Arizona Events Calendar
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.
Cochise College hosts guided tours, field trips, seminars, vendors, displays, lectures, bat stalks, owl prowls, displays, arts and crafts, speakers and more.
Stop by Festival Marketplace every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and check out local produce growers, food-product producers, artisans and craftspeople.
Festival Marketplace features local produce growers, food-product producers, artisans and craftspeople on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Sedona Performing Arts Center hosts presentations by hummingbird experts in many areas of interest: science, gardening, photography, conservation and regional species studies and tours.
Arizona Broadway Theatre presents Peter Pan, the story of the mischievous boy who can fly, who never ages and who spends his never-ending childhood adventuring on the enchanting isles of Neverland as the undisputed leader of the Lost Boys.
Take a self-guided art tour of Central Phoenix galleries, art spaces and studios from 6 p.m. to 10 pm. Shuttle rides are free.
See pre-1981 cars, mining equipment, trucks, tractors, a parts exchange (swap meet), trophies and a raffle at Watson Lake State Park.
Yavapai College Performing Arts Center presents Dave Stamey, Mary Kaye and Kristyn Harris. Each will be complimented by other poets and musicians, 60-plus cowboy poets and old-time singers celebrating the oral traditions of the working cowboy with a blend of contemporary poetry and music.
Stop by the Pine Community Center Ramada for a pancake breakfast offered by the Knights of Columbus, vendors, food, music, antique cars and tractors, a Kids Kraft Korner, a craft festival and a door-prize drawing.