The Old Pearce Festival – November 24 and 25 (Thanksgiving Weekend) 9 am-4 pm:
Wicked Burgers / Dragoon Cafe will be there again, but at a different spot:
Marcia's Garden fantastic soap shop on 1547 E Pearce Rd - right off the main drag of Ghost Town Trail...
Bring out your family and friends to the Ghost Town Mining Camp of Old Pearce for an old fashioned western festival! Blue grass, country music, arts, crafts, antiques, book sellers and food will be on hand. Power from the Past will display antique engines, blacksmith demonstrations and a real chuck wagon! The Pearce Mercantile will be open with historic displays. Stroll the streets and enjoy demonstrations, pony cart rides, historic buildings and more! Free Parking! Free Entrance!
Wicked Burgers / Dragoon Cafe will have their delicious freshly prepared hot foods, desserts & drinks...
The Old Pearce Mercantile is open free to the public. Its wonderful collections will have you reliving the glory days of Pearce.
Check out the wonderful exhibits: The Quilt Display from Benson Museum's Art & Quilt Gallery; The Local Mineral Show from the Gem and Mineral Club; The Willcox Cowbelles exhibit; The Antique Tractor & Engine Display from the "Power from the Past;" vendors and their one-of-a-kind wares.
The Shady Ladies of Cochise County will kick up their heels on Saturday.
Music will be provided by Mary Cartter and the Dragoon Mountain Boys and there will be an open jam session! Free parking and free admision
Take exit I-10 at 318; follow Dragoon Road 13 miles to 191; turn right and drive approximately 7 miles (past Sunsites) and turn right onto Ghost Town Trail — one more mile and you’re there.