Get Ready To Celebrate Cave Creek

The 2017–18 Cave Creek season officially returns in October, and area residents will enjoy a preview of all the fun with the CITYSunTimes Cave Creek Special Events pullout in September. The issue will highlight everything from celebrating the area’s best food and drinks, to experiencing its Western heritage — and everything in between.

“Cave Creek has special events throughout the season for the whole family,” says Town Marshal Adam Stein. “Come and enjoy our Western atmosphere where everyone is a friend.”

Kicking off the season is the Town’s signature event, The Taste of Cave Creek, held this year October 18–19 (www.tasteofcavecreek.com). The two-day event showcases all the best that the town has to offer year-round, including its more than 25 area restaurants, live music, wine tasting, beer garden and some favorite artists and area vendors.

For those who are cowboys and cowgirls at heart, the 15th Annual Wild West Days takes place November 1–5 (www.wildwestdayscavecreek.com). After a two-year hiatus, the ever popular Desert Foothills Christmas Pageant is back December 2–3. In the spring, the Cave Creek Fiesta Days Rodeo celebrates its 41st anniversary. The parade is March 17 with the rodeo held March 23–25 (www.cavecreekrodeo.com).

In between Cave Creek’s main events are an abundant variety of things to do and places to go, and the Town invites everyone to, “Enjoy all that Cave Creek has to offer.” |CST

 Look for the Cave Creek Special Events Edition in September for extensive coverage of the Town of Cave Creek 2017–18 events season.

Enjoy All That Cave Creek Has To Offer

September 2015 CST.indd

By Kathryn M. Miller ~ The 2016-17 Cave Creek season officially returns in October, and area residents will enjoy a preview of all of the fun with the CITYSunTimes Cave Creek Special Events pullout in September. The issue will highlight everything from celebrating the area’s best food and drinks, to experiencing its Western heritage – and everything in between.

“Cave Creek has special events throughout the season for the whole family,” says Town Marshal Adam Stein. “Come and enjoy our western atmosphere where everyone is a friend.”

Kicking off the season is the Town’s signature event, The Taste of Cave Creek, held this year October 19-20 (www.tasteofcavecreek.com). The two-day event showcases all the best that the town has to offer year-round, including its more than 25 area restaurants, live music, wine tasting, beer garden and some favorite artists and area vendors.

“Our restaurants are always in season and feature some of the best food and drinks in the Valley,” continues Stein. “Where else can you dine and enjoy the great views of Black Mountain and the great cooler weather without the far drive up north?”

For those who are cowboys and cowgirls at heart, the 13th Annual Wild West Days takes place November 3-6 (wildwestdayscavecreek.com). In the spring, the Cave Creek Fiesta Days Rodeo celebrates its 40th anniversary March 30 – April 1, with a kickoff celebration March 25.

In between Cave Creek’s main events are an abundant variety of things to do and places to go, and the Town invites everyone to, “Enjoy all that Cave Creek has to offer.” |CST

 Look for the Cave Creek Special Events Edition in September for extensive coverage of the Town of Cave Creek 2016-17 events season.

Cave Creek Kicks Off Its 2014-15 Events Season

September 2014 CST.inddBy Kathryn M. Miller The Town of Cave Creek is gearing up for another spectacular season of events.

“Cave Creek is not only known for its spectacular desert, but also for its vibrant Town activities,” says Mayor Vincent Francia. “For each of the 12 months there is a promotion. Although these promotions are varied – from the cuisine of October’s Taste of Cave Creek to the rodeo of March’s Fiesta Days – the one thing they have in common is fun and good memories are guaranteed.”

The 2014-15 Cave Creek season kicks off with its signature event, Taste of Cave Creek. The two-day event showcases the best that the town has to offer, including its more than 25 area restaurants, live music, wine tasting, beer garden and some favorite artists, artisan shops and area vendors.

“Cave Creek is a small town that offers our residents that old town, charm, where we know our neighbors and our kids can play out in our yards…safely,” says Town Marshal Adam Stein, who is also chair of the Taste of Cave Creek. “Cave Creek is special in many ways, from our Western culture to our open space and hiking trails.”

In November, the 11th Annual Wild West Days returns to Downtown Cave Creek and Stagecoach Village. The event is Arizona’s largest western celebration and features five days of nonstop family entertainment.

“Spend the day, and say hello to your friends and neighbors; see why Cave Creek truly is where the Wild West still lives,” says Stein.

The season continues with art shows and studio tours, classic car and custom bike shows, a trail run, the annual Balloon Festival and Pro Rodeo and wraps with annual Independence Day celebrations – and so much more.

“Coming to Cave Creek because of a promotion is a good way to get to know the Town,” continues Francia. “You’ll come back. And we’ll love to see you again.” |CST

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