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Prescott Chamber of Commerce ANNUAL MEETING
01/29/15
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"2015" Women in Business Luncheon
02/11/15
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Events in the next 90 days...
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11/01/14
 -06/01/15
Church on The Street Fundraising Campaign

     The Church on the Street is conducting its fundraising campaign commencing 1 November 2014 to 1 June 2015. The purpose of the campaign is to pay for the church and adjoining facitlites. The church and facilities have been owned for many years by an indididual owner and he has informed the Pastor and the Board of Directors he must settle his estate soon.The owner has been so gracious to our church and we look forward to owing the church with your help...
     As many of you may already know, The Church on the Street has a great history. In 1880, the "Lone Star" Baptist Church was started in Prescott. This was the First Baptist Church to be established in the Arizona Territory. In 1884, the church was moved from the high elevation site due to the long uphill climb to the church. Thus, the building was placed on log rollers and today sits on the corner of Cortez and Carleton Streets. We are using the same building that came down the hill! The Reverend James Taylor has been the pastor for the last twenty-four years. The bibical foundation of the church comes from the scripture found in Isaiah, Chapter 58. A plan is underway to have engraved bricks laid along a walkway with the names of contributors. Be a part of history and may God Bless You.     

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11/08/14
 -04/25/15
Winter Farmers Market "2014"

Enjoy local produce from our local farmers.
Market open Nov.8th-April 25th,2015

Check out www.prescottfarmersmarket.org for more information.

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11/08/14
 -02/22/15
Click: The West Through The Lens

This exciting exhibition and sale at the Phippen Museum highlights works of photographic art that celebrate the beauty and majesty of the American West and it's diverse cultures and featuring 17 of the best photographers working in the West.


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12/06/14
 -05/31/15
Smoki Museum Exhibit: "An Essential Relationship"

 
“An Essential Relationship:
Amateurs and Professionals in Central Arizona Archaeology”
Exhibit Opening:  December 6th, 1:00pm
 
 
 
From the 1920’s until today, groups of individuals have pursued archaeological activities in the Central Arizona region.  While professional archaeologists can bring a unique level of sophistication to these explorations of the past through the science-based work they perform in the field, in the lab and in the library; amateurs have often led the way in prehistoric research.  Although they often lack the formal education and training possessed by professionals, these amateurs frequently offer surprisingly sophisticated skills and remarkable respect for the past.  Plus, what they may lack in traditional credentials is often more than compensated for through innate interest, enthusiasm and, yes, the love they may bring to the work.
 
Through the information we present and the stories we tell, exhibit visitors will see that Central Arizona serves as a particularly good example of how amateur archaeologists working in their own or in conjunction with professionals have made, and can continue to make major contributions to knowledge and understanding of the past.  Publication available in Museum Gift Shop.  Exhibit runs through May 31, 2015.
 
 
General Admission:
Adults:  $7.00
Seniors:  $6.00
Students with ID:  $5.00
Children under 12 and Native People are free of Charge
 
 
Museum Hours: Weekdays 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., Sundays 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.

 

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01/02/15
 -01/30/15
PPL Lapsit Storytime

Music, stories and cuddly activities for babies and their grownups. Call 928.777.1537 for more information.




 

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01/02/15
 -01/30/15
PPL Preschool Storytime

Stories, songs and activities especially for children, ages 3-5. Siblings are always welcome. Call 928.777.1537 for more information.





 

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01/06/15
 -01/27/15
PPL Toddler Storytime

Gentle stories and activities for toddlers. Call 928.777.1537 for more information.




 

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01/09/15
 -02/14/15
Transformations: Confronting Ourselves / Exhibit

Please join us this Friday January 9th from 5-7pm for our Opening Reception featuring works from national artists Fitzgerald, Provost and Ziegler.  Featuring two photographers and a ceramic sculptor, this is a very interesting show and one not to miss.
Also open for Artwalk January 23rd from 5-7pm.

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01/15/15
 -01/29/15
PPL Page Turners Storytime

Page Turners is a program designed to celebrate the joy of reading for children in grades K-3. Stories, songs, activities and crafts are all part of the fun. Presented with funding from the Friends of the Prescott Public Library. Call 928.777.1537 for more information.







 

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01/15/15
 -02/14/15
Alumni Photo Group Photography Show at 'Tis

In the Mezzanine Gallery “Alumni Photo Group: Pursuing the Vision"
This elite group includes the following local photographers:  Connie Barnett, Dorothy Bengtson, Jerry Bengtson, Stephanie Brown, Tom Gerczynski, Kenneth Greenlee, Regina Helstrom, Jean Lopez, Larry McDonald, Carolyn McDonald, Gail Shay, Len Solansky, Cindy Travis, Jim Veney & Ray Waguespack. January 15 – February 14, 2015 

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01/19/15
 -04/15/15
AARP TaxAide

AARP TaxAide IRS certified tax counselors will provide free tax preparation and e-file of Federal and State returns in storefront 374 inside the Gateway Mall, Sears end, January 19, - April 15, 2015. In the off season Federal and State inquiry assistance and preparation of returns will be by appointment only. contact # 928-717-9444

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01/22/15
 -02/24/15
2015 Piece and a Poem: Art with Words Show

In the Main Gallery: 2015 Piece and a Poem: Art with Words Show 
January 22 - February 24, 2015

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01/25/15
Central Arizona Concert Band

Brass-Wind band concert featuring traditional marches and other works

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01/26/15
PPL Conversational Spanish

Check your English at the door and brush up on your Spanish! Whether you are heading south on vacation or just don't want to lose your ability to speak Spanish, join us for conversation and camaraderie. Basic Spanish skills needed.


 

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01/26/15
PPL Genealogy Research Series with NAGS

Using Online Federal Census with Raylene Junkins. The Northern Arizona Genealogical Society will present a quarterly workshop on various topics of interest to genealogy researchers, both beginners and experts. There will be time for questions at the end of each presentation. Register online, at the Ask a Librarian desk or call 928.777.1526.




 

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01/27/15
PPL Job Help Hub-Computer Lab

If you are looking for a job or are ready to move from part-time to full-time employment, the Job Help Hub is what you need. Register online, at the Ask a Librarian Desk, or call 777.1526.






 

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01/27/15
Christian Academy of Prescott Information Luncheon


You are invited, Grab a friend and oin us..A FREE information luncheon to learn about the Christian Academy of Prescott, one of the best kept secrets of Prescott. Must RSVP to Christian Academy Office by Jan 26, 2015

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01/28/15
PPL Game On!

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



 

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01/28/15
AAA TRAVEL VACATION SHOWCASE

Our new Vacation Showcase provides an opportunity to learn about the best travel options AAA offers. You can learn about multiple topics by attending all day, or you can choose to attend events specific to the topics that appeal to you. To RSVP, call toll-free 1-877-934-6222 ext. 6050, or visit AAA.com/travelevents.

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01/28/15
 -02/11/15
An Introduction to Investing

This class will provide people with a working glossary to understand the world of investing.  It will provide a basic structure to assist in deductive decisions, and a fundamental framework to discuss the global marketplace.  Additionally, it will highlight some of the pitfalls in financial planning and provide tips and insight on working with attorneys, accountants, and advisors.

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01/28/15
 -02/01/15
Super Bowl XLIX / Phoenix Arizona

Celebrate Super Bowl XLIX with Super Bowl Central with Free family friendly football themed fan campus featuring Street Level Merchants and Restaurants, Local Food Trucks, Beer & Wine Gardens, Concerts, Fireworks.
The 12 block area in downtown Phoenix will be the hub of fan activities for Super Bowl XLIX!
More Information at www.azsuperbowl.com
 

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01/29/15
Prescott Chamber of Commerce ANNUAL MEETING

You are invited to The Prescott Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting being held at Yavapai College Performing Arts Center.
Thursday, January 29, 2015 at 4:00 p.m.
Healthy Prescott Business Award / Sponsored by Yavapai Regional Medical Center
Annual Visionary Awards / Presented by Prescott Area Young Professionals.
Reception to Follow / RSVP to Laura@prescott.org or here online.
Sponsored by: Foothills Bank

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01/29/15
PPL Craigslist 101

Learn how to use this free online classified ads website to buy and sell goods, apply for jobs, and much more. For this class and the use of Craigslist, basic mouse, keyboard, Internet and email skills are required.



 

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01/29/15
 -12/17/15
Weekly 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, galllery and foundry all in one location.Bronzesmith offers visitors the opportunity to tour the foundry and witness the excitement of a bronze pour. By appointment on Thursdays beginning 11:00 you can observe for yourself, how an artist’s sculpture comes to life in a step-by-step demonstration of the lost wax process and bronze casting. The cost is $10 per person and reservations may be made by calling 928-772-2378. Individuals and small groups are welcome. Please visit our website www.bronzesmith .com for more information.

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01/30/15
Working Class Hero

“Working Class Hero”
Presented by:  TAD Management
Friday, January 30th @ 7:00pm
$22/$25
 
Working Class Hero is a musical celebration honoring the career of a rock legend: the one and only John Lennon.  This mesmerizing live performance commemorates his years with The Beatles, the rebellious years of his early solo career in the early 1970’s, and finally the quieter introspective years that carried him into the 1980’s. Special care has been taken to embrace all members of the audience no matter their level of familiarity with John's body of work.  Hosted and performed by Otto D’Agnolo, the audience will be reintroduced to this iconic Superstar as never before!




 

 



 

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01/31/15
The Improvitonians at PCA

 

 

PCA’S Goofy Gang in their second season with wild improvisation and spontaneous nuttiness with healthy doses of audience participation.
Saturday, January 31     8:30 pm    STAGE TOO!
         
 $5 cash ONLY at the door

 

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Adult content and language is often employed.econd year of making things up as they go, The Improvitonians perform once a month,  at 8:30pm, mainly in Stage Too.





No one under 17 admitted without a parent.





Adult content and language is often employed.

in their second year of making things up as they go, The Improvitonians perform once a month,  at 8:30pm, mainly in Stage Too. 

 

No one under 17 admitted without a parent.

 

Adult content and language is often employed.


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01/31/15
Landscape Designs for Mountain Retreats / Free Class

Watters Garden Center
Come ready to learn, this is far more than where to sling more rock. This is design, remodel and install a new landscape that just feels right. Best practice for landscapes that shine all 4 seasons and it all begins with evergreens and the early spring bloomers.

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01/31/15
Doo Wop Divas

“DooWop Divas”
Presented by:  Lonely Street Productions
Saturday, January 31st @ 7:00pm
$22/$25
You’ll fall head-over-heels for these four knock-outs as they re-live the golden years of doo-wop and early rock and roll. It’s hit after chart-topping hit as the girls belt out It’s My Party, Leader Of The Pack, Mr. Sandman, and more with signature tight harmonies and buckets of charm. Don’t miss this fabulous trip back to yesteryear with the Doo-Wop Divas!





 

 



 

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01/31/15
'Dancing to the Oldies' Dance Party

Come have fun with us, dancing to the oldies!

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01/31/15
Early Photography in Arizona 1850-1920

Photographs have helped shape both historical and contemporary public perception of Arizona and the West. Join Dr. Jeremy Rowe as he discusses early photographic techniques at the Phippen Museum on Saturday January 31st at 1pm.  He will present a chronological history of photography in Territorial Arizona. Including rare and unique historical images of daily life, public events, personalities, mining, Native Americans, and environment of early Arizona. He will also discuss photographic processes and techniques and their effect on changing societal perceptions of the West.  This program is made possible by the generous support of the Arizona Humanities.  Jeremy Rowe, Ed.D., has collected, researched, and written about 19th and early 20th century photographs for over thirty years. Author of Arizona Photographers 1850-1920: A History and Directory, and Arizona Stereographs 1865 - 1930, and he manages vintagephoto.com. Jeremy has curated many museum exhibitions and was Executive Director of the School of Computing and Informatics, and is currently Emeritus Faculty at Arizona State University. This program is present with the cooperation of the Arizona Humanities.
 

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01/31/15
"Get Off the Couch: The University of Outdoor Recreation"

Want to see & hear about hiking, backpacking, bicycling, birding, tracking, kayaking, sailing, offroad mortorcycling, ATVing, using a handheld outdoor GPS device, getting fit for any or all ot this, more?
A Free one-full-day symposium
Space is Limited, Pre-Register Now to Ensure Your Spot.
Pick up Brochure at Prescott College or request at info@communityforesttrust.com

Sponsored by Community Forest Trust, Open Space Alliance, and Prescott College
 

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01/31/15
Russian National Ballet: "Sleeping Beauty"

The Russian National Ballet Theatre was founded in Moscow during the transitional period of Perestroika in the late 1980s, when many of the great dancers and choreographers of the Soviet Union's ballet institutions were exercising their new-found creative freedom by starting new, vibrant companies dedicated not only to the timeless tradition of classical Russian Ballet but to invigorate this tradition as the Russians began to accept new developments in the dance from around the world.

The Sleeping Beauty, a crowning jewel of choreographer Marius Petipa's career, is often considered the finest achievement of the Classical ballet. It is a grandiose and refined blending of the traditional mime, expressive pas d'action and spectacular divertissements in a lavish theatrical setting. Tchaikovsky was delighted with the invitation to write the music for a ballet based on Charles Perrault's well-known fairy tale. 

A baby princess, condemned at her christening by an evil fairy to prick her finger and die on her 16th birthday, is saved by the gift of the good Lilac Fairy, who declares the princess will only sleep until awakened by the kiss of a prince. The fairy tale, replete with a king and queen, fairies both good and evil, a beautiful princess and dream prince, magical stage effects, and courtly splendor, lent itself perfectly to the full evening ballet that was Petipa's pride.

For tickets, please call the YCPAC box office at 928-776-2000 or go online to http://www.ycpac.com/portfolio/russian-national-ballet-sleeping-beauty

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02/01/15
Super Bowl XLIX at Yavapai College

It’s a Super Bowl party at the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center, and admission is free!

Enjoy football’s biggest game of the year in style with theater seating, high-definition big screen viewing and top-of-the-line audio processing and speakers. Beer and wine is available for purchase for adults and candy and popcorn for everyone.


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02/02/15
Conversational Spanish

Check your English at the door and brush up on your Spanish!  Join us for conversation and camaraderie. Basic Spanish skills needed.




 

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02/03/15
Job Help Hub-Computer Lab

When you are looking for a job or are ready to move from part-time to full-time employment, the Job Help Hub is what you need. Register online, at the Ask a Librarian Desk, or call 777.1526.





 

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02/04/15
Wednesday Poetry Discussion Group

Join Dr. Janet Preston to enjoy and discuss great poetry in an informal setting. Copies of poems will be distributed at the gathering.






 

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02/04/15
 -02/25/15
Writing Your Life: Memoir, Essay and Autobiograph

This six-week memoir writing and reading workshop will help you capture your memories in a supportive environment designed to develop your writing. Carol Levin is a nationally published writer of nonfiction, fiction and poetry and an instructor at Yavapai College. Register online, at the Ask-a-Librarian Desk or call 777.1526. Presented with funding from the Friends of the Prescott Public Library.







 

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02/05/15
 -02/22/15
The Other Place / Live Theater

Just as Juliana Smithton’s research leads to a potential breakthrough, her life takes a disorienting turn. During a lecture to colleagues at an exclusive beach resort, she glimpses an enigmatic young woman in a yellow bikini amidst the crowd of business suits. One step at a time, a mystery unravels as contradictory evidence, blurred truth and fragmented memories collide in a cottage on the windswept shores of Cape Cod.

Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday. February 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21 at 7:30pm and February 8, 14, 15, 22 at 2pm. Visit www.pca-az.net for more information or tickets.

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02/05/15
Arizona Humanities Lecture

Oh, The Shape We’re In!: How Arizona’s and the Western States’ Borders Were Determined with Barbara Jaquay who has written several publications on topics concerning Middle America and Arizona Native Americans. Presented with funding from the Friends of the Prescott Public Library and from the Arizona Humanities Council.








 

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02/05/15
Basic Computer Skills Workshop

Prescott Public Library offers the first class in this recurring series with the Basic Computer Skills workshop. If you already have mouse skills, you can sign up for any class in the series, you don't have to start with the first one. Register online, at the Ask a Librarian Desk or call 777.1526. 









 

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02/06/15
Prescott Chamber Orchestra

Classical music concert

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02/06/15
Surf Rock

“Surf Rock”
Presented by:  Lonely Street Productions
Friday, February 6th @7:00pm
$22/$25
Join us for an indoor beach party you won’t soon forget! This half concert/half party will feature your favorite summertime hits - from the Beach Boys and Dick Dale to Jimmy Buffett and the Ventures. There will be surf-rock instrumentals, signature tight harmonies, soothing steel drums and blistering surf guitar!  So grab your board, put on your craziest Hawaiian shirt and join us for the Surf Rock Beach Party!






 

 



 

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02/06/15
It's A Mystery Book Group

Exit Music (2008) by Ian Rankin is the selection for Februrary. The It's a Mystery Book Group meets the first Friday of each month at 2 p.m. in the Founders Suite.










 

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02/07/15
Prescott Chamber Orchestra

Classical music concert

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02/07/15
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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02/07/15
Escape to the Backyard & Plant Wildflowers / $15

Watters Garden Center
Listen in for free, but the first 10 students to sign up receive a package of Ken's specially blended mountain mix with all the goodies to make them bloom like crazy this spring. Wildflowers can be harder to grow than you think, but not after this info heavy class.

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02/07/15
Award-Winning Songwriter Jesse Daniel Edwards

 
Award-winning Americana songwriter and recording artist Jesse Daniel Edwards Returns to the Mile-High City.
 
Jesse Edwards’ first language was music. 
 
“As a child I loved hearing my grandad sing songs from the “Sound of Music” while strumming his old cracked ukulele.  I learned to play by watching and listening at his feet.”
 
Born with a love of music and a natural talent for singing and picking up pretty much any instrument he got his hands on, Jesse studied guitar, banjo, mandolin, bass, percussion, piano, harmonica, clarinet, saxophone, and the oboe growing up. From the ripe old age of ten he began composing his own original music with his six brothers and sisters, arranging harmonies and recording their earliest efforts in his family’s coal cellar.  As he has grown in years and artistic maturity, he has continued to put out his brand of honest and heartfelt compositions.  And his rootsy DIY style has persisted:
 
“I spent a lot of time touring around the US and I cut my teeth in towns like Nashville and Atlanta. As a result, the soul of the region affected me very strongly,” Jesse says of his inspiration and sound.
 
Jesse has recorded 4 nationally-released albums and 2 live albums, as well as music for an independent film with his acclaimed family duo the Smart Brothers.  He recently recorded and released his solo debut album “American Dreaming”.  The Independent Radar reviewed the record as being, “intricate one moment, then intimate and simple the next.”  He has toured professionally on the festival and college circuits for the past 5 years in the US and abroad where he has shared the stage with notable acts including Matt Costa, John Prine, Gary Jules, Marc Ford, & First Aid Kit. His music has been featured in radio, tv, and film and is available on Itunes, Amazon, and Spotify. He now resides in Running Springs, CA and, thanks to his grandfather all those years ago, is a Kala Ukuleles Signature Artist.
 
WHAT: Jesse Daniel Edwards & Perfectly Reasonable People
 
WHERE: Raven Cafe, 142 N. Cortez  St, Prescott, AZ
   
WHEN: Friday, February 7, 2015, 9pm
 
Website: www.jessedanieledwards.com

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02/07/15
A photographic History of Arizona

Jim Turner of the Arizona Humanities Speaker’s Bureau will present a pictorial tour through the history of our beautiful state. If a picture is worth a thousand words, this program could fill a seven-volume history of Arizona. From the geological wonders of the Grand Canyon and the
Petrified Forest to cutting-edge biotech industries and Native American art galleries, this whirlwind tour of Arizona from prehistory to the present shows it all.  Before retiring from the Arizona Historical Society, Mr. Turner worked with more than seventy museums in every corner of the state. Turner moved to Tucson in 1951, earned a master’s degree in U.S. history from the University of Arizona, and has been researching, writing, and teaching Arizona history for almost forty years. This program is present with the cooperation of the Arizona Humanities.
 

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02/07/15
 -02/28/15
Drop-in chess

Players of all ages and skill levels are invited to drop in and play chess. Chess sets are available to check out for use in the library.










 

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02/07/15
Late Nite Catechism / Live Theater

Call it Loretta Young meets Carol Burnett. This is part catechism class, part stand-up routine. It’s an interactive comedy, one of the longest running shows in Chicago and U.S. theater history.  The New York Times calls it, “hilarious, well-written and inspired.” Jeffrey Lyons from TV’s Sneak Previews calls Late Nite Catechism “something to savor and enjoy....one of the most intimate, rewarding shows in town.” You, the audience member, are part of Sister’s class. She’ll take you back to the days of the Latin Mass, meatless Fridays, and remind you about that good old ruler across the knuckles!

Two Shows Only! February 7 at 2pm and 7:30pm. Visit www.pca-az.net for more information or tickets.

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02/08/15
Tumblin' Tumbleweeds

“Tumblin’ Tumbleweeds”
Presented by:  Lonely Street Productions
Sunday, February 8th @7:00pm
$22/$25
Relax after a long day on the trail and enjoy a show that captures the essence of Arizona and the Old West through classic Country-Western music and old-fashioned storytelling. Join our cowboy crooners as they play and sing hits from Marty Robbins, Gene Autry, and the Sons of the Pioneers. Tumblin’ Tumbleweeds features time-honored tunes such as Cool Water, El Paso, The Last Roundup, Don’t Fence Me In, and of course, Tumblin’ Tumbleweeds. All that’s missing is the campfire, roasted marshmallows, and the faint howl of coyotes.







 

 



 

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02/08/15
Extreme Photography with David Rich

Meet David Rich and see some of his photos from around the world. His photos are of places you might not want to visit yourself; but will be happy to view - from the safety of your chair.











 

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02/09/15
Conversational Spanish

Check your English at the door and brush up on your Spanish!  Join us for conversation and camaraderie. Basic Spanish skills needed.




 

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02/10/15
Job Help Hub-Computer Lab

When you are looking for a job or are ready to move from part-time to full-time employment, the Job Help Hub is what you need. During each two-hour session with access to a laptop and printer, you can work on all facets of job-related tasks. An experienced instructor will also be present to provide assistance. Register online, at the Ask a Librarian Desk, or call 777.1526.












 

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02/10/15
Tuesday Morning Book Group

Join the Tuesday Morning Book Group in discussing a diverse selection of fiction and nonfiction. February's selection is Burial Rites (2013) by Hannah Kent. Haunting reading from a bright new talent.













 

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02/11/15
NAU-NACOG Series-High Speed Decisions

Northern Arizona Council of Governments
NACOG and NAU-Yavapai are partnering to conduct a series of 6-monthly seminars focusing on Advanced Business Performance and Industry Innovation, led by Dr. James A. Subach, Lead Faculty Member of Entrepreneurship at NAU-Yavapai.  The series is aimed at mid and higher level management and business owners who want to keep their business and labor strong, and want to build a thriving, competitive local market and international outreach.  You will receive information on successful, proven methods that are used globally but not well knwon.  If you want to grow your business and do it faster, then these seminars are for you!

WHEN:  Second Wednesday of the month, beginning 9/10/14
TIME:  6-8PM (optional overflow discussion until 9PM)
Sessions will alternate between NACOG-Prescott and NAU-Yavapai Campus in Prescott Valley.

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02/11/15
"2015" Women in Business Luncheon

Join us and network with fellow Prescott Chamber at our Women in Business quarterly luncheon.

Feb.11th program will feature Elizabeth Ruffner, speaking about the Arizona Women's Hall of Fame.

Members cost is $20 / Non-Member $30  Please RSVP

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02/11/15
The C-130 Hercules in Vietnam, 1971-72

John Hopper, Lt. General, USAF (Retired), who is Chief Executive Officer of the private, non-profit Air Force Aid Society (AFAS), presents the origins of the famous C-130 Hercules and how it was used in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.  The concept of tactical aviation will be covered as well as how tactical resupply missions were planned and conducted including how to get from A to B in the C-130 without getting shot.  Finally, the evolution of the C-130 from Vietnam to Desert Storm will be discussed.  Hopper, who served as a C-130 aircraft commander in South East Asia in 1971-1972 and  C-130 Wing Commander, Thumrait Air Base, Oman, during Desert Shield and Desert Storm, earned myriad degrees, medals, awards and distinctions during his military service.  General Hopper was a member of the Congressionally chartered Military Leadership Diversity Commission.  The Commission’s report, published March 2011, included significant recommendations designed to improve diversity at the most senior levels of the Department of Defense.  Hopper holds the distinction of being the first African-American graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy to be promoted to flag rank.


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02/12/15
THE PRESCOTT OPRY / Gary Clemmons!

In this month of love and romance, we have a “sweetheart of a show” planned for your entertainment!  You won’t find a better bang for your Valentine’s budget than an evening at THE PRESCOTT OPRY!
 
We are particularly pleased to be able to bring you singer and songwriter extraordinaire Gary Clemmons!  Gary is a Hall of Famer who has written such hits as:  Steel Guitars; Too Many Outlaws, Last Call and The “Johnny Western” Theme Song to name just a few.  Now a Yavapai County resident, this well known entertainer will delight you with his own amazing vocal skills as well as perform a special treat in his “Almost Willie” character.
 
The Hammack Family Band was such a hit on our recent Christmas Special that we’ve asked them to return.  Centered around the astonishing instrumental skills of 14 year old Keenan Hammach, this family band’s strong vocal are provided by Mom, Ronda, and Dad, Brian.
 
Our Featured Female Artist, Tina Stiteler, is best know in the Valley.  Her saucy performance of tunes made famous by such artists as Barbara Mandrell (I Was Country When Country Wasn’t Cool) and Dolly Parton (Here You Come Again), as well as other familiar hits, will have you reminiscing with your Sweetie about days gone by.
 
Always popular, our Featured Youth Artists this month is GENERATION!  If you’ve been at one of their performances on The Opry, you know just how talented these dynamic teen musicians truly are.  These AMBASSADORS OF MUSIC are phenomenal performers! 
 
Brush Arbor Revival, our resident Bluegrass Gospel and Comedy group promises to deliver another inspirational and “chuckle filled” performance for your enjoyment.
 
Be sure to check us out AZTV/7’s Morning Scramble with Sandy Moss at 8:30 AM; and D. J. Fone’s afternoon show on radio station KDDL/KQNA at 3 PM, both on February 11, 2015, for a sneak peek at what we have in store for you!
 
Plan on making Valentine’s Week extra special by joining us at the beautifully restored Prescott Elks Theater & Performing Arts Center in downtown Prescott! Call the Theater today at 777-1370 or visit them online at prescottelkstheater.com to reserve your tickets now…
 

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02/12/15
"Art & Wine" : A Perfect Pairing!

Join us for the second Thursday each month for an evening of art makeing,as we pair the experience with some delightful wine. Phippen Art Educators will take participants through the process, step by step, resulting in a finished artwork suitable for framing. No prior experience is necessary.
All materials and two glasses of wine are included in the class fee. So, come enjoy an evening of fun,laughter,art and wine at the Phippen Museum. Class size is limited so advanced registration is required by calling 928-778-1385.

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02/13/15
Salute to America: A Veterans Concert Series Event

Presented by Help Hospitalized Veterans, Salute to America is a charity event and celebration of our Vietnam veterans. Jefferson Starship will be performing along with a special performance by 108th Army Band. Tickets are required but admission is FREE. Beginning January 15- February 4 tickets will be available to veterans and active duty military men and women. Come out for some fun, music and celebration in honor of our troops!

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02/13/15
Valentines Ballroom Dance

Doors open 6:30 pm,  Tickets or questions contact Andy Smith by email at:  asmitty1@msn.com.
Cost:  $20 in advance or $25 at the door.  Live Dance Band - all your favorite ballroom dance styles. Formal/Semi-Formal dress optional, showcase dance demos, Jack & Jill dance competions, desserts.  No partner needed, come out and dance with us!

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02/13/15
Live Nude(Plant)s

Live Nude(Plant)s is a new lunch-time, open drawing hour at Prescott College's Natural History Institute.

Each session a new assortment of living and preserved plants, as well as insect and bird specimens, and other ethically-sourced artifacts from nature, will be available to sketch. Artists must bring their own supplies. ($5 suggested donation, students free)

noon-1pm, every 2nd & 4th Friday, in the Natural History Institute Gallery.

Runs January 23-April 24. *March 13 the Institute is closed for spring break.*

 

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02/14/15
Annual Lincoln Reagan Dinner

On Saturday, February 14, 2015, the Yavapai County Republican Committee will be holding its Annual Lincoln Reagan Dinner in the Goldwater Ballroom at the Prescott Resort and Conference Center, 1500 E. AZ Hwy 69, Prescott, AZ  86301.  There will be a Cocktail hour from 5:00-6:00 p.m.  The program will be from 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. and Dinner will be at 6:30 p.m.  There will be a raffle and live-auction held during the event.  The Guest Speaker has yet to be announced.  The cost is $65.00 per person or $130.00 to sit with the guest speaker.  Reservations can be made by calling (928) 776-4500 or going online to www.yavgop.org/events.

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02/14/15
Sedona Impressions Slide Show

Award winning photographer Dereck van Briesen presents a photographic walk-through of the seasons of Sedona, Arizona at the Phippen Museum on Saturday Feb. 14 at 1pm.  Derek will introduce his video and answer questions afterward.   Although he hails originally from Southern California where he worked in film, music and action sports for many years, Mr. von Briesen has lived in Sedona since 2002. An avid photographer all his life, he now devotes his time to landscape photography, producing fine art gallery prints and teaching photography workshops throughout the Southwest. His award-winning photographs have been published by National Geographic, Arizona Highways, USA Today, Outdoor Photographer, the Weather Channel and many local and regional guidebooks, magazines and newspapers.

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02/14/15
Couple's Day

Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary will be hosting Couple's Day on February 14th, 2015.  Buy one admission; get a second admission of equal or lesser value free.  HPZS members and children under 3 are free.
For more information call 778-4242 or www.heritageparkzoo.org.

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02/14/15
Speedy Love: FREE Speed Dating Event!

Let Gateway Mall play Cupid this Valentine's Day!

Join us for a free Speed Dating Event at Gateway Mall in space 222 next to Jarz of Clay!  Snacks and refreshments will be provided!

5pm-6pm: Ages 40+
6pm-7pm: under 40

REGISTER at http://www.theprescottgatewaymall.com .
FOR MORE INFORMATION, contact Sarah Cook at cliquedating@yahoo.com .

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02/15/15
Vegas Tribute to Shania Twain & Tim McGraw

“A Vegas tribute to SHANIA TWAIN and TIM McGRAW”
Presented by:  TAD Management
Sunday, February 15th 2015 - 7:00pm
$22/$25
Donna Huber is the world's #1 tribute to Shania Twain! So much so that Shania herself said " I thought that was me for a moment....she's the best one!" Close your eyes and it's just like being at a Shania concert!  This Tim McGraw tribute performed by Nashville recording artist and Las Vegas Entertainer Adam D. Tucker accurately recreates the music and mystique of country music ICON Tim McGraw.  The timeless sound of Tim McGraw proves appealing to audiences of all ages, bringing back memories and touching the hearts of all.
This talented group of musicians showcase Tim McGraw’s' mega-hits from the 90's such as “Don’t Take The Girl”, “I Like It I Love It”, “Everywhere” and his current radio hits of today!   When you pair Adam with the best Shania show out there, you have TWO Nashville legends in the house!
 

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02/15/15
 -03/14/15
Granite Mtn Jewelry Artists Show at 'Tis

In the Mezzanine Gallery "Little Treasures" by the Granite Mountain Jewelry Artists. Wearable small sculpture adorning the body like a magnificent little treasure by Joy Tkach, Lynne Duncan, Debbie Thomas, Dan Cassetta, Jami Conroy, and Cindi Shaffer. The show features a wide array of techniques and style of resin work, forging, texturing, patina and much more. February 15th - March 14th. Artists Reception Friday February 27th 5-7pm (In conjunction with Prescott’s 4th Friday Art Walk)

 


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02/16/15
 -02/21/15
47th Annual Fine Arts Festival

This year marks The Orme School's 47th Fine Arts Festival.  The week culminates with Grandparents Day on Saturday, February 21st, when final performances and art presentations will take place.  There will also be a Festival Gallery set up in the School's Library of artists' work that week, which can be purchased. If you are interested in visiting campus to see any of the workshops that week, or attend Grandparents Day, please email jcalmes@ormeschool.org or call 928-632-1564.

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02/19/15
Evening Mixer / Center for Physical Excellence

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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02/20/15
The National Lutheran Choir in Concert

The renowned National Lutheran Choir ​will perform at American Lutheran Church on Friday, February 20 at 7:00 PM, as part of the choir's 2015 Tour of Arizona.  

Based in MN, the National Lutheran Choir, under the direction of Dr. David Cherwien, seeks to strengthen, renew and preserve the heritage of sacred choral music through the highest standards of performance and literature. The choir performs literature from the entire spectrum of sacred choral music, with and without instrumental accompaniment. The choir's rich and diverse repertoire ranges from early chant to new compositions and from simple folk anthems to complex orchestral masterworks. 
 
More information on the choir is available at www.nlca.com.

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02/21/15
Newcomer Gardening (Free Soil Sampling) Free Class

Watters Garden Center
Learn all the mountain secrets to local garden success.This is an information pack class guaranteed to increase garden blooms and fruit this year. Bring a soil sample receive a free soil test done right on sight with advice on how to improve this years garden. You will know exactly what to do with your dirt this year.

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02/22/15
Travelin' Man

“Travelin’ Man”
Presented by:  Lonely Street Productions
Sunday, February 22nd @ 7:00pm
$22/$25
Teenage girls around the globe swooned every time 50s and 60s- era teen idols Ricky Nelson, Fabian, Bobby Rydell, and Paul Anka hit the stage. Travelin’ Man celebrates the songs that set hearts fluttering, including Hello Mary Lou, Garden Party, Turn Me Loose, Tiger, Ain’t That a Shame, Puppy Love, Put Your Head on My Shoulder, and Breaking up is Hard to Do. Bust out your bobby socks and come ready to bop along as we pay tribute to these toe-tapping legends of rock-n-roll.
 
 

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02/22/15
 -08/16/15
Art and Heritage of the Cowboy Artists

A special exhibit celebrating 50 years of the Cowboy Artists of America.  A group of Western Artists founded in Sedona by George Phippen, Charlie Dye, John Hampton, and Joe Beeler.
 

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02/23/15
Conversational Spanish

Check your English at the door and brush up on your Spanish!  Join us for conversation and camaraderie. Basic Spanish skills needed.




 

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02/24/15
Job Help Hub-Computer Lab

When you are looking for a job or are ready to move from part-time to full-time employment, the Job Help Hub is what you need. During each two-hour session with access to a laptop and printer, you can work on all facets of job-related tasks. An experienced instructor will also be present to provide assistance. Register online, at the Ask a Librarian Desk, or call 777.1526.












 

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02/25/15
Eugene Bullard: World’s First Black Fighter Pilot

Dr. Larry W. Greenly of Albuquerque, New Mexico, chiropractic doctor, editor, author, scholar, teacher, former private plane pilot, CAP member, and skydiver, shares highlights of Bullard’s amazing life including his early history, Boxing in Scotland, war experiences in the French Foreign Legion and the Lafayette Flying Corps, final days in New York City, and much in between in a multi-media Aviation History Program at Embry-Riddle.  Greenly’s new book, Eugene Bullard: World's First Black Fighter Pilot, won a Gold Medal in the 2014 national Moonbeam Children's Book Award, is a current finalist in the NM/AZ Book Awards, has a starred review from the American Library Association, and a recommendation from Voices of Youth Advocates.


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02/26/15
Prescott High School Holiday Instrumental Concert

an evening of music provided by the PHS Orchestra and Bands

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02/26/15
Best of Broadway

“Best of Broadway”
Presented by:  Lonely Street Productions
Thursday, February 26th @ 7:00pm
$22/$25
The lights go down…the curtain comes up…and the Best of Broadway comes to life right there on your stage!  Four talented vocalists present a riveting salute to the music of the Great White Way in this concert production highlighting Broadway’s greatest hits with a mix of old and new - from “Oklahoma” and “West Side Story” to modern classics, including “Les Miserables” and favorites from Andrew Lloyd Webber.  Come on along and listen to the Lullaby of Broadway!
 

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02/26/15
Christian Academy Information Luncheon

A Free Informational Luncheon to learn about the Christian Academy of Prescott, one of the best kept secrets of Prescott.

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02/26/15
Prescott Audubon's Natural History Program Series

This month, Prescott Audubon is thrilled to offer a special Arizona Humanities presentation, "Saving the Great American West: the Story of George Bird Grinnell".  As a naturalist, Bird Grinnell traveled with the likes of General Custer and Theodore Roosevelt, and he spoke on behalf of western wildlands and wildlife. AZ Humanities speaker Hugh Grinnell (yes, a relative) impersonates his cousin in period costume, bringing the man and the times to life. 

Due to construction on Park Ave, take Copper Basin Rd to 630 Park Ave.   We start promptly at 7 PM. 

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02/26/15
Ribbon Cutting / AZ Cardic Sleep Facility

Join us at AZ Cardic Sleep Facility for their Ribbon Cutting Ceremony performed by The Prescott Chamber of Commerce.

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02/26/15
 -03/07/15
The Grapes of Wrath / Live Theater

A powerful and deeply affecting stage version of one of the masterpieces of American literature. It is the story about the Joad family and their flight from the dust bowl of Oklahoma west to California where they hope for a better life. On their westward trek they must deal with death and terrible deprivation before reaching their destination. Despite all of their anguish, the play becomes a soaring and deeply moving affirmation of the indomitability of the human spirit and the essential goodness and strength that reside in the hearts and minds of the common man throughout the world.

February 26, 27, 28, March 5, 6, 7, at 7:30 pm and March 1, 7 at 2:00 pm. Visit www.pca-az.net for more information or tickets.

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02/27/15
 -03/01/15
15th Southwest Leather Workers Trade Show

The Southwest Leather Workers Trade Show will bring over 40 vendors selling everything for the traditional and modern leather worker. There will be workshops available for beginers though professionals all week. The show is free and open to the public. For more information check out the webpage at www.leathercraftersjournal.com

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02/27/15
Prescott's 4th Friday Art Walk

On the 4th Friday of every month over 18  Prescott art galleries remain open late.  Visitors & local residents can experience an evening of fun, conversation, food, music and ART! For event information go to www.artthe4th.com or visit on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ArtThe4th?ref=hl. Join the fun!

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02/27/15
Prescott's 4th Friday Art Walk at 'Tis

In the Main Gallery: 2015 Printmaker's Show Feb. 26 - March 24, 2015
In the Mezzanine Gallery 
"Little Treasures" by the Granite Mountain Jewelry Artists. Wearable small sculpture adorning the body like a magnificent little treasure by Joy Tkach, Lynne Duncan, Debbie Thomas, Dan Cassetta, Jami Conroy, and Cindi Shaffer. The show features a wide array of techniques and style of resin work, forging, texturing, patina and much more. February 15th - March 14th. Artists Reception Friday February 27th 5-7pm (In conjunction with Prescott’s 4th Friday Art Walk)

 


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02/27/15
Live Nude(Plant)s

Live Nude(Plant)s is a new lunch-time, open drawing hour at Prescott College's Natural History Institute.

Each session a new assortment of living and preserved plants, as well as insect and bird specimens, and other ethically-sourced artifacts from nature, will be available to sketch. Artists must bring their own supplies. ($5 suggested donation, students free)

noon-1pm, every 2nd & 4th Friday, in the Natural History Institute Gallery.

Runs January 23-April 24. *March 13 the Institute is closed for spring break.*

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02/27/15
Headwaters Biodiversity: Life in SW Springs

Headwaters Biodiversity:  Life in Southwestern Springs—with guest speaker Larry Stevens of the Springs Stewardship Institute

Springs are areas where groundwater meets the surface of the Earth, and while being exceedingly high in biological and cultural value, are among the most threatened, and least understood ecosystems on the planet. 

Larry Stevens studies springs in the arid southwest, with special attention to the invertebrates that inhabit them. He works as Curator of Ecology at the Museum of Northern Arizona and the Director of the Springs Stewardship at MNA. 

Co-sponsor of this talk is the Butte Creek Restoration Council. Professor Joel Barnes will start the evening with an update on the recent progress and future restoration plans on Lower Butte Creek, the centerpiece of the Prescott College campus, and part of the Upper Granite Creek Watershed.

This talk also compliments an insect sampling workshop, which takes place the following morning from 9-noon. Go to www.naturalhistoryinstitute.org for more information.

This event is free and open to the public.

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02/28/15
Raised Bed Gardening Best Practices / Free Class

Watters Garden Center
See if raised garden beds are right for you. Students learn the correct materials to build with, soils 101, the right food for the right plant and more. Learn, Grow, Love your garden as it rises above the rocks and boulders in the yard. For less care and ease think “Raised Beds”.

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02/28/15
Ultimate tribute to Barbra Streisand

“The Ultimate Tribute to BARBRA STREISAND”
Presented by: TAD Management
Saturday, February 28th 2015 - 7:00pm
$22/$25

Sharon’s career as a Barbra Streisand Impersonator/Tribute artist began in 1992, when Sharon moved to Los Angeles where she began singing Streisand in dinner theaters and cabaret night clubs.  Her uncanny resemblance and vocal ability to sing Streisand, started her career as a Legends performer. Soon after discovering her Streisand sound, she graced one of the finest stages in Europe, in Berlin, Germany, “Stars in Concert”.  She also appears in “Legends in Concert” at the Bally’s Hotel and Casino, Atlantic City. In the summer of 2004,  Sharon turned to television where she was crowned a winner on the TV show  with Fox called “Performing As…”
 
Her national success has created a whirl wind of Barbra fans waiting to seeSharon’s famous tribute. Since her TV success, she has been seen on Access Hollywood, Extra, Entertainment Tonight and even paid a visit to the Family Feud.

She has been performing her “Tribute to Barbra Streisand” to critical acclaim
Nationwide in major showrooms, for corporate events and as a Headliner in
Las Vegas.  In June 2007 on ABC, Sharon was seen once again on national TV in the show “The Next Best Thing”. Sharon decided after the ABC show that she wasn't the "next best thing....Her name is Sharon.
 

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02/28/15
Country Western Dance Party

Country Music Keeps My Boots Tapping!

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02/28/15
Insect Sampling for Restoration

Insect Sampling for Restoration
—led by NHI's Curator of Insects, Ty Fitzmorris, with guest, Larry Stevens, Curator of Ecology and Invertebrates at the Museum of Northern Arizona 

This hands-on workshop teaches four methods of collecting insects for scientific study. All insect specimens and data collected during the workshop will become part of the Natural History Institute’s invertebrate collection and are part of a long-term study that seeks to know how restoration efforts on Lower Butte Creek are affecting the diversity and density of invertebrate populations.

($10 suggested donation, students free) 

This event is co-sponsored by the Butte Creek Restoration Council
 

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03/02/15
Prescott High School Jazzl Concert

an evening of jazz provided by the PHS Jazz Band and Combo

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03/03/15
Campus Conversations: Dana and Nina

Campus Conversations with Anthropologist and Professor Dana Oswald, and Rabbi Nina Perlmutter

Natural history—the practice of attentiveness to the more-than-human world—manifests in many ways: through scientific research, visual arts, philosophy, and more. Campus Conversations is an ongoing series that brings pairs of practitioners from different backgrounds for an informal, facilitated dialogue about the role of natural history in their lives and work. These stimulating conversations will be spontaneous and include opportunities for audience participation.

On Tuesday, March 3 at 5pm we are featuring Anthropologist and Professor Dana Oswald, and Rabbi Nina Perlmutter

Campus Conversations is a free event open to the entire community, and hosted by the Natural History Institute in their gallery at 312 Grove Ave., at Prescott College.

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03/05/15
Luck of the Irish

“Luck of the Irish”
Presented by:  Lonely Street Productions
Thursday, March 5th @ 7:00pm
$22/$25
Grab a pint and join us for a whale of a time! You won’t need a four-leaf clover to know that you’ve stumbled upon a pot of gold. Luck of the Irish promises plenty of surprises: you might find yourself doing a jig, singing along with an Irish fiddler, playing a penny whistle, reciting a limerick, or taking part in an authentic contra-dance. Don’t worry, though – we’ll make sure to sing Danny Boy before the night is through.
 

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03/06/15
Bring Back that Lovin' Feelin'

“Bring Back that Lovin’ Feelin’”
Presented by:  Lonely Street Productions
Friday, March 6th @ 7:00pm
$22/$25
The term “blue-eyed soul,” originally coined in the 60s, refers to musicians who were influenced by soul rhythm and blues. Sensational artists such as The Righteous Brothers, The Kingsmen, The Rascals and Dion were the cornerstones of this movement, and their music has inspired artists ever since. Bring Back That Lovin’ Feelin’ features classics including Unchained Melody, Just Once in My Life, Money, Louie Louie, Runaround Sue, and The Wanderer. Sit back and enjoy this soulfully sensational evening.

 

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03/07/15
Controlling Gophers, Bugs & Disease in the Garden / Free Class

Watters Garden Center
If you let these pest gain a foothold they are nearly impossible to rid from your garden, until now. Learn all the rat deadly secrets to a disease free garden this spring. This free class fills early so bring a cup of coffee, a notepad and your owns chair and learn how to shoo those pest away this spring.

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03/07/15
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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03/07/15
The Big Band Theory

“The Big Band Theory”
Presented by:  TAD Management
Saturday, March 7th 2015 - 7:00pm
$22/$25
What happens when you put together the sounds of a BIG BAND with the voices of our featured artist Rod Stewart, along with Michael Buble, Natalie Cole and other stylists?  PURE MAGIC!   Rod Stewart’s most recent releases have concentrated on songwriters such as Irving Berlin, Cole Porter and George and Ira Gershwin, among others.  His style of music includes American Pop Standards, Soul, Motown and the Blues.   Join us when Gregory Wolfe interprets songs from Rod Stewart’s outstanding array of hits.  Gregory has performed his act of impersonating Rod Stewart around the globe to sell-out crowds.  Close your eyes and you might not be able to tell the difference.  The evening will also include the music of Michael Buble and Natalie Cole all backed by the incredible TAD big band!
 

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03/07/15
 -07/19/15
Happy Birthday, George! 100 Years of Inspiration

An exhibit celebrating George Phippen’s 100th Birthday with art from concept sketches to finished work.


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03/09/15
 -03/13/15
Spring Zoo Camp

Join Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary this spring for an exciting and fun experience at Spring Zoo Camp. This year’s theme is Animal Behavior 101: Why does the bear go to his night house on cue? Why does the fox bury his food? Learn how the zoo keepers use animals’ natural behaviors to help train the animals.  Bridge, target and reward your way to mastering the art of behavioral training. Each day is packed with activities!  Children will create animal art, tour the Sanctuary, meet live animals up close and play some fun animal games during this exciting week!

Hurry now to call for your reservation, limited spots available!  Spring Session is March 9th through the 13th.  Camp runs from 8:30am to 3:00pm Monday- Friday.  Age groups are 6-8 year olds and 9-12 year olds.  The cost per week is $150/members and $175/non-members.  Don’t miss the fun! For registration and more information visit the HPZS website at HeritageParkZoo.org or stop by the HPZS gift shop for an application. Contact 928-778-4242 ext 18 for more information. Pre-registration is required.


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03/11/15
NAU-NACOG Series-Human Performance Technology

Northern Arizona Council of Governments
NACOG and NAU-Yavapai are partnering to conduct a series of 6-monthly seminars focusing on Advanced Business Performance and Industry Innovation, led by Dr. James A. Subach, Lead Faculty Member of Entrepreneurship at NAU-Yavapai.  The series is aimed at mid and higher level mangement and business owners who want to keep their business and labor strong, and want to build a thriving, competitive local market and international outreach.  You will receive information on successful, proven methods that are used globally but not well known.  If you want to grow your business and do it faster, then these seminars are are for you!

WHEN:  Second Wednesday of the month, beginning 9/10/14
TIME:  6-8PM (optional overflow discussion until 9PM)
Sessions will alternate between NACOG-Prescott and NAU-Yavapai Campus in Prescott Valley.

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03/11/15
Ribbon Cutting / Remodel / Motel 6

The Prescott Chamber of Commerce will conduct a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and their recent Remodel Project at Motel 6

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03/14/15
Salad Bowl Gardening with Herbs & Edible Flowers / $20 Class

Watters Garden Center
Listen to this class for free, but the first participants to sign up get all the attention. Learn the hardiest herbs for mountain gardens and how to plant them with other edible highlights that are not only pretty, but fun to eat. Student will be harvesting fresh herbs within weeks of this class.
March 14 – Salad Gardening with Herbs & Edible 

 

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03/14/15
Paperback Writer - The BEATLES Experience

“Paperback Writer - THE BEATLES EXPERIENCE”
Presented by:  TAD Management
Saturday, March 14th 2015 - 7:00pm
$22/$25
 
Paperback Writer – The Beatles Experience takes it’s audience on a trip through the musical years of the world’s most popular rock group of all time! Hear the hits from the Ed Sullivan Show through the colorful Sgt. Pepper’s years and on to the roof tops of Let It Be performed with “spot on” vocal, look and sound alike ability. This national show is featured at Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure park, Hard Rock Hotel resorts as well as dazzling audiences across the United States and around the world performing for fairs, major casinos and the cruise industry.  Paperback Writer has performed in South America, The Caribbean, and Japan. Take a look at what the national critics are saying:
“Heads above the Beatles shows I’ve heard!” Eagle Press Cleveland, Ohio.
“Sensational show for all ages” Los Angeles Times
“Remarkably authentic! Amazing vocals!” Bloomingdale (Chicago) Times.
“The Look, The Sound…Amazing” San Francisco Chronicle.
“Paperback Writer is guaranteed to bring audiences the most precise experience of The Beatles as humanly possible” Disney Entertainment.
“Our first choice in Beatles shows…hands down!” Holland America Cruise Lines. 

Don’t miss the Paperback Writer Show, a true “Beatles Experience”- A good time will be had by all!
 

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03/14/15
Sculpting from Nature

Renowned wildlife artist Ken Rowe will discuss and demonstrate his tips and techniques for sculpting wildlife. Ken has called Sedona home since December 1995. Born in Arizona, he was influenced by drawing and painting with his mother as well as his love of the outdoors. Ken’s first introduction to wildlife art was in the field of taxidermy. For 14 years, he and Monica owned and operated a successful taxidermy studio during which time Ken submerged himself in a profession that demanded an intense study of anatomy and wildlife physiology. Ken believes this in-depth knowledge is an extremely important quality to possess as a wildlife artist. He has been a full-time, award-winning sculptor for the past 19 years; the scale of his work ranges from small maquettes to large monuments.


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03/15/15
 -04/14/15
"Hand & Eye" by George Lewis and Victoria Page

 In the Mezzanine Gallery: “Hand and Eye” Ceramics by the Hand of Victoria Page and Photography through the Eye of George Lewis March 15 – April 14, 2015. Show Reception Friday March 27th 5 – 7 PM (In conjunction with Prescott’s 4th Friday Art Walk) 

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03/18/15
The Women Airforce Service Pilots of World War II

In recognition of national Women’s History Month, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) Aviation History Program presents the unique and fascinating story of the women who flew in WW II as members of the Women’s Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) by Natalie Stewart-Smith, adjunct faculty ERAU College of Arts and Sciences.  Her thesis on the WASP was the very first academic study of this organization.  The study is based on extensive research and numerous personal interviews, including with WASP founder Jacqueline Cochran. The military contribution of women fliers during World War I and their aviation activities during the years between WWI and WWII, a seldom heard part of the WASP story, is foundational and included.


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03/19/15
Evening Mixer / La Quinta Inn & Suites

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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03/19/15
 -03/22/15
Good People

Welcome to Southie, a Boston neighborhood where a night on the town means a few rounds of bingo, where this month’s paycheck covers last month’s bills, and where Margie Walsh has just been let go from yet another job. Facing eviction and scrambling to catch a break, Margie thinks an old fling who’s made it out of Southie might be her ticket to a fresh new start. But is this apparently self-made man secure enough to face his humble beginnings? Margie is about to risk what little she has left to find out. With his signature humorous glow, Lindsay-Abaire explores the struggles, shifting loyalties and unshakeable hopes that come with having next to nothing in America.
March 19, 20, 21, 26, 27, 28, April 2, 3, 4, at 7:30 pm and March 22, 29 April 4 at 2:00 pm. Visit www.pca-az.net for more information or tickets.

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03/19/15
Guest Talk: Pollination Station

Pollination Station: The science behind creating & conserving pollinator habitat
—presented by Lisa Zander, Program Coordinator & Collections Manager for the Natural History Institute.

The alarming disappearance of insect pollinators, heralded by the conspicuous loss of Monarch butterfly and honeybee populations, is capturing international attention and inspiring curiosity and research about the lives of these charismatic mini fauna.

“Pollination Station,”  will explore the inextricable & fascinating connection between insect pollinators and plant communities, what is threatening these relationships, and what can be done to reverse their declining numbers.

This talk is a free event open to the entire community, and hosted by the Natural History Institute in their gallery at 312 Grove Ave., at Prescott College. 

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03/21/15
 -03/22/15
Prescott Home & Sports Expo

The Prescott Home & Sports Expo will be held at Yavapai College Saturday from 9-5 and Sunday 9-4. Come out to see great ideas for your home projects along with great sports activities as well. This event is free to the public and will be a fun interactive event with something to do for everyone. Please feel free to contact John at 928-533-1366 or john@elliottenterprisesllc,com.

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03/21/15
Advanced Container Designs / $35 Class

Watters Garden Center
Lisa Lain has been creating container designs for decades. This 3 step program puts the floral style back into your garden. The class is free to onlookers, but the first 12 students to sign up create their own design with her professional guidance and take it home same day. Come ready to get your hands dirty and your container beautiful. Bring your own pot, professionals are available all day for professional advice & help.

 

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03/21/15
ABBA FAB

“ABBA FAB”
Presented by:  TAD Management
Saturday, March 21st 2015 - 7:00pm
$22/$25
ABBA FAB is a stunning tribute to the music of ABBA featuring sensational vocalists and a line-up of stellar musicians.  This multimedia production is a tribute to some of the greatest music produced in the 1970’s and 1980’s, including monster hits such as Waterloo, Fernando, Honey Honey, Dancing Queen and many others.  From the earliest hits to Mama Mia, ABBA FAB will take you on an ABBA journey that is unmatched.
 
Our vocalists and musicians have toured the world as solo artists and as band members and have come together to create the most entertaining ABBA tribute on the market today.   ABBA’s record breaking string of hits is timeless and continues to thrill audiences of all ages. There’s no generation gap here; just memorable music and memories and ABBA FAB covers them all. 
 
There’s no doubt that the ABBA FAB vibe is infectious!  Their vocals and musicianship are second to none.  ABBA fans love it and new ABBA fans are created at every show. It’s that fan loyalty that keeps ABBA FAB on top as TAD MANAGEMENT’S best-selling tribute.  Although ABBA FAB consistently plays to SRO audiences across the USA and abroad, we’re thrilled to return to Prescott for another performance at the one-of-a kind Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center. 
 

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03/21/15
Riding with the Duke: John Wayne in AZ

John Wayne was born in Iowa and lived for most of his adult life in California.  Yet, he spent many years exploring, living, and investing in Arizona, where he produced his own films, raised cattle, operated a game ranch, and was seemingly everywhere at once. Wayne remains an iconic presence in American popular culture. In this presentation, by Greg McNamee at the Phippen Museum on Saturday March 21 at 1pm will look at the Duke’s long career in Arizona and the memories he left behind.  Mr. McNamee is a writer, editor, photographer, and publisher.  He is the author of thirty-six books and of more than four thousand articles and other publications. He is a contributing editor to the Encyclopædia Britannica, a research fellow at the Southwest Center of the University of Arizona, and a lecturer in the Eller School of Management, also at the University of Arizona.  This program is present with the cooperation of the Arizona Humanities.
 

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03/22/15
The Phoenix Symphony in Prescott

The Phoenix Symphony will present a concert of Webern, Chopin, and Mendelssohn.  The orchestra, conducted by Tito Munoz, will be performing Webern's Im Sommerwind, Mendelssohn's Symphony No. 4 in A Major, and Chopin's Concerto No.1 in E minor for Piano and Orchestra with acclaimed pianist Louis Lortie as soloist  Tickets are from $28 to $39 and are only available through the Yavapai Symphony Association at (928) 776-4255.

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03/22/15
American Made - Presidio Boys

“American Made – Presidio Boys”
Presented by:  Lonely Street Productions
Sunday, March 22nd @ 7:00pm
$22/$25
Nothing rivals the pure sound of a country-gospel quartet, and we’re bringing you one of the best! This accomplished group of musicians masterfully recreates the hits of Country and Gospel Music’s favorite vocal groups- including the Oak Ridge Boys, the Statler Brothers, the Cathedrals and more!  American Made brings you the rich harmonies on hits like Elvira, Bobby Sue, Flowers On The Wall, and Hello Mary Lou to name a few. Come on out and clap your hands and stomp your feet to best of Country Gospel!
 

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03/22/15
Young Playwrighters Fesitval

Now in it’s fifth year, the Young Playwrights Festival allows area youth to write a short play and have chance to see it performed live on the PCA stage! Original short plays, 10 pages or less, can be submitted usually between September and December for  consideration into the festival. Students K-12 living in Yavapai, Coconino, Mohave, Navajo, Apache, La Paz, Yuma, Pima, and Santa Cruz counties are eligible to enter.  Produced authors receive prizes from area merchants, certificates and a YPF tote bag. First, second and third place, judges choice and audience choice award winners will receive cash prizes!  
March 22 at 2pm and 6pm. Visit www.pca-az.net for more information or tickets.

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03/26/15
 -03/29/15
Good People

Welcome to Southie, a Boston neighborhood where a night on the town means a few rounds of bingo, where this month’s paycheck covers last month’s bills, and where Margie Walsh has just been let go from yet another job. Facing eviction and scrambling to catch a break, Margie thinks an old fling who’s made it out of Southie might be her ticket to a fresh new start. But is this apparently self-made man secure enough to face his humble beginnings? Margie is about to risk what little she has left to find out. With his signature humorous glow, Lindsay-Abaire explores the struggles, shifting loyalties and unshakeable hopes that come with having next to nothing in America.
March 19, 20, 21, 26, 27, 28, April 2, 3, 4, at 7:30 pm and March 22, 29 April 4 at 2:00 pm. Visit www.pca-az.net for more information or tickets.

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03/27/15
Job Fair "2015"

Join us at this years "2015" Job Fair hosted by Prescott Chamber of Commerce, Northern Arizona Council of Governments, DES Employment Service and Goodwill Industries.
Friday, March 27th 10AM-2PM @ Yavapai College Gymnasium.

Event is Free for Job Seekers
 

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03/27/15
Prescott's 4th Friday Art Walk

On the 4th Friday of every month over 18  Prescott art galleries remain open late.  Visitors & local residents can experience an evening of fun, conversation, food, music and ART! For event information go to www.artthe4th.com or visit on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ArtThe4th?ref=hl. Join the fun!

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03/27/15
Live Nude(Plant)s

Live Nude(Plant)s is a new lunch-time, open drawing hour at Prescott College's Natural History Institute.

Each session a new assortment of living and preserved plants, as well as insect and bird specimens, and other ethically-sourced artifacts from nature, will be available to sketch. Artists must bring their own supplies. ($5 suggested donation, students free)

noon-1pm, every 2nd & 4th Friday, in the Natural History Institute Gallery.

Runs January 23-April 24. *March 13 the Institute is closed for spring break.*

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03/27/15
Prescott's 4th Friday Art Walk at 'Tis

 In the Mezzanine Gallery: “Hand and Eye” Ceramics by the Hand of Victoria Page and Photography through the Eye of George Lewis March 15 – April 14, 2015.
In the Main Gallery: " 2015 Photography Show" Art Walk Reception Friday March 27th 5 – 7 PM (In conjunction with Prescott’s 4th Friday Art Walk) 

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03/28/15
Prescott Chamber Orchestra

Orchestral and choral presentation of "Mass in B Minor" by J.S. Bach

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03/28/15
Grape, Brambles & Blueberries to the Kitchen / Free Class

Watters Garden Center
Students learn the best grapes, berries and all things vegetable along with plant foods and an ever increasing harvest. Dozens and dozens of fruiting varieties will be on hand and all the professionals to help you increase the eats in your landscape. 10% coupon off any fertilizer, sprays and pest controls mentioned at the class.

 

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03/28/15
Magic of Motown

“Magic of Motown”
Presented by:  TAD Management
Saturday, March 28th @ 7:00pm
$22/$25
It’s pretty well known universally that Motown is an American record company founded by Berry Gordy in 1959 in Detroit - one that went on to achieve spectacular success for a small record company: 79 records in the Top Ten between 1960 and 1969.  The Magic of Motown is another solid production from TAD Management, and guarantees to have everyone dancing in their seats...IF you can stay seated!  Magic of Motown features timeless hits from The Temptations, The Four Tops, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, The Supremes, Martha Reeves & the Vandellas, Smokey Robinson, Tami Terrell, The Marvelettes, Gladys Knight  and more.  This show will really have a hold on you & there’s little doubt the memories will help re-create the sunshine of your life. Even if your papa WAS a rolling stone, there’s not a single reason to shop around. This is one you DON’T want to miss.

 

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03/28/15
Father Kino: Journey to Discovery

Join Dr. Barbara Jaquay at the Phippen Museum on Saturday March 28 at 1pm at the Phippen Museum as she discusses the journeys of Father Kino.  Through his many diaries and letters it is obvious that Father Kino was more than a missionary who worked among the Native Americans. While his name is often associated with the San Xavier del Bac Mission, he was also a skilled mathematician and cartographer. He made more than 40 expeditions during his life while living in what was called Pimería Alta. His travels resulted in the first detailed map of the area and information on the people and cultures of the region.  With a Ph.D. in geography, it comes as no surprise that Barbara Jaquay has hosted visitors from many countries and that she herself has traveled to over forty, including India, Bhutan, Nepal, China, Cuba, and out-of-the way islands such as Robinson Crusoe, Easter Island and the Galapagos. She has even hiked the Himalayas in pursuit of furthering her knowledge of archaeological, historical, and geographical mysteries. Jaquay has written several publications on topics concerning Middle America and Arizona Native Americans. Currently, she is working on several Arizona geographical projects and publications. This program is present with the cooperation of the Arizona Humanities.
 

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03/29/15
Good Rockin' LIVE

“Good Rockin’ LIVE”
Presented by:  Lonely Street Productions
Sunday, March 29th @ 7:00pm
$22/$25
This live concert event pays tribute to the birth of rock and roll and the music legends that Sun Records helped propel to stardom.  In 1952, Sun Studios opened up shop in a small storefront in Memphis, TN, setting off a chain of events that would change the course of musical history. In a few short years, this little record company produced superstars such as Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, Roy Orbison, and B.B. King.  Good Rockin' LIVE!, with hits like Great Balls of Fire, Folsom Prison Blues, That's All Right Mama, and Blue Suede Shoes, tells the tale of how rock was born through the music and stories of those who lived it.
 

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04/02/15
 -04/04/15
Good People

Welcome to Southie, a Boston neighborhood where a night on the town means a few rounds of bingo, where this month’s paycheck covers last month’s bills, and where Margie Walsh has just been let go from yet another job. Facing eviction and scrambling to catch a break, Margie thinks an old fling who’s made it out of Southie might be her ticket to a fresh new start. But is this apparently self-made man secure enough to face his humble beginnings? Margie is about to risk what little she has left to find out. With his signature humorous glow, Lindsay-Abaire explores the struggles, shifting loyalties and unshakeable hopes that come with having next to nothing in America.
March 19, 20, 21, 26, 27, 28, April 2, 3, 4, at 7:30 pm and March 22, 29 April 4 at 2:00 pm. Visit www.pca-az.net for more information or tickets.

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04/04/15
Drip Irrigation Design and Install / Free Class

Watters Garden Center
Newest technologies in irrigation introduced. It's time to turn that irrigation back on. Learn the benefits of drip irrigation, the best emitters and parts, how to set a system up or add to it. With the right system you can save water and have healthier plants all at the same time. We will also go over how to properly set up and run an irrigation clock.
 

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04/10/15
Live Nude(Plant)s

Live Nude(Plant)s is a new lunch-time, open drawing hour at Prescott College's Natural History Institute.

Each session a new assortment of living and preserved plants, as well as insect and bird specimens, and other ethically-sourced artifacts from nature, will be available to sketch. Artists must bring their own supplies. ($5 suggested donation, students free)

noon-1pm, every 2nd & 4th Friday, in the Natural History Institute Gallery.

Runs January 23-April 24. *March 13 the Institute is closed for spring break.*

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04/11/15
The Spouse Whisperer - Comedy

“The Spouse Whisperer”
Presented by: TAD Management
Saturday, April 11th 2015 - 7:00pm
$22/$25

From the comedic mind of award winning comedian, Mark Cordes, Tad Management is proud to welcome The SPOUSE WHISPERER. Mark will take you on a comedic journey from ‘love at first sight” thru ‘til death do us part’ and all the funny stuff in between.  “The definition of stand-up comedy-a master jokesmith, sophisticated, clever and clean.”….Minneapolis Star-Tribune
"Your show is hilarious. I never stopped laughing"...Robin Williams
 

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04/11/15
Cowboys and Cowgirls: Icons of the West

Few symbols have been more durable than the American cowboy. Join Prof. Betsy Fahlman for a discussion on this American Icon at the Phippen Museum on Saturday April 11 at 1pm.  This program will give an overview of this populist figure, whose image was first defined by painters Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell. Also important to the story are brave cowgirls and the Mexican vaqueros. Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show showcased mythic cowboy culture, with singing cowboys, pretty girls on horses, and plenty of Indians in his internationally popular extravaganzas that for many defined the American West. Arizona’s contribution to this chronicle is significant, and includes Lon Megargee (the state’s original cowboy artist). Contemporary artists continue to portray this tradition.  Betsy Fahlman is a Professor of Art History at Arizona State University.  An authority on the art history of Arizona, her books include New Deal Art in Arizona (2009) and The Cowboy's Dream: The Mythic Life and Art of Lon Megargee (2002). This program is present with the cooperation of the Arizona Humanities. This program is present with the cooperation of the Arizona Humanities

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04/12/15
Central Arizona Concert Band

Brass-Wind band concert featuring traditional marches and other works

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04/16/15
Evening Mixer / Bucky's Casino

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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04/17/15
 -04/19/15
Mile High Classic Soccer Tournament

Youth Soccer Tournament

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04/18/15
 -04/19/15
Chalk It UP! Prescott

Chalk It UP! Prescott  Arizona’s premiere community street painting event will host the 7th annual festival on April 18 & 19, 2015, 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 928-308-9651. 

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04/18/15
Earth Day Celebration

Celebrate "2015" Earth Day with Energy Savings Tips, Solar, Water Usage, Fire Safety, Wild Life Exhibits, Natural Art, Hand Made Jewlery, Organic Food Samples, Face Painting, Dance Groups and Live Entertainment.  Fun For Everyone!
 

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04/19/15
The Phoenix Symphony in Prescott

The Phoenix Symphony will present a concert of Beethoven, Guilmant and Mozart.  The orchestra, conducted by Tito Munoz, will be performing Beethoven's Leonore Overture No. 3, Mozart's Symphony No. 40 in G minor, and Guilmant's Symphony No.1 for Organ and Orchestra with acclaimed organist Paul Jacobs as soloist  Tickets are from $28 to $39 and are only available through the Yavapai Symphony Association at (928) 776-4255.

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04/19/15
Collecting the West: The Art of Collecting

Join us for a Sunday Seminar Series designed for the Western Art Collector.  Sunday April 19 join Western art collectors Daved and Alice Johnson at they discuss topics including: Collecting, conservation, preservation, appraisals, composition and the like.  Collecting the West: The Art of Collecting with David and Alice Johnson.  Sunday April 19, 2015 from 2-4pm.
 

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04/24/15
 -04/26/15
"The Whiskey Off-Road" Mountain Bike Event

With Prescott serving as a Keynote American, outdoor enthusiast host community to the first stop in the Epic Rides Off-Road series, boasting some of America's best mountain bike destinations, largest cash purses, and offering a full 3-days of mountain bike culture accented by free live music. The 12th Annual Whiskey Off-Road

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04/24/15
Live Nude(Plant)s

Live Nude(Plant)s is a new lunch-time, open drawing hour at Prescott College's Natural History Institute.

Each session a new assortment of living and preserved plants, as well as insect and bird specimens, and other ethically-sourced artifacts from nature, will be available to sketch. Artists must bring their own supplies. ($5 suggested donation, students free)

noon-1pm, every 2nd & 4th Friday, in the Natural History Institute Gallery.

Runs January 23-April 24. *March 13 the Institute is closed for spring break.*

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04/25/15
Cruise-in for the Veterans Car Show

This car show raises money for the Veterans. The money is used for things that our government does not pay for and is not given to the general fund.  The car show is in its fourth year. Rain date is May 2nd, 2015. There will be trophies, raffle prizes, silent auction, vendors, a swap meet and a corral for cars that are for sale. All vehicles are welcome. The Veterans in attendance vote on the cars for trophies. Car show is from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Show participants can arive from 6:30 to 8:30. Location is at Frontier Village, 1841 State Route 69, Prescott, Az. 

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04/25/15
Walk MS: Prescott

Connect. Walk MS.            

Walk MS connects people living with MS and those who care about them. It is an experience unlike any other—a day to come together, to celebrate the progress we've made and to show the power of our connections.

When you participate in Walk MS, the funds you raise give hope to over 8,000 people living with MS in our communities. The dollars raised support life-changing programs and cutting-edge research. Every connection counts.

Register now, connect with others and start fundraising today!

Address: Yavapai Community College- 1100 E. Sheldon St, Prescott, Arizona
Registration Opens: 8:30 am
Walk Starts:  10 am

Walk Route Length: .8 miles (short route) or 1.50 miles (long route- continues on and weaves through the Northern Arizona Veterans Health Care Campus)


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