BLACK CANYON CITY – Come enjoy activities and displays on the community’s outstanding cultural, historical, recreational and environmental offerings at Black Canyon Heritage Park on Saturday, January 26.
Learn more about Arizona history while also enjoying a combination of food, crafts, informational booths and activities that will appeal to people of all ages and backgrounds at two events: the third annual Black Canyon City WinterFest, and Cañon Arizona History’s BookFest.
Both festivals take place on January 26, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the same place, Black Canyon Heritage Park located at 33955 S. Old Black Canyon Highway in Black Canyon City.
Exhibitors include Bureau of Land Management, Tonto National Forest, Black Canyon Historical Society, Sierra Club – Grand Canyon Chapter, Wild-at-Heart, Central Arizona Conservation Alliance, Arizona State Parks, Audubon, artists, Arizona Humanities, Arizona State University, crafts, ProMusica Arizona and more.
Special guest Smokey the Bear hopes to join the festivities.
Visit the AZ Water/Ways booth for preview of the upcoming “Water, Black Canyon, and Me,” which is the the program leading up to Black Canyon City’s Arizona Water/Ways Exhibit in cooperation with the Smithsonian and Arizona Humanites.
The community would like to thank to Annia Quiroz, the engagement coordinator for the latest WinterFest sponsor, which is Central Arizona Conservation Alliance.
For more information or to get updates visit BCHeritagePark.org. Or find them on social media at: www.facebook.com/BlackCanyonHeritagePark/. Contacts for exhibitors, sponsors or more information: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Ann Hutchinson (623) 293-8628.