Prescott Center for the Arts, currently in the throes of its capital campaign to expand, among other things, will enhance the organization’s youth program, Executive Director Robyn Allen said.
For the third concert of its regular season, the Prescott POPs Symphony will go on tour around the world without leaving the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center.
On Sunday, the courthouse plaza will be filled with people and bowls handcrafted by local artisans that will be filled with soup prepared by local chefs, all in the name of alleviating hunger, for the 22nd annual Empty Bowls event.
It’s something that happens every week – the trash gets put out to get picked up, the collectors come in their easily recognizable trucks and take it away. Week after week. The question is though … do you put your trash container on the sidewalk or in the street?
With his rendition of “I Can’t Make You Love Me,” Prescott Valley’s Nolan Adair took home first place at the Thursday, Sept. 5, Prescott Sings! finale, becoming the competition’s second male winner.
Knowing that parents are always looking for things to do for their kids, The Dance Studio owner Donna Casey has been putting on dance classes at the Chino Valley Community Center since January.
Those who have yet to wander into downtown Prescott over the holiday weekend may want to end their summer season by venturing onto the courthouse plaza for the final day of the Faire on the Square.
The party began Saturday morning, Aug. 31, with nearly 30 entries in the 2019 Territorial Days Parade, celebrating Chino Valley as the first territorial capital of Arizona and kicking off the town’s 50th anniversary.
There are multiple meetings scheduled in Chino Valley on Tuesday, Sept. 3, including the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, the Chino Valley Unified School District Governing Board and the Chino Valley Planning and Zoning Commission meeting.
There’s fun coming for the whole family at the upcoming Yavapai County Fair, happening Thursday, Sept. 5 to Sunday, Sept. 8.
Enjoy a community barn dance and barbecue dinner this weekend with the annual Sequins & Saddles event put on by the Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce and Horses with H.E.A.R.T.
Celebrate Chino Valley as Arizona’s first territorial capital Saturday, Aug. 31, with Territorial Days, an event that also kicks off the town’s 50th anniversary, said Chino Valley Assistant Community Services Director Cyndi Thomas.
Top EnduroCross racers visited the Findlay Toyota Center in Prescott Valley on Saturday night. Motorcycle racers made their way through a custom track filled with several obstacles in front of a big crowd.
Prescott Center for the Arts is heading into its 2019/2020 50th Anniversary Season, which Executive Director Robyn Allen said is going to be really fun. When it came to figuring out which plays to have for this year’s season, Allen said she steered the selection committee to a sort of director’s choice.
It’s going to be a weekend full of jazz as listeners go on a musical journey for the 19th annual Prescott Jazz Summit.
Music United Against Teen Bullying & Suicide is having its second annual Concert Against Teen Bullying and Suicide Music Festival is this weekend with 15 musical acts set to perform.
Sharing a quote from Mark Twain, Chino Valley resident Jeff Frohock stood alongside Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Lorette Brashear at the Chino Valley Town Council meeting Tuesday, Aug. 13 to propose their idea for a repertory theater.
The Chino Valley Police Foundation is saying “aloha” again as it holds its second annual Hawaiian Luau this weekend.
Locals and visitors alike came to the seventh annual Sharlot’s WineFest at Sharlot Hall Museum Saturday, Aug. 17, which Executive Director Fred Veil said sold out.
At the Highlands Center for Natural History’s James Family Discovery Gardens, people of all ability levels have been able to enjoy nature and learn about the natural world around them.
Matthew Thigpen says he tends to be more guarded, but also gives people the benefit of the doubt. Maverick Thigpen says he, personally, feels he can trust people and they’re not out to get him. Hannah Asfeldt says that, for her, trust depends on the person.
After closing its doors for the second semester of last school year, the Boys & Girls Club of Central Arizona’s Chino Valley Teen Center is open once more.
The Chino Valley Planning & Zoning Commission at its meeting Tuesday, Aug. 6, forwarded the preliminary plat for the planned Heritage Point subdivision to the Chino Valley Town Council.
While the Chino Valley Unified School District had to cut a teacher who provided art half time at Del Rio Elementary School, kids who want it will still have the chance for some art instruction thanks to a new program unanimously approved by the Governing Board at its Aug. 6 meeting.
Through video and answering questions, members of the Fain family recounted the history of their family and the Rafter Eleven ranch at Yavapai College Saturday, Aug. 10, during the 32nd annual Arizona Cowboy Poets Gathering.
As part of its effort to make a comeback, the Prescott Area Arts and Humanities Council is putting together a book festival.
About an hour and a half into the eighth annual Mile High Brewfest, or two and a half hours for VIP ticketholders, and things were going well, said event organizer Molly Fernow, development officer at Boys & Girls Club of Central Arizona.
As the Mountain Artists Guild continues to celebrate 70 years this year, this weekend sees its 69th annual Fine Art & Crafts Festival, Prescott’s oldest downtown art festival.
Compass Training Center AZ is set for its grand opening Saturday, Aug. 10, following a soft opening Thursday, Aug. 1.
As students headed to their classrooms on the first day of school Monday, Aug. 5, ready to begin another year of learning in the Chino Valley Unified School District, things were going pretty smoothly at Territorial Early Childhood Center.
Among the rocks, gems and minerals in the Findlay Toyota Center on Saturday for the Prescott Gem & Mineral Club’s 16th annual Prescott Gem & Mineral Show was Tony Znaniecki and his rocks with animal scenes painted on them.
When the “kiddos” in Chino Valley Unified School District go off to their first day of school Monday, Aug. 5, they’ll find there’s a little bit of new mixed with the familiar.
More than 40 cowboy poets and musicians are moseying into Prescott next week to share their talents as well as their heritage and the culture of the American cowboy.
This weekend is the time to learn some western history, more specifically Southwestern history, at the 16th annual Western History Symposium Saturday, Aug. 3, co-sponsored by Sharlot Hall Museum and the Prescott corral of Westerners International.
This weekend is going to rock with the Prescott Gem & Mineral Club’s 16th annual Prescott Gem & Mineral Show and Sale.
The Chino Valley Town Council unanimously voted to postpone approving the Fiscal Year 2019/2020 Council Strategic Plan until later in the year at its Tuesday, July 23, meeting.