa at the Mesa Music Festival for free this Friday from 5 to 9:50 p.m. Over 300 artists from around the world will display their craft at the...
Arizona Foothills Magazine seeks the Valley’s most eligible ladies and gents for its February 2020 issue. Are you or someone you know 25-plus years old, single, successful, attractive and a Valley resident? We want to know!
In the issue, AFM spotlights its seventh-annual Most Eligible Phoenicians feature—just in time for Valentine’s Day. Who knows? Mr. or Mrs. Right might be a reader.