History buffs, northern Arizonians, and travelers along the windy road all recognize the importance and beauty of one of America’s greatest roads, Route 66.
Route 66 weaves across Arizona, through Flagstaff and the Northern part of the state, allowing drivers to head as far West as Los Angeles and as far East as Chicago. 2016 marks ninety years since Route 66, dubbed the “Mother Road” and “Main Street of America,” was first established.
Back in the day, before commercial air traffic increased, Route 66 was one of the only options for transportation across the country, and many Americans took advantage of it.
The Flagstaff community is invited to celebrate 90 years of travel and freedom along Route 66 at the Museum Club! The 90th anniversary party will take place this Friday, November 11 from 12 pm to 5 pm.
Free and open to all ages, the anniversary party will be a family and neighborhood affair, with live music, burgers and hot dogs, special bowling prices, children’s’ games and activities, and a Route 66 car exhibition!
Don’t miss out on this fun-filled, family-friendly celebration of one of the iconic pieces of Arizona history! The venue itself, The Museum Club, is located off of Route 66 (3404 E. Route 66 Flagstaff, AZ 86004). For more information on the event, please visit the official event page!