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Arivaca Memories and Music Festival Sat. January 26, 2019

  • Arivaca Old School House 17180 W Fourth Street / PO Box 23 Arivaca, Arizona Arivaca, AZ (map)

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Relive Historic Arivaca during the 60’s and 70’s

The Arivaca Memories and Music Festival

Get your wristband at the ticket booths next to the Schoolhouse Door

$10 adults $5 children

The Arivaca Vaudeville Show with MC Banjo Bob

Music Line Up:

10:00-11:00 Banjo Bob and the Territorialists

12:00 - 1:00 Gertie Lopez and the T.O. Boys

1:30 - 3:30 Chuck and the Bandwagon

3:30 - 4:00 Local Famous and Fantastic Musicians

On the Tennis Court: Dance to the music and between bands…

11:15 Dog Agility Demonstration

11:30 1st Cake Walk

1:15 Yoga – stretching for all

2nd and 3rd cake walk will be announced

All posted times are Arivaca time, you know, close counts and are subject to change

Inside the Old School House:

Photos of Arivaca during The Hippie Decades… Arivaca happenings at California Gulch and Ruby Photo Booth with backdrop and props-take your own photo for a $5 donation to the FASHT

Zen Corner for meditation

In the Old School House Park:

Local Authors’ Table- Christina Nealson 10:30-12:00, Debby Buchanan 12:30-2:00, Rich Glinski 2:00-3:30

Game proceeds go to FASHT- Bean Bag Toss /Tic Tac Toe/ Toss Ring Toss

Peace Paint Truck Party – Emily and Ari

Adult Games of Chance:

50/50 drawing-proceeds go to the Arivaca Fire Auxiliary

Chicken Drop-proceeds go to FASHT

Vendors In the Park: many of our vendors have Facebook pages where you can see what they offer

Marian’s Market-Arivaca’s Farmers Market vendors

Coffee and Donuts plus jarred goods - Careless Coyote

Ice Cream and Root Beer Floats -Arivaca Fire Department Auxiliary

The Pop-Up Boutique - Selina Kitchens with Boots and Bags

101 Baby Quilts and larger and treats by Janice Arivaca

Original Tie Dye – Ellen Dursema

Arivaca Glass Blown Art – Brian Dursema

Michelle’s Creative Designs – Michelle Huerta

Togetherness 4 Health – The Arnold Family

Aprons and Granite – Debra Thompson

Monica Miksa-King Honey Farms/Prehistoric Collector – Honey, salsa and collectibles

Healthy Living – Regan Wendell, AHC

Horseshoe Art-Richard

People Helping People-volunteers of PHP

Crystal Mountain Magic Emporium-Cordelia Finley

Armonia Mosaic Art – Amy Gutmacher

Arivaca Soul-breakfast burritos and treats

NatureKind products-Angela Burton

Glass Happens-Peggy Terlisner

Arivaca Early Learning Center Bake Sale-teachers and volunteers

Pottery Demo-Diana MacDonell

Crafty Treasures with basket making Demo-Cindy Pupo

Vintage Car Parking Area for cars ’79 and older.

Meals Served in the Festival:

From the Old School House kitchen-Chili, Corn Bread and more – by Arivaca Helping Hearts

BK Outlaw BBQ – Smoked Meat Plates, sandwiches and sides

With your wrist band you can come and go through out the day. Arivaca has a lot to see and do.

Around Arivaca Food on the 26th:

Caffe Aribac, home of Gadsden Coffee and Tea Co – 8AM til 2PM Breakfast and Lunch

St. Ferdinand's Catholic Church-Annual Tamale Dinner and raffle

LaGitana-Food and Drink

Virginia's Rancharita-Mexican and American Food

Arivaca Soul Food Restaurant, corner of Universal Ranch and Arivaca Ranch rd. 6 am – 9 pm

Around Arivaca Activities/Businesses: Artist Co-op – Brought to you by local artists

Historical Walk-get your map at the Event information Booth-by FASHT

Casino Rural-Tour the casino, ask about rental for benefits-owned and operated by Arivaca Helping Hearts La Siesta Campground 6th Annual Vintage Trailer Show and Swap Meet starts at 10-free with Festival wrist band

La Gitana-Continue your day of music and dance following the Festival 5PM-9PM Kevin Pakulas & his band

Trail rides- There are many marked trails around Arivaca. Many of them do not require 4 -wheel drive

Benefiting the Friends of the Arivaca Schoolhouse and Historic Townsite (FASHT) Any festival related questions e-mail or text 460-0303 Thank you