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My, oh Myles! Morton of course! Morton Myles! @ Vintage Fashion
The 1980s cocktail dress exhibition and sale also features a meet-and-greet with Morton Myles -- the Scottsdale-based American fashion designer who sculpted a dress worn by Jackie Kennedy on the cover of Look in 1961 -- from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday. All the details can be found here.

"Cutting Edge: The 2010 Annual Exhibition of Jewelry and Metals" @ Phoenix Center for the Arts
The opening reception for the month-long show features original jewelry and metal works by Lynette Andreasen, Breanna Dooley, Becky Chandler McDonah, and E. Bogner. Hours are 6 to 8 p.m. Friday. More info available here.

Coffee, Cookies & Crafts 2 Indie Craft Fair and Craft Supply Swap @ Bragg's Pie Factory
Valley-area artists organized this make-and-take, bottle-cap-themed craft fair that will also feature free coffee and pastries from local eateries. Hours are noon to 5 p.m. Saturday. Hit up this link for the details.

Hanny's Two Year Anniversary Party @ Hanny's
The department-store-turned-bar celebrates two years of the latter with $5 classic martinis and party jams by DJs Josh One and Akshen. For more information on the Saturday-night shindig, check this out.

SerbFest @ St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church and Cultural Center
Chevaps (Serbian sausage) and palachinke (Serbian crepes)? Yum, yeah. The two-day bash goes off on Saturday and Sunday, and will also showcase traditional folk dance/music and shopping opps. See this link.

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