Let’s Get Excited

Published by The Bee News

May 23, 2024

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Let’s get excited! Katie Barthlow, Kingman Office of Tourism has provided this information about upcoming events in Kingman, Arizona.

May 25, June 1, 8 – Kingman’s Market in the Park – Join us for Kingman’s Market in the Park! Located at Lewis Kingman Park, 2201 E Andy Devine Ave. Here you’ll find an array of products including baked goods, local produce, clothing, hand-made arts & crafts, and so much more! 8am to 12pm. 

May 25, June 1, 8 – Kingman Farmers Market at Thunder-Rode – We have been providing our community with fresh, local seasonal produce and supporting Kingman’s local artists and craftspeople through every season for several years. We also support our local bands who are known to entertain the market crowds. The Kingman Farmers Market, located in the Thunder-Rode Event Center, 102 E Beale St. The Kingman Farmers Market will take place every Saturday in the Thunder-Rode Event Center as long as weather is permitting. Spring, Fall, and Winter hours are 9am-1pm. Summer hours are 8am-Noon.

May 26 – Strawberry Fest – Pitchfork Market at Metcalfe Park. Free entry! Food trucks, art classes, demos, and face painting! Fresh produce by DD Farms. Live music! Over 60 merchants! Baked goods, coffee, tea, cheese curds, honey, candy, dry rubs, eggs, sauces, soups, nuts, pet treats, wood work, silversmithing, jewelry, collectables, books, health & wellness, bath/body, apparel, jams/jellies, fiber art, quilts, and so much more! Located at 315 W Beale St. 9am to 2pm. www.pitchforkmarketevents.com 

May 27 – Hackberry Hoedown – Join us this Memorial Day for an afternoon of dancing to the music of The Old Time Rte 66 Band along the stunning Music Mountain range of Mohave County. Located at Hackberry General Store, 11255 E Hwy 66. 12:30pm to 5:30pm. Call 607.761.5716 for more information.

June 1 – National Trails Day – Free entry to hike, play, and enjoy the day! Located at Hualapai Mountain Park, Rec Area 2. This year we will be offering a trail project, so if you want to help bring gloves. Tools will be provided by our wonderful sponsor DOT Foods! 9am to 1pm. Call 928.757.0915 for more info. 

June 1 – Farmhouse Birthday Bash – The Farmhouse turns 6! Join us for refreshments, food, discounts, and more! We want to give a huge THANK YOU to everyone who has supported and watched us grow these past 6 years. Wear pink and receive a discount! Event starts at 10am. Located at 317 E Beale St. 

June 1 – Tiki Island Bash – Presented by Feral Cat Warriors. Live musical performance by international reggae artist Iya Ingi & the Hierarchy Band. Located at Beale Celebrations, 201 N 4th St. Doors open at 5pm. Dinner, silent auction, 50/50, raffle prizes, contests. All proceeds will benefit the unwanted and feral cats of Mohave County. https://feralcatwarriors.org/tiki-island-bash-fundraising-gala/

June 7 – Downtown Streetscape Ribbon Cutting – The City of Kingman and Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with Kingman Main Street and the Downtown Merchants Association present the Beale Streetscape Ribbon Cutting! Event starts at 5:30pm at the intersection of 4th St & Beale St in Downtown Kingman. Immediately to follow this event is the June First Friday celebration.

June 7 – First Friday – Beale St Block Party – Come celebrate Beale Street with us! Bring your friends and family to Beale St First Friday for an evening of art, live music, roller skating, games, vendors, specials, and fun! Bounce houses and train rides! The Swillers will be performing at Sportsman’s lot on the corner of 4th St & Andy Devine. Beale St will be closed to traffic from 2nd St to 6th St, and we are filling the street with so many fun activities. Enjoy Chillin’ on Beale car show between 5th & 6th. Wheels on Beale Roller Skate popup will be on 2nd St. Retro Alley will be on 4th St. Black Sheep Ink will be having a special Retro Themed Flash Frenzy and a free temporary tattoo station ran by the shop kids! Come party with us! Event is 6pm to 9:30pm.

June 8 – Chloride Old Miners Day – On June 8th, the community of Chloride celebrates their rich mining history with the Old Miners’ Day Parade and Celebration. All proceeds go to the Chloride Chamber of Commerce Special Events Committee. To start the day, Chloride’s bakers prepare their one-of-a-kind treats for the Corner Bake Sale at 8 AM. Pineapple Upside-Down Cake and Pecan Pie are bestsellers! Don’t forget to buy raffle tickets… the prizes include hotel stays, gift certificates, and sometimes cash! You can still participate in the parade, just sign up in the Town Hall between 9:30 AM and 11 AM. Watch gunfight reenactments in the Chloride Historical Society’s Cyanide Springs at 11 AM and 1 PM. The parade starts at noon! After the parade, have lunch at Yesterday’s Restaurant, grab a snack at the Mineshaft Market or from one of the various food vendors. The parade awards celebration and raffle prizes (at the Chloride Town Hall) round out the day!

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