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  • Benson Theater
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  • Arizona Folklore Preserve

    IntroductionThe story of the Arizona Folklore Preserve is the story of a dream-come-true for Mr. Dolan Ellis, Arizona's Official State Balladeer. Dolan wanted a place where the songs and stories celebrating Arizona and our western heritage and culture could be performed and ...

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  • Stampede RV Park

    Located in Cochise County of southeast Arizona, within a few miles of the Dragoon Mountains and the San Pedro River, Stampede RV Park is an owner-managed RV park offering a clean and neat campground for families enjoying camping in Tombstone. You'll find a safe and quiet env...

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  • The Blue Opal Art Gallery

    We are dealers for the following manufacturers: * DIAMOND PACIFIC * BARRANCA * LORTONE * EUROTOOL * VIGOR * MK In Stock: Rock Saws, Tumblers, Grinders/Polishers, Arbors, Saw Blades, Diamond Wheels, Optivisors, Abrasive Belts, Grits, Polishes, Templates, Cutting Oil, Silver...

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  • Sierra Vista Symphony Orchestra

    Mission:The Sierra Vista Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1995 to increase cultural opportunities locally by bringing the finest quality music to the residents of Cochise County. Additionally, to collaborate with schools and community organizations to enhance music educatio...

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  • Big Horn Galleries - Tubac

    About Us The gallery was established in 1982 in Cody, Buffalo Bill's town in the Rockies, and is located downtown across the street from the historic Irma Hotel. Cody is located 50 miles east of Yellowstone National Park. Because of the western history, natural beauty and ab...

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  • Cobalt Fine Arts Gallery

    About Us Cobalt offers a fine selection of paintings, sculpture, art glass & ceramics by artists including Natasha Isenhour, Jack Wahl, James Dougherty, Bob Canning, Dora Brockie, Virginia Stonebarger, Zachary Jorgenson, Jeff Skelley, Louis Recchia, Wanda Hein, Adin Sha...

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  • Rogoway Turquoise Tortoise Gallery

    About Us We're a gallery dedicated to the artist and the promotion of art and jewelry for sophisticated tastes. Come browse through our web pages; enjoy the colorful images of our paintings, the curves and line of our sculptures and glass, the uniqueness of our jewelry and t...

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  • Feminine Mystique Art Gallery

    About Us The Feminine Mystique Art Gallery represents over 85 female artists. The gallery has pottery, glass, wood, watercolor, acrylic, oils, as well as cards and jewelry. The Feminine Mystique carries some of the best fused glass and original art around. In season the gal...

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  • Otero Gallery

    About Us Otero Gallery is located in the heart of the historical Village of Tubac. Opened in 1995 the gallery features: Original Art, Sculpture, Pottery, Jewelry, Fine Crafts. Showcasing stunning exhibitions throughout the year by gallery artists....

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  • K Newby Gallery & Sculpture Garden

    About Us Karin Newby Gallery - Art for the discerning collector. Paintings - Sculpture Garden - Jewelry - Furniture. The Karin Newby Gallery is proud to offer beautiful contempory art by well known Southwestern artists and exciting new emerging artists....

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  • Tubac Center Of The Arts

    About Us Local artists and other community leaders founded the Santa Cruz Valley Art Association (SCVAA) in 1963. In 1972 SCVAA built and dedicated the Tubac Center of the Arts (TCA). Since that time, TCA has provided a venue for encouraging and attracting artistic activity...

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  • Santa Cruz County Fair And Rodeo Association

    In 2007 we celebrate our 92nd Anniversary of the Rodeo and Santa Cruz County Fair. The facility is owned and operated by its membership. Annual membership dues are $15 for individuals and $30 for a family. Being a member allows you free admission to our annual Association sp...

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  • Colossal Cave Mountain Park

    Colossal Cave Mountain Park is home or refuge to hundreds of species of mammals, birds, and reptiles and who knows about the moths, butterflies, beetles, and other invertebrates?Among the mammals, Pack Rats, Deer Mice, Spotted Skunks, Striped Skunks, Ringtails, Foxes, Badger...

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  • The Pioneer Home Museum

    The collapse of the Cornish mining industry caused many to join the mass emigration to the United States. Among these miners was Frank Garland, who arriving from Redruth in 1874, mined in California before moving to the new camp in Tombstone soon after its founding in 1878. ...

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  • Belleza Fine Art Gallery

    Belleza is Bisbee, Arizona’s premier art gallery featuring the works of over 20 artists. Visitors to The Belleza, located on historic Old Bisbee’s Main Street, will enter a newly restored gallery that typifies the wonderful feel of Bisbee at the turn of the 20th ...

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  • Bobby Joe's Irish Pub
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  • The Grand Theatre

    The Mission of the Grand Theatre is to foster Cultural, Educational and Economic Development in the Greater Douglas Community....

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  • We Frame It

    We Frame It!™ was established in 1981 at its current location, 241 Fry Blvd (1 mile east of the Ft. Huachuca main gate) in Sierra Vista, Arizona. We take pride in serving our community and are certified professional picture framers...

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  • Huachuca Art Association

    The Sierra Vista Huachuca Art Association is a non-profit organization of over 300 members committed to encouraging and promoting artistic growth in the community with a major emphasis on the visual arts.Among the many activities the association sponsors are workshops, schol...

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  • Sierra Vista Ballet

    About Us: Preparations for the theater: The Sierra Vista Ballet designs and paints its own 45x25 ft stage drops. In addition, it has the equipment to create and produce the dozens of special effect devices that enhance the shows. Also in place is the capability to design an...

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  • Buena Performing Arts Center
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  • The Old Bisbee Repertory Theater
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  • Community Performing Arts Center

    About the CenterThe Community Performing Arts Center is under the management of the Community Performing Arts Center Foundation through a lease agreement with Pima County. The Center consists of six buildings totaling over 25,000 sq. ft. on approximately 4.5 acres with panor...

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  • Metamorphosis Art Gallery

    About Us : Established in 2003, Metamorphosis Gallery shows paintings, prints, sculpture, fine art photography, stained glass, fine woodwork, metalwork, and ceramics by local and regional artists. The spacious gallery is located in historic downtown Patagonia, Arizona i...

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  • Bisbee Mining and Historical Museum

    Once known as "The Queen of the Copper Camps", Bisbee nestles among the Mule Mountains of southeast Arizona, world renowned for its diverse minerals and wealth of copper. Although its mines closed in the 1970s, the town's legacy has been preserved not only in its architectur...

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  • Fort Huachuca Museum

    Fort Huachuca, an army base at the mouth of Huachuca Canyon just west of Sierra Vista, was established in 1877. The buildings of the old post have been declared a National Historic Landmark, and one is now a museum dedicated to the many forts that dotted the Southwest in the...

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  • Cochise County Fair Association

    About UsThe Cochise County Fair Association is a privately owned non-profit organization whose mission is to promote the people and products of Cochise County, Ariz., by providing a venue for the exposition of their cultural heritage, economic possibilities, and the educatio...

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  • Pima County Fair

    History:    As the Introduction of the following document describes, the history of the Pima County Fair was written in preparation for the Fair's Centennial Celebration in 2011.  Periodic updates have been inserted into the original writings in order to maintain an up-t...

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  • Hilltop Gallery & Arts Education Center

    Hilltop Gallery, operated by Patrons of the Arts, Inc. a 501(c)3 not for profit corporation, is located just east of the corner of Marina and Sage Streets on Hilltop Drive in Nogales, Arizona. Hilltop Gallery is open 12:30 to 4:30 every day.The mission of the Patrons of the ...

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  • The Santa Cruz Shoestring Players

    Our Mission:To bring together a group of volunteer theater lovers who will work to maintain an established non-profit community theater group that is open to all members of the community and produces a season of quality theater performances each year.Who We Are:The Santa Cru...

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  • Bisbee Blues Festival

    History:The Bisbee Blues Festival started as a small grassroots effort. Its popularity helped it grow each year. Now in its 8th year, the Bisbee Blues Festival continues to mature and grow. Three years ago, the festival moved to historic Warren Ballpark, in the Warren Distri...

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  • Patagonia Fall Festival
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  • Tombstone Western Music Festival
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  • Queen Mine Tour

    Outfitted in hard hat, miner's headlamp and a yellow slicker, thousands of Bisbee visitors descend into the Queen Mine Tour each year heading underground and back in time.Tour guides, retired Phelps Dodge employees, lead the group 1,500 feet into the mine and recount mining ...

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  • National Audubon Society : Appleton-Whittell Research Ranch

    Mission and GoalsThe mission of The Research Ranch is to formulate, test, and demonstrate methods to restore and safeguard the bioregion, and provide assistance to citizens and policy-makers in the protection and stewardship of our native ecosystems, natural resources and qu...

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  • Bird Cage Theatre

    About us:On December 25, 1881 the Bird Cage Theater opened, and in 1882 the New York Times reported that "the Bird Cage Theatre is the wildest, wickedest night spot between Basin Street and the Barbary Coast.The Bird Cage' is a national tourist attraction that is open to the...

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  • Bisbee Restoration Museum

    Our Mission: Our primary mission is to preserve our historic building and contents. This is accomplished by striving to maintain the building and conserve the contents using the best conservation practices available. To keep the history of this unique area availabe to our ...

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  • Coronado National Memorial

    About the Memorial: Grace Marion Sparkes: "Mother of Coronado National Memorial, The memorial also preserves a wide array of plant and animal life native to the Southwest the park include visiting the museum; hiking, bird watching, picnicking and spelunking.visitors can v...

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  • Henry F. Hauser Museum

    About the Museum:Henry F. Hauser Museum founded in 2000 is named for Henry “Hank” Hauser, former college football star, avid golfer, career soldier, city council member and city magistrate, school board member and former mayor of Sierra Vista.The museum experienc...

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