We are a 5th generation farming family whose roots were started by Lewis Storey when he purchased our family farm 90 years ago. Our 255 acre farm is located at 11-Mile Corner just east of Casa Grande. We grow cotton, alfalfa and offer farm tours. Farm Tours run October thru April. Our mission is to not only farm commercially but through our farm tours we nurture an awareness about natural and renewable natural resources including agriculture so they can be conserved, managed and available for future generations. Come join us for a farm tour and we will teach you how we grow on this beautiful (but dry) Arizona Desert!
Maui Wowi of Tucson offers authentic Hawaiian coffees and fresh fruit smoothies, each packed with an island vibe we can’t wait for you to try. Can’t wait either? Request our catering services at your next event and get carried away to your own tropical paradise – surf lessons not included. For a list of venues and events we’ll be serving at, peep the events section below.
The Superstition Mountain Historical Society was formed on December 27, 1979. We are a non-profit corporation under Section 501 (c) 3, organized to collect and preserve the history and legends of Arizona’s Superstition Mountains, and to support research, education and publications involving the region. The Superstition Mountain Museum collects, preserves and displays the artifacts, history and folklore of the Superstition Mountains, Apache Junction and the surrounding region.
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We are a mobile saloon that specializes in private and local events. You can find us around town at different food truck events, festivals, and fairs in Phoenix and surrounding areas.
Our mobile saloon is available for private parties, weddings, corporate events, schools, churches and more. Please see our wild west package page to find out more about how we can help you with your special event. To schedule an event please go to the schedule page or click on quench your thirst above.
Our business is co-owned and operated by individuals with special needs. We wanted to start a business that would help provide job skills, life skills and to promote unity. We are an equal opportunity business.
It is our mission to provide support to our local community and our team is dedicated to donate a portion of all proceeds at each event to support a separate local charity or cause.
Based out of Florence, RoadRunner is a Four-Piece cover band with a focus on dance music. RoadRunner has previously functioned as the house band for the Florence American Legion Post 9 and according to Eloy’s Tumbleweed Inn, “They always seem to draw a crowd. Which is good for business.”
A fourth generation family farm that hosts events, festivals, has a wonderful UPICK garden, country store & Bakery.
Casa Grande Ruins National Monument, located in Coolidge, Arizona, was set aside as the Nation’s first archaeological reserve in 1892. Since 1918, it has been part of the National Park System, the only NPS unit whose mission is to preserve and interpret Hohokam culture for the general public. The centerpiece of the Monument is the only surviving example of a Hohokam Great House, a multi-story adobe structure built in the early-to-mid fourteenth century. In addition to the Great House, the Monument contains 62 archaeological sites with Hohokam houses, residential compounds, trash mounds, burial areas, communal cooking areas, and public facilities, including a ball court and two platform mounds. Between 60,000 and 70,000 people visit the Monument in an average year, making it one of the top tourist attractions in Pinal County. For the O’odham and other Native American groups, Casa Grande Ruins is a sacred place with deep spiritual meaning—it figures prominently in traditional oral histories and serves as a tangible reminder of distant ancestors, as well as a source of cultural pride. Few places can match the combination of historical, archaeological, and cultural significance of Casa Grande Ruins.
Casa de Baca Studios is a Fine Art Gallery and Portrait Studio in an 1880’s adobe building on Historic Downtown Florence’s Main Street. We make our wooden frames in-studio using our landscape, macro and family/individual portrait session photos. Customize one for your home or office today!
We do portrait sessions in our studio, or on-location (many great locations to choose from) with no extra charge, or, with a small fee, locations more than 50 miles from our studio. We’d love to customize a portrait shoot for you! Please check out our studio where we also have products from local artists.
The Historic GFWC Florence Woman’s Clubhouse at
231 North Willow Street is available for meetings, weddings, receptions, birthday parties, anniversaries, family gatherings, community and social events.
Plan your event in Historic Florence and feel the history! Contact us for more information!