Labor Day is a great holiday for spending time doing whatever you want. There are no gifts to give, special meals required or religious ceremonies to attend. Now, although all the aforementioned are wonderful it is great to have time to relax and enjoy some time doing hobbies you don’t have time for, projects you have put off or even ABSOLUTELY NOTHING. If you are in the absolutely nothing category Williams has some beautiful scenery to take in while you do nothing. If you prefer to get out and have some fun we have options for you there as well. Here’s what’s in store for the upcoming holiday weekend.
Sherwood Forest Estates Fire Dept. Auxiliary Pancake Breakfast Sept. 3
The Sherwood Forest Estates Fire Department Auxiliary will host its annual Labor Day Pancake Breakfast Sept. 3 from 8-10 a.m. at 450 S. Little John Road. For more information, contact Sue Hadley at (928) 635-2055.
Historic Yellow House Garden Sale Sept. 3
The Historic Yellow House is hosting a garden sale Sept. 3rd from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.The event will have gifts, produce, food, art, music, plants and fun. There will be cinnamon rolls in the morning as a fundraiser for the Williams Volunteer Fire Department. There will be sack lunches in the garden in the afternoon.
Saturday Sept. 3-Monday Sept. 5th
Gates open daily at 10 AM
Admission: $15 adults, $5 for kids ages 6-12, little ones 5 and under get in free.
Junior Rodeo starts at noon daily
Main Performance starts at 2 PM
Steak fry and free dance to follow the rodeo on Saturday and Sunday
Merchandise & Concessions on site
camping available $10 / day, $25 for 3 day weekend
no general admission entry through back gate. contestants only.