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Historic Coronado Motor Hotel 233 Fourth Avenue, Yuma, AZ   85364 Telephone: (928) 783-4453     Toll Free: 1-877-234-5567 info@coronadomotorhotel.com
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Events and Festivals in Yuma, Arizona  From visual and performing arts to fairs, festivals and parades, sports events and expos, there’s always something happening in Yuma. Below are some of the upcoming events to enjoy during your Yuma visit or vacation. Don’t forget we have live music and sports events showing at the Yuma Landing Bar & Grill. ON-GOING EVENTS:  Entertainment at Yuma Landing Bar & Grill: Tuesday Night Trivia at 7pm, Karaoke on Wednesdays at 7pm, Live Music on Friday nights at 7pm. Tel: (928) 782-7427,   www.yumalanding.com.  Wednesday Bird Walks:  Meet with members of the local Audubon Society and fellow birders in the parking lot below the Territorial Prison.  Bring your binoculars and a comfy pair of shoes to stroll through the East Wetlands.  As it gets darker and cooler in the mornings, meetings will move to 8:00 am. www.YumaAudubon.com. Feb. 14: Audubon Society Monthly Meeting: Featuring guest speakers and special presentations take place at the Arizona Game and Fish office. www.YumaAudubon.com. Feb. 9, 23: Ghost Trolley: Yuma's haunted history will tingle your spine! Jump on the Ghost Trolley. Come, hear ghastly stories of murders and mayhem that took place along the streets of olde Yuma...and the ghosts that linger today. Tickets. $30. Call Sanguinetti House Museum, 928-782-1842.  Feb. 2, 16: Historic Yuma Trolley Tour:  All aboard for a whirlwind tour through centuries of Yuma history. Tickets are just $25 per person, and includes a free entrance pass to tour the Sanguinetti House Museum and Gardens. Call 928-782-1842 Feb. 7, 21: Historic Yuma Walking Tour: Lace up your sneakers and enjoy a casual, feet-friendly walking tour of Yuma’s downtown district.  Tours depart from the Sanguinetti House Museum with guide, Steve Cook leading the way to highlight historic sites while sharing stories of life in Yuma a century ago. Get a glimpse of the rugged roads that led to today’s Yuma. $15, call 928-782-1842. SPECIAL EVENTS: Feb. 1: Salute to Elvis: Chance Tinder brings his Las Vegas show to Yuma in this amazing tribute to the King of Rock 'n' Roll. He has been a headliner in: Legends In Concert, American Superstars, and Showstoppers Live!  Call (928) 373-5202. Feb. 3-5: Two Rivers Renaissance Faire: Yuma County Fairgrounds. Feb. 4: 2nd Annual Star Wars Invasion! Held at Buttercup Valley, located in the Imperial Sand Dunes - which was the filming location for filming Jabba's Palace in Return of the Jedi, plus Spaceballs, Dune and many other films. This is a free event open to the public.  Come out in your best cosplay and have some fun!  There will be free shuttles into the interior of the dunes where the filming took place. Feb. 4: Fantastic February Canoe Float: Explore the lower Colorado and keep your eyes peeled for the chance to glimpse some of the desert wildlife who live along the banks.  Bring a lunch and pair of binoculars! This tour puts in at the Bruce Church access and concludes at Gateway Park.  Info: Parks and Recreation at 928-373-5200. Feb. 7: One Of These Nights: The Yuma Art Center proudly presents an Eagles Tribute that promises an unforgettable night! Join One Of These Nights as they take you on their version of a hit filled show featuring the music of the Eagles, one of the most successful rock acts of all time. Call (928) 373-5202. Feb. 7: Yuma County Historical Society Lecture Series:  Speaker Rebekah Tabah will present the “Dane Coolidge Photography Collection” at 7:00 pm in the council chambers, located in Old City Hall. Call: 928-782-1841. Feb. 9: Sons of the Pioneers: Come to the Yuma Art Center for an evening of heritage, history, and some good ol’ western tunes. For over 75 years the world famous Sons of the Pioneers have been proudly performing the music of the American West, celebrating its awesome landscape, people, culture and the American Cowboy. Call: 928-782-1841. Feb. 10: Those British Girls: This hit-filled concert takes you on a journey through the music of the UK’s "Ready Steady" female star vocalists of the 1960's through to the chart-topping, record-breaking superstars of today! Call: 928-782-1841. Feb. 10-12: Yuma Square & Round Dance Festival: Square and Round Dancers from Arizona, Oregon, Idaho, California, Texas, Washington and Canada will gather and dosey-do! Tel: 928-373-5040. Feb. 10-12: Silver Spur Rodeo and Parade: http://yumarodeo.com/ Feb. 12: Art in the Park: Art in the Park is an alfresco fine arts festival in Yuma’s scenic Gateway Park, hosted by the Yuma Fine Arts Association and the Yuma Art Center. Modeled after Georges Seurat’s stoic painting, “Sunday on La Grande Jatte,” Art in the Park features local and regional artists alongside the banks of the meandering Colorado River. Enjoy a leisurely afternoon in the park and partake in a mimosa or glass of wine while you peruse a wide variety of art displays and chat with artists.  Feb. 14: Let’s Fall in Love: The Yuma Art Center presents The Cole Porter Songbook.  “Anything Goes” in this tribute to one of America’s greatest composers. Call: 928-782-1841. Feb. 15: Tina Turner Tribute Show featuring Ricci Benson with timeless songs like Private Dancer, Proud Mary, What's Love Got To Do With It, and many more!  Call: 928-782-1841. Feb. 16: Three International Tenors: The Yuma Art Center presents a tribute to some of the finest music in the world and features show stopping performances celebrating the virtuoso and careers of Luciano Pavarotti, Andrea Bocelli, Enrico Caruso and others. Call: 928-782-1841. Feb. 17: Rhinestone Country: Featuring music from some of the biggest country crossover stars of all time, including: Glen Campbell, Dolly Parton, Kenny Rogers, Shania Twain, Garth Brooks, John Denver, Crystal Gayle, Faith Hill and Alabama, the stars of Rhinestone Country are sure to have you clapping those hands and stomping those feet. Call: 928-782-1841. Feb. 18: 3rd Annual Yuma River Daze Boogie, Brews & Blues Festival: Live performances by blues rockers Philip Sayce, Jonathon Boogie Long and The Blues Revolution, Boscoe France, Gino Matteo, and The McCoy Brothers. Featuring food trucks, craft brews, merchandise, memorabilia and more!  Listen to Big Blend Radio Inteview! It is the perfect way to spend the day enjoying live music!  Gateway Park includes a welcoming beach, peaceful pathways, and more. www.Robb-BowerPresents.com.   Feb. 22: The Glenn Miller Orchestra: The most recorded “Big Band” in musical history will perform live at the Historic Yuma Theatre.  This company of 16 musicians is led by an amazing band leader, following in the footsteps of the legendary Glenn Miller. Call: 928-782-1841. Feb. 24: Stargazing at West Wetlands Park: The ancient Greeks and Romans saw their gods in the star filled sky. Bring your imagination to the West Wetlands Park and we’ll use a laser pointer to connect the stars, retelling the ancient stories of Orion, Andromeda, and more. Call Parks and Recreation at 928-373-5200. Feb. 24-25: What’s Growing in Yuma Festival: Main Street. Tel: 928-373-5028 Mar. 2-5: Midnight at the Oasis Festival: Classic car show at the Yuma Civic Center and Desert Sun Stadium. Tel: 928- 343-1715
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Events and Festivals in Yuma, Arizona  From visual and performing arts to fairs, festivals and parades, sports events and expos, there’s always something happening in Yuma. Below are some of the upcoming events to enjoy during your Yuma visit or vacation. Don’t forget we have live music and sports events showing at the Yuma Landing Bar & Grill. ON-GOING EVENTS:  Entertainment at Yuma Landing Bar & Grill: Tuesday Night Trivia at 7pm, Karaoke on Wednesdays at 7pm, Live Music on Friday nights at 7pm. Tel: (928) 782-7427,   www.yumalanding.com.  Wednesday Bird Walks:  Meet with members of the local Audubon Society and fellow birders in the parking lot below the Territorial Prison.  Bring your binoculars and a comfy pair of shoes to stroll through the East Wetlands.  As it gets darker and cooler in the mornings, meetings will move to 8:00 am. www.YumaAudubon.com. Feb. 14: Audubon Society Monthly Meeting: Featuring guest speakers and special presentations take place at the Arizona Game and Fish office. www.YumaAudubon.com. Feb. 9, 23: Ghost Trolley: Yuma's haunted history will tingle your spine! Jump on the Ghost Trolley. Come, hear ghastly stories of murders and mayhem that took place along the streets of olde Yuma...and the ghosts that linger today. Tickets. $30. Call Sanguinetti House Museum, 928-782-1842.  Feb. 2, 16: Historic Yuma Trolley Tour:  All aboard for a whirlwind tour through centuries of Yuma history. Tickets are just $25 per person, and includes a free entrance pass to tour the Sanguinetti House Museum and Gardens. Call 928-782-1842 Feb. 7, 21: Historic Yuma Walking Tour: Lace up your sneakers and enjoy a casual, feet-friendly walking tour of Yuma’s downtown district.  Tours depart from the Sanguinetti House Museum with guide, Steve Cook leading the way to highlight historic sites while sharing stories of life in Yuma a century ago. Get a glimpse of the rugged roads that led to today’s Yuma. $15, call 928-782-1842. SPECIAL EVENTS: Feb. 1: Salute to Elvis: Chance Tinder brings his Las Vegas show to Yuma in this amazing tribute to the King of Rock 'n' Roll. He has been a headliner in: Legends In Concert, American Superstars, and Showstoppers Live!  Call (928) 373-5202. Feb. 3-5: Two Rivers Renaissance Faire: Yuma County Fairgrounds. Feb. 4: 2nd Annual Star Wars Invasion! Held at Buttercup Valley, located in the Imperial Sand Dunes - which was the filming location for filming Jabba's Palace in Return of the Jedi, plus Spaceballs, Dune and many other films. This is a free event open to the public.  Come out in your best cosplay and have some fun!  There will be free shuttles into the interior of the dunes where the filming took place. Feb. 4: Fantastic February Canoe Float: Explore the lower Colorado and keep your eyes peeled for the chance to glimpse some of the desert wildlife who live along the banks.  Bring a lunch and pair of binoculars! This tour puts in at the Bruce Church access and concludes at Gateway Park.  Info: Parks and Recreation at 928-373- 5200. Feb. 7: One Of These Nights: The Yuma Art Center proudly presents an Eagles Tribute that promises an unforgettable night! Join One Of These Nights as they take you on their version of a hit filled show featuring the music of the Eagles, one of the most successful rock acts of all time. Call (928) 373-5202. Feb. 7: Yuma County Historical Society Lecture Series:  Speaker Rebekah Tabah will present the “Dane Coolidge Photography Collection” at 7:00 pm in the council chambers, located in Old City Hall. Call: 928-782-1841. Feb. 9: Sons of the Pioneers: Come to the Yuma Art Center for an evening of heritage, history, and some good ol’ western tunes. For over 75 years the world famous Sons of the Pioneers have been proudly performing the music of the American West, celebrating its awesome landscape, people, culture and the American Cowboy. Call: 928-782- 1841. Feb. 10: Those British Girls: This hit-filled concert takes you on a journey through the music of the UK’s "Ready Steady" female star vocalists of the 1960's through to the chart-topping, record-breaking superstars of today! Call: 928-782-1841. Feb. 10-12: Yuma Square & Round Dance Festival: Square and Round Dancers from Arizona, Oregon, Idaho, California, Texas, Washington and Canada will gather and dosey-do! Tel: 928-373-5040. Feb. 10-12: Silver Spur Rodeo and Parade: http://yumarodeo.com/ Feb. 12: Art in the Park: Art in the Park is an alfresco fine arts festival in Yuma’s scenic Gateway Park, hosted by the Yuma Fine Arts Association and the Yuma Art Center. Modeled after Georges Seurat’s stoic painting, “Sunday on La Grande Jatte,” Art in the Park features local and regional artists alongside the banks of the meandering Colorado River. Enjoy a leisurely afternoon in the park and partake in a mimosa or glass of wine while you peruse a wide variety of art displays and chat with artists.  Feb. 14: Let’s Fall in Love: The Yuma Art Center presents The Cole Porter Songbook.  “Anything Goes” in this tribute to one of America’s greatest composers. Call: 928-782-1841. Feb. 15: Tina Turner Tribute Show featuring Ricci Benson with timeless songs like Private Dancer, Proud Mary, What's Love Got To Do With It, and many more!  Call: 928-782-1841. Feb. 16: Three International Tenors: The Yuma Art Center presents a tribute to some of the finest music in the world and features show stopping performances celebrating the virtuoso and careers of Luciano Pavarotti, Andrea Bocelli, Enrico Caruso and others. Call: 928-782- 1841. Feb. 17: Rhinestone Country: Featuring music from some of the biggest country crossover stars of all time, including: Glen Campbell, Dolly Parton, Kenny Rogers, Shania Twain, Garth Brooks, John Denver, Crystal Gayle, Faith Hill and Alabama, the stars of Rhinestone Country are sure to have you clapping those hands and stomping those feet. Call: 928-782-1841. Feb. 18: 3rd Annual Yuma River Daze Boogie, Brews & Blues Festival: Live performances by blues rockers Philip Sayce, Jonathon Boogie Long and The Blues Revolution, Boscoe France, Gino Matteo, and The McCoy Brothers. Featuring food trucks, craft brews, merchandise, memorabilia and more!  Listen to Big Blend Radio Inteview! It is the perfect way to spend the day enjoying live music!  Gateway Park includes a welcoming beach, peaceful pathways, and more. www.Robb- BowerPresents.com.   Feb. 22: The Glenn Miller Orchestra: The most recorded “Big Band” in musical history will perform live at the Historic Yuma Theatre.  This company of 16 musicians is led by an amazing band leader, following in the footsteps of the legendary Glenn Miller. Call: 928-782-1841. Feb. 24: Stargazing at West Wetlands Park: The ancient Greeks and Romans saw their gods in the star filled sky. Bring your imagination to the West Wetlands Park and we’ll use a laser pointer to connect the stars, retelling the ancient stories of Orion, Andromeda, and more. Call Parks and Recreation at 928-373-5200. Feb. 24-25: What’s Growing in Yuma Festival: Main Street. Tel: 928- 373-5028 Mar. 2-5: Midnight at the Oasis Festival: Classic car show at the Yuma Civic Center and Desert Sun Stadium. Tel: 928-343-1715
Historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, AZ
Historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, AZ Click to Reserve
Historic Coronado Motor Hotel 233 Fourth Avenue, Yuma, AZ   85364 Telephone: (928) 783-4453 Toll Free: 1-877-234-5567 info@coronadomotorhotel.com
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Events and Festivals in Yuma, Arizona  From visual and performing arts to fairs, festivals and parades, sports events and expos, there’s always something happening in Yuma. Below are some of the upcoming events to enjoy during your Yuma visit or vacation. Don’t forget we have live music and sports events showing at the Yuma Landing Bar & Grill. ON-GOING EVENTS:  Entertainment at Yuma Landing Bar & Grill: Tuesday Night Trivia at 7pm, Karaoke on Wednesdays at 7pm, Live Music on Friday nights at 7pm. Tel: (928) 782-7427,   www.yumalanding.com.  Wednesday Bird Walks:  Meet with members of the local Audubon Society and fellow birders in the parking lot below the Territorial Prison.  Bring your binoculars and a comfy pair of shoes to stroll through the East Wetlands.  As it gets darker and cooler in the mornings, meetings will move to 8:00 am. www.YumaAudubon.com. Feb. 14: Audubon Society Monthly Meeting: Featuring guest speakers and special presentations take place at the Arizona Game and Fish office. www.YumaAudubon.com. Feb. 9, 23: Ghost Trolley: Yuma's haunted history will tingle your spine! Jump on the Ghost Trolley. Come, hear ghastly stories of murders and mayhem that took place along the streets of olde Yuma...and the ghosts that linger today. Tickets. $30. Call Sanguinetti House Museum, 928-782-1842.  Feb. 2, 16: Historic Yuma Trolley Tour:  All aboard for a whirlwind tour through centuries of Yuma history. Tickets are just $25 per person, and includes a free entrance pass to tour the Sanguinetti House Museum and Gardens. Call 928-782-1842 Feb. 7, 21: Historic Yuma Walking Tour: Lace up your sneakers and enjoy a casual, feet- friendly walking tour of Yuma’s downtown district.  Tours depart from the Sanguinetti House Museum with guide, Steve Cook leading the way to highlight historic sites while sharing stories of life in Yuma a century ago. Get a glimpse of the rugged roads that led to today’s Yuma. $15, call 928-782-1842. SPECIAL EVENTS: Feb. 1: Salute to Elvis: Chance Tinder brings his Las Vegas show to Yuma in this amazing tribute to the King of Rock 'n' Roll. He has been a headliner in: Legends In Concert, American Superstars, and Showstoppers Live!  Call (928) 373-5202. Feb. 3-5: Two Rivers Renaissance Faire: Yuma County Fairgrounds. Feb. 4: 2nd Annual Star Wars Invasion! Held at Buttercup Valley, located in the Imperial Sand Dunes - which was the filming location for filming Jabba's Palace in Return of the Jedi, plus Spaceballs, Dune and many other films. This is a free event open to the public.  Come out in your best cosplay and have some fun!  There will be free shuttles into the interior of the dunes where the filming took place. Feb. 4: Fantastic February Canoe Float: Explore the lower Colorado and keep your eyes peeled for the chance to glimpse some of the desert wildlife who live along the banks.  Bring a lunch and pair of binoculars! This tour puts in at the Bruce Church access and concludes at Gateway Park.  Info: Parks and Recreation at 928-373-5200. Feb. 7: One Of These Nights: The Yuma Art Center proudly presents an Eagles Tribute that promises an unforgettable night! Join One Of These Nights as they take you on their version of a hit filled show featuring the music of the Eagles, one of the most successful rock acts of all time. Call (928) 373-5202. Feb. 7: Yuma County Historical Society Lecture Series:  Speaker Rebekah Tabah will present the “Dane Coolidge Photography Collection” at 7:00 pm in the council chambers, located in Old City Hall. Call: 928-782-1841. Feb. 9: Sons of the Pioneers: Come to the Yuma Art Center for an evening of heritage, history, and some good ol’ western tunes. For over 75 years the world famous Sons of the Pioneers have been proudly performing the music of the American West, celebrating its awesome landscape, people, culture and the American Cowboy. Call: 928-782-1841. Feb. 10: Those British Girls: This hit-filled concert takes you on a journey through the music of the UK’s "Ready Steady" female star vocalists of the 1960's through to the chart- topping, record-breaking superstars of today! Call: 928-782-1841. Feb. 10-12: Yuma Square & Round Dance Festival: Square and Round Dancers from Arizona, Oregon, Idaho, California, Texas, Washington and Canada will gather and dosey- do! Tel: 928-373-5040. Feb. 10-12: Silver Spur Rodeo and Parade:  http://yumarodeo.com/ Feb. 12: Art in the Park: Art in the Park is an alfresco fine arts festival in Yuma’s scenic Gateway Park, hosted by the Yuma Fine Arts Association and the Yuma Art Center. Modeled after Georges Seurat’s stoic painting, “Sunday on La Grande Jatte,” Art in the Park features local and regional artists alongside the banks of the meandering Colorado River. Enjoy a leisurely afternoon in the park and partake in a mimosa or glass of wine while you peruse a wide variety of art displays and chat with artists.  Feb. 14: Let’s Fall in Love: The Yuma Art Center presents The Cole Porter Songbook.  “Anything Goes” in this tribute to one of America’s greatest composers. Call: 928-782- 1841. Feb. 15: Tina Turner Tribute Show featuring Ricci Benson with timeless songs like Private Dancer, Proud Mary, What's Love Got To Do With It, and many more!  Call: 928-782-1841. Feb. 16: Three International Tenors: The Yuma Art Center presents a tribute to some of the finest music in the world and features show stopping performances celebrating the virtuoso and careers of Luciano Pavarotti, Andrea Bocelli, Enrico Caruso and others. Call: 928- 782-1841. Feb. 17: Rhinestone Country: Featuring music from some of the biggest country crossover stars of all time, including: Glen Campbell, Dolly Parton, Kenny Rogers, Shania Twain, Garth Brooks, John Denver, Crystal Gayle, Faith Hill and Alabama, the stars of Rhinestone Country are sure to have you clapping those hands and stomping those feet. Call: 928-782-1841. Feb. 18: 3rd Annual Yuma River Daze Boogie, Brews & Blues Festival: Live performances by blues rockers Philip Sayce, Jonathon Boogie Long and The Blues Revolution, Boscoe France, Gino Matteo, and The McCoy Brothers. Featuring food trucks, craft brews, merchandise, memorabilia and more!  Listen to Big Blend Radio Inteview! It is the perfect way to spend the day enjoying live music!  Gateway Park includes a welcoming beach, peaceful pathways, and more. www.Robb- BowerPresents.com.   Feb. 22: The Glenn Miller Orchestra: The most recorded “Big Band” in musical history will perform live at the Historic Yuma Theatre.  This company of 16 musicians is led by an amazing band leader, following in the footsteps of the legendary Glenn Miller. Call: 928-782-1841. Feb. 24: Stargazing at West Wetlands Park: The ancient Greeks and Romans saw their gods in the star filled sky. Bring your imagination to the West Wetlands Park and we’ll use a laser pointer to connect the stars, retelling the ancient stories of Orion, Andromeda, and more. Call Parks and Recreation at 928-373-5200. Feb. 24-25: What’s Growing in Yuma Festival:  Main Street. Tel: 928-373-5028 Mar. 2-5: Midnight at the Oasis Festival: Classic car show at the Yuma Civic Center and Desert Sun Stadium. Tel: 928-343-1715
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