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PEORIA – Greekfest

Peoria, Greekfest

Peoria Parks and Recreation and St. Haralambos Greek Orthodox Church host Greekfest 2018, three days of the best Greek food and pastries you will find in the Valley, plus live Greek music, folk dancing, a kids zone, marketplace and activities for all ages.

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PEORIA – Greekfest

Peoria, Greekfest

Peoria Parks and Recreation and St. Haralambos Greek Orthodox Church host Greekfest 2018, three days of the best Greek food and pastries you will find in the Valley, plus live Greek music, folk dancing, a kids zone, marketplace and activities for all ages.

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PEORIA – Greekfest

Peoria, Greekfest

Peoria Parks and Recreation and St. Haralambos Greek Orthodox Church host Greekfest 2018, three days of the best Greek food and pastries you will find in the Valley, plus live Greek music, folk dancing, a kids zone, marketplace and activities for all ages.

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PHOENIX – CornFest and Arts & Crafts Fair

corn on the cob

An indoor, air-conditioned event for all ages with more than 60 arts & crafts vendors, clowns, entertainment, raffles, food and fresh corn on the cob.

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PHOENIX – CornFest and Arts & Crafts Fair

corn on the cob

An indoor, air-conditioned event for all ages with more than 60 arts & crafts vendors, clowns, entertainment, raffles, food and fresh corn on the cob.

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St. Patrick’s Day events in metro Phoenix

Get your green wardrobe ready and enjoy a Shamrock Fest, a fun run or a music festival this weekend. Happy St. Patrick’s Day! CHANDLER Pot of Gold Music Festival (Fri-Sat Mar 16-17). This is a two-day, all ages show (13 years and older), featuring more than a dozen bands, including Flogging Molly, Less than Jake […]

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Tips for finding low-cost and free local performances

Families don’t need big budgets to enjoy live music, dance or theater performances together. It’s all about knowing where to look and doing a bit of planning. Here are some tips to help you get started. 1. Use social media. Follow your favorite venues and performers on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram so you’re the first […]

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12 family-friendly spring festivals

Families can explore different cultures and enjoy the local arts scene during spring festivals taking place around the Valley in coming weeks and months. Here’s our roundup of a dozen family-friendly favorites: Art Detour 27 (Sat-Sun Mar 7-8) Exhibits, open artist studios, children’s activities. 11am-5pm. Free. Locations vary, downtown Phoenix. 602-256-7539 or artlinkphoenix.com. Canal Convergence […]

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Family fun with festivals

Not long ago, families were glued to screens watching Brazilian soccer fans in the stands who sported face paints in vibrant yellows, blues and greens. Most kids who thought it looked fun didn’t get to don colorful face paints at home, but they’ll have the opportunity on Saturday, Sept. 6 when “Brazilian Day Arizona” comes […]

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Festivals filled with family fun!

Singing drones. Animal bikes. Floating bug sculptures. Dancing industrial robots. A giant mushroom bounce house. It’s nice to be known as the “Valley of the Sun”—but festivals happening in metro Phoenix this month prove we’re also the “Valley of the Fun!” Plenty of March festivals are filled with interactive experiences your kids won’t encounter in […]

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