Arizona Events Calendar
Lake Pleasant hosts a competitive fishing tournament with six weigh-ins daily, seven payouts per hour, carp bow fishing, kids events, wildlife exhibits, live music and more.
The Museum of Northern Arizona presents ceramics, paintings, drawings, sculptures and conceptual art inspired by the traditions and landscapes of the ancient Hopi and Tewa villages of Northern Arizona.
Steele Indian School Park hosts 90 competitors preparing fresh salsa in “mild” and “hot” categories. Also features restaurants, businesses and individuals, a sampling contest, margaritas, live bands, a food court and more.
This 3-mile run/walk/party features a one-of-a-kind nighttime experience, along with a post-race party featuring music, refreshments and black-light dancing.
Allen Street hosts a salute to the men and women of the armed forces. Includes street entertainment, a USO canteen dance and a parade on Sunday.
Celebrate reading and literacy at the University of Arizona campus with 15 stage areas and visits by an estimated 400 authors and 200 exhibitors.
Celebrate the Sonoran Desert with live entertainment, food and informational booths, a photo contest and other demonstrations at Ajo Plaza Park. Free.
Karen Gust Schollmeyer discusses hunting and farming in the prehistoric Southwest in this lecture at the University Medical Center’s DuVal Auditorium.
Pinal County Fairgrounds presents displays, live entertainment, arts and crafts, auto displays, car races, 4-H and FFA livestock, animal exhibits, carnival rides and a petting zoo.
Old Tucson hosts a heritage celebration of the old Southwest, featuring flavors of Mexican, Native American, Chinese, African-American and cowboy cultures.