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PAYP Educational Breakfast
05/07/14
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Women In Business Luncheon
05/14/14
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Women In Business Luncheon
08/13/14
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Women In Business Luncheon
11/12/14
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Events in the next 90 days...
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12/05/12
 -12/03/14
Revelation Series

Please join us as Pastor Raj takes us through the Book of Revelation. He will make sense of topics such as the Antichrist, the Judgments, the Rapture of the Church, the Battle of Armageddon, the Millennial Kingdom, and much more. Beginnning December 5th and every Wednesday evening from 6:30pm to 8:00pm. Ministries for children of all ages available. Call 928.778.7642 for more information.

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11/16/13
 -04/26/14
Winter Farmers Market - Prescott Community Market

The Winter Market is held every Saturday from 10 am - 2 pm. Our climate allows for fresh seasonal produce, and lots of wonderful locally produced farm products, foods, gifts, and crafts. We are looking forward to your visit. There is plenty of parking on the various college parking lots, and the campus can be entered from all directions on foot. It is less than one mile from the downtown Court House Plaza. A wonderful opportunity to support your local agriculture and locally produced products, every Saturday in a festival like atmosphere. There will be live music and fun things for kids such as face painting, and more. Linger on the creekside patio with a nice organic Latté or creamy Hot Chocolate. Make it part of your weekend to get all your fresh seasonal veggies at the market, as well as baked goods, lavender, and wonderful local crafts, right here in Prescott at the Prescott College Campus Commons.

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01/06/14
 -05/01/14
Travel with EDventures at Yavapai College

Travel while you learn with EDventures at Yavapai College. Spring trips include exploring back roads and prehistoric ruins to learn about local history, Pima Air and Space Museum in Tucson, an overnight to Canyon de Chelly, hiking day trips to Sycamore Canyon and Grand Canyon and more. (928)717-7755; www.yc.edu/edv

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01/18/14
 -07/04/14
Santa Fe School Art Exhibit

The Santa Fe Indian School exhibit opens January 18th, at 1pm. V i s i t u s a t w w w.smokimuseum. o r g The exhibit features artwork from the height of the school and “The Studio” including Pablita Velarde, Harrison Begay, Blue Corn, Narciso Abeyta, Quincy Tahoma, and others. $10 donation requested for the opening.

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02/06/14
 -12/18/14
Foundry Tours @ Bronzesmith

Bronzesmith Fine Art Foundry and Gallery is a unique destination for sculptors, bronze sculpture collectors and art enthusiasts. Located in Prescott Valley, we offer a sculpture garden, gallery and foundry in one location. In our gallery you will discover exquisite traditional and contemporary limited edition bronze sculpture from today's leading artists. Hours are from 9:00-4:00 Monday-Friday with foundry tours on Thursday at 11:00 by appointment. The cost for the tour is $10.00 per person.

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02/19/14
 -12/17/14
People Who Care Volunteer Information Meeting

The third Wednesday of each month, People Who Care holds an information meeting for people who would like to find out more about volunteering. Go to our website at www.peoplewhocareaz.com.

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03/12/14
 -06/27/14
Journey into Colors Gallery Show

Mt. Artist Gallery present the new gallery show "Journey into Colors" Hours open 10am-4pm Tuesday through Saturday.

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04/01/14
 -04/30/14
Open Studios at Mt. Artist Guild

Open Studios: at Mt. Artist Guild 228 N. Alarcon St., Prescott, Az 86301 Oil Painting, Wednesdays 9am-12pm Watercolor/Water Media, Thursdays and Fridays 9am-12pm Open Studio Portraits with Costumed Model, Fridays 9am-12pm Contact the Guild at 928-445-2510 for information.

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04/01/14
 -04/29/14
Oil Painting with Sheila Savannah

Oil Painting with Sheila Savannah beginns April 1st. VClass will be conducted every Tuesday afternoon in April ( 1, 8 15, 22 and 29th) from 1-4pm. Contact the Guild for information and registration. 928-445-2510

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04/01/14
 -04/30/14
April Pick Your Price Adoption Event

Yavapai Humane Society (YHS) is hosting an April “Pick Your Price” adoption event starting April 1st through April 30th. The Yavapai Humane Society is the Pet Adoption Center of choice and this April it is the only place adopters can pick their own price for any cat, kitten, dog or puppy. “This is the community’s best chance to help empty the shelter,” says Ed Boks, YHS Executive Director. “The warm spring and summer seasons bring an influx of litters of puppies and kittens that we need to make room for. This special is a chance for animal lovers to help YHS care for homeless animals by freeing up space in the shelter. If you’re looking for a new furry family member, you won’t find a better time or better selection. Volunteers and staff will be walking dogs around the campus sharing their favorites with potential adopters. Cat cuddlers will also be on hand to give adopters personal information on available felines. This month-long adoption event is valid at YHS Pet Adoption Center at 1625 Sundog Ranch Road from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursdays through Mondays and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sundays. We’ll also have “Pick Your Price” adoptions at the Prescott PetSmart Cat Adoption Center on 69A weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and weekends 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. All YHS pets are spayed or neutered, micro-chipped, vaccinated, de-wormed, and current on flea and tick preventative care—a package worth $400 in value. Every animal adopted at YHS is also eligible for one free introductory wellness exam with a local veterinarian of your choice. All adopters must still adhere to all YHS adoption policies and speak with an adoption counselor prior to being able to adopt. It is recommended that you bring a copy of your lease agreement, all the members of your household, and/or any dogs in the family for a get acquainted “meet and greet” with your prospective new family member. You can view YHS adoptable pets at www.yavapaihumane.org/adopt. Please call the YHS Pet Adoption Center at 928-445-2666 to answer any questions.

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04/07/14
 -05/05/14
Ananda Chair Yoga 3 weeks in Prescott Valley

Seniors please take an opportunity to come to my chair yoga therapy class, which embraces the practice of yoga to fit your lifestyle, and mind set. It is meditative style of yoga, but it is a practice of alignment in the body and using the breath with each posture.

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04/07/14
 -04/27/14
Prescott Center for the Arts Scholarship Show

View a wide array of artistic styles and media by middle and high school art students. The PCA Scholarship Program awards both visual and performing art students. The gallery gift shop will be open during this exhibit.

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04/12/14
 -11/29/14
Live Music at Granite Creek Vineyards / Every Saturday!

Every Saturday afternoon this spring, summer and fall, enjoy fantastic live music at picturesque Granite Creek Vineyards in Chino Valley, AZ. With unique performances each week, this live music series is a wonderful way to relax on your day off. Sip our delicious array of Award-Winning Certified Organic Wines, enjoy our beautiful estate and temperate climate, order lunch or dinner from our seasonally inspired menu, all while listening to some of Arizona's best Musicians. Find a calendar of upcoming performances and events at www.granitecreekvineyards.com Call 928-636-2003 or email info@granitecreekvineyards.com for more information

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04/14/14
 -05/05/14
Mindfulness Meditation Series

o Learn about Mindfulness and Meditation o Set up and begin a Mindfulness Meditation practice o Learn helpful techniques to practice Mindfulness in a formal practice (sitting in meditation) and an informal practice (life!) o Practice with others who are interested in the benefits of Meditation

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04/15/14
 -05/06/14
Yoga Stretch Class

Yoga Stretch Classes are for the newcomer to Yoga or the experienced student who is looking for more of a gentle stretching class that will also incorporate some balance and strength. Classes are small and intimate with personalized instruction.

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04/15/14
 -05/12/14
George Lewis Arlene Minuskin Photography Show

“When Opposites Attract” Photography by George Lewis and Arlene Minuskin April 15 - May 12, 2014 What we are asked to contemplate are two kinds of artists, visibly so different, yet linked in so many ways. Their backgrounds and working practices are worlds apart. What they have in common is their astute observation of the images before them.

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04/17/14
 -04/26/14
ENCHANTED APRIL

When two frustrated London housewives decide to rent a villa in Italy for a holiday away from their bleak marriages, they recruit two very different English women to share the cost and the experience. There, among the wisteria blossoms and Mediterranean sunshine, all four bloom again--rediscovering themselves in ways that they--and we--could never have expected

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04/17/14
 -05/14/14
Fine Art Print Making

The Spotlight Room of the Mountain Artists Gallery opens a new Shop featuring Fine Art Print Making. An opening reception to meet the artists will be held in conjunction with the 4th Friday Art Walk on April 25th. The show will run throught May 14th. For information please call 928-776-4009

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04/19/14
 -04/26/14
Beginning Fused Glass and Slumped Glass Workshop

Glass making workshop with Patty Lindsey of Chino Valley, AZ. "Beginning Fused Glass and Slumped Glass." Workshop will be held in the artist's Chino Valley studio (4455 N. Juniper Drive., Chino Valley) on subsequent Saturdays April 19th and 26th. Maximum class size is six. Contact the Guild for information and registration at 928-445-2510

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04/25/14
Prescott's 4th Friday Art Walk

Prescott’s 4th Friday Art Walk Beginning at 5 p.m. On the 4th Friday of each month over 18 participating Prescott galleries keep their doors open to visitors and local alike for a night of fun, food, music and ART! For event information go to www.artthe4th.com or visit on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/Prescotts-4th-Friday-Art-Walk/215381998534401

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04/25/14
Student Honors Recital

Student Honors Recital Join the students in voice, piano and instrumental areas who have achieved honors status in the music area as they perform for their friends, family and professors.

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04/25/14
4th Friday Art walk at 'Tis

“When Opposites Attract” Photography by George Lewis and Arlene Minuskin April 15 - May 12, 2014 "2014 Found Art Show: Artists Unearthing Meaning in Objets Trouves" April 24 - May 20

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04/25/14
 -04/27/14
SEDONA 11th ANNUAL OPEN STUDIOS ART TOUR

April 25-27 SEDONA 11th ANNUAL OPEN STUDIOS ART TOUR. This event is an annual celebration of the arts and artists in the greater Verde Valley, which includes Cornville and Cottonwood. This non-profit, artist-run event provides thousands of visitors a unique opportunity to meet the artists and gain a first-hand view of their creative processes. The event is funded entirely by artist participation fees and community support. The weekend event is a free, self-guided tour allowing visitors the opportunity to meet and talk with artists in their daily workspaces. There are 39 artists participating, working in a variety of mediums, such as: ceramics, painting, fiber, photography, jewelry, watercolors, glass and sculpture. The event is from 10 am to 5 pm daily. For more information: http://sedonaartistscoalition.org or contact Mike Upp at 503.789.4437 or mjupp10@gmail.com

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04/25/14
 -05/10/14
Spring 2014 Juried Student Exhibition

Yavapai College Art Gallery is proud to present our bi-annual Juried Student Exhibition. This is always a highly anticipated show filled with emerging as well as more experienced student artists. This is a great time to purchase art as well as meet and greet your local Yavapai College artists. Also on hand will be many Art Faculty members to ask about upcoming classes and what is available here at the Prescott campus. An idea of the classes that will be represented are Painting, Drawing, Printmaking, Woodworking, Metal Sculpture, Ceramics, Jewelry, Lapidary, Photography and Graphic Design.

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04/25/14
Demonstration by Watercolor Artist Jan Wright

Mt. Artist Guild membership meeting at 4pm followed by Artist's demonstration by Watercolor Artist Jan Wright. Art Walk and Meet the Artists Reception 5-7pm. Music and Refreshments

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04/25/14
Ribbon Cutting / Time 2 Travel with Debbie

Join Time 2 Travel with Debbie as they celebrate their new membership with Prescott Chamber of Commerce with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony.
This event will be @ Prescott Chamber of Commerce office.

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04/25/14
 -04/27/14
YCCA 36th Annual Home & Garden Show

Home Show over 200 vendors - sponsored by YCCA, The Daily Courier and Arizona Home Town Radio Group. Located Tim's Toyota Center Prescott Valley - Corner of Florentine & Glassford Hill Road. FREE ADMISSION. Bring Non-perishable food items to support Yavapai Food Bank

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04/25/14
Yavapai Reentry Project Community Coach Training

What is a Community Coach? A Community Coach is a friend, a support system, a perfect stranger who gives back to their community by being a resource to formerly incarcerated individuals who are committed to making positive life changes with the second chance they've been given. Community Coaches are trained to provide emotional support to participants in the Yavapai Reentry Project and receive continuing education on resources and community partners so they can help their participant achieve their goals.

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04/25/14
 -05/21/14
4th Friday Art Walk and Guest Artist Show

4th Friday Art Walk and reception for Guest Artist, Ron Miller

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04/25/14
 -04/27/14
11th Annual Whiskey Off-Road Mtn.Bike Festival & Races

Join Epic Rides, The City of Prescott,Mountain bikers from all over the country as we present a tide raising event for American mountain bike scene on April 25th-27th. Check out the "Event Hub" with many vendor booths,Beer Garden,Pro race,15,25,and 50 proof races,concert and more! Fundraising activities benefit Yavapai County Food Bank,Prescott Alturnitive Transportation,Prevent Child Abuse Arizona and Prescott Mountain Bike Alliance.
Music will start @ 10AM Saturday  with Raise the Roof, Noon, Muskellinge from Flagstaff, 2PM, Sweet Nasty.
Taking the stage Sat. @ 6PM will be the headliner band... Jamestown Revival

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04/26/14
Walk for the Animals

Join hundreds of animal lovers for a doggone good time at the Third Annual Yavapai Humane Society Walk for the Animals, presented by Renewal by Andersen. Walk or run your pooch on the 5K- or 1-mile course, enjoy the Barketplace with lots of local vendors, enter in the Magic 99.1 Strut Your Mutt contest, visit the YHS Yavapai Humane Society Spay/Neuter & Wellness Clinic booth for low-cost animal care, and more! We’ll be raising money for the thousands of homeless pets YHS saves each year. When you raise funds for the 3rd Annual Walk for the Animals, you not only receive the satisfaction of helping homeless pets, you receive fabulous gifts for yourself! The more money you raise, the more cool stuff you will acquire! Visit www.yavapaihumane.org/walk for more information and to register.

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04/26/14
Garden Class: Mood Altering Flower Gardening(Free)

Some flowers are easier to grow than others. Students learn which flowers provide the easiest care color for the mountains of Arizona. See this springs new rose collection with a focus on super easy to bloom flowers your grandmother only dreamed of. Learn all the fragrant details and more with this class.

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04/26/14
Cruise-In For The Veterans / Car Show

The third annual "Cruise-in for the Veterans" car show features classic cars, hot rods and other vehicles, along with a raffle and a silent auction at Frontier Village. Information: 928-713-0978 or www.arizonacarshows.com

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04/26/14
Prescott Film Festival Volunteer Appreciation Day

April 26th is Volunteer Appreciation and Sign Up Day. Anyone interested in signing up to volunteer for the Prescott Film Festival or the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center can arrive at 4:00 for some fun snacks and special short films JUST for our faithful volunteers. Find out about open positions with these non-profits and be part of one or both teams, bringing the arts and entertainment to Yavapai County. Volunteers, new and “experienced” alike, will get free admission to the evening’s feature film, Go with Le Flo.

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04/26/14
Prescott Film Festival Monthly Series

"Go with Le Flo" On April 26th, a fun romantic indie comedy will light up the screen at the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center at 6:30pm. The film is Go with Le Flo, in both French and German, (with English subtitles) filmed in Berlin from two American filmmakers. It is an early Official Selection to the 5th annual Prescott Film Festival.

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04/26/14
"Bling into Spring" Fashion Show & Party

Step into a sparkling spring themed party filled with fashionable delights! Live mannequins will greet attendees as they enter the fairy-like festivities. A formal fashion show will follow featuring the launch of our children's line (girls sizes 2t - 14) and the ladies summer 2014 collection, both of which will be available for purchase at the event. Guests will be invited to enjoy an elegant buffet of garden fresh hor d'oeuvres & delicate spring themed cocktails. There will be a "fairyland afterparty" (for post fashion show) at GOBANANAS. The little ladies will be treated to crafts, storytime & cupcakes! Moms can drop kids and then shop!
Benefits Camp Soaring Eagle, which is an organization that sends seriously ill children to camp.

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04/26/14
Dedication of "Sharlot's Depot"

Join with Sharlot Hall Museum members and friends as we dedicate the new “Sharlot’s Depot” at the four-acre campus located two blocks west of the Courthouse plaza. The new building begun last Fall is at the entrance on Gurley Street, and will serve as the admission center for the Museum (instead of inside the Bashford House and Museum Store). Dedication festivities begin at 2 pm with a special presentation and ribbon-cutting, plus a sharing of the celebratory cake. RSVP to 445-3122 ext. 10 to join in the celebratory cake-cutting. The dedication festivities are free. Sharlot Hall Museum, 415 West Gurley Street, Prescott.

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04/26/14
Mother's Day Boutique

You are invited to our 1st Annual Mother's Day Boutique. Shop for all the special Mom's on your list. We have gifts of relaxation, Baskets, Artisan Soaps, Skincare, jewelry, scarves, wreaths and more. All in attendance have a chance to win a YonKa Skincare basket valued at over $100.00. Free Gift to first 20 shoppers.

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04/26/14
Whiskey Off Road - Family Film

“Whiskey Off Road – Movie – “Klunkers”” Saturday, April 26th @ 7:15 $5 Klunkerz: A Film About Mountain Bikes, documents mountain bike history during the late 1960s and 1970s in Northern California. The film examines the relationships of the San Francisco Bay Area hippies, athletes, artists and entrepreneurs who are directly responsible for the global popularization off-road cycling. Klunkerz includes interviews with those present at the embryonic stages of the sport including Mountain Bike Hall of Fame members Gary Fisher, Charlie Kelly, Joe Breeze, Tom Ritchey, Mike Sinyard, Steve Potts, Jacquie Phelan, Charlie Cunningham, Otis Guy, Alan Bonds, Wende Cragg, The Morrow Dirt Club, The Larkspur Canyon Gang and more. Klunkerz also looks at many seminal events in mountain bike history, including the legendary Repack downhill race series which began in 1976. The film was written, produced, and directed by filmmaker Billy Savage.

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04/27/14
Spring Choral Concert

YC Spring Choral Concert Yavapai on Broadway II A concert of all broadway music presented by the six choirs of the choral union. Featuring music from The Sound of Music, Phantom of the Opera, Lion King, Big River and Les Miserables.

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04/27/14
Our Library Rocks

OUR LIBRARY ROCKS, a celebration of Mid Century American Literature, Music & Pop Culture at the Prescott Public Library on Sunday, April 27, 3-6 pm. The Friends of Prescott Public Library invite you to join us for appetizers, beverages and wine. Tickets $30 each available at Prescott Public Library. 928-777-1504

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04/28/14
A Tribute to Roy Orbison & Marty Robbins / Dinner Show

The Roy & Marty Show takes two wonderful talents in the music industry and recallsthe days of the roots of musical country blues. Come hear favorite songs by these two famed song writers, singers, and Grammy winners, performed by Phoenicians Kerry Jackson and Brant Hopkins. Favorite songs like “Crying”, “Pretty Woman”, “Don’t Worry About Me” and “My Woman, My Woman, My Wife” will highlight the evening.

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04/29/14
PPL Meet Local Author Ermal Williamson

Ermal Williamson is a poet and author of several well-received westerns and you can hear him talk about his books and writing on April 29 at 3:30 p.m. in the Founders Suite. Books will be available for purchase and autographing at the end of the presentation. Williamson was also the body-double for some very well-known Coors Light commercials which you can watch on his website. Williamson has dedicated his career to keeping Duke's image alive for over 24 years. Ermal received the 2003 IGCITA Best Male Impersonator of the Year Award in Las Vegas. He now resides in Phoenix, AZ.

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04/30/14
PPL Resume Workshop for Teens

Looking for summer work? Start with our résumé workshop for teens! This workshop will set you up for success, even if you’ve never had a job before! Create a résumé and pick up valuable tips on where to apply for jobs. Bring a list of your volunteer experience, any extra-curricular activities and a flash drive if you have one. For teens, grades 9-12. Register online, at the Ask a Librarian Desk, at the Youth Desk or call 928.777.1537.

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04/30/14
 -05/02/14
Watercolor Painting Workshop

Watercolor Painting Workshop with Master Artist Jan Wright of Claremont, Ca. Contact the Guild for information and registration at 928-445-2510

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04/30/14
Age Proof Your Brain

YRMC is presenting this informational discussion at Alta Vista Senior Living Community. Tips for keeping your brain healthy, young and active through diet, exercise, games and social interaction.

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04/30/14
Hopi Art Gallery Opening @ Days Inn Kokopelli in Sedona

Days In Kokopelli, in collaboration with Explore Hopi will host an art gallery opening to be held at the Days Inn Kokopelli establishement in the Village of Oak Creek Sedona. This event will feature Explore Hopi's consignment artwork and so much more.
Come and Join us. Admission is free. Includes catered food,wine,guest lectures,raffles,and entertainment.
 

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04/30/14
Chili's is Proud to Support Miss Kitty's Cat House

Let Chili's do the cooking while we support Miss Kitty's Cat House at the same time. With each flyer presented on April 30, 2014, Chili's will donate 15% of the event day sales back to this great organization.

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05/02/14
Prescott Noon Lioness Fashion Show & Luncheon

Prescott Noon Lioness Annual Fashion Show and Luncheon at the Prescott Resort. Doors open at 11:00 a.m. and lunch will be served at 12:00 noon. Come early to participate in the Silent Auction, Raffle, Mystery Tree and Boutique. Proceeds benefit local charities. The cost of the event is $30.00. For tickets and more information call Judy W. at 928-778-1038 or Judy R. at 928-442-1031

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05/02/14
 -11/01/14
2014 Historic Downtown Prescott Walking Tours

Learn a bit of Prescott's historic past and present with our Historic Downtown Walking Tours. Our tours are free and appreciate donations. Tours are approximately 90 minutes starting promptly at 10AM meeting in front of Chamber's Visitor Information Center.

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05/02/14
FREE - Nic Billman - Shores of Grace

“FREE – Nic Billman – Shores of Grace” Friday May 2nd @ 7:00pm $ FREE $ Nic Billman is a prolific song writer with sincere love and compassion for the poor and downcast. He is an accomplished acoustic guitar player and will be accompanied by a team of very talented musicians performing contemporary Christian music. His music and the stories of his work among the poor and disadvantaged reveals the loving heart that God has for all people everywhere.

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05/03/14
 -05/04/14
Chalk It UP! Prescott

Chalk It UP! Prescott Arizona’s premiere community street painting event will host the 6th annual festival on May 3 & 4, 2014, 10 AM-4 PM. Artists of all ages and abilities create a weekend museum of pavement chalk art. Artist, volunteer, entertainer and sponsor information available at www.PrescottChalkArt.com or 928-308-8762.

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05/03/14
One Man's Treasure / Auction & Social Event

Enjoy a unique art exhibit with live and silent auctions while you sip wine and partake in specially-prepared gourmet appetizers. Our featured fine art celebrates up-cycled materials and Prescott's riparian treasures created by 25 of our finest local artists. Help us reach our goal of keeping our streams, lakes and rivers clean and healthy for all who depend on them.

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05/03/14
36th Annual Whiskey Row Marathon

Are You Tough Enough? As an Arizona running tradition for 36 years, the Whiskey Row Marathon is among the toughest races in the country. Featuring rugged terrain, an altitude in excess of one mile above sea level and, on occasion, severe weather, it’s challenging, fun and offers a number of running routes for runners of all skill and fitness levels, including a marathon, half marathon, a 10k and a two-mile fun run. Proceeds from this race will go directly into the scholarship fund at the Prescott YMCA. This fund provides families in financial need to participate in childcare, swimming lessons, youth sports and gymnastics classes. Your participation in this race not only promotes your personal health, but also promotes the overall health of the Prescott Community. Join runners from all over the county in this prestigious event – and show your friends and family that you are “Tough Enough”.

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05/03/14
MUSTANG PROJECT CRUISE / Car Show!

The First Pony-Only Cruise of the Summer! If you can push it, pull it, trailer it, or drive it, your Mustang should be at this Cruise. Any Mustang Year, Any Mustang Model, Any Mustang Condition is welcome. NO judging. Paint & Polish NOT required. Bring your Mustang Show Car, your Mustang Daily Driver, your Mustang Clunker, your Mustang Lawn Ornament, your Mustang Neighborhood Eyesore, your Mustang Garage Queen, or any part thereof.

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05/03/14
Community Appreciation Day @ The Zoo!

Saturday, May 3rd is Community Appreciation Day at Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary! To say “Thank You” for the community’s support, admission to the Sanctuary on this day is FREE! Come visit our 150 plus animal residents, experience interactive animal encounters, meet some animals up-close and play some fun games all at NO-CHARGE. Concessions will be available for purchase. This is a great time to bring your family and experience your local zoo. For more information call 778-4242 or visit www.heritageparkzoo.org.

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05/03/14
Grand Canyon Railway #4960 Steam Engine Run

It's time to get fired up! The Grand Canyon Railway celebrates the history of vintage rail travel with steam-powered excursions to the Grand Canyon. You too can ride all the way to the canyon and back behind 90-year-old Locomotive #4960. Steam Saturdays will take place in 2014 on the first Saturday of the month, April through September. Don't miss Steam Saturday with Grand Canyon Railway on May 3rd!

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05/03/14
Lavender Herb Farm Monthly Tea Party

Fashioned after a traditional English Tea Party with lady finger sandwiches,scones, and orange pekoe tea. Tea is held on the first Saturday of the month,open from 11AM-3PM.,at which a light lunch will be served. Reserved seating is at: 11AM,12Noon,1PM,&2PM High Tea on every third Saturday @ 2PM

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05/03/14
Prescott Historical Home Tour

The Prescott Downtown Partnership, along with the City of Prescott Historic Preservation Office and a local group of committed volunteers and sponsors is hosting a historic home tour to highlight Prescott's historic past and rich heritage.
Tour covers S.Mount Vernon Ave., S. Pleasant St. and Union St.
Cost is $15.00 with ticket booth located at Kelly Law Firm building @ 425 E.Gurley Street beginning at 9:30AM

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05/03/14
Prescott Gateway Mall PEPPER FEST

Gateway Mall is bringing the heat for a hot cause! Gateway Mall is providing all supplies and cash prizes- All entry and tasting proceeds will benefit Prescott Fire Fighter's Charities! Join us on May 3rd for our 2014 Pepper Fest, including a Chili Cook-Off and tasting, Salsa Showdown and tasting & Jalapeno Eating Contest! We're giving away $800 cash in total prizes! Enjoy LIVE MUSIC, Macayo's food and drink specials and FREE children's entertainment including face painting and a balloon artist! CHILI COOK-OFF: Entry: - $15 donation to Prescott Fire Fighters' Charities BY APRIL 15th - $20 donation to Prescott Fire Fighters' Charities from April 16th- April 30th PRIZES: - 1st Place: $200 cash prize and trophy - 2nd Place: $100 cash prize - 3rd Place: $50 cash prize SALSA SHOWDOWN: Entry: - $15 donation to Prescott Fire Fighters' Charities BY APRIL 15th - $20 donation to Prescott Fire Fighters' Charities from April 16th - April 30th PRIZES: - 1st Place: $200 cash prize and trophy - 2nd Place: $100 cash prize - 3rd Place: $50 cash prize JALAPENO EATING CONTEST: Entry: $10 donation to Prescott Fire Fighters' Charities Prize: $100 cash grand prize TASTING: CHILI COOK-OFF & SALSA SHOWDOWN $1 donation to taste and judge *per cook-off Tasters will get to sample each entry and vote for the winners! For more information and entry packets, please visit our website.

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05/03/14
Cinco de Mayo Fiesta

The Prescott-Caborca Sister City committee is proud to announce the first annual Cinco de Mayo Fiesta. A celebration of Cinco de Mayo featuring authentic Mexican entertainment, children’s activities, food and drink vendors (beers, Margaritas) in a fiesta atmosphere. The Prescott Cinco de Mayo Fiesta is designed as a family event. Cinco de Mayo fiestas in the Southwest celebrate Mexican Heritage and pride. Entertainment includes authentic Mariachi music and Folkloric dancers. There will be bouncing castles for kids and in the late afternoon we will have the band Road One South from 6:00-8:00PM. The Prescott-Caborca Sister City Committee is sponsoring this event (see our website at http://www.prescott-caborca.net/ or our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/PrescottCincodeMayoFiesta ). • Prescott's Best Street Taco – Taco Tasting Competition: 12 noon – 4:00PM • Prescott Best Margarita contest 4:00PM – 5:00PM Entertainment Lineup • Mexico Lindos Folkloric Dancers • Real Jalisco Mariachi Band • Road One South – 6:00-8:00PM on the main stage

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05/03/14
3rd Annual Yavapai College Plant-a-Vine Event

Yavapai College celebrates its third year planting grape vines in the student-run vineyard on the Verde Valley Campus in Clarkdale on Saturday, May 3, beginning at 8:00 a.m. The public is welcome to join in this day of community service and fun. Volunteers are asked to register for a desired block of time by April 28 at www.yc.edu/plantavine. Please arrive 10 minutes before your shift begins. Participants are encouraged to dress for planting, wear sunscreen and bring gloves and water bottles. Water refills and snacks will be provided.

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05/03/14
Scholastic Warehouse Book Sale

The NAEYC Future Teacher's Club is hosting a Scholastic Warehouse Book Sale to raise funds for that organization's annual Dr. Seuss Birthday Bash event, support student conference participation, and to promote professional development for Yavapai College students. Everything at the sale will be at least 50% off and up to 80% off, and books/items for all ages/interests will be available. In the YC Library Community Room (Bldg. 19, Rm. 147).

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05/03/14
"It Takes A Village"

Natalie Krol presents "It Takes A Village" sponsored by American Legion Post 108 Proceeds to benefit The Hungry Kids Project at PUSD,HUSD and CVUSD. Tickets:$100 and are tax deductable

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05/03/14
 -05/04/14
Native Plant Sale & Outdoor Art Festival

Highlands Center for Natural History's Annual Native Plant Sale and Outdoor Art Festival.
Local Garden Art Offered Along with Exceptional Selection of Regionally Native Plants Many Especially Chyosen to Attract Butterflies.
Native Plant Sale is Saturday May 3rd from 8:30AM-2PM. Members Preview sale is 8AM-8:30AM

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05/04/14
Gainey Ranch Golf Event with Arizona Stronghold

Enjoy 9 holes at one of Scottsdale's premier private clubs and the release of Arizona Stronghold's first box sets! 12:00-12:15 Reception 12:15-2:30 Event and lunch 2:30-3 Warm-up 3pm Golf (9 holes)

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05/04/14
Meet Author Jennifer Pharr Davis

Jennifer Pharr Davis will talk about her new book, Called Again: A Story of Love and Triumph, She will also discuss her record-breaking trek across the Appalachian Mountains. Davis has hiked over 12,000 miles of long distance trails and has trekked on six different continents. In 2011, she became the first woman to claim the endurance record on the Appalachian Trail, hiking 2,181 miles in 46 days, 11 hours, and 20 minutes for an astounding average of nearly 47 miles per day. She has authored five books, including three North Carolina guidebooks and two Appalachian Trail memoirs, Becoming Odyssa and Called Again. There will be time after the presentation for questions and autographs.

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05/06/14
Lean Business Start-Up

Yavapai College's SBDC will present this free workshop at the Prescott BAC. Do you have a serious business concept that you are ready to turn into a reality or just started a business? We provide the tools and resources to help serious future business owners launch or re-launch a small business in Arizona. Topics will include business concept evaluation, market research, marketing, start-up costs, cash management, cash flow analysis, and sources of capital. Legal topics affecting business will be outlined and include legal structures, licensing and permits, taxes, and intellectual property. This three-hour seminar will help you address the challenges that Arizona entrepreneurs face and is taught be a real expert who is available to answer your questions.

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05/06/14
Open Awareness Films

FREE showing of educational documentary film: "America the Beautiful" on new concepts of beauty promoted by commercial industry, the cosmetics & diet industry, the harmful affect it has on youth & women, and the unhealthy affect it is having on American culture.

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05/06/14
"Ask The Nurse"

Bette Borste, RN from Nurses Network will be on hand to answer your questions.

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05/06/14
Greater Prescott Trails Planning Public Mtg #3

This is an important and exciting opportunity for the public to continue to work with local land managers to develop and implement trails in the Prescott Area.

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05/06/14
The Salvation Army Kidz 2 Camp Golf Tournament

The Salvation Army 14th Annual Kidz 2 Camp Golf Tournament Three Flight Format. Four Person Scramble, open to players of all levels. Proceeds help send 100 low income children from the quad-cities area to summer camp for a week.

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05/07/14
PAYP Educational Breakfast

Prescott Young Professionals present Educational Breakfast with speaker Robin Burke,Stepping Stones CEO. The topic will be "Not-For-Profit Mission-Based Social Enterprises: Developing Economic Sustainability"
RSVP..$10 PAYP Members
            $15 Non-Members

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05/07/14
Universal Design with Christie Board

Christie Board, of Prescott's Board by Board, will talk about how Universal Design can improve your quality of life. As we get older, our housing needs change. Learn how to design or remodel your home to make it easier and more comfortable to live there longer. Simple things like grab bars are not the whole story. Christie will show photos of design ideas that go beyond grab bars to make your lives better. For more information, check out their webpage, www.boardbyboard.com.

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05/08/14
Social Security: Strategize to Maximize

Did you know that there are hundreds of options associated with your Social Security retirement benefits? Join us on May 8, 2014, 7:00 p.m. at La Quinta Inn & Suites for a free presentation to explore how to sort through the choices. Help ensure the decisions you make are ones you can live with—for the rest of your life. Contact Eva Janckila by May 1, 2014 at (928)227-2700 or Eva.Janckila@Thrivent.com to RSVP. No products will be sold at this event. Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards Inc. owns the certification marks CFP® and CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ in the U.S. Thrivent Financial for Lutherans and its respective associates and employees have general knowledge of the Social Security tenets; however, they do not have the professional expertise for a complete discussion of the details of your specific situation. For additional information, contact your local Social Security Administration office. For additional important disclosure information, please visit Thrivent.com/disclosures.

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05/08/14
Prescott Opry

As we begin our THIRD YEAR of performances at the beautifully restored Elks Theater, Nashville recording artist and Prescott Opry Emcee Ed Gary has a terrific show planned for your enjoyment! There will be guest performances that will take you back to the good old days when you knew all the words to each song, the kind of humor that will tickle your funny bone and a chance to hear not one, but TWO, young performers that are sure to be a hit on the music scene in years to come. You’ll be able to say you saw them at the PRESCOTT OPRY when they make it BIG! DAN MCCORISON Former MCA Records recording artist, Dan McCorison, got his first guitar at the age of fourteen and cut his teeth on folk music. One invitation to sit in on some Nashville recording sessions and he was hooked on Country music. Dan’s first band, the Dusters toured the western states and Canada and opened for Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, Flatt and Scruggs and Linda Ronstadt just to name a few. Reminiscent of Gene Watson and Don Williams, Dan's rendition of Sea of Heartbreak and Waltz Across Texas will delight you. PRESTON HILL Preston Hill, Actor and Comedian, will be with us to surprise and delight our audience. In these days when "Family Friendly" humor is the exception, not the rule, the Opry is proud to welcome a humorist whose act can be enjoyed by everyone from 10 to 100. MISS MINNIE Miss Minnie, with her "Aww shucks!" sense of humor also makes a brief return appearance to our stage. So, plan on a rollicking good time at this month's performance! TIMOTHY & BIX Local young artists "Timothy and Bix" have been friends since childhood, but only recently began performing together. They share a love of music that spans a myriad of musical styles. Some of their influences are Kenny Rogers, Mumford & Sons and Bob Dylan. Both young men are highly skilled on fiddle, guitar, keyboard and mandolin. They also possess amazing vocal harmonies that remind one of a young Phil & Don Everly. Come catch their act before they're off to college! BRUSH ARBOR REVIVAL Their humorous interplay, their amazing instrumental prowess and their incomparable renditions of classic Bluegrass Gospel make our resident Gospel group some of the best entertainment that Arizona has to offer. You never know what John & Larry are up to next, what shenanigans Peggy must corral, or what sweet vocals Anita has planned for your enjoyment.

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05/09/14
Chuck Sheppard Memorial Roping

Family friendly community fund raiser presented in conjunction with the Yavapai County Mounted Sheriff's Posse. ALL proceeds tax deductible & provide scholarships for local students. Sponsored by York Dodge Chrysler Jeep & RAM Rodeo. Co-Sponsored by Bill & Merry Nebeker ,92.9 KAFF Country Radio & Fred Nackard Distributors. This is a great event for everyone & donations are tax deductible!

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05/09/14
 -05/11/14
60th Annual YC Mounted Sheriff's Posse May Roping

The Yavapai County Mounted Sheriff's Posse will hold their 60th May Roping to raise funds for local student scholarships. A 501 3.c. organization, the YCMSP has raised more than $500,000 for scholarships! Come to the Rodeo Grounds & watch great roping!

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05/09/14
Timeless Meditations,Mandalas & Patterns in Nature

Gallery Exhibit Opening Reception,May 9, 5-7pm Refreshments, Free     Recognition of patterns and shapes can profoundly affect how we see ourselves in relation to each other and the world in which we live, to embrace ideas that unite us, not divide us. The Sanskrit word “Mandala” refers to a circle, which can be a focal point for meditation, a portal to dreams, a prayer for healing, or simply a beautiful decoration. Our artists use image, color and movement to create unique contemporary mandala. 

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05/09/14
Teen Challenge Spring Banquet

Prescott Valley Spring Banquet May 9, 2014 at 6:30 pm LifePointe Church 10100 E. State Route 69 Prescott Valley, AZ Dinner, Testimonies, Teen Challenge of Arizona Choir Tickets $28, Table of 8 - $224 For More Information: 623-465-7810

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05/09/14
"Ghosts of the American Road" Concert

In celebration of Prescott's sesquicentennial celebration, listen to heartfelt music and stories by this great duo: Ghosts of the American Road, on Friday, May 9 at 3 p.m. in the Founders Suite. Playing Americana and contemporary folk music, they are a nationally touring husband-and-wife duo who have performed in venues across the U.S. and Canada, in the style of the band Civil Wars. Kevin Higgins' beautiful lyrics and melodies are influenced by some of the great American songwriters of our time, (Jimmy Webb, Carole King, Paul Simon, Jackson Browne, Bruce Springsteen). Based in Hondo, Texas, and with seven Texas Music Awards between them; three awards for "Song of the Year", two awards for "Female Vocalist" and one award for "Duo of the Year", it is indeed true that "Seeing is believing..." For more information on this duo, see their website at www.ghostsoftheamericanroad.com. Presented with funding from the Friends of the Prescott Public Library.

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05/10/14
 -05/11/14
Mtn. Artist Guild Fine Arts & Crafts Show & Wine Festival

Enjoy a beautiful spring day under the American Elm trees at Historic Yavapai County Courthouse Plaza and a Wine Festival Too!

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05/10/14
Breakfast with the Mt. Lion

Join Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary, Saturday, May 11, 2013 from 9:00am to 10:30am and have “Breakfast with Jade the Mountain Lion”. Enjoy a continental breakfast, learn about the mountain lion, view artifacts, and do a craft all while our mountain lion is being fed. The cost is $15 for HPZS member adults and $20 for non-member adults, $5 for member children and $7 for non-member children. Reservations are required. Limited seats are available. For registration and more information, visit the HPZS gift shop for a brochure or call (928) 778-4242.

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05/10/14
 -05/11/14
PRESCOTT HIGHLAND GAMES

Please join us for our 10th annual Prescott Highland Games at Watson Lake Park. A great family event with something for everyone! We have top entertainment bands, athletic events, dance competition, bag pipe competition, sheep herding dog demonstrations, merchandise and food vendors, beer and whiskey, children's glen, massed pipe bands...and so much more! Come and enjoy one of Prescott's most beautiful locations! Please visit our website for additional information - prescotthighlandgames.com. We look forward to seeing you there!

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05/10/14
 -10/25/14
Prescott Farmers Market 2014

The 2014 Farmers Market runs Saturdays May 10th-October 25th!
Fresh Quality Produce From Local Farmers! 

**Chino Valley Market / Thursdays, June 5th-October 16th, 3PM-6PM
@ Walgreens, 1020 Arizona 89, Chino Valley,AZ

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05/10/14
17th Annual Rod & Custom Car Show

Mountain Top Street Rodders sponsor The 17th Annual Rod & Custom Car Show @ Mile High Middle School Football Field
$2.00 entry fee per person
This event supports Prescott Mile High Middle School Special Programs.

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05/10/14
A Mother's Day Celebration with The Gurley Girls

Prescott Area Shelter Services Invites you to A Mother's Day Celebration with The Gurley Girls.
In Support of the Prescott Area Women's Shelter (PAWS)
What better way to celebrate Mother's Day !
Cost is $15,Moms $10,Youth $5, Family $25
Tickets at 928-778-5933 or www.prescottshelters.org

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05/10/14
 -05/11/14
10th Annual Mother's Day Wine and Art Festival

10th Annual Mother’s Day Wine and Art Festival at Granite Creek Vineyards Saturday May 10th and Sunday May 11th 11:00-5:00 This year, celebrate with Mom at Granite Creek Vineyards for our 10th Annual Mother’s Day Wine and Art Festival featuring Award Winning Wines including a special New Release, Talented Local Artists, Great Live Music and a Delicious Lunch Menu available for purchase from Block Six Catering. $10 Adult Admission ($7 Case Club) includes wine tasting, souvenir wine glass, art fair, and live music Live Music 12pm-4pm May 10th- Filabusta, Great blend of Rock and Roll and Blues, an amazing show! May 11th –Road One South, “Rare Blues Well Done”, not to be missed! Please call (928) 636-2003 or email info@granitecreekvineyards.com for more information

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05/10/14
Walk for Life

Join the Community Pregnancy Center for a 2 mile walk around downtown Prescott. You will walk by the CPC Center and tour the inside. Along the way you'll learn more about CPC and how to build a culture that affirms life. The walk begins and ends at First Baptist Church, 148 S. Marina St. Prescott, AZ at 9am and ends with a Free hotdog/hamburger lunch for all participants. There will also be plenty of activities for the kids including; Inflatable jumpers, balloons and face painting. To participate in the Walk or sponsor someone else, check out our website: http://cpcprescott.org or call Alyson at 928 778-7654.

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05/10/14
"Charity on Whiskey Row" - Legend of 'Baby Bell'

The legend of "Chance Cobweb Hall" and the true story of Violet "Baby Bell" Hicks is perhaps Arizona's most famous saloon story, occurring in 1898 on Prescott's Whiskey Row. For 70-plus years, the romantic legend was referred to as the "Chance Cobweb Hall" saga - about a baby girl bestowed the name "Baby Bell" after being deposited on a saloon counter late one winter's night. Brad Courtney discusses new evidence surrounding the fascinating and "true" story of Violet "Baby Bell" Hicks, and takes us through a more-tragic-than-magic account that revises this folklore with historical truths. The presentation begins at 2 pm in the Theater of Sharlot Hall Museum (inside the Lawler Exhibit Building), 415 W. Gurley Street, Prescott. Admission to the Theater presentation is FREE; admission fee to the Museum may apply for those wanting to visit the rest of the four-acre campus either before or after the one-hour presentation.

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05/10/14
Discovery Dash Prescott

Think you know Prescott?.....Bet you don't! You and your teammate will use any means to solve 12 clues that will direct you to checkpoints throughout the City of Prescott. Once you get there, you will have a challenge to complete, it could be mental, physical, or just plain fun! Teams will travel on foot approximately 5-6 miles and it will take from 2-4 hours to complete. Teams can not use any form of transportation other than their own two feet on the ground.

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05/10/14
 -10/11/14
2nd Satrudays Lectures at the Smoki

2nd Saturdays Lectures at the Smoki Museum _May 10 - Jay Van Orden – Geronimo and the Apache Surrender Jay worked for the Arizona Historical Society for 33 years and was their director of Field Services. He worked with the Apaches and had the privilege of interviewing five of the 13 living ex-prisoners of war. In this presentation, audiences will be able to view photos of the 1886 meeting of Geronimo and Gen’l George Crook in Sonora, Mexico to discuss the terms of surrender. These are the only known photos ever taken of American Indians “At War” and as “Enemy-in-the-Field.” _June 14 – Carolyn O’Bagy Davis – Desert Trader A fourth generation descendant of Utah Pioneer is an award winning author. Her book Hopi Summer won the OneBookArizona for 2011. The topic is about a woman, Goldie Tracy Richmond, who came to the Southwest in 1927. She operated a trading post and lived among the Tonoho O’odham people for four decades learning the language and becoming a friend to the People. She also made magnificent quilts with images of desert landscape and Indian life; one was named on the 100 most significant of the 20th century. _August – Greg McNamee – Native in a Strange Land Greg is a writer, photographer and publisher. He is the author of thirty-six books. This topic is about Mike Burns who was born in the Kwevkepaya (Yavapai) Tribe and taken captive by US soldiers. He lived for years as something between ad captive and a servant. Mike then joined the Indian Scouts and ride in several noted Indian wars including those of Sitting Bull and Geronimo. _September 13 – Laura Tohe - The Navajo Code Talkers Laura is Dine of the Sleepy Rock Clan. She holds a PHD in Indigenous American Literature. Laura is an award winning poet and author. This presentation will give you an idea of the Code Talker’s cultural background, how the code was devised and used, photos, and how Navajo spiritual beliefs were used to treat post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). _October 11 – Chip Thomas James “Chip” Thomas was a native of North Carolina. In 1987 he moved to the Navajo Nation to work for Indian Health Services as a physician. He lived and worked there until just this year. While living at Navajo, Chip studied photography and then developed the images in a homemade darkroom. Many of his black and white images he turned into huge murals on the sides of buildings and billboards all over the Navajo Nation. Chip joins us to speak about his life and work among the Navajo People.

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05/10/14
A Night with Epiphyte Studio at Arizona Stronghold

Join Dani Vorves and Mark Lucas from Epiphyte Studio & Gallery along with music by local artist Jason Kevin at the Stronghold Tasting Room on Saturday, May 10th from 6-9pm.

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05/11/14
Phoenix Symphony Orchestra Concert

Phoenix Symphony Orchestra with conductor James Judd and Van Cliburn winner Sean Chen pianist will be performing Grieg's Piano Concerto in A minor, Britte's Four Sea Interludes from Peter Grimes, and Mozart's Jupiter Symphony

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05/11/14
Esteban featuring Teresa Joy

“Estaban featuring Teresa Joy ~ Mother’s Day Concert” Sunday, May 11th @ 3:00pm $25/$49 Esteban returns to the Elks in a heartfelt and intimate Mother's Day concert! Accompanied by his daughter, violinist Teresa Joy, the talented duo will perform the greatest love songs of all time in a show that honors that most important person in our lives: Mom. ** Meet and greet to follow concert. Each mother will receive a complimentary flower.

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05/12/14
Free Skin Cancer Screening

May is Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month. As a member of the American Academy of Dermatology and the American Osteopathic College of Dermatology Dr. Conte is having a FREE skin cancer screening for the general public.

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05/14/14
Women In Business Luncheon

Network with fellow Prescott Chamber members at our Women in Business quarterly luncheon. Special Speaker: Jodi Padgett, Taylor & Padgett Wealth & Legacy Strategies Members cost is $20 / Non-Member $30 Please RSVP

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05/14/14
Healthy Happy Hour - A Taste of Boot Camp

Free Healthy Happy Hour sponsored by Health Hub Network and hosted by Sgt. Steve Rosen of Prescott Adventure Boot Camp for Women Have a fun workout with Sgt. Steve followed by refreshments.

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05/14/14
Zoo by Moonlight

It’s a full moon at the zoo, join us for a howling good time….bring your flash light or buy one at the Gift Shop for Zoo by Moonlight at Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary! Zoo by Moonlight is held on every full moon from May through September from 8pm-9:30pm. It’s a great time to see the Sanctuary’s nocturnal residents out and about. Special admission prices: HPZS Members $3, non-members $5, children under 3 are FREE. 2014 Zoo by Moonlight Dates: May 14 June 13 July 12 August 10 September 9 For more information call 778-4242 or visit us online www.heritageparkzoo.org. Zoo by Moonlight is sponsored by Tim’s Toyota Center.

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05/14/14
Game On!

Video games on the big screen, snacks and fun with friends. For teens, grades 6-12. Presented with funding from the Friends of the Prescott Public Library. Call 928.777.1537 for more information.

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05/15/14
Evening Mixer / Highlands Ctr,Painted Lady Vineyards,Taylor& Padgett

Network with fellow Chamber members. Great way to get your business out in the spotlight. Bring your business cards and brochures to pass out. This mixer is hosted by Highlands Center,Painted Lady Vineyards and Taylor & Padgett Financial Group.

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05/15/14
Star Talks (Third Thursday)

Is there Life in the Universe? with Klaus Brauch, Coconino Astronomy Club. Few questions have intrigued us more than "Are we alone in the Universe?" To answer that in a scientifically meaningful way, we must understand how life arose on Earth and whether other planets might also harbor life. Most important is the question of whether there are other, technologically advanced life forms in the cosmos. With the discovery that our galaxy is teeming with exoplanets, we are for the first time in history in a position to get real answers to those and related questions. Let's tackle the big questions that modern cosmology and astrophysics raise. Join the Prescott Astronomy Club for talks on hot topics in astronomy and space science at 6:30 p.m. in the Founders Suite. For more information on the Astronomy Club, contact Pat Birck at 778-6324.

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05/15/14
Forensic Science

Let out your inner scientist! Learn some forensic science techniques and solve a tasty mystery using your new knowledge. For children, ages 7-12. Register online, at the Youth Desk or call 928.777.1537. Presented with funding from the Friends of the Prescott Public Library.

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05/15/14
Paying for Long Term Care

A member of the Phoenix Chapter of the Society for Financial Awareness will present a workshop on paying for long term care. This is an unbiased review of the primary resources to fund long term care including, but not limited to, Medicare/Medicaid, VA Aid & Attendance, life insurance, traditional LTC insurance, and annuities. SOFA is a nationwide 501(c)3 nonprofit Educational Speakers Bureau. Their mission is to end financial illiteracy across America, one community at a time. As a Public Benefit Corporation, they are comprised of various financial professionals who volunteer a Pro Bono service to the community by providing various financial topics to companies, churches, and organizations in their geographic locale. For more information about the Society for Financial Awareness, check out their webpage: www.SOFAusa.org or call Scott Sandell at 800.345.3155.

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05/17/14
Kaleidoscope of Color Festival of Iris

Kaleidoscope of Color 2014, Prescott’s Festival of Iris Saturday, May 17, 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Location: Mortimer’s Nursery, 3166 Willow Creek Road, Prescott, Arizona. Prescott Area Iris Society (PAIS), contacts: Judy (928) 776-7217 or Dennis (623) 980-6627, website http://prescottirissociety.org , Email: president@prescottirissociety.org. PAIS presents its 15th annual Iris Exhibit and Sale. Free event open to public, features an amazing variety of iris in all the colors of the rainbow. Vote for your favorite iris. Stunning displays of blooms and arrangements. Planting and care demonstrations. Hundreds of potted Iris for sale. Local gardeners, who wish to participate in horticultural, or artistic design categories may pick up the rules form at Mortimer Nursery, or go to our web site http://prescottirissociety.org and print the form. Visit the Yavapai College Sculpture Garden, 1100 E. Sheldon Street, Prescott, to see more irises in bloom.

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05/17/14
Skull Valley 10K & 2 Mile Run

Proceeds to benefit Skull Valley Volunteer Fire Department.
10K 7AM at Tonto Road and Woolsey Wash,by bridge
2 Mile 7:15AM at the Skull Valley Firehouse
Free pancake breakfas at finish line for participants.
Awards begin at 9AM 

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05/17/14
Prescott Valley 1st Annual Classic Car Show

Classic Car show, trophies, food fun for all. Kid's clinic , music ,free drawings. This will be a annual event.

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05/17/14
Ft. Whipple Sesquicentennial 1864-2014

Join in celebrating the Sesquicentennial re-settlement of historic Fort Whipple to the banks of Granite Creek in Prescott. Enjoy a piece of birthday cake as Fort Whipple Museum “Living History” interpreters and docents share the circumstances, history, and events leading up to the relocation in 1864, whereby the fort became the social and military center for Prescott, helping to establish the new town as the Territorial Capital of Arizona. Festivities begin at 2 pm at the former officer’s barracks on the grounds of the Bob Stump Northern Arizona Veterans Affairs Medical Center, off Hwy. 89. Admission is FREE… and the cake, too!

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05/17/14
Celebrate Life Expo

Celebrate Life Health Expo attendees will have nearly 60 exhibits to explore. These will feature interactive demonstrations, health screenings and informative displays. There will also be several guest speakers covering a wide range of health related topics for the entire family.

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05/17/14
1st Ever Spring Fling Dance

Saturday, May 17, 2014 - 7 to 10 pm. Come enjoy music from the 50's, 60's, even 70's! Cash bar, door prizes, light appetizers and a 50/50 raffle. Hosted by Bo Woods, Fun Oldies' morning DJ. DJ for the evening is Chris Hussey, The Flooring Shack.

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05/17/14
Mile High Comedy Theater

“Mile High Comedy Theater” Saturday, May 17th @ 7:00pm $10 Don't miss out on the premier performance of Mile High Comedy Theater on Saturday, May 17th 7:00 PM at The Elks Theater in Prescott. Mile High Comedy Theater presents an evening of comedic entertainment never before performed in Prescott. Think of a cross between the improvisational comedy show, “Whose Line is it Anyway?” mixed with the sketch comedy of “Saturday Night Live” and rounded out with professional stand-up comics, and you've got Mile High Comedy Theater. You'll not only see the show, but may become a part of it! Using suggestions from the audience, the Mile High Comedy Theater troupe spontaneously creates scenes and funny scenarios that will keep you laughing throughout the entire performance. The cast is filled with local and hilarious talent: Michael James, Andrew Johnson-Schmit, Angie Johnson-Schmit, Dedrick Kline, Brent Nielsen, Annie O'Connor, Cisco Ortiz, Jantina Russell and Jennifer Tobin. Stand-up comic acts include the show's director, Cynthia Sobo and the funny and talented Kevin Rose, local radio station 99.1's own afternoon DJ. Our goal at Mile High Comedy Theater is to create smart, satirical, and hilarious comedy. We do not strive to do “blue” or offensive material However, due to the spontaneous nature of improvisation and the creative expression of some stand-up comedy performers, some material and language may be inappropriate for young audiences. Therefore, no one under the age of 18 is allowed to attend these performances.

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05/17/14
 -05/18/14
Arizona Junior Rodeo Association State Finals

The youth of the Arizona Junior Rodeo Association (AJRA) are coming to town to compete for coveted year-end titles. Youth ages 4-18 will compete in rodeo events like barrel racing, calf roping, goat tying, team roping, calf riding, bull riding and more. Come cheer them on! $5 admission. BBQ dinner available with contestants folowing rodeo, $10/plate.

Come on by to watch competitions for free Sunday, May 18th 8AM-2PM

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05/18/14
What's New in Elder Care!

Meet local author Cynthia Loucks, an instructor at Yavapai College in the Department of Psychology. She has written an award-winning and critically acclaimed non-fiction book: But This Is My Mother! The Plight of Our Elders in American Nursing Homes (2000) published by Vanderwyk & Burnham. Her book received two 2001 A Book of the Year awards from the American Journal of Nursing in Consumer Health (first place) and Public Interest (honorable mention). Loucks says, "Although nursing homes in many parts of the country are undergoing positive changes that improve the life of their residents, they are still a long way from being places that most of us would want to wind up, and yet statistically many of us can still expect to end our days in these facilities." She will talk about her experiences in the search for quality care for her elderly mother. There will be time for questions and autographs at the end of the presentation.

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05/19/14
Blood Drive

Please join Alta Vista Senior Living Community as we partner with United Blood Services for a Blood Drive! "Find The Hero In You"! It only takes 40 minutes from start to finish!This is a great way to give back and help save lives! Thank you for your dedication in building the Arizona Blood Supply! You can set an appointment by calling Shannon at 928-772-6000!

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05/19/14
Kings of Country / Dinner Show

World class tribute artist, Chuck Brown, performs an amazing quality show that honors the Kings of Country Music: Hank Williams, Merle Haggard, George Jones, Eddie Arnold, Charlie Pride, Conway Twitty, Johnny Cash... and many more. As a fan and enthusiast of TRUE country music, Chuck Brown honors these legends with respect and class. Supported again by Sky Daddy and his country band "Lonesome Valley", this event is an extra special treat.

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05/20/14
Introduction to Business Plan Writing

Yavapai College's SBDC will present this free workshop at the Prescott BAC. Topics include organizational and market objectives, market analysis, competitive comparison, how to prepare a SWOT analysis for both your business and the competition, business environment, customer profile, operational infrastructure, business legal structures, personnel, and intellectual property issues. The workshop will also cover the essential elements of business finance including start-up cost projection, cash flow projections, profit and loss statements, and balance sheets.

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05/21/14
FREE Medicare Counseling

By appointment ONLY, Medicare counseling one on one. Questions on billing or any help you may need with your Medicare and/or supplement.

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05/21/14
Territorial Talent: Harpsichord Music and Facts

Prescott Public Library continues our new music series, “Territorial Talent,” with Tom Flowers, a professional piano tuner. Tom will perform various eras of music on his handcrafted harpsichord as well as demonstrate the inner workings of this unique instrument. It's fun and educational! The Territorial Talent series will showcase local musical talent in a family-friendly setting every third Wednesday at 5 p.m. Presented with funding from the Friends of the Prescott Public Library. For more information on this series, contact the Ask a Librarian Desk at 928.777.1526.

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05/22/14
Tool Box Thursday-Tips and Techniques for Business

NACOG’s Prescott Business Assistance Center in partnership with Custom Training Solutions AZ invite you to Tool Box Thursday’s The 4th Thursday of each month. May 22nd, 4:30-6:00 will be the next session of Tips and Techniques for a Successful Business. You’ve asked for it and we’re delivering. Speak with Community Professionals who support new business start ups Network with other entrepreneurs and small business owners. Identify resources to assist you with your marketing efforts. Bring up to 2 copy paper boxes of shredding and get FREE shredding courtesy of A-1 Shredding. Help us to Help you succeed. Light Refreshments will be served Please reserve your space now by calling the Prescott BAC -928-778-1422.

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05/22/14
Prescott Audubon Presents: The Dragonfly Whisperer

Prof. James Walker's day job is physics, but his passion is dragonflies. Join us for a fun and engaging evening that will change the way you see those lovely dragonflies that hover and zoom through our summers. If in doubt, just Google the Dragonfly Whisperer.

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05/22/14
 -06/24/14
2014 Native American Art Show

In the main gallery ‘Tis 2014 Native American Art Show May 22 – June 24, 2014 Native American Artist Demos Saturday and Sunday May 24th and 25th 10 – 5 Opening Reception Friday May 23rd 5 -8 p.m. (in conjunction with Prescott’s 4th Friday Art Walk)

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05/23/14
Prescott's 4th Friday Art Walk

Prescott’s 4th Friday Art Walk Beginning at 5 p.m. On the 4th Friday of each month over 18 participating Prescott galleries keep their doors open to visitors and local alike for a night of fun, food, music and ART! For event information go to www.artthe4th.com or visit on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/Prescotts-4th-Friday-Art-Walk/215381998534401

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05/23/14
4th Friday Art Walk at 'Tis

In the mezzanine gallery "Cheaper Than Psychotherapy" Deb Alberty, Brenda Diller and Susanne Straussner May 16 – June 14, 2014 In the main gallery ‘Tis 2014 Native American Art Show May 22 – June 24, 2014 Native American Artist Demos Saturday and Sunday May 24rd and 25th 10 – 5 Opening Reception for both shows Friday May 23rd 5 -8 p.m. (in conjunction with Prescott’s 4th Friday Art Walk)

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05/23/14
 -05/24/14
Bronzesmith Fine Art Foundry Annual Open House

Bronzesmith Fine Art Foundry and Gallery Annual Open House Friday, May 23rd 9:00-4:00 Saturday, May 24th 9:00-2:00 Foundry Tours We will have bronze pours on Friday only at 10:00 and 12:00. The Bronzesmith team will share their knowledge of the fascinating bronze casting process. Enjoy our gallery and outdoor sculpture garden. We feature Western, traditional and contemporary bronze sculpture and represent over forty of today’s leading artists. Hope to see you!!! 7331 E Second Street Prescott Valley, AZ 86314 928-772-2378 bronzesmith@cableone.net www.bronzesmith.com

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05/24/14
 -05/25/14
40th Annual Phippen Museum Western Art Show & Sale

Enjoy over 100 vendors at Phippen Museum's Western Art Show and Sale.

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05/24/14
The Power of Song: A Tribute to Pete Seeger

A special tribute to American music legend Pete Seeger. “The Power of Song” will celebrate the incredible legacy left behind by this great musician and activist. Lon Austin known as “Arizona’s Woody Guthrie” brings his Beaded Lizard Band up from the Valley to lead an evening of sing-a-longs and remembrances. The Improbable Quartet, Meg Bohrman, Tom and Christa Agostino and others will keep the audience singing along.

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05/24/14
Car Show & BBQ

Please join Alta Vista Senior Living Community as they have their annual Memorial Day Car Show and BBQ! Grab a bite to eat while enjoying the antique cars! It will be fun for the whole family!

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05/24/14
The Color Dash 5K Run

The Color Dash / Let the Colormove You!
Prevent Child Abuse Arizona presents this 5K Run Event.
Princ is $35 Team / $40 Individual / $85 for Family

Packet Pick-Up @ 8:30AM / Run starts @ 10:30AM

Register at www.thecolordash5k.com

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05/24/14
Gary Morris - Live!

“Gary Morris” Saturday, May 24th @ 7:30pm $25/$30 Listing the accolades and audiences who have raved about Gary Morris is a daunting task. He is at home on the Opry Stage, on Broadway, or in the back of a truck. His voice is the only instrument he needs to move your heart and soul. His voice was a familiar sound to soap opera fans of ‘Another World’ whose theme song he had sung for over a decade, to the Queen of England who asked to shake his hand, and to Olympic gold medalists who admire his skill. Every U.S. President since Jimmy Carter has requested a performance. After a self-imposed hiatus from music to focus on other ventures, Gary Morris returned to the road and to the studio, much to the delight of his fans. Amidst the 2011 tour, One Voice, One Night, One Guitar; Gary opened the CMA Music Fest singing the National Anthem before more than 65,000 at LP Field, and went on to perform at the annual festival. He toured New England and mid-America with Kenny Rogers; joined George Jones, Kris Kristofferson, and Rosanne Cash in a concert taped for a TV special honoring Johnny Cash; returned to the Grand Ole Opry to a standing ovation; recorded and released the Faith and Freedom CD; returned to the stage in the Broadway bound “Soul Doctor”; held Master Classes at colleges and universities; and retained an extensive production, songwriting, and coast to coast touring schedule. Beginning in the early 1980’s, Morris recorded for Warner Brothers, MCA/Universal and Liberty records, producing twelve albums which spawned sixteen Top 10 singles and five No. 1 hits, including Wind Beneath My Wings, The Love She Found in Me, Baby Bye Bye, 100% Chance Of Rain, and Leave Me Lonely. In 1984, Gary Morris’ original rendition of Wind Beneath My Wings won both the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music Song of the Year Awards. Never one to rest on his laurels, and at the height of his Nashville recording career, Morris boldly opted to play opposite Linda Ronstadt in a New York production of Puccini’s Opera, “La Bohème.” Many thought this transition foolhardy since a country singer of his stature had never before attempted the rigors of a live opera. His detractors were quickly silenced as his inspired and fearless performance took the Opera world by storm. With seemingly no ceiling on the talent he possessed, his appearance in “La Bohème” led to offers from Broadway where he accepted the daunting task of becoming the first American to play the heroic and challenging role of Jean Val Jean in “Les Misérables,” one of the longest running plays in Broadway history. He received resounding critical praise, including a “Best Actor” nomination from the highly respected Drama Desk, for a performance that would set the standard for this uniquely challenging role. Morris’ famous rendition of Bring Him Home can be found on the platinum-selling, Grammy Award winning cast album creating a new fan base outside the country music world; including Her Majesty, the Queen of England, who, upon meeting him, mentioned how happy she was to finally put a face to the music and asked to shake his hand. Morris could be seen in the powerful and moving Gary Morris and the Art of the Tretyakov, which aired on PBS affiliates around the country. Unlike any other concert special, Gary Morris and the Art of the Tretyakov allowed audiences intimate access to a world of paintings housed in the famed Tretyakov museum in Moscow that have rarely, if ever, been seen in the western hemisphere. As the first musician to ever perform live in this venerable museum that houses over 100,000 Russian masterpieces, Morris seamlessly weaves hauntingly beautiful music (both original and “signature” pieces) with images of classic Russian paintings. This unique and electrifying documentary is a historical homage to the struggles and conquests of a proud and passionate society. As a producer, Gary quickly established himself by exploring the same types of diversity he enjoys as a performer. One of the most poignant moments of his career came when Olympic Gold Medalist and figure skater, Scott Hamilton, asked Gary to produce a song for his CBS televised comeback special, marking his return to the ice after a battle with cancer. There weren't many dry eyes when Hamilton took the ice to Gary's masterful rendition of the ballad With One More Look At You. Having been asked for years to record some inspirational music and old-time hymns; Gary released “I Believe,” “Bring Him Home & Other Prayers,” and “Hymns.” The patriotic favorites that he has performed at the NBA playoffs, the Masters Golf tournament, US Presidential inaugurations, US Military Bases around the world, and in his native Texas at Cowboys Stadium for the Dallas Cowboys can be found on the Faith and Freedom CD. For more information on Gary Morris, please visit his website, www.garymorris.com .

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05/24/14
 -05/26/14
26th Annual Off Street Festival Arts & Craft Show

Enjoy over 75 vendors at The Prescott Chamber's Off Street Festival to kick in Memorial Day weekend!

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05/25/14
Skye Hart, Organist

An avid musician with an equal love for solo performance and church music, Skye has been privileged to play and perform on notable instruments in the U.W., Europe and Mexico. He hold a DMA degree in organ performance from ASU, and Undergraduate degrees in music and French from Lyon College.

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05/25/14
Man In Black - Tribute to Johnny Cash

“Man In Black – Salute to Johnny Cash” Saturday, May 25th @ 7:00pm $22/$25 Lonely Street Productions is pleased to announce their return to the Elks Theatre with the hit show that started it all! Celebrate the life and music of Johnny Cash with this critically acclaimed concert production featuring the most popular songs from his nearly 50 year career. Starring national touring and recording artist Robert Shaw (from the Chicago and New York casts of Broadway's smash-hit musical "Million Dollar Quartet") and his Lonely Street Band playing your favorite Cash hits - from the early days of "Folsom Prison Blues" and "I Walk the Line" on through the decades, including "Ring of Fire", "A Boy Named Sue", and "Ghost Riders in the Sky." This concert brings to life the authentic Cash sound that's been described as "steady like a train, sharp like a razor." With first-rate costumes, world-class musicians, and top-notch production values, this is a must-see for anyone who's ever enjoyed the music of The Man In Black!

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05/26/14
Memorial Day Observance

Memorial Day observance in the historic Citizens Cemetery includes patriotic speeches by local officials and dignitaries; Color Guard - American Legion Post 6; Music by the Veterans Memorial Pipers Corp and Prescott Brass ensemble; Presentation of flags by the Camp Verde Cavalry and the Arizona Rough Riders; Volley and Echo Taps by American Legion Post 6. The historic Citizens Cemetery was founded in 1864 and contains the graves of more than 3,000 Yavapai County pioneers. Veterans of numerous wars, including the Civil War, are interred in the cemetery. On Memorial Day we honor all of the veterans of the United States, living and dead. This year the YCA is also honoring and acknowledging the Sesquicentennial of Citizens Cemetery, Ft. Whipple and the founding of Prescott.

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05/27/14
Meet "The Duke" Ermal Williamson as John Wayne

Did you know John Wayne’s birthday was May 26? In celebration of this great date, Prescott Public Library presents a talk with Ermal Williamson. Ermal, in character as John Wayne, will visit the library for a "Meet John Wayne" visit. He'll answer questions about Wayne's movies and share some of the interesting tidbits he knows. You can ask him almost any question you would ask John Wayne and he will stay in character and answer. Then at the end, you can ask him questions as Ermal Williamson about how it was to play John Wayne in the commercials. Williamson has been performing as the Duke for over 25 years, and has dedicated his career to keeping the Duke's image alive. Ermal received the 2003 IGCITA Best Male Impersonator of the Year Award in Las Vegas. For more information on Ermal Williamson, check out his webpage at www.ermal.com.

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05/30/14
Territorial Dinner - Sesquicentennial Celebration

Sharlot Hall Museum kicks off Prescott's Sesquicentennial Celebration with a formal reception and "Territorial Dinner" on the Museum grounds in front of the Territorial Governor's Mansion. The fundraising event includes: a catered dinner featuring authentic, historically inspired faire; re-enactment of the public meeting that established and named the pioneer town of Prescott (including a champagne "Territorial Toast"); appearances by such special guests as Arizona's first territorial leaders, "Governor Goodwin" and "Secretary McCormick"; entertainment by the Central Arizona Concert Band; commemorative Sesquicentennial wine and beer glasses, calendar and dinner program; plus "Living History" presentations throughout the Museum grounds by Sharlot Hall Museum volunteers and docents. The "Territorial Dinner" kicks off an entire weekend full of exciting family fun and entertainment at Sharlot Hall Museum.

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05/30/14
 -06/01/14
Prescott's Sesquicentennial (150th Birthday) Celebration

The City of Prescott will be celebrating our Sesquicentennial (150th Birthday!) The celebration will start with a formal ceremony and proclamation at 5PM on the Courthouse Plaza Friday followed by a 150' birthday cake and music.Sharlot Hall will host a formal reception and ball following the formal proclamation. Friday afternoon through Sunday there will be a western village celebrating the "Old West, "Wild West" and "New West with living history displays, attractions and food vendors at Mile High Middle School field. Live music and a beer garden will be on south side of Courthouse Plaza with family friendly rides and attractions. **More details to follow

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05/31/14
Prescott Doll Show & Sale

Prescott Doll Show & Sale "A Mid-summers Dream" at the Wyndham Garden Hotel with two beautiful well lit rooms and plenty of parking! We will have door prizes and a raffle benefiting a local charity. There will be doll dealers from Arizona and surrounding states.

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05/31/14
An Introduction to Sustainable Top Bar Beekeeping

An Introduction to Sustainable Top Bar Beekeeping Sustainable beekeeping is cosponsored by: Prescott College Environmental Studies Program, Honeybeeteacher.com and the Northern Arizona Organic Beekeepers Association. This summer, Dr. Patrick Pynes will be teaching a hands-on, how-to workshop about keeping honeybees in simple top bar hives. The workshop will consist of 4 five-hour classes held at Prescott College Jenner Farm in Skull Valley, AZ. Some topics covered will include fundamental principles and tools of sustainable beekeeping, honeybee ecology, relationships between honeybees and flowering plants, and how to support the health and well-being of honeybees.

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05/31/14
Roller Derby Double-Header

Roller Derby Double Header. First bout starts at 4pm, second at 6pm. Come and cheer for the Whiskey-Rowllers. All girl, flat track, roller derby. Family friendly. Bring a chair!

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05/31/14
Nashville Gold - The History of Country Music

“Nashville Gold ~ The History of Country Music” Saturday, May 31st @ 7:00pm $22/$25 The audience will be stompin' their boots and singing along as TAD MANAGEMENT presents their popular country show, NASHVILLE GOLD, featuring the music of the greatest country artists of all time. Each facet of country music is included, from everyone’s favorite kings and queens of country to musical outlaws, urban cowboys and honky-tonk heroes. You’ll hear all the hits and feel like you’ve got a front row seat at the Opry House or in the Country Music Hall of Fame. The one thing they had in common was to create unforgettable county music and you’ll hear it all in NASHVILLE GOLD. From the earliest days of what was referred to as ‘Hillbilly Music” thru the Grand Ole Opry, Singing Cowboys, Western Swing, Honky Tonk, The Nashville Sound, Outlaw Country, and Urban Cowboy, right up to today’s New Country, no era of good ol’ American music is left behind in this show. Featuring an amazing band and some of the most talented vocalists touring today, Nashville Gold will bring back all those great memories. Whether you’re a fan of The Man in Black or want to hear about the guy with Friends in Low Places, don’t miss NASHVILLE GOLD!

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06/01/14
Antiques on the Square

Over 50 dealers will offer a variety of antiques and collectibles. Event sponsored by the Thumb Butte Questers who donate 100% of their profits to local historic preservation projects.

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06/01/14
 -06/06/14
Seed School: Creating Regional Seed Solutions

Seed School was founded by Bill McDorman and Belle Starr and now counts among its graduates over 425 students from around the world. Bill and Belle are the recent former directors of Native Seeds/SEARCH and will now expand and enhance their Seed School trainings. Please bear with them as they create a new website presence at www.seedsave.org. Seed School is a groundbreaking, six-day educational course that trains people from all walks of life to build local seed systems rooted in the ancient tradition of seed saving. Practiced by farmers and gardeners for thousands of years, seed saving strengthens food security at the community level, empowering people to reclaim control over their food supply. Students walk away from this innovative learning experience with the knowledge and inspiration to start their own independent seed initiatives, such as community seed libraries and exchanges, seed growers cooperatives, heirloom seed businesses, and participatory plant breeding projects. Dates: Sun, June 1 – Fri, June 6 in Prescott, Arizona at Prescott College: Campus & Prescott College Jenner Farm. “Unique, innovative, and necessary! Seed School fills in a gaping hole in the sustainable agriculture landscape.” Toby Hemenway, Author of Gaia’s Garden

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06/02/14
 -06/07/14
Chaparral MusicFest Percussion Workshop

Day camp for children ages 8-12 led by Henry and Maria Flurry of Sticks and Tones. No musical experience necessary. Play drum set, world instruments, compose, perform with Sticks and Tones, and even lead a community drum circle!

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06/03/14
Open Awareness Films

FREE showing of educational documentary film: "WAR on Health" intensely documented film on US FDA program to undermine freedom of medical choice, natural healing, nutritional healing, & ability to freely take care of ones self world wide, including numerous interviews, testimonies, & documentation.

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06/03/14
 -07/31/14
Summer Youth Sculpture Classes

Working with fiber clay can be fun so imagine creating a finished piece of artwork. In keeping with summertime fun, you can choose to sculpt a dolphin, a shark, a starfish, sailboat, or whatever your creative heart desires. All materials are included, and you get to take home your finished sculptures! All skill levels are welcome. Ages 8 and up. Classes are taught by local artist and sculptor Connie Foss.

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06/03/14
 -09/06/14
Prescott's Summer Courthouse Plaza Entertainment

DOWNTOWN SUMMER CONCERT SERIES The Prescott Downtown Summer Concert Series provides free, live music and movie screenings on Prescott Courthouse Plaza, Tuesdays through Saturdays, June 3 through September 6. Besides the entertainment, there are several downtown merchants where you can get a bite to eat, something to satiate your thirst or an ice cream treat. So bring your comfortable folding chairs, blankets and dancing shoes and come on down and enjoy the FREE entertainment. You never know whom you will meet at the Courthouse Plaza, but they are all friendly! The general line-up for the 2014 entertainment is: •Tuesday – Jazz on the Square 6:30-8:30PM •Wednesday – Movie under the Stars (Dusk) 8PM Times may vary so check schedule. •Thursday – Prescott Karaoke Idol! •Thursday – Arizona Concert Band (every third Thursday) •Friday – Various bands 7-9PM Assortment of bands from rock and blues to country and more •Saturday – Various bands 7-9PM Assortment of bands from rock and blues to country and more. More information call 777-1349

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06/06/14
 -06/08/14
Chaparral MusicFest Chamber Music Workshop

Enjoyable weekend workshop in historic Prescott. Mountain air, homemade meals,"round robin" format for piano, string & woodwind players age 15 onwards. Play in a variety of different ensemble configurations. Program fee of $195 includes coaching by Arizona Artists Roster group Seventh Roadrunner Ensemble, sheet music, Friday dinner, Saturday lunch, great experience and great fun!

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06/06/14
 -06/07/14
Mountain Top Quilt Guild "Quilt Show"

Mountain Top Quilters Guild Prescott AZ Quilting Binds Friends Together June 6th & 7th 2014 Fri 9-5pm Sat 9-4pm Tim's Toyota Center 3201 N. Main St Prescott Valley AZ $5 Admission Vendor Mall Boutique including antique/vintage quilts Over 300 quilts on display Small Quilt Auction Sat @ 1pm Quilt Turning Fri @ 10am & 3pm Sat @ 10am Friendship Quilt Display Friendship Quilt Lecture Fri@ 1pm map & information @ mountaintopquiltersquild.com

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06/06/14
 -06/07/14
PHS Class of 1974 40th Reunion

PHS Class of 1974 40th Reunion will hold a mixer on 6/6/14 at 6:00 p.m. Mountain Club Clubhouse. Dinner 6/7/14 6:30 p.m. Hassayampa Inn. For more information email phsreunion74@yahoo.com or Facebook

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06/07/14
 -08/30/14
Nocturnal Nature Nights at the Zoo!

Join Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary in Prescott, AZ on Saturday nights this summer for “Nocturnal Nature Nights at the Zoo!” Every Saturday night, starting June 7st running through August 30st, the zoo will be open until 8:00pm. Come enjoy the evening and the zoo when it is cool. For more information, stop by HPZS gift shop for a brochure or call 928-778-4242 for more information.

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06/07/14
Grand Canyon Railway #4960 Steam Engine Run

It's time to get fired up! The Grand Canyon Railway celebrates the history of vintage rail travel with steam-powered excursions to the Grand Canyon. You too can ride all the way to the canyon and back behind 90-year-old Locomotive #4960. Steam Saturdays will take place in 2014 on the first Saturday of the month, April through September. Don't miss Steam Saturday with Grand Canyon Railway on June 7th!

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06/07/14
Howlin’ at the Highlands

: Enjoy an evening out in a beautiful setting at the Highlands Center for Natural History amongst the trees listening to wonderful sounds of the Jazz Summit All Stars and guest vocalists Dennis Rowland and Diana Lee, and part way through the concert the stars come out and make it a magical night.

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06/07/14
Lavender Herb Farm Monthly Tea Party

Fashioned after a traditional English Tea Party with lady finger sandwiches,scones, and orange pekoe tea. Tea is held on the first Saturday of the month,open from 11AM-3PM.,at which a light lunch will be served. Reserved seating is at: 11AM,12Noon,1PM,&2PM High Tea on every third Saturday @ 2PM

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06/07/14
 -06/08/14
12 Hours At Night Mountain Bike Ride

The 12 Hours At Night Mountain Bike Relay challenges solo racers and relay teams of 2 or 3 to complete as many 9-mile laps as possible in a 12 hour period, from 8pm to 8am. The best way to enjoy a nice summer evening in Prescott, is to stay up all night with a bunch of your friends and ride your bike! That's right, break out the headlights, and come spend 12 Hours At Night with us.

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06/07/14
 -06/08/14
Territorial Days Arts & Crafts Show

Enjoy over 100 vendors at The Prescott Chamber's Territorial Days Arts and Crafts Show under the cool American Elms at our Historic Courthouse Plaza.

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06/09/14
 -06/13/14
Chaparral MusicFest Youth Choral Workshop

Young singers ages 11-18 work on building their vocal technique and choral repertoire with the director of the Prescott Women's Chamber Choir, Arlene Hardy. No experience necessary.

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06/09/14
A Tribute to Eric Clapton / Dinner Show

Come enjoy a tribute to the music of the only three-time inductee to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Eric Clapton. Only on stage once this year - this is a performance you don't want to miss!

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06/10/14
RAAM / Race Across America "2014"

Race Across America (RAAM) is one of the most respected and longest running endourance road biking sport in the world. RAAM is seen as a piacle of athletic achievement not only in cycling circles but the greater sporting community as well.
RAAM has a rich and storied history starting in 1982 with 4 road bikers racing from Santa Monica Pier in California to New York City. Now in it's 33rd year, with teams,solo and relays.
Check out race progress at www.raceacrossamerica.org to track racers along route from Oceanside,California to Annapolis,Maryland.

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06/11/14
Healthy Happy Hour - Functional Disease

Free Healthy Happy Hour sponsored by Health Hub Network and hosted by Sages' Healing Center Functional disease is what they call it when all of the labs and tests come out normal but the patient continues to suffer from major symptoms. Examples of functional disease include irritable bowel syndrome, interstitial cystitis and chronic fatigue. Dr. Kathryn Sage treats functional disease by not focusing on the symptoms, per say, but instead by treating each person in their own unique way. Learn more about her approach and some of her effective methods by attending this event.

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06/13/14
Zoo by Moonlight

It’s a full moon at the zoo, join us for a howling good time….bring your flash light or buy one at the Gift Shop for Zoo by Moonlight at Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary! Zoo by Moonlight is held on every full moon from May through September from 8pm-9:30pm. It’s a great time to see the Sanctuary’s nocturnal residents out and about. Special admission prices: HPZS Members $3, non-members $5, children under 3 are FREE. 2014 Zoo by Moonlight Dates: May 14 June 13 July 12 August 10 September 9 For more information call 778-4242 or visit us online www.heritageparkzoo.org. Zoo by Moonlight is sponsored by Tim’s Toyota Center.

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06/14/14
Quilt Show / Lonesome Valley Quilt Guild

On Saturday, June 14, 2014 (10-4), during PV Days, the Lonesome Valley Quilt Guild will hold a Quilt Show inside Tim's Toyota Center, 3201 N. Main Street, Prescott Valley, AZ. There will also be items for sale (which benefits LVQG's Community Projects). It is Free admission to the Quilt Show, so stop by, browse, admire, and see what may be of interest to you. For info: Jan, 928/445-0485.

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06/14/14
Prescott Mountain Poker Run For Vans4Vets

Come join us on Saturday, 6/14/14, Flag Day, to support our Veterans! We'll be having a poker run, leaving at 9am from Arizona Trike Shop in Humboldt. Upon return to the Shop, riders and event attendees alike will have a hot lunch and raffle. A Vans4Vets Van will be on site for questions and viewing. All proceeds from the event will benefit Vans4Vets. More details will follow!

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06/14/14
Prescott Garden Tour

Alta Vista Garden Club, Prescott, presents its biennial garden tour on Saturday, June 14. For more information on tickets and time, please visit www.altavistagardenclub.org.

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06/14/14
Breakfast with the Tortoises

Have Breakfast with the Galapagos Tortoises at Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary on Saturday, June 14, 2013 from 9:00am to 10:30am. Learn all about these gentle giants, graciously on loan to the Sanctuary from Surprise Spring Foundation, while enjoying a continental breakfast. Watch the tortoises being fed, hear a talk by HPZS keepers, view artifacts, and make a tortoise craft. The cost is $15 for HPZS member adults and $20 for non-member adults, $5 for member children and $7 for non-member children. Reservations are required. Limited seats are available. For registration and more information, visit the HPZS gift shop for a brochure or call (928) 778-4242.

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06/14/14
"Outbound" Music Festvial

Outbound Music Festival will host an all day Country Music and family event at Pioneer Park in Prescott Arizona featuring a number of music groups and bands. Included will be Emerson Drive, The Bellamy Brothers,Curtis Grimes (from "The Voice") and more!
 

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06/14/14
Yavapai Class Cruisers of AZ Car Show

14th Annual Car Show with proceeds benefiting Meals on Wheels in the Quad Cities and the PTA at Mile High Middle School.

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06/14/14
An Introduction to Sustainable Top Bar Beekeeping

Sustainable beekeeping is cosponsored by: Prescott College Environmental Studies Program, Honeybeeteacher.com and the Northern Arizona Organic Beekeepers Association. This summer, Dr. Patrick Pynes will be teaching a hands-on, how-to workshop about keeping honeybees in simple top bar hives. The workshop will consist of 4 five-hour classes held at Prescott College Jenner Farm in Skull Valley, AZ. Some topics covered will include fundamental principles and tools of sustainable beekeeping, honeybee ecology, relationships between honeybees and flowering plants, and how to support the health and well-being of honeybees.

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06/14/14
I Hear Voices! Three-Legged Dog

I Hear Voices! is a unique vocal quartet from Tucson. Formed by Bobby Kimmel of the Stone Poneys,the quartet features Kathy Harris, Bobby Ronstadt, and Suzy Ronstadt. "The Dog" fills the stage with incredible musicianship and a eclectic collection of songs.

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06/14/14
 -06/17/14
Chaparral MusicFest Composition Workshop

Join Owen Davis, Chicago-based percussionist and composer, in a five day interactive and hands-on composition workshop at the Chaparral MusicFest in beautiful Prescott, Arizona. Realize and develop your musical creativity through chamber music performances and seminars as we explore: Collaborative Music Performance Growing Musicianship Improvisation Performer/Composer Relationships Exceptional young musicians from all over AZ will create a full-length concert of contemporary chamber music and with faculty performers. Aspiring instrumentalists, vocalists, and composers of all levels, ages 15-20, are welcome!

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06/14/14
Free Fee Days @ Prescott National Forest

In celebration of our National Holidays, Prescott National Forest will waive the $5.00 fee at all day-use recreation sites across the forest. All fees will be waived at Lynx Lake Recreation Area, Granite Basin Recreation Area, Thumb Butte, Mingus Mountain Recreation Area, Hayfield Draw and Alto Pit day use areas. The waiver does not apply to overnight campgrounds, group use fees or fees charged by concession-operated facilities. Get Outdoors and Enjoy!

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06/14/14
RAAM / Race Across America "2014"

Race Across America (RAAM) is one of the most respected and longest running endourance road biking sport in the world. RAAM is seen as a piacle of athletic achievement not only in cycling circles but the greater sporting community as well.
RAAM has a rich and storied history starting in 1982 with 4 road bikers racing from Santa Monica Pier in California to New York City. Now in it's 33rd year, with teams,solo and relays.
Check out race progress at www.raceacrossamerica.org to track racers along route from Oceanside,California to Annapolis,Maryland.

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06/20/14
 -06/22/14
Prescott Summer Sectional Bridge Tournament

Adult Center of Prescott is hosting a Summer Sectional ACBL Bridge Tournament, Friday through Sunday, Juen 20, 21 & 22, games at 10 am & 3 pm.

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06/21/14
Time in a Bottle - Greatest Soft Rock of the 70's

“Time in a Bottle – Greatest Soft Rock of the 70’s” Saturday, June 21st @ 7:00pm $22/$25 From the end of the 1960s, it became common to divide mainstream rock music into soft and hard rock, with both emerging as major genres of popular music In the early ’70s, rock music mellowed out creating the distinctive, laid-back sound of soft rock. The smooth and easy feeling this music inspires is perfect for life’s most meaningful moments. These are songs that just make you feel good. Soft rock was often derived from folk rock and put more emphasis on melody and harmonies. The timeless classics from this era generally focused on love, everyday life and relationships. In other words, topics everyone can relate to. TIME IN A BOTTLE re-creates the best of the Soft Rock era. Featuring the hits of James Taylor, Carole King, Jim Croce, Neil Young, Dan Fogelberg, America, Cat Stevens, Van Morrison, Harry Chapin, Gordon Lightfoot, Judy Collins, Bread and others! TIME IN A BOTTLE will rock you gently so sit back and relax as TAD MANAGEMENT presents the best of Soft Rock.

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06/21/14
 -06/22/14
Prescott Bluegrass Festival

The Prescott Chamber of Commerce presents: The Prescott Bluegrass Festival celebrating its 33rd year in 2014.Enjoy wonderful music under the cool American Elms at our Historic Courthouse Plaza at one of the only Free festivals in Arizona. Be a Bluegrass Sponsor...sign up at www.prescottbluegrassfestival.com or contact 928-445-2000 ext.120.

Performers include The Sonoran Dogs, Lee Mc Laughlin, The Bost Family Traditions, The Mars Hillbillies and Marty Warburton and Home Girls!!

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06/26/14
Evening Mixer / Prescott Frontier Days Inc.

Network with fellow Chamber members. Great way to get your business out in the spotlight. Bring your business cards and brochures to pass out.

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06/26/14
Tool Box Thursday-Tips and Techniques for Business

NACOG’s Prescott Business Assistance Center in partnership with Custom Training Solutions AZ invite you to Tool Box Thursday’s The 4th Thursday of each month. June 26th, 4:30-6:00 will be the next session of Tips and Techniques for a Successful Business. You’ve asked for it and we’re delivering. Speak with Community Professionals who support new business start ups Network with other entrepreneurs and small business owners. Identify resources to assist you with your marketing efforts. Bring up to 2 copy paper boxes of shredding and get FREE shredding courtesy of A-1 Shredding. Help us to Help you succeed. Light Refreshments will be served Please reserve your space now by calling the Prescott BAC -928-778-1422.

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06/26/14
 -06/29/14
The Jeweler's Shop

The most widely produced of the plays by Pope John II. This play made its Off Broadway debut in 1994. It's a poetic drama exploring the aspects of human existence expressed through love and marriage. At PCA's Stage Too!, PV Library & Chino Adult Center.

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06/27/14
Prescott's 4th Friday Art Walk

Prescott’s 4th Friday Art Walk Beginning at 5 p.m. On the 4th Friday of each month over 18 participating Prescott galleries keep their doors open to visitors and local alike for a night of fun, food, music and ART! For event information go to www.artthe4th.com or visit on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/Prescotts-4th-Friday-Art-Walk/215381998534401

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06/27/14
 -06/28/14
Shakespeare in the Pines

The Highlands Center for Natural History and Laark Productions will present open-air performances of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" on June 27 and 28. A reception with drinks and appetizers will precede each performance.

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06/27/14
 -06/28/14
Shakespeare in the Pines

Please add the following information to the listing already in your Calendar: Cost is $50 per person, which includes reception food and drink. The reception will start at 6:30 each evening, and the performances start at 7:30.

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06/28/14
Wine to Remember

Wine reception and silent auction

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06/28/14
Woof Down Lunch

Animal lovers enjoy lunch with their dogs on the courthouse square. A $20 donation includes a ‘people’ picnic lunch, a pottery pet bowl handcrafted by local artists, pet food samples, and music by “Mountain Club Jammers.” The event also features vendors, pet talent contests, kid activities, raffles, introduction to adoptable dogs, and demonstrations by dog obedience and agility professionals and local K-9 Police Units.

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06/28/14
An Introduction to Sustainable Top Bar Beekeeping

Sustainable beekeeping is cosponsored by: Prescott College Environmental Studies Program, Honeybeeteacher.com and the Northern Arizona Organic Beekeepers Association. This summer, Dr. Patrick Pynes will be teaching a hands-on, how-to workshop about keeping honeybees in simple top bar hives. The workshop will consist of 4 five-hour classes held at Prescott College Jenner Farm in Skull Valley, AZ. Some topics covered will include fundamental principles and tools of sustainable beekeeping, honeybee ecology, relationships between honeybees and flowering plants, and how to support the health and well-being of honeybees.

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06/28/14
A Night at the Zoovies!

Movie night at the zoo for the whole family to enjoy.

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06/29/14
 -07/06/14
"A Fire Department Remembers" Exhibit GMHS 19

This exhibit is dedicated to the  GMHS 19, with memories shared by fellow firefighters. Included in the exhibit will be the hyistory of the Granite Mountain Hotshots and the fires they fought. This unique exhibit was inspired by the fence at Station 7; those wishing to leave memorial tributes will have fence within the exhibit to utilize.
This exhibit is sponsored by the Friends of the Prescott Fire Department with the support of Prescott Fire Dept.

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06/30/14
 -07/06/14
127th Annual World's Oldest Rodeo

Since "1888" Prescott Arizona presents the 127th Annual Worlds Oldest Rodeo. Parade,Dances, Arts & Crafts Show and more! Every year that ruckus gets bigger with a full professional rodeo each performance. Purchase tickets online at www.worldsoldestrodeo.com or 1-866-407-6336

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07/01/14
Open Awareness Films

FREE showing of educational documentary film: "Dying to Have Known" on Gerson Therapy & medical suppression of this & other cancer cures despite extensive history of proven cures, including interviews w/ patients, doctors, & scientists from around the world.

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07/03/14
 -07/05/14
Prescott Frontier Days Rodeo Dance

Annual Rodeo Dances @ Prescott Towne Center parking lot, 1365 Iron Springs Rd., Prescott, AZ **Look for the Big tent! Actual time is 8PM until 1AM

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07/04/14
 -07/06/14
Prescott Rodeo Days Fine Arts & Craft Show

Enjoy 4th of July weekend under the cool American Elm trees at our Historic Yavapai County Courthouse Plaza with over 100 vendors offering fine arts, crafts and food.

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07/04/14
JULY 4TH CELEBRATION "2014"

LARGEST FIREWORKS SHOW AND ALL DAY FAMILY FUN! FREE ADMISSION & FREE SHUTTLE PARKING. Festivities start at 12 noon and goes until 10:00Pm. All-day Carnival includes Zip-Lining, Water Slides, Bungee Trampoline, Climbing Walls, Carnival Games, Spinning Gyro, Pony Rides, Electric Swings, Mindwinder, Train Rides, Zorbing, and so much more!Little Tikes fun zone, Contests, give-a-ways, Face Painting, Airbrush Tattoos, free craft tent where you get to make and take five cool crafts from tote bags, hats, sunglasses and cool jewelry! Carnival Games with fun prizes. All this included with the wristband price. Great food. Live entertainment. FIREWORKS SHOW AT 9PM. Please no pets. FREE ENTRY FOR ALL! FEE only for the ones using the rides. PRE-SALE CARNIVAL WRIST BANDS CAN BE PURCHASED FOR $12 ($15 at the gate) Locations: City of Prescott, Grace Sparkes Activity Center, Freedom Station Prescott Valley and All Fry's Markets. Purchase the pre-sale carnival wristband and you’ll also receive a free mini-golf or attraction at Freedom Station, a $7 value! FREE SHUTTLE PARKING AT EMBRY RIDDLE ON WILLOW CREEK RD TO PIONEER PARK . We encourage people to take advantage of the Park & Ride free shuttle. Take Willow Creek Road to Hass Dr. Park your car and take a free two minute shuttle over to Pioneer Park. There’s room for your coolers, strollers, and shad canopies. More information call 777-1349

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07/04/14
Annual Kiwanis Kiddie Parade

This is an annual special event for Prescott during Prescott Frontier Days.
Enjoy this free Kiddie Parade as kids,pets dress for the occasion and march down Cortez street.

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07/05/14
Prescott Frontier Days Parade

Annual Prescott Frontier Days Rodeo Parade

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07/05/14
Gheral Brownlow Memorial 10K & 2 MI Fun Run

Memorial 10K & 2MI Fun Run @ Pioneer Park,Prescott, Brownlow Trail
Race Day - 5:30AM / Packet Pick-Up Friday, July 4th Noon-4PM @ Manzanita Outdoors.
Awards begin at 8AM
10K 6:30AM / 2 Mile 6:40AM

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07/05/14
4th of July Americana Roots Music Fest II

featuring Jason Donne & The Open Graves Just 4 Mama, Doc Garvey’s Remedy Celebrate the July 4th Weekend with an evening of what the Folk Sessions does best with our 2nd Americana Music Fest.

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07/12/14
 -07/13/14
17th Annual Prescott Indian Art Market

The Sharlot Hall Museum’s Prescott Indian Art Market features outstanding Native American artists showcasing sculpture, paintings, exquisite ceramics, distinctive jewelry and hand woven baskets and blankets. It also includes demonstrations, musical performances and Indian fry bread. An all-Indian artist jury selects participating artists who produce traditional and contemporary artwork. The festival has grown in reputation and quality to become one of the Southwest’s premier Indian Art Markets.

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07/12/14
Zoo by Moonlight

It’s a full moon at the zoo, join us for a howling good time….bring your flash light or buy one at the Gift Shop for Zoo by Moonlight at Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary! Zoo by Moonlight is held on every full moon from May through September from 8pm-9:30pm. It’s a great time to see the Sanctuary’s nocturnal residents out and about. Special admission prices: HPZS Members $3, non-members $5, children under 3 are FREE. 2014 Zoo by Moonlight Dates: May 14 June 13 July 12 August 10 September 9 For more information call 778-4242 or visit us online www.heritageparkzoo.org. Zoo by Moonlight is sponsored by Tim’s Toyota Center.

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07/12/14
Howlin’ at the Highlands

: Enjoy an evening out in a beautiful setting at the Highlands Center for Natural History amongst the trees listening to wonderful sounds of the Jazz Summit All Stars and guest vocalist Susannah Martin, and part way through the concert the stars come out and make it a magical night.

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07/12/14
Monsoon Madness Plant and Yard Sale

The Yavapai County Master Gardener Association's 7th annual plant (lots of natives), garden tools, pots, and garden art sale. Featuring entertainment, garden tool sharpening, and expert advice from Master Gardeners.

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07/17/14
Evening Mixer / Adult Center of Prescott

Network with fellow Chamber members. Great way to get your business out in the spotlight. Bring your business cards and brochures to pass out.

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07/19/14
 -07/20/14
24th Friends of WVFD Arts & Crafts Show

24th Annual Friends of Williamson Valley FD Arts & Crafts Show. Hand crafted arts, crafts, collectables, and gourmet food items on the historic Courthouse Square.

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07/19/14
An Introduction to Sustainable Top Bar Beekeeping

Sustainable beekeeping is cosponsored by: Prescott College Environmental Studies Program, Honeybeeteacher.com and the Northern Arizona Organic Beekeepers Association. This summer, Dr. Patrick Pynes will be teaching a hands-on, how-to workshop about keeping honeybees in simple top bar hives. The workshop will consist of 4 five-hour classes held at Prescott College Jenner Farm in Skull Valley, AZ. Some topics covered will include fundamental principles and tools of sustainable beekeeping, honeybee ecology, relationships between honeybees and flowering plants, and how to support the health and well-being of honeybees.

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07/21/14
A Tribute to the Kingston Trio / Dinner Show

Enjoy a true folk revival of the late 50’s and 60’s with top hits that will keep your toes tapping! Join Ron Skelton, lead vocals, Bud Marsh on six string guitar,Tyler Walls nationally ranked five string banjo player and Bill Rice on bass for an evening down memory lane.

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07/23/14
 -07/27/14
5th Annual Prescott Film Festival

5th Annual Prescott Film Festival "Movies that Move You" July 23-27, 2014 Over 80 of the best independent films, shorts, features and documentaries from all over the world including the best from Arizona filmmakers. HD Projection and Surround Sound in the newly remodeled theater. After Parties w/Live Music Workshops Panel Discussions Wines of Arizona Tasting Event For more information visit www.prescottfilmfestival.com

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