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Wondering what the choices are for things to do during the upcoming holiday season? The list that follows are just some of the many wonderful local activities to make the most of your holidaymaking with fun for kids and grown-ups alike. Most events are coming soon to an outdoor venue near you. WILLCOX Annual Christmas Apple Festival Friday and Saturday, November 26 & 27 Community Center, 312 W Stewart St. For more information: or call 520-384-2272 DOUGLAS “December to Remember” Saturday, November 27 Christmas Tree Lighting, 5-7 pm Christmas Parade, starts at 7 pm SIERRA VISTA Outdoor Chanukah Menorah Lighting Sunday, November 28, 4:30 pm in Veterans Memorial Park, 3105 E. Fry Blvd. For more information:, 520-820-6256 Annual Christmas Parade Saturday, December 4, starts at 5:30 pm Parade route: 7th Street and Fry Blvd. to Fry Blvd. and Avenida Escuela BENSON Outdoor Chanukah Menorah Lighting Monday, November 29, 4:30 pm Benson Visitors Center, 249 E. Fourth Street For more information:, 520-820-6256 Christmas Off Main Saturday, December 4, 9 am to 4 pm 150 W. Sixth in Apache Park Christmas Light Parade and Tree Lighting Saturday, December 4, starts at 6 pm For more information: Jenna, 520-265-8031 BISBEE Art & Chairs & More Auction 2021 Bisbee Woman's Club (BWC) Friday & Saturday, November 26 & 27, 10am-4pm 74 Quality Hill The artwork is on display at the BWC. People wishing to bid on pieces to buy will do so online at this link: The online auction ends... (More)
JO Roberts
Natural Resource Specialist & Conservation Biologist

FeederWatch Starts This Weekend!

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology's Feeder Watch season starts November 13 and goes through April, 2022. Go here to learn more about the program and how you can participate!
Backyard Regular Visitor, Verdin
Backyard Regular Visitor, Verdin

Festival of trees

Judge Nic Rae checks his notes while judging Christmas trees Saturday for the annual Festival of Trees in Sierra Vista.
Judge Nic Rae checks his notes while judging Christmas trees Saturday for the annual Festival of Trees in Sierra Vista.

Are you planning on donating to a local nonprofit in your area this year?

Arizona Gives Day, an annual online fundraising event on April 6, provides the opportunity for Arizona nonprofits to promote their causes and gain additional donations, especially with the financial strain of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

“2020 was a nightmare for most nonprofit organizations, they are so dependent on events and fundraisers and that couldn’t happen,” said Rebecca Dailous. “They are in dire need of support and funds. I feel that this year is more important than ever.”

Dailous, who co-hosts Cherry Creek Media’s KWCD country radio show with Val Davidson in Sierra Vista, said the COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on local nonprofits. Representatives from nonprofits across Cochise County have also spoken up about the significance of Arizona Gives Day and the financial strain of the pandemic. More information below.