Whatever the time of year, there is always something to see or do in Sierra Vista.
The calendar is full of activities and events, from the Sierra Vista Senior Games in January to Arizona’s longest-running Holiday Parade in December, which is sponsored by the Sierra Vista Area Chamber and celebrated its 52nd anniversary in 2010.
The Buena Performing Arts Center, located at Buena High School, is a state-of-the-art, 1,350-seat theatre, which has played host to numerous concerts and performances.
These include the annual Miss Sierra Vista scholarship program and the Sierra Vista Community Chorus’ seasonal concerts, the Sierra Vista Symphony, Cowboy Poets & Music Gathering and numerous local and touring productions.
Throughout the year the Art Discovery Series presents plays, concerts and musicals, and in the summer there are regular band performances at Veterans’ Memorial Park as well as Movies In the Park featuring family-oriented recent releases on two large screens.
The annual July 4th celebration is among the most spectacular in the state and is organized every year by the Sierra Vista Rotary Club.
From rodeos to the Veteran’s Day parade and from Oktoberfest to the Sierra Vista Cultural Diversity Fair, there is no excuse for believing there is nothing to do in Sierra Vista.