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Sunday, September 1, 2013

New Header/Upcoming Events in AZ

(Header pic is my sketch of Mark Twain.)

The Fall season of events in Arizona is about to begin. Make your travel plans to attend one or more or all of the events for Great Fun, Excitement, and Educational Experiences.

Sep 6-8 - Route 66 Days Charity Car Show, Flagstaff. Enjoy the High Country and see a bunch of old cars that aren't ready for the trash pile yet.

Sep 7 thru Dec 22 - The Last of the Great Expeditions: Navajo Country in the 1930's, Smold Museum, 147 N. Arizona Ave, Prescott. A pile of educational material from the Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition (1933-38). Gasp, gasp! So much educational stuff! Whew-ee.

Sep 14 - Native American Art Auction at Ganado at the Hubbell Trading Post, an experience in itself. Takes you back to those days.

Sep 14 - Riding the Rim Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Prescott at the Phippen Museum. Fine poetry, fine fun, fine readings and fine singing.

Sep 21 - Fall Gathering, Prescott. Live cowboy music, live chow down at a Western barbecue, and other fine, live activities.

Sep 21 - Iris Rhizome Sale, Tucson The Iris Society offers thousands of rhizome and potted Irishmen (No, that's Iris) for sale at Harlow Gardens, 5620 E. Pima St. Potted Irishmen, HAHAHAHA!

Sep 27-28 - Standin' on the Corner Fesitval, Winslow, at the Standin' on the Corner Park. Music, Arts, Crafts, and a fire truck-tug competition. Imagine that! How they goin' to git them tugboats into thet park? (Chuckle, chuckle)

Sep 28 - Fiesta Sahuarita, Sahuarita, a beautiful small town in Southern AZ. 19th annual birthday celebration with music, games, etc. A fine little place to have a fine little fiesta and a fine little margarita or two.

Through October 20 - Trappings of the American West  at the Phippen Museum in Prescott. Featuring more than 80 artists from 14 States. Wow-ee! Lotsa pikchers to luk at and chuse frum.

See ya thair or thar or there!

(Thanks to the AAA Magazine, Highroads for these dates and events.)

6 comments:

  1. Never a dull moment over there, I see. Thanks for the roundup and the nifty drawing of Twain.

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    1. There's always something going on. Thanks, Ron.

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  2. won't be making it this year. Someday again, though.

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    1. Maybe next year, Charles, or the next.

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  3. Great sketching, Oscar. At 43 (and inspired by Kyle J. Knapp) I've taken up drawing and it looks terrible. But I'm still trying and even bought a book by Philip Berrill called Sketching: the easy way. So, hopefully, I will improve. Enjoying the hell out of the pastime though.

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  4. David, Good luck on the drawing! You'll have to post some when you think you are ready. I don't do enough of it to get very professional, just a fun pastime.

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