7 Things To Do This November In Phoenix

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We’re all warming our engines for the Christmas season! The November calendar is full of events.

This is out list of things to do this November in Phoenix

1. Don’t miss the Enchanted Island Harvest Festival

The Anual Harvest Festival at the Enchanted Island Amusement Park is scheduled for November 20 and 21. Get ready for a weekend full of fun. The festival features pony rides, cake walks, a petting zoo, carnival games, pumpkin golf, pumpkin bowling, and obstacle courses. Fun for the whole family!
When: 📅 November 20, 21


2. Fall in love with golf at the Charles Schwab Cup Championship

The Charles Schab golf tournament has been held since 2001 to determine de PGA Tour Champions’ top player. There will be drinks and food, so don’t miss it if you’re a golf fan!
When: 📅November 11-14


3. Go on a Hot Air Balloon Ride

Fly 2000 to 5000 feet in the air and enjoy the Sonoran Desert from above. You’ll see downtown Phoenix, Camelback Mountain, and Lake Pleasant from afar. The best part is that this time of the year, there are morning and afternoon rides available.
When: 📅Check tour dates



4. Join and support the Phoenix Pride Festival

Join the parade next weekend! The big celebration includes craft cocktails, performances, vendors, local food trucks, and a lot of fun for the whole family! The festival raises funds for the Phoenix Pride Community Programs and educates the public about the existence and civil rights battle that the community faces.
When: 📅November 6,7

5. Have a drink at the valley’s highest rooftop bar

The highest rooftop bar in the valley opened recently at the Westin Hotel in Tempe. They have bites, drinks, a pool, and enormous screens to watch your favorite sports events.
When:  📅 Everyday


6. Visit the Phoenix Art Museum on a Wednesday

The Phoenix Art Museum offers special rates every Wednesday. Donate the amount of money you want in exchange for general admission.
When: 📅 Every Wednesday


7. Have dinner at a Korean BBQ

The Squid Games frenzy is not over yet. Dive into Korean culture by eating at a barbecue. Diners can cook up their meat and eat it with ban-chan!
A list of the best restaurants is here.

Featured image by BeeZeePhoto from Shutterstock.

Tags: autumn, lgtbi+, pride
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