Events

Search our guide to what's happening around Arizona. (Want your event listed? Send an email to Noah Austin at [email protected] Be sure to include the dates of the event, public contact information (phone and/or website) and a brief description.)

  • Central

    1. Cinco de Mayo Celebration at Tlaquepaque : Sedona

      May 7

      928-282-4838 www.tlaq.com

      At Tlaquepaque (336 State Route 179), immerse yourself in a colorful fiesta while saluting a rich heritage. Mariachi musicians, folklorico dancers and traditional Mexican food will be on hand, along with a chili cook-off. Hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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    2. CinePark May Movie Series : Chandler

      May 6 to May 20

      480-782-2735 www.chandleraz.gov/cinepark

      These free events at Tumbleweed Park feature family-friendly movies "Inside Out" (May 6), "Goosebumps" (May 13) and "Minions" (May 20). Activities begin at 6 p.m., and the movies start at 8 p.m.

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    3. International Museum Day at Pueblo Grande Museum : Phoenix

      May 18

      602-495-0901 www.pueblogrande.com

      In honor of International Museum Day, Pueblo Grande Museum will be offering free admission all day. From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., the museum will also offer free gallery tours and have artifact show-and-tell-stations set up in the galleries.

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    4. Hooves & Heroes Kentucky Derby Party : Scottsdale

      May 7

      480-515-1542 camelotaz.org

      Visit Camelot Therapeutic Horsemanship (6250 E. Jomax Road) for student riding demonstrations and special activities for the kids. Meet the Camelot therapy horses and watch the live Kentucky Derby broadcast in the barn at a real working ranch.

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    5. 30th Annual Prescott Fine Arts & Wine Festival : Prescott

      May 7 to May 8

      928-445-2510 www.mountainartistsguild.org

      At Courthouse Square in downtown Prescott, view original creations from painters, photographers, jewelers, sculptors and more. A wine garden offering tastings from Arizona wineries and a selection of tasty foods will also be available. Free.

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    6. Historic Memorial Day Celebration : Phoenix

      May 30

      602-534-1262 www.azhistcemeteries.org

      Share a historical view of Memorial Day with guest speaker Dr. Eduardo Pagan, an author and former PBS host, at Pioneer and Military Memorial Park (1317 W. Jefferson Street). Various Civil War groups and Buffalo Soldiers will participate. Free.

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    7. Cinco de Mayo Celebration : Prescott

      May 7

      www.facebook.com/PrescottCincodeMayoFiesta

      This celebration of features authentic Mexican entertainment, children's activities, food and drink vendors in a fiesta atmosphere. Entertainment includes mariachi music and folklorico dancers. The Prescott-Caborca Committee is sponsoring the event.

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    8. Personal Journeys: American Indian Landscapes : Phoenix

      May 1 to May 31

      602-252-8848 heard.org

      Explore the unique relationship American Indians have with land and how it has been expressed in art at the Heard Museum.

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    9. 8th Annual National Public Gardens Day at Desert Botanical Garden : Phoenix

      May 6

      dbg.org

      Desert Botanical Garden hosts tai chi and yoga demonstrations, spring butterfly exhibit, discovery stations, birding, photography tours and demonstrations, and opportunities to learn about garden and cactus blooms.

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    10. Artlink First Fridays : Phoenix

      May 6

      602-256-7539 www.artlinkphoenix.com

      Take free shuttle rides on a self-guided art tour of Central Phoenix galleries, art spaces and studios from 6 to 10 p.m.

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    11. Discount Tire Presents Free Family Sundays at Phoenix Art Museum : Phoenix

      May 8

      www.PhxArt.org

      Discount Tire graciously offers Free Family Sundays at Phoenix Art Museum and includes a variety of special hands-on, educational programming designed to appeal to visitors of all ages from noon to 5 p.m.

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    12. 3rd Annual Experience Polynesia at the MIM : Phoenix

      May 14 to May 15

      mim.org/

      Celebrate the Pacific Island music and culture with musical performances, dancing demonstrations, a Polynesian-inspired menu at Café Allegro, and even try your hand at a ukulele from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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    13. Songs for Our Heroes Concert Series : Phoenix

      May 19

      www.boyschoir.org/

      Steele Indian School Park Memorial Hall presents young singers from around the Valley performing patriotic and popular songs at 6 p.m. Free.

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    14. Flashlight Tours at Desert Botanical Garden : Phoenix

      May 21 to May 31

      480-941-1225 www.dbg.org

      Every Thursday and Saturday starting at 7 p.m., beat the heat and take a self-paced stroll along the garden’s Desert Discovery Trail to discovery stations. Experience the plants, animals, sights and sounds of the desert night.

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    15. A Salute to Cowboy Artists of America and a Patron: 50 Years of Amazing Contributions to the American West : Scottsdale

      May 1 to May 31

      480-686-9539 scottsdalemuseumwest.org

      Scottsdale's Museum of the West presents a retrospective exhibition featuring one artwork by every artist who has ever been a member of the Cowboy Artists of America.

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    16. Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market at WestWorld of Scottsdale : Scottsdale

      May 7 to May 8

      www.junkinthetrunkvintagemarket.com

      More than 180 hand-picked local and California artists and vendors featuring all things chippy, rusty, vintage and handmade. View a treasure trove of ideas, inspiration and items. Enjoy live entertainment and food.

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    17. Arizona Paint Horse Club at WestWorld of Scottsdale : Scottsdale

      May 14 to May 15

      www.azpaints.org/

      Celebrate summer with Arizona Paint Horse Club’s highly intelligent, friendly and easily trained horses. Come spend the day and see what these unique beauties can do from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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    18. Pete, Or the Return of Peter Pan - World Premiere at Tempe Center for the Arts : Tempe

      May 1 to May 29

      childsplayaz.org

      Enjoy a new spin on Peter Pan. Wendy has grown up hearing of adventures in Neverland, and never believed until Peter Pan arrives with fairy dust and she and her brother find themselves in the greatest adventures of their lives.

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    19. Me and My Girl at Hale Theater : Gilbert

      May 19 to May 31

      480-497-1181 www.haletheatrearizona.com

      Bill Snibson, an unsophisticated Cockney, finds out he is the long-lost Earl of Hereford and must choose between fitting in with proper society or losing his girl, fishmonger’s assistant Sally Smith, in this old-fashioned musical comedy.

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    20. Second Saturday Maricopa Market at Copper Sky Recreation Center : Maricopa

      May 14

      520-316-6848 www.maricopa-az.gov/web/2nd-sat-market

      Take part in healthy lifestyle discussions, speakers, Yoga at the Market, and Produce on Wheels from 8 a.m. to noon.

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    21. Variations – Fine Visual Art by Four Women Artists : Surprise

      May 1 to May 13

      www.westvalleyarts.org

      West Valley Arts HQ presents artists’ varied styles encompassing multiple ways to manipulate a broad range of media to express individual internal identities. Free.

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    22. 11th Annual Cowgirl Up! Art From the Other Half of the West : Wickenburg

      May 1 to May 9

      928-684-2272 www.westernmuseum.org/Cowgirl-Up.aspx

      Desert Caballeros Western Museum presents one of the most important art shows for women artists whose artwork captures the spirit and lifestyle of the American West.

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    23. 7th Annual Cave Creek Balloon Festival presented by Sanderson Lincoln at Rancho Manana Golf Club : Cave Creek

      May 28

      www.cavecreekballoonfestival.com

      Enjoy live music, food, beverages, cocktails, wine and locally brewed Four Peaks beer, turn the kids loose at the larger-than-ever kids zone with great activities, and celebrate the grand art of ballooning from 5:30 to 10 p.m.

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    24. 22nd Annual Payson Wildlife Festival at Green Valley Park : Payson

      May 14

      928-947-5242 www.paysonparks.com

      Enjoy wildlife-based activities, family fishing and games, plus a close-up look at birds of prey, rattlesnakes, Gila monsters and alligators, and information booths from a variety of conservation groups.

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    25. Gary Hardt Memorial Spring Rodeo : Payson

      May 19 to May 21

      928-474-9440 www.paysonrimcountry.com

      Payson Multi-Event Center presents its annual rodeo. Gates open at 5 p.m., and the rodeo begins at 7 p.m.

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    26. Memorial Day Patriotic Program : Payson

      May 30

      Green Valley Park presents a program of patriotic music, a flag-raising and speakers starting at 9:30 a.m.

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    27. 38th Annual Whiskey Row Marathon : Prescott

      May 14

      928-445-7221 www.whiskeyrowmarathon.com/

      This marathon, considered one of the most difficult in the U.S., offers panoramic views of Northern Arizona from 5,280 to 7,000 feet in the first 7 miles. Participants can also choose from a half-marathon, 10K run or 2-mile fun run/walk.

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    28. 42nd Annual Phippen Museum Western Art Show & Sale at Courthouse Plaza : Prescott

      May 28 to May 30

      928-778-1385 www.phippenartmuseum.org

      Phippen Museum presents the premier outdoor Western art show, featuring more than 150 Western artists from around the country starting at 9 a.m.

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    29. Twilight's Quest : Peoria

      May 6 to May 22

      www.theaterworks.org

      Peoria Center for the Performing Arts presents an uplifting original YouthWorks fantasy musical written by Director of Education and Outreach Chris Hamby. Watch Twilight venture into a strange land to solve a mysterious riddle.

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    30. Rock of Ages : Peoria

      May 27 to May 31

      623-776-8400 azbroadway.org/

      This production, set in L.A.’s infamous Sunset Strip in 1987, tells the story of Drew, a boy from South Detroit, and Sherrie, a small-town girl, chasing their dreams of making it big and falling in love.

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    31. Prescott Highland Games : Prescott

      May 14 to May 15

      928-642-0020 www.prescottareacelticsociety.com

      Celebrate everything Celtic, from highland dance to heavy athletics and pipe bands to Celtic entertainment, at Watson Lake. This event is from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily and also includes food, vendors, clans and family activities.

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    32. 51st Annual Jerome Historic Home Tour : Jerome

      May 21 to May 22

      928-634-2900 jeromechamber.com

      The longest-running home tour in Arizona boasts never-before-seen historic and significant homes along the mile-high town's back streets. Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for children; allow two to four hours to complete the tour.

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    33. An Afternoon at the Derby : Prescott

      May 7

      www.afternoonatthederby.com

      This event at the Hassayampa Inn (122 E. Gurley Street) encompasses all things Derby, including big hats for women, horce racing, play betting and Southern food, plus a Kentucky Derby viewing. Proceeds benefit Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Arizona.

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    34. 2nd Annual Lights Out Golf Classic : Prescott

      May 21

      www.bgccaz.org/nightgolf

      Antelope Hills Golf Course (1 Perkins Drive) hosts a nine-hole night golf tournament benefiting the Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Arizona. The theme this year is "Return to the '80s," so come dressed in your best 1980s attire.

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    35. A 2nd Act: Survivorship Takes the Stage : Mesa

      May 22

      A2ndAct.org

      Mesa Arts Center (1 Main Street) hosts this 2 p.m. performance by 10 Valley women survivors of all cancers. They'll share their stories of how they're using their gifts of time and experience to give back for the greater good. Tickets are $22.

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    36. Cirque de Livre : Mesa

      May 27 to May 29

      cirquedelivre.com

      This downtown event is a writer's conference with a twist. It draws inspiration from small-town film festivals, where sessions are anywhere and everywhere. More than 60 panels and signings designed to give you the power to improve your writing.

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    37. ERP's 911Elephant Annual Fundraising Dinner : Scottsdale

      May 12

      groupelephant.com

      This event at the Sanctuary Camelback Resort & Spa (5700 E. McDonald Drive) benefits 911Elephant, an emergency elephant rescue service in southern Africa. 100 percent of all charitable donations go directly into the group's field projects.

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    38. 51st Annual Jerome Historic Home and Building Tour : Jerome

      May 21 to May 22

      The longest-running home tour in Arizona boasts never-before-seen historic and significant homes in this guided tour through the mile-high town's back streets. Cost is $20 for adults and $10 for children.

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    39. Mother's Day Buffet at Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain : Paradise Valley

      May 8

      855-245-2051 www.sanctuaryaz.com

      This brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. features an iced shellfish tower, a made-to-order omelet bar, and entrées ranging from leg of lamb to pan-roasted organic salmon. It's priced at $75 per person, plus beverages, tax and gratuity.

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    40. 23rd Annual Cinco de Mayo Festival : Phoenix

      May 7

      www.cincophx.com

      This event at 200 W. Washington Street in downtown Phoenix features live musica entertainment, lucha libre, ballet folklorico, kids rides and games, sponsor giveaways, and traditional Mexican food and drinks.

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    41. Crust Chandler's 2nd Annual Great Rustica Race : Chandler

      May 24

      crustrestaurants.com

      In celebration of National Scavenger Hunt Day, teams of two will collect items at participating locations in downtown Chandler for a chance to win free pizzas for a year and gift cards. Check-in starts at 6 p.m. at Crust, 10 N. San Marcos Place.

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    42. Lemonade Days Featuring Craig Campbell : Queen Creek

      May 21

      www.lemonadedaysaz.com

      Founders Park (22407 S. Ellsworth Road) features a family-friendly day of play complete with interactive games and activities, water fun in the splash park, great food and live entertainment featuring Craig Campbell.

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    43. First Saturday Jerome Art Walk : Jerome

      May 7

      This event from 5 to 8 p.m. features art, music, refreshments and great conversation at 20 galleries and studios in Jerome. A free shuttle whisks you from the Old Jerome High School to Made in Jerome Pottery and everywhere in between.

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    44. May Music Magic : Anthem

      May 7 to May 28

      www.outletsanthem.com

      Outlets at Anthem hosts free live entertainment every Saturday in May, and you can enter to win prizes throughout the month. Local musical artists will perform inside the Cafes at Anthem on Saturdays from 1 to 5 p.m.

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    45. Larsen Art Auction Welcomes Andy Warhol : Scottsdale

      May 12

      480-941-0900 www.larsengallery.com

      The gallery will unveil Andy Warhol's 1975 "Mick Jagger" to be sold in the 2016 auction on October 22. Signed by both Warhol and Jagger, the print was created at the height of Warhol's fame. Free; RSVP required to [email protected]

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    46. A Taste of Asia : Scottsdale

      May 7

      https://apcaaz.ejoinme.org/MyEvents/ATasteofAsia/tabid/760750/Default.aspx

      Asian Pacific Community in Action hosts this fundraising gala at the DoubleTree Resort (5401 N. Scottsdale Road) in Scottsdale. The appetizer reception and awards dinner from 5 to 9 p.m. honors corporate and community leaders.

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    47. City Lights Movie Nights at CityScape Phoenix : Phoenix

      May 13 to August 12

      cityscapephoenix.com/events

      On the second Friday of each month, enjoy a free movie from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at the outdoor movie theater in Patriots Park. The schedule includes "Back to the Future" (May 13), "Finding Nemo" (June 10), "The Grinch" (July 8) and "Rio" (August 12).

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    48. Experience Polynesia at the Musical Instrument Museum : Phoenix

      May 14 to May 15

      mim.org/exhibits/signature-events/experience-polynesia/

      The museum (4725 E. Mayo Boulevard) kicks off the summer with a celebration of Pacific island music and culture. Enjoy music and dance performances, plus a Polynesian-inspired menu at Café Alegro. Free with museum admission.

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    49. Bubble Bash at Westgate : Glendale

      May 21

      www.westgateaz.com/bubble

      This event at Westgate Entertainment District's Fountain Park from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. features chemistry and physics experiments, bubble demonstrations and more. Free.

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  • Southern

    1. Archaeological Lecture : Tucson

      May 16

      www.az-arch-and-hist.org

      John D. Hall discusses "The Luke Solar Project: Middle and Late Archaic Period Subsistence and Settlement in the Western Phoenix Basin" at 7:30 p.m. at University Medical Center's DuVal Auditorium (1500 N. Campbell Avenue). Free.

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    2. Pops Concert at Catalina Foothills High School : Tucson

      May 7

      520-296-6277 www.boyschorus.org

      Enjoy contemporary selections along with Western songs by the Cadet Choir, Touring Chorus, Towne Singers and Training Chorus with a special appearance by the Alumni Chorus, featuring the signature rodeo roping.

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    3. Oro Valley Concert Series – Ronstadt Generations - Folk at Oro Valley : Oro Valley

      May 11

      520-797-3959 www.saaca.org/Oro_Valley_Concerts.html

      Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance presents the multicultural roots America was founded upon, dating back five generations in North America with Michael Ronstadt, continuing the family tradition with his two sons at 6 p.m.

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    4. Mariachi Festival at Patagonia Lake State Park : Nogales

      May 21

      azstateparks.com/parks/pala/events.html

      Enjoy mariachi music and Mexican and traditional festival food in a fun family environment. Guests should bring plenty of water, a lawn chair, sunscreen and a hat. Take advantage of the fishing, birding, boat tours and nature walks.

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    5. 36th Annual Wyatt Earp Days : Tombstone

      May 28 to May 30

      520-266-5266 www.tombstonechamber.com

      Celebrate the life and times of the Old West’s most famous lawman in “the town too tough to die” with mock gunfights, hangings and skits in the street, a chili cook-off, street entertainment, look-alike contests, and 1880's fashion show. Free.

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    6. For the Love of Music : Bisbee

      May 28 to May 29

      520-432-7217 artentree.net/loveofmusic.html

      Enjoy Bisbee’s premier chamber music series featuring Grace Sheppard and classical guitar.

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    7. Willcox Spring Wine Festival Historic Railroad Park : Willcox

      May 21 to May 22

      www.azwinefestival.com/

      Sample food, music and wine from eight Arizona farm wineries, and purchase local farm products.

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    8. Downtown Street Scene : Casa Grande

      May 6

      www.cgmainstreet.org

      Historic Florence Street presents live entertainment, a classic car show and arts and crafts exhibition, a Summer Splash with family-friendly, water-based activities and music, and shopping and dining from 5:30 to 9 p.m.

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    9. 101st Annual Sonoita Horse Races : Sonoita

      May 7 to May 8

      520-455-5553 www.sonoitafairgrounds.com

      This event at the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds includes quarter-horse and thoroughbred racing, live simulcast racing and betting, vendors, food and more. Admission includes parking, a race program, live music and dancing after the races.

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    10. Ann Boyd Wade Fine Art and Photography Show : Willcox

      May 20 to May 22

      www.willcoxartleague.com

      This Willcox Art League-sponsored show at the Willcox Community Center (312 W. Stewart) is the biggest art show in Southeastern Arizona. It runs concurrently with the Willcox Wine Festival on Friday and Saturday.

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    11. Centennial Concert of Baroque Music : Tumacacori

      May 7

      520-377-5060 www.nps.gov/tuma

      The Consulate General of Mexico in Nogales, Arizona, hosts a majestic concert of baroque music at Tumacácori National Historical Park. Free with admission to the park ($5 per adult).

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  • Eastern

    1. White Mountain Gem & Mineral Club 19th Annual Gem, Mineral & Fossil Show : Pinetop-Lakeside

      May 21 to May 22

      928-251-0949 www.whitemountain-azrockclub.org

      Celebrate gifts from the earth at Hon-Dah Resort & Conference Center with door prizes, a raffle, wheel of fortune, dinosaur exhibit and more.

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    2. 4th Annual Show Low BBQ Throwdown : Show Low

      May 6 to May 7

      928-532-4140 www.showlowchamber.com/

      The BBQ Throwdown is a barbecue contest among master barbecue competitors and an opportunity for visitors to try some amazing professional barbecue from competitors. This event also features kids activities, a poker run, food and live music.

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    3. Show Low Main Street Farmers Market & Art Walk : Show Low

      May 28

      928-532-2680 www.showlowfarmersmarket.com

      Festival Marketplace features local produce growers, food product producers, artisans and craftspeople from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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    4. King of the Mountain Disc Golf Tournament : Show Low

      May 28 to May 29

      www.azdgc.disqman.com

      Show Low City Park and Mountain Meadow Recreation Complex hosts the 2016 Southwest Cactus Series disc golf tournament.

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    5. Show Low Men’s Memorial Day Softball Tournament at Show Low City Park : Show Low

      May 28 to May 30

      928-532-4140 www.showlowchamber.com/

      If you love softball, stop by Show Low City Park’s Senior Field and Ponderosa Field on Saturday and Monday.

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    6. Luna Lake Tour : Springerville

      May 28 to May 30

      www.bikegaba.org

      Take a moderately difficult bike ride (65 miles each day) in Arizona and New Mexico, starting and ending in Springerville with a ride through pine forests and rolling grassy countryside.

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  • Northern

    1. First Friday Art Walk presented by Flagstaff Cultural Partners : Flagstaff

      May 6

      928-773-2300 www.FlagstaffArtWalk.com

      Flagstaff Cultural Partners and historic downtown Flagstaff present live music and refreshment, an opportunity to meet local artists, and shopping for original artwork from 6 to 9 p.m.

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    2. 4th Annual Flagstaff Color Vibe 5K : Flagstaff

      May 7

      www.thecolorvibe.com

      Participants run, walk or dance their way through color stations, where vibrant colors tie-dye white outfits and costumes. When it’s over, everyone is invited to stick around for a large, colorful dance party.

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    3. 10th Annual Flagstaff Armed Forces Day Parade : Flagstaff

      May 21

      Honor the men and women of the United States military and the American veterans at 11 a.m. in downtown Flagstaff.

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    4. 26th Annual Zuni Festival of Arts and Culture at Museum of Northern Arizona : Flagstaff

      May 28 to May 29

      www.musnaz.org

      After a four-year hiatus, the A:shiwi people will share Zuni language, arts and crafts, lifeways and traditional dances and flute music, and lessons about the shaping, forming and painting of traditional Zuni pottery.

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    5. Grand Canyon Half Marathon : Williams

      May 7

      www.grandcanyonhalfmarathon.com/

      Run on a dirt road through the Kaibab National Forest, and after the race, you can enjoy the park with your family and friends. The race starts at 7 a.m.

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    6. Steamy Saturday at Grand Canyon Railway : Williams

      May 7

      www.thetrain.com

      Take a train trip to the Grand Canyon and back powered by steam locomotive 4960, and fueled by waste vegetable oil, from 9:30 a.m. to 5:45 p.m.

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    7. Lake Powell Cruisers Cruisin' : Page

      May 6 to May 7

      928-645-9023 visitpagelakepowell.com/festivals-events-menu-item

      See classic cars and other vehicles at John C. Page Memorial City Park. Come out and chat with connoisseurs of all makes and models. Vendors and other concessions will be available.

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  • Western

    1. 14th Annual Historic Route 66 Race for Hospice : Kingman

      May 7

      928-757-0664 www.azkrmc.com/route_66_race.php/

      Starting at 7:30 a.m., take a 10K or 5K walk or run along Historic Route 66 and downtown Kingman to benefit Kingman Regional Medical Center Foundation.

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    2. 38th Annual Festival of the Arts : Kingman

      May 7 to May 8

      928-727-1909 www.gokingman.com/Upcoming-Events

      Kingman’s Route 66 Rotary Club Foundation presents more than 70 vendors of handmade arts and crafts, including paintings, ceramic and mixed media art, photography, jewelry, bead crafters, live entertainment, and food starting at 10 a.m.

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    3. 6th Annual Kingman Wine and Food Festival at Firefighter's Park : Kingman

      May 14

      www.kingmanwinefestival.com/

      Enjoy award-winning wines from Arizona wineries and food from local restaurants, and a car show benefitting Mohave Community College Foundation, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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    4. Sounds of Kingman : Kingman

      May 15

      928-715-0288 www.soundsofkingman.com/

      Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, coolers and enjoy a free concert in the park with some of the best music in Kingman that your money just can’t buy starting at 2 p.m.

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    5. Chillin’ on Beale Street : Kingman

      May 21

      928-897-6039 www.gokingman.com/event-chillin-on-beale-street-may21-2016

      Take part in an old-fashioned block party/car show, featuring a car show with dash plaques for all participating cars, raffles, poker walks and music provided by a DJ.

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    6. Memorial Day Program : Kingman

      May 30

      kvmt.org/

      Honor our veterans at Kingman Veterans Memorial starting at 9:30 a.m.

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    7. 2016 Lutes Summer Jazz Series : Yuma

      May 27 to August 19

      www.yumajazz.com

      This series of free events at Lutes Casino (221 S. Main Street) occurs every other Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. Featured jazz acts are Robby Carrillo, Jennifer Wayman, Jason & Elle, Bryan Stewart, Ernie Ortega and Jimmy Caves.

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