Phoenix Pizza Festival

November 19

Welcome to pizza paradise. The festival for all things cheese and toppings commences this Saturday in the fall sunshine at Hance Park, where pie purveyors from all over Phoenix will have $2-$4 slices, half and full pizzas, craft beer, wine and more available for purchase. Come for the pizza, stay for the desserts, live music and lawn games.

Margaret T. Hance Park, 67 W. Culver St, Phoenix 85003
(480) 442-9176

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ArtFest of Scottsdale

November 19-20

Jumpstart your holiday gift shopping in Downtown Scottsdale and take home contemporary and artisan crafts, fine art, photography and more from 150 national vendors. ArtFest admission is free, but you’ll want to bring your wallet for artwork and a bite to eat in the events’ sculpture garden setting.

Scottsdale Civic Center Plaza, 7380 E. 2nd Street, Scottsdale 85251
(480) 968-5353

Pie Social

November 19

Bring $12 (or two of your own baked pies), and get five tasting tickets to taste local chef and community creations at Roosevelt Row’s annual Pie Social. Cleanse your palette between sweet and savory pies with free milk from a local dairy farm, enjoy live music and shop pie-inspired market vendors.

Phoenix Union Bioscience High School, 512 E Pierce St, Phoenix 85004

Street Food Cinema: Mean Girls

November 19

One part picnic, one part concert and one part outdoor movie viewing, this new cinema series in Phoenix gives you a chance to get out and enjoy a cool evening of food and fun with the community. Order food truck fare to bring back to your picnic, and enjoy a lineup of local acts before a showing of Mean Girls.

Steele Indian School Park, 300 E Indian School Rd, Phoenix 85012

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spark! After Dark

November 19

Culture, food and art collide at Mesa Art Center’s creative spark! After Dark evenings. This month, experience the event with Spanish flair as it transforms into a European-style street market, and enjoy flamenco performances, traditional eats and Spanish wine and live music.

1 E. Main St, Mesa 85211
(480) 644-6500

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