December 5th and 6th,
10am to 4pm
Real Fun !
Due to Covid-19, we don’t know for sure that the Fair will take place.
We definitely don’t want to cancel it too early and then find out we could have had it after all.
Please check back for details.
The Cascabel Community Fair is a unique celebration of rural Arizona beauty, history, hospitality, diversity and artistic expression in an awe-inspiring outdoor setting.
Two sites within easy strolling distance provide variety and adventure for the whole family.
- Oasis Bird Sanctuary conducts scheduled tours of their exotic birds and sells products that support animal rescue efforts.
- Cascabel Clayworks – a cottage industry and homestead established in 1970, will host an open house and is the site of the Fair.
- Also Visit Forever Home Donkey Rescue on your way here or on your way home. We’re 12 miles north of I-10 at exit 306 (Pomerene exit). 360 West Rockspring Lane is a half mile past mile marker 7 at Gammons Gulch. (See Map)
Joining the locals will be many other fine artisans and craftsmen displaying their work in fiber, metal, wood, jewelry, clay, leather, photography and more. You will enjoy viewing the wide variety of locally made products and fresh farm produce displayed under the mesquite canopy.
The 2020 Cascabel Community Quilt.
The Cascabel Community Quilt is hand crafted each year by members of the Cascabel Community and is the Crown Jewel of the Community Fair.
Enter the Dollar Raffle for your chance to win.
“Sunrise” is the theme for our 2020 Community Quilt marking the 40th year of the Cascabel Christmas Fair. With nasturtiums and rubies symbols of the 40th.
Our ‘starter’ squares of fabric should measure 9”X9” so the finished square, once incorporated into the quilt, will measure 8”X8”.
Our creation(s) could be literal or abstract. Make more than one square, if you like. We could use any techniques or materials – so long as the finished square is machine washable. Be sure, please, that the fabrics you will use have been washed and will not shrink and that the colors will not run.
Because The Virus is so easily transmissible, we will have to forgo the pleasures of going through bins of fabrics at the Community Center. One option is to have ‘private showings’ in order to share our fabrics. Mask and glove wearing would be advised in order to prevent possible virus spread. I have gloves to share. Please contact me at 212-9853 or email@example.com with needs or questions. Thanks.
The Dollar Raffle
Enter the Dollar Raffle for a chance to win a multitude of prizes.
The Grand Prize is the Cascabel Community Quilt.
Other great prizes are donated by vendors at the Fair and by local businesses and residents.
The Raffle drawing and announcement of winners will be Sunday afternoon.
Event sponsors Cascabel Community Center and Community Garden will bring Homemade lunch and desserts.
See our 2019 Vendor Info Page HERE
♦ Live music adds to the ambiance of this rural adventure. ♦
Music line up for the 2019 Fair.
Saturday December 7
10 am to 1 pm.
Oracle Ridge Band. Ric Volante and Vicky Smith. with bassist Dan Sorenson.
Classic country and roots-rock.
Saturday December 7
Way Out West is Emmy Creigh and Tom Poley.
Featuring banjo, guitar and vocal harmonies.
The bass player for this years band is unknown at this time.
Way Out West can take you out to the West with their classic songs of cowboys, songs of Hollywood’s singing cowboys, and their own mix of cowboy and Western tunes played with a bordergrass sound!
Sunday December 8
10am to 12 pm
From Gunnison, Colorado and back visiting her childhood home here in Cascabel, Arizona.
Evelyn Roper is a blend of Americana!
Her songwriting reflects that with an emphasis on the story songs, although they may be backed with a genre not limited to Western or Country while Swing, Surf, and Rockabilly, feed her driving beats.
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Brian Grunkemeier and Patty Todd
Blues,Swing,Country, Gospel,and Old Timey Music.
Sunday December 8
From 2pm till 4pm
Photos from past events.
Cascabel is located along the banks of the beautiful San Pedro River about an hour and a half drive from Tucson. Take I-10 through Benson to exit 306. Head north through Pomerene. Follow the signs for 20 more miles on a scenic country road. The last five miles are unpaved, so take it easy and enjoy the scenery.
Click here to see the location on a map and to get directions. Handicap parking is available.
Please remember, rural Arizona still has gravel roads. You’ll be traveling five miles beyond the pavement. Take your time, keep the dust down, and enjoy the scenery. We look forward to seeing you and sharing some traditional rural neighborhood fun.
For more information, call the Clayworks at 520-212-2529.
Midvale Telephone Exchange will provide a Wireless Internet Hot-spot for the fair.