Fall has arrived and the seasonal festivals that come with it are kicking into full swing this weekend in Phoenix. Here are our top picks for things to do this weekend in Phoenix:

Pumpkin Days and Corn Maze at Tolmachoff Farms (October 1 – November 10)

The whole family will enjoy Tolmachoff Farms’ great big pumpkin patch, six-acre family corn maze, mini corn maze, and a haunted corn maze.  Other activities include a petting zoo, train ride, hay pyramid, corn box, jumping pillow and much more.

Tolmachoff Farms

Pumpkin Days at Tolmachoff Farms

CALA Alliance Festival’s Tradiciones Dance Company Residency (October 11-13)

The month-long CALA Alliance Festival continues with the Tradiciones Dance Company Residency at the Peoria Center for the Performing Arts. More than 40 dancers in an array of colorful costumes will perform joyful, kinetic dances from South America, the Dominican Republic, and Mexico.

Oktoberfest at Tempe Town Lake (October 11-13)

Head to the shores of Tempe Beach Park for this free and family-friendly Oktoberfest celebration that features 15 kinds of German beer, authentic German food, wine gardens, Daschund racing, Kinderfest KidsZone, music and much more.

Greater Phoenix Greek Festival (October 11-13)

The Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral hosts this opportunity to share in the rich history, culture, and culinary delights of Greece. In addition to the authentically prepared Greek cuisine, please sample some imported Greek wine, beer and, of course, ouzo and the Greek classic Metaxa. Additionally, our nationally recognized community dancers, in traditional costumes from the various regions of Greece — and the Greek world — will be performing throughout the weekend.

Sunnyslope Art Walk (October 12)

The Phoenix New Times Best Arts Festival of 2012 returns with more than 130 artists showing and selling their original work ranging from fine art painting and ceramics to jewelry and more. There will also be live music, a kids zone and family-friendly raffle prizes.

Sunnyslope Art Walk

Sunnyslope Art Walk