Originally Published: October 16, 2017 5:50 a.m.
Hope Fest Arizona 2017
For the sixth year, Hope Fest Arizona lit up the Yavapai County Courthouse Plaza with a variety of attractions and resources Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017. (Photos by Matt Van Doren/The Daily Courier)
For the sixth year, Hope Fest Arizona lit up the Yavapai County Courthouse Plaza with a variety of attractions and resources.
Featured were a car and motorcycle show, live performances by local and national recording artists, guest speakers, a multitude of vendors and services, and a free family fun zone.
What’s given the event its name is its HOPE Serves Family Resource Fair, which aims to impact the immediate needs of veterans, the hungry, the homeless and those affected by domestic violence.
This year’s Hope Fest Arizona was specifically dedicated to all veterans: past, present, fallen and families.
"Our objective is to unite, mobilize and serve through love, connecting solutions to the immediate needs of our friends and neighbors of the Greater Prescott area," said Jaye Lene, Co-founder and Executive Director of Hope Fest Arizona.
-- Videos and galley photos by Matt Van Doren/The Daily Courier