Springtime in Flagstaff offers great opportunities to enjoy festivals and other local activities before the temperatures get too hot. Make plans to go to one or more of the following activities this spring.
Annual Recycled Art Show
This annual show features works of art from artists throughout Coconino County. What sets this art show apart from others is that each piece of art is made from recycled materials. From April 1st through April 30th, visitors can see the entire recycled art exhibition at the Flagstaff Mall.
Annual Zuni Festival of Arts and Culture
This event, which takes place at the Museum of Northern Arizona on May 27th and 28th, celebrates Zuni arts and culture. The festival features works by more than 50 artists, including contemporary works of art and more traditional ones. Attendees can also enjoy live musical performances and dances and learn more about Zuni culture from informative lectures.
Backcountry Tour of Wupatki National Monument Agricultural Sites
This tour takes place during Archaeology Month at Walnut Canyon National Monument. The tour, which will be held on March 30th, gives visitors a chance to go on a guided hike through Wupatki National Monument to see agricultural features and pueblos. Visitors can also expect to learn more about agricultural practices in the region.
Spring Plant Sale and Celebration
Visitors who want to stock up on spring plants can head to The Arboretum at Flagstaff for this annual sale on May 28th. Native wildflowers, heirloom vegetables and more will be available, along with expert gardeners for questions and answers. Visitors can also explore the butterfly house at the arboretum.
Lyrids Meteor Shower at Lowell Observatory
Stargazers can visit the Lowell Observatory to catch the Lyrids Meteor Shower on April 22nd. During this event, visitors can learn more about this meteor shower and enjoy family-friendly activities.
Our community in Flagstaff, AZ hosts free events for residents. Contact us to learn more about our available Flagstaff apartments.