Friday October 20th: Have fun out there. Be safe. If you need us, we’re here.

//Friday October 20th: Have fun out there. Be safe. If you need us, we’re here.

Friday October 20th

 

Tonight & Saturday: Enchanted Trail: Guided night hikes, concessions, food, Halloween crafts, wildlife, and spooky bat cave are all at this annual fall festival.

5:30-8p Nina Mason Pulliam Rio Salado Audubon Center, 3131 S. Central Ave. Phoenix

More information and tickets: 602-468-6470 / riosalado.aubudon.org

 

Saturday: Get your philanthropy on at The Center for Habilitation (TCH: Finding creative and innovative ways to provide hope and purpose for individuals with disabilities) MONSTER MASH: Superheroes and Villains.

At TCH: 215 W. Lodge Dr. Tempe, AZ 85283.

Tickets are by donation and include dinner, drinks, live and silent auctions, dancing, costume contest, and raffle. All proceeds support TCH. Feel good, give back.

Tickets & Info: 480-730-4221

 

Saturday: Spark! After Dark: Wicked Party 8-11p. Every third Saturday from October to June, Mesa Arts Center’s campus will be taken over by artists with crazy-fun themes!

Live music. Live art. Fab eats. Adult drinks. And it’s FREE.

 

Looking forward: Saturday, November 11th, 1-5p. NeovemBEER Festival.

Featuring: 50 breweries with 120+ beers. Get yo’ drink on!

 

Have fun out there. Be safe. If you need us, we’re here.

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