Help Us Bring Piggy Home!
February 14, 2021 -
1–5pm Tickets are $45 each at OldTown.org
Adults only event, ages 21 and up, alcohol will be served!
Sip, savor, shop and stroll through charming Historic Old Town Cottonwood on this magical evening to remember, the annual Valentine’s Day Sip and Stroll. You will receive a complimentary glass, wine tasting, along with a special sweet treat at each participating venue. It's the perfect way to spend Valentine’s Day!
Beginning at 1 pm, collect your glass at Small Batch Wine & Spirits (1044 North Main Street / Old Town Square, Cottonwood Arizona), your ticket, map, swag bag, and start your Sip & Stroll at any of the participating locations.
3 Kings Kasbar
Burning Tree Cellars
COLT 804 Grill
Small Batch Wine & Spirits
Don’t forget to keep your eye out for special sales by our local Old Town Merchants!
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Through its collections, public programs, and preservation activities, the mission of CHSM is to foster a deep understanding and appreciation of Clarkdale's and the region's rich history as well as support economic development and contribute to a higher quality of life for its citizens.
Clarkdale, Arizona's first master-planned community, is nationally recognized for preserving and celebrating its rich history as a fundamental part of its identity, economic development and quality of life.
- Clarkdale is a unique example of a "company" mining town. It was planned, owned and developed by Wm Andrews Clark.
- Senator Clark bought the United Verde Copper mine in Jerome, AZ, in 1888 after failed mining efforts of others.
- By 1912 a new smelter for the mining operation was needed; construction began next door in Clarkdale.
- Join us today on a journey through the culture and history of Clarkdale, a uniquely preserved company mining town.