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"Holiday Season Shopping Event" in Rodeo, NM Nov. 18-19

Annual Gallery Show, Desert Museum Sale, Arts & Crafts Festival

To Highlight Community's Seasonal Celebration

The spectacular San Simon Valley, straddling the Arizona/New Mexico state line 50 miles north of Douglas, AZ features classic bajadas that extend west to the Chiricahua Mountain Range in AZ and east to the Peloncillo Mountain Range in NM. In the middle of that picturesque landscape lies the town of Rodeo....New Mexico's most western (and sleepy) little town. And, many say, the most friendly!

There's no better time to visit this magical place than the weekend before Thanksgiving, when community artisans and businesses hope to meet regional residents and visitors during annual Holiday Season Shopping Event!

Don't miss these shopping opportunities available November 18-19; plus

The "Ohitika" Native Girls Singing Group will circulate all venues on the 18th!

Chiricahua Gallery Holiday Show

Downtown Rodeo on Highway 80; Nov. 18th and 19th; Open Daily 10 a.m.-4pm.

Refreshments will be served.

https://www.facebook.com/ChiricahuaGallery/?fref=ts
http://www.chiricahuagallery.net

Chiricahua Desert Museum Holiday Sale

2 miles north of Rodeo on Highway 80; Nov. 18-19; Open 9 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

FREE Museum Admission and FREE Refreshments all day.

https://www.facebook.com/ChiricahuaDesertMuseum/?fref=ts
http://www.chiricahuadesertmuseum.com/

Rodeo Community Association's annual Arts and Crafts Festival

Rodeo Community Center, 1 block east of Hwy 80 on Hickory St.

Nov. 18 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Visit 30 vendors offering Fudge, Gifts, Food and Holiday Cheer! Homemade lunch will be served at the Rodeo Community Center.

https://www.facebook.com/events/206841366410747/

Rodeo, NM is located on Scenic NM Highway 80. Traveling north from Douglas, AZ on NM 80, You'll traverse the gorgeous San Bernardino Valley, home of Geronimo's surrender site. Travelling south from I-10 at the NM exit 5, you'll pass through Granite Gap, and gasp at the towering Chiricahuas Mountains! There are many options for overnight stays or even longer. For Lodging Information, call 575-557-1400.