Arizona Events Calendar
Arizona State Museum’s exhibit explores the work of Edward S. Curtis in Arizona. From 1903-28, the famed photographer of the American West created iconic images of Native peoples at the start of the 20th century.
Open-House Tastings; Through August 31; Skull Valley; 928-442-4337
Barnstar Brewing Co., a microbrewery in Skull Valley near Prescott, offers $10 tastings of four beers, along with regular pours, on Saturdays from noon to 5 p.m. during the summer.
Take a 90-minute trip back to those special days of rock ‘n’ roll with music and memories provided by Tom Tayback and the Daddy O’s.
Downtown Camp Verde celebrates summer with live bluegrass music, a beer garden, food, family activities, vendors, a farmers market, a corn-eating contest and more. Free.
More than 80 independent short, feature and documentary films from all over the world, including the best from Arizona filmmakers. The event also includes after parties with live music, workshops, panel discussions and a wine-tasting event.
Enjoy “a whole lot of cowboy goin’s on,” in uptown Sedona with live performances by gunslingers, ropers, bullwhip-crackers and historical re-enactors. Listen or dance to live Western music, and watch traditional cowboy tradesmen demonstrations and Western artists at work.
The Prescott Regulators and Their Shady Ladies and a gathering of award-winning Western re-enactment groups from all over the West compete in historic skits and gunfights. Included in the festivities is a period costume contest with authentic 1800s clothing, and vendors from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Prescott Area Iris Society presents hundreds of iris varieties for sale. Come early for the best selection.
Apple Annie’s opens its gates to locavores for picking tree-ripened peaches and apples, or partake of an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast, peach ice cream or peach pie, from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Rebecca Orozco discusses "L'Frontera: A History of the Borderlands in Cochise County" at University Medical Center's DuVal Auditorium.