Valley Vibe October 2023 Issue

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HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ISSUE PRSRT STD ECWRSS U.S. POSTAGE PAID PHOENIX, AZ PERMIT NO 5514 ECWRSS LOCAL POSTAL CUSTOMER Fall Festivals & Halloween Happenings » PAGE 22 & PAGE 23 Special Events Spotlight A Local Photographer's Dream New Community & Private Event Space (With a View!) Open for Bookings PAGE 16 Concerts, Performances, Farmer's Markets & Fun » PAGE 7 Weekend Vibes Adventure Vibes 5 Places to See Fall Colors in Arizona » PAGE 21
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Weekend Vibes




Arizona State Fair

Various admission times

Arizona State Fairgrounds

1826 W. McDowell Road, Phoenix 602-252-6771,

$15/Fair admission; $25/Concert series (includes fair admission)

See live performances from a variety of artists, including Walker Hayes, Becky G, Ne-Yo and more, plus monster trucks, livestock competitions, carnival rides and fair foods. View the full fair schedule online.



‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’

Various showtimes

Arizona Broadway Theatre

7701 W. Paradise Lane, Peoria 623-776-8400,


A musical comedy inspired by Joseph from the Bible Book of Genesis, featuring music by Andrew Lloyd Webber.



‘Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill’

Various showtimes

The Phoenix Theatre Company 1825 N. Central Ave., Phoenix 602-254-2151


An ode to the jazz icon Billie Holiday, featuring cover performances of her most famous songs.



‘Revenge of the Space Pandas’

Various showtimes

Banzerini House 42407 N. Vision Way, Suite 106s

Phoenix 818-568-9908


A comedy play about a group of space pandas exploring the galaxy put on by local youth actors.


Prescott Valley

Outdoor Summit

9 a.m.–5 p.m. Findlay Toyota Center 3201 Main St., Prescott Valley 928-257-4177

$17/Single Day; $30/Weekend

A weekend devoted to celebrating the outdoor adventure lifestyle, featuring exhibitors, educational clinics, demonstrations, onsite fishing, a mountain bike track, climbing walls, a kid’s zone, an off-road experience, food trucks, a beer garden and optional overnight camping.



Crash Concert

5 p.m.

Sanderson Lincoln Pavilion

100 Easy St., Carefree 480-896-7660 Free

Local professional artists from the Desert Hills Community School of Music put on a concert for the community and then audience members are welcomed on stage to show off their own skills and “crash the concert.” This year’s concert is in tribute to the late Lloyd Meyer, former vice mayor of Carefree and former president of Steinway & Sons.


‘The Mighty Carmina Burana’

Various showtimes

Symphony Hall

75 N. Second St., Phoenix 602-495-1999

David Cohen (left) plays Charlie Bucket and Cash Pettit (right) plays Willy Wonka in MTA's upcoming production of “Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka Jr.” Thursday, Oct. 5 through Sunday, Oct. 8. PHOTO BY LORI O PHOTOGRAPHY


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The dramatic “Carmina Burana” by Carl Orff from feature films “Excalibur” and “Natural Born Killers” performed live by The Phoenix Symphony.


Foo Fighters

7:30 p.m.

Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre

2121 N. 83rd Ave., Phoenix 602-254-7200,


Live in concert with special guest The Breeders.



‘Roald Dahl’s

Willy Wonka Jr.’

Various showtimes

Musical Theatre of Anthem 42201 N. 41st Drive, Suite B100

Anthem 623-336-6001


The classic tale of a candy manufacturer with golden tickets is put on by local youth actors ages 6–18.


Jason Aldean

7:30 p.m.

Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre 2121 N. 83rd Ave., Phoenix 602-254-7200,


The “Highway Desperado” tour with special guests Mitchell Tenpenny, Corey Kent and Dee Jay Silver.

Pop downtown and indulge your taste buds during the Arizona State Fair Sunday, October 1 through Sunday, October 29.


Chris Tucker

8 p.m.

Arizona Financial Theatre 400 W. Washington St., Phoenix 602-379-2888,


Live stand-up comedy from the “Legend” tour.


‘And I Love Her: The Beatles Reimagined’ Various showtimes

The Phoenix Symphony Symphony Hall 75 N. Second St., Phoenix



The ultimate array of Beatles classics, reimagined in different genres such as classical and jazz.


All Time Low

6:30 p.m.

The Van Buren 401 W. Van Buren St., Phoenix 480-659-1641


Live in concert with Gym Class Heroes, Grayscale and Lauran Hibberd.


Anthem Cars and Coffee

7–10 a.m.

Outlets North Phoenix 4250 W. Anthem Way, Phoenix 602-770-7797 Free

Check out some cool cars from the community and local vendor booths.


Arrowhead Farmers Market

9 a.m.–1 p.m. Arrowhead Towne Center 7780 W. Arrowhead Towne Center Glendale

Hours 7-4pm everyday

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Check out different vendors each week ranging from fresh produce to handmade crafts. See full list of participants online.


Pinnacle Peak

Farmers Market

9 a.m.–2 p.m.

Deer Valley Towne Center

2805 W. Agua Fria Fwy, Phoenix pinnaclepeakfarmersmarket

Free admission

Shop for produce, food items and handmade goods from local farmers, vendors and artisans.



Experience Germany

9 a.m.–5 p.m.

Musical Instrument Museum

4725 E. Mayo Blvd., Phoenix 480-478-6000,

$10–$27/Adults; $4–$19/Teens ages 13–19; $4–$14/Children ages 4–12; Free/Children 3 and under

Experience the music and culture of Germany through traditional music performances, educational curator talks, authentic food, and hands-on language and craft workshops.



32nd Annual

Sedona Arts Festival

9 a.m.–5 p.m., Saturday; 9 a.m.–4 p.m., Sunday

Sedona Red Rock High School 995 Upper Red Rock Loop Road, Sedona 928-204-9456

$15/Ages 13 and up; Free/Ages 12 and under

Browse through the works of over 100 juried artists for sale and enjoy live music, a raffle, gourmet food trucks and a beer and wine garden.



Taste of Japan

Saturday, Noon–8 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m.–7 p.m.

Heritage Square

501 E. Monroe St., Phoenix 602-258-0048


Taste traditional Japanese foods, watch live martial arts demonstrations and Japanese drummer performances, enter a cosplay contest, learn professional fish-cutting techniques and sample Japanese beers and sake.


Tate McRae

7 p.m.

The Van Buren

401 W. Van Buren St., Phoenix 480-659-1641,


Live on stage during the “Are We Flying” tour.


The All-American Rejects

7 p.m.

Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre 2121 N. 83rd Ave., Phoenix 602-254-7200


The “Wet Hot All-American Summer” tour, also featuring New Found Glory, Motion City Soundtrack and The Get Up Kids.


Anthem Market in the Park

9 a.m.–1 p.m.

Anthem Community Park 41703 N. Gavilan Peak Pkwy., Anthem 623-742-6050


An outdoor retail shopping event hosted by the Anthem Community Council and the Market on 41st.



6:30 p.m. Chase Field 401 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix 602-514-8400


The “Summer Carnival” tour, also featuring Brandi Carlile, GroupLove and KidCutUp.



8 p.m.

Arizona Financial Theatre

400 W. Washington St., Phoenix 602-379-2888


Live in concert.


Guns N’ Roses

6 p.m. Chase Field 401 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix 602-514-8400,


Live in concert with special guest Alice in Chains.



6:40 p.m. Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre 2121 N. 83rd Ave., Phoenix 602-254-7200,


Live in concert with special guests Papa Roach and Spiritbox.



A Women’s Art Expo

Thursday, 5–9 p.m.; Friday, 11 a.m.–3 p.m.

The Marshall Gallery 7106 E. Main St., Scottsdale


Browse through works on display exclusively made by female artists.




Various showtimes

Herberger Theater Center 222 E. Monroe St., Phoenix 602-252-8497, www.herbergertheater. org


The Arizona Opera presents a show based on the Mary Shelley iconic novel.



‘Young Frankenstein’

Various showtimes

Starlight Community Theater 1611 W. Whispering Wind Drive Suite 9, Phoenix

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Sting performs at the Arizona Financial Theatre Monday, Oct. 9. PHOTO BY ERIC RYAN ANDERSON

Special Events Spotlight

Anthem’s favorite festival is back for those wishing to get a head start on holiday shopping with plenty of business and craft vendors offering fine arts creations, culinary items, jewelry, photography, clothing, handmade goods and more. In addition to shopping, attendees can enjoy live music, bounce houses, face painting, tractor-pulled hayrides, a food court and a rotary beer garden. For an additional fee, roam the pumpkin patch and decorate a face on your own pumpkin to take home.

Thursday, Oct. 12–Sunday, Oct. 15

Anthem Autumnfest Carnival

Thursday, Oct. 12: 5–9 p.m.

(wristband hours 5–8 p.m.)

Friday, Oct. 13: 5–10 p.m.

(wristband hours 5–8 p.m.)

Saturday, Oct. 14: 1–10 p.m

(wristband hours 1–4 p.m.)

Sunday, Oct. 15: 1–4 p.m.

(wristband hours 1–4 p.m.)

WestWorld of Scottsdale

16601 N. Pima Road, Scottsdale 602-485-1691

$8/Friday admission;

$12/Saturday & Sunday admission; $10/Parking

Meet Drew and Jonathan Scott from HGTV’s “Property Brothers,” home design consultations with industry experts, food and beverage samples, craft workshops and performances by hip-hop dancing grannies.


The Wallflowers

8 p.m.

Gila River Resorts & Casinos: Wild Horse Pass

5040 Wild Horse Pass Blvd., Chandler 1-800-946-4452,


Live in concert.



Observing Lab

8 a.m.–2 p.m.

The Earth & Space Expedition Center 17835 N. 44th St., Phoenix 623-322-2001,

$10/Adults; $8/Children; Free/Children under 5 years old

Saturday, Oct. 14–Sunday, Oct. 15

Anthem Autumnfest

Arts & Crafts Festival

10 a.m.–4 p.m.

Anthem Community Park

41703 N. Gavilan Peak Pkwy., Anthem 623-742-6050 events/autumnfest Free



A musical based on the book by Mel Brooks, performed by local adult actors.



‘The Addams Family’

Various showtimes

Herberger Theater Center

222 E. Monroe St., Phoenix 602-252-8497


The Valley Youth Theatre presents a comical feast based on the classic frightening family.

Anthem Community Park 41703 N. Gavilan Peak Pkwy., Anthem 623-742-6050

$25/All-you-can-ride wristbands

The Frazier Shows carnival is back with both classic and innovative carnival rides and attractions. Unlimited ride wristbands can be purchased online ahead of time for a discount.


Brahms & Dvořák

‘To Die For’

Various showtimes

The Phoenix Symphony

Ikeda Theater

1 E. Main St., Mesa 602-495-1999


Live performances of Johannes Brahms’ First Symphony and Antonín Dvořák’s Cello Concerto.



Maricopa County

Home & Garden Show 10 a.m.–5 p.m.

View the “ring of fire” effect in the sky from the solar eclipse using special glasses and specialized telescopes, with science demonstrations, rocket launches, a drone exhibit, a liquid nitrogen show and a planetarium show to follow.


Empty Bowls Fundraiser

2–6 p.m.

Sanderson Lincoln Pavilion

100 Easy St., Carefree 480-488-1145

Free admission

Buy a locally handmade bowl to support the Foothills Food Bank & Resource Center and the Sonoran Arts League. Plus, enjoy art demonstrations, live music, a wine and beer garden, a silent raffle, an auction and a kid’s zone.


Fashion & Fizz

4–7 p.m.

Ballet Arizona

2835 E. Washington St., Phoenix 602-381-1096,

$50/Standard ticket; $80/VIP ticket; $125/Premium ticket

A fashion show fundraiser to benefit the Ballet Arizona dancing program, with detailed looks at the intricate costumes worn on stage by the professional dancers.


‘Myths and Legends’

7 p.m.

North Valley Symphony Orchestra North Canyon High School Auditorium 1700 E. Union Hills Drive, Phoenix 623-980-4628


A musical exploration of mythology, legends and folklore, featuring “Orpheus and the Underworld,” “The Firebird,” “Camelot” and “Spider Brings Fire.”


Chelsea Handler

8 p.m.

Arizona Financial Theatre 400 W. Washington St., Phoenix 602-379-2888,


Live stand-up comedy.


The Bigger Picture

6–8:30 p.m.

The Phoenix Zoo 455 N. Galvin Pkwy., Phoenix 602-286-3800,


A special fundraiser featuring an art exhibit and presentation on threatened vultures and the


conservation programs working to ensure their survival. Proceeds benefit the vulture habitat at the Wildlife Hospital of Israel and Safari Zoological Center of Ramat Gan.


Lil Yachty

8 p.m.

Marquee Theatre

730 N. Mill Ave., Tempe



Live in concert on the “Field Trip” tour.



7:30 p.m.

Arizona Financial Theatre

400 W. Washington St., Phoenix 602-379-2888,


Live in concert on the “BEN” tour.


Art Affaire

5–7 p.m.

The Finer Arts Gallery

6137 E. Cave Creek Road, Cave Creek 480-488-2923


Explore the latest works of over 50 professional Arizona artists specializing in ceramics, glass, wood, jewelry, paintings, photography and more.

on Saturday, Oct. 14.


‘Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince’ in Concert

Various showtimes

The Phoenix Symphony Symphony Hall

75 N. Second St., Phoenix 602-495-1999


A giant screen production of the film with the live soundtrack performance.


AZ Jazz Fest

Various admission times High Street 5415 E. High St., Phoenix

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Buy a locally handmade bowl to support the Foothills Food Bank & Resource Center and the Sonoran Arts League Empty Bowls Fundraiser in downtown Carefree
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$95–$225/Single day; $405–$1,485/Weekend

Live performances from famous jazz musicians, including Brian McKnight, Jeffrey Osborne and Kenny G.


Bone Thugs N Harmony

8 p.m.

Celebrity Theatre

440 N. 32nd St., Phoenix 602-267-1600,


Live in concert.


Trevor Noah

8 p.m., Friday; 7 p.m., Saturday Arizona Financial Theatre

400 W. Washington St., Phoenix 602-379-2888,


Live stand-up comedy from the “Off the Record” tour.


I Recycle Phx

7 a.m.–noon

Desert Ridge Marketplace

21002 N. Tatum Blvd., Phoenix 602-262-4820 i-recycle-phoenix Free

A drive-through event to help Phoenix residents declutter their homes while keeping the area free of litter. See the full list of accepted items for donation and recycling online.


Go Green

8–11 a.m.

Anthem Community Park:

Lower Parking Lot

41703 N. Gavilan Peak Pkwy., Anthem 623-742-6050 go_green

Free/Anthem residents

Anthem residents (proof of residency required) are welcome to recycle electronics, personal documents, bulk cardboard, paint and other items with Republic Services, ProShred, MCSO and other community partners at this convenient, drive-through drop-off event. Participants are encouraged to enter the parking lot from Freedom Way to Whitman


$10/General admission adults; $5/General admission ages 17 & under $45/Tasting ticket

Unlimited tastings of hand-crafted margaritas, mojitos, craft beer. Plus, food trucks, vendor shopping, live music and a kid’s zone.



‘Musical Dreams’

Various showtimes

ProMusica Arizona

All Saints Lutheran Church

15649 N. Seventh St., Phoenix 623-920-1194,

$28.50/Adults; $26/Seniors 65 and up and military; $12/Students ages 16–22;

A musical program designed to capture the imagination, set to include a stunning arrangement of “Over the Rainbow” by Mark Hayes.


Trace Adkins

8 p.m.

Gila River Resorts & Casinos: Wild Horse Pass

5040 Wild Horse Pass Blvd., Chandler 1-800-946-4452,


Live in concert.


41703 N. Gavilan Peak Pkwy., Anthem 623-742-6050


An outdoor retail shopping event hosted by the Anthem Community Council and the Market on 41st.


Peppa Pig’s Sing-Along Party

1:30 p.m. Arizona Financial Theatre

400 W. Washington St., Phoenix 602-379-2888


Live performances from the children’s show’s favorite characters.

Kierland Fine Art Festival happens Saturday, Oct. 28 through Sunday, Oct. 29.

Travis Scott

7 p.m.

Footprint Center 201 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix 602-379-7800,

Live in concert on the “Utopia” tour.



Kierland Fine Art & Wine Festival

10 a.m.–5 p.m. Kierland Commons

15210 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale 480-348-1577 ArtWineFestival

$20–$35/Sampling tickets

Free admission

Explore professional art displays on Main Street while listening to live music from popular local artists and sampling wine from the Wilcox area and other Arizona wineries.


DHCSM Saxophone Ensemble Concert

4 p.m.

Desert Hills Presbyterian Church 34605 N. Tom Darlington Road Scottsdale 480-896-7660 Free

Saxophonists of all ages from all over the valley gather together for the Desert Hills Community School of Music fall performance.



8 p.m.

Footprint Center 201 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix 602-379-7800,


Live in concert on the “SOS” tour.

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Ivy Row

Boutique Event Space Opens with Neutral Hues and Mountain Views

Local wedding and family photographer Nikki Mitchell had always dreamt of opening an event and studio space for the community in which she lives and loves.


The Arizona native and Desert Hills resident chooses to call this area home with her husband Carter and two children, Bentley, age 11, and Raven, age 5, for its beautiful views and distance from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Nikki found the perfect setting she’d been searching for right off Carefree Highway near 7th Street, tucked away on the second floor of Tuscani Pointe shopping plaza.

When the opportunity to lease the space formerly occupied by a dance studio presented itself, Nikki said it was just what she had been looking for — open, airy and neutral.

“I looked anywhere from Scottsdale to Surprise and in between and fell in love with this space because it was very open… I love the foyer water features, and it’s quiet up here,” she told Valley Vibe.

Her decade-long dream became a reality in July when she opened Ivy Row. “It’s a unique concept with the shortage of event space up here,” said Nikki, adding, “I’ve put my whole heart into this.”

With the mountains and desert landscape serving as the backdrop, the space fills the gap for much needed gathering place in the far northern portion of the Valley to celebrate a baby shower, birthday,

celebration of life, corporate events, workshops and mixers, family reunions and small weddings— really, just about anything you can imagine.

“We’ve had a few inquiries from yoga instructors and dance instructors to host classes up here… really it’s whatever you need for your business,” Nikki said.

Ivy Row also serves as the studio for Nikki’s photography business, Living Still Photography.

The views from the arched windows add to the ambience and intimate boutique setting the (Continued on Page 19)

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Mitchells have created within the 1,400-squarefoot space, which can comfortably accommodate up to 65 guests. The indoor space opens to a550square-foot turf-covered patio for more room for guests to spread out and mingle while taking in the mountain and courtyard views. And, just around the corner is an outdoor covered breezeway where small ceremonies or cocktail hours can be held.

Nikki’s husband, Carter, built the bar and kitchen prep area and helped construct and paint the shiplap walls, and installed new flooring, adding to the warm airy vibe. All bookings include tables, chairs and linens.

The space is available for rent by the hour for business use, and in four-hour or longer increments for private events. All-inclusive event packages are available to take care of all the details for your event, or event coordinators and caterers of your choice can be utilized. A list of preferred local vendors can be found on the website, along with grand opening specials.

With the holidays approaching, Nikki also plans to host open houses, paint ʼn sip nights and other events open to the public with the goal of bringing the community together.


711 E. Carefree Hwy., Suite 216 Phoenix, AZ 85085 480-840-4595

Ivy Row Preferred Local Vendors

When possible, Ivy Row prefers to partner with local businesses to help with the event planning.

Catering Peaks and Valleys

Cupcakes Epiphany Edible Designs

Desserts Silver Rose Bakery

Dessert Wall Champagne Walls Phx

Entertainment Got You Covered Music

Event Planner Tami Jewel

Balloons Pop Up Celebrations

Photo Booth Snap Your Selfie

Florist KC ʼs Florals

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5 Ways to Find Fall in Arizona

Inner Basin Trail (Near Flagstaff)

The trail ascends from Lockett Meadow into the caldera of the San Francisco Peaks—the tallest peaks in Arizona. The first 1.7 miles of the trail winds through the forest of aspen trees, flanking the upper reaches of the peaks and coloring them solid gold in early fall.

Aspen Loop Trail (Near Flagstaff)

A 2.5 mile hike on sloping meadows along the western slope of the San Francisco Peaks. The trail quickly enters a forest of spruce and pine trees, and aspens which turn vibrant yellow in the fall.

Sterling Pass Trail (Near Sedona)

Sterling Pass Trail begins in Oak Creek Canyon and leads into Sterling Canyon. The climb is steep from the start and leads to a forest dominated by huge orange-barked ponderosa pines. The dwarf canyon maples are plentiful and turn scarlet and peach in the fall.

Washington Park Trailhead (Near Payson)

Popular trailhead with several spots to enjoy the fall foliage. An old bridge lies near the beginning of the trail surrounded by tall pines and the changing colors of the aspen trees.

Scenic Gondola Rides (At Snowbowl)



Walk under the fall canopy on the Inner Basin Trail near Flagstaff and enjoy the fall colors this season.

A perfect way to enjoy fall color in Arizona, without hiking. The chairlift ascends to the top of Agassiz Peak, at an elevation of 11,500 feet for forest views of the aspen trees that turn golden yellow in the fall. OCTOBER 2023 | 21

Fall Festivals

Sunday, Oct. 1–

Sunday, Oct. 29

MacDonald’s Ranch

Pumpkin Patch

9 a.m.–5 p.m.

MacDonaldʼs Ranch

26540 N. Scottsdale Road




Explore the ranch by scavenger hunt, play giant lawn games, pan for gold, race in a pedal car, make way through the hay-bale maze, pet some farm animals, ride a mechanical bull and take home a pumpkin straight from the patch.

Sunday, Oct. 1–

Tuesday, Oct. 31

Mother Nature’s

Farm Pumpkin


Various admission times

Mother Nature’s Farm

1663 E. Baseline Road, Gilbert 480-892-5874


Visit the pumpkin patch, shop for fall accessories, explore the straw bale maze, visit with farm animals, play outdoor games, take a hayride and more.

Sunday, Oct. 1–

Sunday, Oct. 29

Pumpkin Fest & Corn Maze

Various admission times

Mortimer Farms

12907 E. State Route 169




Experience farm-to-table food, watch dirt bike stunts, listen to Arizona frontier stories, cheer on lumberjacks as they compete, join a lively barn dance, wind through a corn maze and have fun on farmthemed carnival rides.

Sunday, Oct. 1–

Sunday, Oct. 29

Vertuccio Farms

Fall Festival

Various admission times

Vertuccio Farms 4011 S. Power Road, Mesa



Explore a 5-acre corn maze, play some mini golf, compete in carnival games, check out the petting zoo, watch duck races, jump around on inflatables, ride a train and paint a pumpkin to take home.

Wednesday, Oct. 4–Sunday, Oct. 29

Pumpkin Days

Various admission times

Tolmachoff Farms

5726 N. 75th Ave., Glendale 602-299-3276


A family-friendly pumpkin patch, 6-acre corn maze for families, mini corn maze for young ones and a haunted corn maze for the adventurous. Plus, a petting zoo, train rides, hay

pyramids, corn box, pedal cart track, jumping pillow and more.

Thursday, Oct. 5–Sunday, Oct. 29

Schnepf Farms

Pumpkin & Chili Party

Various admission times

Schnepf Farms

24810 S. Rittenhouse Road Queen Creek 490-987-3100

$25.95/Person; Free/Ages 2 and under

Spend a fall day enjoying hay rides, sunflower fields, bonfires, carnival rides, zip lines, pig races, lawn games, petting zoo animals, music from live bands, dog shows, mini golf, rock wall climbing and a 10-acre, celebritythemed corn maze.

Saturday, Oct. 7 FallFest in the Park

9 a.m.–5 p.m.

Yavapai County Courthouse Plaza

120 S. Cortez St., Prescott 928-445-2000 Free

Browse through vendor goods with unique handcrafted items, eat some treats, enjoy Wild West entertainment from The Prescott Regulators & Their Shady Ladies and enjoy the fall weather up north for a day.

Saturday, Oct. 7 Flagstaff


11 a.m.–8 p.m. Wheeler Park 212 W. Aspen Ave., Flagstaff 928-606-7600

$7/Ages 13 and up; Free/Ages 12 and under Feast on bratwurst, pretzels and plenty of beer while enjoying live music, eating contests, yard games, arts and crafts shopping, stein-holding competitions and other German cultural festivities in Northern Arizona’s autumn season.

Saturday, Oct. 7

Gilbert Oktoberfest

2–9 p.m.

Gilbert Civic Center

COMPILED BY CAITLIN COULTER Grab a pumpkin and create memories during Schnepf Farms Pumpkin and Chili Party all month.

50 E. Civic Center Drive

Gilbert 602-276-2499 gilbertoktoberfest


Stein-holding contests, brateating competitions, local craft breweries, traditional polka music and live music from The Klaberheads and The Taide Band.

Friday, Oct. 13–Sunday, Oct. 15

Four Peaks


Various admission times

Tempe Town Lake

80 W. Rio Salado Pkwy., Tempe 480-798-0200

$16/Friday and Saturday admission; Free/Sunday

The 50th anniversary of this annual celebration of German beer, food and culture, set to include a keg-tapping ceremony, carnival rides, stein-holding competitions, brat-eating contests, weiner dog races and live performances from cover bands such as Instant Classics and Rock Lobster.

Saturday, Oct. 14

Peoria Library Fall Fest

10 a.m.–1 p.m. Peoria Main Library 8463 W. Monroe St. Peoria 623-773-7555

Fall family fun, including carnival games, crafts, rides, a pumpkin giveaway, food trucks and more.

Friday, Oct. 20–Sunday, Oct. 22 Glass Pumpkin Patch and Book Festival

10 a.m.–5 p.m. The Holland Community Center

34250 N. 60th St. Scottsdale 480-488-1090 Free

Saturday, Oct. 14

Red Rocks


3–8 p.m. Posse Grounds Park 525 Posse Ground Road, Sedona 928-282-7098


Food trucks, local brewers, stein-holding competitions and live entertainment from Polka Katzen and the Johnny Malo Band.

Halloween Happenings

Friday, Oct. 6–Tuesday, Oct. 31

AZ Field of Screams

7–11 p.m.

Tolmachoff Farms

5726 N. 75th Ave., Glendale 602-299-3276


Explore a creepy corn maze planted over an old cemetery.

Friday, Oct. 6–Tuesday, Oct. 31

Frights in the Lights

Sunday–Thursday, 6:30–9 p.m.; Friday–Saturday, 6:30–10 p.m.

Scarizona Scaregrounds 1901 N. Alma School Rd., Mesa 480-444-2590


A new, mile–long drive–through light show designed for families with young

children, featuring largerthan-life pumpkins, spiders, ghosts, goblins and more.

Friday, Oct. 6–Tuesday, Oct. 31


Haunted House

Various admission times

Scarizona Scaregrounds

1901 N. Alma School Rd., Mesa 480-444-2590


Take a tour through over 1,000 glass pumpkins handmade by artist Gregory Tomb and browse through books from over 70 awardwinning local authors, presented by the Desert Foothills Library.

Saturday, Oct. 21 Free Fall Festival

2–5 p.m. Arizona Boardwalk Courtyard 9500 E. Via de Ventura Scottsdale 480-951-2100

Free Activity stations for families and kids, character meet and greets, face painters,

music, games and trick-ortreating.

Saturday, Nov. 4

Local First Arizona Fall Festival

10 a.m.–4 p.m. Margaret T. Hance Park 67 W. Culver St., Phoenix 602-956-0909


Shop small Arizona businesses, local restaurant food trucks, a beverage garden, a silent auction, a kid’s zone and live music from local artists such as Sammi Martinez and Citrus Clouds.

A haunted house event perfect for thrill seekers and recommended for ages 12 and up only. This year’s themes include “Mayhem in the Madness” and “Startled Darkness.”

Friday, Oct. 14–Saturday, Oct. 15


Sparkle Halloween

10 a.m.–4 p.m.

Arizona Boardwalk Courtyard 9500 E. Via de Ventura Scottsdale 480-951-2100


An arts and crafts festival with over 80 vendors, plus face painting, glitter tattoos, character appearances and trick-or-treating.

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Enjoy German beer, food and entertainment during the Four Peaks Oktoberfest in Tempe Friday, Oct. 13 through Sunday, Oct. 15.
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Sunday, Oct. 15


Costume Parade

1–3 p.m.

Tlaquepaque Arts & Shopping Village

336 State Route 179

Sedona 928-282-4838

www.humanesocietyofsedona. org/howloween

$10/Individual; $30/Group

Bring your furry friend dressed in costume to parade through the plaza. Proceeds benefit the Humane Society of Sedona.

Monday, Oct. 16–

Sunday, Oct. 29

Haunted House Workshop

Saturday, Oct. 21

The Spooktacular Fall Festival

9 a.m.–1 p.m.

Glendale Adult Center

5970 W. Brown St., Glendale 602-506-9333 the-spooktacular-fall-festivaland-trick-or-treat-event


Trick-or-treating for the whole family, plus giveaways, live music, dancing and story time.

Saturday, Oct. 21

Halloween Craft

1:30–3:30 p.m.

North Valley Regional Library 40410 N. Gavilan Peak Pkwy.

Anthem 602-652-3000


Kids are welcome to drop–in for craft instructions to make a pet ghost and a haunted house.

Saturday, Oct. 21

Ghosts & Goodies

4–6 p.m.

Westgate Entertainment District: Fountain Park

6751 N. Sunset Blvd., Glendale 480-387-5678


$8/Online presale; $10/Door; $5/Re-entry

All ages are welcome to choose between a “less spooky” or a “more frightening” path, both designed and decorated by local youths.

Various times

Musical Theatre of Anthem 42201 N. 41st Drive Suite B100, Anthem 623-336-6001


Local youths ages 11–18 interested in acting and set design can sign up to help design and decorate this year’s haunted house for the Halloween season. Registration required.

Thursday, Oct. 19

Creepy Candy Crawl

5:30–7:30 p.m.

Desert Ridge Marketplace

21002 N. Tatum Blvd., Phoenix 480-513-7586 event/creepy Free

Get a jump start on candy collections with trick-ortreating throughout the shops, live entertainment and costume contests.

Costume contests, trickor-treating, a slime station, photo booth and gift card giveaways.

Wednesday, Oct. 25–

Friday, Oct. 27

Spooky Safari

5:30–8:30 p.m.

The Phoenix Zoo

455 N. Galvin Pkwy., Phoenix 602-286-3800


Trick-or-treating at the zoo featuring live animals, free face painting, inflatable dinosaurs, ghoulish games and creepy crafts.

Thursday, Oct. 26–

Saturday, Oct. 28

Haunted House Walkthrough

6–9 p.m.

Musical Theatre of Anthem 42201 N. 41st Drive Suite B100, Anthem 623-336-6001

Friday, Oct. 27 Trunk or Treat

5–8 p.m.

Palmcroft Church Parking Lot 3715 W. Anthem Way, Anthem 615-838-9524 Free

Trick-or-treating for the kids, a car show for the adults. Crafts, music, games and food for all.

Friday, Oct. 27

Monster Dash 5K Run/Walk

6–8 p.m.

Arizona Boardwalk Courtyard

9500 E. Via de Ventura Scottsdale 480-912-7878 events/2023/71971/the-monsterdash-5k


Run or walk alongside monsters of all kinds under some fun and festive lights. All ages welcome.

Friday, Oct. 27–Sunday, Oct. 29

Spooktacular Hot Air Balloon Festival

5–9:30 p.m.

Salt River Fields at Talking Stick 7555 N. Pima Road, Scottsdale 480-270-5000

$22/Adults 14 and up;

$17/Children 3–13;

Free/Children 2 and under

Come dressed up for nightly costume contests with prizes, visit trick-or-treat stations, ride in a tethered hot air balloon, explore a spooky trail designed by local high school students and check out the themed balloons rising into the sky throughout the night.

Saturday, Oct. 28

Halloween Bash

10 a.m.–2 p.m.

Arizona Boardwalk Courtyard 9500 E. Via de Ventura Scottsdale 480-951-2100 Free

Costume contests for all ages, bounce houses, slides, face painting, shopping, raffles and family-friendly live entertainment.

Saturday, Oct. 28

Boo & Brew

2–7 p.m.

The Quad at Scottsdale Quarter 15059 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale 480-270-8123 events-news Free

Fun for everyone, including the family dog, with a pumpkin batch, local brew beer garden, character appearances, a candy crawl, balloon twisters, face painting, dog costume contests, a live DJ and live music from Rock Lobster.

Saturday, Oct. 28 Halloween

Monster Bash

5–9 p.m. Peoria Sports Complex 16101 N. 83rd Ave., Peoria 623-773-7000 Free

Dress up to compete in the costume contest for the titles of scariest, funniest, cutest, or most original costumes. Plus, trick-or-treating, crafts, inflatables, carnival games, a rope course and live entertainment.

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Come dressed up and see Halloween-themed hot air balloons during the Spooktacular Hot Air Balloon Festival on Friday, Oct. 27 through Sunday, Oct. 29.

North Phoenix Real Estate Market Update

period in our zip codes of 85083, 85085, 85086 & 85087.

From the National Association of Realtors Mortgage Rates

National weekly average rates as of September 14, 2023

Fixed-Rate 7.18% 15-Year Fixed-Rate 6.51%


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he number of homes sold within three of our largest zones—Anthem Parkside, Anthem Country Club and Fireside/Norterra—all declined during last month's tracking | REAL ESTATE PULSE REAL ESTATE DATA COMPILED COURTESY OF CHIP WEBER WITH RE/MAX FINE PROPERTIES IN ANTHEM, AZ. DATA RETRIEVED FROM THE MLS FOR 8/20/23 TO 9/20/23 DATE RANGE. THE INFORMATION IS DEEMED RELIABLE BUT MAY BE SKEWED AT TIME OF PRINT.
TN 101 303 74 Homes Sold Price/Sq. Ft. Average Sale Price Active Listings Days on Market Community 9/2023 CHANGE 9/2023 CHANGE 9/2023 CHANGE 9/2023 CHANGE 9/2023 CHANGE Amber Hills 0 -100% $0 -100% $0 -100% 4 33% 0 -100% Anthem Country Club 7 -22% $312 11% $803,135 17% 14 -26% 86 21% Anthem Parkside 14 -18% $248 -4% $564,035 8% 24 4% 61 3% Arroyo Grande 0 -100% $0 -100% $0 -100% 10 25% 0 -100% Desert Hills 0 -100% $0 -100% $0 -100% 8 100% 0 -100% Fireside / Norterra 6 -14% $278 0% $684,483 12% 17 42% 38 -5% Sonoran Foothills 3 50% $259 15% $699,000 -21% 10 0% 46 -44% Stetson Hills 0 0% $0 $0 0% 2 0% 0 0% Tramonto 1 100% $275 $585,000 100% 4 0% 28 100% Union Park 0 -100% $0 -100% $0 -100% 20 33% 0 -100% Real Estate Snapshot Month-over-Month Comparison Broken Down by Neighborhoods Within 85083, 85085, 85086 & 85087 North Phoenix Neighborhoods VALLEY VIBE GRAPHIC
Among prospective home buyers, respondents say the main reason they have not yet bought a home is because they are waiting for prices to drop. Additional market-related reasons that prospective home buyers cite as barriers include waiting for mortgage rates to decline (18%–25% of respondents) and not enough available homes within their budget (19%–24% of respondents). The top three reasons why Realtors® say buyers have not yet purchased homes are the same as reported by consumers.


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