Certified Local Fall Festival Showcases Arizona Businesses

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Sample foods from local restaurants, drink local beer and wine for five bucks a cup, browse booths from local retailers, and listen to live local music.

Notice anything here?

Yep, it's all about Arizona at this Saturday's Certified Local Fall Festival, the sixth annual shindig hosted by Local First Arizona.

Look for bites from favorite eateries such as Postino, Spinato's Pizza, La Grande Orange, Honey Bear's BBQ, The Parlor, St. Francis, Bruce Brown Catering, Urban Cookies, America's Taco Shop, Fairytale Brownies, Green, Fez, Bliss, and Schreiner's Sausage.

Also, put your name in a raffle and bid in a silent auction for goods and services from more local businesses.

Head over to Duck & Decanter, 1651 E. Camelback, between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Admission is free. And if you're one of the first 500 people to show up, you'll get a free gift bag.


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