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15th Annual Litchfield Art and Culinary Festival

March 9th-10th, 2013 ~ Downtown Litchfield Park, AZ

~ Arizona's Premier Art & Culinary Festival ~

Experience the legendary lure of the Southwest through a celebration of the visual, culinary and performing arts. Whether you love fine dining, superior wines, extraordinary art, or you just love the relaxed ambiance of outdoor festivals, this is your destination.

Located in the heart of this luxurious resort community, the award winning Litchfield Park Art & Culinary Festival combines irresistible culinary samplings with more than 250 extraordinary artists exhibiting original fine art and exquisite handcrafted creations.

Scenic views invite festival-goers to relax and take in the beauty, while strolling along tree-lined walk-ways and lush gardens sprinkled with charming sidewalk cafes. Meandering rows of glistening white canopies bursting with vibrant colors and tantalizing aromas creating a unique artisan's village, allowing visitors a rare and special opportunity to meet and visit with some of the many talented artisans behind the creations.

Well known for quality, ambiance and close proximity to the Phoenix Metro area, the Litchfield Park Art & Culinary Festival continues to live up to it's outstanding reputation among festival enthusiasts. When making plans to visit the Litchfield Park Art & Culinary Festival, you may want to consider a stay at the legendary Wigwam Golf Resort and Spa. This historic landmark offers an opulent get-away and a place to experience authentic southwestern warmth and charm.

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The Sahnas Brothers

Sahnas BrothersBeautifully blending the sounds and rhythms of their native Greek culture with the warm, inviting romance of the classical Spanish guitar, brothers Thano and Demitri Sahnas have created a magical and intimate Mediterranean style that perfectly complements the powerful jazz-fusion of their popular Phoenix based band Turning Point. Sahnas"as the brothers are collectively known"has enthralled thousands of people at clubs and arts and crafts festivals throughout the Southwest with their unique hybrid sound." Read on at