The Prescott Bluegrass Festival is Looking for Sponsors!

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The Prescott Bluegrass Festival started as a fiddle contest dedicated to a local fiddler. in the mid-80’s it took on the character of a typical bluegrass festival. Until the mid-90’s, the event was held at Watson lake Park and then moved to its current downtown location on the Yavapai County Courthouse Plaza in 1996. At that time, the event changed […]

Town of Dewey-Humboldt Looking for Volunteer of the Year Nominations!

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Everyday Dewey-Humboldt volunteers generously give their time and service to help others. Now here is your chance to give back by nominating a deserving individual for his/her outstanding service through the Town’s Volunteer of the Year program. Who is eligible?: The nomination is open to all Dewey-Humboldt residents who have volunteered in 2019. Nominees need to have been volunteers as […]

Olsen’s Healthy Animal Lifestyle Scholarship Program

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The Olsen family values the Healthy Animal Lifestyle and would like to support area High School Seniors that currently and in the future plan to include animals in their lifestyle with a one-time scholarship valued at up to $1000 each. Olsen’s Healthy Animal Lifestyle Scholarship Application Criteria Applicants must meet the following criteria to be considered for Olsen’s Scholarship Awards: […]

Fourth Grader Wins 2020 Yavapai County Spelling Bee – For the 2nd Time

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Home-schooled 4th grader Aliyah Alpert emerged as champion on the 166th word in the 14th round during the 74th annual Yavapai County Spelling Bee, Friday, February 21st, in the Phillip England auditorium at Camp Verde Middle School. “Miss Alpert, an extremely composed, articulate, confident and poised young lady, was also the 2019 Spelling Bee Winner, when she was a third […]

Intro to Foundation Training

Deb will lead you on a journey of discovering Foundation Training for all while weaving yoga principals into the movement patterns. Discover what all the excitement of Foundation Training is, while on your “yoga” mat. Finish with a crystal singing bowl sound session and walk away with a more powerful posture. Cost- $24 Register Here –

The Vandevier Breaks

Rock and Roll for the soul

Clear the Kennels ~ Bella’s Flagstaff Pet Adoption Event

We will be partnering with the Coconino Humane Association to sponsor an adoption event. We will have a mixture of cats and dogs ready for their Fur-ever Homes.

12th Annual Viola Awards

Help us celebrate 39 fantastic individuals and organizations that make Flagstaff a wonderful place to live and visit. This year’s star studded event honors Legacy Award recipients artist Shonto Begay and scientist Dr. Paul Keim. Purchase your tickets early! Prices increase Monday, February 24. Arts Council members save $20. Table sponsorships are available. 37 incredible finalists are recognized in 9 Read more […]

Living the Dream: Secrets to Getting in Print

Come get your questions answered about publishing and marketing for authors of all kinds!

Stickley Room by Room – A special tour of Riordan Mansion

Join us for a Stickley furniture tour of Riordan Mansion. Enjoy hearing which were Caroline and Timothy Riordan’s favorite chairs. Hear how the five Stickley Brothers competed and mostly succeeded in a very competitive market. The house has 17 Gustav Stickley and four L&JG pieces. You will see five very rare pieces with metal inlay embellishment designed by Gustav Stickley’s Read more […]

Ben Ordaz Tuba/Euphonium Recital

Dr. Ordaz, Lecturer of Tuba/Euphonium at NAU, will be joined by pianist Daryl Shay and the members of the Elden Brass Quintet to play music by Krzysztof Penderecki, Blake Downs, JS Bach, JB Arban, and Trygve Madsen

Def-i Deserted Oceans’ Tour

Following 2019’s album Dream Trails, iconic New Mexico artist Def-I is preparing to release his sixth studio project, Deserted Oceans, on March 6th of this year. Join us at The Hive (Flagstaff, AZ) on Sunday, March 8th for an all-ages Hip-Hop concert featuring live performances & more from Def-i, T.R.3 (ATL, GA), Lex, Boom Box Bros, & An Illustrated Mess. Read more […]

International Women’s Day

Come to Lululemon Flagstaff to experience self-reflection and emerge feeling connected. Plus come in anytime to receive a surprise and delight on us. We love you Flagstaff.

Viola & the Brakemen at Flagstaff Brewing Company

Viola & the Brakemen- March 8th at FBC 2-5PM

Full Moon Activation ~ Super Moon in Virgo

Join us March 8th for a Super Moon in Virgo! This powerful moon will help us to get grounded in our dream setting. This Earth sign is good for planning, and creating solid foundations. The past moons, we’ve been able to fully visualize our dreams, this month is a time to concretize them into reality. Virgo is a great worker Read more […]

Will Duncan Lively Discussion & Stories from the Ashram

Known for his down-to-earth humor and ease, Will Duncan teaches by way of inquiry and lively discussion pushing students to think clearly for themselves and to uncover their own insights. Will has taught throughout the world including Asia, Europe, Eastern Europe, South America and throughout the United States. He is a lecturer, meditation teacher, yoga instructor, retreat leader, and lavender Read more […]

The Classics with Shondra Jepperson

Dance the night away to all your old, and some new, favorites! The Classics with Shondra will get your toes tapping for sure. Enjoy your evening relaxing with good food, wine and cocktails and beautiful music. Join us!

Women of Vision, Women of Power

A medieval nun chastising the Pope? Composing music still performed today? Sharing mystical visions with much of Europe? Reforming her own religious order? Doesn’t sound much like the work of enclosed women in a time when women had little voice in the church! But such are just a few of the accomplishments of four of the greatest women medieval mystics, Read more […]

Cult 45 at Mooneys

Cult 45 bringing it on with spaced out rock and trippy sounds with Beats /Live Band something new around here!

The Mother Road Trio

Route 66 is just a short drive away and this band will take you there! From swing to blues to everything in between these guys will make your night!

First Saturday Herbal Consultations with Brian Hornbeck

Following the 1st Wednesday herbal classes w/ Brian Hornbeck, Saturday consultations with traditional medicine healer Brian Hornbeck, are available at Synergy 10am-2pm. Meet Brian Hornbeck: For almost 30 years Brian Hornbeck has been treating people with and teaching others about Medicinal plants. His passion for the preservation of Traditional Medicine has allowed him to share his knowledge internationally and work Read more […]

Task Force Kick-off for Hope House of Sedona

Would you like to help families in Sedona that have no place to live? Then we need you!! Please join us on March 7th at The Church of the Red Rocks! Don’t forget to let Gale Lothrop know you’ll be there by emailing her-

DJ Dre

DJ Dre live at Olde Sedona Bar and Grill! 9:00 pm, No Cover! Must be 21 and over!

Women’s Self Defense Class

Share with your friends! Women’s Self Defense Class ages 13+ Bring comfortable activewear and join us for 2 hours of training. We will be focusing on: Awareness, Physical techniques (Kicking, Striking, Escapes etc.) Timing, Reaction.

Annual Meeting & Dinner

Save the date! Our Annual Meeting and Dinner will be held March 7th. Registration is required for this event as space is limited. Registration will be open until February 28th till noon.

Septima Banda y Grupos Invitados

Septima Banda and other invited bands will perform from 8pm until 1am. Huge dance floor! All ages dance. Ages 15 and under are free with paid adult. Public Onsale : Sat, 4 Jan 2020 at 11:17 AM For More info:

Sunday Tunes w/Leonard Interior & Alex Holland

Excellent way to wrap up the 1st weekend of 2021 with these guys!

Howler 6Hr and 3Hr Mountain Bike Race

This is a good old fashioned have fun and race your heart out for 6 hours kind of deal! The Howler has notoriously been a night race but we like our sleep and coffee in the morning; therefore we are making it a day race. Plus, we really wanted to make it a family event with a 3 Hour Challenge, Read more […]

March Full Moon Drum Circle

We’ll be celebrating the awakening Spring with our last indoor drum circle before we move into the great outdoors. Bring drums and dancing shoes and maybe even a few friends! Family friendly. Donations to cover space appreciated.

Transformational Sacred Drum Full Moon Journey with Walking Crow

Sacred Drum Full MoonJourney with Walking Crow “Walking Crow” and “Transformational Sacred Drum Medicine” will be taking you on a Shamanic Journey. Step into the lower, middle or upper worlds and join us on a journey to the place of the fire, where you may find your spirit guide(s), spirit animal(s) or your gifts. $30.00 per person PayPal.Me/WalkingCrow/30 Join us Read more […]

Live Country Music

Southbound guitarists play a mix of current and classic favorites as well as southern & classic rock from artists Keith Urban, Garth Brooks, George Strait, Jason Aldean, Shooter Jennings, Chris Stapleton, Johnny Cash and Tom Petty. Enjoy LIVE music while you EAT..DRINK..SHOP inside Bashford Courts on Sunday, March 8th from 1-4pm.

Spring Bunnies and Baskets

Spring is upon us. Lets make some Spring animals and colorful baskets!! Come build something special with your hands. This will be a 2 part class. First you will make your creative animals. Then you will come back to glaze after it has been fired. Both sessions are one low price. $20.00 Walk-Ins welcome from 10am to 5pm.

Skater Con 2020

We will be set up at Skatercon Slangin gear!

PCA Adult Acting Workshops

GAMES AND IMPROV WORKSHOP. This workshop is a safe and supportive opportunity to become relaxed among peers, communicate, create, and, most importantly, have fun. If you worry how you might do in a setting like this, fear not. There are no judgements only smiles, laughs and encouragement. This workshop will be a combination of group games and easy improvisation. The Read more […]

The Mikado – New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players

The critically acclaimed company that delighted local audiences with 2017’s “The Pirates of Penzance” returns with an innovative, all-new production. Travel on a fantastic voyage to a faraway land, where the timeless libretto, pageantry, forbidden romance and all of your favorite characters from this classic light opera await! $10 youth tickets available for this performance.

From Eye to Paper: Artists’ Insights, A Field Workshop

FROM EYE TO PAPER: ARTISTS’ INSIGHTS A Field Workshop with SWSBA and NHI Program Director Bob Ellis Saturday, March 7, 2020, 1PM – 5PM This field workshop, led by Southwest Society of Botanical Artists and naturalist Bob Ellis, begins at the Natural History Institute and then moves to a nearby field location where a team of artists and naturalists guide Read more […]

Karaoke Saturday at Gurley Street Sports Pub

Join us for high energy karaoke every Saturday with one of the Best Sound System in town with thousands of songs selections for everyone and every fun.

Introduction to Hospital Based Massage Therapy

Having the comfort of compassionate, supportive treatment in situation and in harmony with the Hospital protocols is essential. Join Rose Adams and Alisha Witcomb for this empowering concentration of studies. This introductory course to hospital based massage therapy will create an awareness of the rewards and challenges of working in the healthcare environment. A study of hospital protocols, contraindications, hands-on Read more […]

Experience the Sound of Soul – Cancelled

SEDONA – Experience the Sound of Soul, 11 am, Sedona Creative Life Center, 333 Schnebly Hill Rd.

Umpire Clinic

Umpire clinic – anyone interested in umpiring this year should plan on attending this informative clinic. Lunch will be provided.

Everyday Herbalism: Infuse your Favorite Foods with Medicinals

Learn how to infuse everyday recipes with a therapeutic dose of herbal goodness. Cooking with herbs and adding medicinal herbs to your meals is a simple and accessible way to boost your immune system, combat stress, provide digestive relief and much, much more! In this class we’ll explore herbs for optimal wellness and simple ways to incorporate them into your Read more […]

Comedy at Los Pinos Returns

One Night of great entertainment is coming to Los Pinos Mexican Food. This up and personal night of comedic acts will entertain you till you fall on the floor ! Food is available and reservations can be made for an additional cost. This will sell out! If you want to eat, plan accordingly! This will be a busy night for Read more […]

Pile Burning

Pile Burning Planned March 2nd-6th Along Walker Road

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Fire Managers on the Bradshaw Ranger District plan to burn piles located along Walker Road; south of the Lynx Lake Recreation Area to the community of Walker starting on Monday, March 2ndthrough Friday March 6th; weather conditions permitting. Pile burning helps to reduce hazardous fuels adjacent to the wildland urban interface and increase ecosystem and community resilience.  In the interest of […]

Our Friends, The Planets at Jim and Linda Lee Planetarium

Our Friends, The Planets takes you on an interactive trip across the Solar System. Throughout the show, we will be stopping by each of the eight planets, getting to see their unique features and learn their incredible stories. Also, look forward to special guest appearances made by the Sun and our Moon! After the show, we will be offering hands-on Read more […]

Outdoors Explorers – Cancelled

Learn about the history of Earth Day, then create jewelry using recycled materials. Use Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics (STEAM) to learn more about the natural world. For children, ages 8-12. Register online, at the Youth Desk or call 928.777.1537. Presented with funding from the Friends of the Prescott Public Library. The Outdoors Explorer Club meets rain or shine.

Monumental Weather: Photography of the Land, Air, and Sea – Cancelled

Join photographer Larry Lindahl as he takes you on a photographic tour of sites in Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona. He will talk about working with Native American guides, aerial photography shoots, and backpacking to remote ancient sites. Larry will also cover his use of night photography, light painting, creating effective panoramic images, and preserving realism in HDR processing. Read more […]

MAD Woman Poets and Tapestry – Cancelled

Celebrate Poetry Month a day early with MAD Women Poets and Tapestry in a program of original poetry and acapella choral music.  An open microphone follows.

Lapsit Storytime – Cancelled

Bring your baby for some cozy active time on your lap. The storytime will last about 20 minutes, but you are invited to linger and play.

Lapsit Storytime – Cancelled

Bring your baby for some cozy active time on your lap. The storytime will last about 20 minutes, but you are invited to linger and play.

Homework Help – Cancelled

Drop in to the library and get help with your homework from our volunteer tutors! For children, grades K-6. No registration required. For more information, contact Youth Services at 928.777.1537.