Schnepf Farms Archives

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Come for the Food and Stay for the Dancing at Greek Fest Baklava is back as the 60th annual event Phoenix Greek Festival returns Oct. 8-10, with a full weekend of Greek music, art and children’s activities complemented by such ethnic favorites as gyros, spanakopita, baklava, ouzo and imported Greek beer and wine. Opa! Friday, 5-10 p.m.; Saturday, 11 a.m.-10 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. $5, adults; free, children 11 and younger. Holy Trinity Greek...

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Photo by Tim Fuller    Enjoy Dance in the Desert with Ballet Arizona The natural beauty of the Sonoran Desert landscape is the backdrop for The Four Seasons, featuring the choreography of Ib Andersen, artistic director of Ballet Arizona. Set to the dramatic score of Antonio Vivaldi, the world-premiere performance interprets the spirit of nature with a journey through winter, spring, summer and fall in movement. Tu-Sa, through June 5, 8 p.m. Call for ticket...

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1. Pink Out Your Car and Cruise the Valley Decorate your car in all things pink as the American Cancer Society hosts its inaugural Strides Ride from 7 to 10 a.m. Oct. 24. The drive-through event follows a route through the Greater Phoenix area with stops at various locations along the way for sponsor giveaways, music, pink ribbon photo ops and a tribute garden honoring and celebrating those impacted by breast cancer  Donations support the...

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Positive Memories in 2020 is the theme of this family festival, which offers a bounty of fun for everyone including corn mazes, hayrides, pig races, amusement rides, bonfires, country line dancing, miniature golf, chili dinners and a pumpkin patch. Tickets are limited to ensure social distancing. Curbside service also is available for chili, pies and pumpkins. Call for times and ticket prices. Schnepf Farms, 24610 S. Rittenhouse Rd., Queen Creek, pumpkinandchiliparty.com, 480-987-3100.

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Despite Phoenix stubbornly refusing to ever give us anything other than year-round green trees and clear skies, I’ve still found ways to feel like I’m living in an autumnal wonderland.  Here are four things to add to your fall 2019 bucket list: 1. Drink spiced apple cold brew from Dark Hall Coffee As soon as I heard this drink existed and was not just something I dreamed about, I almost immediately raced over to Dark Hall...

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