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Last Minute 4th of July in Arizona

PEORIA- 4th of July All American Festival Enjoy great entertainment on multiple stages, Kid Zone, Water Zone, F-16 flyover, hot dog eating contest, plus plenty of family friendly activities. Fireworks start at 9:15 pm. No alcohol or glass containers allowed into the event. Beer and concessions will be available for purchase. Peoria Sports Complex, July 4th, […]

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Blazin M’ Ranch Father’s Day

Want to try something different for father’s day this Sunday June 17th? How about a”Murder Mystery Dinner Theater”? The Blazin’ M Ranch of  the Verde Valley, a local favorite for family entertainment and good eats, is partnering up with Cliff Castle Casino and Arizona Stronghold winery to present this exciting and hilarious show on father’s […]

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Kayaking Adventures in Prescott

Most people who live in the Metro Phoenix area are not aware that Prescott is a reservoir of lake adventures. Less than 100 miles away from Downtown Phoenix is a secret land of glass lakes, mellow rivers and streams and a entirely different way to explore our backyard. The treasure that Arizona’s nature provides continues […]

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The Grand Canyon State (a.k.a The Valentine State) turns 100 years on February 14, 2012, and you bet there’s a lot of celebrating going on. From parades and festivals to lectures and outdoor adventures, Arizonans are celebrating all that makes Arizona the great state that it is. With such a rich cultural history and diversity […]

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Arizona is proud to present Fourth of July 2011 events all around the state. Here’s a vibrant burst of Arizona 4th of July events, listed by region or city, exploding all over our great state: (All events below will occur on Monday, July 4, 2011 unless otherwise noted.) Northern Arizona Grand Canyon – No fireworks […]

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I recently stopped into the Donut Hole in Prescott Valley on my way back to the Valley. It was 11ish; I had just come out of a long morning meeting and, while not quite ready for lunch, had a yen to pick up something sweet, something in a brown paper bag, something I could dig […]

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Come to Arizona this winter! Where else can you play golf and snowboard IN THE SAME DAY?!? Read on for Arizona winter vacation tips for Flagstaff, Sedona, Prescott and Scottsdale, including ideas on annual events, what to do, what to pack and typical weather and temperatures for each area. Flagstaff Top Reasons to Visit in […]

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When we were kids, my sister and I loved the 1980 PBS series Cosmos with Carl Sagan. Something about his deep, soothing voice and that gold cordoroy blazer just drew us in. Well, that, and the fact that as daughters of a NASA spokesperson and an accomplished teacher, we were reared on a steady diet […]

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Dear Arizona Travel. So I’m writing because I’m looking for a family reunion location and Arizona would be a nice central location. We were going to go to a lake in Idaho, but it is too hard to get to. We need a place that is similar to [name redacted] in that it is economical […]

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After my recent post about Prescott pumpkin festivals and other fall things to do, I just had to see the Freeman Farms Pumpkin Festival for myself.  And boy am I glad I did!  It was so much fun, charging into the pumpkin patch to find the perfect pumpkin to take home, watching the informative Saddlebred […]

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