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CANNONBALL PHOENIX SPREE
Calling all Cannonballers, Saturday is the 4th annual Cannonball Phoenix Spree. It's taking place at the Westgate entertainment district in Glendale. All cars of every make and model are welcome to participate. Cars start lining up at 7 a.m. Those wishing to enter their vehicle in the drive, can register at www.tourecco.com. The entry fee starts at $75.00. All cars will begin their drive at Jobing.com arena and end in Flagstaff. Spectators at Jobing.com arena can browse vehicles on display and enjoy live music and entertainment.
FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS WINE & BEER TASTING
Ahwatukee's annual Wine and Beer Tasting Festival is Saturday, June 1st. Visitors can enjoy an evening of wine and beer tasting (more than 50 different varieties), appetizers and live entertainment. It's taking place at The Foothills Golf Club, located at 2201 E. Clubhouse Drive in Ahwatukee. Ticket prices for the event start at $40. For complete details visit www.folaz.org.
COMEDIAN JAMES ADOMIAN
The Late Show's James Adomian is in Scottsdale this weekend. He'll be performing at Stand Up Comedy Club in Scottsdale, located at 6850 E. Fifth Avenue. For all show times and ticket prices, go to www.standupscottsdale.com.
PHOENIX STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL
The city of Phoenix is holding its Strawberry Festival on Saturday. It's taking place at Governor Small Memorial Park, off 8th Avenue, north of Northern Avenue in Phoenix. Folks can get their fill of strawberry shortcake and pies. There'll also be tons of other food and plants for sale. Other activities include games, a dunking booth and a petting zoo.
BALLET ARIZONA'S TOPIA
Ballet Arizona's popular Topia show is this weekend at the Desert Botanical Garden. Enjoy superb ballet performances outside, with the Papago Buttes as the stage background. The Desert Botanical Garden is located at 1201 N. Galvin Parkway in Phoenix. For show times and ticket prices, go to www.balletaz.org.
PHOENIX SYMPHONY SALUTE TO THE TROOPS
The Phoenix Symphony is honoring all military service men and women with special shows all weekend. Military color guards from different military branches will be part of the show. To find out more about ticket prices and performance times, www.phoenixsymphony.org.