Calendar of Events: Feb. 16-28

Ongoing

"Meeting the 4 O'Clock Train" exhibit, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Sharlot Hall Museum, 415 W. Gurley St. The lure and lore of train travel to Prescott was a long-sought dream realized in 1882. This new exhibit chronicles the boom-to-bust railway legacy that almost cost Arizona its statehood. Featured highlight is a 20-ft-by-12-ft HO-scale model train depiction of early Prescott. Hours: Monday-Saturday 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Sunday noon-4 p.m., 938-445-3122.

“The World of Miniature” Exhibit, at Prescott Center for the Arts, 208 N. Marina St. A grand event of tiny proportions, bringing together artists who create miniature art. On display through March 25. Gallery hours from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and noon to 4 p.m. Sunday. 928-445-3286.

Thursday, Feb. 16

Chamber AM Mixer (PUSD Education Foundation/Carman Law Firm, 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. Information: 928-445-2000, or Prescott.org.

Community Nature Series, 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Highlands Center for Natural History, 1375 S. Walker Road in Prescott. Topic: “Medicine Plants of Arizona” with Diane Vaszily, a 30-year environmental educator with 23 years in herbalism. Registration required. $22 (or $145 for the entire series). 10 percent discount for Center members. 928-776-9550 or highlandscenter.org/programs.

Granite Gate 5 Star Senior Living is presenting Chris Knack as speaker for their “Your Life Matters” series at 1:30 p.m. at 3850 N. Highway 89, Prescott. Knack ran multiple outpatient sites and was the CEO for a private psychiatric facility in Prescott Valley. He has over 20 years of experience as a cognitive behavioral therapist and will be examining anxiety disorders and his personal life. Question and answer time will follow. For more information: 928-771-8200.

OLLI Munch & Learn: “No Longer Homeless,” 12:30 to 2 p.m. on Yavapai College’s Prescott Campus, Building 3, Room 119. Meet someone who has been homeless, but through sheer willpower and outsized help, has risen from being homeless to having a job, living in a home and contributing to society. Free, but seating is limited. Call 928-717-7634 to reserve a spot.

Free Seminar, “Medicare 101,” 2 to 3 p.m. at the Adult Center of Prescott, 1280 E. Rosser St. With Glenn Berkley of Humana. 928-778-3000; adultcenter.org.

Senior Connection Speakers Bureau’s presentation will be “Communication Survival Skills with Electronic Devices,” from noon to 1 p.m. at Las Fuentes Resort Village, 1035 Scott Drive, Prescott. Presenter Jack Clevenger with CaptionCall, will explain telephones that caption, amplify and provide caller ID; smart phones and tablets that have texting and special applications; email communication; video conferencing via computer; using electronic devices to better enjoy going to concerts, plays and movies; and rights of those with hearing loss under the Americans with Disabilities Act. There is no charge to attend. RSVP’s appreciated to Debbie@SeniorConnection.us or 928-778-3747.

Granite Gate 5-star Senior Living: Your Life Matters Speakers Series, 1:30 p.m. at the facility, 3850 N. Highway 89, Prescott. Speaker: Chris Knack. Knack ran multiple outpatient sites and was the CEO for a private psychiatric facility in Prescott Valley. He has more than 20 years of experience as a cognitive behavioral therapist and will examine anxiety disorders and his personal life. Q-and-A time included. 928-771-8200.

STEAM Power, 4 p.m. at Prescott Public Library, 215 E. Goodwin St. Creepy, crawly insects...magnified under a microscope! We’re exploring bugs and crafting some of our own this month. Use Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics (STEAM) to do fun experiments and projects. For children, ages 8-12. Register online, at the Youth Desk or by phone, 928-777-1537. Presented with funding from the Friends of the Prescott Public Library.

Third Thursday Star Talks: “Tests of Special and General Relativity in the Solar System and Beyond,” 6 p.m. at Prescott Public Library, 215 E. Goodwin St. Quentin Bailey, associate professor of physics at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, discusses how physicists and astronomers have increased the precision of their measurements and observations for tests of fundamental physics in the solar system and beyond. Research for hypothetical, tiny deviations from the laws of Special and General Relativity will be reviewed. Bailey will also discuss modern precision tests such as lunar laser ranging, solar system ephemeris, pulsar observations and what we can learn from the first gravitational wave observations. For more information on the Astronomy Club, call Pat Birck at 778-6324.

“Calendar Girls,” 7 p.m. at Prescott Center for the Arts’ Mainstage, 208 N. Marina St. The fastest-selling play in British theater history mingles pathos and comedy in its depiction of life’s determination and hope, loss, the importance of acceptance and knowing just when to let go. Guaranteed to make you laugh, cry and come out singing “Jerusalem.” 928-445-3286; pca-az.net.

Friday, Feb. 17

Lapsit Storytime, 9:30 a.m. at Prescott Public Library. Bring your baby for some cozy active time on your lap. Storytime lasts about 20 minutes, but you’re invited to linger and play.

Introduction to Email Class, 10 a.m. to noon in the PC Lab at Prescott Valley Public Library. Last week of three-week class. Learn how to create an account, send and receive messages, attach pictures, avoid spam, create and organize folders, and lots more. Free, but registration is required. Michele, 928-759-6196.

Conversational Spanish, 10 a.m. at Prescott Public Library, 215 E. Goodwin St. Check your English at the door and brush up on your Spanish with conversation and camaraderie. Sessions may include targeted grammar discussions, subject-specific vocabulary practice and handouts. Basic Spanish skills needed.

Preschool Storytime, 10:30 a.m. at Prescott Public Library, 215 E. Goodwin St. Thirty minutes of stories, songs and fingerplays especially for children ages 3-5 and their grownups. Siblings are always welcome.

Online Job Searching, 1 p.m. at Prescott Public Library, 215 E. Goodwin St. Find the best websites for local job openings in this 90-minute presentation. Learn how to navigate and submit online applications with ease. Register online, at the Ask a Librarian desk or by phone 928-777-1526.

Free Seminar, “Treat Options for Chronic Kidney Disease and Dialysis,” 1 to 3 pm., Adult Center of Prescott, 1280 E. Rosser St. Presented by Johnna Jensen, RN, Fresenius Kidney Care. 928-778-3000; adultcenter.org.

Republican Women of Prescott Forum, 3 to 4 p.m. at Las Fuentes Resort Village, 1035 Scott Drive, downstairs in the social room. Prescott City Council Members Billie Orr and Steve Sischka will discuss the Strategic Plan Committee’s conclusions and recommendations regarding the Public Safety Personnel Retirement System. Public welcome; all are encouraged to attend.

Third Friday Chamber Music Series, 3:30 p.m. at Prescott Public Library, 215 E. Goodwin St. Listen to a clarinet quartet; Doppler Quartet for piano, flutes and cello; and clarinet choir. Hear music by local chamber players and special guests every month during the Third Friday Chamber Music Series. All programs are subject to change. For more information, call Bruce or Suzanne at 928-778-6965.

East Coast Swing Dance lesson by Dawn Wilson, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Adult Center of Prescott, 1280 E. Rosser St. Ballroom Dance follows from 7:30 to 10 p.m. 928-778-3000; adultcenter.org.

“Calendar Girls,” 7 p.m. at Prescott Center for the Arts’ Mainstage, 208 N. Marina St. The fastest selling play in British theater history mingles pathos and comedy in its depiction of life’s determination and hope, loss, the importance of acceptance and knowing just when to let go. Guaranteed to make you laugh, cry and come out singing “Jerusalem.” 928-445-3286; pca-az.net.

Big Top Broadway comes to the Elks Theater, 117 E. Gurley St., at 7 p.m. The music of Broadway and the finesse of circus artists, sprinkled with Broadway/international talent, plus a live band. Highlights well-known Broadway show tunes as well as some little-known gems. Tickets: $22 / $25. 928-777-1370.

'80s & '90s Prom event at Push Co-op Studio, 690 Sixth St., in Prescott from 7 to 10 p.m. Live DJ, 1980s and '90s music, prizes and refreshments! 21 and older.

Saturday, Feb. 18

Blood Drive, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at First Church of the Nazarene Fellowship Hall, 2110 Willow Creek Road, Prescott. Clay, 928-771-1601 or 928-848-1601; email cconboy1@cableone.net.

Willow Lake Pit House Archaeological Site Tours, 10 a.m. to noon at Willow Lake Park. The park entrance is past the Heritage Park Zoo parking lot. Yavapai Chapter Arizona Archaeological Society docents are available to discuss the area’s prehistoric people and the preserved, ancient pit houses. A map and information are available from: charlesstroh@yahoo.com

Prescott Winter Market, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Yavapai Regional Medical Center parking lot, 930 Division St. Find fresh local produce, eggs, chicken, beef, pickled goods, baked goods, herbs, live plants, prepared foods and more ― all direct from area farmers. 408-616-9121.

Celebrate Poetry Week, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Prescott Valley Public Library, Glassford Hill Room, 7401 E, Civic Circle. Read your own poetry or read a favorite from a book of poems. Free. 928-759-3040.

Family Storytime, 11 a.m. at Prescott Public Library, 215 E. Goodwin St. Thirty minutes of stories, songs and activities for the whole family!

Caldecott Kaleidoscope of Books and Art for Kids, 11 a.m. at Prescott Public Library, 215 E. Goodwin St. Blending art with award-winning children’s books, this new program introduces budding young artists to the wonderful world of illustrations. This month, learn about “Tar Beach” by Faith Ringgold. Presented by Prescott Art Docent Bonita Sandleben. For children, ages 6-12. Register online, at the Youth Desk or by phone, 928-777-1537. Presented with funding from the Friends of the Prescott Public Library. The Prescott Art Docents is a volunteer organization dedicated to sharing a love of art.

“Prescott Railroad War of 1893,” 2 p.m., Sharlot Hall Museum, 415 W. Gurley St. Al Bates presents his research on the short-lived but intense war between competing railroad lines vying for dominance in Prescott and Arizona. Free lecture. 928-445-3122.

“Calendar Girls,” 7 p.m. at Prescott Center for the Arts’ Mainstage, 208 N. Marina St. The fastest-selling play in British theater history mingles pathos and comedy in its depiction of life’s determination and hope, loss, the importance of acceptance and knowing just when to let go. Guaranteed to make you laugh, cry and come out singing “Jerusalem.” 928-445-3286; pca-az.net.

Love the One You’re With – the music of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young folk rock perfection – one of the most enduring and influential partnerships in the history of music, at the Elks Theater, 117 E. Gurley St., at 7 p.m. Travel back in time to tunes like “Southern Cross,” “Just a Song Before I Go,” “Woodstock,” and “Teach Your Children.” We are “Helplessly Hoping” you’ll love this sweet sound as much as we do! 928-777-1370.w

Sunday, Feb. 19

“Calendar Girls,” 2 p.m. at Prescott Center for the Arts’ Mainstage, 208 N. Marina St. The fastest selling play in British theater history mingles pathos and comedy in its depiction of life’s determination and hope, loss, the importance of acceptance and knowing just when to let go. Guaranteed to make you laugh, cry and come out singing “Jerusalem.” 928-445-3286; pca-az.net.

Prescott POPS Concert, “Meet Me at the Symphony,” 3 p.m. at Yavapai College Performing Arts Center, 1100 E. Sheldon St., Prescott. “Meet” many orchestral instruments and their music, including featured soloist Carl Rowe performing “Prayer of St. Gregory” by Alan Hovahaness. Tickets $25. Available online at prescottpops.com, by phone at 928-776-2000 or at the door.

Monday, Feb. 20

Dignified Disposal of Unserviceable American Flags Ceremony, 2 p.m. at American Legion Park in Prescott Valley. Sponsored by Gary Streeter American Legion Post 108. Bring unserviceable American flags for proper disposal. The park is located on Bob Street, directly behind the Central AZ Fire Station No. 53 on Yavapai Street. Gary, 928-277-8213 or gtaylor@cableone.net.

Tuesday, Feb. 21

Free Seminar: “Are Hidden Costs Eating Away at Your Investment Return?” from 10:15 to 11:30 a.m., at the Adult Center of Prescott, 1280 E. Rosser St. Presented by Brandon Montoya, Montoya Wealth Management. 928-778-3000; adultcenter.org.

Free Seminar: “Eliminate Numbness/Tingling in Hands or Feet!,” noon to 1 p.m. at Adult Center of Prescott, 1280 E. Rosser St. Presented by Dr. Andy Nelson, Prescott Preferred Chiropractic, 928-778-3000; adultcenter.org.

Free Seminar: “Cooking 101 –Trifle” by chef from Brookdale Prescott, 2:30 to 3:30 p.m., at Adult Center of Prescott, 1280 E. Rosser St. 928-778-3000; adultcenter.org.

Toddler Storytime, 10 a.m. at Prescott Public Library. Twenty-30 minutes of simple stories, songs and fingerplays with plenty of parent and child interaction. For toddlers and their grownups.

Teen Advisory Group (TAG) Leadership, 4 p.m. at Prescott Public Library, 215 E. Goodwin St. Finish up plans for the upcoming chocolate event for teens. For teens, grades 6-12. Call Jennifer Kendall at 928-777-1518 for more information or to apply for membership.

Business Workshop: Introduction to Business Plan Writing: 5 to 7 p.m. in the Glassford Hill Room at Prescott Valley Public Library, 7401 E. Civic Circle. 928-759-3040.

Wednesday, Feb. 22

Lunch N Learn: “Grading and Drainage Inspections,” 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at City Hall Council Chambers, 201 S. Cortez St. We need your input on proposed inspection changes. Final your permits easier and faster. Sponsored by City of Prescott Public Works Department and YCCA.RSVP to Gwen (Public Works) 928-777-1130 or Sandy (YCCA) 928-778-0040.

Chili’s Fundraiser for Miss Kitty’s Cat House, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Chili’s, 7281 E. Pav Way, Prescott Valley. Tell your server you are there for the fundraiser and Chili’s will donate 20 percent of the event day sales to Miss Kitty’s Cat House. More information, 928-775-6918.

Teen Chocolate Festival, 6 p.m. at Prescott Public Library, 215 E. Goodwin St. Chocolate is everywhere! Discover a world of chocolate at our first-ever Teen Chocolate Festival. For teens, grades 6-12. Presented with funding from the Friends of the Prescott Public Library.

Professional Writers of Prescott Meeting: “All About Research,” 6 p.m. at the Prescott Valley Public Library, 7401 E. Civic Circle. Prescott resident Parker Anderson, author of several local history books, will detail the methods of historical research. Katherine, 928-864-8642, caccavalek@gmail.com; prescottwriters.com.

Thursday, Feb. 23

Lunch with a Librarian at the Community Center, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Rowle P. Simmons Community Center, 1280 E. Rosser St. Check out books or movies, learn to place holds, get a new library card or get answers to your burning reference questions.

MATFORCE Lunch ’n’ Learn, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Board of Supervisors Room in the Yavapai County Administration Building, 1015 S. Fair St. Get the results of the 2016 Arizona Youth Survey, which provides answers on how and why kids use drugs. Free. Brown-bag lunches are welcome. 928-708-0100; matforce.org.

OLLI Munch & Learn: “High Noon for Liberalism ― The New York City Teachers’ Strikes of 1968,” 12:30 to 2 p.m. on Yavapai College’s Prescott Campus, Building 3, Room 119. Bill Weiss will discuss the impact of the longest municipal walkout in the city’s history, over the controversial issue of decentralization of the city’s school system, which stirred racial and social unrest. Free, but seating is limited. Call 928-717-7634 to reserve a spot.

Genealogy Mentor Sessions, 1 and 2 p.m. at Prescott Public Library, 215 E. Goodwin St. Get assistance with your genealogy research from a member of the Northern Arizona Genealogy Society. Register online, at the Ask a Librarian Desk or by phone, 928-777-1526.

Editing Digital Photos Online, 1:30 p.m. at Prescott Public Library, 215 E. Goodwin St. Learn to fix red eyes in a favorite photo or to add balloons and text to a birthday pic using online photo editing services like Pixlr and Photoshop Express! This class requires basic mouse, keyboard and Internet skills. Register online, at the Ask a Librarian Desk or by phone, 928-777-1526.

LEGO Expo, 4 p.m. at Prescott Public Library, 215 E. Goodwin St. Master builders assemble! We’ll provide the LEGOs and lots of space. You bring your imagination and enthusiasm! For children, ages 5 and up. Presented with funding from the Friends of the Prescott Public Library.

Christian Academy of Prescott Open House, 6 p.m. at the school, 148 S. Marina St., across from courthouse plaza. Event will include an introduction to the school, campus exploration, scholarship drawings, door prizes, refreshments and more. RSVP by Feb. 16. christianacademy@capprescott.com.

“Calendar Girls,” 7 p.m. at Prescott Center for the Arts’ Mainstage, 208 N. Marina St. The fastest selling play in British theater history mingles pathos and comedy in its depiction of life’s determination and hope, loss, the importance of acceptance and knowing just when to let go. Guaranteed to make you laugh, cry and come out singing “Jerusalem.” 928-445-3286; pca-az.net.

Friday, Feb. 24

Career fair, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Del Rio Elementary School, 1036 North Road 1 West in Chino Valley. Job listings for full-time, part-time, temporary and summer jobs, as well as info on various careers and one-on-one meetings with representatives from business, health care, nonprofit and military organizations. Professional attire recommended. Sponsored by Yavapai College Regional Economic Development Center, Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce and Goodwill of Central Arizona.

Lapsit Storytime, 9:30 a.m. at Prescott Public Library. Bring your baby for some cozy active time on your lap. Storytime lasts about 20 minutes, but you’re invited to linger and play.

Conversational Spanish, 10 a.m. at Prescott Public Library, 215 E. Goodwin St. Check your English at the door and brush up on your Spanish with conversation and camaraderie. Sessions may include targeted grammar discussions, subject-specific vocabulary practice and handouts. Basic Spanish skills needed.

Preschool Storytime, 10:30 a.m. at Prescott Public Library, 215 E. Goodwin St. Thirty minutes of stories, songs and fingerplays especially for children ages 3-5 and their grownups. Siblings are always welcome.

Resume and Cover Letter Basics, 1 p.m. at Prescott Public Library, 215 E. Goodwin St. Discover how to create a professional resume and cover letter using the Career Transitions database in this 90-minute presentation. Learn about local employment resources with time for individual questions at the end. Register online, at the Ask a Librarian desk or by phone, 928-777-1526.

Friday Night Movie: “Sully,” 4 p.m., at the Adult Center of Prescott, 1280 E. Rosser St. Based on true story of the pilot behind the “Miracle on the Hudson,” drama/biography, rated PG-13. 928-778-3000; adultcenter.org.

Hustle Dance Lesson by Phillip Ledesma, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., followed by a Dance Party, 7:30 to 10 p.m., at Adult Center of Prescott, 1280 E. Rosser St. 928-778-3000; adultcenter.org.

Literary Southwest Series: Geoff Dyer, 7 p.m. at Yavapai College, 1100 E. Sheldon St. (Susan N. Webb Community Room, Building 19, Room 147). Dyer, a novelist, essayist and literary critic will read from his work. An audience Q-and-A and book signing will follow the reading. Free, open to the public. Jim, 928-775-2295.

“Calendar Girls,” 7 p.m. at Prescott Center for the Arts’ Mainstage, 208 N. Marina St. The fastest-selling play in British theater history mingles pathos and comedy in its depiction of life’s determination and hope, loss, the importance of acceptance and knowing just when to let go. Guaranteed to make you laugh, cry and come out singing “Jerusalem.” 928-445-3286; pca-az.net.

Saturday, Feb. 25

Fruit Tree Pruning Demonstration, 10 a.m. at McLandress Orchard, 850 S. Maricopa St. in Chino Valley. Offered by University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Agent Jeff Schalau, the demo will cover, apples, pears, plums, peaches, nectarines, cherries and more. 928-445-6590, ext. 221.

Willow Lake Pit House Archaeological Site Tours, 10 a.m. to noon at Willow Lake Park. The park entrance is past the Heritage Park Zoo parking lot. Yavapai Chapter Arizona Archaeological Society docents are available to discuss the area’s prehistoric people and the preserved, ancient pit houses. A map and information are available from: charlesstroh@yahoo.com

Prescott Winter Market, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Yavapai Regional Medical Center parking lot, 930 Division St. Find fresh local produce, eggs, chicken, beef, pickled goods, baked goods, herbs, live plants, prepared foods and more ― all direct from area farmers. 408-616-9121.

Family Storytime, 11 a.m. at Prescott Public Library, 215 E. Goodwin St. Thirty minutes of stories, songs and activities for the whole family.

“Calendar Girls,” 2 and 7 p.m. at Prescott Center for the Arts’ Mainstage, 208 N. Marina St. The fastest-selling play in British theater history mingles pathos and comedy in its depiction of life’s determination and hope, loss, the importance of acceptance and knowing just when to let go. Guaranteed to make you laugh, cry and come out singing “Jerusalem.” 928-445-3286; pca-az.net.

Spaghetti dinner with raffle and door prizes, 5 to 7 p.m. at the United Methodist Church, 8944 E. Sommer in Prescott Valley. Hosted by American Legion Gary Streeter Post 108 Auxiliary, to raise money to sponsor candidates to Girls’ State in summer of 2017. Dinner is $10. Raffle for military statue; tickets are $5 each or five for $20. Call 928-759-9385 for tickets to the event.

Sunday, Feb. 26

“Calendar Girls,” 2 p.m. at Prescott Center for the Arts’ Mainstage, 208 N. Marina St. The fastest-selling play in British theater history mingles pathos and comedy in its depiction of life’s determination and hope, loss, the importance of acceptance and knowing just when to let go. Guaranteed to make you laugh, cry and come out singing “Jerusalem.” 928-445-3286; pca-az.net.

Monday, Feb. 27

Prescott Art Docents Art Talk: “Threads of Southwest Heritage: A cultural history of Art in the New World,” 10:30 a.m. at the Prescott Center for the Arts Theater, 208 N. Marina St. Presented by Prescott Art Docent, Sandra Hennigan. The public is invited. Reception in PCA Gallery at 10:00 a.m. Information: Andrea, 928-636-7207; Joslyn at ejcandh@msn.com or visit Calendar at prescottartdocents.net.

Chamber Orientation, 4 to 5 p.m., Chamber office, 117 W. Goodwin Street, Prescott. More information: 928-445-2000, or Prescott.org.

Tuesday, Feb. 28

Free Seminar: “The Truth about Mutual Funds, What Wall Street Doesn’t Want You to Know,” 10 to 11 a.m. at Adult Center of Prescott, 1280 E. Rosser St. Presented by Darren Vilardo, DaVinci Wealth. 928-778-3000; adultcenter.org.

Mardi Gras Lunch and Entertainment with Bert, the Clarinet King, 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. at Susan J. Rheem Adult Day Center, 3407 N. WIndsong Drive, Prescott Valley. Free; but you must RSVP for lunch. 928-775-3563.

Free Seminar: “Answers to Questions My Survivors Need to Know,” 1 to 3 p.m. at Adult Center of Prescott, 1280 E. Rosser St. Presented by June Sherod. 928-778-3000; adultcenter.org.

Toddler Storytime, 10 a.m. at Prescott Public Library. Twenty-30 minutes of simple stories, songs and fingerplays with plenty of parent and child interaction. For toddlers and their grownups.

Newbery Book Club, 4 p.m. at Prescott Public Library, 215 E. Goodwin St. Discuss Victoria Jamieson’s “Roller Girl” and the importance of being true to yourself. We’ll also learn about a Roller Derby team based in the Prescott area! The first 15 to register will receive a personal copy of each month’s book. For children, grades 4-6. Register online, at the Youth Desk or by phone, 928-777-1537.

21st Century Patton: “Strategic Insights for the Modern Era,” 5 p.m. at Prescott Public Library, 215 E. Goodwin St. Dr. Furman Daniel, assistant professor in the Embry-Riddle College of Global Security and Intelligence, shares bold research from his recently published book, “21st Century Patton.” Discover a more complete and nuanced General George S. Patton Jr. beyond his flamboyant personality, as Daniel guides us through Patton’s intellectual development and connects his views on strategic thought and history to issues of the present day. Copies of the book will be available for purchase. Daniel’s published work has also appeared in The Washington Post, Real Clear Defense, Proceedings, Orbis, Washington Quarterly and various academic journals.