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Arizona Fall Fest, November 4

Arizona Fall Fest, November 4

Skylar Smith '18

Arizona Fall Fest, November 4

Skylar Smith '18

Skylar Smith '18

Arizona Fall Fest, November 4

Skylar Smith, Business Manager

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With the sweet smell of a pumpkin spice latte in the air and the sight of leaves beginning to turn orange, fall is finally here. There are many exciting things to do during fall, and one of these things is attending fall festivals. These festivals are fun events to attend with family or friends that celebrate the fall season. Senior Kennedy Van Norman commented, “Since it may be my last year in Arizona before college, I definitely want to attend a fall festival with my friends. Luckily, Arizona has a lot of them to choose from.” By looking at community calendars, there are countless fall festivals to choose from. Below are just a few of the events.

The first festival is the Festival of the Superstitions. This festival occurs from Nov. 11 to Nov. 12 at Flatiron Community Park in Apache Junction. There will be local food vendors, live entertainment and a petting zoo. Best of all, the festival is free and pet-friendly.

The next festival is the Chiles and Chocolate Festival. Head to the Desert Botanical Garden from Nov. 10 to Nov. 12 to sample sweet and spicy treats. Dances from Latin American countries will provide the entertainment and cooking demonstrations will also be held. The festival is included with admission into the gardens.

The third festival is the Arizona Harvest Festival, which is held on Nov. 12 at the Dr. AJ Chandler Park. Enjoy a pumpkin toss, delicious food from numerous vendors and pie eating contests at this festival. There will also be plenty of local shops in attendance for early Christmas gift shopping. Admission is free.

The final festival is the ArtFest of Scottsdale. From Nov. 18 to Nov. 19, experience crafts and art from almost 200 vendors in the Scottsdale Civic Center Plaza. There will be live music, gourmet food, and more for no admission cost.

All of these festivals are perfect opportunities to enjoy the fall season in Arizona with loved ones. This season doesn’t last long, but there are many events just for fall to experience. Fall festivals cost little to attend, but create priceless memories.

 

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