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Photos: Chill at W Scottsdale, Phoenix's Third Friday, and Elf Yourself at Maya

New Times photographers were out and about this weekend. Did we take your picture?

Elf Yourself at Maya Day & Nightclub, 12/20/13 Twas the weekend before Christmas and Maya Day & Nightclub in Scottsdale was alive with twinkling holiday lights, glimmering LEDs, thumping beats, and merry revelers during the Elf Yourself party on Friday, December 20.

See also: Jackalope Ranch's Last-Minute 2013 Holiday Gift Guide

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Third Friday in Downtown Phoenix, 12/20/13 The monthly Third Friday in downtown Phoenix provides an alternative to First Fridays for art lovers who aren't necessarily crowd lovers. Many galleries on both Roosevelt Row and Grand Avenue open their doors and often host opening receptions, gathering a nice crowd yet still allowing patrons to soak in the scenery and for artists to comfortably mingle.

CHILL at W Scottsdale Hotel The second floor WET Deck of the W Scottsdale Hotel hosted its annual 1,500-square-foot holiday skating rink and much frolicking on the ice as Valley residents got in some skating fun on Saturday, December 21, as festive lights twinkled overhead and jaunty carols and seasonal songs rang out.

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