5 Best Things to Eat and Drink This Weekend in Metro Phoenix
Tempe Community Market
Central Farmers Market Facebook Tempe's new farmers market starts this Sunday.
Sunday, March 2
Tempe's new year-round farmers market launches this Sunday at 620 North Mill Avenue, at the north end of the Mill Avenue Bridge, south of the Marquee Theatre parking lot and adjacent to the city of Tempe boat-storage area. The Tempe Community Market, which will run from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. will feature produce, honey, baked good, pickles, preserves, and crafts. For more information visit the Tempe Community Market Facebook.
Indian Market and Fair
Lauren Saria Prickly Pear fruit
Saturday, March 1 and Sunday, March 2
This weekend the Heard Museum will host the state's largest Indian market, the 56th annual Heard Museum Indian Fair and Market. In addition to mural painting, music, and dance performances, the event will feature cooking demonstrations that highlighting the culinary uses of native ingredients. Demos will happen throughout both days of the event, including chef Amanda Crick of Tonto Bar and Grill in Cave Creek who will demonstrate how to make milk chocolate ancho chile truffles with prickly pear centers. Tickets to the festival cost $20 a day. For more information visit the Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair and Market website.
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