It’s the first weekend of March, meaning that spring is nigh. So get ready to soak up the rays and head on out for a wonderful weekend, even if the weather reports let on about rain. Don’t forget to share photos of you enjoying these events with the hashtag #sl5 and follow us @scottsdaleliving on Instagram!
Mardi Parties @ Downtown Phoenix on Saturday
“Rain, rain, go away,” may be what we’re all thinking now that Phoenix’s Mardi Gras parade has been canceled Saturday, but there is still fun to be had. Head downtown and check out one of the many bars and restaurants such as Seamus McCaffrey’s, Tom’s Tavern and Copper Blues as they offer cheap drinks and a good time for the Mardi Gras celebration.
86th Annual Academy Awards Viewing Party @ The Turf on Sunday
When you’re looking to gush at celebrities as they take home the coveted golden statue, make sure you do it in public. The Turf is offering penny champagne when they dress the part and walk the red carpet this Sunday. Along with that enter in with a chance to win a gift certificate to Turf all through the night as the awards are being handed out.
Spring Training Arizona Diamondbacks vs. San Francisco Giants @ Scottsdale Stadium on Sunday
Enjoy a great game of America’s pastime, and come see a great game played between everyone’s two favorite teams. The Diamondbacks square off against the Giants this Sunday. First pitch is at 1:05 p.m. so get ready to see a good old ballgame in Scottsdale.
The Great Arizona Beer Festival @ Tempe Beach Park
This Saturday get your drink on with fine beers, good company and great entertainment at The 26th Annual Great Arizona Beer Festival. Local acts such as Tommy Anderson and The Crown Kings will be playing some good old rock and roll as you sip on the suds, the good stuff. So head down to Tempe Beach Park at 2 p.m. and stick around until last pour at 5:45 p.m.
Fiesta Cluster All Breed Dog Show and Agility Trials @ WestWorld of Scottsdale on Saturday
With any breed allowed to participate, this dog show offers an interesting site for the audience, and it’s free too. There will be plenty of vendors there too, catering to dog’s and dog lovers alike. So swing down and see the prized pooches compete this Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.