BARTLETT HOTEL aka FILMFORT
Main Street and 1st Avenue, Jerome, AZ
VERDE CANYON RAILROAD aka MOONLIT MYSTERY CINEMA TRAIN
300 N. Broadway, Clarkdale, AZ 86324
260 Hull Ave, Jerome, AZ 86331
Popularly known as Spook Hall, this building was the Old J.C. Penney building and is located on Hull Avenue, just below Main Street. Mr. Lawrence was a major contributor to the founding of the Jerome Historical Society and the building is dedicated in his honor.
OLD JEROME HIGH SCHOOL aka JEROME ART CENTER
Historic Old Jerome High School, opened in 1906 and closed in 1951, when it was consolidated along with Clarkdale High School into Mingus High School. The buildings are now home to over 20 individual working artists. The Jerome Indie Film & Music Festival is proud to announce it’s permanent residency in Building C beginning September 1st.
CLARK MEMORIAL CLUBHOUSE
19 N. 9th St. Clarkdale, AZ 86324
Clarkdale was planned, owned and developed by William A. Clark of Montana, owner of the United Verde Copper Company on Cleopatra Hill in Jerome. In 1911 Clark decided to change from the extraction process of mining to an “open pit” method. Because of their position at the top of the mine, both the smelter and the railroad terminus had to be relocated. The search for a new smelter site led to the founding of Clarkdale.
The Clubhouse was built as a memorial to William Andrews Clark after his death in 1925. With his bequest of $100,000 for a clubhouse, work began. The plans were designed by Fitzhugh & Byron of Phoenix, and were overseen by Clark’s sons and grandsons. The building contains an Auditorium, Ladies Lounge, Kitchen, Reading Room, and Men’s Lounge. The Auditorium was used for huge dances with live music provided by the mining company as well as theater productions and funerals. The ladies played cards in the Ladies Lounge and cooked festive party meals in the Kitchen. The men discussed business and played pool in the Men’s Lounge while smoking a strong cigar purchased from the soda fountain. The Reading Room contained newspapers and magazines from all across the country. The entire building was adorned in copper details, down to the copper screens on the windows. Many of the original furnishing still adorn the rooms. A two lane bowling alley in the basement has since been removed, however, the outdoor swimming pool in the back of the building is still a popular summer get-away for Clarkdale residents. The building is now used for community events, rented for special occasions and is the meeting place for the Town Council and town boards and commissions.
OLD TOWN CENTER FOR THE ARTS
633 N. 5th St. Cottonwood, AZ 86326
Old Town Center for the Arts is the best theater for live music and entertainment in the Verde Valley, Northern Arizona, only a twenty minute drive from Sedona and is Old Town Cottonwood’s premier concert venue with performances and entertainment in music, theater, comedy, and the performing arts.
VERDE RIVER KAYAK & CRAFT BEER THING
MYSTERY WINE & HOME MOVIE STROLL
Guests who purchase tickets for this stroll won’t have a clue where it begins or where it ends until the stroll begins. When they pick up their tickets at the Box Office, they will be given a mysterious egg that contains the secret information. They are not to disclose this info to anyone outside of their attending group.