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Travel Classics West 2007
Pre- & Post Conference Tour Ideas
Special Events
Arizona is home to many incredible events and we have listed some of these below that coincide with the timing of Travel Classics West:

Oct. 13-Jan. 6
PHOENIX: 42nd Annual Cowboy Artists of America Sale & Exhibition
This unique major exhibition, an annual event at Phoenix Art Museum organized by its Men's Arts Council, unveils more than 100 new works, never before viewed by the public, by the members of Cowboy Artists of America. 602-257-1880, http://www.phxart.org

Oct. 31
GLOBE: 8th Annual Ghosts of Globe Tour
A half-hour walking tour of 12 historic buildings believed to be haunted by ghosts, 928-425-9340, http://www.globemiamichamber.com

Nov. 1-4
SCOTTSDALE: Scottsdale Fashion Week
This outdoor interpretation of international fashion week combines the world's fascination with fashion and Scottsdale's distinct focus on health and wellness. Back for a second year, this four-day event will take place along downtown Scottsdale's new urban Waterfront. The events kick off with a Milan-inspired Wearable ArtWalk beneath the Arizona sky. MAKE ROOM NEW YORK AND MILAN--SCOTTSDALE FASHION WEEK GAINS MOMENTUM. http://www.scottsdalefashionweek.com

Nov. 2-4
CAREFREE: 14th Annual Carefree Fine Art & Wine Festival
Featuring more than 165 artists, paintings in all mediums, bronzes, photography, pottery, glass wood, mixed media, live musical entertainment, wine & micro-brew tasting, gourmet food and chocolates. Hours: 10am-5pm, Admission: Free on Friday, $2 on Sat & Sun. 480-837-5637, http://www.thunderbirdartists.com

Nov. 2-4
TOMBSTONE: 6th Annual Western Music Festival
Live western music, performed on the Allen Street Stage and at the historic Schieffelin Hall. 520-457-2295, http://www.tombstonewesternmusicfestival.com

Nov. 2-4
TUCSON: Puro Mexicano Tucson Film Festival
Non-competitive festival presenting the best in contemporary and classic films made by Mexican and Mexican-American filmmakers, includes a spotlight on Native Americans in cinema. To benefits the Fox Tucson Theatre, a 1929 Southwestern Art Deco movie palace. http://www.foxtucsontheatre.org

Nov. 2-4
PHOENIX: Native American Recognition Days at the Garden
Celebrate Native American culture through traditional song and dance, local artists demonstrating and selling their art, activities for the family, authentic fry bread and other treats. 480-941-1225, http://www.dbg.org

Nov. 2-4
LAKE POWELL: 5th Annual Page Lake Powell Hot Air Balloon Regatta
Watch balloons lift off and float over the Lake Powell area, includes entertainment, street fair and balloon glow. 928-645-2741 http://www.pagelakepowellchamber.org
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