Looking for July 4th fun? Check out our list of statewide celebrations!

Looking to celebrate the nation’s birthday this Fourth of July weekend? Activities abound not only here in the Valley of the Sun, but throughout the entire state.

The following list of activities was provided by the Arizona Office of Tourism.

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July 1-5: WINDOW ROCK: 29th Annual Navajo Nation 4th of July Celebration & PRCA Pro-Rodeo – rodeo, carnival, dance, concerts, arts and crafts sales and a fireworks show, 928-871-6647 or http://www.navajonationfair.com/

July 1-10/4: WICKENBURG: Hidden Treasures: Western Highlights from the University of Arizona Museum of Art, Western Highlights, Contemporary American Indian Visions, and Women Western Artists, from the vaults of University of Arizona Museum of Art. This partnership allows for rarely seen, and some previously never exhibited, works that are owned by the citizens of Arizona to be placed on public display, http://www.westernmuseum.org

July 2:  ANTHEM: 16th Annual Independence Day Celebration – Anthem Community Park, musical entertainment, a kids’ zone with water slides and inflatables, and face painting, food court with a beer garden, fireworks display at 9:30 p.m., event is 6-10 p.m., 623-742-6050 or http://www.OnlineAtAnthem.com

July 2: CROWN KING: Phoenix JC Commanchero Pony Express Run – Downtown Crown King, after noon Pony Express Riders arrive for an overnight on their way to their official delivery in Prescott, to kick off the rodeo, enjoy an evening of rubble rousing with real Arizona cowboys and the locals in the Crown King Saloon, for a good cause, buy a post card and send it with the horseback riders in the mail, benefits equine therapy children’s charity Horses Help of Cave Creek, the ride has generated millions for charity since its inception, 623-693-0978 or http://crownking.com/crown-king-attractions/

July 2: FLAGSTAFF: Summer Concert Series: The Yoties – Heritage Square, Los Coyotes is a three man band from Flagstaff, the best way to describe their sound is “Reggae with Attitude,” 5 p.m., http://www.heritagesquaretrust.org

July 2: MARYVALE: 2015 Light Up the Sky Festival – Maryvale Baseball Park, features various games, activities designed for youth of all ages, then fireworks, free, 6:30-9:30 p.m., 602-262-6275 or https://www.phoenix.gov/calendar/parks

July 2-23: GLENDALE: Glendale Summer Band Concert Series – Murphy Park Amphitheater, music lovers of all ages will be entertained by this community band of approximately 100 musicians with its renditions of marches, ballads and show tunes, free,  Thursdays, 8 p.m., 623-930-2299 or http://www.visitglendale.com/events/index.html

July 3: AHWATUKEE: 11th Annual Red, White and Boom Community Fireworks – Pecos Park, celebrating its 40th Anniversary with a fireworks celebration that reflects the family atmosphere of Ahwatukee, games for kids, food, craft beer, more than 50 vendors, Boom Room hospitality zone, live music, and NEW this year is the Oasis Lounge created at the Pecos Park pool, fireworks at 9 p.m., free, 5-10 p.m., 480-753-7676 or http://www.AhwatukeeChamber.com or http://www.hdeagency.com

July 3: CASA GRANDE: Fourth of July Celebration & Fireworks – Paul Mason Sportsplex, 7 p.m. relay races, bouncers, music, games, food and more, 9 p.m. fireworks show, 520-421-8677 or http://www.casagrandechamber.org

July 3: FLAGSTAFF: First Friday Art Walk presented by Flagstaff Cultural Partners – Historic Downtown Flagstaff, live music and refreshment, meet local artists, shop for original artwork, free, 6-9 p.m., 928-773-2300 or http://www.FlagstaffArtWalk.com

July 3: PHOENIX: Artlink First Fridays – self-guided art tour of central Phoenix, galleries, art spaces, studios, first Friday of each month, free shuttle rides, free, 6-10 p.m., 602-256-7539 or http://www.artlinkphoenix.com

July 3: PHOENIX: Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival – Ak-Chin Pavilion, with Slayer, King Diamond, Hellyeah and more, 1 pm, http://livenation.com

July 3: PHOENIX: The Django Festival All-Stars– Musical Instrument Museum, celebrating the gypsy-jazz music made famous by the legendary Django Reinhardt, $33-43, 7:30 p.m., 480-478-6000 or http://mimmusictheater.themim.org/concerts

July 3: SEDONA: 108th Army Band Performance – Uptown Sedona, Canyon Breeze Plaza, theme of this free performance is patriotic in nature, much of their repertoire consists of marches and patriotic songs, both traditional and contemporary, 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m., http://www.SedonaMainStreet.com

July 3: SHOW LOW: Annual Show Low Deuces Wild Rodeo – Village Arena, cowboys and cowgirls from Arizona and surrounding states compete in  events including bull riding, barrel racing, bareback riding, team roping, saddlebronc riding, and tie-down roping 7 p.m., 928-537-3883 or http://www.deuceswildrodeo.us/

July 3: WILLIAMS: World Series of Team Roping Qualifier – by Fuller Productions, 928-692-28465 or http://ExperienceWilliams.com

July 3-4: ALPINE: Alpine Area Artisans Display & Sale – Main Street, 10 a.m., http://www.alpinearizona.com

July 3-4: PAGE: 2nd Annual Page/Lake Powell Open Show Rodeo – Vermillion Cliffs Arena, exciting rodeo featuring top cowboys and cowgirls in the Bareback Riding, Steer Wrestling, Saddle Bronc Riding, Tie Down Roping, Ladies Barrel Racing, Ladies Break Away Roping, Sr. Break Away Roping, Bull Riding events, $10, free to children 4 and under and for Military with ID, 6 p.m., 928-522-3296

July 3-4: PAYSON: Independence Day Celebration – Green Valley Park, (10000 W. Country Club Drive), 8 a.m. patriotic ceremony, 1-4 p.m., kid games, 7 p.m., live music, 9 p.m., fireworks,  http://www.paysonrimcountry.com

July 3-4: PINETOP-LAKESIDE: 17th Annual “For the Love of Quilts” Show – HonDah Convention Center, features more than 100 handmade quilts on display and for sale, a vendors mall, $5, Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., 928-368-5567

July 3-4: TAYLOR: 61st Annual Taylor Independence Day Celebration & Night Rodeo – Taylor Rodeo Complex, a flag raising ceremony, firing of the anvil, a BBQ, rodeos, dances, patriotic program and fireworks, a 10K & 2-mile run, softball, Friday night cowboy poetry and country music, 928-536-7366 or http://www.snowflaketaylorchamber.org

July 3-5: FLAGSTAFF: 9th Annual Flagstaff Art in the Park – Fourth of July Arts & Crafts Festival – Wheeler Park, featuring tightly juried one-of-a-kind fine arts and fine crafts designed and shown by the exhibitor, food vendors, regional and local entertainers, bounce houses, and a petting zoo, free, Friday through Saturday, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m., Sunday 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., http://www.flagstaffartinthepark.com

July 3-5: HEBER-OVERGAARD: Independence Day Celebration – parade at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Festival in the Park at Tall Timbers Navajo County Park, with arts & crafts, food, entertainment, games, fireworks at Mogollon High School, 928-535-5777 or http://www.heberovergaard.org

July 3-5: HON-DAH: Sunrise 3-D Shoot – Sunrise Park Resort, competitive shoots and shoots for fun, 928-735-7669 or http://www.sunriseskipark.com

July 3-5: PINETOP-LAKESIDE: 40th Annual Fine Arts and Crafts Show – Orchard at Charlie Clark’s Restaurant, more than 70 artists show their work from the local community to Texas, New Mexico and California, quality juried artwork and unique crafts, music and food, silent auction, benefit, sponsored by the High Country Art Association, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., free, 480-980-3848 or http://www.highcountryartgallery.com

July 3-5: PRESCOTT: 35th Annual Prescott Rodeo Days Fine Arts & Crafts Show – Courthouse Plaza, a juried show featuring 150-plus juried on-site artisans and crafts persons from across the Southwest, music and entertainment, Friday and Saturday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., Sunday 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., 928-443-5220 or http://www.prescottdowntown.com

July 3-31: TUCSON: Cox Communications Presents Movies in the Park –  on rotating Fridays at Reid Park, DeMeester Performing Arts Pavilion, free, dusk, http://saaca.org/Cox_Movies_in_the_Park.html

July 4: ALPINE: Independence Day Celebration – 10 am parade along Main Street, 11 am games, vendors, worm races, Military exhibition at the rodeo grounds, 8:30 p.m. fireworks, 928-339-4330 or http://www.alpinearizona.com

July 4: BENSON: 4th of July Celebration – City Park, 9 a.m. parade, entertainment, 10:30 a.m. fire department water fights, food, live music, fireworks at dusk and a family dance at the Lion’s Park, free, 520-586-4293 or http://www.bensonvisitorcenter.com

July 4: BISBEE: Annual 4th of July in Bisbee – the day begins with world famous Coaster Race on Historic Tombstone Canyon at 8 a.m., later watch the traditional parade in the Warren section in Bisbee at 11 a.m., a big favorite is the traditional mining mucking and hard-rock drilling contest, 520-432-3554 or 8662BISBEEE or http://www.discoverbisbee.com

July 4: BUCKEYE: 4th of July Celebration – Youngker HS, Town of Buckeye in conjunction with the Main Street Coalition, food, music, family fun games and activities, 6-9:30 p.m., fireworks show begins at 9 p.m., free, http://www.buckeyeaz.gov/events

July 4: CHANDLER: Chandler’s 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular – Tumbleweed Park, park opens at 7 p.m., food, fireworks at 9 p.m., free, $5 per vehicle for on-site parking, 480-236-9123 or http://www.chandleraz.gov

July 4: CHANDLER: 3rd Annual Red, White & Rawhide – Rawhide, three stages, six bands including Grammy winner A.B. Quintanilla and Los Kumbia King All Starz; Chris Perez author of a bestselling book; American Idol winner, David Cook; country new comers The Electric Cowboys; pop country Caleche and regional favorites AZ TEX with a Southwestern flavor performing Latin, R&B, old school, and funk, fireworks, $19.75-30, 5-11 p.m., 480-502-5600 or http://www.rawhide.com

July 4: CLARKDALE: Firecracker Express – Verde Canyon Railroad, celebrate with a barbeque and patriotic music, 1 p.m., enjoy the town’s holiday parade down Main Street in the morning, 928-639-0010 or 800-293-7245 or http://www.verdecanyonrr.com

July 4: CLARKDALE: An Old Fashioned 4th of July – Clarkdale Park, 7 a.m. pancake breakfast, fire truck rides, Kids’ parade and parade at 9 a.m., then band begins to play patriotic music & old-fashioned picnic games & races, ice cream social, free, 7-11 a.m., http://www.clarkdale.az.gov/

July 4: EAGAR-SPRINGERVILLE: 103rd Annual Apache County Round Valley Rodeo – rodeo competition, bull riding & barrel racing competition, parade at 10 a.m., $10, rodeo at 1:30 pm, https://www.facebook.com/RoundValleyRodeo

July 4: FLAGSTAFF: 19th Annual 4th of July Parade – Historic Downtown, old-fashioned community parade, 100 entries include vintage vehicles, dancing, music, animals, floats, free, 9 a.m., 928-774-4505 or 800-842-7293 or http://www.flagstaffchamber.com

July 4: FLAGSTAFF: Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra Independence Day Concert – Ft. Tuthill, with support from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona and Coconino County, annual Independence Day symphony concert for an afternoon of music for the whole community, free, 2 p.m., http://www.flagstaffsymphony.org/

July 4: FLAGSTAFF: Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers – Pepsi Amphitheater, the Southwestern inspired alternative rock group will play all the hits and even songs from their latest album The Independent and be joined by special guest Cracker, 8 p.m., http://www.PepsiAmp.com

July 4: FLAGSTAFF: Movies on the Square: Macfarland USA – Heritage Square, enjoy Flagstaff summer weather, each event begins with entertainment from the community, music, and then the movies start at dusk, free, Saturdays, 5-10 p.m., http://flagdba.com/movies-on-the-square/

July 4: FLORENCE: Florence Freedom Fest – Heritage Park, family day events, horseshoe tournament, Florence “Fiery Salsa” challenge, red, white and blue family parade, pool activities, entertainment, vendors and fireworks show, 3-8:30 p.m., 520-868-7589 or http://www.visitflorenceaz.com/

July 4: FOUNTAIN HILLS: Fourth at the Fountain – Fountain Park, live entertainment, a live parachuting demonstration, bounce houses, beer garden, food, 5-10 p.m., $5, 480-836-4100 or http://www.experiencefountainhills.org

July 4: GLENDALE: 3rd Annual Westgate Firework Fest – Westgate Entertainment District, bring blankets or lawn chairs and relax in Fountain Park and WaterDance Plaza to celebrate the 4th with two music stages, fun activities and great eats from more than 20 restaurants, Westgate Firework Fest is free and family-friendly, free parking is available at all parking lots surrounding Westgate Entertainment District, 5 p.m., http://www.westgateaz.com/fourth

July 4: GOODYEAR: Star Spangled 4th of July Celebration – Goodyear Ballpark, food, fun & fireworks, live music, activities and concessions available for purchase, admission and parking are free, fireworks at 9, 6-10 p.m., 623-882-3120 or http://goodyearbp.com/Index.aspx?NID=136

July 4: JEROME: Jerome Art Walk – visit more than 30 of the unique art studios and galleries, meet the artists and see handcrafted art including jewelry, pottery, glass, leatherwork, clothing, paintings and sculpture and more made both locally and internationally, free, 5-8 p.m., http://www.jeromeartwalk.com

July 4: KAYENTA: 4th of July Rodeo – Kayenta Community Rodeo Grounds, includes all Indian Rodeo, Junior Rodeo, country western dances, roping classic, fireworks, wild horse race, http://www.kayentarodeo.com

July 4: KINGMAN: 4th of July Fireworks Show – Mohave County Fairgrounds, a family festival and fireworks show, games, contests, food and vendors, 3-9 p.m., 928-753-2636 or http://www.mcfafairgrounds.org

July 4: LAKE HAVASU CITY: Fireworks Over the Lake: 4th of July Fireworks – Thompson Bay/surrounding beaches and parks, as the sun goes down, watch the sky light up over Thompson Bay with fellow boaters, beach-goers and tailgaters, get to the viewing location early to celebrate the magic and wonder of the Fourth of July fireworks spectacular, fireworks begin a half hour after sundown, live simulcast on KNTR 980AM, free, 928-453-3444 or http://golakehavasu.com/events/details/1758

July 4: LITCHFIELD PARK: 4th of July Splash Bash – Litchfield Park Rec Center, water games and kids’ activities; DJ; pool safety info; and snack bar, $2, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., 623-935-9040 or http://www.litchfield-park.org

July 4: MARANA: Star Spangled Spectacular – Crossroads at Silverbell Park, have an All-American good time during the Town of Marana’s July 4 celebration, enjoy a day of family fun, including kids’ activities, food trucks and a music festival, the evening is topped off with a fireworks show, free, 5-9:30 p.m., http://www.marana.com

July 4: MESA: Arizona Celebration of Freedom – Downtown Mesa, entertainment, classic cars, motorcycles, beer gardens, art, music, patriotic displays and education games, family fun, “cool zones,” a venue for political candidates to share their views, fireworks on Saturday, free, 6-10:30 p.m., http://www.azcelebrationoffreedom.org

July 4: OATMAN: 24th Annual Sidewalk Egg Frying Challenge – and other eggciting events, prizes, free, noon, 928-768-7400 or 928-768-6222 or http://www.oatmangoldroad.org

July 4: ORO VALLEY: July 4th Celebration – James D. Kriegh Park, the town of Oro Valley hosts family-friendly activities, live entertainment food trucks and fireworks, enjoy fireworks from the Hilton El Conquistador starting at 9 pm (weather permitting),  5-9 p.m., free, https://www.orovalleyaz.gov/parksandrec/calendar/oro-valley-4th-july-celebration

July 4: PAGE: Fourth of July – a parade at 11 a.m. and activities in the park following, an Antique Tractor Pull behind the Big Water Trading Post (corner of Coppermine Road and Highwawy 98) all day, then fireworks over the lake, free, 11 a.m. – 8 p.m., http://www.visitpagelakepowell.com/

July 4: PEORIA: 2015 ARR Summer Series Race No.3 – Rio Vista Park, 4-mile race, the point series awards medals to the top three (3) overall run and top three (3) overall walk and to the following age groups (run only): 10 and under, 11-13, 14-17, 18-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75 and over, awards for the series are given at the Endless Summer Distance Classic in September, 6:30 a.m., 602-954-8341 or http://www.arizonaroadracers.com

July 4: PEORIA: 32nd Annual All American Festival – Peoria Sports Complex, family friendly activities including Water Zone, a  Kids Zone, food eating contests, a cornhole tournament, bounce houses, food concessions and several bottle beer offerings,  fireworks at 9:15 p.m., $5, 12 & under free, 5-10 p.m., 623-773-8700 or http://www.PeoriaSportsComplex.com

July 4: PHOENIX: 30th Annual Freedom Wireless Fabulous Phoenix Fourth – Steele Indian School Park, three stages of entertainment, Kids World area, classic car exhibit, refreshment vendors, free, 6-9:30 p.m., 602-262-6862 or http://www.phoenix.gov

July 4: PRESCOTT: Frontier Days Parade – Champions – Past and Present – Courthouse Plaza, celebrate the history and heritage and the pageantry of this annual tradition, 9 a.m., 866-407-6336 or http://www.worldsoldestrodeo.com

July 4: PRESCOTT: City of Prescott 4th of July Extravaganza – Pioneer Park, craft tents for kids, contests, carnival games and rides, water slide, bungee jumping, zip-lining, live music, food, free, carnival wrist band $15, noon – 10 p.m., 928-777-1349 or http://www.visit-prescott.com

July 4: SCOTTSDALE: 4th of July at WestWorld – a cool family-friendly wonderland inside air-conditioned Tony Nelssen Equestrian Center’s North Hall, featuring a super kid’s play zone, bull riding show, StuntMasters BMX Big Air Half pipe Show, Grand Prix Gatsby-era Racing (ages 16 & up), Frozen 4th Spectacular with appearances by Ana & Elsa, a performance by Arizona’s Own 108th Army Band “Saguaro Brass,” food, doors open to traditional fireworks at night, 866-977-6849 or http://www.WestWorldAZ.com

July 3: SCOTTSDALE: Independence Day Music Festival – Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, Salt River Fields at Talking Stick featuring Wilco with Dr. Dog and the largest fireworks show in the Valley, 480-270-5000 or http://www.saltriverfields.com/

July 4: SEDONA: July 4th Laser Light Show and Concert – Sedona Red Rock High School, have a picnic on the cool grass and listen to an upbeat live concert and water games, field opens at 10 a.m., bring a blanket or chair, food available or bring your own, a 15-minute patriotic themed laser light show will begin at the bottom of each hour in the Performing Arts Center, (10:30, 11:30 a.m., 12:30, 1:30 p.m.), free, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., http://www.SedonaAZ.gov/Park

July 4: SHOW LOW: Arizona Freedom Fest – parade at 9 a.m. along the Deuce of Clubs, kids games & activities, concert food, and fireworks, 3 p.m., 928-532-4140 or http://www.showlowaz.gov/recreation

July 4: SIERRA VISTA: 48th Annual 4th of July Celebration – Veterans Memorial Park, 4th annual pets & people promenade, military displays, arts & crafts vendors, “Salute to the Union,” fireworks display at 8:05 p.m., free, 520-417-6960 or http://www.visitsierravista.com

July 4: SUPERIOR: Dragonfly Walk – Boyce Thompson Arboretum, parents and kids can learn to identify colorful dragonfly species during a one-hour walk, $5-10, 9:30 a.m., 520-689-2811 or http://arboretum.ag.arizona.edu

July 4: SURPRISE: 32nd Annual 4th of July Celebration – Surprise Stadium, fireworks will follow the Rookie League Baseball Game, gates open at 4:30 p.m., game at 5:30 p.m., fireworks at 8:30 p.m., free admission with a canned food donation, 623-222-2000 or http://www.surpriseaz.com/specialevents

July 4: TEMPE: July 4th Tempe Town Lake Festival – Fireworks Spectacular, concert event stage, live music, inflatable kid’s Ride village, vendors, water fun and games for the family, $5-8, 4-11 p.m., 480-350-5189 or http://www.tempe4th.com

July 4: TOMBSTONE: Family Style 4th of July – Medigovich Field, softball tournament, street entertainment, games, food, city fireworks at dusk, free, 8:30 a.m., 520- 457-3106 or http://www.tombstoneweb.com/

July 4: TUBAC: Old-Fashioned Fourth of July Celebration – Tubac Presidio State Historic Park, of an assortment of free games for the kids including hula hoops, water balloon and bean bag toss, coin guess, and others, kids can make authentic adobe bricks to take home, free hot dogs, nachos, watermelon, and lemonade, “squirt-down” courtesy of the Tubac Fire Department, free, 10 a.m. – noon, http://www.azstateparks.com or http://www.tubacaz.com

July 4: TUBAC: Tubac Golf Resort’s July 4th Celebration – family event with fireworks at 8:45 pm, at 4 pm a Kid’s Zone, Southern Arizona’s longest inflatable obstacle course, face painting, kid’s games, food booths and entertainment, $10/car, 520-398-3521

July 4: TUCSON: 7th Annual Fourth of July 5K Freedom Run/Walk – Golf Links Sports Complex Ramada No. 3, benefits the That Others May Live Foundation. Registration begins 5:30 a.m., http://taggrun.com/fourth-of-july-5k-freedom-runwalk-2/

July 4: TUCSON: Cool Summer Nights at the Desert Museum: Full Moon Festival – Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, the moon has long been an inspiration for artists from all different cultures and tonight the Arts – visual art, music and poetry – take center stage, as the sun sets and the moon rises, take a leisurely stroll around the grounds, enjoy live musical performances in three unique venues, including one especially for children, free with admission, 5-10 p.m., http://desertmuseum.org

July 4: TUCSON: First Saturdays Concert Series: Way Out West – Catalina State Park, country, on the first Saturday of the month, enjoy an evening concert at the Trailhead with standard park admission, bring a chair and your own food and water, concerts will be canceled during severe weather, sponsored by the Friends of Catalina SP, free popcorn, $7 per vehicle (up to four adults), 6:30 p.m., http://www.azstateparks.com

July 4: TUSAYAN: 37th Annual Happy Birthday USA – parade at 2:30 p.m., beer garden and band Stylus from 3-7 p.m., a kid zone and kid bike decorating contest for the parade, live and silent auction, 928-638-2901

July 4: WELLTON: 4th of July Fireworks – Butterfield Park, food booths and fireworks at dark, 928-785-3348 or http://www.town.wellton.az.us

July 4: WILLIAMS: Steamy Saturday at Grand Canyon Railway – train trip to the Grand Canyon and back, powered by steam locomotive 4960, and fueled by waste vegetable oil, five classes of service, begins at $75, 9:30 a.m. – 5:45 p.m., http://www.thetrain.com

July 4: WILLIAMS: Hometown 4th of July Parade – an “All American Holiday” with one of the biggest parades in Northern Arizona at 6 p.m., http://www.ExperienceWilliams.com

July 4: WINSLOW: Winslow Fireworks Display – 8-10 p.m. 928-289-2434 or http://www.winslowarizona.org

July 4: WINSLOW: Sunset Hike – Homolovi State Park, join a Park Ranger, hike about 4.25 miles on sandy trails to Dine Point and back, wear sturdy walking shoes and bring water and a flashlight, check-in at visitor center by 5 p.m., day-use fee required, hike starts at the park’s campground, 928-289-4106 or http://www.azstateparks.com/Parks/HURU

July 4: YUMA: 29th Annual Independence Day Flag Raising Ceremony – Caballerhttp://www.azstateparks.com/Parks/HURUo Park, includes a military color guard & firing party, patriotic music & speaker, 928-343-1715 or http://www.caballeros.org

July 4-5: FLAGSTAFF: 82nd Annual Hopi Festival of Arts & Culture – Museum of Northern Arizona, meet Hopi master & emerging artists, Hopi social dances, taste traditional foods, walk the nature trail with a guide of native plants & their uses, learn about the Hopi values of humility, cooperation, respect, land and earth stewardship, $4-7, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., 928-774-5213 or http://www.musnaz.org

July 4-5: PINE: 35th Annual Pine-Strawberry Arts & Crafts Festival – Pine Community Center, 75 arts & crafts booths, food, free, Sat 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Sun 8 a.m.–4 p.m., 928-476-4480 or http://www.paysonrimcountry.com or http://www.pinestrawhs.org/

July 4-25: SHOW LOW: Show Low Main Street Farmers’ Market & Art Walk – Festival Marketplace, featuring local produce growers, food product producers, artisans and craftspeople, entertainment, Saturdays, Note: due to conflicting events on Saturday, July 4, market hours will be delayed from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. to noon – 4 p.m., 928-532-2680 or http://www.showlowfarmersmarket.com

July 5: FLAGSTAFF: July Evening Concert – The Arboretum at Flagstaff,  in the gardens under the shade of the cool pines, bring a picnic dinner, beer and wine for sale, this month features Banditos a group of six operating out of Nashville, appropriates elements of ’60s blues-fused acid rock, jangly boogie, garage punk, from backwoods bluegrass, to slinky nods to Muscle Shoals soul and unexpected bits of doo-wop sweetness, $14-18, 5:30-7 p.m., 928-774-1442 or http://www.thearb.org

July 5: KINGMAN: Hualapai Mountain Park – Craft, Antique & Art Fair – Hualapai Mountain Park, every first Sunday of July & August, beat the heat and travel up the mountain to Rec. Area No. 1, free, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m., 928-681-5700 or http://www.gokingman.com

July 5: QUEEN CREEK: Summer Sangria Socials – Queen Creek Olive Mill, sip on a variety of four homemade Sangrias, live music by Notes from Neptune, free, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m., http://www.queencreekolivemill.com

July 5: SCOTTSDALE: 7th Annual Tri-Family Racing JCC Scottsdale Firecracker Adult & Youth & Triathlon –  for all ages and abilities, Adult Mini Triathlon: 250-yard swim, 9.5 mi bike, 2 mile run; Adult Maxi Triathlon: 500 yd swim, 12.6 mi bike, 2 mi run; Adult Maxi Duathlon: 2mi run, 9.5 mi bike, 3 mi Run; Youth Triathlon: 100 yd. swim, 3.1 mi bike; 1/2 mi run; adult two or three person tri-relay, 7:30 a.m., 928-636-9780 or http://www.trifamilyracing.com

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