As summer is coming to an end there is no shortage of things to do in Globe-Miami. The best part is that most of the events are either free, or close to it. Which is fortunate for those of us who broke the bank preparing for another year of school. Whatever you decide to do this week; be safe and have fun
Nurdberger Cafe Hosts Live Music and Costumes
Friday July 1st, Nurdberger Cafe, 420 S. Hill Street, will host live music from 6pm until 8pm. Come and enjoy a delicious dinner on the patio. For an added flavor of fun, dress up in your favorite costume. Last time the event was hosted we had a visit from Link, GI Joe, a pirate and a few princesses. This event is all ages and we hope to see the little ones out in costume and taking pictures with their favorite characters. Josiah Palmer will start the night with music, followed by Josh Dobbs and Brian Vadnais. Stephen Palmer will be playing his music from 7pm to 8pm.
Gila County Historical Society Hamburger Fry
On the last Friday of every month the Gila County Historical Society hosts a Hamburger Fry. This month that lands on Friday July 31st. The cookout begins at 5:30pm and is only $7 a plate. Live music will be provided by Paul Machula. For a lot of the musicians in town Mr. Machula was their first music teacher in elementary school. If you need a piano tuned in town, you call Paul. Give mom or dad a break from the kitchen and come on over to the Chamber of Commerce, 1360 N. broad Street, for some good food, good music and great people.
After a short, one week break, the farmers market is back open for business. The market opens at 8am and is usually packed up by 11am. For the most part, the Globe farmers Market is open every Saturday at the Globe City Park, 150 N. Pine Street. There are plenty of vendors to choose from with a variety of products from natural honey and homemade butter to fresh carrots and celery. The Globe Farmers Market will be open this Saturday, August 1st.
Globe Library Presents Local Authors
This Saturday, August 1st, the Globe Library presents two local authors; Kari Kinnar Pratt and Kent Johnson Olson. Join them at the Library, 339 S. Broad Street, from 10am to Noon for a live reading. This is your chance to meet a couple of talented, local authors. Have them sign your book or just spend time asking questions on the insights of being a writer. Either way, you can feed your intellectual mind this weekend at the Globe Library.
Sinthetic Live at Two Lanes
Who is ready to rock? Two Lanes will be hosting the local band Sinthetic on Friday, July 3st starting at 9pm. Come out and enjoy some tasty fried foods and a cold beer while having your easrs tantalized with the sweet sounds of Sinthetic.
Stephen Palmer is an Arizona native, born and raised. With his ear to the ground and head in the clouds Stephen brings a passion to life that is as complex as it is full of joy. Reader beware the adventures of an untamed mind.