Things to Do February 28- March 2, 2014

    things to doLooking for something to do this weekend?  Here’s a few ideas:

    Friday, February 28, 2014

    Blue Man Group

    Blue Man Group will be making a return visit to town this weekend.  This group offers physical comedy, experimental music and much more.

    Details:  ASU Gammage, Mill Ave and Apache Blvd, Tempe.  Tickets start at $23.50

    Parada del Sol Pro Rodeo

    WestWorld of Scottsdale will be hosting the annual Parada del Sol Pro Rodeo.  Events include bull and bronco-riding, roping and barrel racing.  Events will be held all weekend long.

    Details:  1pm and 7pm Friday and Saturday and 2pm on Sunday.  16601 N Pima Rd, Scottsdale.  $15-$35, $5 for ages 6-12 and free ages 5 and younger in general admission.

     

    Saturday, March 1, 2014

    2014 Spring Training

    2014 Spring Training has officially begun.  Games will be held all weekend long at all the ballbarks in the valley.  Check out www.cactusleague.com for a schedule.

    Details:  Games held throughout the month of March, various times.

    Kiwanis Litchfield Park 10K, 5K, 1 mile & Healthy Classroom Challenge

    The annual community run/walk takes place this weekend.  The race begins and ends in front of the Litchfield Park Recreation Center.  Registration includes race t-shirts, raffle prizes, food & drink and post-race ceremonies.  All ages welcome.

    Details:  Entry fees $20 per competitive race; $10 Healthy Classroom Challenge.

    The Great Arizona Beer Festival

    This festival will have more than 200 craft beers available to sample.  Music will be performed by Tommy Anderson and the Crown Kings.

    Details: 2-6pm, Tempe Beach Park, Mill Ave and Rio Salado Parkway.  $45-50, includes a cup and 24 tickets for beer samples; $90 for VIP’s; $10-$15 for designated drivers, includes non-alcoholic beverages.

     

    Sunday, March 2, 2014

    Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market

    This weekend the Heard Museum will host the 56th Annual Celebration.  This event will include work from the nation’s top American Indian Artists, Grammy Award-nominated musicians and dancers and chef-prepared Native American foods.

    Details:  9:30am-4pm, Heard Museum, 2301 N Central Ave, Phoenix.  $20, $10 for students, veterans, active military and American Indians; free for age 16 or younger.

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