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Donations in support of the band's activities can be mailed to:

Cottonwood Community Band

PO Box 1025

Cottonwood, AZ 86326

Cottonwood Community Band is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization with contributions tax deductible as allowed by law.


Director’s Baton     $1500+

Instrument Lover   $500-$1499

Concert Follower    $200-$499

Music Aficionado    $100-$199

Supporter                $25-$99

Contributors of $25 or more will be listed in our concert program for one year.

Cottonwood Community Band performs 4-5  concerts per year in Cottonwood, Sedona and Camp Verde.


Cottonwood Community Band gladly accepts donations of musical instruments that are no longer being used by their owner. It may allow a community member who does not have an instrument to become musically active again.

THANK YOU to our contributors who enable us to offer free concerts for communities in the Verde Valley.

Director’s Baton

Kathleen and Peter Wege


Instrument Lover

Sy and Anita Brandon


Concert Follower

Jill and Brian Anderson (In memory of David Baptist)

Judy Cowan

Ann Crossland & Nancy Heyser

Tom Murphy

Sally and Lance Nelson

Will and Shelley Norris


Music Aficionado

Margaret Baptist (In memory of David Baptist)

Gary Barto

Beverly Bullock

Arlene Christensen

Laura Curtis

Dan and Colleen Edwards

Gary and Ronalie Kavert (In memory of David Baptist)

John Kinnamon

Chuck and Liz Stark

Al and Gloria Vander Peut

Jim and Linda Warren (Match from Pfizer)

Kathleen Wilson

Duane Wyles



Penny and Ralph Barksdale

Bryan and Janet Chambers

Ed Jones

Vicki King

Deborah Laitenberger

Norma Misewicz

Jan Nichols

Don and Lois Rosenow

William Scales

Robert and Loretta Schmidgall

Fay and Neil Shouse

Hildrum-Uta Triebess

Dallas Wright

Cottonwood Community Band would like to thank Mingus Union High School, the Sedona United Methodist Church, and the Camp Verde Multi-Use Theater for hosting our concerts and the Cottonwood/Oak Creek School District for hosting our rehearsals.



The Cottonwood Community Band will help celebrate our Verde River at 10:00 AM on September 28, 2019 at Dead Horse Ranch State Park in Cottonwood.  Arizona State Parks will waive the park entrance fees for all visitors attending this 31st annual event. All of the activities are at no cost, thanks to the many exhibitors and sponsors.
The Cottonwood Community Band, Verde Valley Voices, Dave Joslin and the Jerome Ukulele Orchestra are part of the wide range of entertainment throughout the day. Some of the day's events include a climbing wall, organized canoe and kayak rides, sand castle building, and nature-based exhibits. Guests of all ages are welcome to fish in the lagoon that is loaded with hundreds of pounds of catfish. Poles, bait and tackle are provided for all ages. No fishing license is needed 8am - noon. Enjoy the best pancake breakfast. Non-Profit Food vendors will be cooking up hot dogs, Hamburgers and more for nominal fees. Cash only.
See live birds and reptiles and enjoy guided Bird Walks throughout the day.
Verde River Day was organized in 1989 to promote awareness of the Verde River's distinctive riparian habitat and showcase informative exhibits on the Verde's unique riparian habitat.

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