In between customers’ arrivals on an early Friday evening recently, Bill Smoot, owner of Prescott Winery, talked about how he came to open such a business in Prescott.
As an annual tribute to the horse, that majestic, loyal and hardworking companion of all mankind, the Phippen Museum once again invites you to join them between July 30 and Sept. 25, as it presents “Hold Your Horses!” a special invitational exhibition and sale featuring artwork focused entirely on these resilient and dependable animals.
Prescott’s well-known blues band, Road 1 South, will play at the city’s fourth annual National Night Out kick-off Friday, July 29.
Movies playing at Harkins Theatres, 7202 Pav Way, Prescott Valley (Highway 69 be-tween Glassford Hill and Lake Valley roads). 775-7444; www.harkins.com.
Fans of show tunes won’t want to miss the Prescott Pops Symphony Orchestra’s next concert, “An Afternoon with Kern and Hammerstein.”
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Friday, July 29 Free Summer Concert Series and kickoff for the 4th annual National Night Out...
Food trucks are no longer just a trend in this country. They’re more or less expected.
Books about WWII, tough teen years, barbarians
Meet three local authors, hear them read from their newest works, and find out what they’re currently working on.
Saturday “Turn the Page – Ultimate Tribute to Bob Seger,” 7 p.m. at the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center, 117 E. Gurley St., Prescott. $22 - $25. 928-777-1370; www.prescottelkstheater.com.
Executive Director Helen Stephenson announces the winners of the 2016 Prescott Film Festival:
The 11th annual Whiskey Row Shootout re-enactment competition provides continual entertainment this weekend, July 23-24, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. both days, with a Western dance Saturday from 6 to 10 p.m.
On Saturday, July 23 from 7-9 p.m. the Prescott Valley Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will host a live stream broadcast of The Mormon Tabernacle Choir Pioneer Day concert.
Nobody cuts film anymore, Tom Finan, film editor, told a group of students and movie buffs at a free workshop July 21 at the Prescott Film Festival.
The 7th Annual Prescott Film Festival (PFF) has plenty of great movies, shorts and workshops in its weekend lineup.
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Movies playing at Harkins Theatres, 7202 Pav Way, Prescott Valley (Highway 69 between Glassford Hill and Lake Valley roads). 775-7444; www.harkins.com.
Four outstanding works by Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater — one of the world’s leading modern dance companies — will be screened in cinemas nationwide and at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre in Sedona as part of the Lincoln Center at the Movies: Great American Dance series.
A few minutes out of downtown off Iron Springs Road is a natural paradise, a place of relaxing beauty where families, bikers, hikers, fisherman, horseback riders, or folks just seeking to unwind, can go and recharge their personal batteries.
If you like Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, you’ll want to go see Ozzie when he comes to town.
If you’ve seen one of the “tribute” shows presented by TAD Management at the Elks Theatre, you’ve seen the work of Bob Conrad.
There’s nothing quite like a firstborn to make a young couple reevaluate their lives.
Movies playing at Harkins Theatres, 7202 Pav Way, Prescott Valley (Highway 69 between Glassford Hill and Lake Valley roads).
Everything (else) that's happening this week in Prescott-area entertainment.
The 7th Annual Prescott Film Festival (PFF) begins its kickoff this Sunday afternoon with a gathering of movie buffs for a wine tasting at 3 p.m., July 17, and a film noir experience afterwards as the eight-day 2016 Festival commences on the Yavapai College campus.