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January

1 - 13 ZooLights - 6:00-10:00 pm nightly (closed December 25th)
Come celebrate your holidays at ZooLights. Experience a tropical jungle in Rainforests of the World, stand back when passing the three dimensional, 18-foot lighted rattlesnake in the desert of the Arizona Trail and delight at the animated display of lighted penguins in the Antarctic. Discover the diversity of homes we all share through the magic and music of ZooLights!
Don't miss Jengo, the talking giraffe, 2.5 million lights and nearly 400 light sculptures. Carousel rides, the aroma of Kettle Korn and music around every corner will add to the holiday fantasy as the Phoenix Zoo once again transforms itself into one of the largest lighting events in the southwest. Call for more information.

Address: 455 North Galvin Parkway , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602-273-1341 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.phoenixzoo.org
Fee: $7.00

4 - 6 Annual Maricopa County Home & Garden Show - Attend the BIG Maricopa County Home & Garden Show for "one-stop home improvement shopping" at its best. Shop, Compare and Save with over 1000 exhibits filled with hundreds of the Valley's most reputable companies all competing for your business and offering thousands of products and services for all of your home improvement needs.

To set the Maricopa County Home & Garden Show apart, many special features and must see attractions have been added to the show to create an environment that is fun for the whole family.

As always, the Maricopa County Home & Garden Show screens every exhibiting company through the Arizona State Registrar of Contractors and the Better Business Bureau of Northern and Central Arizona.

Sign up online to receive half off admission tickets.

Show Hours: Friday and Saturday 10am-6pm, Sunday 10am-5pm

Address: Arizona State Fairgrounds, (19th Ave and McDowell Rd.) , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602-485-1691 (Always call and confirm events)
Fax: 602-485-1697
Email: nadine@maricopacountyhomeshows.com
Web: www.maricopacountyhomeshows.com
Fee: $5.00 Adults, $2.00 Children 3-12, Free for 2 and under Sign up top receive half off admission tickets online.

February

8 - 10 Phoenix Worldfest - Learn about and experience the cultures of Phoenix's ten Sister Cities, taste a variety of ethnic foods and sample beers of the world, music and dance performances, international arts and crafts, educational exhibits, hands-on activities for the kids, produced by Phoenix Sister Cities. Fri 5-9 pm, Sat 11 am - 9 pm.

Address: Margaret T. Hance Park , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602-534-3751 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.phoenixsistercities.org
Fee: Free

9 - 11 Annual Hoop Dance Festival - Top Native American dancers from the U.S. & Canada vie for the title of World Champion Hoop Dancer, fry bread & Mexican food, 10 am - 5 pm.

Address: Heard Museum , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602-252-8848 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: heard.org/event/hoop/
Fee: $4-$10

15 - 17 Annual Chinese Week & Culture & Cuisine Festival - Annual Chinese Week & Culture & Cuisine Festival - Sponsored by Phx Sister Cities Commission, food, arts & crafts, music & dance performances, mah-jong booth, martial arts demos, photo exhibit, hands-on activities, 5K "Wok" and Run.

Address: Margaret T. Hance Park East, 1202 N. 3rd St. , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602-534-3751 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: phoenixchineseweek@gmail.com
Web: www.phoenixchineseweek.org
Fee: Free, parking is $5

16 - 17 Annual Arizona Senior Olympic State Games - 29 events throughout the metro area including swimming, cycling, track & field, billiards, fun walks, road races & the triathlon.

Ph: 602-261-8765 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.seniorgames.org
Fee: Admission per event, free for spectators

23 - 24 Annual Matsuri: A Festival of Japan - Highlights Japanese culture with entertainment, authentic crafts, food & fine arts, includes martial arts demos, Taiko drums & audience participation in traditional Japanese folk dances, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm.

Address: Heritage Square , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602-262-5029 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.azmatsuri.org
Fee: Free

23AZ0608029e072 - Phoenix Federation Day 2018, Connecting Threads - The Arizona Federation of Spinners and Weavers celebrates Guilds from all over the state with a Fiber Conference EVERY OTHER YEAR. The Federation works hard to make sure this conference attracts fiber artists from all over Arizona and the South West.

You can read more by going to www.azfed.org to see if there are classes you would like to attend. There are classes for beginners to the advanced fiber classes. This is a great accomplishment for the Federation. The workshops are first rate and the vendors room is a Disneyland for anyone who loves fiber in General. The Vendor area is open to the public so you do not need to be in attendance to peruse the world of fiber. Vendors from all over the United States gather to show their latest tools, supplies, fiber and books.

If you have interest in fiber this is the place to be.

Address: Radisson North Phoenix , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 623-975-9631 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: registrar@azfed.org
Web: www.azfed.org
Fee: Show Room open to the Public

March

1 - 3 Annual McDowell Mountain Music - Eclectic music festival promoting a community gathering and charity benefit amidst RV & tent camping, delectable food, kid's activities, Headline performers have included Widespread Panic, Passion Pit, Thievery Corporation, Phantogram, David Crosby, The Black Crowes, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, Blues Travelers, Ben Harper, Slightly Stoopid, Michael Franti, The Shins, The Roots, Umphrey’s McGee and many others.

The Festival attracts visitors from around the country for great music, beautiful Arizona weather and an opportunity to experience true culture. All of the proceeds from the festival will benefit two local, family-based, non-profits: Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation and UMOM New Day Center.

Address: Margaret T. Hance Park, 1202 N. 3rd Street , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 512-389-0315 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@frontgatetickets.com
Fee: $33-75

2 - 3 Guild Annual Indian Fair & Market - The Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market is one of the most prestigious art events in the entire Southwest. More than 600 premier Native American artists including potters, katsina doll carvers, basketweavers, jewelers, sculptors, weavers, clothing designers, photographers and painters and more display a stunning selection of unique fine art for viewing and purchase. 9:30 am - 5 pm.

Address: Heard Museum , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 480.459.6379 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.heard.org
Fee: $15 Adults, Children up to 16 are FREE, $24 for a 2-Day Pass, $62 for a Deluxe Pass

9 - 10AZ0608029e048 - Phoenix West of Western Culinary Festival - Meet the Chefs who create Arizona's culinary signature, at the Anniversary garden party with fifty of Arizona's top independent and esort Chefs. Wines and spirits from around the world, chefs cooking demos, wine classes and food seminars are part of the delicious two-day Festival. This very special event is a multi-sensory affair of innovative dishes, stunning works of art, live musical performance and hands-on demonstrations. Museum opens 10am, Festival 11:00am - 4:00pm each day. All ages.

Address: Phoenix Art Museum, 1625 N. Central Ave. , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602-262-5652 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@westofwestern.com
Web: www.westofwestern.com
Fee: $67 - $75 door; 2-Day discounts. Under 9 yrs, free with adult.

9 - 10 Annual Aloha Festival - A celebration of Hawaiian culture featuring music, entertainment, island crafts, games for the entire family plus Hawaiian foods, 10 am - 5 pm daily.

Address: Tempe Beach Park , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602-262-5071 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.azalohafest.org
Fee: Free

9 Run to Fight Children's Cancer - Grand Canyon University Run to Fight Cancer 10k/5k Run & Cancer Survivors Walk to benefit the Cildrens Cancer Network. First 500 runners will receive commeorative running socks!

Address: 3300 West Camelback Rd, Phoenix Arizona 85017 , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 480-609-3978 (Always call and confirm events)
Fax: 480-609-3979
Email: darryl@fieldworksevents.com
Web: www.runtofightcancer.com
Fee: $25 to $45 to Run

16 Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade & Irish Family Faire - Parade at 10 am with pipe bands, marching bands, floats, Irish step dancers, Grand Marshall, Wm Howard O'Brien, Faire follows parade until 6 pm, 2 stages of entertainment, crafts, Irish Wolf Hounds.

Address: 3rd Street from Sheridan south to McDowell , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602-280-9221 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.stpatricksdayphoenix.org
Fee: $12, 13 and older

23 - 24AZ0608029e007 - Phoenix Anthem Gem & Mineral Show - The Daisy Mountain Rock and Mineral Club is proud to announce their highly anticipated Annual Rock and Gem Show. It will be held Saturday, March 24th 9 AM - 5 PM and Sunday, March 25th 10 AM - 4 PM at the Boulder Creek High School located at 40404 N. Gavilan Peak Pkwy in Anthem, Arizona 85086.
It's a fun day for the whole family. The best part is the Children's educational and game corner where students can purchase 12 labeled keepsake samples and play inexpensive games to win special rock prizes.

Vendors will show their wares of Authentic Jewelry, Beads, Meteorites, Fossils, Lapidary Equipment, Cabochons, Faceted and Polished Gems, Rock and Mineral Specimens, Rock Art, Wire Wrapped and Beaded Jewelry, Lab Generated Gems and much more.

An amazing "Glow in the Dark" display of Fluorescent Rocks will be featured. Don't miss it!
There will be hourly drawings for door prizes and a Silent Auction with collector quality gems and specimens.

Proceeds help fund a scholarship to a graduating student from Boulder Creek High School who will be pursuing studies in science.

Find more information on our website http://www.dmrmc.com, Meet Up and Facebook, or call Ed Winbourne at (978) 460-1528. email : ewinbourne@gmail.com

Address: Boulder Creek High School, 40404 N. Gavilan Peak Pkwy, Anthem, Arizona , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 978-460-1528 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: ewinbourne@gmail.com
Web: www.dmrmc.com
Fee: Admission is $3 for Adults; $2 for Students and Seniors; Children under 12 are free.

April

30 - 31 Annual Arizona Asian Festival - Ethnic dance performances from Asia & Pacific Islands, authentic Asian food & shopping, free children's hands-on activities, from India, China, Korea, Thailand, Philippines, Laos, Vietnam, Japan, Fr 10:30 am - 1:30 pm, Sa-Su 10 am - 5 pm.

Address: Heritage & Science Park , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602-788-8899 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.aaaa-az.org
Fee: Free

6 - 10 Annual Copperstate 1000 Road Rally - More than 70 of the finest vintage motor cars leave Phoenix Art Museum and drive 1000 miles of popular Arizona terrain, celebrates the automotive cultural legacy by featuring some of the finest working examples of vintage, sports, racing, classic and grand touring automobiles manufactured before Jan. 1, 1973. Fundraiser for the Art Museum,

Address: Phoenix Art Museum , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602-307-2060 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.mensartscouncil.com

10 - 14 Maricopa County Fair - Food, fun, and frivolity (all at an incredibly affordable price) await all who attend the Maricopa County Fair, right in the heart of Phoenix! This year's fair will be packed with fabulous FREE family entertainment, including magic, juggling, a man climbing inside a balloon, live music, livestock shows, and motocross daredevils! There will also be carnival rides for all levels of thrill seekers, from the mild to the extreme, as well as scrumptious fair food and great shopping opportunities, too! For less than the price of a movie, you and your family can enjoy hours of fun! Various discounts are available on the already affordable ticket prices. See our website for more details. We'll see you there!

Weds/Thurs, 10AM to 10PM
Friday/Saturday, 10AM to 12AM
Sunday, 10AM to 10PM

Address: Arizona State Fairgrounds, 19th Avenue & McDowell Rd. , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602 252 0717 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.maricopacountyfair.org
Fee: $9

22 - 25 Annual Heard Museum American Indian Student Art Show & Sale - More than 1,700 works of art by students in grades 7 to 12 are on display and for sale in this unique show that celebrates emerging artists. Items range from paintings and drawings to pottery, jewelry, textiles and more. Proceeds from the Show & Sale are returned to the students and also support grants and scholarships. Free with museum admission. 10 am - 4 pm. (Sun 11am-4pm)

Address: Heard Museum , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602-252-8840 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.heard.org
Fee: $4-10

26 - 28 Maricopa County Home & Landscape Show - Attend the BIG Maricopa County Home & Landscape Show, May 2-4, 2014 for "one-stop home improvement shopping" at its best. Shop, Compare and Save with over 1000 exhibits filled with hundreds of the Valley's most reputable companies all competing for your business and offering thousands of products and services for all of your home improvement needs. As always, the Maricopa County Home & Landscape Show screens every exhibiting company through the Arizona State Registrar of Contractors and the Better Business Bureau of Northern and Central Arizona.

To set the Maricopa County Home & Landscape Show apart, many special features and must see attractions have been add to the show to create an environment that is fun for the whole family.

Home Show Location: Arizona State Fairgrounds, 1826 W McDowell Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85007

Show Hours: Friday 10am-6pm, Saturday 10am-6pm, Sunday 10am-5pm

Admission: $5.00 Adults, $2.00 Children 3-12, Free for 2 and under

Sign up top receive half off admission tickets at http://www.MCHomeShows.com

Address: Arizona State Fairgrounds, 1826 W McDowell Rd. , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602-485-1691 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: nadine@maricopacountyhomeshows.com
Web: www.MCHomeShows.com
Fee: $5.00 Adults, $2.00 Children 3-12, Free for 2 and under

June

6 - 9 Annual Grand Canyon State Summer Games - Olympic-style competition in 31 different sports in sites around Maricopa County, games are geared toward recreational athletes of all ages & abilities with one category available for elite athletes.

Ph: 480-517-9700 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.gcsg.org
Fee: $10-25 participation, free to spectators

9 Arizona Bridal Show - Don't Miss America's Biggest & Best Bridal Show!

Meet 600 of the Valley's top wedding professionals. Thousands of fresh wedding ideas. Everything you need to plan your wedding. All in one place. All in one weekend. 9:00am - 3:00pm.

High-Energy Runway Fashions!
Hottest Bridal Trends!
Bridal Gown Given Away Every Hour!
Free One-Year Subscription to Brides Magazine!
Two Free Wedding Rings*

Address: Phoenix Convention Center, 33 S. 3rd Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004 , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 844-252-1630 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: contact@arizonabridalshow.com
Web: www.arizonabridalshow.com/

July

2 Annual Fabulous Phoenix Fourth - Largest aerial fireworks in southwest, 4 stages of entertainment with local & national acts, a Kid's World with carnival games & rides, hands on activities, historic military vehicle displays, 4-10 pm.

Address: Steele Indian School Park, Indian School Rd. & Central Ave. , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602-534-FEST (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Free, free parking & shuttles from the Arizona Center

August

24 - 25 Annual Family Cornfest Arts & Crafts Fair - Savor fresh sweet corn, shop for arts & crafts offered by more than 60 vendors and bring the kids for clowns, face painting and balloon animals.

Address: El Zaribah Shrine Auditorium , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602-231-0300 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: el-zaribah.org
Fee: Free admission and parking, $5-$9 for lunch

September

4 - 27AZ0608029e062 - Phoenix Arizona State Fair - Arizona's largest event and one of the top state fairs in the country, the Arizona State Fair offers the best in affordable, family entertainment. From live rock to livestock; deep fried candy bars to bumper cars; pie eating and grandstand seating. There's home arts with tasty tartes, or shoot the hoops and eat ice cream scoops. The Arizona State Fair has something for everyone. Open Wednesday - Sunday.

Wednesday - Friday: 12 noon
Saturday - Sunday: 10am

Address: 19th Avenue & McDowell , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602-252-6771 (Always call and confirm events)
Fax: 602-495-1302
Email: info@azstatefair.com
Web: www.azstatefair.com
Fee: Adults - $12
Seniors (55+) & Children (5-13)- $6.00
Childrean under 5 FREE. Special discount days!

20 - 29 Arizona Restaurant Week - Arizona Restaurant Week is an exciting event developed to showcase the outstanding culinary scene in the Phoenix metro market. Guests of the event will be able to partake in Arizona�s finest fare at a special rate. Each restaurant will offer a three-course menu of signature dishes for $29 per person or $58 per couple, excluding beverages, tax and gratuity.

See the website for a list of participating restaurants. Each restaurant page will list the menus offered during Arizona Restaurant Week. Making reservations in advance is strongly suggested as spaces may fill up very quickly. To make a reservation, contact the restaurant directly or make your reservations online by clicking on the reservations link provided on each restaurant page.

Address: Several Locations , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602-307-9134 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: sherry@azrestaurant.org
Web: www.arizonarestaurantweek.com
Fee: $29 to $58

20 - 22 Maricopa County Home & Landscape Show - Attend the BIG Maricopa County Home & Landscape Show, September 26-28, 2014 for "one-stop home improvement shopping" at its best. Shop, Compare and Save with over 1000 exhibits filled with hundreds of the Valley's most reputable companies all competing for your business and offering thousands of products and services for all of your home improvement needs. As always, the Maricopa County Home & Garden Show screens every exhibiting company through the Arizona State Registrar of Contractors and the Better Business Bureau of Northern and Central Arizona.

To set the Maricopa County Home & Landscape Show apart, many special features and must see attractions have been add to the show to create an environment that is fun for the whole family.

Home Show Location: Arizona State Fairgrounds, 1826 W McDowell Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85007

Show Hours: Friday 10am-6pm, Saturday 10am-6pm, Sunday 10am-5pm

Admission: $5.00 Adults, $2.00 Children 3-12, Free for 2 and under

Sign up top receive half off admission tickets at http://www.MCHomeShows.com



Address: 1826 W McDowell Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85007 , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602-485-1691 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: Info@MaricopaCountyHomeShows.com
Web: www.MCHomeShows.com
Fee: $5.00 Adults, $2.00 Children 3-12, Free for 2 and under

21 Annual Phoenix Children's Festival - The Annual Phoenix Children's Festival returns to CityScape in Downtown Phoenix and promises to deliver even more fun and excitement. Mark your calendars and get ready for more highly interactive, experiential and education attractions and fun for the entire family!

This one-day outdoor festival features activities focused on children ages 3-12 years of age and their parents and include multiple adventure stages/zones with group specific or themed adventures for the entire family. This signature event is a cant miss event for you and the family!

Address: CityScape, 1 East Washington , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602-529-2810 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@phoenixchildrensfestival.com
Web: www.phoenixchildrensfestival.com/

29 Native American Recognition Days (NARD) Powwow - "Ancestral Treasures: Expressions through art, music and dance" . All singers and drum groups welcome.
Hosted by: Central High School Multicultural Committee


Schedule of Events
11 a.m. - Gourd Dance
12 p.m. (noon) - Grand Entry
4 p.m. - Supper Break
5 p.m. - Gourd Dance
6 p.m. - Grand Entry
10 p.m. Closing

Arts and Crafts booth Contact Information
Lorraine Shirley
(602)672-7820

Arts and Craft booths: $75.00
(10x12, set up 8 a.m.)
(Vendors are prohibit from walking around to sell, items will be confiscated)
*BRING YOUR OWN SET UP*

THIS IS A FAMILY EVENT NO ALCOHOL/DRUGS ALLOWED ON EVENT PROPERTY. PUHSD/CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY ACCIDENTS, THEFTS, INJURIES, OR DAMAGES.

Address: Central High School 4525 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: (602)885-1103 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: bhuskon@cox.net
Web: www.aznard.org/
Fee: Free Admission/Open to the public

October

4 - 27AZ0608029e001 - Phoenix Arizona State Fair - Arizona's largest event and one of the top state fairs in the country, the Arizona State Fair offers the best in affordable, family entertainment. From live rock to livestock; deep fried candy bars to bumper cars; pie eating and grandstand seating. There's home arts with tasty tartes, or shoot the hoops and eat ice cream scoops. The Arizona State Fair has something for everyone.

Opening Times:
Closed Mondays and Tuesdays
Wednesday - Friday: 12 noon
Saturday - Sunday: 10am

Closing Times:
Commercial Buildings
Sunday - Thursday: 10pm
Friday - Saturday: 11:30pm

Address: 19th Avenue & McDowell , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 800-343-FAIR (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@azstatefair.com
Web: www.azstatefair.com
Fee: Adults - $10
Seniors (55+) & Children (5-13)- $5.00
Childrean under 5 FREE. Special discount days!

11 - 13 Greater Phoenix Greek Festival - Ethnic cuisine, cooking demos, cathedral tours, folk dancers, authentic regional costumes, artifacts, entertainment, Fri 5-10 pm, Sat 11am - 10 pm, Sun 11am - 8 pm.

Address: James A. Speros Community Center, 1973 East Maryland Avenue , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602-264-2791 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.holytrinityphx.org/
Fee: $2.00 for adults; children under 12 Free
Seniors 60 & up Free Sat & Sun 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

November

2 - 3 Phoenix Summit Challenge - Phoenix Summit Challenge highlights the vastness, beauty and physical challenge the city's more than 41,000 acres of desert parks and mountain preserves offer.

Participants choose from the PHX7, PHX5, PHX4 or All Abilities4 routes and packages. Cost per person includes a day of hiking, dinner, giveaways and event t-shirt. Corporate/Team (team of eight) registration also is available.

Address: 12634 N. Paradise Village Pkwy. W. , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602-262-6862 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: receptionist.pks@phoenix.gov
Web: www.phoenix.gov/parks/trails/psc
Fee: Free

2 - 3 Annual SerbFest - Experience all of the traditions of Serbia. Be sure to bring your appetite and try delicious homemade Serbian cuisine and pastries. There is also live Serbian music and traditional folk dancing, church tours of a Byzantine style church, a shopping bazaar which includes religious, cultural and ethnic items, and a Kids Zone where kids can play all day. All proceeds will benefit the Child Crisis Center. Great ambience for all to enjoy!
Hours: Sat 11am-10pm Sun. Noon-8pm

Address: St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church,4436 E. Mckinley Street , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602-275-7360 (Always call and confirm events)
Fax: 602-275-4112
Email: stsavaphx@gmail.com
Web: www.stsava.com
Fee: Adults $2.00 Children 12 & Under Free

8 - 10 Las Noches de la Luminarias - Experience a unique Southwest holiday tradition, Las Noches de las Luminarias. Each night of Luminaria, the Garden is transformed into a place of enchanted beauty when thousands of hand-lit luminarias light the pathways and cast a soft glow on the Garden's world-renowned plant collection. This year the Garden will offer 22 nights where you can stroll the luminaria-lit paths, savor a glass of wine or hot cider, stop to take in the sounds of musical performances, enjoy a delicious dinner by Arcadia Farms Taste of the Desert, and complete your holiday shopping in the Garden Shop. Las Noches de las Luminarias is a unique Southwest holiday tradition not to be missed. Purchase your tickets today to ensure the night of your choice. The event happens only on certain days during that period, with hours from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Call for more information.

Address: 1201 North Glavin Parkway , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 480-941-8124 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.dbg.org

9 Grand Avenue Festival - The annual Grand Avenue Festival celebrates the unusual history of this historic street and the small businesses, arts, and interesting adaptive re-use projects that line this angled corridor to downtown Phoenix. The festival highlights adaptive re-use of commercial buildings, neighborhood sustainability, and recycling - while showcasing the one-of-a-kind small businesses and art venues that populate Grand Avenue and vicinity. There will be tours of historic and hybrid commercial adaptive re-use projects; art exhibits; performances; installations; fashion shows; music; and merchandise that relate to the festival theme. For more info about the festival contact: GrandAvePhoenix@gmail.com
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Address: Lower Grand Avenue, from Van Buren to the 1-10 overpass , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602-252-3774 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: grandavephoenix@gmail.com
Web: www.grandavenueartsandpreservation.org/2017
Fee: Free

11 Veteran's Day Parade - Phoenix Veterans Day Parade, presented by Honoring Arizona's Veterans, 11:00 am - 1:00 pm, starts at North Phoenix Baptist Church, Montebello and Central South on Central at Montebello, East on Camelback, South on 7th to Indian School Road, Phoenix, AZ, 85012

The Phoenix Veterans Day Parade, presented by Honoring Arizona's Veterans has a long history of pride and patriotism in Phoenix on Veterans Day. This family friendly event glistens with a beautiful tribute to our true heroes our Veterans. You'll see large helium balloons, Veterans Service Organizations, JROTC entries, a 30x60 foot American Flag carried down the route, floats, equestrian units, military flyovers and much, much more.

The Phoenix Veterans Day Parade Committee is an all-volunteer, non-profit group of dedicated Veterans, Military, and community leaders who support the mission to ensure our Veterans are recognized on their special day through this parade. Ongoing since 1997, this parade features 45,000 attendees, 100 parade entries, and seven announcers booths along the route for you to learn more about our Veterans.

For more details please contact our Parade Coordinator: Paula Pedene Paula@PedenePR.com Tel#: 480-772-2934

Address: VA Hospital, Central Ave. , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 480-772-2934 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: Paula@PedenePR.com
Web: www.honoringarizonasveterans.org

20 - 29 ZooLights - 6:00-10:00 pm nightly (closed December 25th)
Come celebrate your holidays at ZooLights. Experience a tropical jungle in Rainforests of the World, stand back when passing the three dimensional, 18-foot lighted rattlesnake in the desert of the Arizona Trail and delight at the animated display of lighted penguins in the Antarctic. Discover the diversity of homes we all share through the magic and music of ZooLights!
Don't miss Jengo, the talking giraffe, 2.5 million lights and nearly 400 light sculptures. Carousel rides, the aroma of Kettle Korn and music around every corner will add to the holiday fantasy as the Phoenix Zoo once again transforms itself into one of the largest lighting events in the southwest.
Call for more information.

Address: 455 N Galvin Parkway , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602-273-1341 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.phoenixzoo.org
Fee: $7.00

27 - 6 Las Noches de las Luminarias - Experience a unique Southwest holiday tradition, Las Noches de las Luminarias. Each night of Luminaria, the Garden is transformed into a place of enchanted beauty when thousands of hand-lit luminarias light the pathways and cast a soft glow on the Garden's world-renowned plant collection. This year the Garden will offer 22 nights where you can stroll the luminaria-lit paths, savor a glass of wine or hot cider, stop to take in the sounds of musical performances, enjoy a delicious dinner by Arcadia Farms Taste of the Desert, and complete your holiday shopping in the Garden Shop. Las Noches de las Luminarias is a unique Southwest holiday tradition not to be missed. Purchase your tickets today to ensure the night of your choice. Call for more information.

Address: 1201 North Glavin Parkway , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 480-481-8124 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.dbg.org

December

16 - 17 Celebration of Basketweaving and Native Foods Festival - More than 75 of the nation's finest Native American basket weavers will be showcasing and selling their work, special music & dance performances, artist demonstrations & a special marketplace celebrating the basketweaving heritage of Native cultures across the country, plus Native Food producers from 15 tribes, top chefs demonstrate both traditional & contemporary preparations and recipes. 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Address: Heard Museum , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602-252-8848 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.heard.org
Fee: $4-10.00

20 - 23 Las Noches de la Luminarias - Experience a unique Southwest holiday tradition, Las Noches de las Luminarias. Each night of Luminaria, the Garden is transformed into a place of enchanted beauty when thousands of hand-lit luminarias light the pathways and cast a soft glow on the Garden's world-renowned plant collection. This year the Garden will offer 22 nights where you can stroll the luminaria-lit paths, savor a glass of wine or hot cider, stop to take in the sounds of musical performances, enjoy a delicious dinner by Arcadia Farms Taste of the Desert, and complete your holiday shopping in the Garden Shop. Las Noches de las Luminarias is a unique Southwest holiday tradition not to be missed. Purchase your tickets today to ensure the night of your choice.
HOURS:
5:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Call for more information.

Address: 1201 North Glavin Parkway , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 480-941-8124 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.dbg.org

30 ZooLights - 6:00-10:00 pm nightly (closed December 25th)
Come celebrate your holidays at ZooLights. Experience a tropical jungle in Rainforests of the World, stand back when passing the three dimensional, 18-foot lighted rattlesnake in the desert of the Arizona Trail and delight at the animated display of lighted penguins in the Antarctic. Discover the diversity of homes we all share through the magic and music of ZooLights!
Don't miss Jengo, the talking giraffe, 2.5 million lights and nearly 400 light sculptures. Carousel rides, the aroma of Kettle Korn and music around every corner will add to the holiday fantasy as the Phoenix Zoo once again transforms itself into one of the largest lighting events in the southwest. Call for more information.

Address: 455 North Glavin Parkway , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602-273-1341 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.phoenixzoo.org
Fee: $7.00

7 - 8 Annual Pueblo Grande Indian Market - Join us once again as we celebrate Native American Arts with out traditional Indian Market. Enjoy live performances, unique artists with hand-made jewelry, pottery and more. A family friendly event that offers fun and Native American history in one convenient location. 9:00 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Complimentary nearby parking available with easy access from downtown Phoenix with the Valley Metro Rail stop nearby.

Shop over 100 artists booths including fry bread, Navajo tacos, cactus chili and burgers will be available with food trucks.

Raffle prizes for fabulous prizes including jewelry, blankets, gift certificates and more – all proceed benefit the PGMA.

Address: Steele Indian School Park , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 877-706-4408 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.pueblogrande.org
Fee: $10.00, Under 12 free

26 - 29 Annual Arizona National Stock Show - Livestock shows for 4-H, FFA & adult exhibitors, Li'l Buckaroo rodeo, Cowboy Classics, western art & gear show with workshops & demonstrations, farm experience, chili challenge, antique tractor pull, 8 am - 5 pm.

Address: State Fairgrounds , Phoenix, Arizona
Ph: 602-258-8568 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.anls.org

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Phoenix Police Museum

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Phoenix Art Museum

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Desert Botanical Garden

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Arizona Capitol Museum

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The Phoenix Zoo

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