7 Things To Do In The Phoenix Valley This Week
Due to recent developments with COVID-19 in the Phoenix Valley, we have decided to temporarily suspend our weekly events series. We will return with our weekly podcast as soon as the events we cover resume as scheduled.
Aloha folks. The Phoenix valley is serving up some wonderful, cultural fun this week with boot scootin’, magical dancin’, ostriches, polenisian delights, tastes of Italy, Posty and legendary Creedance. Mahalo Phoenix!
The first week of March brings us a whole lotta candy…of the eye, ear, mouth and good feels variety that is. Not to mention, kilts, bagpipes, beer and kickin’ cancer’s ass. Oh yeah, let’s do this.
Fat Tuesday, Leap Day and the start to March…Metro Phoenix indulges us with their enticing happenings this special week. Grab your beads…it’s time to play ball!
The Valley of the Sun is bringin’ the goods this week in a high flying, outdoorsy, musical, magical and funny way. Let’s get to it.
It’s that time of year to celebrate everything LOVE this week. Looks like cupid’s arrow is aiming towards some things most of us love…Music and Food. Let’s go hit the target.
Festivals, festivals, festivals! This week it’s time to get out and partake in rich history, diverse culture, amazing art, tasty wine, epic food and a whole lotta fun. Gitty up.
I’m so excited that we’re back this week with a special Martin Luther King Jr. Day edition of volunteer things to do this week locally in the Valley of the Sun. What better way to celebrate our nation’s most prominent Civil Rights leader’s legacy than by volunteering to improve our local communities? Sounds like a plan to me, let’s go.
Local brass band decking the halls, local holiday shopping, local art, local celebrity fundraising, local fried chicken and beer all in Grande sized portions. Jingle Bells!
Who’s ready for some global holiday cheer, a funny guy podcaster, twinkling tumbleweeds, Kevin MacCallister, glowing balloons and a HUGE arts festival for the ages? Yeah, I know you are. Pour the nog and let’s go.
The turkeys are laughing at us as we run past holiday lights, yoga in the park, a farmers market and Gabriel Iglesias. Left, left….NO LEFT!
Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, events alright.