From a Celebration of Thanks to the Paulden Crafters Holiday Bazaar to learning about dark matter with the astronomy club, this week features lots to do in the Prescott area.
Every November, the Chino Valley Morning Lions head to a spot next to Roadrunner Laundromat to sell a couple hundred Christmas trees.
Important to identify buildings, mayor says
Voicing his approval for signage identifying municipal buildings, Mayor Darryl Croft said his concern is that Chino Valley is a drive through town with no downtown area.
Opens in less than a month
With less than a month left to go before the Chino Valley Repertory Theater puts on its first play, director Jeff Frohock said things are looking pretty good and the actors are where he expected them to be at this stage.
The temporary sign issue returns to the Chino Valley Town Council at its upcoming Tuesday, Nov. 19, study session.
When the Granite Mountain Hotshots centerpiece was unveiled in the Yarnell Hill Fire Memorial Park Saturday, Nov. 16, C. J. Meldahl said she was teary-eyed.
Visited Arizona several times, presenter says
As part of the Arizona Humanities Council speaker series, author and historian Kevin Schindler is set to appear at the Phippen Museum for a talk titled “Teddy Roosevelt Slept Here.”
As the manager for his class’ upcoming opera, Jase Smith said it’s going a lot better than he initially thought it would.
Anyone can be a star of the show when comedian and hypnotist Flip Orley comes to town, which he will in a performance at the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center Saturday, Nov. 16.
From the Third Friday Chamber Music series to seeing a vintage baseball game to Native American poet Layli Long Soldier reading and speaking at the Literary Southwest, there’s something for everyone in the Prescott area this week.