A Musical and Magical Fall Festival Under the Stars in Cave Creek

High Priority Barbershop Quartet


Chef Bryan Dooley

Enjoy the start to the holidays with some good music, magic and fun.  Las Tiendas in Cave Creek is celebrating the season at its Fall Festival Saturday, Nov. 17, from 5–8pm.  Start by trying one of Bryan’s BBQ’s famous smoked turkey legs, just grab and go, along with so many other BBQ treats. Then stroll to Western Delights – art of local origins.  There guests will find unique artist crated pieces. It’s A Divine Bakery will serve up pastries, breads, pies and even gelato. And Etania Jewelry & Boutique will dazzle attendees with gems, jewels, clothing and gifts for any season. Each shop will also be giving away fabulous prizes; stop by and get a ticket.

High Priority Barbershop Quartet, the 2016 Senior International Quartet Champions, will provide music and Jimbo, known for his eye-popping magic and sleight of hand, will astound visitors, as well as surprising them with fun balloon sculptures.

Las Tiendas Center is located at 6130 East Cave Creek Road in Cave Creek. For additional information, visit www.lastiendascavecreek.com.

Book Signings At Western Delights

Picture of Lies by C.C. HarrisonCAVE CREEK – Western Delights, a unique gift shop located at 6140 Cave Creek Road, will truly delight you with its unusual one-of-kind items, most of which are made by Arizona artists ranging from jewelry and pottery, baskets and books, home and garden décor, to fine art and many other offerings too numerous to list. You will just have to stop by to see what Peg, knowledgeable owner and Arizona native has for you.

Book signings:

Friday, February 17, 6-9 pm – Author Patrick Grady, Cave Creek resident, with his book Out of the Ruins, Pioneer Life in Frontier Phoenix, Az, Arizona Territory 1867-1881. C. C. Harrison will also be in attendance.

Saturday, February 18, 1-4 pm – Meet nationally recognized suspense author and 2008 Golden Quill winner, C.C. Harrison and her latest book release, Picture of Lies.

There will be goodies by Fat Cakes, a local gourmet artist and baker, as well as taffy and prickly pear licorice on your way out. For information, call 480.488.6394.

%d bloggers like this: