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Dine with Your Dog

We’re pretty sure the name of this event is enough to convince you to attend. Brunching with your sweet pups? What more could you possibly ask for? At Heritage Square Park this Saturday, all are welcome to attend a special brunch with your canine friends. Proceeds from the brunch will benefit Phoenix Children’s Hospital. The event begins at 10:30 a.m.; admission tickets are $125 each. For more information, click here.



Arizona Renaissance Festival

Reminisce on the past days as you engulf yourself in a classic European village market complete with turkey legs, duels between daring knights, classic dances and more. Admission tickets start at $16; children under 5 are free. For more information on this event, click here. And for five reasons why you should pay a visit to the festival this weekend, click here.



Glendale Chocolate Affair

Tis the season of love, flowers and chocolate. This weekend, Downtown Glendale will transform into a chocolate lover’s haven, as nearly 40 vendors will gather and will put their sweet confections to the test. Expect delicious tastings, unique chocolate-making experiences and more at this indulgent and free event. For more information, click here.



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Lunar New Year Festival

Also referred to as Chinese New Year, the Lunar New Year begins on the new moon, which falls on Feb. 5. Desert Ridge Marketplace will celebrate this weekend though at their Lunar New Year Festival, which will feature dramatic dances, colorful performances and flavorful foods. For more information on this free event, click here.



Arizona Strong Beer Festival

Sample more than 150 beers from breweries scattered all across Arizona. Outside of flavorful beer creations, attendees can also expect delicious food vendors and fun entertainment options. Admission tickets start at $60. For more information on this event, click here.