Gateway To The Copper Corridor


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


Annual Festival of Lights

This year’s event

will showcase more

than 3000 glowing

luminaries placed along the

ruin walls lighting the way for

visitors to celebrate the magic

of the season. The festival will

offer cultural entertainment by

the famed Yellow Bird Dance

Group as well as Apache Flutist,

Robert Wilson. A small variety

of food and craft vendors

will be onsite. Admission is

free for this event but non-perishable

food donations will be

excepted to help support the

Gila Community Food Bank

this holiday season. Parking

is limited. Visitors are encouraged

to use the free shuttle

services being offered. Shuttles

will run every 15-20 minutes.

Shuttle parking and pick

up is located at the Historic

Train Depot 230 S. Broad St

Globe, AZ 85501.

The mere fact of the ambiance,

friends gathering

to celebrate the meaning of

Besh-Ba-Gowah and the beginning

of the holidays. The

park is a picture perfect glow

of the past. Enjoy the Native

American music and crown

dancers with food, coffee and

hot chocolate. If you want

different and unique gifts for

Christmas, then, shop the gift

boutique. Saturday, Dec. 7,

from 5 to 9 p.m., 1324 S. Jesse

Hayes Rd. Globe, AZ 85501.

For more informaion call

928-425-0320 or visit

20 Gateway to the Copper Corridor 2019

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