Bisbee Enclave is your online directory for Bisbee's eclectic Arts and Entertainment District. It is still under construction and is frequently updated, but you may browse the pages I have up. I'm adding shops and galleries this week. Soon, we'll also have entries for local entertainers, artists and musicians!
They don't call Bisbee Tiny Town for nothing!
It is a very small town with very narrow roads. It is not uncommon to have someone drive their giant RV or a big old truck up Main Street and into smaller neighborhoods where finding a turnaround is unlikely. If you don't want to back your vehicle along a cliff on a road that spans about 6 feet, I suggest parking your vehicle near your place of lodging or downtown at the convention center, and walking. And while you're walking and discovering Tiny Town, I'd like to mention that we have small neighborhoods where we like to preserve a modicum of privacy. I can't tell you how many times I've heard random Bisbeans say that someone walked into their home wanting to look around! Of course, YOU would never do that, right?
That's about the most finicky thing about Bisbee, and really, PARK & WALK. That will give you plenty of time to enjoy our architecture, galleries and shops, street art & music, all the good stuff!
...and all the good stuff happens downtown anyway!
"A handy guide for Music, Art + Culture this week in Bisbee, Arizona"
Every Tuesday at 3 pm, Steve Moramarco sends out a weekly email detailing events in Bisbee, and posts it on his website as well. He also sends out a Weekend Update on Friday afternoons.
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"An email newsletter about the Bisbee economy, Bisbee interests, and random items of progressive political interest plucked from the Firehose of information."
Bisbee Wire is a weekly publication run by Fred Miller, owner of the Copper City Inn and retired beverage manager/bartender at Cafe Roka. Fred keeps up with local politics and keeps his ear to the ground in our business district. Fred likes to be informed and he publishes Bisbee Wire for those of us who feel the same.