Historic Downtown Glendale’s Paris in the Spring - New date: March 8, 2014

With many exciting components to the event including music, an art show and a Paris themed outdoor dining café, you won't need to set foot on an airplane to experience Parisian style! Visit Glendale’s Paris in the Spring event from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for a worldly experience at an affordable price: free! Start at the Glendale Visitor Center to pick up an event map and Savings Pack.

Along with Paris in the Spring in Historic Downtown Glendale, enjoy additional events during this weekend. Events include Open Air Market, and plein air exhibition. All events will provide an experience for residents and visitors and a relaxing Saturday escape from the ordinary.

Back-to-back events in Historic Downtown Glendale signal the start of spring with  popular downtown events known as Paris in the Spring, March 8 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Open Air Market, which is 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
This is an opportunity to experience the fine food, culture and shopping of Paris without making a trip half-way around the world. Bring along your beret and enjoy entertainment, an art show, French Market, shopping and dining all with a Parisian theme. Start at the Glendale Visitor Center to pick up a walking event map and Savings Pack.

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Open Air Market
March 8

5734 W. Glendale Avenue, Historic Downtown Glendale
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Enjoy a beautiful spring day at an outdoor market in the heart of Glendale’s historic shopping district. The market is located adjacent to A Mad Hatter’s Antiques & Collectibles. The outdoor market features antiques, collectibles, art, treasures, crafts and food. For vendor opportunities, call Ray Ralls at 623-931-1991.