The chimney appeared to be one of the only things left standing following Tuesday's destructive fire.
Photographer: Bill Hammontree
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GREER, AZ - The Annual Kick Ash Bash Music Fest Weekend is back again, celebrating Greer’s lasting green, mountainous charm even after the past threat of the Wallow Fire.
Greer wants to share their home with everyone this weekend and let everyone know that "Greer is still here and still green!"
The fun, family-friendly event, now in its second year, will feature local and regional bands playing rock, country, jazz and blues for music-loving guests.
The outdoor stage will be located near The Historic Molly Butler Lodge on Main Street, according to a news release. Festivities will start at 3 p.m. Friday, July 27 and go from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday.
Children can enjoy Wild West shoot-outs, games, wagon rides and all guests can get their own commemorative t-shirts.
The Boat Race Fundraiser will be from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the Little Colorado River at Johnson River Retreat.
Beer and refreshments will be available, as well as barbecue, gifts, crafts and prizes!
Parking will be available at Molly’s, Copper Barrel Gifts and Antiques and other locations within walking distance around Greer, though shuttles will be running.
There is no charge for the festival, but donations are accepted. All proceeds from shirt sales will benefit the Greer Wallow Fire Recovery Fund.
For more information, visit the Kick Ash Bash online .
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