“Chino Valley is a beautifully blended community of multigenerational residents, young families and a growing number of recent retirees,” says Vice Mayor Annie Perkins.
“Our townspeople have always come together in times of need, and our businesses support our close-knit community with donations of time and treasure for our youth programs, recreational activities and volunteer services to improve the quality of life in our town.
“In my opinion, the best of Chino Valley lies in the hearts and minds of our community stewards, and for that, I am extremely grateful.”
—Vice Mayor Annie Perkins
Chino Valley Food Truck Festival
- Oct. 1, 4-8 p.m.
- Memory Park, 1021 Butterfield Road
- 15 trucks from around the state, beer garden, music and entertainment
- More information: 928.636.9780 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Oct. 15, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
- Free entry, $5 parking fee — hayrides, tractor pull, beer garden, pumpkin patch (pick a pumpkin), food trucks
- Old Home Manor at Perkinsville Road and Old Home Manor Drive.
- This event returns Wednesdays starting Nov. 9.
- Observers and new participants are welcome at 3 p.m.
- Chino Valley Equestrian Center Arena, 2208 Equestrian Way
- More information: email@example.com
Call the Chino Valley Recreation Department for additional information on upcoming events at 928.636.9780.