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ARIZONA
ANNUAL CELEBRATIONS OF HISTORIC EVENTS
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interested in American history to have a  free, easy to use,
"One-Stop" itinerary planning list.

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JANUARY

MARICOPA COUNTY

Glendale
Glendale Glitter and Glow
Hot air balloon display in the evening
In historic district

(623) 930 – 2299

MARICOPA
COUNTY

Scottsdale
National Horse Show Competition
Since 1963

(480) 312-6802

PIMA COUNTY

Tucson
Annual Tucson Quilt Show
Over 300 quilts
Since 1978

(520) 547-5463


FEBRUARY

GILLA COUNTY

Globe
Historic Home, Building, Antique and Quilt Show
(800) 804 -5623

MARICOPA COUNTY

Scottsdale
Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show
Since 1955

(480) 515 - 1500

MARCH

COCHISE COUNTY

Tombstone  
Territorial Days Celebration 
Tombstone  Courthouse Historic Park

(520) 457- 3311

APRIL

GILA COUNTY

Payson
Reenactment of Battle of Payson 1862
(602) 771-1100

MAY

YACAPAI COUNTY

Prescott
Illustrious Arizona’s Military Past
Living history presentation of our armed forces. 
Illuminates Arizona’s military past.

(928) 445 -1322 Ext. 17

YUMA COUNTY

Yuma
Cinco de Mayo
This day celebrates the event when a small poorly armed Mexican militia defeated an invading professional French army of 6,500
in the little town of Pueblo in 1861.

(928) 783 – 2299

JUNE

COCOMINO COUNTY

Flagstaff
Wool Festival
Shearing, weaving, alpacas.
A great day

(928) 774 - 6272

YAVAPAL COUNTY

Prescott
Frontier Days
(928) 445 - 3103

JULY

COCONINO COUNTY

Flagstaff
Flagstaff  Independence Day
Rendezvous, History and Heritage

(928) 774 - 6272

NAVAJO COUNTY

Holbrook
Old West Days Celebration
Reenactment “The Desert Guns”

(928) 524 - 1719

PINAL COUNTY

Sedona
National Day of the Cowboy Celebration
Cowboy events

(928) 204 – 2390

 AUGUST

COCONINO COUNTY

Flagstaff
Heritage Day
Pioneer life in Northern Arizona
Cowboy reenactors, timber working, harvest work
(928) 774 - 6272

PIMA COUNTY

Tucson
Happy Birthday Tucson Celebration
www.tucsonbirthday.org

SEPTEMBER

COCOMINO COUNTY

Flagstaff
County Fair
Labor Day Weekend
Since 1949
"Party till the cows come home"

(928) 679- 8000

GILA COUNTY

Payson
Annual Gila County Rodeo
Birth place of the rodeo. First held here in 1884

(602) 771 - 1100

OCTOBER

COCHISE COUNTY 

Bensen
Butterfield Overland Stage Days
Reenactments

(520) 586 - 2842

GILLA COUNTY

Globe
Annual Apache Jii Celebration
Native American performers

(800) 804 - 5623


NOVEMBER

CLARK COUNTY

Arkadelphia
Civil War Weekend
Living history demonstrations

www.WashingtonStatePark.com

COCHISE COUNTY

Bisbee
Historic Home Tour
(520) 432 – 3554

MARICOPA COUNTY

Phoenix
Arizona Antique Show
Antiques and collectibles, plus appraisals

(602) 717 - 7337


PIMA COUNTY
 

TUCSON
Patronato de Kino
Reenactment of the Jesuit missionary,
Father Euseblo Francisco Kino’s
arrival at Tucson.

(520) 237 – 3790

DECEMBER

COCHISE COUNTY

Tombstone
Territorial Days Celebration
Tombstone Courthouse Historic Park

(520) 457 - 3311

GILA COUNTY

Globe
Festival of Lights
Celebrate the holidays with 1600 luminaries that light the ruins.
Programby Native Americans

(928) 424-0320

MISSISSIPPI COUNTY

Blytheville
Lights of the Delta
Over 6 million lights decorate the historic downtown.
Plus the Parade of Trees.

(501) 321-3506

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