Historic Route 66 Car Show in Williams, AZ
With frequent clear, cloudless skies and remote landscapes with virtually no light pollution, the Grand Canyon is perfect for stargazing. Amateur astronomers from across the country volunteer their expertise and offer free nightly programs and telescope viewing. https://www.nps.gov/grca/planyourvisit/grand-canyon-star-party.htm
Get an impressive night view of Grand Canyon during a SUPER MOON, which happens on July 3, August 1, August 31 and September 29.
"Tribute to the West" Parade, Live Music, Native American Dancers, Cornhole Tournament, Bike Decorating, Kid's Games, Food, Drinks and two Drone Light Shows. https://tusayan-az.gov/explore/
A rare annular solar eclipse in which a smaller-than-average new moon moves across, but fails to block completely, the sun to cause a 'ring of fire'. This eclipse will last approximately 5 minutes and Grand Canyon National Park South Rim […]
Run or walk a half-marathon or 5k in the wilds of the Kaibab National Forest, just south of the breathtaking Grand Canyon South Rim. https://tusayan-az.gov/explore/