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Eat Out This Weekend; Help Autism Research

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Here's yet another way to keep on giving this holiday season. This Saturday, December 12, select downtown Phoenix proprietors are donating 10 percent of their sales to the Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center (SARRC).

It's all in conjunction with the Second Saturday Sidewalk Sale, where merchants and art galleries on Grand Avenue and Roosevelt Row open their doors--sort of like a daytime First Friday art walk.

Nosh while serving the needy at Breadfruit, Tammie Coe Cakes and Conspire. Other participants include MADE Art Boutique, Shop Devious, Spoken Boutique, Butter Boutique, Gallery Marsiglia, Roose Salon & SpaPerihelion Arts and Daughters of the Frozen North.

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