Hope you had a fabulous Holiday!  Now it's time to set resolutions for the New Year.
Did you know traveling has made the Top Five resolutions in the  past three years? 
Cochise County is just the place to help you reach  YOUR travel resolution for 2020!
Hike, bike, bird. Climb, wine, cuisine. Adventure is calling 
with  impressive mountains for miles, and  blue  skies for days.
Come travel Cochise!

Explore Cochise Events Round-Up
January through February
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How will you ring in the New Year?

New Year's Eve (8pm - 1/1/2020 2am) @ The Quarry. Come to the most interesting party in the World. What do you wear to a Surrealist Party? Anything you want, the more exaggerated, the better. Early hotel reservations highly recommended.  Advance tickets $10. $12 at the door.  

New Year's Eve. Join the Copper Queen Hotel from 8pm to 1am. Masks available at the door! $10 per person. 18 years and older event. New Year's Eve dinner special $45: salad, entree, dessert, and champagne - served in the Spirit Room (4pm-8pm). Contact 520-432-2216 for more information.

January 17 - 19, Martin Luther King weekend. Join the Annual Wings Over Willcox Birding and Nature Festival, celebrating more than 32,000 Sandhill cranes migrating through Willcox, AZ. Willcox is also home to 75% of Arizona's wine grapes, mom and pop shops, and nearby Cochise Stronghold - a beautiful hike. With abounding adventure and feathered friends, it's an experience you won't want to miss!

January 24 (7pm-10:30pm) and 25 (9am-10:30pm). Bursting with various levels of dancing fun, this 2-day local Square and Round dance festival is not to be missed! Jerry Story, internationally known caller, will be calling Mainstream and Plus levels during the festival. PRICES -  Early Bird: $40/person. After December 31: $45/person. At door: $50/person. Contact 520-378-7236 for more information.


February 7-8. Come celebrate the western lifestyle with music and poetry! Evening performance tickets are Adults $25, Students (1-12 grades): 1 ticket is $6, 2-5 tickets are $10. Saturday daytime performance $15, students are free. The Barn Dance is $8/person at the door. And an Event Pass (for one adult plus one student) is available this year! Tickets may be purchased online. Doors open at 6:30pm for evening concerts and 9am for Saturday sessions. Join this year's Gathering, and discover why: 
"It's Cool to be a Cowboy!"

February 8. Central School (6pm-9pm). $15 to taste six pieces of incredibly luscious chocolate, made by the best home and professional chefs in Bisbee. For a small donation, you can enjoy wine, beer or water to accompany your chocolates. Join the Friends of the Copper Queen Library for its free auction - items range from art to items from Bisbee's innovative shops and galleries to restaurant and vacation certificates. All proceeds go to fund the free programming at the Copper Queen Library, named "America's Best Small Library!"

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