Folk singer/songwriter Tom Chapin, whose career spans five decades, 24 albums and three Grammy awards, is returning to Prescott for a show that kicks off Folk Sessions’ 17th year.
The Central Arizona Concert Band is welcoming 2020 and a new decade with their first performance of the year featuring new music along with old favorites, according to a news release from Publicity Manager Joe Cotten.
Though most of the productions for Prescott Center for the Arts’ 50th season were director’s choice, the upcoming production of Agatha Christie’s “The Unexpected Guest” was one of two plays that weren’t assigned to someone, said director Bill Osborne.
Between the Audubon Society’s Window on Nature program, New Year, New Me Comedy Night and Prescott Writers with a presentation on self-publishing and marketing, there is a lot to do over the next week in the quad-city area.
The Town of Chino Valley has partnered with the Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce bring back the eight-week Chino Valley Citizen’s Academy, which begins Thursday, Jan. 23.
After receiving numerous calls about Unity Road in the Brightstar subdivision and struggling with what to do with it, the public works department has brought the road back to gravel.
The Chino Valley United Methodist Church donated $2,000 in the form of 80 $25 Walmart gift cards to the Yavapai Casa for Kids Foundation’s Keys to Success Program.
Florian “The Venom” Kohler, a celebrity pool player and world famous trick shot artist, wowed the crowd gathered around one of the pool tables at Barefoot Bob’s Billiards Saturday afternoon, Jan. 18.
They want change and they want it now. That was one of the rallying cries at the beginning of the fourth annual Women’s March at the courthouse plaza Saturday afternoon, Jan. 18.
The Sir Harrison Band and the Electric Swamp Poets, comprised of Christian Berry and Tall Paul Epoch, are headed to Memphis for the 2020 International Blues Challenge.