October Locals’ Night

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Below are the offers for October’s Locals Night:



Local’s Night Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/342276449446403/

5 Best Coffee Shops to Celebrate National Coffee Day in Downtown Flagstaff


Happy National Coffee Day fellow Flagstaffers!! With all the rain we’ve been getting in town what’s a better place to be than curled up in a coffee shop with a good book or a couple of friends. Today we are breaking down the best coffee shops to check out today or any other day that coffee is needed (which let’s be honest is everyday).



Firecreek Coffee Company is awesome place to grab a cup of coffee because they roast their coffee by hand in very small batches. They offer a seasonal selection of organic, fair trade and single estate coffees that offer amazing flavors and freshness. They also have a large selections of pastries. So stop by, have a latte, and play a game of chess with a friend!

Address: 22 Historic Rte 66, Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Hours: 7AM- 9PM

Phone: (928) 774-2266





Macy’s is extremely popular among tourists and locals alike. Local residents have voted Macy’s, “Best Coffeehouse” in the Arizona Daily Sun’s, Best of Flag contest, for three years running. Not only do they have amazing coffee, but they also have a full service bakery. They open with an array of breakfast pastries like muffins and scones. This local gem is a perfect place to spend a rainy fall day.

Address:14 S Beaver St, Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Hours: 6AM- 8PM

Phone: (928) 774-2243


Late for the Train


With their specialty dark roast, Late for the Train is a no frills kinda coffee shop that is known for serving up some seriously good coffee. They also offer an array of pastries and other yummy treats! Stop by and pick up a coffee to have while strolling through downtown’s historic streets.

Address: 22 E Birch Ave, Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Hours: 7AM- 5PM

Phone: (928) 779-5975


The Flagstaff Collective


New to downtown Flagstaff, the Flagstaff Collective is certainly worth checking out. They serve Single Speed Coffee Roasters, as well as a delicious selection of pastries, made fresh every day in their kitchen, that are sure to hit the spot. Their motto is ‘we love coffee and we love people’ and we are certain that you will love them too.

Address: 2 S Beaver St Suite 170

Phone: (928) 214-7280




The Rendevous can be described as a romantic, intimate, warm and inviting, and is the perfect place for a coffee date. Proudly serving their own blend of local Fire Creek coffee, Ghost Story, Rendevous is a perfect place to experience Downtown Flagstaff culture, while enjoying an awesome cup of jo.

Address: 100 N San Francisco St

Hours: 6:30AM- 2:00AM

Phone: (928) 779-6971


First Downtown Locals Night


We are excited for our first Downtown Flagstaff Locals Night tomorrow from 4pm-7pm. Downtown businesses are rolling out the red carpet for our residents with amazing deals and we have a live performance on Heritage Square at 5pm featuring Kissidugu2 West African Drum Ensemble!

Below are the offers for September’s Locals Night:


  • Aspen Sports Flagstaff (15 N. San Francisco St)- 20% off any non sale item.
  • Flagstaff Sports Exchange (19 W. Aspen Ave) – FREE hackey sak or bumper sticker with a purchase of $20 or more!
  • The Golden Hive (8 W. Route 66) – 15% off EVERYTHING for locals!
  • Mountain Sports Flagstaff (24 N. San Francisco St)- 20% all bags/luggage from Patagonia, Baggallini, Osgoode Marley, and Hobo The Original. To qualify for the discount, you simply have to be in their Frequent Buyer Club with a Flagstaff address, or join on Tuesday night with a local address to get your 20% discount on one full price bag.
  • P.J. Chilcottage (120 N. Leroux St) – is IN for Locals Night! Buy 1 Get 1 FREE handmade primal elements soap.


  • Altitudes Bar and Grill (2 S. Beaver St) – is offering happy hour prices on their starter menu and $5 Stoli vodka of any flavor. Every Tuesday specials include grilled cheese and soup for $6.50, a pint of India Pale Ale for $3.50, and if you play one of their board games you get 2 for 1 drinks!
  • Bigfoot BBQ (120 N. Leroux St) – 2-4-1 draft beer
  • Blendz (21 E. Aspen Ave) – $5 Old Fashions and $6 Peach Sangria. It is also open mic night and ALL performers will get $2 off drinks!
  • Collins Irish Pub and Grill (2 N. Leroux St)  – mention Locals Night and purchase 2 beverages and you get Mini Irish Nachos for FREE!
  • Historic Brewing Barrel + Bottle House (110 S. San Francisco) – 50% off beer flights
  • Monsoon Downtown (6 E. Aspen Ave) – mention Locals Night and purchase 2 beverages and you get FREE Crispy Dumplings appetizer!
  • Mozelle’s Downtown Bakery (111 E. Aspen Ave) – a “sweet” deal of buy one cookie get one FREE!
  • PayN’Take (12 W. Aspen Ave) – BOGO pints of Mexican beer on tap and any LOCAL beer on tap from 7pm – close.
  • Peace Surplus (14 W. Route 66) – is offering a FREE cross country ski rental package for one day during the 2016/2017 season with any purchase (even $1).
  • The McMillian (2 W. Route 66) – be enter to win a $25 gift card with a $50 purchase, 30% off all tequila drinks, and $3 tacos.
  • Weatherford Hotel/ Charly’s Pub & Grill (23 N. Leroux St) – Posole and Chips, and a 16oz Dos Equis for $9+tax.

Local’s Night Facebook event:  https://www.facebook.com/events/1798028000420620/

Fall in Flagstaff



As the weather becomes crisp and the leaves turn golden it can only mean one thing, Fall has arrived to Flagstaff. With the changing of the seasons comes a lot of exciting autumnal activities and festivals in our cozy mountain town. In this post we will be listing the top things to look forward to this Fall!  PC:  Matt Beaty, Hidden Light, LLC


Lumberyard Okto’Beer’Fest

The 6th annual Okto’Beer’Fest is coming up!  Enjoy local craft beer from Northern Arizona Breweries, Authentic German Food, and Contests including a brat eating contest and a stein holding competition.  All of the proceeds will be going to Second Chance Center for Animals.

When: Sep 17, 2016: 12:30 pm – 6 pm (Sat)

Where: Lumberyard Brewing Company / 5 S San Francisco St , Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Cost: $5 Entry Donation to Second Chance Center for Animals.

Tickets available for purchase for Beer and Food.

More Info: http://lumberyardbrewingcompany.com/Events.html



Cornucopia Fall Festival

The Flagstaff Cornucopia  Fall Festival is a great way for the community to come together and give thanks by celebrating Flagstaff with fall-themed attractions, carnival rides, pumpkin patch, horse drawn hay rides, live entertainment, delicious fall food and beverages, a giant Kid Zone and a ton of local vendors! This is the perfect way to start your Fall off right!

When: Sep 24, 2016: 10 am – 9 pm (Sat)

Where: Thorpe Park/ 191 North Thorpe Road, Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Cost: $5 general admission

FREE for kids 6 and under

$50 VIP for adults

$15 for kids 7-20

More Info: http://www.flagcorn.com/



Pickin’ in the Pines

This world-class bluegrass & acoustic music festival began 2006. This festival features the best traditional and contemporary bluegrass music that there is. The festival will also have educational workshops and a renowned band contest!  Make sure to bring your camping supplies , since camping and jamming are a big part of the Pickin’ in the Pines experience.

When: September 16 – September 18, 2016

Where: Pepsi Amphitheater at Fort Tuthill Park/ Fairgrounds Road, Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Cost: 3-Day Pass –  $115

Price available through 9/15/16

Single Day Pass
FRI – $50
SAT – $75
SUN – $50
Advance price available through 9/15/16

*Children 15 and under are free.

More Info: http://pickininthepines.org/



Flagstaff Oktoberfest

Get excited the 8th Annual Flagstaff Oktoberfest is back in downtown Flagstaff!! Get ready to eat, sing, mingle, wear some lederhosen, listen to polka music, try to speak German, and perform the Chicken Dance! It’s sure to be a day of fall fun!

When: Saturday, October 1at 11 AM – 8 PM

Where: Wheeler Park/ 212 W Aspen Ave, Flagstaff, Arizona 86001

Cost: Tickets are only $7 and available at the gate!

Kids 12 and under are FREE!

More Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/145870529153222/



Big Pine Comedy Festival

A night of stand up comedy, featuring Kirsten Alberts, Ronnie D, Amanda Hurley, many other talented comedians. Later in the Evening, Erik Myers performs. What a great way to spend a night laughing your butt off with friends this fall!

When: Sep 24, 2016: 8 pm – 2 am (Sat)

Where: The Green Room/15 N Agassiz St, Flagstaff , AZ 86001

Cost: $8

More Info: https://flagstaffgreenroom.com/event/big-pine-comedy-fest-erik-myers/?instance_id=50465



Rocky Horror Picture Show

Rocky Horror is the first film from a major Hollywood studio to be in the midnight movie market. This has a large international cult following and is one of the most well known and financially successful midnight movies of all time. Be sure to dress and come enjoy this amazing cult classic! Don’t forget your toast!!!

When:  Oct 28, 2016 (Fri)

Early Show: Doors at 7PM, Show at 8PM, 18 and up unless accompanied by a legal guardian

Late Show: Doors at 10PM, Show at 11PM, 18 and up

Where: The Orpheum Theater/15 West Aspen Street, Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Cost: $9

More Info: http://www.orpheumflagstaff.com/event/1317759-rocky-horror-picture-show-flagstaff/







2016 Northern Arizona Book Festival

For two decades the Northern Arizona Book Festival has brought local, national, up and coming, and established writers from all walks of life to Flagstaff, Arizona. This year will feature over fifty writers and a variety events throughout downtown Flagstaff.

When: October 10 -16

Where: various downtown locations

Cost: Free

More info: http://www.nazbookfest.org/wp/



Trick or Treat Trail

Halloween Harvest is back! Celebrate Halloween at Heritage Square in Downtown Flagstaff with a spooky pumpkin patch, creepy carnival games, arts & crafts, and the Trick-or-Treat Trail that takes you and your kids though downtown!

When: Monday, October 31, 4-7pm

Where: Heritage Square in Downtown Flagstaff

Cost: Free

More info: www.flagstaff.az.gov/recreation or call (928) 213-2300


Locals Night in Downtown Flagstaff




As a resident of Flagstaff, you love downtown, right?  We’re going to up the ante!  The Flagstaff Downtown Business Alliance (FDBA) and Local First Arizona (LFA) have some exciting news to share.  We are excited to announce:  Locals’ Night!  Starting September 20, and taking place every THIRD TUESDAY, downtown businesses will roll out the red carpet for residents.  Participating businesses may offer live performances, specials and discounts, chair massages…all to provide a great experience and additional reason to spend time downtown.

As for our first Local’s Night on Tuesday, September 20, FDBA and LFA are excited to host the “Click with Downtown” Party at our office.  Stop by to meet the DBA (Flagstaff Downtown Business Alliance) and Local First Arizona team, and to celebrate the 100th birthday of Click Co+Work‘s building.  This is your chance as residents, downtown business owners, and stakeholders to meet those working to make downtown Flagstaff a premier destination!

Join us from 4-7pm to see inside this beautiful building and mingle with our amazing community members. Quinn Scully Music will be playing on the patio under the string lights and Shift will provide us with delicious treats and drink pairings! No Basis in Reality will also be there with some handmade jewelry for you to check out and purchase if you so desire!

For more information check out the event pages for both of these upcoming events!

Local’s Night: https://www.facebook.com/events/1798028000420620/

Click Party: https://www.facebook.com/events/507156052810711/


Ways to get Active in Downtown Flagstaff this Fall


The changing of the seasons is the perfect time to make some healthy lifestyle changes, and there are plenty of ways to do that in downtown Flagstaff! In this post we will be discussing some of our favorite places and ways to stay active this Fall in Flagstaff!

Absolute Bikes:


Are you interest or already involved in the thriving biking community in Flagstaff? If so then Absolute Bikes is the one-stop-shop for all your biking needs! They stock a diverse array of bikes, cycling clothing, cycling equipment and bicycle repair and bike fitting services to suit all sorts of cyclists. You’ll be sure to find exactly what you need to hit the trails or road this Fall.

Address: 202 Historic Rte 66, Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Phone: (928) 779-5969

Website: http://www.absolutebikes.net

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AbsoluteBikesAZ/


Run Flagstaff:


Biking not really your thing? Do you prefer the feel of the earth beneath your feet as you run? Run Flagstaff is the best place in town to shop for anything and everything running related. They offer a broad selection of running shoes, apparel and accessories as well as free fitting and gait analysis. Not only do they supply you with anything you may need for a run, but they also have and support running-related events, for instance on October 29th they will be putting on a ‘Haunted Trail Run’ just in time for Halloween!

Address: 204 Historic Rte 66, Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Phone: (928) 774-2990

Website: http://www.runflagstaff.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RunFlagstaff/


Yoga on the Lawn:


We’ve mentioned this before on the blog, but it’s just such a great way to get active in the heart of downtown we had to talk about it again! Yoga on the Square is $5 a person and is located in downtown Flagstaff on the County Courthouse lawn, make sure to bring your mat!!

Address: 200 N San Francisco St, Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Website: http://www.flagstaff365.com/event/detail/441983072/Yoga_on_the_Lawn


Pay and Take Saturday Group Ride:


Are you an avid biker who wants to bike with local like-minded people? Then check out the Saturday Group Ride, it meets at Pay N take in downtown Flagstaff  at 9am every Saturday and is a 70 mile road ride down Lake Mary Road around Mormon Lake. This is a more advanced ride so beginners beware!

Website: https://flagstaffcycling.squarespace.com/saturday-ride


Alpine Pedaler:


Although the health benefits of the Alpine pedaler might be somewhat voided, it’s so fun we decided to still include it! It’s part bicycle, part pub crawl! The 14 passenger, human powered, party on wheels rolls through the historic downtown Flagstaff. Individual seats are available for the weekly pub crawl, or the entire Pedaler can be rented for special events.

Phone: (928) 213-9233

Website: https://www.alpinepedaler.com/home.html

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Alpine-Pedaler-358707910828298/

Top 6 Things to do in Flagstaff this Labor Day Weekend

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Can you believe that August is already over?!  With summer winding down and the first hints of fall making their appearance its time to start planning your Labor Day Weekend plans! With it less than a week away we’ve made your holiday planning easy by compiling the top 6 things to do in Flagstaff this Labor Day Weekend.


1) Movies on the Square Double Feature


Grab your blankets and Pj’s and head downtown Saturday night for a double feature Movies on the Square! We start off the night with the family friendly movie: Hotel Transylvania and once thats over and its time for the little one’s bedtime its time for our  late night showing of Austin Powers. Groovy Baby!

Location: Heritage Square

Time: September 3 / Entertainment begins at 4pm / First movie begins at Sundown / Late night movie begins at 9:00pm

More Info: https://www.facebook.com/MoviesOnTheSquare/

2) Yoga on the Lawn

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Yoga on the Square is $5 a person make sure to bring your mat and start the holiday weekend off with some yoga in the heart of downtown Flagstaff on the County Courthouse lawn.

Location: County Courthouse Lawn / 200 N San Francisco St, Flagstaff, AZ 86001

When: September 3 / 10:00am- 11:00am

More Info: http://www.flagstaff365.com/event/detail/441983072/Yoga_on_the_Lawn

3) First Friday ArtWalk

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Check out the first Friday ArtWalk, when art galleries and businesses in historic Downtown Flagstaff open their doors and are filled with special art exhibitions, performances, live music, and food. This Friday also marks the beginning of the Colorado River Days (see no. 5), which means this ArtWalk will be one for the books!

Location: Downtown Flagstaff

When: September 2 / 6:00pm- 9:00pm

More Info: http://flagartscouncil.org/artwalk/map/

4) 66th Annual County Fair

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The 66th annual Coconino County Fair is one of northern Arizona’s largest events and features an array of exhibits/demonstrations, livestock shows/auction, activities for children, arts and crafts, carnival rides, cultural performances, and entertainment by local talents and national headliners.

Location: Coconino Fairgrounds / 2446 Fort Tuthill (Flagstaff Urban – University Heights to Fort Tuthill), Flagstaff, AZ 86001

When: September 2-5 / Fri- Sun 10:00am- 10:00pm / Mon 10:00am- 4:00pm

More Info: http://www.coconino.az.gov/countyfair

5) Tiny Boat Concerts

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Local musicians huddle into gorgeous hand built historic boats to share Americana folk songs inspired by the local river community. This is the first event to kick off the Colorado River Days! For more information on this event and others check out their website below!

Location: Along Aspen Ave. between San Francisco St. and Agassiz St.

When: September 2 / 6:00pm- 9:00pm

More Info: http://www.coloradoriverdaysflagstaff.org/rvyemn22bs9sehz2vn2he77q8xti7q

6) 24th Annual Flagstaff Art in the Park


Over 100 artists from across the country, beloved local artists, and almost every imaginable artform, gather for Flagstaff’s finest art show. This is free to the public! The music is non-stop and the food is decadent. There is also a new wine garden featuring six AZ vineyards!

Location: Historic Wheeler Park

When: September 3 & 4 (9am-6pm) / Septemeber 5 (9am-4pm)

More info: http://flagstaffartinthepark.com/





Best Places Downtown for Back to School Shopping


What’s a better way to start the school year off right than with some exciting new clothes to give you the confidence to take on the academic year! In this post we will be talking about some of our favorite places downtown to find clothing no matter your style.

(P.S sorry boys this post is focused on women’s clothing boutiques!)


Shoes & Such

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Do you want to walk onto campus with a spring in your step? Then head on down to Shoes & Such, which carries a variety of shoe brands ranging from Birkenstocks to Free People, so you’ll be sure to find your sole-mate! Not only that but with their large selection of clothing and jewelry you will be sure to find the perfect outfit for school!

Website: http://shoesandsuchshop.com/

Instagram: @shoesandsuchflagstaff

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SHOESandSUCH/

Address: 17 E Aspen Ave, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 214-6355
Hours: 9AM–8PM

Basement Marketplace

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If you love to be on top of all the latest fashions Basement Marketplace is the place for you. This awesome space is filled to the brim with all types of the most fashionable clothes, shoes, and jewelry. You will bee sure to be the most stylish girl in your class.

Instagram: @basementmarketplace

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thebasementmarketplace/

Address: 120 N. Leroux, In the Old Town Shops, Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Hours: 9AM–9PM

Phone: (928) 556-3081

P.J. Chilcottage

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Are you a girly-girl at heart and like to make everyday, even a school day, an occasion? If so then P.J. Chilcottage will be a dream come true! This sweet little store carries dresses, tops, and jewelry that are brimming with florals, lace, and bright colors.

Instagram: @pjchilcottage

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thatsoapstore/

Address: 120 N. Leroux, In the Old Town Shops, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Hours: 9AM–9PM
Phone: (928) 774-0009

Sage Brush Trading Co.

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Would you consider yourself to be ‘boho chic’? With the help of Sage Brush Trading Co. you will be sure to find the perfect outfit for school. With their abundance of clothing, shoes, and jewelry you will be walking out with not only a bag full of goodies, but also a smile on your face.

Website: http://www.sagebrushtraders.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SageBrushTradingCo/

Address: 120 N. Leroux, In the Old Town Shops, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 773-1625
Hours: 9AM–9PM

Black Hound Gallerie

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Although not solely just a clothing store Black Hound Gallerie has such a  large selection of cool, funny  graphic t’s that will be sure to make your classmates laugh we felt that we couldn’t leave this awesome store of the list!

Instagram: @blackhoundgallerie

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/blackhoundgallerie/

Address: 120 N. Leroux, In the Old Town Shops, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 774-2323
Hours: 9AM–9PM

Rainbows End

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Do you like funky pieces that will be sure to make you stand out in school? Well Rainbows End will be sure to have something that will strike your fancy then. With their eclectic mix of shoes, clothing, and jewelry you will be sure to find something special.

Website: https://shoprainbowsend.com/

Instagram: @rainbowsendflagstaff

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Rainbowsendflagstaff/

Address: 12 Historic Rte 66 #101, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 774-5535
Hours: 9AM–9PM

Mountain Sports

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Although its not too chilly yet fall and winter are just around the corner, and its never fun to be cold walking across campus, so it would be a good idea to head to Mountain Sports and pick up a warm Colombia jacket or a fuzzy Patagonia fleece to snuggle up in once the chilly weather hits.

Website: http://mountainsportsflagstaff.com/

Instagram: @mountainsportsflagstaff

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MountainSportsFlagstaff/

Address: 24 N San Francisco St, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Hours: 9AM–9PM
Phone: (928) 226-2885
No Basis in Reality
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New to the Flagstaff Scene is No Basis in Reality, a cool modern, minimalist boutique across the tracks! With a variety of unique clothing and jewelry that in make with the environment and animal cruelty in mind there is no reason not to stop by since its just a few minutes walk from NAU campus.
Instagram: @shopnewbasis
Address: 30 S San Francisco St, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 440-5171

A Special Thanks to our Sponsors!!!


We’re halfway through our summer movie series and want to thank all of our sponsors who made Movies on the Square possible! Without our partners, we wouldn’t be able to host this free, fun community event every Saturday night! Please support our sponsors by liking and commenting on their social media pages and visiting their table the night of the event.

Presenting Sponsors: Nackard Pepsi, 92.9 KAFF Country, Eagle Mountain Construction, CertaPro Painters, Russ Lyon Sothey’s International Realty, and Miramonte Homes.

Silver Screen Sponsors: NAU, Coast & Mountain Properties, Flagstaff Airport, Flagstaff Library, Flagstaff Visitor Center, Babbitt Ford, National Park Service, and County Supervisor Liz Archuleta.

Individual Movie Sponsors: NBAZ, Click Co+work, Grand Canyon Youth, Second Chance, Angel’s Care Home Health, FUSD, David Stephens Realty, Fratelli’s Pizza, City of Flagstaff Recreation Division, Nestle Purina, and Karma Sushi Bar & Grill.


4th of July Weekend in Downtown Flagstaff


Tomorrow is the start of 4th of July weekend, and since Flagstaff was voted the 4th best place in the US to spend the 4th of July why not don some red, white, and blue and head downtown! Below is a day-by-day breakdown of all the activities and events that are sure to make this weekend one for the books!!

Friday, July 1st:

5-9pm: First Friday ArtWalk

Saturday, July 2nd:

9am- 6pm: 10th Annual Flagstaff Art in the Park

11am- 4pm: Flagstaff Arizona Wine Festival

4-10pm: Movies on the Square: “The Sandlot”

  • Located in Heritage Square this event is free for all ages and includes: crafts, games, food, and pre-movie live music by Dave Stilley and Friends.

Sunday, July 3rd

9am- 6pm: 10th Annual Flagstaff Art in the Park

11am- 4pm: Flagstaff Arizona Wine Festival

10am- 2pm: 3rd Annual Babbitt Ford Classic Car Show

  • This classic car show will feature Ford vehicles from 1912 – 2016.  Live music from Slim Jim and the Car Thieves, food and drinks too!  11 E. Verde.  All ages.  Free.


9am- 12pm: Greater Flagstaff Chamber 4th of July Parade

  • Get there early to get prime curbside seating to watch this beloved Flagstaff tradition!

9am- 4pm: 10th Annual Flagstaff Art in the Park

11am- 4pm: Flagstaff Arizona Wine Festival