Posts tagged small wonders
Arizona Copper Art Museum, "CU" There!

Today, Arizona is the largest copper-producing state in the U.S., heaving up 60-70 percent of the nation’s output. The state may be better known for the Grand Canyon, but a copper star rightfully has pride of place in the center of the state flag. Celebrating this heritage is the Copper Art Museum in Clarkdale (a former smelting town near Jerome), which traces the metal’s pedigree around the world and through the millennia, presenting galleries filled floor to ceiling with thousands of objects from the past 500 years. 

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Walkin' On Main: the Complete Guide to the Verde Valley's Celebration of Historic 89A

With live music, retail and art vendors, local wine and classic cars taking over Main Street, the day is a true celebration of the Historic 89A and the Verde Valley. 

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Head North for Octo-boo! & Fall Fun

The fall season is upon us, and Northern Arizona is active with an array of fantastic fall fun, family-friendly festivals, spooky trails, and costume contests for all ages. This is a great time of year to explore Arizona and experience some of the best this season has to offer in a new community. Head north for Octo-boo! fun and enjoy the cool, crisp weather, hay rides, pumpkin patches, and all that autumn brings.

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Sedona Winefest - Raise a Glass to the Start of Fall in Northern AZ

One more reason to visit Northern Arizona: the 2017 Sedona Winefest is just around the corner! Featuring premier Arizona wine, food, workshop, music, and tons of fun, it's the perfect event to kick off the fall season.

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