Fine art, fine foods and Sunday affairs in the park are on the calendar for this winter weekend in Phoenix. Get details on top things to do below.
Cave Creek Indian Market
Celebrate the history and heritage of native tribes of the Southwest at Cave Creek's scenic Stagecoach Village. The three-day market and event features 100 artists exhibiting a variety of pottery, baskets, jewelry and more for sale, as well as performances from acclaimed flutists, hoop dancers and storytellers.
7100 E. Cave Creek Rd., Cave Creek 85331
Performers will be at the Cave Creek Indian Market.
Through January 22
Queen Creek Olive Mill is the state's only working olive mill, and they're celebrating our friends from the north all week long in their grove. Join for Canadian food specials - think poutine, cheese curds, butter tarts, Quebecoise meat pie - and the re-introduction of a limited edition Maple White Balsamic Vinegar.
25062 S. Meridian Road, Queen Creek 85142
This festival mixes fine art and fine wine for a weekend of shopping crafts, browsing beautiful artwork and tasting imported and domestic wine samples. General admission is $3, but for $10, you can get your own engraved souvenir wine glass plus six tasting tickets.
Downtown Carefree, 101 Easy Street, Carefree 85377
Sunday funday at 6th Street Market and Sunday A'Fair
Just because it's the last day of the weekend doesn't mean it shouldn't get love, too. Embrace Sunday at Tempe's weekly 6th Street Market, a new event for shopping local art and goods, live music, interactive projects, community yoga and more. And in downtown Scottsdale, you can enjoy free outdoor blues, country, jazz concerts with food and family activities every Sunday during Sunday A'Fair.
6th Street Market: 24 E 6th St, Tempe 85281
Sunday A'Fair: Scottsdale Civic Center Park, 3939 N Drinkwater Blvd, Scottsdale 85251
6th Street Market
Pancakes & Booze Art Show
Come for the art, stay for the free pancake bar and vibe at The Duce, a 1928 warehouse-turned-dance floor and retro lounge. Pancakes & Booze showcases the work of more than 75 emerging local artists to the tunes of live music and the sweet smell of pancakes (and they’ve got toppings to go around).