3 Free Events in Metro Phoenix This Week

Between grocery shopping for Thanksgiving and hitting the stores on Black Friday, it might be wise to put some affordable activities on this week's agenda. From complimentary movie screenings to all-ages comedy nights and neighborhood art fairs, there are plenty of no-cost happenings to complement your more pricey engagements. Make some room on your plates, people, because here are our top three picks for three events this week.

See also: Your Guide to Shopping Black Friday (And Beyond) in Metro Phoenix

Movie Night Wednesdays: Pieces of April

Before Tom Cruise but after Dawnson's Creek , Katie Holmes was April, a wayward "first pancake" young adult setting out to create Thanksgiving dinner for her very skeptical family. Heartfelt and humorous, Pieces of April is an indie depiction of family, the holidays, and how some people just weren't meant to be cooks. The movie screening starts at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, November 26, at Burton Barr Central Library. For more information, visit

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