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Late season flurries give way to bursts of blossoms

     

Don’t be surprised if your spring break in Flagstaff includes a late season snow and one last ski day for the season. It might take a bit longer here but before you know it the chill is gone and the trees are bursting with blossoms.

Spring in Flagstaff

Spring in Flagstaff is more than a season, it’s an attitude. The temperatures are up and so is the mood as visitors and residents alike take full advantage of the lively, entertaining mix of concerts, art exhibits, film festivals and outdoor activities.

Annual Recycled Art Show

Artists from all over Coconino County come together to promote recycling through this creative, fun and inspiring exhibition at the Coconino Center for the Arts. (April - May).

Soar into Spring Kite Festival

Celebrate Flagstaff's windy season with a day full of kite flying, carnival games and rides, a rock wall, face painting and much more. Foxglenn Park (May).

Annual Zuni Festival of Arts & Culture

Artists, performers, and educators travel from Zuni, New Mexico to share their arts, talents, and culture at this event at the Museum of Northern Arizona (May).

National Astronomy Day

The Coconino Astronomical Society (CAS) and Lowell Observatory celebrate National Astronomy Day with day and evening activities at Lowell Observatory (May).