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Certified Local Fall Festival Showcases Arizona Businesses

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Between this Saturday's Pie Social, Twilight parties, and an arts parade you're going to need some body fuel -- and you'll have to look no further than the Certified Local Fall Festival


The seventh annual shebang invites local businesses, restaurants, and performers to showcase their goods and entertain a gaggle of local attendees (last year's festival drew more than 6,000 people and 60 Local First business participants).

The event, organized by Local First AZ, is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Saturday at Duck and Decanter, 1651 East Camelback Road, and admission is free. 


This year's participants include All About Books & Comics, Bookmans Entertainment Exchange, Four Peaks Brewing Co, Frances, Practical Art on Central, Smeeks, Strawberry Hedgehog Bath & Body, and Zia Records, to name a few. See the full list on the Local First website

Hint: Show up early; the first 500 attendees get goody bags.

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