November In The Hood

November In The Hood

Posted 10/30/2015

fall leaves

After the Halloween hustle and bustle, November is the perfect time to enjoy some fun with the whole family before the Thanksgiving food-coma kicks in. With plenty to do around our Maracay Homes neighborhoods in the East and West Valley, and Tucson, we’ve compiled a list of a few of our favorite fall festivals. Take a look:

Chandler
November 14 (Noon – 10 pm)
Rock the Block
The biggest & best party in Downtown Chandler! Experience the largest “rockin'” party featuring live music from national and local bands, local arts and crafts, great food, beer garden, kids zone and much more.

Litchfield Park
November 7-8 (9 am – 5 pm)
45th Annual Litchfield Park Festival of Arts
One of the oldest and most popular festivals in the Southwest, the 45th Annual Litchfield Park Festival of Arts is on its way! For two days, take in the vibrant street scene of Downtown Chandler filled with colorful art, lively music and irresistible aromas. Festivalgoers are also invited to indulge in sweets, wines and other festival eats.

Glendale
November 1 – 8 (M-T: 11 am – 8 pm, F: 11 am -11 pm, Sa: 9 am – 11 pm, Su: 9 am – 8 pm)
Tolmachoff Farms Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch
Bring the family to Tolmachoff Farms and make this fall season unforgettable. Take in the 6-acre family corn maze, mini corn maze for the little ones, petting zoo, train ride, hay pyramid, farm-themed activities, play area and much more. On Friday and Saturday nights, embrace your inner thrill-seeker at the Haunted Corn Maze.

Queen Creek
November 7 (1 -10 pm)
Bacon, Blues & Brews
What’s better than bacon, blues and brews? Exactly, nothing!  Book the babysitter, moms and dads, it’s time you enjoy a night out! A special event intended for those who love bacon, beer and live music, Queen Creek’s Bacon, Blue & Brews Festival will feature craft beer, blues music and bacon-based dishes from chefs around the Valley.

Tucson
November 7 (9 am – 3 pm)
Harvest Heritage Festival at Steam Pump Ranch
Grab the family and your favorite dancing shoes, the Harvest Heritage Festival at Steam Pump Ranch will surely get your toes tapping. This free, family-friendly event includes live music, culinary and cultural demonstrations, a petting zoo, kids’ crafts, antique car display and more.