Thursday, November 15, 2018

Festivals

May 22-25

Round Valley Roundup

Ruin Tours, ATV Tours, Scenic Tours, petting zoo, Junior Rodeo, Free Movie, Food, Food, Too much going on to list.

May 14, 2011

12th Annual Great Fort Apache Reunion “Gathering of the People”

Saturday, May 14, 2011
12th Annual Great Fort Apache Reunion “Gathering of the People”
May 14, 2011 – 12th Annual Great Fort Apache Reunion “Gathering of the People”
Located at Nohwike’ Bagowa Museum at Fort Apache, AZ. Apache Song & Dance Competition, Battle of the Crown Dancers, Apache War Dance, Acorn Stew Tasting, 3-D Archery Fun Shoot Out. 4th Annual Raymond Endfield, Jr. Horseshoe Tournament. Smithsonian Institution: The Key Ingredients Exhibit. Food Stands and Arts & Crafts Booths. Registration opens at 7:00 a.m. All Dancers in Grand Processional at 10:00 a.m.
Contact Information: For more information call 928-338-4545, 928-338-1230, or 928-594-4599.
Times: 7:00AM – 5:00PM

May 29 2011 MAY 28

TAYLOR TRAPPER DAYS –

Activities include a patriotic program at the Taylor Veteran’s Memorial,

American Pit Bull/Terrier Weight Pulling Championships,

Barbecue,

Mutt Show,

Barrel Racing and Taylor Country Show and Dance.

Also included is a Free Breakfast and Trail ride Saturday morning. Bring your own horse, no studs. Meet on Pinedale road. 6am.

May 28 2011 Bush Valley Craft Fair Alpine 9-3 9-2 928-339-1999

June 4-5- 2011

Show Low Days 2011 Arts and Crafts Show, Business Expo, Good Food and Fun. Be there!

June 4-5 2011

Pow Wow in the Pines
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: Saturday, June 04, 2011
Jun. 4-5, 2011 – Pow Wow in the Pines
Jun. 4-5, 2011 – Pow Wow in the Pines
Located at Hon-Dah Resort Casino Conference Center in Pinetop. Grand entry Saturday at Noon & 7:00 p.m. Sunday Noon Only. Gourd Dancing Saturday and Sunday at 11:00 a.m. & 6:00 p.m. Arts & Crafts. Food booths.
Contact Information: For more information call Bobbie at 928-369-7586.

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Native America Arts Festival

The Pinetop-Lakeside Chamber of Commerce is hosting the 23rd Annual Native American Art Festival More than 50 of the Southwest’s finest American Indian artists will display and sell their handmade jewelry, paintings, rugs and other authentic Indian artwork ar the Blue Ridge High School, 1300 West White Mountain Blvd. This is a juried event (only handmade/handcrafted items allowed). The original artist must be present. Hours are Saturday (9:00 AM to 5:00 PM) and Sunday (9:00 AM to 4:00 PM). Admission is $5.00 at the Gate or $4.00 in Advance.

http://www.pinetoplakesidechamber.com/native_.asp

July 22-23 2011

SNOWFLAKE PIONEER DAYS CELEBRATION – A parade, arts and crafts fair, kid’s entertainment, along with a barbecue, dances, Pioneer Day run, softball and golf tournaments, free swimming, theatrical performances, a two-day rodeo and fireworks are all part of the fun. 536-4331 infor@snowflaketaylorchamber.org

The Hey Boyz

Aug 13-14 2011

High Mountain Music Festival

JOIN US AS WE CELEBRATE 20 YEARS OF BLUEGRASS MUSIC
IN THE COOL PINES OF ARIZONA’S BEAUTIFUL WHITE MOUNTAINS
at HON-DAH RESORT, CASINO &CONFERENCE CENTER
777 Highway 260 (Hwy 260 & 73), Pinetop, Arizona
Sponsored by
THE PINETOP-LAKESIDE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

http://www.pinetoplakesidechamber.com/bluegrass_.asp

Sept 23-25 2011

36th Annual Fall Artisan Festival

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The Pinetop-Lakeside Chamber of Commerce will host our 36th Annual Fall Artisan’s Festival, . Location -Mountain Meadow Recreation Complex on Woodland Road. Hours are 4 pm to 8 pm Friday, 9 to 5 pm Saturday, and 9 to 4 pm Sunday. The Fall Artisan’s Festival is a large arts and crafts show with over 150 artists in attendance. All arts and crafts must be handmade or handcrafted. Other events during the festival weekend are … Run to the Pines Car Show, Antique Show, Quilt Show and a 10K Run. Click on the “Advance Tickets” order tickets. For more information, please call the Chamber at (800) 573-4031.

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ere are limited RV camping spaces available for the Festival. Spaces are given out on a first come basis on when both the camping fee and RV Camping Permit is received. Click on the “Advance Tickets” butto to pay the camping fee and download the RV Camping Permit or Click on the “Tent” icon to download the RV Camping Permit.

September 3 2011

Taylor Sweet Corn Festival TBA

Taylor Sweet Corn Festival
Date: September 3, 2011
Town of Taylor Website

Event Description Arts & Crafts, Parade, Ranch Rodeo, BBQ and of course SWEET CORN!

Check back for more information on times and prices
Triathlon is coming to Snowflake/Taylor!
Whether its your 1st or 41st come join us this Labor day weekend to celebrate multisport style.
The Sweet Tri is being put on in conjunction with the Taylor Sweet Corn Festival. Its a sprint distance event – that means a 500 yd. swim (10 laps), 13.1 m. bike, finished off with a 5k (3.1 mile) run. You can do that! Don’t want to tackle it alone? Grab a buddy or two and sign up to do it as a relay team. Think of it as a great way to work off the bbq you know you’re going to pound later.

Oct 1 2011

6th Annual Woodland Wildlife Festival Festival Fun For Everyone

The Pinetop-Lakeside Chamber of Commerce & The White Mountain Nature Center Continues the Tradition of Festivals for You and Your Family http://www.pinetoplakesidechamber.com/wildlife_.asp

Oct 8 2011 9am-2pm

Harvest Festival Annual Snowflake Harvest Festival at Heritage Park in Snowflake’s Downtown Historic District. There will be arts & crafts, wagon rides to the Willis Family Farm Pumpkin Patch, entertainment for the children, pie eating contests and more.

Snowflake Harvest Festival
Date: October 8, 2011 Time: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Snowflake/Taylor Chamber of Commerce Website
Event Description
SNOWFLAKE HARVEST FEST- Annual Snowflake Harvest Festival at Heritage Park in Snowflake’s Downtown Historic District. There will be arts & crafts, wagon rides to the Willis Family Farm pumpkin patch, food, entertainment, and pie eating contests, and activities for children.

Sept 17th & 18th 2011

Oktoberfest Overgaard For information call 1-928-535-5777

November 27th Winterfest TBA

Town Christmas Lighting and Light Parade
Date: December 1, 2011 Time: 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Snowflake/Taylor Chamber Website

Event Description
12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS & ANNUAL CHRISTMAS LIGHTING
Christmas Light Parade starts at 6pm on 2nd West
Santa Visit will be at the Freeman Home after the Parade. Santa will be there with goodie bags for the kids.
Entertainment and Live Nativity. Nativity Sets Display in the LDS Main Street Chapel

Event Location
Snowflake, Az
Date/Time Information
Thursday, December 1st
6pm
Contact Information
Snowflake/Taylor Chamber of Commerce
send an email
Fees/Admission
Check schedule for any fees

Schedule to be out in mid November

September
For spectacular views of the White Mountains, hitch a summer ski lift ride at Sunrise Park Resort. Lift rides are offered from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Members of the White Mountain Apache Tribe stage a reenactment of the Civil and Apache wars at the Fort Apache parade grounds. Fort Apache was established as a military post in May 1870 and many tribal members served as Army Scouts. For more information, call (520) 338-1392

Fall Foliage Drive through Hannagans Meadow on the Coronado Trail from Alpine to Morenci.

October
Visitors can see the changing colors of fall up dose on one of two Fall Foliage Llama Hikes. Llama hikes are offered through the Pinetop-Lakeside Parks and Recreation Department and are a unique way to explore the nation’s largest stand of Ponderosa Pines.

December

The holiday season is always beautiful in the White Mountains. Pinetop-Lakeside holds its tree lighting ceremony at Woodland Lake Park. Round Valley kicks off its holiday season with the Holiday Light Parade. The lighted float parade travels down Main Street from Eagar to Springerville.

Show Low hosts its Christmas Tree Lighting at the Main Street Marketplace and the Electric Parade down the Deuce of Clubs.

Other holiday events to look for include St. Johns’ Living Christmas Tree Program,

Snowflake’s Sixth Annual Winter Wonderland and tree lighting ceremony, holiday concerts including the Messiah in Show Low and tours of homes decorated for the season.