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A sampling of the Super Bowl-related events to be staged in Arizona.

NFL Air It Out Flag Football, Jan. 18-21 in Tempe. Admission: entry fee to play but free for spectators. People ages 8-80 invited to form five-person teams to compete in divisions organized by skill, age and gender.

Participants get free admission to NFL Experience; winners get NFL merchandise.

Arizona Super Bowl XXX Itty Bitty Bowl, Jan. 20 in Phoenix. Admission: free. Football fun for ages 3 to 5. T-shirts and refreshments provided.

Arizona Super Bowl XXX Fourth Annual West Valley Native American Arts Festival, Jan. 20-21 in Litchfield Park. Admission: $5 for adults, $2 for kids. Arts and crafts, cultural dances, sand painters, music, food and more.

NFL Youth Clinic, Jan. 20-21 in Tempe. Admission: free. The eighth annual event is attended by 3,000 local youth, picked from schools and random drawing. NFL players give instruction and lead kids through drills stressing fundamentals.

Sega Sports NFL Players Party: World's Largest Super Bowl Party, Jan. 25-28 in Phoenix. Admission: $10, $12 and $15. One of the biggest, most lavish annual Super Bowl events, organized by Players Inc., marketing arm of the NFL Players Association. ESPN and NBC's "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" will broadcast from the event. Musical acts, autograph sessions, interactive games and more.

Arizona Super Bowl XXX Fiesta, Jan. 26 and 27 in Phoenix. Admission: free. National Hispanic musical artists, autograph sessions with NFL players and interactive games.

Arizona Super Bowl XXX Fellowship of Christian Athletes Breakfast, Jan. 27 in Phoenix. Admission: to be determined. Hosted by former NFL great Mike Singletary, this event is expected to draw 10,000 people.

Parada del Sol Arizona Super Bowl XXX Parade, Jan. 27 in Scottsdale. Admission: free. More than 125,000 spectators are expected for the world's largest horse-drawn parade.

Taste of the NFL, Jan. 27 in Phoenix. A famed chef from each NFL market will prepare an appropriate dish for all to chow down. Charities: United Food Bank of Arizona, St. Mary's Food Bank and Waste Not, Want Not.

Mayo Super Bowl of Fitness, Jan. 28 in Phoenix. Admission: $13. A fiesta of exercise and healthy food. Proposed events include a one-mile fun run, an eight-kilometer run, a five-kilometer stride and aerobics.

Arizona Super Bowl XXX "Thank You" Arizona, Feb. 2 in Phoenix. Admission: TBD. A western barbecue, sponsored by radio station KMLE Country 108, to thank Super Bowl XXX volunteers and sponsors.

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