Gateway To The Copper Corridor


Visitors Guide For Safford, Clifton, San Carlos, Globe, Miami, Superior, Kearny, Tonto Basin, Young, Apache Junction, Gold Canyon

Autumn Calendar of Events continued

Oct 26 Ghosts of

Globe Walking Tour

Oct. 31 Globe Halloween

Block Party

Nov. 8-11 San Carlos

Apache 52nd Annual Veterans

Weekend Rodeo, Parade and

Carnival. Veterans - and all

who want to salute and honor

our military – don’t miss

the 53nd Annual San Carlos

Apache Tribe Veterans Parade

Nov. 9, Saturday, through

downtown San Carlos - one of

many events during a four-day

weekend of rodeos, concerts, a

carnival at the casino - Saturday

morning’s massive parade

brings color guards, tribal royalty

and visiting dignitaries.

For parade entries call Wilfred

Steele 928-961-0515; Chairman’s

Gold Tournament call

Cali Stands 928-475-1600;

All-Indian Rodeo call Valerie

Cheney 928- 200-5479

Nov. 8, 14 and 15 Theatrical

production ‘Once On This Island

Junior’ a tropical show

with singing and dancing presented

by High Desert Middle

School Drama students in

Globe. Performances Friday

Nov. 8 at 6 p.m.; Thursday,

Nov. 14 at 6 p.m., and Friday

Nov. 15 at 2 p.m. and again at

6 p.m. Tickets $5; except on

Nov. 14 which is ‘pay-whatyou-can’

show with a minimum

of $2

Nov. 9 Tour the Historic

1910 Gila County Jail Saturday

from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

downtown Globe at 149 East

Oak Street

Nov. 16 Globe-Miami Gun

Club’s annual charity turkey

shoot Saturday starting at 9

a.m. at the Gun Club Range

Gateway to the Copper Corridor 2019

on Bixby Road, and continuing

‘till no one wants to shoot

anymore! The shoot’s actually

sporting clays (not turkeys!).

Winners will take home frozen

Turkeys, though – and

bragging rights! This annual

shoot is a fundraiser for the

Gila Community Food Bank;

entry for most events $3 - $5,

with competition categories

for adults and juniors (up to 16

years old). Raffles throughout

the morning also raise money

for the charitable cause. Questions

or want to donate? Call


Nov. 16 Author - Historian

Bob Boze Bell lecture and

slideshow: ‘Geronimo’

Nov. 30 Santa Visits the

Train Depot in Globe, assisted

by jolly elves from Globe

Main Street Program on the

Saturday after Thanksgiving

from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Events

are FREE; photos with Santa

and Mrs. Claus are priceless.


Dec. 6 Annual Christmas

open house at the Gila County

Historical Museum 5 p.m. with

punch, cookies, appetizers and

holiday cheer; the museum is

adjacent to the Globe-Miami

Chamber of Commerce. 928-


Dec. 7 Festival of Lights at

Besh Ba Gowah archaeological

park in Globe.

Dec. 12 Cobre Valley Center

for the Arts ‘For the Art of it

Gift Auction’. ‘Tis the season

for an evening of silent auctions,

door prizes, finger foods

and holiday drinks -- perfect

for the season of gifts and giving.


Dec. 14 Miami Small Town

Christmas from 10 a.m. ‘til

Noon at Miami Veteran’s

Park. Free to all Kids and

families; spend two hours

with Santa – plus gift bags,

face painting, pinata breaks,

food and fun! 928-473-4403

Dec. 14 Globe-Miami Gun

Club annual Christmas Angel

Clay Target Shoot starting at 9

a.m. at the gun club range on

Bixby Road. Competition categories

include $5 per round for

trap & sporting clays; and action

pistol at $10 per gun. Entry

fees and raffles raise money

for the Salvation Army Christmas

Angels holiday charity

drive. Questions, or want to

donate? Call 928-200-8709

Dec. 14 Christmas Light Parade

hosted by Globe Main

Street Program and starting

at 6 p.m. with a new route his


year starting at the crossroads

of Cottonwood and Broad

Streets; from there the parade

heads west to Yuma Street by

the train trestle. Parade applications

at Cobre Valley Center

for the Arts, Globe-Miami

Chamber of Commerce, and

Globe city offices. Entry deadline

Dec. 11 Wednesday. Call

parade chair Willy Thomas

928-200-5646 or CVCA at


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