Updated Feb 21, 2014 - 10:12 am
Weekend events for Feb. 21-Feb. 23
PHOENIX -- Looking for something to do this weekend in the Valley? The list below offers a few options.
The smash-hit comedian will have audiences laughing with his impressions all weekend at the Tempe Improv. Sunday's ticket sales go to charity.
If the outdoors is your second home, head over to the International Sportsmen's Exposition all weekend long at University of Phoenix Stadium. Entry is $12 for those 16 and up. Active military get in free.
The Phoenix Zoo hosts this evening bash. It promises a night of family fun, music and food. Ticket prices vary.
Celebrate the 50th Annual Lost Dutchman Days around Apache Junction all weekend long.
Mark the beginning of baseball season in the Valley with this free Saturday festival at the Scottsdale Civic Center Mall.
Enjoy the nice weather at the Fountain Hills Great Fair all weekend long. Admission is free.
Like working out and getting dirty? The mud run is for you. Entry is $65 for adults and $20 for ages 12 and under.
If nightclubs are your thing, head to the grand opening of Cake in Scottsdale on Saturday. Arrive early! The venue only holds 150 people at a time.
What's better than an outdoor wine festival? Not much. Head to the Desert Botanical Garden this weekend for all your adult fun. Entry is $45 for non-members.
Like to tinker with things? Grab your great ideas and head to the Arizona Science Center on Saturday for Engineering Day.
Celebrate the culture, food and crafts of Japan at Matsuri, a Japanese festival at Heritage and Science Park. Entry is free.
More than 40 artists will be at this festival at the White Tank Park Nature Center on Saturday. Admission is free.