the region’s few traditional, large-scale public gatherings. The rural landscapes
surrounding the Chiricahua and Peloncillo Mountains are renowned for their
natural and cultural heritage, and this year’s presentations will continue to
showcase the important co-dependence that wildlife, open space, cultural
heritage, regional community history, and private lands all have in preserving
overall community health.
Heritage Days Schedule (all events at Chiricahua Event Center, Rodeo, NM):
Sept. 6: Keynote Film Presentation & Reception (5:30-7:30 p.m. AZ Time)
Sept. 7: Presentations, Crafts Fair, Farmer’s Market, Kids Workshop (9-5 AZ)
Sept. 8: Guided Field Day Excursions in Chiricahua and Peloncillo Mountains.
This year is no exception, with a keynote event on Friday evening, September 6
at the Chiricahua Event Center in Rodeo, NM certain to attract the attention of
anyone interested in the area’s rich Chiricahua Apache history, featuring the
regional premier showing of Pascal Enjady’s full-length feature film
documentary “The Two-Year Promise.” The film event is free to all.