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  • Southern

    1. Pieceful Pursuits: A Quilting Quest : Sierra Vista

      February 28 to March 1

      520-439-0098 www.hummingbirdquiltguild.com

      This Hummingbird Stitchers Quilt Guild show features vendors, an appraisal table, a boutique and vintage quilt displays. Nearly 200 quilts and wall hangings will be on hand at Buena High School, along with a raffle quilt appraised at $4,700.

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    2. 90th Annual La Fiesta de los Vaqueros – The Tucson Rodeo & Parade : Tucson

      February 21 to February 28

      520-741-2233 www.tucsonrodeo.com

      Tucson Rodeo Grounds hosts top contestants in the sport of rodeo, vying for a share of more than $350,000 in prize money. This PRCA rodeo is America's largest outdoor midwinter rodeo.

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    3. Ride for the Warrior III : Casa Grande

      February 27 to February 28

      www.rideforthewarrior.com

      Ride to Casa Grande for live music, stunt motorcyclists, military-aircraft static displays, entertainment and a fireworks show. Proceeds benefit Operation Wounded Warrior and the Pinal County Veterans Memorial.

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    4. 33rd Annual Quilt Show & Sale : Tombstone

      February 1 to February 28

      520-457-2380 www.tombstonechamber.com

      The Tombstone Art Gallery presents this monthlong quilt show. See beautiful needlework and vote on your favorite. Free.

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    5. Miniature Art Show : Willcox

      February 1 to February 28

      The Willcox Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture presents this nationally judged show of artwork no bigger than 35 square inches, plus a mini-show and sale.

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  • Northern

    1. Raphaella Smits and Adrien Brogna : Flagstaff

      February 28 to February 28

      www.canyonguitar.org

      Shepherd of the Hills Church presents the duo playing guitar duets from the 19th century on period instruments at 7 p.m.

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  • Western

    1. 6th Annual Lake Havasu Music Brews and BBQ Championship : Lake Havasu City

      February 26 to February 28

      928-208-2375 golakehavasu.com/events/details/1798

      Lake Havasu State Park hosts Arizona’s largest KCBS state barbecue championship hosting more than 80 teams, 70 craft and wholesale vendors and 15 additional food vendors.

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    2. MCAS 53rd Annual Air Show & Open House : Yuma

      February 27 to February 28

      www.yumaairshow.com

      This is one of the largest air shows in the Southwest featuring military and civilian aircraft on the ground and aloft, demonstrations, aerial performances and static displays, with vintage aircraft and modern military aircraft, food and drink.

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    3. 17th Annual Yuma Lettuce Days Agri-Culinary Festival : Yuma

      February 28 to February 28

      928-783-0071 www.yumalettucedays.com

      UofA's Yuma Agricultural Center hosts a celebration of the local agricultural industry, in the world's winter lettuce capital of the world. The festival will include cooking demonstrations, a tasting event, displays and ag tours by local growers.

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  • Central

    1. 23rd Annual Winter Range : Phoenix

      February 23 to February 28

      www.winterrange.com

      More than 1,000 gather at Ben Avery Shooting Range for the Single Action Shooting Society’s National Championship of Cowboy Action Shooting, competitive events, displays of period militaria, exhibitions of Western skills and crafts.

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    2. 32nd Annual Phoenix Antiques, Bottles and Collectibles Club Show & Sale : Phoenix

      February 27 to February 28

      602-317-4438 www.phoenixantiquesclub.org

      North Phoenix Baptist Church hosts dealers selling items such as Blakely, Depression glass, linens, antique bottles, Breweriana, railroadiana, advertising, mining, china, and books.

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    3. Native Now : Phoenix

      February 28 to February 28

      dvrac.asu.edu

      ASU Deer Valley Rock Art Center presents a festival of contemporary art, performance and learning about Arizona’s indigenous cultures, showcasing music, performance and presentations by Native Americans from 1 to 4 p.m.

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    4. 62nd Annual Parada Del Sol Rodeo : Scottsdale

      February 26 to March 1

      480-990-3179 www.paradadelsol.org

      WestWorld hosts rodeos, major dances, concerts, live country-Western music, and children's activities. Friday and Saturday 1 and 7 p.m., Saturday 2 p.m.

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    5. 24th Annual Arizona Musicfest 2015 : Cave Creek

      February 1 to February 28

      480-840-0457 www.azmusicfest.org

      Listen the very best classical, jazz, pop and crossover concerts featuring great artists of today with legends of the past with 14 concerts over five weeks in North Scottsdale, Carefree and Northeast Phoenix.

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    6. 20th Annual Carefree Fine Art & Wine Festival : Carefree

      February 27 to February 28

      480-837-5637 www.thunderbirdartists.com

      Downtown Carefree features award-winning and renowned artists from throughout the U.S. and abroad, live musical entertainment, and fine wines from around the world. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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    7. 11th Annual Chandler Classic Car & Hot Rod Show : Chandler

      February 28 to February 28

      480-389-7709 www.chandlercarshow.com

      Historic Downtown presents more than 250 classic cars and hot rods on display, a marketplace of merchandise, food and retail vendors, a kids area of activities, and music from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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    8. 4th Annual Cowgirls with a Camera : Wickenburg

      February 28 to February 28

      www.westernmuseum.org

      See the work of some of the most talented women photographers in the nation working in the Western genre. Subject matter ranges from mustangs to working horses, ranch life to rodeo, and the stunning landscapes of the American West.

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    9. LEGO KidsFest : Glendale

      February 27 to February 28

      www.LEGOKidsFest.com

      University of Phoenix Stadium hosts the LEGO KidsFest extravaganza bringing all of the hands-on, minds-on fun of LEGO building and experience together in an activity-filled event for all ages.

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    10. 38th Annual Small World Miniature Doll House Show & Sale : Glendale

      February 28 to February 28

      480-488-7074 www.phoenixminiatures.com

      Arizona State University West hosts exhibits from Arizona residents, including sale of furniture, accessories, dolls from artisans from throughout the U.S. and Canada, door prizes, make-and-take miniature projects, and a raffle for local charities.

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    11. 27th Annual Arizona Renaissance Festival : Apache Junction

      February 7 to February 28

      520-463-2600 www.royalfaires.com/arizona/

      This medieval amusement park includes a 13-stage theater, a 30-acre circus, an arts-and-crafts fair, a jousting tournament and a feast, all rolled into one nonstop, daylong family adventure.

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    12. 51st Annual Lost Dutchman Days : Apache Junction

      February 26 to February 28

      www.lostdutchmandays.org

      Join the rustic fun at the Rodeo/Event Center, which includes a GCPRA Rodeo, carnival, pageant, rodeo dance, parade, arts and crafts, bratwurst party, and entertainment.

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    13. Art & Heritage of the Cowboy Artists : Prescott

      February 22 to February 28

      928-778-1385 www.phippenartmuseum.org

      Phippen Museum hosts this commemorative exhibition exploring the beginning and history of the Cowboy Artists of America, including the story of Bird’s Oak Creek Tavern (where the Cowboy Artists were created).

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    14. 21st Annual International Film Festival & Workshop : Sedona

      February 21 to February 28

      928-282-1177 www.sedonafilmfestival.com

      Hot new domestic and international films will be screened prior to release, including documentary and animation features, features and shorts. Also includes a filmmaking workshop, and filmmakers will introduce their films and host Q&A sessions.

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    15. Arizona Unity Tour : Glendale

      February 28 to February 28

      623-326-8219 www.arizonaunitytour.org

      This charity bicycle ride starts at Westgate Entertainment District and honors fallen and critically injured police officers and firefighters. Proceeds support the men and women behind the badges and their families.

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