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Free Fourth Friday: E.T. visits Camp Verde, more surprises
UniversalSteven Spielberg’s E.T., marking its 30th year, will be the free movie during Camp Verde’s Free Fourth Friday on July 27.

Steven Spielberg’s E.T., marking its 30th year, will be the free movie during Camp Verde’s Free Fourth Friday on July 27.
Flagstaff’s Gap-Toothed Djinn
Flagstaff’s Gap-Toothed Djinn
The Horn Saloon, White Hills Gallery to host Fourth Friday events
Camp Verde's Monthly Free Fourth Friday event is upon us again, and this month on Friday, July 27, 5-8 p.m., The Horn Saloon and Camp Verde's art gallery, White Hills Gallery, will be hosting fun filled events for the whole family.

The Horn Saloon, located at 348 S. Main St. in downtown Camp Verde, will be featuring a dinner special created by their executive Chef Devin Delnicki of Spanish Style Paella, a traditional Spanish rice dish bursting with fresh seafood, chicken and chorizo sausage with hints of smoked paprika and saffron for $18. The dinner special will be available starting at 5 p.m.

Outside in the beer garden, The Horn Saloon will have Flagstaff's jazz-infused funk band, Gap Toothed Djinn performing live starting at 6 p.m. Their versatile use of instruments including saxophone, baritone guitar and drums, creates a gamut of musical styles including blues, jazz, and rock with influences of everything from Miles Davis to Paul Simon.  

Next door, White Hills Gallery invites the community to decorate rustic metal flowers in any way they would like for free. The Gallery will provide paint and paint brushes for use and encourages everyone to bring their artistic skills and inspiration to the gallery from 5-8 p.m. The flowers will be available for purchase after Fourth Friday, with proceeds going to help benefit the Camp Verde Arts Council and Fort Verde Days art show coming this October.

White Hills Gallery and The Horn Saloon are located in downtown Camp Verde.  More information about both events can be found on their websites, or

Steve Ayers
Staff Reporter

Twice since it first began, Camp Verde's Free Fourth Friday has become a Star Party, centered on viewings of the night sky, courtesy of the good folks at Flagstaff's Lowell Observatory.

This month, that theme will get a slight twist when the planet's favorite alien becomes the center of attention.

On Friday July 27, from 6 to 8 p.m., the Town of Camp Verde, along with all its business sponsors, will present a free showing of the 1982 Steven Spielberg classic E.T.: The Extraterrestrial.

Instead of showing it outdoors, as might be appropriate for those seeking nighttime aliens, the movie will be shown in Room 206-206 of the community center

"In the middle of the monsoon season it's better to be safe than sorry. Besides, the Community Center is air conditioned," says Camp Verde Development Director Melissa Preston.

In addition to the free movie night, participants of all ages can come and decorate "alien cupcakes."

And, rumor has it, Town Manager Russ "The Martian" Martin, will be out and about supporting the theme of alien life forms and earthly visits.

The Verde Valley Archaeology Center will also have its doors open as well as Fort Verde State Historic Park. No word as of press time if either of them were expecting any close encounters.

The Horn Saloon, White Hills Galleries, Sweet Grace Restaurant and other Main Street merchants will also be open and offering FFF specials.

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Reader Comments

Posted: Thursday, April 25, 2013
Article comment by: Melissa Preston

What a fun event!

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