Phoenix will host the CEOs for Cities National Conference Oct 30 to Nov 1.
Phoenix Spokes People will host a day of bike bliss on October 21.
See wildlife, take a night hike, talk to a scientist and make Halloween masks at Rio Salado Audubon Center’s 8th annual Enchanted Trail Oct. 20-21.
Live singers, an orchestra and conductor synchronize a film score with the 1961 film “Hercules in the Haunted World” in AZ Opera’s production, Oct. 21-22.
Protected Bike Lanes make their debut on 15th Avenue.
Vintage Partners & Venue Projects partner up to transform two midcentury gems into the stylish, boutique Arrive Phoenix.
Lost Lake Festival reveals their app and schedules for each of the three days with more than 45 musical performances taking place across three stages.
Arizona Curriculum Theater will celebrate the work of Edgar Allen Poe throughout October with a series of events at Hotel San Carlos and Rosson House.
The craft beer market is the first retail partner to open at Crescent Highland, the multifamily community located at 16th St. and Highland.
“Let Us Surprise You” is a video by Visit Phoenix that highlights all the beauty and fun Phoenix has to offer. From desert hikes with stunning city views to the bustling night life of downtown Phoenix, there is something for everyone in Phoenix!
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