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  • TOURISM ROUND UP, REGISTER HERE!

    Destination Marketing and Promotion from your Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce:
     
    What is the Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce doing for destination marketing for fiscal year 19/20. Come to an informative presentation on October 29th to find out.
    This one-hour session will be offered three times to accommodate your schedule. Come at breakfast, lunch, or in the evening to get the scoop on our marketing and public relations plans to promote our destination and bring visitors from near and far.
     
    Date October 29, 2019
    Times: 8AM - Noon - 4PM
    Location: Riverfront Meeting Room
    Please RSVP for ONE of the times selected. Space is limited and we want as many people as possible to hear about our exciting plans.
     
    Each meeting will last no longer than one hour including a chance for you to ask questions, get answers, and leave more informed. If we take more than an hour, we’ll be giving out some prizes.

     

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  • Steps to Recovery Homes is holding its 3rd annual Northern Arizona Music Festival "Roots, Roll, and Ride" benefit at The Collective Sedona on Saturday, October 13th,  2018. This event will start with a motorcycle run in the morning and follow with five or six bands playing. There will be exhibit booths and food available throughout the day. This Event is free to the public.

    For more information click here.

  • Cottonwood's 65th Annual Christmas Parade

    Theme "Candyland Christmas"

    Saturday, December 7, 2019
    Parade begins at 11 AM

    GRAND MARSHALL: TBA

     

    Starting from the parking lot at the Verde Valley Fairgrounds, the parade will travel east on Cherry Street, turn left on Main Street and continue north all the way into Old Town Cottonwood.
    Bundle up, bring your chairs, and experience a true home town Christmas Parade. There are floats, fancy cars, mountain men in authentic dress, dogs, horses, pigs, lambs, dancers, old tractors, the Mingus Union High School Drumline, fire trucks and much, much more!


    Download Parade Application here or

    Register Online here!

    Watchers are Free!

    After the parade,
    stay in Old Town and get your fill of Chocolate
    at the 26th Annual Chocolate Walk!