Wednesday Hardscrabble programs are brought to you collaboratively by Gila County Historical Society in Globe, and Bullion Plaza Cultural Center & Museum in Miami. Programs are always free, although donations help us to bring the programs to you, and to help pay our utilities.
The Copper City Classic Vintage Base Ball Tournament returns for its 9th year on April 7th and 8th, 2018. This year’s tournament honors the African American base ball players that played at Warren Ballpark as members of teams while serving in the United States Army during the first four decades of the 20th century.
Boots to Business Reboot is a two-step training program that provides participants an overview of business ownership as a career vocation, an outline and knowledge on the components of a business plan, a practical exercise in opportunity recognition, and an introduction to available public and private sector resources.
"A Hundred Years, A Hundred Stories" Join this mining town to celebrate a century of Arizona history. Even if you don't call Miami your home, you will want to share in the celebration. With 100 years of history, there is a lot to learn, see and enjoy.
History in Globe/Miami is typically spoken about in terms of mining, but there is more to this areas history than that. Join the conversation on how Irish-Americans played a strong roll in Globe/Miami's history.
Being part of the STP (Same Ten People) in your hometown can be taxing. Join us to learn what successful people are doing to avoid burnout and find the ever elusive "balance" in life.
With 800 million active users per month, Instagram is a social media juggernaut. But the platform isn't just about pretty pictures and punny hashtags; Instagram is a viable and potent promotional channel for businesses...when used strategically.
Come dance and listen to music and poetry on the border of the U.S. and Mexico!
Join Local First Arizona and event sponsors, Central School Project and Ana's Seasonal Kitchen, for an evening networking opportunity with fellow independent businesses and local leaders on Thursday, February 22nd from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. at Central School Project.
Be a part of the conversation on how the community can best divert trash from the landfills.