Okay, so our photo might be a bit of an exaggeration in terms of what you'll see tonight but we can guarantee this: hot Scottsdale babes will be frolicking in the snow -- ten tons of snow to be exact. Yes, the club is trucking in the white powder for this night of DJ music and dance floor grinding tonight, Friday, December 3. The silicone hits the snow starting at 9 p.m. Entry is free before 10 p.m. and costs $10 after. Checkthis
out for location details.
Crafeteria @ Medlock Plaza (Frances Vintage)
You really should have heard about this by now, friend! It's only the Best Indie Craft Festival in town and it's going off tonight, Friday, December 3, from 6 to 10 p.m. The juried craft fair features the most outstanding crafters, designers and makers from around the Valley to sell their goods in the Medlock Plaza. Neighboring small businesses like Frances Vintage boutique and Smeeks will keep their doors open. Click the link for more info.
Yes! We love this event. Snag yourself a map and take a self-guided tour to the pimpest pads for urban egg-layers in town. ThePhoenix Permaculture Guild
hosts this annual shindig where we can stroll through backyards and learn how to keep chickens as an integral part of a self-sustaining household. Maps are $10 a pop. Gohere
for more information.
Stitching with Saskia @ Modified Arts
Since we assume you've already read this review, you probably already know that Saskia Jorda has a solo exhibition at Modified Arts. And while you can see her work during the First Friday Reception tonight, you can also spend some quality time with the work and the artist on Saturday, December 4. Bring in some things to sew and sit with Saskia as she stitches her own project and chats about her work. The stitching starts at 3 p.m. Click here for details.
F.Q. Story Home Tour @ 9th Avenue and Culver Street
So now that you've had the chance to see how urban chickens live, you can see how urban humans live at this home tour. Stroll through the homes in the historic Phoenix neighborhood to appreciate architecture and unique home decor. Just don't ask to look inside anyone's closet. The tour runs Saturday and Sunday, December 4 to 5. Check this for details.
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