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Details: Spotlights 30 finest Arizona and local White Mountain artists work. Also features art, live music, food and fun, artist demonstrations with Navajo painter Larry Ashkie and High Country Gallery fine art painters Beth Zink and Sharon Elliot. Variety of art mediums from diamond and fine Native American jewelry to western ranch wear and skin care emollients. Live flute music until noon by returning Vibhas Kendzia and rock and folk tribute tunes. Burgers, hot dogs and fresh lemonade. Fresh homemade fruit pies and ice cream are available. Admission is free.

Details: “Bears” follows two mother bears sharing life lessons with their impressionable young cubs over the span of a year, set against the breathtaking backdrop of Alaska. Beverages and delicious treats will be available for purchase. Attendees are asked to help keep Frontier Fields clean by using the trash receptacles provided. This free event is sponsored by the City of Show Low.

Details: Shop local. The market features artists, crafters, home bakers, fresh produce, plants, honey, grass fed meats, eggs, food concessions, entertainers and more providing healthy food. It will also offer educational classes on growing food, crafts, small business development and health issues. Class schedule to be announced.

Details: Help Walking Down Ranch pay homage to our service men and women—active, retired, and fallen. After the event, the Veterans Village Thrift Store will hold a large furniture yard sale with proceeds benefitting Walking Down Ranch’s efforts toward providing transitional housing for local veterans.

Details: Participants can register at 8:30 a.m. and need to complete a registration form and liability form. Donation is $25 and includes free lunch and a chance to win a gift certificate to Dairy Queen. Also featured will be a craft bazaar, bake sale, local vendors, raffle items and door prizes. Lunch from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. of either pulled pork sandwich or hot dog, chips, soft drink and cookie for $4 and free samples of take and bake pizza will be available. From 9 a.m. to noon there will be a Kid Zone with face painting, fun tattoos, coloring contests, prizes, carnival games, Heber-Overgaard fire truck and children’s entertainment.

Details: Spotlights 30 finest Arizona and local White Mountain artists work. Also features art, live music, food and fun, artist demonstrations with Navajo painter Larry Ashkie and High Country Gallery fine art painters Beth Zink and Sharon Elliot. Variety of art mediums from diamond and fine Native American jewelry to western ranch wear and skin care emollients. Live flute music until noon by returning Vibhas Kendzia and rock and folk tribute tunes. Burgers, hot dogs and fresh lemonade. Fresh homemade fruit pies and ice cream are available. Admission is free.

Details: Learn more about Smokey as an American icon and symbol for fire prevention. It’s free, so bring the entire family — prizes will be handed out to all kids who attend. The program is held outside at the Adair Amphitheater, located within the East Side Day Use Area. There is no entrance fee to the recreation area to attend this presentation and duration is about an hour.

Details: Shop local. The market features artists, crafters, home bakers, fresh produce, plants, honey, grass fed meats, eggs, food concessions, entertainers and more providing healthy food. It will also offer educational classes on growing food, crafts, small business development and health issues.

Details: Spotlights 30 finest Arizona and local White Mountain artists work. Also features art, live music, food and fun, artist demonstrations with Navajo painter Larry Ashkie and High Country Gallery fine art painters Beth Zink and Sharon Elliot. Variety of art mediums from diamond and fine Native American jewelry to western ranch wear and skin care emollients. Live flute music until noon by returning Vibhas Kendzia and rock and folk tribute tunes. Burgers, hot dogs and fresh lemonade. Fresh homemade fruit pies and ice cream are available. Admission is free.

CONCHO: Lodestar Gardens hosting Protecting your Property from Fire Damage from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with Jon Vaught. For more information, or map and directions to Lodestar, call 928-587-1660 or carpediem@lodestargardens.com. To register for this event, email: bhockabout@gmail.com.

CONCHO: Free gardening class covering topics of Pest Control; Local Gardening Resources from 2-4 p.m. at Concho Elementary School, community meeting room. Pre-registration is not needed. For questions or more information, call Marcia at 928-337-2602.