Arizona Events Calendar
Red Rock Native Artist Guild Arts Festival; May 24-25; Winslow; 928-613-8001
Native American artists from Northern Arizona and New Mexico showcase their work at Winslow's Eagle Pavilion. Also includes entertainment and food vendors.
Payson Event Center hosts the Southwest’s largest celebration of adventure sports. ATV trail rides, an ATV rodeo, a mountain-bike race, a 5K trail run and more.
Children can learn how food is produced. Activities include train rides, corn-husking and watermelon-eating contests, crafts, food samples, farm-themed games and more.
Watch the Arizona Junior Rodeo Year-End Finals. Prizes will be awarded to top competitors.
A baker and his wife set out to remove a curse placed on them by a beguiling witch in this enchanted tale of growth and self-discovery at Arizona Broadway Theatre.
Music in the Garden Spring Concert Series; June 7, 14, 21 and 28; Phoenix; 480-481-8188
www.dbg.org. Enjoy desert beauty and a variety of sounds of the Valley’s premier musicians at Desert Botanical Garden. Reservations recommended.
There’s muddy fun for the whole family at Chaparral Park. The main mud obstacle course is for teenagers and adults; there are separate courses for ages 6 and under and ages 7 to 12.
Pine Community Center displays more than 100 quilts at the ramada. The exhibit also includes wearable quilted work, quilts from around the state, a quilt raffle, a boutique of items made by quilters, and a demonstration of the old-fashioned treadle sewing machine.
Los Abrigados Resort and Spa celebrates all things bluegrass at this annual festival. Food and snacks will be available.
The best in performing and cultural arts, including Native American hoop-dancing, modern dance, physical theater, circus arts, martial arts and more. Also includes entertainment for kids.