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In memory of Esther Miller

estherEsther Miller, a dedicated and passionate supporter of the arts, youth theatre, and the Cobre Valley Center for the Arts, passed away Saturday, March 12.

Among the many positive ways she supported our community, she was a founding sponsor of the Summer Youth Musical Theatre Program. Her love for the work of arts education was felt through her enthusiasm, her joyful spirit, and her passion. She deeply understood the ways that SYMTP and the local Boy Scouts of America troops make our community stronger and closer. We are all forever improved by the lasting impact she has made.

Those interested in donating in memory of Esther Miller please do so online HERE or at the CVCA desk, 101 N. Broad Street, Globe, AZ, 85501, 928-425-0884.

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The Cobre Valley Center for the Arts suffered a great loss on the night of Thursday, July 9th when CVCA Director Kip Culver passed away at his home. Kip gave his life to the restoration and protection of the history, arts and culture of our community. There is no doubt that his tireless work has positively impacted the lives of every member of the Globe-Miami area.

His passion for and commitment to historic restoration will leave a lasting beauty to our downtown and is his gift for us to enjoy for many generations.

His warm spirit, sense of humor and caring soul will never be replaced and will be deeply missed.

Those interested in donating to the family of Kip Culver or his legacy of fostering Globe-Miami's history and culture may do so online HERE or at the CVCA desk, 101 N. Broad Street, Globe, AZ, 85501, 928-425-0884.

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Annual Ghosts of Globe Tour

Annual Ghosts of Globe Tour

Oct 29, 6:00pm - Oct 29, 10:00pm

1910 Sheriff's office and jail, Globe, AZ

Brought to you by the Globe Downtown Association/Historic Globe Main Street Program and the Copper Cities Community Players: Join us for a Old West Period, theatrical ttour of our Historic District's Tales. With Globe’s Old Western Bawdy Past, it is no wonder why we tout a great deal of unexplained activity. Is it the Copper in our soil, is it the unrest of our mined earth, or is it just a little more? Guests tour in small groups to hear tales of history, the mysterious and the unexplained. The walking tour is $10 per person, and the takes a little over an hour. The tour involves some stairs and alley walking, so comfortable shoes are encouraged. Because of the subject matter and stories shared, this tour is not suitable for children under the age of 8. Period dress is encouraged and there will be a Professional Ghost Hunter group on hand for questions, answers and peeks at their tools-of-the-trade following the tour. & Don't forget, we have many wonderful Downtown Food & "Watering Hole" destinations, as well as fabulous B&B's and Hotels~ We would be happy to direct you.... See MoreSee Less