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Clarkdale Arts & Entertainment District

Cultural District
Annual Bank Robbery Re-enactment at Four Eight Wineworks – Doug Von Gausig

ADA Acessibility Notes

Streets, sidewalks and all businesses within the District are ADA accessible.

The Clarkdale Arts and Entertainment District was established in 2013. Located in the Clarkdale original historic business center, the District has been host to a number of wonderful events since its creation.

At the heart of the District is the area of Main Street originally constructed in the early 1900’s to support the company town of Clarkdale. These historic buildings now house restaurants, museums, art galleries, wine tasting, a local market and two historic taverns.

At the north end of the district is the famous Clarkdale Town Park built for the original residents of Clarkdale and still enjoyed today for free concerts and outdoor movies. The Park is also the focal point for the annual 4th of July and Halloween celebrations.

The District is the strongly beating heart of the historic town of Clarkdale.

History of Area

The Town of Clarkdale was founded by William Andrews Clark, owner of the United Verde Mine in Jerome Arizona. Clark founded the Town to provide housing for employees of the mine. Clarkdale was a master planned company town and included houses, schools and a central business area to provide everything residents might need.

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