Arizona Events Calendar
Enjoy a spring day with the family at Agua Linda Farm, including baby animals, picnic lunches, a bounce house and Easter-egg hunts for kids.
This festival features the crowning of a King and Queen Chihuahua, exciting Chihuahua races, music, food and entertainment. Free.
This event celebrates "upcycled" materials and Prescott’s riparian treasures, and benefits the Prescott Creeks Preservation Association.
Bell Rock Plaza supports the arts by presenting artists with paintings, leather, jewelry, wood, metal, fountains, carvings and Native American art.
WestWorld of Scottsdale and the American Saddlebred Association of Arizona feature shows of several different breeds of horses. Free.
Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village celebrates the holiday with Mexican dishes, world-class musicians and the Second Annual Great Sedona Chili Cook-Off.
Arizona’s premier community street-painting event enables artists of all ages and abilities to create a weekend museum of pavement chalk art.
Historic Florence Street presents live entertainment, a classic car show and arts and crafts exhibition. This month features Summer Splash with family-friendly, water-based activities and music.
The Clarkdale train depot staff leads 20-minute tours showcasing historic railroad engines and cars. Exhibits and tours feature railroad-themed displays, reps from local attractions, live music, a presentation by Liberty Wildlife Raptor Rescue and a barbecue lunch.
Prepare for a day of wildlife-based activities at Green Valley Park. Parents and kids can fish, play games and get a close-up look at wildlife. There will be booths from a variety of conservation groups, and Green Valley Lake will receive more than double its usual stocking of trout in preparation for this event. Free.