GLENWOOD, NM SATURDAY, JUNE
30 In Town Doo-Dah Parade!!!!!!!!
Line up at 9:30 a.m. Parade begins promptly at 10:30 a.m. (Highway
180 will be closed for the Parade.)
Come on Down - join in - all are welcome - the goofier the better!
Folks, bring your lawn chairs and get a good spot along the highway.
To give us an idea of how many entries there will be, please call
Jeff at Los Olmos Cabins: 575-539-2213,
The "Lawn Chair Brigade" and the" Marching Drill
Team" need more participants, so contact Beth: 575-539-2373
or Rose: 575-539-2262
10:00 am Glenwood's to 1:00 pm Saturday Market!
Locally grown produce, fresh eggs, bedding plants, jewelry, crafts
and much, much more!
Glenwood Main Street adjacent to Comm. Church
At the Glenwood Park . . . Noon - 5:00 p.m. - Games and Food
Frisco CowBelles Annual Art Auction, Barbeque & Dance
5:30 Barbeque 7:00 Candidates' Forum 7:30 Western Art Auction
8:30 Dance to the music of the dynamite Bucky Allred & Friends
Weekends MOGOLLON Mining Ghost Town Open mid-May ~ mid-October
Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Holidays Shops Open 10:00 am to
5:00 pm ~ Cafe 9:00-5:00 . . . Mogollon Artisans Gallery & Gift
Shop, Pay-Load Antiques, Mogollon Historic Museum, Mogollon Historical
Cemetery Archives. Mogollon Information (575) 539.2005
GLENWOOD, NM SUNDAY, JULY 1 In Town . . . Church Services ~ Baptist
Church . . . 10:45 Catholic Church . . . 4:00 pm Community Church
. . .11:15 am
At The Park . . .
1:00 PM until Dusk. . . Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration
Dunk Tank, Horseshoe Tournament, Volleyball, Vendors, Food, Drinks
and FUN for the whole family.
Fireworks begin at dusk!!!!!!!!!!
For up-to-date Fireworks information, call Jeff: 575-539-2213
QUEMADO, NM SATURDAY JUNE 30 7th
Annual Freedom Shoot Quemado Shooting Range. Mandatory safety meeting
9:00 a.m. Shoot 10:00 a.m.
Truth or Consequences, NM Saturday,
June 30 Independence Fireworks
- tentative date! Dusk (9:00 pm approx), Rattlesnake Island, but
viewable from almost anywhere at Elephant Butte Lake. Come and
see the largest fireworks display in the state, reflecting off
the largest lake in New Mexico! Park fees are waived for this event.
Rain date: July 1, same time/same place. Cost: free.Contact: Friends
of Elephant Butte Lake, Liz or Kay, 575-744-4381 / 575-744-4060.
Springerville, Arizona Saturday,
June 30 Art Walk ~ Downtown Springerville & Eagar,
2-6 pm Sunday, July 1 4th of July Patriotic and Arizona Centennial
Small Quilt Contest begins Tuesday, July 3 Slack Rodeo 9:00 am
All Class Reunion and Freedom Fest at Ramsey Park, 5:00- 11:30
pm Freedom Fest Patriotic Community Choir Concert ~ 5:00 pm Boys & Girls
Club Benefit Barbeque ~ 6:00 pm Live Music and Street Dance, 6:30
Taylor, Arizona Saturday, June
30 Taylor 4th of July Celebration
and Rodeo! Taylor Independence Day celebration is held at the Taylor
Rodeo Complex. There will be a flag raising ceremony, firing of
the anvil, a barbecue, rodeos, dances, patriotic program, and fireworks,
Taylor 10K & 2 mile run, softball tournament & free swimming.
For more information, call the Taylor Town Hall at 1-928-536-7366
or the Chamber at 536-4331
Fort Davis, Texas Friday, June
29 through Sunday, July 1 Come
join us in Fort Davis for the Coolest 4th of July Celebration in
Texas! Things kick off Friday night with The Great Fireworks display
beginning at 9:30 PM at Jeff Davis County Park! Then have a blast
Saturday and join the Great Parade, starting at 10:00AM. Vendors
will be around the courthouse with tons of food and craft booths
from all over, with unique selections you don't want to miss! At
12:00 & 2:00 catch a real gun fight reenactment in the town
square, followed by The Dance at 9:00 PM with the Jody Nix Band
behind the union. BYOB but no glass please. Stick around Sunday
for more family fun at the Historic Fort and visit vendor booths,
open all day from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM. Grab your family, friends, & chairs
and join us for a spectacular weekend in the beautiful Davis Mountains
of West Texas. For more information visit www.fortdavis.com or
call us at (432)426-3015.
Socorro, NM The 20th annual Fourth of July Celebration on the
New Mexico Tech campus! Wild West extravaganza, lots of good-time
dance music, Sousa marches, martial arts, plenty to eat and drink,
water slides and other activities for kids - and, of course, a
spectacular fireworks show. It's all happening north of Macey Center
on the college campus, starting at 11 a.m. and ending with the
aerial display after sunset, where there's campus parking, lots
of dance space, grass, shade trees and sunshine - all free of charge.
See page 19 for more details!
Silver City, NM Chamber of Commerce Fourth of July Parade and
Festival On July 4th we start the day with a Kiwanis Club sponsored
Cowboy Breakfast from 7:00am to 10:00 am. The parade will start
at 10:00 am. After the parade, join us in Gough Park until 5:00
pm, for live music, great food, and lots of arts and crafts booths.
Barbeque Lunch sponsored by the Kiwanis Club. This event concludes
with a spectacular Fireworks Display (fire conditions permitting),
lighting up the sky at dusk! 575-538-3785
Silver City Museum, Silver City Annual "4th of July" Ice
Cream Social' In the shady courtyard! Sponsored by Western Bank!
11:00 am - 4:00 pm Kids' Games, a CakeWalk, Live Music, Train Rides,
Historic Games and Ice Cream on our shady grounds! LIVE MUSIC Schedule:
11 am Gila Highlanders 12 pm Jessica Juarez 1 pm Bonnie Maldonado
Poetry Reading and Rising River String Band 2 pm Concert Band of
the Southwest 3 pm Gravel Road
Deming, NM Parade - Jam Fest - Fireworks at Fairgrounds (and)
Hospital Auxiliary Golf Tournament - 9:00 a.m., Rio Mimbres Country
Club, 2500 E. Pine. Deming, NM, www.demingchamber.com, 575-546-2674
Lordsburg, NM July 4th Activities & 5K Run, Fireworks Lordsburg
Rodeo, NM 34th Annual 4th of July Celebration presented by Rodeo
Community Association We are celebrating both New Mexico and Arizona's
Centennial, plus Rodeo's 110 birthday! Theme for parade will be
The Centennial, Parade will begin at 6:00 p.m. BBQ immediately
after parade at Community Bldg. Cake Auction and Parade awards
Dance music by Yarbrough Band, 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. We encourage
all our neighbors to be in our parade-no entry fee. 575-557-2372-Izzy
Luna, NM Fourth of July Celebration! Starting off with a community
baseball game at 4:30 at Luna Park followed by the popular Silent
Auction, a Cake Decorating Contest and kiddie parade with prizes,
a short patriotic program and pot luck dinner. Info. 575-547-2476
Springerville, Arizona Fourth of July Celebrations!
July 4 Pancake Breakfast, Ramsey Park, 6:30 am 4th of July Parade
~ 10:00 am The theme this year is: "100 Years, Our Way" in
honor of the Arizona Centennial, and the 100th Annual Apache County
Sheriff's Posse! Art Walk, Springerville Heritage Center, 11:00
am-2:00 pm 100th Annual Sheriff's Posse Rodeo, 1:30 pm Fireworks
at Dusk! Sheriff's Posse Dance … 9:00 pm
July 5 Art Walk, downtown Springerville & Eagar, 12:00 am-4:00
pm Art Workshops 2:00-3:30 pm Artists Reception 6:00 pm Sheriff's
Posse Dance … 9:00 pm
July 6 Eagar Centennial Park Dedication and Party 6:00 pm
July 7 Craft Show 10:00 am to 4:00 pm Public Cake Decorating Contest,
SV Park, 11:00 am- 2:00 pm
Quemado, NM Quemado Independence Day Parade & BBQ 11 am, parade
11:30 … kids carnival, next to Rito Quemado Noon … Barbeque
at Quemado Community Center All Day Vendors around town www.catroncounty.net/quemado
OR Parade entries at 10 a.m. (pre-enter at J&Y Auto before
July 4). Parade at 11 a.m. Quemado Cheerleaders' Kids' Carnival
starting after parade - face painting, games and more 50c per kid.
BBQ around noon. More info www.catroncounty.net/quemado/
Truth or Consequences, NM Dam Site Resort Independence Day Celebration,
10am-10pm, Dam Site Resort, south end of Elephant Butte Lake State
ParkJoin the Dam Site Resort for its annual 4th of july party all
day July 4th. Music, games, food, fun. Keep an eye on our facebook
page for more information.Contact: Dam Site Resort, 575-894-2073.
Cloudcroft, NM July 4 ~ Fourth of July Parade on Burro Street
July 6 ~ Firehouse Music Live music- Rock, Blues, Reggae and more!
(575)682-1229 July 6-7 ~ Melodrama "Shootout at Hole in the
Wall" at the Open Air Pavilion www.cloudcrofttheater.com.
Also July 13-14 & 20-21. July 7-8 ~ Fourth of July Celebrations
Family fun and games in Zenith Park 575-682-2733 or www.cloudcroft.net
Tubac, (Southern) Arizona Old Fashioned Fourth of July 10:00 am
to 12:00 noon,Tubac Presidio State Historic Park, sponsored by
Tubac Chamber of Commerce. The Tubac Presidio State Historic Park
will be the site of an assortment of free games for kids, free
hot dogs, watermelon, a dunk tank and "squirt down" courtesy
of the Tubac Fire Department. This event is organized by the Tubac
Chamber of Commerce and local non profit organizations. www.tubacaz.com
Patagonia, (Southern) Arizona Fourth of July Celebration The day
begins at 11:00 am with a parade through town followed by games,
food, and music in the Town Park all afternoon. There will be fireworks
dependent on the Fire Wise condition
Duncan, (Southern) Arizona Fourth of July "Sweet Land of
Liberty" Celebrate "The 4th" in Duncan! This year's
4th of July theme is "Sweet Land of Liberty." Parade
will start at 8:00 a.m. at Old Joe's Café (line-up starts
7:00 am). Following the parade, a fun day for people of all ages
is planned, so come and enjoy! 8:00 AM - Noon Farmer's Market & Food
Booths Noon - 5:00 PM Swimming & Kids Games 5:00-7:00 PM 4-H
BBQ (High School Cafeteria) 8:00 PM Program (High School Football
Field) Fireworks will be held immediately after the program
Show Low, (Northern) Arizona July 4th Celebration Show Low is
high in Arizona's White Mountains: cool! 520-398-2704.
Roswell, NM Elks Lodge #969 - Annual FREE BBQ For Veterans and
Their Families. Wednesday, July 4 from 4pm - 7pm. The Elks Lodge
is located at 1720 N. Montana. For more information call 622-1560.
and . . . Roswell Sertoma Mike Satterfield Memorial Fireworks Extravaganza.
Wednesday, July 4th starting at 5:30pm at the Cielo Grande Recreation
Area. Free to the Public. Come celebrate our nations' birthday.
Activities include a Sand Volleyball Tournament (call 575-624-6719).
Patriotic Entertainment ~ High School and Middle School Band Camp
will perform in concert. A tremendous fireworks show starts at
9:15pm. Bring the family, pack a picnic, and enjoy the festivities
surrounding our Country's Independence Day. For more information
Las Cruces, NM July 3 6:00 p.m. ~ Local Entertainers, Food and
Beverage Vendors 9:00 p.m. ~ City of Las Cruces Electric Light
Parade Presented by El Paso Electric Co. (Staging at City Hall
parking lot 700 N. Main St, south to Church Street, around to Water
Street ends on North Main Street and Picacho Avenue.)
July 4 Fourth of July Street Fest 1605 E. Hadley Ave. (Meerscheidt
Center Complex) 4:00 p.m. ~ Local Entertainers, Food & Beverage
Vendors 6:00 p.m. ~ Guest Performance Indigenous ~ Blues/R&B/Rock
7:30 p.m. ~ Opening Act The Grass Roots 60s-70s Top 40 Hits 9:00
p.m. ~ Mayor's Welcome Parade Awards Annual Fireworks Display 10:00
p.m.~ Special Guest Performance Tracy Lawrence - Country
For your safety, fireworks and pets are prohibited in the events
area and along the parade route.
Alpine, (Northern) Arizona Old Fashioned Fourth of July Saturday,
July 7 . . . o Independence Parade 10:00 AM, Main Street in Alpine,
Arizona Free hotdogs at Aspen Country Realty following the parade.
Info: call Travis … 928-339-4814
o Alpine Independence Celebration Alpine Community Center, 11:00
AM , Food, Vendors, Games. Contact Vera Cassel - 928-339-1999.
o Worm Races! 11:00 AM at Ye Old Tavern following the Independence
Parade o Alpine Community Theatre presents its 8th Annual Summer
Melodrama, "Sleight of Mind" (or) "The Medicine
Show Must Go On" Alpine Community Center, 7:00 PM o Fireworks
Display .. Alpine Rodeo Grounds at 8:30 PM, Sponsored by Alpine
Volunteer Fire Dept. Info: call Travis … 928-339-4814
Heber-Overgaard, Arizona Saturday, July 7th 5:00 am Anvil Firing
at: Bison Ranch, Mountain Meadows Elementary School, Mogollon High
School, Capps Middle School 6:00 am ~ Carissa's Run at Capps Middle
School 10k race and 2 mile fun run/walk 7:00 am ~ Pancake Breakfast
at Capps Middle School 7:00 am ~ Flag Raising at Capps Middle School
Community Choir singing partriotic songs 11:00 am ~ Parade on Hwy
Noon-6:00 pm ~ Food, Arts & Crafts, Entertainment at Tall
Timbers Park Car Show at Ace Hardware Cornhole Tournament at the
Cabin Bar and Grill
3:00 pm ~ Gates open at the Mogollon High School for the Fireworks
Show, the band True Octave, the band Mogollon, Refreshments, Inflatables,
Little Toy Train Rides
4:00 pm ~ Gates open for the reserve Seating for the bands True
Octave and Mogollon and for the Fireworks.
5:00 pm ~ True Octave opens 6:30 pm ~ Mogollon performs 9:00 pm
~ Fireworks show After the Fireworks, Mogollon performs again
Sunday July 8th 10:00 am-5:00 pm ~ Food, Arts & Crafts, Entertainment
at Tall Timbers Park