Fall In Flagstaff
Vets Will Be Honored, Route 66 Celebrated
November 1, 2016 | View PDF
Fall has officially arrived and the crisp, clean mountain air and colors are here to accentuate it. There is a lot happening in terms of tourism in Flagstaff and the Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) team is hard at work.
To name a few items of interest:
We are all looking forward to the 2016 NAU Homecoming festivities;
The team is working hard on preparing for and organizing a major FY17 initiative of producing a virtual tour of Flagstaff and the surrounding area;
We are launching a meetings-incentive program called "It pays to meet in Flagstaff";
A new creative is being produced to showcase Flagstaff as Northern Arizona's "Hub and Spoke" destination, and,
We are looking forward to celebrating the 90th Anniversary of the Mother Road, between 1 - 6 p.m., Nov. 11.
In collaboration with Veterans Day, the Route 66 90th Anniversary will be celebrated in the parking lots of Starlite Lanes and Museum Club. The family friendly event will begin at 1 p.m. with a color-guard dedication honoring our veterans followed by afternoon activities including a bounce house, live entertainment, themed food, bowling and more.
November is earmarked as a month of giving, and this event will support veteran organizations Military Order of the Purple Heart and Bowling for Vets.
Contact Trace Ward at http://www.flagstaffarizona.org/get-connected/about-fcvb/staff-listing/ for more information.