Canada-Related Events in Arizona

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Are you missing your bit of Canada while enjoying the warmer Arizona weather? The Canada Arizona Business Council is now providing you information on select events throughout the State!

Northwest Coast and Plateau Exhibit Updates

Now on Display at MIM

As guests enter MIM’s United States / Canada Gallery, two new objects are especially hard to miss: a striking eleven-foot totem pole and large box drum on display at the Northwest Coast and Plateau exhibit. Commissioned from master carvers Calvin Hunt and John Livingston, this Kwakwaka’wakw totem pole and box drum set include family crests in the form of supernatural and animal beings that come to life through music, dance, and song. Both objects illustrate the central role of music in Native American ceremonial settings.

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Annual Junior Curling Camp

June 29 – July 1, 2018

Camp curlers 11-20

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Canada Day Celebration

July 1, 2018

Come join our Phoenix Sister Cities Calgary Committee from 1-4 p.m. to celebrate Canada Day at the Musical Instrument Museum. There will be a special Canadian-themed menu inside at Cafe Allegro in addition to Canadian exhibit tours at 1:30PM and 3:30PM.

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The Great Canadian Picnic

February 2, 2019

This will mark the 67th annual celebration of Canadian Heritage in sunny Arizona. Proceeds benefit exchanges between Canada and Arizona with a focus on youth and education.

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Casa Grande Cowboy Days and O’odham Tash

February 9-24, 2019

Cowboy Days & O’Odham Tash returns to Casa Grande for a week-long celebration of western heritage, culture, and traditions. Canadian roping will take place on February 21st at The Maple Leaf Classic! Join us as we celebrate our rich heritage and see Casa Grande transform into a colorful festival full of Native American arts/crafts, rodeos, and much more.

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Canadian Snowbird Extravaganza Celebration

February 12-13, 2019

The East Valley area surrounding Phoenix, Arizona has become a popular place for snowbirds seeking a dry desert climate. The Mesa Convention Center is located on 22 acres re parkland, and features 19,000 square feet of exhibit space, along with an additional 19,000 square feet of flexible meeting space.

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