Cochise County is full of amazing outdoor adventures for hiking, rock climbing, camping, 
picnicking, & bird watching. The County also has a myriad of events, all year long!

May, June & July Events Round-Up
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May 25 - May 27.  An event in honor of one of Tombstone's most famous lawmen: Wyatt Earp. Scheduled activities include gunfights, chili cook-off, hangings, and an 1880's fashion show. You can also find Street Entertainment and a Wyatt look-alike contest.  For event Information, contact Bill at 520-457-3511, or for information on e ntertainment contact Pat 520-457-3451.

Historical Photo of the Battle of Carrizal,
10th Cavalry Buffalo Soldiers
June 28. 8am-5pm. Sponsored by the Tombstone Lion's Club.

June 29-30.  Salute to the Buffalo Soldier Days' a ctivities include: Street entertainment, a parade and other activities to be announced.

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May 18 & 19 (11am-5pm) @ Historic Railroad Avenue Park.  Rated by Fodor's Travel as one of the  top 10 wine festivals  in North America, the Willcox Wine Country Festival is a weekend-long celebration, featuring Arizona wines from the Willcox region. Eighteen  wineries, over 70 art and craft vendors, five bands, multiple food venues will entertain more than 6,000 attendees. It is  located  just steps from the Willcox Wine Trail and local vineyards. Raise your glass to an exceptional experience!

Willcox Wine Country Festival
June 8.  Cost is $10 per adult, $5 per child age 6-17 and free for children 5 and under. Food and drinks are available for purchase. For more information or to enter the Tractor Pull, contact Carol at 520-384-2311 or


July 4. "Family 4th in Keiller Park" runs from noon to 5pm. The activities are $1 each or $5 wrist band and include an obstacle course, water slide, velcro wall, toddler castle, carnival games, food vendors and more. "Tractor Pull and Bicycle Mud Run" has free admission! For more information or to enter the Tractor Pull, contact Carol at 520-384-2311 or


July 20-August 18. A celebration of Willcox peaches!  The 19th Annual Peach Mania kicks off with delicious "All You Can Eat" Peaches & Pancakes breakfast served 7:30am-10:30am each Saturday & Sunday at the Orchard Grill Take a free wagon ride and experience the fun of picking your own peaches!  Enjoy free samples of peaches and peach products. Apple-smoked burger lunches will be served daily from 11:30am-3:00pm at the Orchard Grill. What a perfect way to spend the day with family and friends!

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May 18 (3pm-10pm) @ San Pedro Golf Course. Kids Zone, Vendors, Food and Drinks. Get your tickets online: Presale: $20 / At the Gate: $25 / Kids 6-14: $10 / 5 & Under: Free. No outside coolers, food or drink allowed. Lawn chairs and blankets are encouraged. Enjoy the musical talents of Caiden Brewer, Patrick Rayl and the .357 Band, Boomtown, and Backroads! 

Thank you sponsors: DeSpain Accounting Firm Inc., City of Benson, Sulphur Springs Valley Electric Cooperative, Dipeso Realty, Del's Tire Co., Pioneer Title Agency, Zearings Mercantile, Arizona G&T Cooperative, and National Bank of America.
Benson 4th of July Parade

July 4 (9am-9:30pm). Join us for our Annual Fourth of July Festivities!  We'll kick things off at  9am with the Parade, followed at  10am by the infamous Water Fight. From  11am to 8pm Motion Music Entertainment will provide tunes and emcee for our many guests, including Cochise County Line Band between  1pm and 3pm; from  3:15pm to 4pm hear from the Benson Barbershoppers; see the talented  Benson H.S. Spirit Line at  5pm; enjoy cultured sounds of  Mariachi Allegre from  5:45pm to 7pm; and listen to the musical musings of our  Benson Alumni Community Band between 7:15pm and 8pm. Be alert at  8:30pm - because it's fireworks time! We hope to see you there!

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Bisbee Farmer's Market
Saturdays bring on the long-running Bisbee Farmer's Market in historic Warren Neighborhood. It continues to be a magnet for crowds! You'll find a large variety of locally grown products, grass-fed meats, baked goods, honey, jams, jewelry, art, and more. 

It's almost time for the 2019 Races! This year's race will be July 4th at 7am. Kids! We invite you to come and compete. Parents! Join us and please allow your children to experience this family-fun event. The safety of all riders is the top most concern for race officials. Trophies and prizes will be awarded to the winners of the different categories. Please continue to support us in the races! More info: 520-255-3898 or email.

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May 26. The Douglas Street Rods Car Club will host their Annual Memorial Day Car Show at Raul Castro (10th Street) Park. Enjoy modern and classic cars, food and music. Registration opens at 9 am. Cost to register is $20 pre-register or $25 day of show. Call (520) 364-2464 or stop by Devore Auto Supply at 1211 G Avenue for more details.

June 22 @  300 3rd Street. Register by June 1st for $15 and receive an event t-shirt, color bag, glasses and after party access. Register June 2nd-15th for $20 and receive an event t-shirt, color bag and glasses. Register June 16th-22nd and receive a color bag. All runners receive a participant number. #ElHangoutAZ For more information, contact 520-364-6401.
Douglas Fourth of July Parade

July 4 (10am-9pm) @ Veterans Memorial Park. Douglas will kick off its celebration of America's Independence with a  Parade at 10am. Then from  11am to 9pm  enjoy food and craft vendors, and music. The fireworks display starts at 8pm. It's going to be a day of family fun!

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May 1-4.  Sign-up for guided trips to multiple nearby birding hot spots in southeast Arizona, offered by Southwest Wings - organizers of Arizona's oldest birding festival. 

May 25. C hallenge yourself to one, two, or three peaks - all in one day - atop the beautiful Huachuca Mountains. Registration is limited to the first 250 participants - so sign up today! 

Top of the Huachucas,
Sky Island Summit 2018
May 25 @  Vete rans Memorial Park.  Sample Arizona's best vintages, craft brews, and micro-distilled spirits. Tickets are $20 and include 10 wine sampling tickets and a souvenir glass. Additional sam pling tickets available at the event. Beer sold by the glass. Food and non-alcoholic bevera ges also available for sale. 

May 26 @  Hoppin' Grapes (409 W. Fry Blvd., Sierra Vista).  Let the City of Sierra Vista drive you to three wineries in the Sonoita region aboard a tour bus. Final stop is the Steak Out for dinner (meal not included in registration fee.) Registration open until May 22 or sold out. Ages 21+ only. $65ea.  

June 1 & 2  (2pm- 4pm).  Outstanding musicians in concert every Saturday & Sunday at Arizona Folklore Preserve. Please check the website  for full schedule of performances. $6 - $15.

May, June (4pm- 6pm).  Up to 10 species of hummingbirds use the green corridor of the San Pedro River as a freeway between their tropical winter retreats and their northern nesting grounds. The public is invited to get a close-up look at these tiny travelers as staff and volunteers from the Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory capture, band, weigh, measure, and release them as part of long-term studies of the bird life of this vital migration route. 

July 4 (9am- 11pm).  Enjoy fireworks, music, chili cook-off, arts & craft vendors and more with family and friends during the Fourth of July celebration.  The Fireworks display is  sponsored by the Sierra Vista Rotary Club, City of Sierra Vista Leisure and Library Services Department, Fort Huachuca, local businesses, and community members. Some events include: 
Noon -  Chili Cook-off tasting pre-sales &  12:30pm - tasting and judging
All Day - Arts & Crafts vendors @ Veterans Memorial Park
8:05pm - 52nd Spectacular Fourth of July Fireworks Show @ Domingo Paiz & Stone Fields

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