SERVICE GROUPS OF TOMBSTONE, AZ
to our site.
We are four of the service groups in Tombstone. We are The Tombstone Vigilantes, Helldorado,
Inc., Tombstone Lions Club "Wyatt Earp Days" and The Tombstone Repertory. This site is your gateway to what we do, what is going on and what is coming up for these service organizations in Tombstone, Arizona. Please enjoy the site and come back often.
The Tombstone Vigilantes
were founded in 1946
and incorporated in 1954. We are the longest continuous
re-reenactment group in Southeastern Arizona. We support
the Tombstone Small Animal Shelter, the Tombstone Food
Bank and the renaissance program at Tombstone High School.
The Tombstone Vigilantes host Vigilante Days, the weekend where the
Friday and Saturday are before the 2nd Sunday in August.
In 1929, Tombstone, Arizona was but a mere shell of the thriving
city it had become. The silver mines have been closed since 1912,
when Arizona became the 48th state in the union. World War I was
over and the need for lead and manganese for our mines had subsided.
Yet, thanks to the historians of the day, the residents of
Tombstone were beginning to see the potential of a new "industry"
for their community, TOURISM! Follow me now to the celebration now
known as "HELLDORADO"
Wyatt Earp Days
is brought to you by the Tombstone Lions Club, and affiliate of
Lions Clubs International.
Wyatt Earp Days is celebrated every Memorial weekend in May.
Proceeds from this event help support the youth activities in
brings you mellodramas through out the year.
We are a cast of volunteers dedicated to the restoration and
preservation of historic Schieffelin Hall. Check back
regularly for each new melodrama through out the year. This
October, we are proud to persent to you a melodrama written by Bob
Hoskins, "The Lone Stranger", a spoof of the old TV series
"The Lone Ranger".
Repertory performs old time melodaramas from the 1880's as well as
ocassionally histroric plays which were staged in Schieffelin Hall
during the 1880's.