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Upcoming Events in Williams Arizona


May

18 - 20 Rendezvous Days - Come celebrate the town's western heritage. Activities include a black powder shoot and competitions and 1800's crafts. All weekend long, visitors can view Tepees and turn of the century artisan crafts at the popular Traders Row along with activities like the tomahawk throw. These activities will be held at Buckskinner Park on 6th Street just south of downtown.

In addition to the Buckskinner activities, various bounce houses of all shapes and sizes will be set up along Railroad Avenue turning it into a fun zone for kids of all ages to bounce their way into summer! Proceeds will benefit Williams Elementary-Middle School, Williams Headstart and Heritage School.

After you work up a hunger from watching the Memorial Day Parade that starts at 11am and can be seen all along Route 66, stop on by the Williams Rec. Center for a great meal! The Williams 4-H group will be cooking up their delicious BBQ lunch at the Williams Rec. Center from 11am to 1pm.

And if you love arts and crafts, the Spring Craft Show will be held from 9am to 5pm on Saturday May 29th at the Sultana Theatre where local artisans and crafters will gather to sell their work.

Ph: 800-863-0546 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: satkinson@williamschamber.com
Web: www.williamschamber.com

June

30 - 1AZ0503015e004 - Williams Arizona State H.O.G. Rally - June is a great time of year to get out of the city and come enjoy the cool pines and small town hospitality of Williams, Arizona! They are ready to roll out the red carpet and welcome riders as only they can.

There will be so much to do with scenic guided rides as well as self-guided rides throughout Northern Arizona. Also, a ride in Bike Show and Great Bike Games with covered seating!! Listen to live music, dance the night away or just kick back with friends. The possibilities are endless, you won't want to miss a minute of it! The H.O.G. Rally will also feature poker runs, bike games and shows, 50/50 draws and lots more.

Address: 200 West Railroad Avenue , Williams, Arizona
Ph: 928-635-2645 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: AzStateRC@msn.com
Web: www.azstatehogrally.com/

7 - 9 Fabulous 50's Ford Club of America - We will be welcoming the Fabulous 50's Ford Club America and their Annual Classic Car Show in June this year. We are expecting about 200 vehicles from the meticulously restored to the total Hot Rods. This will take place along Route 66 with the biggest showing yet of great classic cars. Events will be an entire weekend, with lots of 50's activities, games, and car show trophy competitions.

Ph: 800-863-0546 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@williamschamber.com
Web: www.hemmings.com

14 - 16 Cowpuchers Reunion Rodeo - This is when the real working cowboys get together and put on a big rodeo for themselves. An action packed event that is great fun to watch. Rodeo daily 1 PM. Dance Friday and Saturday.

Address: Bob Dean Rodeo Arena , Williams, Arizona
Ph: 928-632-7680 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@williamschamber
Web: www.williamschamber.com
Fee: $5

July

23 - 24 Williams Wild Rodeo Show - The Williams Wild Rodeo Show will feature both rodeo and working cowboys competing in roughstock and timed events. The skill of the cowboys, the power, strength and speed of the animals and the energetic interaction of all of them will provide an unparalleled evenings entertainment.

Email: info@williamschamber.com

4 Home Town 4th of July - The celebration will include a parade, local BBQ's, ice cream social, craft sidewalk sale at the Visitor Center and family activities. Enjoy our small town mountain community during the day and a spectacular fireworks display that evening.

Ph: 800-863-0546 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@williamschamber.com
Web: experiencewilliams.com/

August

19 - 20 Williams Wild Rodeo Show - The Williams Wild Rodeo Show will feature both rodeo and working cowboys competing in roughstock and timed events. The skill of the cowboys, the power, strength and speed of the animals and the energetic interaction of all of them will provide an unparalleled evenings entertainment.

Email: info@williamschamber.com

2 - 3 Cool County Cruise-In and Route 66 Festival - Go back in time and enjoy the 1950's again on Route 66. Activities include a Classic Car Show with trophies given for various classes, a battle of the bands, a sock hop, contests and lots more fun.

Ph: 928-635-1418 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@route66place.com
Web: www.route66place.com
Fee: Free

2 - 4 Cool Corvette Cruise Car Show - Enjoy Route 66 with this special Car Show, a Street Dance featuring 50's and 60's music and Cruise the Loop on Main Street America right here in Williams. Another way to enjoy Arizona and we encourage you to visit all of the communities on Route 66.

Ph: 928-635-1418 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@williamschamber.com
Web: www.prescottvettesette.org

3 Miss Route 66 Pageant - Williams celebrates Route 66 with this tribute to our youth. Open to area girls 14 to 18, the winning contestant will represent Williams at the Miss historic Route 66 Pageant in Seligman during the Fun Run, May of 2011.

Address: Christmas Tree Gallery & Williams Realty, 420 E. Route 66 , Williams, Arizona
Ph: 928-635-1418 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.williamschamber.com
Fee: Free

9 - 11 Firing Pin Enterprises, Inc. Arizona Gun Show - In their 8th year of promoting Gun Shows in Arizona, Firing Pin will be bringing about 80 specialty vendors to the Bob Dean Rodeo Grounds and Rodeo Barn. The show hours are Saturday 9am-5pm and Sunday 9am-4pm.

Address: Williams Rodeo Barn , Williams, Arizona
Ph: 602-275-1623 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.firingpin.com

September

17 - 19 Labor Day PRCA Rodeo - This is a pure professional rodeo featuring the top rodeo cowboys, a big time rodeo in a western small-town atmosphere. The weekend includes a parade on Saturday, dances and many more activities. This is the way rodeos used to be!

Ph: 800-863-0546 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@williamschamber.com
Web: www.williamsfestivals.com
Fee: Adults, $10, $5 kids 12 & under; Monday, seniors 1/2 price

6 - 7 Williams Wild Rodeo Show - The Williams Wild Rodeo Show will feature both rodeo and working cowboys competing in roughstock and timed events. The skill of the cowboys, the power, strength and speed of the animals and the energetic interaction of all of them will provide an unparalleled evenings entertainment.

Ph: 800-863-0546 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@williamschamber.com
Web: www.williamschamber.com

October

20 - 23 William's Family Fun Fall Festival - The William's Family Fun Fall Festival (FFFF) will be held at the Rodeo Grounds and we are gearing up for the possibility of upwards of 50,000 visitors during the Columbus Day extended weekend. The events features Local artisans, Carnival, Extraordinary Entertainment, Side Walk Sales, Pie Eating Contest, Pumpkin Decorating, and many more old fashion contests. Come "Cruise the Loop" Route 66. Events include The Golf along Route 66 Tournament. For more information on the golf tournament contact Brian at the Elephant Rocks Golf Course at 635-4935.


Address: Bob Dean Rodeo Arena , Williams, Arizona
Ph: 928-635-1418 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@williamschamber.com
Web: www.williamsfestivals.com

November

1 - 17 The Grand Canyon Railway Polar Express - Nov/Dec - Experience the magic of The Polar Express, the classic children's book by Chris Van Allsburg. The Polar Express comes to life when the train departs the Williams Depot for a journey through the quiet wilderness for a special visit to the North Pole with Santa Claus.

Enjoy hot chocolate and cookies while listening to the magical story. Watch the joy on the children's faces when the train arrives at the North Pole, where Santa Claus and his reindeer will be waiting. Santa will board The Polar Express and hand each child their own sleigh bell. Christmas carols will be sung with Santa on the return trip to Williams. Make this a family holiday tradition. Call today to make your reservations because space is limited to those who truly believe in the spirit of Christmas. The train departs at 6:30 pm (and 8:00 pm on select evenings.) No rides on Tuesdays.

November, Thurs - Sun, except Thanksgiving's Friday and Saturday

Ph: 800-THE-TRAIN (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@thetrain.com
Web: www.thetrain.com
Fee: Adults: $22 - Children: $10 (ages 2 - 16)

December

20 - 19 The Polar Express - The Grand Canyon Railway - Experience the magic of The Polar Express, the classic children's book by Chris Van Allsburg. The Polar Express comes to life when the train departs the Williams Depot for a journey through the quiet wilderness for a special visit to the North Pole with Santa Claus.

Enjoy hot chocolate and cookies while listening to the magical story. Watch the joy on the children's faces when the train arrives at the North Pole, where Santa Claus and his reindeer will be waiting. Santa will board The Polar Express and hand each child their own sleigh bell. Christmas carols will be sung with Santa on the return trip to Williams. Make this a family holiday tradition. Call today to make your reservations because space is limited to those who truly believe in the spirit of Christmas. The train departs at 6:30 pm (and 8:00 pm on select evenings.) No rides on Tuesdays.

Ph: 800-THE-TRAIN (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@thetrain.com
Web: www.thetrain.com
Fee: Adults: $22 - Children: $10 (ages 2 - 16)

23 Mountain Village Holiday - Celebrate the Holidays in our historic setting in the mountains. Enjoy our Parade of Lights, Christmas craft sale, lighting contests, live entertainment, luminaries, downtown shopping opportunities and other holiday activities through December.

Email: info@williamschamber.com

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Saloon Row Ghost Tour

Williams, Arizona, *The "Living" Ghost Town. The unique new "Saloon Row Ghost Tour" takes guests on a spine-tingling Spooky Walking Tour into the dark side of Williams, Arizona. Saloon Row raises more questions than it answers. The "Saloon Row Ghost Tour"

Williams, AZ Ghost Tours

Stables in the Pines

Scenic rides through the Kaibab National Forest. Quality horses, experienced guides. 1/2

Williams, AZ Equestrian

Spirit Mountain Ranch L.L.C.

Agri tourism dedicated to raising and education of North American Bison. Home of the white buffalo.

Williams, AZ Agriculture

Grand Canyon Deer Farm

Petting Zoo. Different varieties of deer, pygmy goats, llamas, monkeys, miniature donkeys, peacocks. Large gift shop with lots of t-shirts, moccasins, souvenirs & giftware.

Williams, AZ Zoos

Williams Ski Area

Alpine skiing, beginner through advanced. Focus on families, school, church, scout groups. Boarders welcome, ski and board rentals and instruction. Snow play/tubing slope. Call for group discounts.

Williams, AZ Skiing

Things to do near Williams, AZ

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