things to do in feb in phoenix arizona part two

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In 2012: February 18


Surprise Fan Fest 
Join the City of Surprise in welcoming back the Texas Rangers and Kansas City Royals to Spring Training. Arizona Major League Alumni Game. Card show. Home Run Derby. Free admission. Surprise Stadium
In 2011: February 20


Winter Range 
Hundreds of cowboys, cowgirls and buckaroos compete in old west style shooting events. Displays, vendors, exhibitions. Cowboy Action Shooting Experience. At the Ben Avery Shooting Facility north of Phoenix. Free admission, charge for parking. 
In 2012: February 20-26


International Sportsmen’s Exposition 
A three-day exposition offering huge displays of the latest, cutting-edge gear for the hunter, angler and family camper. University of Phoenix Stadium. 
In 2012: February 23 – 26


Lost Dutchman Days 
Enjoy rodeos, carnival, dance, entertainment, parade, arts, crafts, gold panning and an RV show in Apache Junction. 
In 2012: February 24, 25, 26


Westgate Hot Rods and Classics Cruz-In 
Owners and enthusiasts cruise the Cruz-In. Hundreds, sometimes even thousands of classic Hot Rods and Classics park near AMC and Fountain Park. Family friendly. Free admission. Westgate City Center,Glendale. 
In 2012: February 25


Chandler Classic Car and Hot Rod Show 
Free for spectators. Downtown Chandler. 
In 2012: February 25


Black History Celebration and Festival 
Live music, vendors, kids zone. Osuna Park, Peoria 
In 2012: February 25

Crossroads of the West Gun Show
At the Arizona State Fairgrounds. The shows offer hundreds of tables of interest to both the once a year hunter and the avid collector.
In 2012: February 25, 26

Raising Arizona Kids Camp Fair 
Day and overnight camps from Arizona, the Southwest and across the country will be present. Families can to meet with camp staff and directors and pick up registration information. Radio Disney activities. Free. Phoenix (Saturday) and Chandler (Sunday). 
In 2012: February 25, 26


Thursdays on Mill 
Local musicians performing on the streets for Music on Mill. Market on Mill involves an eclectic mix of area businesses, growers, artisans, restaurants and chefs and local musicians. MADCAP Theaters hosts musical entertainment and filmsMill Avenue District, Tempe from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. 
In 2010: Every Thursday evening (excluding holidays)

Valentine's Day Guide 
Dinners, dances, parties, resort specials, chocolate and many other ways to celebrate with your sweetheart. 
In 2011: Various dates in February

Motorcycles on Main 
The streets of downtown Mesa are closed to all but bikers and people who love motorcycles. Music, food, beer garden. Free admission. 
In 2012: First Friday of the month

Movies at the Museum 
Phoenix Art Museum. Independent and classic cinema and documentaries relating to art, artists, and works on view in the Museum, usually followed by discussion. Free with paid museum admission. First come, first seated. 
In 2012: Various dates in February


SouthBridge Sundays 
Crafters, jewelers, and artists display their work at a casual artisan market. SouthBridge, Downtown Scottsdale. Free admission. 
In 2012: Every Sunday in February


Phoenix Coyotes Hockey 
Our professional NHL hockey team hopes to howl its way to the Stanley Arena. 
In 2012: Various dates in February


Phoenix Suns Basketball 
Our professional basketball team plays hoops at the US Airways Center. 
In 2012: Various dates in February


Downtown Chandler Art Walk
Visit more than 50 artisans set up along the streets in front of the unique shops and cafes of Historic Downtown Chandler. Free.
In 2012: Third Friday of the month


Exotic Art Show
The Exotic Art Show features outlandish and erotic art, music, and poetry by over 60 artists at the Alwun House in downtown Phoenix.
In 2012: February/March


Fiesta Mall Entertainment 
Mariachis, magicians, dancers, bands -- several entertainers each Saturday and Sunday afternoon at Center Court at Fiesta Mall in Mesa. Family friendly. Free. 
In 2012: Every Saturday and Sunday

First Saturday Public Art Walk 
Docent led tours of the Fountain Hills public art collection including more than 70 artworks in parks, plazas and public buildings. Tours are in the morning, take approximately one hour and begin in the Community Center Sculpture Garden. There is a charge for the tour. Reservations required. 480-816-5100. 
In 2012: First Saturday of the month


Friday Night Franks 
A unique outdoor cookout experience in the Sonoran desert. Live entertainment, Native American storytelling, horseshoes, wagon rides, and an old fashioned wiener roast featuring a full BBQ menu. Free admission, charge for food and beverages. 
In 2012: every Friday night in February


Cabela's Kids Kamp 
Free programs on topics related to hunting, fishing and other outdoor activities for ages 9-13 at Cabela's in Glendale. 
In 2012: Every Monday evening (except when store is closed for a holiday)

ArtBridge Thursdays 
Artists, crafters and jewelers exhibit and sell items in a family-friendly, festive environment.SouthBridge, Downtown Scottsdale. Free admission. 
In 2012: Every Thursday in February



2nd Friday in Mesa 
Live music, entertainment, art walk, prizes. Each month has a theme. Family friendly. Free admission.On Main Steet between Center and Country Club in Downtown Mesa. 
In 2012: 2nd Friday of the month


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David Popoff
DMK Real Estate - Darien, CT
Realtor®,SRS, Green ~ Fairfield County, Ct

That is certainly a long list of fun activities, when do you have time for work, lol, enjoy.

Feb 07, 2012 12:45 PM #1
Raoul Loustaunau

thanks yoiu for your comment David have a wounderful succesful day

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