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April 28 –The San Francisco 4-H Club Bingo fundraiser will be held at 6:30 p.m. at the Glenwood Community Center. Food and drinks will be available.
April 24 and 25 -- Ranch Days an annual fun, educational event hosted by HB and Margie McKeen at their Ranch. Students from Grant and Catron counties who are not familiar with farm and ranch living are invited to visit the ranch to experience what farm and ranch living is all about. For more information, call Margie McKeen at 575-539-2733.
Gil Storms will be speaking about Charles D. Poston: Father of Arizona. Charles D. Poston is best known for his early settlement of Arizona, the effort he put into making Arizona a U.S. territory, and owning one of Arizona's first silver mining companies with headquarters in Tubac. This is based on his book titled "Reconnaissance in Sonora: Charles D. Poston's 1854 Exploration of Mexico and the Gadsden Purchase".
Saturday Mornings -- the Glenwood Street Market is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. featuring arts and crafts, food and more.
April 13 – Glenwood Library’s Movie Night is set for Friday April 13 at 7 p.m. The feature will be “Darkest Hour,” starring Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill. Glenwood Community Library is located at 14 Menges Lane in Glenwood.
If you think Glenwood is just a sleepy town on the way to the Catwalk, think again.
Events are hopping in April. Here is a list with photos from previous similar events.
Listed here are the events coming up on April 7, a particularly busy day in the town.
Whether you’re hankering for some old-fashioned Dutch Oven cooking or flying a kite – Glenwood is the place to be on April 7. There’s a lot happening in this small community just an hour’s drive from Silver City.
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Annual Gallery Show, Desert Museum Sale, Arts & Crafts Festival
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Brad Courtney visiting from our sister corral in Prescott will be speaking about "Buckshot and Dynamite: Prescott’s Whiskey Row" at 7 P.M., Thursday, October 5, before the Cochise County Corral of the Westerners in Tombstone’s Schieffelin Hall, Fremont at 4th St.
Prescott brags that Whiskey Row was the baddest street in Arizona surpassing even Allen St. in Tombstone. Come and see for yourself. The Corral meets at 7 p.m. the first Thursday of each month at Schieffelin Hall. Come and see this wonderful, historic theater built in 1882.
There is an optional 5-ish pre-meeting dinner at the Longhorn Restaurant, Allen St., Tombstone. Call or email ahead so we can tell the restaurant how many to expect. This is Cochise County’s corral and all are welcome.
For more information contact Sheriff Doug Hocking (email@example.com), 378-1833, or Christine Rhodes at 432-5836. Everyone is invited. The Corral is growing. Join us for a good time.