April 30 from 6 to 7 pm in the Upper Room at the Clifton Train Station. Class is $20 per person. Come experience the sounds of crystal bowls, Native American Flutes, Shamanistic Drumming, and more. Sound therapy is a natural method of stress reduction and relaxation. It is not meantContinue Reading

By Steve Ahmann Greenlee Gardens – Clifton Site (Clifton’s unique community Garden) is currently undergoing the awkward “pre-teen” development stage.  Initially founded as Clifton schools garden in 2011, it is currently re-inventing itself as a significant aquaculture experiment.  Since moving to Town of Clifton property in 2014, the garden hasContinue Reading

Whether you are on vacation or just want to relax at the end of the day, there are many places in Greenlee County to enjoy a drink, a meal, an event, or even a family gathering. We’ve listed a dozen great places to visit in the county. FULL SERVICE BAR:Continue Reading

by Akos Kovach  Whether you wear hiking boots, cowboy/cowgirl boots or hybrid walking boots Greenlee has the ground you want to cover. Trails along the river? We got ‘em! (Frisco Float & Trail) Prefer a trail that takes you to a destination? Yes, have those, too. (Mares Bluff Veteran’s Memorial)Continue Reading

Come join the revival of the Copper Gulch Players in their first ever performance of “The Clifton Climax”, written and directed by Pamela Harrington and sponsored by Art Depot of Clifton. Take a step back in time as you dine next to some of the flamboyant and infamous characters ofContinue Reading

Come explore the lore of the west and check out some of the historic local haunts on our guided Haunted Arizona Ghost tour of Clifton. Learn about Clifton’s storied past on this fun- for-all-ages tour through Clifton’s infamous Chase Creek district, including the mountain side jail cell, a visit toContinue Reading

By Scott Brack | GTC Board MemberGreenlee County is a wonderful place and one of our most powerful assets is our amazing sense of community. Communities don’t just happen without effort, though. We create our communities through the interactions we have with neighbors, friends and visitors and the support weContinue Reading