Both locals and tourists can enjoy any of the several exciting events in Flagstaff in the last month of winter. From sports to art, and everything in between, the February events in Flagstaff can accommodate all of your interests.
On the first Friday of every month, the ArtWalk takes place in Historic Downtown Flagstaff. During the monthly event, art galleries and businesses open their doors and host a street party with live music, special art exhibits and tasty food. The First Friday ArtWalk in February this year is scheduled for Feb. 7, from 6 to 9 p.m., but many businesses stay open after 9 p.m. to accommodate the late crowd. For details about the February event and those in the upcoming months, download the ArtWalk guide.
Flagstaff has plenty of things to do for senior citizens, whether coming out for a quick weekend trip to relax or a longer stay to take in the sights. Between the culture, mountain scenery and historical sites, there is something for everyone in Flagstaff — no matter what age.
Seniors can experience Flagstaff's beauty and history with any of the following sites or activities.
One of the things that makes Flagstaff such a unique place, is the fact that we have a fairly decent sized population and yet we still manage to maintain a small town feel. This is never clearer than during the annual Earth Day Service Project Event. Steeped in tradition, Flagstaff’s Earth Day consists of volunteers from all over the city coming together to help clean and beautify our neighborhoods and streets. Volunteers meet at 9am and divide into groups; these groups then disband into nearby neighborhoods with the goal to revitalize the community, especially those surrounding Wheeler Park and the South Side. The event shows the common tie that the people of Flagstaff share and it’s one of many reasons Flagstaff is a great place to live and visit.
The new year brings a variety of exciting and interesting events to Flagstaff. From art to local tastes to music, there is never a shortage of things to do in this small mountain town. Enjoy a day of skiing, snowboarding or sledding, and then take in some culture in the evening with any of the following events.
It’s that time of the year again in northern Arizona. The time where our glorious weather reminds us why we call this beautiful desert home. It’s also a reminder that we need to get outdoors to enjoy the scenic and historic wonders our state offers. One such wonder can be found right here in Flagstaff, Arizona not too far from your Flagstaff hotel, the Wupatki National Monument. This national treasure is an illustrious testament of the Native America culture. At one point the ancient pueblo dwellings housed both the Anasazi and Sinagua tribes. Located near the San Francisco Peaks this is one adventure that you’re going to need your camera and extra batteries for. Oh and a healthy amount of sunscreen wouldn’t hurt either.