Ha:san Bak Saguaro Festival



As one of the greatest iconic symbols of the desert southwest, the saguaro cactus is a native to the Sonoran Desert. There are 2 ways to enjoy the festivities:

(1) PUBLIC PORTION includes presentations, archaeological hikes, demonstrations of flintknapping, hands-on cultural activities, and native fry bread. No reservations required for the public portion.

** 10am-2pm Public Portion, free and open to the public.

(2) WORKSHOP includes the public portion above and manufacturing traditional tools, harvesting the fruits, and learning about the cultural significance of this ancient tradition. Depending on the harvest, all participants get syrup to take home and invaluable experiences in this rich tradition.

** 5am, Sunrise Workshop, includes Public Portion if desired. Workshop $65/person, or 2/$100, by reservation only.

For more information, or to make reservations, contact

 

Date:

Jun 29, 2019

Location:

Colossal Cave Mountain Park
16721 E Old Spanish Trail
Vail, AZ 85641

Hours:

Workshop: 5am, Free Public Portion: 10am- 2pm

Phone:

520-647-7275

Price:

Workshop $65/person, or 2/$100

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