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Eat, Drink, & Be Giving. "Making a difference never tasted so good!" Support local non-profits AZYP, GAP and ICS on a night filled with food samplings from local restaurants, breweries and wineries, live music and a silent auction at the Plaza Colonial. At the end of the night, the three nonprofit CEOs will compete in a friendly "Grape Stomp for a Cause" to help raise money and cycle out poverty from our communities. 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Friday Oct. 5. 2870 E. Skyline Drive. $40

Desert Foods Fiesta! Want to learn about the fundamentals of mesquite? Join the Cooper Center for Environmental Learning for a breakfast including mesquite breakfast pancakes, mesquite-pod milling, demonstrations, solar cooking, smoothies, treats and a talk from internationally acclaimed baker and Barrio Bread owner Don Guerra. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 6. 5403 W. Trails End Road.

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Tucson's Wurst Octoberfest. Tucson Originals Restaurants is partnering up with Local First Arizona to bring to you an event filled with family-friendly celebration of local food and beer. Bier Stein Races and the Chicken Dance are activities included in the Oktoberfest games and activities available. Enjoy classic German food with a Tucson twist, with food like bratwursts, pretzels and more, at Armory Park. Noon to 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 6. 222 S. Fifth Ave.

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Bakasana And Beer. Morning yoga session and then beer? That's what Dragoon Brewing Co. is offering, and why not? On select Saturdays, join them in the Dragoon Taproom for an hour and experience all levels of vinyasa yoga. After the session, treat yourself to beer. Guests are asked to bring their own mats and even a growler if they want to fill it up. 10:30 to 11:45 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 6. 1859 W. Grant Road. $6

Sixth Annual Oktoberfest at Trail Dust Town. "One of the biggest and best events of the year at Trail Dust Town, Oktoberfest is one you won't want to miss." Enjoy beer from local brewing big names such as 1912 Brewing Company, Catalina Brewing Co. and more. Dance to live polka music performed by The Bouncing Czechs and pick from a variety of German-inspired food options while enjoying Trail Dust Town attractions. 3 to 10 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 6. 6541 E. Tanque Verde Road.

Ume Family Style Dinner. In the mood for Asian cuisine? Every second Tuesday of the month, Casino Del Sol hosts an Asian-style feast for families to enjoy with dishes from Chef of Cuisine David Solorzano. With communal seating, dishes are passed around and include foods like smoked meats, noodles, dim sum, stir fry, desserts and more. 5:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 9. 5655 W. Valencia Road. $45

Tucson Celebrity Topgolf. Join Topgolf and enjoy a red-carpet event with a list of celebrities. All admissions will include an exotic car and red-carpet entrance, a premier dinner and at least one drink ticket. You will able to compete against (or support) a celebrity for prizes and trophies in the "TopContender" Tournament. Celebrities include: Rick Barry, Barbie Blank, Grant Fuhr, Jacob Young and many more. 5:30 to 9 p.m. Thursday Oct. 11. 4050 W. Costco Place. Spectator Admission: $75, Regular Admission: $100, V.I.P. Admission: $150.

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Uncle Bear's Beer Dinner. Brother John's is teaming up with Uncle Bear's brewery for a Beer dinner. Uncle's Bear's will provide the beer and creations from Brother John's scratch kitchen will be for dinner. 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 11. 1801 N. Stone Ave.

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