So Scottsdale November 2022

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Nov. 12, Salt River Fields at Talking Stick Celebrate all-things brewed at the third year of this annual festival, which will place Arizona’s best distilleries, microbreweries and wineries in the spotlight. Guests can sip some award-winning creations while challenging friends and family to a lawn game, or pair favorite pours with a dish from a local food truck. Tickets include 12 samples of beer, wine, cocktails or spirits. Guests can also upgrade to a VIP ticket to start the fun an hour early. 2-5 p.m. General admission, $60; VIP, $75; designated driver, $19. www.


open two new chapters with the goal of spreading compassion and advocating for strength in times of hardship. 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Individual ticket, $100; table of 10, $2,000. Charles Schwab Cup Championship Nov. 7-13, Phoenix Country Club Head to the greens for the 33rd year of this PGA TOUR Champions season-ending tournament, where 36 top players will compete for the title of Charles Schwab Cup Champion. This year, guests can enjoy an elevated fan experience at Oasis 17, an openair venue next to the 15th tee and 17th green, with premium food and beverage options available for purchase – including the fan-favorite $1 birdie beers. Daily ticket, $25; weekly ticket, $75; elevated fan experience, $75 per day; kids and military members, free. www. Stories Of Survival: An Immersive Journey Through The Holocaust Nov. 9, Cutler-Plotkin Jewish Heritage Center Opening on Kristallnacht Remembrance Day, this exhibit from the Arizona Jewish Historical Society puts local Holocaust survivor Oskar Knoblauch in the spotlight. His interactive biography will allow guests to ask over 1,000 real-time questions about his experience in the Krakow ghetto and forced labor camps during World War II. The exhibit will also include a virtual reality walkthrough of a concentration camp to help bring his stories of survival to life. Times vary. Free.

Mr.: You Can Hear The Song Of This Town Through March 2023, Phoenix Art Museum Opening with a First Friday bash on Nov. 4, this highly-anticipated exhibit from one of Japan’s most popular contemporary artists is steeped in colorful chaos. Showcasing the vibrancy and inner turmoil of the otaku subculture – characterized by an obsession with manga, anime and video games as a form of escapism – Mr.’s first U.S. solo exhibition in over five years is a can’tmiss opportunity to spend the day lost in a fantasy world. Included with museum admission. Canal Convergence | Water + Art + Light Nov. 4-13, Scottsdale Waterfront This year marks the 10th anniversary of Canal Convergence, a


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large-scale, light-based public art installation located in and around the Arizona Canal. For this year’s theme, artists were invited to base their work around interactivity, sustainability or any themes from the event’s 10-year history. In addition to interactive and augmented reality artworks, the 10-day event will include a variety of creative workshops from local and visiting artists, history tours, live music and dance performances. 6 p.m. Free. Flow And Gogh Nov. 5 & 12, Lighthouse ArtSpace Phoenix Ever wanted to live inside a Van Gogh painting? This wellness experience does you one better, allowing attendees to take part in a yoga class inside the Immersive Van Gogh exhibition. The

choreography, taught by a certified instructor, blends seamlessly with moving artwork from the impressionist’s catalog of masterpieces for a multi-sensory experience that improves both the body and mind. 8:30-9:05 a.m. $50 plus fees. Books, Brunch & Bubbles Nov. 6, The Saguaro Scottsdale Don your Sunday brunch attire and join Loving Library for its very first fundraiser. The family-friendly event will feature a delicious brunch, a community service activity, a silent auction and no shortage of bubbles. Since Loving Library was launched on founder Anaik’s 8th birthday, the nonprofit has delivered almost 10,000 books to people in need, from refugee families to pediatric hospital patients. Proceeds will help the organization

Candlelight Open Air Concert: A Tribute To Queen & More Nov. 11, Arizona Boardwalk Courtyard Rock out to the music of Queen at this live candlelit concert. With over an hour of fan favorite Queen songs and classical works from Puccini and Mozart performed by the Listeso String Quartet, this will be a musical experience that knows a thing or two about ambience. Performances at 6:30 p.m. and 9 p.m. $20. Miles That Matter Cycle Nov. 13, Phoenix Raceway At this inaugural fundraiser, attendees of all abilities will be able to participate in a 60-, 40, or 20-mile cycle through the scenic West Valley in support of Phoenix Children’s Hope Fund. Proceeds from the event, which includes a Family Fun Ride on the Phoenix Raceway track, will help Phoenix

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