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Palmer Report September 23rd – 29th

Today is the autumn equinox. Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015. A normal day that may become something special. Or perhaps, just an ordinary day. That my friend is all up to you. The weather has begun to cool. If you can find them, the leaves have began to turn colors. For those that are new to Arizona. This is the time to get outside.

Gila County Historical Museum

The Gila County Historical Society hosts a Hamburger Fry on the last Friday of every month. Plates are only $7 per person and provide an arrangement of home made cookout food. After dinner you are welcome to come in and view the Gila County History Museum. Dinner starts at 5:30pm.

This is an example of an early printing press in Gila County, Arizona.
This is an example of an early printing press in Gila County, Arizona.

 

Farmers Market

The Globe-Miami Farmers Market is in it’s final two weeks. The stands are setup by 8am and stay that way until about 11am. With only a couple of chances left to sell their goods, the vendors will be handing out deals left and right. You can expect to find fresh fruits and vegetables that are grown locally. However, that is just the tip of the iceberg with home made bread, soaps and lotions, eggs, fresh cut flowers, canned jellies and jams. There is no excuse as Saturday is projected to a be a cool, sunny day. Take the time to enjoy the morning air.

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The Farmers Market is located at the Veterans Memorial Park in Downtown Globe, the park with the train.

Globe Miami Centennial Band

Globe Miami Centennial Band will open its 5th season with a concert inside the Bullion Plaza Historical Museum. In honor of Miami’s historic, musical past, the Centennial Band will be playing a lot of Latin Swing and big band sound. Admission is by donation at the door. The concert begins at 7:00pm. Help the band start the year off with a great show.

The Globe-Miami Centennial Band poses for a photo at the Center for the Arts in Globe.
The Globe-Miami Centennial Band poses for a photo at the Center for the Arts in Globe.

Besh Ba Gowah Archeological Park

The Besh Ba Gowah Archeological Park and Museum is located just next to the Community Center Park on Jesse Hayes Road in Globe. The park is now open Wednesday through Sunday from 9am to 4:30pm for winter hours. Take the time to walk the reconstructed ruins of a people who lived in this area thousands of years ago. After Besh Ba Gowah you can walk across the street and enjoy a nice picnic at the park.

The main structure of the reconstructed Indian ruins at Besh Ba Gowah Archeological Park.
The main structure of the reconstructed Indian ruins at Besh Ba Gowah Archeological Park.

 

 

 

 

About Stephen Palmer

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.

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