— Flagstaff High School will be using its snowmobilers to celebrate the holiday season on Saturday when it has its annual snowmobile show at the Rose Bowl.
The snowmobile parade will start at 7 p.m. at the stadium, which is located on the north side of the Rosebud River and is just north of the city of Flagstaff.
The parade will include two parades: one for children ages 7 to 14, and one for seniors and families.
The parade will be conducted by the Flagstaff Police Department and includes a live broadcast from the Rose Stadium, with police in plainclothes directing traffic and providing assistance with traffic signs.
The Rose Bowl is the site of the annual Rose Bowl Classic, which begins Dec. 31.
The Rose Bowl, which also is the venue for the Super Bowl, has been hosting its snowmobile season since 2010.
It is scheduled to host the second annual snowmogas.
The event has become a favorite for some Flagstaff residents and officials to mark the holiday, especially with a new addition to the Rose and Bowl parade route.
The city of Tucson, Arizona, recently opened its snowpark.
The city is working on adding a snowmobile track to the existing road leading from downtown to downtown.