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June 2008 Arizona Events Calendar

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1 FLAGSTAFF: Traditional Blend | Heritage Square, part of the Heritage Square Trustfs Summer Concert Series, traditional music includes Celtic, music of Cape Breton (Nova Scotia), Old Time Mountain Music, Cajun Creole, Texas rags and more, 2 pm, 928-853-4292 or
1 ORACLE: Guide Hike with Llamas | Oracle State Park, learn about llamas as eco-friendly pack animals on a hike with Ranger Cyn-d Turner, 9 am, reservations required, 520-896-2425 or
1 PRESCOTT: Antiques on the Square - Courthouse Plaza, 50+ dealers of antiques and collectibles, includes glass, pottery, furniture, art, jewelry, primitives and unique surprises, sponsored by the Thumb Butte Questers, free, 9 am - 5 pm, 928-445-5137 or
1 SEDONA: Route 66 Across Arizona- Red Rock State Park, Richard and Sherry Mangum will take the viewer on a nostalgic trip through Arizona and discussing the impact Route 66 has had on the nation and Arizona, reservations recommended, 2 pm, 928-282-6907 or
1 SHOW LOW: Xterra Deuces Wild Off-Road Triathlon | Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area, a Nissan Xterra Points Series Race, swim 800 meters, mountain bike 14.9 miles, Trail run 5 miles, USAT sanctioned,
1 VAIL: Sunday in The Park - Colossal Cave Mountain Park, with an Introduction to Reptiles of the Tucson Area, Ed Moll, Tucson Herpetological Society presents a slide show, questions and answers, live critters, 3 & 4 pm, 520-647-7275 or 520-647-7121 or
1-7/31 Phoenix Zoofs Starry Safari Friday Nights
1-8/31 TUCSON: Summer Movies at Fox Tucson Theatre | classic movies for the entire family, at downtown Tucsonfs historical Southwestern Art Deco movie palace, 520-624-1515 or
2 TUCSON: Night Run and Walk | 5K run, 5K walk, 6:30 am, 520-991-0733 or
2 TUCSON: Primavera Cooks! | a series of Apprentice chef and gourmet dinning events, community members, under the tutelage of some of Tucsonfs finest chefs, create and prepare an elaborate wine-paired dinner to guests, in the kitchens and dining rooms of participating restaurants, this weekfs venue is Feast Tasteful Takeout, $125, 520-623-5111 ext. 101 or
2-7/31 HOLBROOK: Native American Dances - Historic Courthouse Square, a variety of authentic dances & involve the members of the public who wish to participate, free, weekdays, 6:30-8:30 pm, 928-524-6558 or 800-524-2459 or
3 PHOENIX: Chicago & The Dobbie Brothers | Dodge Theatre,
3 PHOENIX: Phoenix Mercury vs. Washington | US Airways Center, womenfs basketball, $10 and up, 7:30 pm, 602-252-WNBA or
3 TUCSON: Summer Art Cruise | Central Tucson Gallery Association members stay open late so visitors can browse galleries in and around downtown Tucson all day and evening, visit artist receptions and exhibit openings, and tour galleries on free shuttle vans, 520-629-9759 or
4 HOLBROOK: Learning Center Series | Petrified Forest National Park, featuring a local artist, understand and appreciate the rich diversity of human tradition and history in this region, 10 am, 928-524-6228 or
4 PHOENIX: The Cure with 65daysofstatic | Dodge Theatre,
5 GLENDALE: Girlfs Night Out Shopping Extravaganza | more than 70 exhibitors to pamper yourself with the most super-fab finds in beauty & fashion, fashion forward apparel and accessories, unique gifts and more, 2-9 pm,
5 PHOENIX: P. Diddy & MTV present Making the Band 4 | Dodge Theatre, the tour starring Danity Kane, Day 25, Donnie Klang and special guest Cheri Dennis, 7 pm,
5 PRESCOTT VALLEY: Movies Under the Stars - Prescott Valley Civic Center, (7501 E. Civic Circle), featuring The Seeker: The Dark is Rising, (PG), concessions and vendors on site, 6 pm,
5-7 ROUTE 66: 4th Annual Route 66 Corvette Tour | rumble down 100 miles of the Mother Road with 250 Corvettes from across America, east from Laughlin, NV and ends in Flagstaff with dinners, receptions, a Route 66 Corvette show, cash prizes and more, 928-527-VETT (8388) or
5-26 GLENDALE: Glendale Summer Band Concerts | Historic Downtown, free, Thursdays, 8 pm, 623-930-2820 or
6 CLARKDALE: Grape Train Escapes - Verde Canyon Railroad, wine tasting trains, featuring unique wines and food from around the world, 928-639-0010 or 800-293-7245 or
6 FLAGSTAFF: First Friday Art Walk - Artists Gallery, featuring selected artists from the co-operative, free, 6:30 pm, 928-773-0958 or
6 MIAMI: Fiddle Music | Bullion Plaza Cultural Center and Museum, presented by Bill Roten and Friends, 6 pm, free, 928-473-3700 or
6 PAYSON: First Friday Night on Main Street | West Main Street, presented by the Main Street Merchant Guild, visit the local art galleries, antique shops and more, 5-8 pm, 928-474-4932 or
6 PHOENIX: Annual Jazz in the Garden Concert Series - Desert Botanical Gardens, premier musicians, with Pete Pancrazi, traditional jazz $14-20, Fridays, 7:30 pm, 480-941-1225 or
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
6-7 LAKE HAVASU CITY: DCB Boats Regatta | 928-680-0265 or
6-7 LAKE HAVASU CITY: 8th Annual Firefighters Regatta | Nautical Inn Resort, 928-855-3634 or
6-7 PAYSON: Vietnam War Memorial Traveling Wall | Green Valley Park, an 80% scale replica of the wall in Washington DC, free,
6-7 PRESCOTT: Everybodyfs Hometown Quilt Show | Yavapai College, a vendor mall and a quilterfs boutique, wearable art and opportunity quilt raffle, small quilt auction, 9 am | 5 pm, 928-778-8154 or 928-771-9123 or or
6-8 CAMP VERDE: 7th Annual Arizona Crawdad Festival - New Orleans/Cajun style event, crawdad eating contests, crawdad races, kid's carnival, root beer and beer gardens, live Cajun music, 2-11 pm, 928-567-9294 or
6-8 GREER: Greer Days - Village of Greer, arts & crafts, parade, talent show, horseshoe tournament, barn dance, pancake breakfast, free, 7 am - 11 pm, 928-333-2123 or
6-8 PHOENIX: Balanchine | Symphony Hall, by Ballet Arizona, a startling mix from the father of American ballet, with musical accompaniment by The Phoenix Symphony, 8 & 2 pm, $10-115, 602-381-1096 or or
6-8 PINE: Strawberry Patchers 11th Annual Quilt Show - Pine Cultural Hall, more than 100 quilts, exhibit also includes wearable quilted work, quilts from around the state, quilt raffle, boutique of items made by quilters, demonstration of the old-fashioned treadle sewing machine, $2, 10 am - 4 pm,
6-8 SHOW LOW: 5th Annual Show Low Days Mountain Festival - City Park, 200 antique cars for the Show Low Days Still Cruizin' Car Show, 100 vendors of arts & crafts, food, free, 928-537-2326 or 800-SHOW LOW or
6-22 PHOENIX: Cinderella | Valley Youth Theatre, presented by special arrangement with R&H Theatricals, New York, NY, a timeless musical by Rodgers and Hammerstein, by Valley Youth Theatre, 602-253-8188 ext 2 or
7 ANTHEM: Zoot Sprint Triathlon Presented by Tribe Multisport | Lake Pleasant, swim 1000m, bike 23k, run 5k, four aid stations, 7 am, $65-100, 6:30 am,
7 BOWIE: 5th Annual Southeast Arizona Western Heritage and Wine Festival | Fort Bowie Vineyards & Orchard Products, wine tasting, arts and crafts fair, cowboy poetry, western music, U-pick fresh peaches and cherries, and Dutch oven Cook-Off, homemade ice cream, 10 am | 6 pm, 520-847-2593 or 888-299-5951 or
7 FLAGSTAFF: 25th Annual NACA Sacred Mountain 10K/5K Prayer Run & 2K Fun Run/Walk - Thorpe Park, highlights the Native American significance of running for good mental and physical health, benefits Native Americans for Community Action, moderately difficult, on cinder trails within Coconino National Forest 10K, $, 7 am, 928-526-2968 or
7 FLAGSTAFF: Corvette Show | Downtown, view six generations of Americafs favorite sports car, 10 am | 2 pm, free, 928-527-8388 or
7 FLAGSTAFF: Civilian Conservation Corps 75th Anniversary - Riordan Mansion State Historic Park, with Jane Jackson, USFS/NPS, and meet original enrollees who worked in camps in Arizona and other states, evening slide presentation, 7pm, RSVP, free, 928-779-4395 or
7 FLAGSTAFF: Casting Crowns | Pine Mountain Amphitheater, Christian Rock, 8 pm, 928-774-0899 or
7 GLENDALE: 8th Annual Family Farm Day | Tolmachoff Farms, childrenfs activities including u-pick garden, train rides, corn husking and watermelon eating contest, crafts, food samples, farm theme games, $2, 8 am | 2 pm, 623-386-1301 or
7 GLOBE: Globe Rotary Sunrise Challenge | Round Mountain Park, for those seeking a more leisurely pace, sign up for the walk rather than the race, free, 800-804-5623 or
7 HOLBROOK: National Trails Day - Petrified Forest National Park, Take the Path to a Healthier You, 928-524-6228 or or
7 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,
7 KITT PEAK: Stars and Music | Kitt Peak National Observatory, bring a picnic and wait for the sun to go down, an hour of music, view celestial wonders through a variety of amateur telescopes, featuring Tucson Flute Club, 7:30 pm, reservations required, $8-10, 520-318-8726
7 LAKE HAVASU CITY: U.S. Anglerfs Choice Fishing Tournament | Windsor South Ramp, 50 bass boats, weigh-in at 3 pm, 928-855-2784 or or
7 MAYER: 46th Annual Mayer Daze Celebration | Wicks St. parade at 10 am, Pit BBQ, craft booths, kiddie rides/games, chili cook off, car show, live music by Cactus Chris & The Critters Dance at 8 pm featuring Miles of Country, 928-632-9193
7 PARKER: 31st Annual Great Western Tube Float | Chugginf down the Colorado | Patria Flat, float 5 miles down the Parker Strip as singles, groups, or teams, prizes and awards at BlueWater Resort & Casino Beach, 7 am registration, until 2 pm, 928-669-2174 or
7 PAYSON: Garden Tour 2008 | sponsored by Rim Area Gardeners, tour six local Payson gardens, 8 am | 4 pm, $5, 928-472-7952 or
7 PHOENIX: 2nd Annual Bloominf Beerfest | Irish Cultural Center, co-sponsored by the Arizona Craft Brewers Association, $25-35, 7-11 pm, 602-258-0109 or or
7 PHOENIX: Moonlight Movies | Steele Indian School Park, featuring Ever After, bring your coolers, blankets and lawn chairs, begins at dark, 602-495-0739 or
7 PINETOP/LAKESIDE: 16th Annual National Trails Day Celebration - Woodland Lake Park & White Mountains Trailsystem, reception, guided hikes, guided mountain biking & horseback riding trips are offered, free, 8 am, 928-368-6700 or
7 PRESCOTT: 19th Annual Custom, Comp and Cruise at the Courthouse Square | presented by the Prescott Auto Enthusiasts, 10 classes, 50/50, prizes, first 150 dash plaques, trophies, 10 am | 3 pm, 928-778-0000 or
7 PRESCOTT: The Arizona Equifest | Prescott Rodeo Grounds, for all pet or horse owners who want to be educated or enjoy some entertainment, 928-636-2321 or
7 PRESCOTT: Annual Walker Day | Walker Fire Station, events include a clown, kidfs games, snack booths, vendors, Treasure Sale (yard sale), calk walk, raffle items, grab bags, live auction, BBQ, free, 8 am, 928-442-1065
7 PRESCOTT: Movies in the Park | Watson Lake Park, featuring Alvin and the Chipmunks, (PG), concessions and vendors on site, 6 pm,
7 SHOW LOW: Annual Experimental Aircraft Association Fly-In | pancake breakfast, food, aircraft, military displays, 7-11 am, 928-537-9006,
7 SIERRA VISTA: 2nd Annual Boys and Girls Club of Sierra Vista Golf Tournament | Pueblo del Sol Country Club, 7 am,
7 SUPERIOR: Dragonfly Walk | Boyce Thompson Arboretum, parents and kids can learn to identify colorful dragonfly species during a one-hour walk, 9:30 am, $3-7.50, 520-689-2811 or
7 TUCSON: Weird Plant Sale | Tucson Botanical Gardens, features the most bizarre members of the plant world, dedicated to the strange and dramatic, the weird and the wacky, the bizarre and smelly, free for sale, 8 am | noon, 520-356-9686 or
7 WILLIAMS: National Trails Day | includes trail maintenance, park bench painting, educational hike and park cleanup, afternoon BBQ, 928-635-5660 or
7-8 BISBEE: Bisbee Lodging Tour: Doors Wide Open | twelve of Bisbeefs finest accommodations on display in historic Bisbee, including B&Bfs, hotels, inns, homes and motels, the varied buildings on the tour illustrate both the architectural heritage of Bisbee as well as how new buildings augment the character of the former copper mining town, $8 and $1 for shuttle bus, 11 am | 4 pm, 520-432-5421 or or
7-28 FLAGSTAFF: Audubon Society Birdwalks | The Arboretum at Flagstaff, birdwalks through the garden every Saturday during migratory bird season, bird lists are available, some guidebooks and binoculars are available to borrow, free, 7:30 am, 928-774-1442 or
7-8 PAYSON: 3rd Annual Law Enforcement Rodeo | Sat. 5 pm, Sun 10 am,
7-8 PRESCOTT: 35th Annual Folk Arts Fair - Sharlot Hall Museum, games, demonstrations of traditional arts such as quilting, woodcarving, spinning, weaving, candle making, hands on crafts, music, fiddle bands, folksingers, donation, 10 am - 5 pm, 928-445-3122 or
7-8 PRESCOTT: Mountain Flowers Quilt Show - Yavapai Community College, vendors, quilts, wearable art, small quilt auction, 9 am - 5 pm, $5, 928-771-9123 or
7-8 PRESCOTT: 28th Annual Territorial Days - Courthouse Plaza, annual arts & crafts festival, food, games for the kids, entertainment, free, 9 am, 928-445-2000 or
7-8 PRESCOTT VALLEY: Prescott Valley Street Fair | Entertainment District, live music, crafts show, vendors and an RV Show, 928-772-8844
7-8 STRAWBERRY: 18th Annual Strawberry Festival & Strawberry Jam - Downtown Strawberry, music, crafts, food, 9 am | 4 pm, 800-672-9766 or
7-8 WHITERIVER: 11th Annual Hon-Dah Pow Wow in the Pines - Hon-Dah Resort, Casino & Conference Center, tribes from the US & Canada will get together to compete in fancy dance, grass dance, arts & crafts, food, Apache Sunrise dance included, $, 928-369-7568 or or
7-14 TEMPE: In My Grandmotherfs Purse | Tempe Center for the Arts, a delightful memory game is played between Sonny Boy and his mother, shedding light on a life well-lived, as the game progresses, two very different views of Grandmother emerge and the play explores the way life colors memory and | of course | vice versa, $18, 1 & 4 pm, 480-350-2822 or
7-22 TEMPE: Tour Festival | Tempe Center for the Arts, a chance to catch two of Childsplayfs touring productions which will be presented ein repf as an informal season finale, by Childsplay, $18, 1 & 4 pm, 480-350-2822 or
7-8/2 TUCSON: Honky Tonk Saturday Nights | Old Tucson Studios, a rodeo with bull riding, live country and western bands, dancing and other cowboy entertainment, chuck-wagon dinner, Saturday nights, 520-883-0100 or
7-8/30 TUCSON: Summer Saturday Evenings | Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, enjoy the sights, sounds and smell of the desert at night, after sundown, 520-883-1380 or
8 FLAGSTAFF: Yin Yang & Zen Some | Heritage Square, part of the Heritage Square Trustfs Summer Concert Series, Sedona-based party rock band, a mix of rock enf roll, Halloweenesque-themed costumes and wacky stage performance, 2 pm, 928-853-4292 or
8 NOGALES: 6th Annual Untouchable Lowfs Car/Bike Show and Concert | Memorial Park, featuring live stage entertainment, raffle, door prizes, trophies, $8, benefits local charities, 520-313-2805 or
8 SEDONA: 13th Annual Sedona Taste| Los Abrigados Resort & Spa, features cuisine from the areas finest restaurants and resort, wines, gourmet beers and non-alcoholic beverage, music, auction, benefits Boys & Girls Clubs, $75, 4-8 pm, 928-282-0122 or
8-11 WILLIAMS: RAAM Race Across America | Holiday Inn, one of the longest running ultra distance bicycle endurance competitions in the world, the Race Across America will have a timing/rest station in Williams, the race begins in Oceanside CA and ends in Atlantic City, NJ,
9-1/18 PHOENIX: Tony Abeytafs Underworlderness | Heard Museum, Navajo artist explores the Navajo underworld, the current world and our relationship to the cosmos in a series of ink and charcoal drawings, includes large-scale installations and a video installation by Abeytafs 17-year-old son Gabriel, $5-10, 602-252-8848 or
11 TUCSON: Primavera Cooks! | a series of Apprentice chef and gourmet dinning events, community members, under the tutelage of some of Tucsonfs finest chefs, create and prepare an elaborate wine-paired dinner to guests, in the kitchens and dining rooms of participating restaurants, this weekfs venue is Dakota Cafe, $125, 520-623-5111 ext. 101 or
12 PHOENIX: Brad Paisley | Cricket Wireless Pavilion, with special guests Jewel, Chuck Wicks and Julianne Hough, 7:30 pm,
12 PHOENIX: Sanderson Ford Lincoln Mercury Music Series - Jonny Lang | Celebrity Theatre, Grammy award-winning singer-guitarist, 8 pm, $33.50-100, 602-267-1600 ext. 1 or
12 PRESCOTT VALLEY: Movies Under the Stars - Prescott Valley Civic Center, (7501 E. Civic Circle), featuring Open Season, (PG), concessions and vendors on site, 6 pm,
12-14 PRESCOTT: Ladies of the Garden | Blue Rose Theater, six women of Sharlot Hall Museumfs Territorial Rose Garden brought to life, 7:30 pm, 928-445-3122 or
12-7/27 MESA: Oliver! | Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre, 480-325-6700 or
13 PHOENIX: Annual Jazz in the Garden Concert Series - Desert Botanical Gardens, premier musicians, with Cinco de Moio, Latin jazz, $14-20, Fridays, 7:30 pm, 480-941-1225 or
13 PRESCOTT: Chaparral MusicFest | Elks Theatre, 7:30 pm, $15, 928-443-8541 or
13-14 LAKE HAVASU CITY: Ultra Custom Boats Regatta | 928-680-0265 or
13-14 WILLIAMS: Rumble On f66 | approximately 750 Harley riders from all around the state will ride gather for riding, relaxing and entertainment,
13-15 CORDES JUNCTION: 9th Annual Juneteenth Festival & Ethnic Arts Fair - Arcosanti, celebrating freedom through music and art, ethnic arts fair will feature music, workshops, guest speakers, art shows, dancing, childrenfs theatre and food vendors, live entertainment includes gospel, jazz, blues, Reggae/funk, 11 am | 7 pm, $5-10, 928-772-5019 or
13-15 FLAGSTAFF: 27th Annual Pine Country Pro Rodeo - Ft. Tuthill County Park, PRCA approved, carnival, street dances, barn dances, $8-17, Fri 7 pm, Sat 4 pm, Sun 1:30 pm, 928-526-1629 or 800-842-7293 or 928-526-3551 or
13-15 GRAND CANYON CAVERNS: Mohave Livestock Association Annual Meeting, Pinning Contest, and Calcutta Auction | watch real working cowboys compete for the fastest time and prizes, free,
13-15 LAKE HAVASU CITY: Sleekcraft Magic Boats Regatta | Nautical Inn Resort, 928-855-2141 or
13-15 SPRINGERVILLE: Run with the Wolf | American Legion Post, motorcycle rally, 928-333-2123 or
13-8/3 PEORIA: The Music Man | Arizona Broadway Theatre, Fast-talkinf traveling salesman Harold Hill is out to con the people of River City, Iowa, into buying instruments and uniforms for a boysf band he vows to organize, but his plans to skip town with the cash crumble when he falls for the local librarian who transforms him into a respectable citizen by showfs end, noon, 2 & 7:30 pm, $46, 623-776-8400 or
14 CAMP VERDE: 8th Annual KVRD Father/Child Golf Tournament | Beaver Creek Golf Resort, for any age father and any age child, fun & friendly competition, 928-567-0535 or 928-567-9294 or
14 CLARKDALE: Saturday Night Starlight Train - Verde Canyon Railroad, the canyon comes alive with nocturnal beauty and wildlife, 928-639-0010 or 800-293-7245 or
14 CLARKDALE: Tequila Tasting Train - Verde Canyon Railroad, experience a variety of Mexicofs indigenous national spirit from the botanical name of the cactus Agave Tequilana, 928-639-0010 or 800-293-7245 or
14 FLAGSTAFF: 12th Annual Pride in the Pines presented by Northern Arizona Pride Association - Wheeler Park, entertainment, food, shopping, $5-12, 11 am | 8 pm, 928-213-1900 or
14 FLAGSTAFF: Elden Pueblo Public Field Day | Elden Pueblo Heritage Site, experience the science of archaeology through hands-on participation in site excavations, artifact analysis, primitive technologies and hunting games, tours at 10 am, noon and 2 pm, bring water, hat, sunscreen and sense of discovery, free, 10 am | 4 pm, 928-527-3452 or 928-527-3475 or
14 FLAGSTAFF: Juneteenth Celebration | Cogdill Recreation Center, entertainment by Tommy Dukes and the Soul Kings, information booths, activities for kids, catfish, hotdogs and burgers, 1-5 pm, 928-779-0037
14 FLAGSTAFF: 24th Annual Route 66 Regional Chili Cookoff - Thorpe Park, world championship qualifying event with public tasting of red chili and green chili salsa contest, crafters too, $3 tasting cup, 10 am - 4 pm, 928-526-4314 or
14 FLAGSTAFF: Big Willie & the Polka Meisters | Heritage Square, part of the Heritage Square Trustfs Summer Concert Series, good gclean familyh German music, 2 pm, 928-853-4292 or
14 GOODYEAR: Missoula Childrenfs Theatre | Millennium High School Auditorium, 3 & 7 pm, $5-10, 623-935-6384 or
14 HOLBROOK: Old West Days Car Show and Hashknife Stampede Co-ed Softball Tournament | Hunt Park, includes T-shirt, dash plaque, goodie bag, 8 am | 3 pm, 928-524-6558 or
14 PRESCOTT: The Magic of Broadway | Prescott Fine Arts Theatre, starring Darlene Stolle and Danny Anderson with the choral back-up of the Prescott Fine Arts Chamber Singers with a variety of music from favorite musicals, $5-12, 2 & 7:30 pm, 928-445-3286 or
14 PAYSON: Payson Sprint Triathlon | Rumsey Park, Taylor Pool, swim 500 yards, bike 15 miles, run 5K, pre-registered participants receive a race shirt, check in at 6 am, 928-474-5242 or
14 PAYSON: Sonora Swing Summer Concert | Green Valley Amphitheater, free outdoor swing band concert, 7 pm,
14 PHOENIX: Concert Under the Stars - Steele Indian School Park, bring blankets & lawn chairs, featuring The Rave, classic rock and current hits, free, 8-10 pm, 602-495-0739 or 602-534-8198 or
14 PHOENIX: Phoenix Mercury vs. Detroit | US Airways Center, womenfs basketball , $10 and up, 12:30 pm, 602-252-WNBA or
14 PHOENIX: Return to Forever | Dodge Theatre, featuring Al DiMeola, Stanley Clarke, Chick Corea and Lenny White, 8 pm,
14 PRESCOTT: 10th Annual Tsunami on the Square | The Ocean Blue - Courthouse Plaza, featuring the best in performing and cultural arts, Native American hoop-dancing, modern dance, physical theatre, circus arts, martial arts, mariachi, & pyrotechnics spectacle, non-stop workshops and entertainment for kids from noon - 7 pm on Sat., Fri. 6-10 pm, Sat. noon - 10 pm, 928-445-5540 or
14 PRESCOTT: Movies in the Park | Watson Lake Park, featuring Dr. Seussf Horton Hears a Who, (PG), concessions and vendors on site, 6 pm,
14 PRESCOTT VALLEY: Sounds of Music Concert | Entertainment District, 6 pm,
14 SUPERIOR: Learn Your Lizards | Boyce Thompson Arboretum, educates participants how to identify common species such as Western whiptails, Tree Lizards, Side-blotched and Greater Earless, family-friendly walk, meet at the visitor center, 8:30 am, $3-7.50, 520-689-2811 or
14 TUCSON: Juneteenth Festival | Kennedy Park Fiesta Area, food, song and dance festival, 520-225-2670 or
14-15 SCOTTSDALE: Annual Big Boys & Their Toys 2008 | WestWorld, features automobiles & accessories, luxury homes & properties, electronics for home & business, big screen TV & stereo systems, computers, peripherals, boats & marine equipment, health & exercise equipment, aircraft & aviation equipment, travel & adventure, golf equipment & outings, Sat 9 am | 9 pm, Sun 10 am | 6 pm, $20, 602-331-4744 or
14-15 SEDONA: Art & Craft Show - Bell Rock Plaza, between 35-55 artists with paintings, leather, jewelry, wood, metal, fountains, carvings and many Native American artists too, 928-284-9627 or
14-15 WILLIAMS: National Barrel Races | action packed competition of the WPRA Division Tour, 928-600-5049 or
14-16 CORDES JUNCTION: 9th Annual Juneteenth Festival & Ethnic Arts Fair - Arcosanti, celebrating freedom through music and art, ethnic arts fair will feature music, workshops, guest speakers, art shows, dancing, childrenfs theatre and food vendors, live entertainment includes gospel, jazz, blues, Reggae/funk, 11 am | 7 pm, $5-10, 928-772-5019 or
14-8/9 FLAGSTAFF: Many Colored Weaves: Navajo Textiles Exhibition | Coconino Center for the Arts, presented by Flagstaff Cultural partners, Navajo textiles from the collection of Museum of Northern Arizona, 11 am | 5 pm, 928-779-2300 ext. 105 or

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