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  • Southern

    1. American Indian Exposition : Tucson

      January 25 to February 15

      520-622-4900 www.usaindianinfo.com

      Learn about Native American culture and purchase items at this event at the Flamingo Quality Hotel. Free admission; scholarship donations accepted.

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    2. Carnival of Illusion : Tucson

      January 2 to January 31

      520-615-5299 www.carnivalofillusion.com

      Celebrate a magical night out at Doubletree Hotel. This top-rated attraction blends its "Around the World in 80 Minutes" international travel theme with all the charms of a Vaudeville-inspired roadshow.

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    3. American Indian Exposition : Tucson

      January 25 to January 31

      520-622-4900 www.usaindianinfo.com

      The Flamingo Hotel Ballroom presents demonstrations and dances and food held at poolside, music concert/jam session on Sunday, authentic crafts and art from 80 tribal nations. Free.

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    4. Pueblo Gem & Mineral Show : Tucson

      January 30 to February 11

      310-586-6815 www.pueblogemshow.com

      Riverpark Inn presents gems, jewelry, beads, minerals for rockhounds as well as jewelry enthusiasts.

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    5. 6th Annual Tucson Sculpture Festival : Tucson

      January 31 to February 14

      520-304-8869 www.tucsonsculpturefestival2015.blogspot.com

      New work by local sculptors, along with pieces by artists from Texas, New York, Germany and China. Opening night at The Art Gallery, 1122 N. Stone Avenue, will be followed by two weeks of open doors at the gallery to see the exhibits.

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    6. "Fronteras Ilusorias" Pictorial Exhibition : Nogales

      January 15 to February 15

      520-287-5515 consulmex.sre.gob.mx/nogales

      The Consulate General of Mexico in Nogales, Arizona, Hilltop Gallery and the Cultural Arts Committee present this exhibition by Marisol Plara. The abstract exhibition is being displayed around the world by the Mexican Consular Network.

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  • Central

    1. Sedona Marathon : Sedona

      January 31 to January 31

      www.sedonamarathon.com

      This marathon will feature four distances sure to take your breath away: 5K, 10K, half-marathon and full marathon. This scenic race attracts athletes from around the globe to enjoy Sedona's red rocks up close and personal.

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    2. 79th Annual Waste Management Phoenix Open : Scottsdale

      January 26 to February 1

      602-870-0163 www.wmphoenixopen.com/

      Tournament Players Club of Scottsdale hosts one of the PGA Tour's top events, with the largest crowds on the tour, attracting the finest golfers in the world.

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    3. Super Bowl Arizona Indian Festival : Scottsdale

      January 29 to January 31

      www.ArizonaIndianTourism.org

      Arizona tribes celebrate and share their culture at this showcase of traditional dwellings, arts and crafts, songs and dances during this Super Bowl Week festival at Scottsdale Civic Center Park.

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    4. 24th Annual Arizona Musicfest : Cave Creek

      January 29 to March 5

      480-488-0806 www.azmusicfest.org

      The 24th Annual Arizona Musicfest offers the very best classical, jazz, pop and crossover concerts featuring great artists of today with legends of the past.

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    5. The King and I : Peoria

      January 9 to January 31

      623-776-8400 www.azbroadway.org/

      Arizona Broadway Theatre offers this uplifting journey — a truly memorable love story about Anna, an English widow sent to Bangkok, and the King, whose life’s history has led him to aspirations of regaining the love of his people.

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    6. 21st Annual Chocolate Affaire : Glendale

      January 30 to January 31

      623-930-2299 www.visitglendale.com

      Murphy Park presents a festival of chocolate and romance, gourmet cuisine and beverages, horse-drawn-carriage rides, national entertainment and tours of Cerreta's Candy Company.

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    7. Gilbert Art Walk : Gilbert

      January 3 to January 31

      480-329-9619 www.gilbertartwalk.com

      View unique items from woodworking to soaps at Water Tower Park on January 3, 17, and 31. Also enjoy live entertainment and a family arts-and-crafts area.

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  • Eastern

    1. 57th Annual Hashknife Pony Express : Holbrook

      January 28 to January 30

      928-524-4155 www.hashknifeponyexpress.com

      Forty riders depart Holbrook at 8 a.m. on the 28th and arrive at the post office in Scottsdale at noon on the 30th.

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  • Western

    1. 9th Annual Village Jazz Series : Yuma

      January 15 to January 31

      www.yumajazz.com/village/

      Yuma Palms Regional Center showcases student ensembles and outstanding local jazz artists on Thursdays from 6 to 8 p.m.

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    2. Mountain Shadows Artists Association Annual Art Show : Yuma

      January 29 to January 30

      Mountain Shadows Artists Association's annual art show presents unique works of local artists.

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    3. Village Jazz Series : Yuma

      January 15 to April 30

      www.yumajazz.com

      This series of live jazz concerts runs every Thursday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Village Area of Yuma Palms Regional Center, 1350 S. Yuma Palms Parkway. A host band and weekly guest acts will appear. Free.

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  • Northern

    1. Anton Baranov : Flagstaff

      January 31 to January 31

      www.canyonguitar.org

      Anton Baranov, the first-place winner of several prestigious international competitions, visits Shepherd of the Hills as part of the illustrious GFA Winner’s Tour.

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    2. Flagstaff Latin Dance Collective Sunday Social : Flagstaff

      January 4 to December 27

      928-814-2650 www.latindancecollective.com

      Every Sunday at Tranzend Studio (417 W. Santa Fe Avenue) features a dance lesson from 7 to 8 p.m., followed by open dancing until 10 p.m. Several varieties of dance are offered. All levels welcome, even those who have never danced before.

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