Featuring Story Telling, Live Music, Arts & Crafts and More
AireBeam, Arizona’s fastest growing fiber to the home and fixed wireless Internet service provider, will be sponsoring Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) event being hosted in Padilla Park by the Pinal County Historical Museum with gates opening at 2 p.m. on Saturday, October 21.
The annual event will feature a number of activities for the community that are free to attendees, who are encouraged to be in costume. Among the activities will be storytelling by Zarco Guerrero (award-winning Arizona sculptor, mask maker and performance artist), Mariachi music, Folklorico dance groups, arts & crafts, food and beverages of all kinds, and a number of activities for children.
“This is a very exciting cultural event for Pinal County and we are happy to be sponsoring this free and family-oriented gathering,” said Ben Elkins, CEO of AireBeam. “We continue to be involved in the communities we service and want to show our support throughout Pinal County.”
AireBeam has been part of the Pinal County community since 2004 and actively participates in civic and business community activities as part of its mission to provide affordable and accessible Internet access to rural areas in Arizona. Learn more about Dia De Los Muertos event in Florence here.
AireBeam was founded in 2004 and is one of Arizona’s fastest growing fiber to the home and fixed wireless Internet service providers. AireBeam is locally operated and proudly serves Pinal, Pima and Maricopa Counties, including Arizona City and surrounding areas. Their mission is to provide affordable and accessible Internet access to rural areas in Arizona. AireBeam is a subsidiary of Boston Omaha Corporation (NYSE:BOC).