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National Pretzel Day, Henna Happy Hour, and More This Week in Metro Phoenix

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National Pretzel Day at Culinary Dropout 
Tuesday, April 26

National Pretzel Day is this Tuesday, and Culinary Dropout is celebrating by donating 100 percent of the proceeds from its house-made soft pretzels and provolone fondue to the Angelman Syndrome Foundation. The fundraiser will be held at all three metro Phoenix locations, and is in honor of Brooklyn Flores, the 5-year-old daughter of one of Culinary Dropout's chefs. The Angelman Syndrome Foundation funds research for Angelman Syndrome, a genetic disorder that causes developmental disabilities and nerve-related symptoms. For more information, visit the Culinary Dropout website

Henna Happy Hour at Inde Fusion
Thursday, April 28

In news that our body art-loving friends will appreciate, this Thursday Inde Fusion is hosting a henna happy hour. For $15, you can get your choice of either a signature fusion cocktail or a six-ounce glass of wine, one appetizer, and a henna design from local henna artist Purvi at the Scottsdale restaurant. Guests also can enjoy live music. Happy hour runs from 5 to 7 p.m. For more information, visit Inde Fusion's website

Garden Session at Nobuo at the Teeter House
Thursday, April 28

The Garden Session series at Nobuo at the Teeter House continues with live music and discounted bites and drinks at the downtown restaurant's patio this Thursday. Listen to live music from chamber folk ensemble North Brother Island and individual plates and drinks that all cost $10 or less. The event begins at 6:30 p.m. For more information, visit the event Facebook page or the Nobuo at the Teeter House website

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