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El Bosque Nacional de Prescott les Permitirá Nadar en los Lagos del Bosque

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El Bosque Nacional de Prescott quienes son los que administran los 4 lagos a través del bosque; Los lagos Lynx, Granite Basin y Horsethief Basin que están en el Distrito Bradshaw Ranger y el Lago Mingus que está en el Distrito Verde Ranger. Aunque hace varios años el Bosque Nacional de Prescott cerró todos los lagos para nadar, la orden […]

Friday Night Barn Dance

Join us every Friday night through November 1st for the Friday Night Barn Dance. Enjoy a farm to table meal (entrée, side, drink, and dessert) at 6 pm. Each meal is grown and plated with you in mind. Dancing, lawn games, cash bar, and socializing will be from 7 pm until 10 pm. Please buy your tickets and season passes Read more […]

AKC S.T.A.R Puppy Classes

A six-week course of AKC Puppy classes starts Saturday, September 5th this is a 1-hour class. Class is held each Saturday at 6:00 pm. This class is offered to all pups up to a year and AKC registration is not required. We teach all the basics as well as some more advanced obedience and go way above the standard AKC Read more […]

Music on the Patio with Dj Fern

Come on out for an evening of great music, drinks, and cool vibes on the beautiful patio of the Prescott Resort!! I start spinning at 6:30 pm.

Parker Jenkins Band @ Sidekicks Saloon

We are very excited to be playing at Sidekicks Saloon again! We hope everyone will join us to listen to a live concert-style setting. We ask that everyone remain seated at their tables during this show. Due to COVID guidelines and safety regulations, there will be NO DANCING allowed. You will also be REQUIRED TO WEAR A MASK FOR ENTRY. Read more […]

Prescott Friendship Circle Esoteric Study Group

For more information and meeting details, please contact host John Lorenz (928) 445-5179. Join host John Lorenz Monday nights to contemplate the truth or “Dharma.” A different spiritual book from a variety of worldviews is discussed each month, from zen buddhism, to psychology, to native american wisdom and more. The Prescott Friendship Circle also hosts potlucks, movie night, and sharing Read more […]

Live Music – Drew & Anton

Gather at the LazyG with the sounds of Drew & Anton.

GN Camp at Camp Pinerock!

Join us on Sunday, September 6 at Camp Pinerock for fellowship, fun, and teaching in the pines of Prescott. All our campuses will converge for this once-a-year event! Guest tickets are only $5 too. Don’t miss it! Find our schedule of events and register at

Parker Jenkins Band on Whiskey Row

Come check us out for the first time @ Matts Saloon on Whiskey Row!! Masks will be required for entry but may be removed once seated. Due to COVID restrictions dancing will not be allowed. Please come support a historic local bar and band!

Live Music – Salt Miners

Start off the Labor Day weekend at the LazyG and enjoy some awesome music by the Salt Miners.

Ceramics, sculpting & moldmaking

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 restriction. Sculpture: This Read more […]

Antiques & More on the Lot!

Join us for our next parking lot sale Labor Day weekend! No labor, just shop and enjoy beautiful weather and great deals. Food truck, games, and possibly get involved in a Wild West showdown! Saturday 9/5 at 8 am.

Funk Frequency at the Birdcage Saloon

1 Night Only. Listen, Tap your feet, and Groove in your seat. Funk Frequency is Back. Support Live Music on the Row!!

Scandalous Hands at Raven Cafe

Scandalous Hands is back in Prescott this Friday for an evening of music on the Rooftop of the Raven Cafe. Three hours of Beatles, Allman Brothers Band, Steely Dan, and more from 8-11. Limited seating, so get there early to ensure a table. For everyone else, tune in to the Livestream to listen from the comfort of home.

Music, friendship & fundraiser for the Honey Girl film

This is a fundraiser, featuring musicians Marko Donnelly & Kaileena Martin, to help with the production costs of the documentary, The Honey Girl, the story of Holocaust survivor, Esther Basch. Esther’s story goes beyond the horrors of being 16 in Auschwitz and waiting to die as her parents had. She’s remained miraculously unscathed by negativity throughout her 92 years. Esther Read more […]

Saddle Up Sunday

Come enjoy a delicious BBQ, live music, raffles, and an online auction. We will be complying with all CDC guidelines and social distancing. There are 4 times where you can attend this wonderful BBQ dinner provided by  Lucy Dee’s. Take out is available by registration and pre-pay. 1st Seating: 11am-12:30pm 2nd Seating: 1:30pm-3pm 3rd Seating: 4PM-5:30PM 4th Seating: 6:30pm-8PM

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This Day In History, August 31st, 2020 – “1886 Charleston Earthquake”

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It was just 134 years ago today, August 31, 1886, when a rare occurrence struck the East Coast of the United States, an Earthquake, with the epicenter at Charleston, South Carolina. Not only was this unusual, but the earthquake was devastatingly powerful, having a Moment Magnitude of 7.3, that’s roughly the same strength as the Great 1906 San Francisco Earthquake that destroyed the city.

2020 Prescott Long Riders Event

Prescott Long Riders is now a non-profit organization with a goal to donate to both the Yavapai College Scholarship for Veterans and the VA Hospital to support our homeless veterans. Although Prescott Long Riders has branched off from the Prescott Regulators and Their Shady Ladies, they do plan to support each other for years to come. This year’s ride will Read more […]

Prescott Valley Police Department Book Fair

The Prescott Valley Police Department will be giving away FREE new books for teens and children at the outdoor Civic Center stage located by the Prescott Valley Library. This community event is scheduled for Wednesday, September 16, 2020, from 3:00 pm-5:00 pm. They look forward to having you come by to choose some exciting books for your children. In addition, Read more […]

Prescott Farmers Market- Midweek Downtown

“See your neighbors. Meet your farmers. Know your food.” The Downtown Midweek Prescott Farmers Market takes place Wednesdays from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm at 119 W Goodwin. This market hosts local farmers, ranchers, and food and craft vendors each week. Customers can find fresh specialty produce, meat, eggs, bread, baked goods, delicious ready-to-eat foods, and more. The market accepts Read more […]

1.3 millones de Personas en Arizona no Tienen Acceso al Internet El nuevo programa de la Biblioteca del Estado ayuda a las personas a conectarse

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Las computadoras e Internet son herramientas necesarias para la vida del siglo XXI en los Estados Unidos, pero hay millones de ciudadanos que aún no tienen acceso a ninguna de estas. Algunas personas viven en áreas remotas que simplemente no tienen cables mientras hay otras que luchan por cubrir los gastos básicos de comida y de refugio y encuentran que […]

Zanes Law’s 10th Annual School Supply Giveaway 2020

Our team at Zanes Law will be hosting our 10th Annual School Supply Giveaway next week! For our community’s safety, this event will take place virtually from August 31 – September 4th on our Facebook Page! 250 teachers will have the opportunity to have their Amazon school supply wish list fulfilled by us. For more details, please visit our website!

Mondays with the Mayor – August 31st

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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: Thank the Blue event on September 2nd: Learn More Local Tournaments […]

Pima County extends assistance grants for child care providers

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Pima County is extending the deadline to apply to a $2 million small business assistance grant program, which will reimburse child care providers for costs associated with reopening and operating safely during the COVID-19 pandemic. The deadline to apply, extended by a week, will be 11:59 p.m. on Sept. 4. The County will provide up to $10,000 per business owner. […]

Fundación de Educación de Humboldt Reinicio del 2020 Maestro o Maestra del Año

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La Fundación de Educación de Humboldt es una organización sin fines de lucro 501(c)(3) que ayuda en el apoyo para los y las estudiantes y los maestros y maestras del Distrito Unificado de Escuelas Humboldt. En los últimos cuatro años la Fundación de Educación de Humboldt o (FEH) ha presentado el banquete anual para honrar al Maestro o la Maestra […]

Labor Day: Make Investments Work as Hard as You Do

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Labor Day is almost here. Of course, this year, the holiday may have a different impact, given the employment-related stress and disruptions stemming from the coronavirus. Yet, it’s good to recognize the value of work and its importance in achieving your life’s goals.

A Message from PUSD Superintendent Joe Howard

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I hope this communication finds you all well. The state health metrics are continuing in a positive, downward trend. All three metrics for Yavapai County are still in the moderate health risk range. Because of the positive trends we are seeing, PUSD is still planning for hybrid learning to start on September 8 and full in-person learning to start October 19.

Prescott National Forest to Allow Swimming in Forest Lakes

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The Prescott National Forest manages 4 lakes across the forest; Lynx, Granite Basin, and Horsethief Basin Lakes on the Bradshaw Ranger District and Mingus Lake on the Verde Ranger District. Though the Prescott National Forest closed all lakes to swimming several years ago, the closure order prohibiting swimming was rescinded following recent changes and guidelines to closure order protocols. Upon […]

Pima County Partnership Provides Funding for Outdoor Cafes in Downtown Tucson

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TUCSON – A plethora of restaurants will soon be offering alfresco dining thanks to a new grant program made possible through a partnership between Pima County and the Downtown Tucson Partnership. The new Outdoor Café Grant Program provides up to $5,000 to expand or enhance outdoor cafés. This program is designed to offset costs associated with higher quality barriers, furnishings, and […]

How to Make the Most of Your Telehealth Visit

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Banner Telehealth offers safe and convenient video visits in hospitals, emergency rooms and from the comfort of home.

Telehealth makes health care more accessible to patients regardless of location or circumstance. With the new coronavirus continuing to spread, telehealth allows patients to visit primary and specialty doctors without having to leave the comfort or safety of their homes. In-hospital video visits are also available to accelerate time-sensitive treatments and provide safe care.

Verde Connect Grant Award Accepted by Board

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At the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors meeting on August 19, 2020, the Board voted to Approve a Grant Agreement for the Verde Connect project under the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development (BUILD) program and authorize the Yavapai County Public Works Director as signatory on other related non-contract grant documents. Yavapai County Board of […]

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September Kingman City Council Formal Meetings to be Held Virtually

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September Council Meetings will Continue Using Zoom

The City of Kingman is taking the necessary steps to continue to protect City Council members, its residents, and city team members to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the community. The City of Kingman is conducting the Tuesday, September 1 and 15, 2020, formal City Council meetings virtually, with the ability for written or telephonic public comment. Meeting […]

UArizona Welcomes its Most Diverse Class in History

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Preliminary numbers indicate that nearly half of this year’s first-year students come from diverse backgrounds. The university also set a new record for first-year and transfer student applications, even amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dr. Tina Redd, Yavapai College Verde Valley Campus Dean, Receives First NAPIC Fellow

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Dr. Tina Redd, Yavapai College Verde Valley Campus Dean, was recently selected to be the first NAPIC Fellow by the National Asian Pacific Islander Council (NAPIC), an affiliated council of the American Association for Community Colleges (AACC).

AmeriCorps Members Need Community Help to Collect Food for Local Veterans

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Arizona Serve, an AmeriCorps program of Prescott College is hosting a food drive to benefit local unsheltered veterans and the agencies that serve them during the month of September. Non-perishable items can be dropped off at the Arizona Serve and Prescott College Veterans Center located at 308 Grove Ave in Prescott. These goods will then be leveraged during the Yavapai […]

Reid Park Zoo Reopened August 28th

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After a five-month closure due to the coronavirus, Reid Park Zoo has reopened to the public on August 28th for “Wildlife Walks,” a modified viewing experience with enhanced health and safety measures for guests, staff, and the animals. The Zoo will be open daily for special summer viewing hours, 8:00 am-2:00 pm, through September 30, and tickets must be […]

Lake Havasu City Parks & Recreation After School Program

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Registration for the After School Program opens on Monday at 8:00 a.m. and can only be completed online. Program availability is limited. The After School Program starts on Tuesday, September 8 at each of the LHUSD Elementary Sites for participants in Kindergarten through 6th grade. The Program starts at 2:30 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays and 1:00 p.m. on […]

Dewey-Humboldt Mayor Continued Extended Emergency Proclamation

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Mayor Terry Nolan has issued a proclamation declaring an emergency with respect to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak. Through September 30, Town Hall phones will be answered during normal business hours, and Town Hall will be open by appointment only. No walk-ins will be accepted. Mayor Nolan’s emergency declaration and ongoing additional information about the Town’s services and accessibility will be […]

Pima County Health Department and BEYOND Tucson Team Up for #REACHTheLoop Challenge

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The Reach the Loop Community Coalition is launching the #ReachTheLoop Challenge to encourage Pima County residents to get out to the Chuck Huckelberry Loop (“The Loop”) and exercise. Starting Sept. 1, individuals or families can take a photo on The Loop that captures the weekly theme. Photos can be submitted on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. They must include the hashtag […]

NAU Nursing Program Wins Federal Grant Aimed at Increasing Access to Telehealth Care on Navajo Nation, other Rural Areas

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The School of Nursing at Northern Arizona University received a $500,000 grant to train today’s workforce to better meet the urgent needs in rural and underserved areas and to increase health care access. The two-year grant from the federal Health Resources and Services Administration, which begins Sept. 1, will allow the School of Nursing to expand its simulation-based education for […]

Sci – Fi Sundays

We will be having a MEGA Sci-fi Auction multiple weeks in September. Don’t miss out all items start at $5

Souffle Pancake Baking Class

Learn how to make souffle pancakes on September 5th with the limited edition ube dessert kit! Ube Dessert Kit (just add butter, eggs) comes with: Ube Samoa Rice Krispies inspired by Samoas Girl Scout cookies with a creamy, marshmallowy flavor Makes 28 2 x 2 rice Krispies or 6 thick, large rice Krispies Ingredients include: toasted coconut, dark chocolate, ube Read more […]

MYO Mabon Gratitude Corn Babba’s for Autumn Equinox w/ Kharma

Come and join Kharma Lindsey our very own practitioner of the magical arts. In this particular class, you will be making 4 – Mabon Corn Babba’s. So what is a Mabon Corn Babba you ask??? Let us explore! Mabon is the celebration of the Autumnal Equinox. In the northern hemisphere, it marks the second harvest of summer. The harvest of Read more […]

John Lutes:The Justice Center is funded. Let’s move on.

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Opinions of our advertisers and readers do not reflect the policies of Talking Glass Media, nor are these opinions an endorsement by our publications. We encourage healthy debate and discussion without the use of divisive language and harmful rhetoric. I decided to run for County Supervisor in District 1 because I believe that I can be the kind of representative […]