Arizona July Events 2012

Date: 
Sunday, July 1, 2012 - 1:00am - Tuesday, July 31, 2012 - 11:59pm

TUCSON: 17th Annual Holualoa Firecracker Triathlon – 750 meter pool swim, 12 mile bike ride around the UA area, 3 mile run through UA campus, includes a Youth Triathlon with a 250 meter swim, a 4 mile bike and a 1 mile run, 5:45 am, http://www.tritucson.com

2-4 PHOENIX: Arizona Diamondbacks vs. San Diego Padres – Chase Field, baseball, 6:40 pm, 602-462-4600 or http://dbacks.com/

3 ANTHEM: Independence Day Celebration - Anthem Community Park, (41703 N. Gavilan Peak Parkway, 85086), musical entertainment, a kids’ zone with water slides and inflatables, pony rides, and face painting, fireworks display at 9:30 pm, event is 6-10 pm, http://www.OnlineAtAnthem.com

3 SCOTTSDALE: Independence Day Music Festival – Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, Alt River Fields at Talking Stick featuring the music of Miranda Lambert, Darius Rucker and the largest fireworks show in the valley, 480-270-5000 or http://www.saltriverfields.com/

3 WICKENBURG: 41st Annual Fourth of July Celebration – Sunset Park, vendors, entertainment, food, fireworks, 7-9 pm, 928-684-5479 or http://www.outwickenburgway.com

4 BENSON: 4th of July Celebration - City Park, 9 am parade, entertainment, 10:30 am fire department water fights, food, live music, fireworks at dusk and a family dance at the Lion’s Park, free, 520-586-4293 or
http://www.bensonvisitorcenter.com

4 CHANDLER: Chandler’s 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular - Tumbleweed Park, (2250 S. McQueen Rd.), 4 pm free rides for the children, live music, food, fireworks at 9:30 pm, free, $5 per vehicle for on-site parking, 480-236-9123 or http://www.chandleraz.gov

4 CLARKDALE: Firecracker Express - Verde Canyon Railroad, celebrate with a barbeque and patriotic music, 928-639-0010 or 800-293-7245 or http://www.verdecanyonrr.com

4 EAGAR-SPRINGERVILLE: 100th Annual July 4th Round Valley Rodeo & Parade - rodeo competition, bull riding & barrel racing competition, parade, fireworks, rodeo, BBQ, art walk, arts & crafts vendors, community garage show, quilt
exhibit, fireworks, $5, 10 am, 928-333-2123 or http://www.springerville-eagarchamber.com

4 FLAGSTAFF: 16th Annual 4th of July Parade - Historic Downtown, old-fashioned community parade, 100 entries include vintage vehicles, dancing, music, animals, floats, free, 9 am, 928-774-4505 or 800-842-7293 or http://www.flagstaffchamber.com

4 FLORENCE: Florence Freedom Fest - Heritage Park, (600 N. Main St.), family day events, horseshoe tournament, Florence “Fiery Salsa” challenge, red, white and blue family parade, pool activities, entertainment, vendors and fireworks show, 520-868-7589 or www.visitflorenceaz.com/ or www.florencemainstreet.com

4 KINGMAN: 4th of July Celebration - Mohave County Fairgrounds, (2600 Fairgrounds Blvd), a family festival and fireworks show, games, contests, food and vendors, 3-9 pm, 928-753-2636 or http://www.mcfafairgrounds.org

4 KINGMAN: Cars and Stars, Car Show & Block Party – car show, burnout contest, music and more, 4 pm, 928-727-7866 or http://www.route66wingsandwheels.com

4 PAGE: 3rd Annual 4th of July Tractor Pull – Big Lake Trading Post, 1-4 pm, 928-645-3962 or http://pagetractorpull.blogspot.com or http://pagetractorclub.com/

4 PAGE: Fourth of July - City Park, crafts, food, kids games and prizes, fire trucks spraying water, fireworks, free, 11 am – 8 pm, 928-645-2741 or http://www.pagechamber.com

4 PATAGONIA: Fourth of July Celebration - 11 am parade with hanging of Grand Marshall at noon at Town Gazebo, music, food and vendors in the park all day, 8 pm fireworks at Patagonia High School, 520-394-0060 or 888-794-0060 or http://www.patagoniaaz.com

4 PAYSON: Independence Day Celebration - Green Valley Park, (10000 W. Country Club Dr), 8 am patriotic ceremony, 1-4 pm, kid games, 3rd Annual Payson Arizona Foot Races, 7 pm, live music by Technicolors, 9 pm, fireworks, http://www.paysonrimcountry.com

4 PEORIA: 2012 ARR Summer Series Race #3 – Rio Vista Community Park, 5K run, 5K walk, 6:30 am, 602-954-
8341 or www.getsetaz.com or http://www.arizonaroadracers.com

4 PEORIA: All American Festival – Peoria Sports Complex, (16101 N. 83rd Ave., 85382), musical entertainment on multiple stages, an F-16 fly-over, food, kids zone and water zone, vendors, Centennial specific activities and displays, fireworks, $5, 12 & under free, 5-10 pm, 623-773-7198 or http://www.PeoriaSportsComplex.com

4 PRESCOTT: City of Prescott 4th of July Extravaganza - Pioneer Park, (1200 Commerce Dr. 86305), craft tents for kids, contests, carnival games and rides, water slide, bungee jumping, pony rides, vendors, live music, food, free, carnival wrist band $15, noon – 10 pm, 928-777-1349 or http://www.visit-prescott.com

4 SHOW LOW: Freedom Fest 2012 – features parade along the Deuce of Clubs, kid’s games and activities, concert and fireworks at Show Low High School, 928-532-4140 or http://www.showlowaz.gov/recreation

4 SIERRA VISTA: 45th Annual 4th of July Celebration - Veterans Memorial Park, (3105 E. Fry Blvd), on the 3rd at 5 pm a youth talent show followed by a street dance, on the 4th pets & people parade, entertainment, food, displays, bands play at 6 pm, largest fireworks display in Cochise County at dusk, free, 800-288-3861 or 520-266-2304 or www.visitsierravista.com

4 TEMPE: July 4th Tempe Town Lake Festival - Fireworks Spectacular, concert event stage, live music, inflatable kid's Ride village, vendors, water fun and games for the family, $8 or $15 for two, under 12 free, 4-11 pm, 480-350-5189 or http://www.tempe4th.com

4 TOMBSTONE: Family Style 4th of July – Medigovich Field, softball tournament, street entertainment, games, food, city fireworks at dusk, free, 8:30 am, 520-457-3994 or http://www.tombstonechamber.com

4 TUBAC: Fourth of July Celebration – Tubac Village and Tubac Golf Resort, old-fashioned family fun, free games and crafts for the kids from 10 am - noon, fireworks in the evening, 520-398-2704 or http://www.tubacaz.com

4 TUSAYAN: 33rd Annual 4th of July at the Grand Canyon – celebrate with a parade, food, games, live auction, live music, fun for all, $2, 12 & under free, 2-8 pm, 928-638-2901 or http://therealgrandcanyon.info

4 WILLIAMS: Hometown 4th of July – an “All American Holiday” with one of the biggest parades in Northern Arizona at 6 pm, Arizona Vintage Baseball League Exhibition games, local Rotary BBQ, Kiwanis Korn Roast, ice cream social at the Methodist Church, Cataract Creek Rambler steam engine all weekend, 928-635-1418 or 800-863-0546 or http://www.ExperienceWilliams.com

4 YUMA: 26th Annual Independence Day Flag Raising Ceremony - Caballero Park, includes a military color guard & firing party, patriotic music & speaker, 928-343-1715 or www.caballeros.org

5 CASA GRANDE: Fourth of July Celebration & Fireworks - Paul Mason Sportsplex, (2525 N. Pinal Rd. 85122), Red, White and Blue parade followed by the fireworks, 7:30 pm, 520-421-8677 or http://www.casagrandechamber.org

5 SCOTTSDALE: 23rd Annual Summer Spectacular ArtWalk - Scottsdale Arts District, chill with music, art and prize-filled ice sculptures, dozens of galleries host artist receptions, demonstrations, hosted by the Scottsdale Gallery Association in conjunction with City of Scottsdale, free, 7-9 pm, 480-990-3939 or http://www.scottsdalegalleries.com

5-8 PHOENIX: Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Los Angeles Dodgers – Chase Field, baseball, 6:40, 5:10 & 1:10 pm, 602-462-4600 or http://dbacks.com/

6 FLAGSTAFF: First Friday Art Walk presented by Flagstaff Cultural Partners – Historic Downtown Flagstaff, live music and refreshment, meet local artists, shop for original artwork, free, 6-9 pm, 928-773-2300 or www.FlagstaffArtWalk.com

6 JEROME: Jerome Art Walk – visit more than 30 of the unique art studios and galleries, meet the artists and see handcrafted art including jewelry, pottery, glass, leatherwork, clothing, paintings and sculpture and more made both locally and internationally, free, 5-8 pm, http://www.jeromeartwalk.com

6 PHOENIX: Artlink First Fridays - self-guided art tour of central Phoenix, galleries, art spaces, studios, first Friday of each month, free shuttle rides, free, 6-10 pm, 602-256-7539 or http://www.artlinkphoenix.com

6 PHOENIX: Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival - Ashley Furniture HomeStore Pavilion, featuring Slipknot, Slayer, Motörhead, others, $62-94, 1:30 pm, http://www.livenation.com

6 SHOW LOW: Show Low Main Street’s First Friday – Deuce of Clubs and Festival Marketplace, merchants stay open late with shopping specials, artists, craftspeople and food vendors, live entertainment, 5-8 pm, 928-532-4124

6-8 MESA: 12th Annual Arizona Coin, Currency & Stamp Expo – Holiday Inn, coins, currency & stamps, hobby supplies, free advice on collecting, unusual coins, gold & currency, door prizes, Fri. 11 am – 6 pm, Sat. 10 am – 6 pm, Sun
10 am – 4 pm, http://www.bickinternational.com

6-8 PINETOP-LAKESIDE: 5th Annual Medieval Mayhem in the White Mountains – Mountain Meadows Recreation Complex, celebrating the Medieval times/Dark Ages and the Renaissance all rolled into one, includes Vikings, Celtic warriors, pirates, nights in armor, an entire queen’s court, elves and faeries, different vendors, attractions, groups and guilds come to play, $10, http://www.azmayhem.com

7 ALPINE: 8th Annual Summer Melodrama – Alpine Community Center, Alpine Community Theater presents an original melodrama production, titled “Sleight of Hand” or “The Medicine Show Must Go On”, after the parade & activities, the show will end before the fireworks begin. $1-5, 7 pm, 928-339-4656 or http://www.alpinearizona.com

7 ALPINE: Independence Day Celebration – 10 am parade along Main Street, 11 am games, vendors, Military exhibition at the rodeo grounds, 8:30 pm fireworks, 928-339-4330 or http://www.alpinearizona.com

7 CLARKDALE: Starlight Ride/Grape Train Escape/Tequila Train- Verde Canyon Railroad, wine tasting trains, unique wines and food from around the world, 928-639-0010 or 800-293-7245 or http://www.verdecanyonrr.com

7 FLAGSTAFF: July Evening Concert – The Arboretum at Flagstaff, (4001 S. Woody Mountain Rd. 86001), in the gardens under the shade of the cool pines, bring a picnic dinner, beer and wine for sale, this month features, $13-16, 5:30-
7 pm, 928-774-1442 or http://www.thearb.org

7 FLAGSTAFF: Movies on the Square – Heritage Square, (6 E. Aspen Ave, 86001), enjoy Flagstaff summer weather and watch this week’s feature: Over the Hedge, pre-movie entertainment by Dave Stilley and Peter Wrona, free, Saturdays, 3-10 pm, http://flagdba.com/movies-on-the-square/

7 FLAGSTAFF: Heritage Program Film Series – Museum of Northern Arizona, this week: How to Make Fry Bread, historic and home film footage from 1973 from the American Indian Film Gallery, discusses the role of food and frybread in American Indian culture, a frybread vendor will be onsite, also a mockumentary film: More than Fry Bread, with professional Native actors as well as locals, $6-10, 928-774-5213 or http://www.musnaz.org

7 PRESCOTT: Byway of Arizona Music Series – Sharlot Hall Museum, featuring Hans Olson, a musician’s musician from Phoenix, $10-14, 7:30 pm, 928-445-3122 or http://www.sharlot.org

7 SEDONA: Arizona History & Hi-Jinx – Sedona Heritage Museum, an original one-act, one-man show featuring stories about the growing pains of the “Baby State”, i.e. suffrage & racism of 100 years ago, the statehood vote, the constitutional convention, politics of the day intertwined with the history of the greater Sedona area, stories of local pioneers, new poems and new stories will come and go throughout the year for variety, by Mike Peach, http://www.sedonamuseum.org/

7 SEDONA: Tlaquepaque’s Sizzlin’ Summer Bash – Tlaquepaque, pie eating contests, Dixieland, hot jazz and blues, potato sack races, face painting, and star-spangled crafts for kids, BBQ, a Red local fire engine truck courtesy of Sedona Fire Department, free, 11 am – 5 pm, 928-282-4838 or http://www.tlaq.com

7 TUCSON: Brass and Ivory – Ventana Canyon Resort, an evening with Jeff Lorber and Gabriel Mark Hasselbach, trumpet and piano, http://tucsonjazz.org/

7 VAIL: Ha:san Bak Saguaro Harvest Festival - Colossal Cave Mountain Park, (16721 E. Old Spanish Trail, 85641) participants harvest saguaro fruit, prepare & taste saguaro products & learn about the saguaro, its natural history, importance & uses to the Tohono O'odham, $65 for the workshop, plus admission, pre-register, for just the celebration with tastings and entertainment, $5/car up to six people, 520-647-7121 or http://www.colossalcave.com

7-8 HEBER-OVERGAARD: Independence Day Celebration – parade at 11 am on Saturday, Festival in the Park at Tall Timbers Navajo County Park, with arts & crafts, food, entertainment, games, fireworks at Mogollon High School, 928-535-5777 or http://www.heberovergaard.org

7-8 PINETOP-LAKESIDE: Top of the Pines Disc Golf Tournament – Mountain Meadow Recreation Complex, a 2012 Southwest Cactus Series tournament, http://www.whitemountaindiscgolf.com

7-28 SHOWLOW: Show Low Main Street Farmers’ Market & Art Walk – Festival Marketplace, (1041 E. Deuce of Clubs, 85901), featuring local produce growers, food product producers, artisans and craftspeople, entertainment, Saturdays, 9 am – 1 pm, 928-521-9284 or http://www.showlowfarmersmarket.com

8 SCOTTSDALE: 4th Annual JCC Scottsdale Firecracker Adult & Youth & Sprint Triathlon & Duathlon – Valley of the Sun Jewish Community Center Pool, (12701 N. Scottsdale Rd.), mini tri: adults: 250 yd. swim, 9.5 mi bike, 2 mi run; Maxi Tri: 500 yd. swim, 12.6 mi bike, 2 mi run; Youth: 100 yd swim, 3.1 mi bike; ½ mi run DU: adults: ½ mi. run, 9.5 mi bike, 2 mi run, 5:30 am, http://www.trifamilyracing.com

8 TUCSON: Run with the Roosters – Old Tucson Studios, 5 mile run & walk, customized finisher tech shirts, free Mexican breakfast and overall and 5-year age group awards, 5 am, http://www.everyoneruns.net

13 LITCHFIELD PARK: 7th Annual Summer Spaaaah Series – Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa at The Wigwam, (300 W. Wigwam Blvd., 85340), luxury spa events, with gift bag, open house party, certificate for a 50 or 60- minute spa service, benefits Fresh Start Women’s Foundation, $110, 6-9 pm, http://summerspaseries.com/

13-14 GREER: 11th Annual Music from Greer - Concerts with Altitude – Ragel Community Center, chamber music concerts, this week features Quartet Greer, strings & piano, 7 pm, admission by donation, http://www.musicfromgreer.com/

13-15 FLAGSTAFF: 27th Annual Summer Showcase Arizona Antique Show - Coconino County Fairgrounds, $3, Fri-Sat 9 am - 5 pm, Sun 10 am - 4 pm, 602-717-7337 or http://www.azantiqueshow.com

8-22 PHOENIX: 15th Annual New Works Festival - Phoenix Theatre, new plays presented in staged reading and workshop production formats by professional actors and directors, audience talkbacks, $10, 602-254-2151 or http://www.phoenixtheatre.com

11-15 PHOENIX: Native American Basketball Invitational – U.S. Airways Center, http://www.nabihoops.com

13-8/25 GILBERT: Bye Bye Birdie – Hale Centre Theatre, (50 West Page Avenue, 85233), it’s 1960 and hip-swingin’ teen idol superstar Conrad Birdie has been drafted into the army, he is sent off in style with a swell new song and one last kiss from a lucky teenage fan on The Ed Sullivan Show, http://www.haletheatrearizona.com

14 FLAGSTAFF: 27th Annual Plant Sale and Penstemon Festival - The Arboretum at Flagstaff, features native plants for the home garden, gifts & books, special activities, tours, children's craft activities, free, 10 am - 4 pm, 928-774-1442 or http://www.thearb.org

14 FLAGSTAFF: Movies on the Square – Heritage Square, (6 E. Aspen Ave, 86001), enjoy Flagstaff summer weather and watch this week’s feature: Kung Fu Panda 2, pre-movie entertainment by Melissa Collins Orchestra, free, Saturdays, 3-10 pm, http://flagdba.com/movies-on-the-square/

14 PINETOP-LAKESIDE: 14th Annual Chili Cook-Off in the Pines Regional Open Championship & State Bean Championship– The Orchard at Charlie Clarks, http://www.pinetoplakesidechamber.com

14 PINETOP-LAKESIDE: White Mountain Women’s Club Home and Garden Tour – includes houses in Show Low, Lakeside and Pinetop, 928-537-1567 or http://ci.pinetop-lakeside.az.us/

14 TEMPE: 2012 ARR Summer Series Race #4 – Kiwanis Park, 5K run/walk, 6:30 am, 602-954-8341 or http://www.arizonaroadracers.com

14 TUCSON: Marana Bluegrass Concert Series – Crossroads at Silverbell Park, (7548 N. Silverbell Rd.), this week features The Sonoran Dogs, a new Tucson/Phoenix-based bluegrass band made up of regionally and nationally known musicians, Jam session with Unusual Suspects, free, 6:15 pm, 520-797-3959 or http://saaca.org/Marana_Backyard_Concerts.html

14-15 PRESCOTT: 12 Hours at Night Mountain Bike Ride - Pioneer Park / Brownlow Trails, (1201 Commerce Dr. 86301), 12 hour endurance mountain bike event for solo racers or teams of 2 or 3 done relay style, an 8-mile lap that includes wide track, hills, twisty single track, tunnels and more, benefits Prescott Kiwanis Foundation Endowment Fund, break out the headlights, $65 to participate, free for spectators, 8 pm – 8 am, 928-713-2733 or http://www.12hoursatnight.com or http://www.go-ar.com/12han.html

14-15 PRESCOTT: 15th Annual Prescott Indian Art Market - Sharlot Hall Museum, (415 W. Gurley St. 86301), traditional and contemporary works of art, arts & crafts demonstrations, Indian fry bread, musical performances, cultural presentations, $5, children are free, Sat. 9 am - 5 pm, Sun. 9 am – 4 pm, 928-445-3122 or http://www.sharlot.org

14-15 WILLCOX: Sweet Corn Extravaganza - Apple Annie's Produce & Pumpkins, corn and other vegetables will be available for you-pick, enjoy hot roasted sweet corn, free, 8 am – 5:30 pm, 520-384-2084 or http://www.appleannies.com

14-15 WILLIAMS: Christian Women’s Barrel Races – Williams Rodeo Grounds, live performances, 623-694-7646 or http://www.ExperienceWilliams.com

15 FLAGSTAFF: 28th Annual Mountain Man Triathlon - Lake Mary, Sprint: swim 700 meters, bike 10.6 miles, run 3.1 miles; Olympic: swim 1500 meters, bike 24.9 miles, run 6.2 miles, spectators free, 6:30 am, 928-526-8761 or http://www.mountainmanevents.com w

20 GREER: 11th Annual Music from Greer - Concerts with Altitude – Ragel Community Center, chamber music concerts, features Ji Sun Lee, piano, Michael Lich, guitar & banjo, 7 pm, admission by donation, http://www.musicfromgreer.com/

20-21 CAMP VERDE: 20th Annual Camp Verde Cornfest - Downtown, (395 South Main Street, 86322), live bluegrass music, beer garden, food, family activities on Sat., vendors, farmers market, corn eating contest, hog calling, old-fashioned games, cow pie throwing, vendors, corniest joke contest, free, Fri 3-10 pm, Sat. 10 am – 10 pm, http://campverdecornfest.com/

21-22 PRESCOTT: 22nd Annual Williamson Valley FD Arts & Crafts Show - Courthouse Plaza, hand-made and enhanced crafts, culinary arts, fine arts, leather, metal works, wood, 9 am - 5 pm, http://www.prescottdowntown.com or http://www.visit-prescott.com

20-22 FT. MCDOWELL: 11th Annual Lori Piestewa National Native American Games – Salt River Community, Fountain Hills and Fort McDowell Indian Community, features competition in sports including basketball, baseball, cross-country, flag football, softball, volleyball, wrestling & track & field, for men & women, 480-517-9700 or http://www.gcsg.org

20-22 PHOENIX: Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Houston Astros – Chase Field, baseball, 6:40, 5:10 & 1:10 pm, 602-462-4600 or http://dbacks.com/

20-22 WILLIAMS: ARCA Arizona State Convention & Hamfest - Bob Dean Rodeo Grounds, Arizona's largest hamfest, features major manufacturers, dealers, exhibits, speakers, swap meet, seminars, classes, prizes, free, 2 pm, 520-538-0200 or 928-635-1418 or http://www.arca-az.org/main/july_hamfest.html

21 ALPINE: 8th Annual Summer Melodrama – Alpine Community Center, Alpine Community Theater presents an original melodrama production, titled “Sleight of Hand” or “The Medicine Show Must Go On”, prior is a lasagna dinner & dessert, reservations required, $5 show only, $20 dinner & show, 5:15 pm dinner, 7 pm show, 928-339-4656 or http://www.alpinearizona.com

21 FLAGSTAFF: Summer Soiree – The Arboretum at Flagstaff, catered dinner in the gardens with music, silent and live auctions, fundraising event, $75 for individual tickets; table sponsor options available, 5:30 pm, 928-774-1442 or http://www.thearb.org

21 FLAGSTAFF: Movies on the Square – Heritage Square, (6 E. Aspen Ave, 86001), enjoy Flagstaff summer weather and watch this week’s feature, pre-movie entertainment by Ed Kabotie, free, Saturdays, 3-10 pm, http://flagdba.com/movies-on-the-square/

21 FLAGSTAFF: Wildflower Walks - The Arboretum at Flagstaff, a special wildflower walk that will focus on the native species in bloom at this time of year, sign-up upon arrival, 9:30-11:30 am, 928-774-1442 or http://thearb.org

21 GREER: 11th Annual Music from Greer - Concerts with Altitude – Ragel Community Center, chamber music concerts, features Michael Lich & friends, Noctrane, bluegrass/jazz/roots, 7 pm, admission by donation, http://www.musicfromgreer.com/

21 KINGMAN: Chillin’ on Beale St. - Historic Downtown, a down town block party featuring classic cars, food, games and prizes, 5:30-10 pm, 928-753-6106 or http://www.kingmantourism.org/

21 KINGMAN: Kingman Family Fun Day – Locomotive Park, presented by Kingman’s Wild West Society, with western re-enactments and shootouts throughout the day, live music between performances, vendors, food, and art displays, shows begin at 11am, 12:30 pm, and 2 & 3pm, 928-203-1479 or http:// www.kingmantourism.org/

21-22 FLAGSTAFF: 15th Annual Arizona Highland Celtic Festival - Foxglenn Park, (4200 E. Butler Ave. 86004), celebrating all things Celtic, music, piping, athletics, whisky tasting, educational workshops, vendors, historical reenactment, clans and societies and a kids area, $4-18, Sat 9 am - 6 pm, Sun 10 am – 4 pm, 928-556-3161 or http://www.nachs.info

21-22 FLAGSTAFF: 3rd Annual Flagstaff Jewelry, Gem and Mineral Show – Radisson Woodlands Hotel, (1175 W. Rt. 66), vendors selling jewelry (fine and costume), gold and sterling silver, gems, unset gemstones, minerals, fossils, slabs, rocks, cabochons, crystals, $3, and under 12 free with adult, 928-773-8888

21-22 WILLCOX: Peach Mania Festival - Apple Annie's Orchard, u-pick tree ripened peaches and apples, all-you-can eat pancake breakfast 7-10 am, peach ice cream, peach pie, 6:30 am - 5:30 pm, free, 520-384-2084 or http://www.appleannies.com

21-22 WILLCOX: Sweet Corn Extravaganza - Apple Annie's Produce & Pumpkins, corn and other vegetables will be available for you-pick, enjoy hot roasted sweet corn, free, 8 am – 5:30 pm, 520-384-2084 or http://www.appleannies.com

23-25 PHOENIX: Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Colorado Rockies – Chase Field, baseball, 6:40 & 12:40 pm, 602-462-4600 or http://dbacks.com/

23-27 TUCSON: 13th Annual Archaeology Summer Camp for Adults: Conservation Lab - Arizona State Museum, in an air-
conditioned research lab, special tours, presentations, hands-on activities, $340, registration required, 520-626-8381 or http://www.statemuseum.arizona.edu

23-28 FLAGSTAFF: Grand Canyon Corvette Tour – 5-day guided tour begins in Flagstaff, includes Grand Canyon National Park, and Colorado, limited to Corvettes 1953 to 2012, 928-527-8388 or http://www.BloomingtonGoldTours.com

26-28 PHOENIX: 16th Annual Michael Finney’s Dry Heat Classic – Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort & Spa, includes celebrity golf tournament, live and silent auction, a night of culinary delights with top gourmet chefs, magical entertainment by comedians, magicians and variety acts, http://www.dryheatclassic.com

26-29 PHOENIX: Arizona Diamondbacks vs. New York Mets – Chase Field, baseball, 6:40, 5:10 & 1:10 pm, 602-462-
4600 or http://dbacks.com/

27 GLOBE: Hamburger Fry – Gila County Historical Museum, $5, 5:30 pm, 928-425-7385 or http://www.globemiamichamber.com

27 PHOENIX: 7th Annual Summer Spaaaah Series – Arizona Biltmore Spa at the Arizona Biltmore, (2400 E. Missouri, 85016), luxury spa events, with gift bag, open house party, certificate for a 50 or 60- minute spa service, benefits Fresh Start Women’s Foundation, $115, 6-9 pm, http://summerspaseries.com/

27 PRESCOTT: 4th Friday Art Walk - 15 galleries stay open late and offer food, musical entertainment, artist receptions and painting demonstrations, http://www.artthe4th.com

27 SNOWFLAKE: Annual Pioneer Day Celebration - arts & crafts fair, parade, BBQ, rodeo, dances, kid’s entertainment, theatrical performance, pioneer day run, softball league tournament, free swimming, fireworks display, Sweet Wheels Car Show & Swap, 928-536-4331 or http://www.snowflaketaylorchamber.org

27-28 TUCSON: Monsoon Madness - Tohono Chul Park, (7366 N. Paseo del Norte, 85704), a botanical showcase with an impressive assortment of bizarre, edible, showy and trickster cacti, shrubs, herbs, vines and groundcovers, meet local growers, get answers from the experts, free admission to the park during the sale, 4 pm, 520-742-6455 or http://www.tohonochulpark.org

28 CLARKDALE: Starlight Ride/Grape Train Escape/Tequila Train- Verde Canyon Railroad, wine tasting trains, unique wines and food from around the world, 928-639-0010 or 800-293-7245 or http://www.verdecanyonrr.com

28 FLAGSTAFF: Movies on the Square – Heritage Square, (6 E. Aspen Ave, 86001), enjoy Flagstaff summer weather and watch this week’s feature: Wall-E, pre-movie entertainment by Pony Express, free, Saturdays, 3-10 pm, http://flagdba.com/movies-on-the-square/

28 NUTRIOSO: Bar-B-Que & Dance – Nutrioso Community Center, (Old Schoolhouse), also arts and crafts vendors, 928-339-4122 or http://www.alpinearizona.com

28 SEDONA: 8th Annual National Day of the American Cowboy Celebration – Uptown Sedona, cowboy festivities and western entertainment, Cowboy parade down Jordan Road to Cowboy Plaza, gunfights at High Noon, live performances, live western music, western artists and western trades and crafts demonstrations, compete in the Spirit of the West Outfit Contest, (prizes for the most authentic spirit of the West outfit, so dress the part), 10 am – 8 pm, 928-204-2390 or http://www.sedonamainstreet.com

28 SUPERIOR: 5th Annual La Noche de Vaquero - National Day of the Cowboy – dinner and dancing celebrating the cowboy, 520-689-0200 or http://www.superiorazchamber.net

28-29 PRESCOTT: 7th Annual Shootout on Whiskey Row – the Prescott Regulators and Their Shady Ladies a gathering of award-winning Western re-enactment groups from all over the West who compete in historic skits and gunfights, also a period costume contest with authentic 1800s clothing, vendors, free, 9 am – 4 pm, http://www.prescottregulators.org

28-29 WILLCOX: Peach Mania Festival - Apple Annie's Orchard, u-pick tree ripened peaches and apples, all-you-can eat pancake breakfast 7-10 am, peach ice cream, peach pie, 6:30 am - 5:30 pm, free, 520-384-2084 or www.appleannies.com

29 PRESCOTT: Bringing Them Home: The Chautauquas – Sharlot Hall Museum Blue Rose Theater, featuring politician, miner and entrepreneur Ralph Cameron performed by Parker Anderson, $3-5, 2 pm, 928-445-3122 or http://www.sharlot.org

30-8/7 PHOENIX: 10th Annual Art Unraveled – Embassy Suites, (4415 E. Paradise Village Pkwy, 85032), join others from around the world in mixed media art workshops 9 am - 4:30 pm and evening workshops 6:30-9:30 pm , i.e., painting, drawing, jewelry making, book making, collage, journaling, metal clay, etc., workshops priced individually so that you could attend 1 or many workshops; shopping Extravaganza on Saturday, 8/6, 10 am - 4 pm, http://www.artunraveled.com

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