Statehood Day in Arizona – Flag Time Arizona Birthday Date Feb 14

Statehood Day in Arizona Date – February 14 1872

 Statehood Day in Arizona – Flag Time Arizona Birthday Date Feb 14: State history is celebrated on February 14  with a variety of characters and costumes celebrating our rich history. These characters will join our monthly living historians who demonstrate daily life in the Presidio. Come walk through history with us on this special day.

Enjoy 19th century musical entertainment by the Spencer & Jackson Traveling Theatrical troupe. Lady Della’s Traveling Far Game (fry & buck the tiger), see an army saddle and a 1872 Springfield rifle. Their regular living history interpreters will demonstrate daily life skills including spinning & weaving, blacksmithing, soldiers firing muskets & cannon.

About Arizona from Wikipedia

Arizona, a southwestern U.S. state, is best known for the Grand Canyon, the mile-deep chasm carved by the Colorado River. Flagstaff, a ponderosa pine–covered mountain town, is a major gateway to the Grand Canyon. Other natural sites include Saguaro National Park, protecting cactus-filled Sonoran Desert landscape. Tucson is University of Arizona territory and home to the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum.

Statehood Day in Arizona - Flag Time Arizona Birthday Date Feb 14

Statehood Day celebrations – Arizona Birthday Events

The new stamp and collectible items went on sale as part of Tuesday’s Statehood Day celebration.
Eventbrite – State Society of Arizona presents Arizona Statehood Day Party.
Join the State Society, fellow Arizonans, and members of the Arizona Congressional Delegation to celebrate our great state’s 104th birthday.

Arizona Birthday Wishes

Happy Arizona Statehood Day

Poem on Arizona 

Statehood Day in Arizona
by Alberto Álvaro Ríos

School is that place where dreams
Are the curriculum.

When I was at Coronado Elementary School

In Nogales, in the 1950s

We stood in front of the school every morning

To say the Pledge of Allegiance.

But just before spring, one day stood out,

And always arrived in a sparkling of red dust:

Valentine’s Day. What you did was very clear

In an elementary school—we pasted together big

Paper pocket hearts, to hang on the front of our desks

In desperate hopes of hearing from a secret admirer,

A note mixed in with the small cards and candy hearts.

But alas, no note. The day itself, however, brought

Its own news, and cheered us up: It was Arizona’s

Birthday, and so we did what anyone would do.

After the Pledge of Allegiance, we sang

Happy birthday Arizona, as loud as we could.

It wasn’t quite the same thing as Valentine’s Day,

But it gave us something to count on,

Enough to raise our voices high, enough

To make on this day this world a better place.

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