Join Us for the 2018 2nd Annual Arizona Night Market
Friday, November 2, 2018 5pm – 11pm and Saturday, November 3, 2018 4pm – 11pm
AZ Night Market – An International Affair will be an event that offers the community an opportunity to connect and experience different cultures through unique food, drinks, merchandise, cultural education, music entertainment, and interactive fun without having to travel all around the world. This is an experience that will bring culture and community together for all ages.
Provides the community an opportunity to experience difference cultures through merchandise, cultural and music performance and interactive fun without having to travel. This is an experience that brings community together for all ages.
Things to Do!
20+ Food and Merchandise Vendors
Live Music and DJ
11/02/2018 – 5:00pm – 11;00pm
11/03/2018 – 4:00pm – 11:00pm
$5 Entrance fee
Military, Veterans, Kids 6 & under Free
AZ Night Market is proud to be working with Keeping Teachers Teaching.
Keeping Teachers Teaching, Inc. is a one-of-a-kind nonprofit organization devoted to the needs of teachers. Our inspiration comes from the overwhelming reality of current economic conditions and educational funding cuts that have left educators in dire need of community support. Teachers spend $500-$1000 per year out-of-pocket purchasing classroom supplies. Our purpose is to ensure a higher quality education for our children by giving them valued, respected and appreciated teachers, free of financial strife and adversity by assisting in supporting their efforts to acquire advanced certifications or licenses. Teachers should not have to sacrifice their own financial stability to ensure classrooms needs are being met.
Thank You for your Support.
A portion of the proceeds from 2017 Arizona Night Market benefited Ryan House. Ryan House is a non-profit that help children and their family go through limited or life ending journeys.
Proceeds presened by Gary Ong (left) and Cathy Hum (right), Board Members of Universal Cultural Organization, to Tracy Leonard-Warner (center), Executive Director of Ryan House.