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At a Glance: See Celia Farran’s Celtic show March 15

Pet bowls to help United Animal Friends Woof Down Lunch. (Courtesy)

Pet bowls to help United Animal Friends Woof Down Lunch. (Courtesy)

Pet bowls to help United Animal Friends Woof Down Lunch

Jarz of Clay invites animal lovers to create pet bowls for United Animal Friends’ annual Woof Down Lunch. Participants can paint a ceramic bowl for $15 until May 23, which will then be donated to the fundraising event. Part of the fun is attending Woof Down Lunch to find your creation.

Jarz of Clay is located in Prescott Gateway Mall. For more information, call 928-717-2182. Woof Down Lunch is set for Saturday, May 30, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the courthouse plaza in downtown Prescott.

See Celia Farran’s Celtic show March 15

Note - The Elks Theatre announced March 14 it is closing to public events; at press time it is uncertain this performance is still scheduled. Click HERE for more info.

The Elks Theatre & Performing Arts Center is presenting singer/songwriter and comedienne Celia Farran at 7 p.m. Sunday, March 15, in the third-floor Crystal Hall.

Described as an earthy Enjya, Joan Baez and Tina Fey, Farran presents a combination of the silly and sacred, able to transform on stage into one or more of her alter egos who can leave the audience howling with laughter. Her heartfelt vocals and comedic improvisations leave the audience never knowing what’s going to come next.

Tickets are $20 in advance on www.eventbrite.com/o/celia-1944644889 or $25 on the day of the show. Seating is limited.

The Elks Theatre & Performing Arts Center is located at 117 E. Gurley St.

Enjoy ‘God of Carnage’

Prescott Center for the Arts is putting on “God of Carnage” as its next show on Stage Too. A play by Yasmina Reza, it is directed by Kevin Nissen.

The show features two couples who meet to discuss a schoolyard squabble between their sons but harmony devolves into hostility when the evening descends into hilarious, unmannered chaos.

Performances are at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, March 12-14, Thursday through Saturday, March 19-21, and Thursday through Saturday, March 26-28; and 2 p.m. Sundays, March 15, 22 and 29.

Tickets are $19, available online at www.pca-az.net.

Stage Too is located in the alley behind the theater at 208 N. Marina St.

Watch a vintage baseball game March 14

The Prescott Champions Vintage Base Ball Club is kicking off its spring and summer schedule of 19th century baseball games at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 14, with a game against the Ft. Verde Excelsiors.

Usually players from Illinois and other locations join in the game.

The event is free and features a food truck, local 19th century baseball history, baseball trivia questions, spectator participation and a lot of fun.

The game is at Ken Lindley Field, 702 E. Gurley St.

Look to the Stars on March 20

Explore the night sky ushered in by spring with “Arizona Philharmonic – A Celestial Spring” at the Jim & Linda Lee Planetarium on Friday, March 20.

The 6 and 7:30 p.m. shows will investigate myriad constellations, planets and deep sky objects with musicians of the Arizona Philharmonic performing Vivaldi and other seasonal favorites with cosmic narration by Planetarium Director Eric Edelman.

Tickets are $22, available online at prescott.erau.edu/about/planetarium/public-shows.

The Jim & Linda Lee Planetarium is located at 3700 Willow Creek Road.

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