A Message from Prescott Mayor Mengarelli – June 30th

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Prescott Mayor Greg Mengarelli discussed several topics in his updates on Facebook providing important information for the residents of Prescott, Arizona. Here is the update for June 30, 2020 1. Today is the 7th of the Anniversary of the Granite Mountain Hotshots Last Alarm. At 4:42 p.m. the bell at the Yavapai County Courthouse will ring 19 times. 2. On […]

Simply The Best Cleaning Service – Prescott Maid To Order!

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Since 2005, Prescott Maid To Order has provided professional and detailed cleaning services to the greater Prescott area including Prescott, Prescott Valley, Dewey, Chino Valley and Humboldt. They are simply the best!

Welcome To “Ideal Living” With Mike Daniel

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Brought To You By Ability Remodeling

Mike Daniel is a NARI Master Certified Remodeler who has been performing award winning remodeling projects in Arizona for over 20 years. He would love to help you with yours!

Prescott Valley Mayor’s Update – June 30th

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On Tuesday, June 30th, Mayor Kell Palguta shared a video giving updates on current information. Some of the topics covered in his video: Hi everyone, we have a COVID-19 update for Prescott Valley regarding the Governor’s recent Executive Order. 📌 Governor Ducey’s recent Executive Order that went into effect as of 8:00PM last night suspended the operation of bars, gyms, movie […]

Friday Fish & Shrimp Fry

Fish and Shrimp Fry Night – Crispy Cod Filets and Shrimp specials every Friday at Redwoods Grill! Cod Fillets in a crispy light beer batter served with Crispy Fries and Cole Slaw – 2 pieces of fish $12.50 ‧ 3 pieces of fish $17 Crispy Shrimp Appetizer – 6 pieces of shrimp $10.50 Crispy Shrimp with Fries and Slaw – Read more […]

Art & Car Show

Family fun at Crooked Cane’s Art & More

Claus and Affect at Prescott Country Club

Independence Day Celebration. Celebrate with hamburgers, hot dogs, and brats on the grill at Chip Shots outdoor pavilion during the Red White and Blue Better Ball Tournament! Join us for an afternoon of Blues and Americana music.

Red White & Blue Tournament

Saturday, July 4th | 8:00 am Shotgun Red, White & Blue Tournament Come out and enjoy a fun day of golf and stay for some live music, drink specials, and BBQ lunch in the Pavilion! Format: 2 Person Team – Better Ball Cost: • Platinum Members – $20 • Masters/Sports Members – $59 • Non Members – $69 Includes: Golf, Read more […]

Teen Mom Meet Up

Are you a teen mom looking for help navigating motherhood? Would you like to learn how to use the Bible to deal with life’s challenges? Meet for coffee, snacks and conversation.

Finding Peace in Politics During a Pandemic

Guest Speaker: Sandra Zerner, M.Ed., Author and Blogger: “Finding Peace in Politics During a Pandemic.” Sandra is retired and the founder of Good2bGood.org at https://www.facebook.com/Good2bGood.org/ Zoom Link for Service: https://uuma.zoom.us

Principles of Sculpture & Moldmaking

Beginners to Intermediate K&K Studios and the Art Store offers a course on the Principles of Sculpture & Mold making. Enjoy building a bust of your loved one! Or creating a voluptuous form in plasteline clay with the correct supports. From designing in the round to the proper equipment and tool techniques to mold making, your imagination is your only Read more […]

Missy Andersen at Raven Cafe

Missy Andersen & Her One Man Band will appear at Raven Cafe on Friday, July 3, 2020, at 7:00 pm. International touring Soul-Blues Americana duo Missy Andersen and her accompanist/husband, Heine Andersen, love what they do. Keeping a heavy touring schedule, the tenacious twosome performs as a duo which showcases the couple’s individual and combined talents. A charismatic performer known Read more […]

B|b Premade Backyard Games (Curbside Pickup)

Get your backyard ready for your FOURTH OF JULY BBQ with our extensive lineup of wooden backyard games! Enjoy hours of outdoor fun with our jumbo block tower, backyard dice, and cornhole sets. Get product information, view design choices, and order your set on our website… we’ll make it for you to pick up on Friday, July 3rd from 3 Read more […]

Live’STREAM’! World’s Oldest Rodeo 2020, Live Online

Live’STREAM’! World’s Oldest Rodeo 2020, Live Online Live Stream: https://streamingtvlive.xyz/rodeo-tv/ Venue: Rodeo Dr, Prescott, AZ Starting Date: Monday, June 29, 2020 End Date: Sunday, July 5, 2020 Sanctioned: PRCA Broadcast: The Cowboy Channel, CowboyChannelPlus The World’s Oldest Rodeo will bring together world-top contestant, both human and animal, with eight pro rodeo performances taking place inside the Prescott Rodeo Grounds. Each Read more […]

First Friday Car Show

Join us at the first of many First Friday events! A Community Car Show for ALL cars. Free Admission, Free Entries, come down and show off your favorite vehicle!

Vice President Mike Pence to Visit Arizona

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On Wednesday, July 1st, Vice President Pence will travel to Phoenix, Arizona. There, the Vice President will meet with Governor Ducey regarding the efforts the state is taking to combat COVID-19. Following, the Vice President and Governor Ducey will participate in a press gaggle. Later that evening, the Vice President will return to Washington D.C. Vice President Pence’s flight is […]

Creative Kids Kits – Virtual Summer “Camp” Option

Order July 1 through July 7 at midnight with code SUMMER2020 to receive $20 off. Limited availability! In addition to our limited in-studio kids camp this year, for those of you who would prefer to be creative at home this summer, we have you covered! Each Creative Kids Kit will include 9 artist lessons, 25 activities with written instruction and Read more […]

Potent Lunar Eclipse & Full Moon Labyrinth Walk

Lunar Eclipse & Full Moon Ceremony on July 4th this Saturday night at 8pm. Beautiful Harp music for your Labyrinth Walk, followed by a sound bath and meditation to enhance your connection to Self and Beyond 🌀 Reservations required please Call 928-634-1320. Bring a friend and be ready to receive💙💙 $22 pp

Uptown Farmers Market

Stop by and try a new jam, jelly or baked good today! Also featuring spices, flours, candied nuts and free samples.

Governor Ducey Orders Flags At Half-Staff In Remembrance Of The Yarnell 19

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PHOENIX — Governor Doug Ducey ordered flags at all state buildings be lowered to half-staff today, June 30, 2020, in honor and remembrance of the 19 Granite Mountain Hotshot Firefighters who lost their lives battling the Yarnell Hill Fire in 2013. “Seven years ago, on one of the most tragic days in Arizona history, 19 heroic firefighters lost their lives […]

Prescott Police: Changes in Service Due to COVID-19 Increases

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The Prescott Police Department is continuing to monitor the on-going efforts to slow or combat the Coronavirus Pandemic and we remain committed to our mission to protect our community, maintain public safety and enforce the law. As first responders we continue to be on the front line of emerging public health concerns; this includes including infectious disease. We meet these […]

Town of Prescott Valley Update to 4th of July Activities

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In accordance with Governor Doug Ducey’s Executive Order on Monday afternoon, the Town of Prescott Valley has modified its 4th of July activities at Mountain Valley Park. All activities such as concessions, bounce houses, beer garden, and the live band have been canceled. However, Mountain Valley Park, and all other parks in the community, will remain open, and the fireworks […]

Chino Valley Aquatic Center Pool

Chino Valley Aquatic Center to Close for Season

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In accordance with the Executive Order released by Governor Doug Ducey, the Town of Chino Valley announced that the Town Aquatic Center, located at 1615 N Road 1 East, will suspend operations effective immediately for the remainder of the swim season that was scheduled to run through August 9, 2020. Amid COVID-19 concerns the pool opened on June 12, 2020, […]

City of Phoenix Independence Day Holiday Notice

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City of Phoenix offices will be closed Friday, July 3 in observance of the Independence Day holiday. Here’s how city services are affected: Solid Waste: Trash and recycling will be collected as usual. There will be no change in collection day. Please place your trash and recycling containers 4 feet apart at the curb by 5:30 a.m. Transfer Stations: The […]

Sedona’s Response to Governor’s June 29th Mandate

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Arizona Governor Doug Ducey mandated that beginning at 8 p.m. on June 29, 2020, large gatherings are suspended; bars, gyms, movie theaters, watermarks, and tubing rentals must pause operations; and school restarts are delayed in this announcement: As part of continued efforts to reverse the trend of COVID-19 spread in Arizona, Ducey today signed an Executive Order to prohibit large […]

This Day In History, June 30th, 2020 – “Harding & Taft”

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It was just 99 years ago today, June 30, 1921, when former President William Taft became the only politician to not be just the President, but a Supreme Court Justice, let alone the Chief Justice. Warren Harding had appointed Taft on this date, and the Senate also confirmed him hours later. Both Harding and Taft, members of the Republican Party, […]

City of Cottonwood’s Response to Governor’s June 29th Order

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COTTONWOOD, AZ – Effective 8 p.m. today, all indoor gyms and bars with a Series 6 or 7 license must close to the public. All mass gatherings of 50 or more people are prohibited. To view Governor Ducey’s order visit https://azgovernor.gov/sites/default/files/eo_2020-43.pdf At this time the City of Cottonwood will continue to keep City facilities open with the exception of the […]

Governor Ducey Takes Further Action To Reverse COVID-19 Spread In Arizona

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As part of continued efforts to reverse the trend of COVID-19 spread in Arizona, Governor Doug Ducey today signed an Executive Order to prohibit large gatherings, cease the issuance of new special event licenses and pause the operations of bars, gyms, movie theaters, waterparks, and tubing rentals. The pause of these business operations takes effect at 8:00 p.m. today, Monday, […]

3 hr Kizomba Online Training

We are super excited to invite you to the upcoming KIZOMBA INTENSIVE TRAINING. Limited to only 20 dancers *** Register, RSVP, Share and invite your friends so we can have more FUN together. This is an intensive session designed to challenge dancers who want to learn/improve their Kizomba. During this session dancers will learn and practice proper posture, techniques, core Read more […]

Lunar Sound Healing

Gather in commUNITY every MOONth to honor and learn about the Lunar Cycles. Set your Intentions & Manifest your Reality with Meditation, Breathwork & Vibration. ALL LEVELS WELCOME Please arrive early to set up your sacred space, we will begin our event at 4:30 pm. Remember any items for comfort such as a pillow, eye cover or blanket. Can’t join Read more […]

Live music on the patio

July 5 join us for brunch and to listen to The Gemtones Duo!

Holiday Doggy Day Camp on July 4th

Boarding hours for pick up and drop off will be from 7am-7pm. DAY CAMP will be available from 8am-6pm on July 4th, 2020 (SATURDAY). Tire out those pups before the fireworks. A lot of pups get scared of fireworks and loud noises, especially if they are rescues. Day Care will help to get them more tired so they can rest Read more […]

Full Moon Tour

Each month our Full Moon Tour offers guests the chance to see what our native wildlife are up to in those mysterious moonlit hours. You might hear a serenade from Mexican gray wolves or the tiny howl of grasshopper mice. You may see the courting dance of a tarantula or the climbing acrobatics of a coati. Join us at Southwest Read more […]

Magical Wizard Show

Laughter, fun, puppets, magic, and more from our Favorite Wizard – Professor Wigglebottom! (AKA Brian Foley – award-winning clown, actor, and circus talent). $10/zoom screen, not $10/child. To Register – https://www.storybookentertainmentaz.com/store/p21/MagicalWizardShow.html Zoom link will be emailed to all who register Thursday prior to the event.

Love On The Beach Paint Class @Wasted Grain Sun 7/5, 2-5 pm

Escape to a tropical paradise at our “Love On The Beach” Live Attendance Paint Class! Join us at Wasted Grain, Scottsdale on Sunday, July 5th, 2-5 pm for the Best Brunch in town along with BOTTOMLESS MIMOSAS while you sing-along to your favorite songs as you are guided how to paint this beautiful painting! Register at tiny.cc/lovebeach NO experience is Read more […]

4th of July Karaoke – canceled

Come down and sing your heart for the 4th of July! Karaoke 9 pm to 1 am Food Specials to be announce Drink specials! Its time to celebrate!

Cotton Candy Skate

Do you love cotton candy?! We sure do! Join us on Friday, 3rd from 1-3:30pm for an afternoon of music, skating, and a Free Bag of Cotton Candy. *Free Cotton Candy given with each full paid admission* Admission: $5.50 Skate Rental: $4.50 Rollerblade Rental: $4.50

Meditation & Sound Healing July Offerings

Please join us for our July offerings of Meditation & Sound Healing at Gurus Grace. We begin our sessions with a traditional meditation of either chanting or Pranayam followed by Sound Healing sessions with gong(s), alchemy crystal singing bowls, ocean drum &/or chimes. Pre-registration is required for all events at our location.

All-American Festival at Home

We’re bringing the annual All-American Festival to you in your home this year, as the All-American Festival at Home! All festival activities will be online with an expanded fireworks show that’s viewable from backyards, computer screens, mobile devices, and TVs. To adhere to the state and federal social distancing and personal hygiene guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic, Peoria’s annual Independence Read more […]

Usui Holy Fire® III Reiki I and II Class

In the Usui Holy Fire® III Reiki I & II Class you will review the traditional Reiki hand positions used for yourself and others. You will also practice the intuitive method of hand placement, which can enhance your confidence in your intuition or inner guidance. You will also experience assessing the energy field with Reiki scanning, and beaming. Reiki I Read more […]

Family Game Show Night

Put on your thinking caps and your smarty pants and join us for Family Game Show Night. Every Friday from 6-8 pm Bar Game Show Productions hosts their version of Family Feud and Rock n Roll Bingo. Fun for everyone and free to play. You could win fabulous CheezHeadz Gift Certificates.

Lowrider Sundays

Low rider Sundays is a free community kick back in the Old School City / South Plaza parking lot. Every 1st Sunday of the month come out and shop the stores, pick up after yourself. All low riders and fans welcome. For more info call 602-276-6977.

Independence Day Picnic Celebration!

Picnic starts @ 11 am and will be a great time for the whole family. This is NOT open to the public. All guests MUST be signed in and accompanied by a member of the lodge. Bring your swimsuits and enjoy the pool. Reminder, no wet articles in the lodge at ANY time. Locker room facilities are available for your Read more […]

Creating Balance Within: Ascension Workshop in Sedona

What lies within you? Join us for this transformational information to integrate with the new cosmic energies. Powerful moments abound to awaken your soul. Mally and Lori offer an afternoon of esoteric teachings with vibrational healings and tools to expand. This workshop is also offered on Zoom.

Cruise the Zoo: 4th of July

Stay cool cruising the Zoo this 4th of July weekend! Cruise the Zoo allows guests to view a variety of Zoo animals such as flamingos, giraffes, elephants, and more while maintaining safe social distancing measures. Get cruisin’! https://www.phoenixzoo.org/cruisethezoo/ Members ($50 per car): https://bit.ly/cruise-member General ($65 per car): https://bit.ly/cruise-the-zoo-general IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Tickets (including food, beverage, souvenir gifts, and photo options) must Read more […]

Introduction to The Electrical Brain & Body Connection

This class will give you an electrical and new perspective on the Body/Mind. In the first part of this class, you will learn the very basics on how to listen into the body with your hands, to perceive lesion chains or lines of tension, which actually creates the pain we feel in our bodies. The second part of this class, Read more […]

The Town of Prescott Valley Granite Mountain Hotshot Memorial

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Join the Town of Prescott Valley as we remember the 19 Granite Mountain Hotshots firefighters who lost their lives in the Yarnell Hill Fire on June 30, 2013. The flag display will be open to the public starting June 29th on the Civic Center Grounds through Wednesday, July 1st.

Mondays with the Mayor – June 29th

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Mayor Kell Palguta provides a weekly update on the happenings in Prescott Valley, in a video series titled: “Mondays with the Mayor.” Watch the “Mondays with the Mayor” video, posted on the Town of Prescott Valley Facebook page: In this segment, Mayor Palguta covered a few topics including: COVID-19 Updates: there are 771 cases in Yavapai County. 108 of those […]

“What in the World?!” Virtual Performance

Come and join us for this ONLINE virtual performance. What in the world?! We are living through the isolation caused by a global pandemic, and at the same time, people are uniting through protests against systemic racism. Learn how young people see and experience the trauma caused by these events. Through the art of theatre, you can hear their voices Read more […]

Yavapai County Superior Court to Provide Electronic Access to Court Proceedings

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In early May, Arizona Supreme Court Chief Justice Robert Brutinel issued Administrative Order 2020-75, updated and replaced by Administrative Order 2020-79, providing Arizona’s courts and the public with direction on returning to in-court operations after limited operations in response to COVID-19. The Order includes direction for in-person proceedings, empaneling juries, limiting access to courthouses and courtrooms, implementing social distancing, and […]