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Friday, Oct. 12

 

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Four Peak Oktoberfest at Tempe Town Lake

Free event admission and dozens of delicious craft brews—what more could you ask for? In 2018, Tempe Sister Cities marks the 46th anniversary of its Oktoberfest celebration in Tempe. Proceeds from the annual fundraiser go towards helping send Tempe high school students to cities around the world each year. So, grab some beer, indulge in a bratwurst and help a good cause at the Four Peak Oktoberfest this weekend. For more information on this event, click here.

 

 

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Photo courtesy of the Visit Phoenix official website.

Vintage & Vino Market

This shopping showcase in the Southeast valley has quickly become an event-favorite for locals and tourists alike. The event motto is, “Shop, Sip, Sample and Play,” and with over 100 different vintage vendors, attendees are sure to have a great time at this festive and decadent event. Admission tickets are $6, and a wine package is also available for $25. For more information on this event, click here.

 

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Photo courtesy of the Phoenix Art Museum official Twitter page.

Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire Exhibit

The traveling art exhibition, Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire, makes its final exhibition stop at the Phoenix Art Museum. The final stop in Phoenix will conclude the exhibition’s nation-wide tour, which has captivated and inspired audiences by providing a unique insight into the art, everyday life and religion of the historic city. The exhibition will run through January 2019. For more information on this art-inspired event, click here.