Chino's First Territorial Capital Days is over two weekends - the first, Aug. 28-29, starting with the Lions & Lioness Pancake Breakfast at the Chino Valley Senior Center, then the Chino Valley Chamber's Parade on Road 1 West, and topping the morning off with the Town of Chino Valley's Activities in the Park at Memory Park, where kids played games, had treats and got information from clubs and businesses. The second weekend begins Thursday, Sept. 2 with dinner and a movie at Memory Park, and continues with horse events at Yavapai College Chino campus on Sat., Sept. 5, FFA Corn Dinner on Saturday, 3-7 p.m., and continuing Sunday, Sept. 5 with an English and Western Horse Show at Yavapai College Chino campus.
Photos by Salina Sialega
Suzie-Q, a Great Dane, wants a bite of corn on the cob from her owner Fedon Starr of Paulden Saturday during the First Territorial Capital Days Activities in the Park at Memory Park.
Teen Rodeo Arizona Queen Bailey Gonzales of Paulden waves to the crowd at the First Territorial Capital Days Parade.
First Territorial Capital Days continue this weekend, starting Thursday with a movie and dinner in Memory Park, then on Saturday, equine events and demonstrations at Yavapai College and the FFA Corn Dinner at Del Rio Elementary, and on Sunday a horse show also at the college.