Gateway To The Copper Corridor

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

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also be held on Chase

Creek Street right outside

the Galleria. These

vendors will have unique

goodies and craft items

available.

So you can get a start

on your Christmas gifting,

and enjoy the food and craft

booths before, during, or after

immersing yourself in fine art!

And … on Nov. 3, the Galleria

will be open to view the

art and we will be hosting a

craft beer tasting!

Colors of Copper has long

enjoyed the outstanding support

of Greenlee County residents,

but we would love to

have our friends from throughout

Arizona and New Mexico,

and beyond, drive in and take

part in what we have found

20th Annual

Harvest Festival

to be an exceptional experience.

Come in early, or stay

later, and you can also find

day trip adventures of driving

part (or all) of the Coronado

Trail National Scenic Byway,

seeing the Morenci Open Pit

Copper Mine, driving the

Black Hills Backcountry Byway

(unpaved), or shopping

the boutique shops on Chase

Creek. For other available

adventures, visit www.visitgreenleecounty.com,

www.

visitcliftonaz.com, or www.

cometoclifton.com.

Oct. 26, 2019 form 10

a.m. to 4 p.m. in front

of Safford City Hall,

717 W. Main St. is the 20th

annual Fall Festival.

Admission is free and

activities include

kids

booths, pumpkin

carving

contest, hula

hoops, corn

hole tournament,

downtown

trick or

treating and

more.

Some of the live entertainment

will be Gila Valley

Vocalists, pumpkin rolling

race, sack race, stick horse

race and costume contest for

all ages.

4 Gateway to the Copper Corridor 2019

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