||Sierra Vista / Fort Huachuca Events
Every Thursday and Saturday
Sierra Vista Farmers' Market
Enjoy locally grown produce as well as the other unique items and products available. Find fresh produce, and locally raised, grass-fed meats, pasture-raised eggs, honey and preserves, nuts, seeds, plants, trees and much more. The Sierra Vista Farmers' Market is open every Thursday and Saturday 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Admission is free. For more information call (520) 678-2638 or visit www.sierravistafarmersmarket.com.
Sierra Vista Symphony Orchestra
The 2011-2012 Season
January 20, 2012
Classic to Romantic”
Arizona Folklore Preserve
Weekend concerts by Arizona's Official State Balladeer, Dolan Ellis, and talented artists handpicked by Dolan to bring you the best in Arizona and southwestern music. See the current schedule of events at the AFP website. The preserve is closed for summer vacation during the months of July and August.
Henry Hauser Museum
This museum, located in the Ethel Berger Center in Sierra Vista, is dedicated to preserving and displaying items of interest pertaining to history of human culture in the greater Sierra Vista area. The Ethel Berger Center is at 2950 E. Tacoma St, Sierra Vista, (520) 417-6980, ext. 560. The museum is open Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm; Saturday, 10 am to 2 pm; closed on Sundays and federal holidays. Admission is free. The museum is frequently closed when new exhibits are being mounted, so it is wise to phone ahead before you make your visit.
Ramsey Canyon Preserve Nature Walks
Beginning in March and running through to October, guided nature walks are offered on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 9 am. Preserve opens to the public at 8 am. Call ahead to confirm walk dates: (520) 378-4952.
Sierra Vista EOP Bird Walks
In cooperation with the City of Sierra Vista, SABO, the Friends of the San Pedro River, and Huachuca Audubon Society offer 2-hour birding tours of the wastewater wetlands at the Environmental Operations Park on the city's east side. These Sunday morning tours begin at 8 a.m. from October through March and 7 a.m. from April through September. The tours spend approximately 2 hours exploring areas normally off limits to the public. No reservations are required for these tours, and there is no charge to participate, but all three organizations appreciate donations to help continue their work on behalf of southeastern Arizona's wildlife and habitats. For more information call SABO at (520) 432-1388.