From star talks on the biggest stars with the smallest satellites, Folk Sessions’ 17th anniversary show and the 2019 Blues Blast Rising Star Ben Rice performing at Birdcage Saloon, the Quad Cities have plenty to offer over the next week.
As members of the Chino Valley Elks Lodge unfurled a banner at the Tuesday, Feb. 11, Chino Valley Town Council meeting, Trustee Beverly Swanty said that the organization has donated more than $261,000 since its inception.
For Larry Holt, co-chair of the group of Chino Valley residents looking to make improvements to the town’s 9/11 memorial, the biggest thing is community involvement.
Hundreds of opportunities for work from dozens of businesses and organizations will be available at the 2020 Chino Valley Job Fair Friday, Feb. 21, according to Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Lorette Brashear.
Dewey-based Earth Resources Corporation was awarded a $7.6 million contract to build the Viewpoint Connector by a unanimous Prescott Valley Town Council on Thursday, Feb. 13.
Closing out Arizona Beer Week in Prescott is the second annual Northern Arizona Craft Beer Crawl, featuring Northern Arizona-based craft beers at 14 local bars and breweries.
The Phoenix Symphony is coming back to Prescott for a Sunday, Feb. 23, show featuring music by Felix Mendelssohn, Robet Schumann and Fanny Mendelssohn-Hensel with Resident Conductor Matthew Kasper directing and violinist Adrienne Finet joining the orchestra as a soloist.
See the show that England’s theatre blog the “Native Monster” calls “incredible” and “highly professional” that leaves “fans gasping and shouting out in awe” as the National Dance Company of Ireland brings its “Rhythm of the Dance” show back to the Yavapai College and Performing Arts Center.
Between the second annual Northern Arizona Beer Crawl, an Arizona Humanities lecture on performing arts in mining towns and Prescott Center for the Arts’ next Reader’s Theater performance, the quad-city area has a lot to do over the next week.
There’s still a few lanes at Antelope Lanes open for anyone who wants to participate in Horses with H.E.A.R.T’s 17th annual Bowl-A-Thon, said Executive Director Pam Berry.
Four new restaurants have opened in Chino Valley in the last six months with two more on their way, said Chino Valley Economic Development Project Manager Maggie Tidaback during an economic development forum at the Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce’s Wednesday, Feb. 5, Business & Networking Luncheon.
On Thursday, Dec. 12, a cold winter wind swept through Prescott, blowing down the “Smoki Museum” sign on Gurley Street just after the museum’s Board of Trustees unanimously voted to approve the museum’s new name.
Currently in his second year as the athletic director at Chino Valley High School, Marty Campitelli said there are no normal days.
The City of Prescott’s proposed policy change that would allow water service outside of city limits without annexing those areas has some favorable features, some questionable features and some disadvantages, said Citizens Water Advocacy Group President Gary Beverly at the Saturday, Feb. 8, CWAG meeting.
The fun-loving, horns-keyboard-and-a-songstress jazz combo called The Hot Sardines, which Forbes called “one of the best jazz bands in New York today” is coming back to the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center for a Sunday night, Feb. 9, show.
The Yavapai College Performing Arts Center’s Cabaret Series continues with a funny, musical look at the terrors of dating in the digital age called “So… Is This a Date?” Friday night, Feb. 14.
Did you make a New Year’s resolution? Justin Soto did, saying his was to move back to Arizona. He lives here now, Soto said.
From the Highland Center’s chocolate-making and wine-tasting event, a symphonic rock show and Nancy Elliot performing in the next CoffeeHouse Concert, there is a lot to over the next seven days in the quad-city area.
Plans for a stoplight at the intersection of Highway 89 and Road 1 North are moving ahead officials from the Arizona Department of Transportation said at the Chino Valley Town Council meeting Tuesday, Jan. 28.
Business owners in the Town of Chino Valley can put their feather flags back up thanks to new language in the sign code unanimously passing the Chino Valley Town Council Tuesday, Jan. 28.
Over the last few days, Compass Training Center AZ in Chino Valley hosted the In Range Desert Brutality 2020 international shooting competition From Wednesday, Jan. 29, through Sunday, Feb. 2.
Driven from her home by the Nazis in 1942, Esther Roth spent five days in a cattle car without food or water, arriving at Auschwitz on her 16th birthday.
Walking into the Jim & Linda Lee Planetarium on the campus of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University for the first time, you might expect to see an image of the night sky projected from a star ball in the middle of the room.
The mysterious and musical mind of Khris Dodge is bringing a show to Prescott that’s a little bit of Mozart and Chopin mixed with Billy Joel and Dick Dale’s “Miserlou” with “Symphonic Rock,” according to a news release from Courtney Dodge.
From Tom Chapin coming back to Prescott for a show at the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center to a one-man performance of “The Iliad” by the Southwest Shakespeare Company to an origami class, the quad-city area offers a lot to do over the next seven days.
With the Town of Chino Valley celebrating 50 years this year, a new book is coming out commemorating the town’s first five decades.
Chino Valley Public Works Director Frank Marbury started the process of developing the town’s engineering standards with a presentation on grading and drainage at the Tuesday, Jan. 21, Chino Valley Town Council Study Session.
Town Manager Cecilia Grittman said she plans to retire early next year during the Tuesday, Jan. 21, Chino Valley Town Council Study Session.
Sitting in the Prescott Center for the Arts Gallery Tuesday evening, Jan. 21, a group of actors, both seasoned and inexperienced, waited patiently for their chance to audition for a part in the organization’s upcoming production of “Amadeus.”
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.
The Phoenix Symphony is coming to Prescott Sunday, Jan. 19, for its first concert of 2020, with two pieces by Felix Mendelssohn and one piece by Robert Schumann, according to a news release from Sue Bray of the Yavapai Symphony Association.
Ever since she arrived in Prescott five years ago, Luan Mueller, instrumental music teacher at Granite Mountain School, said she’s always wanted to start a youth orchestra.
Celebrity pool player Florian” The Venom” Kohler, a world-famous trick- shot artist who holds six Guinness World Record Titles, is coming to Prescott Valley for a special event at Barefoot Bob’s Billiards Saturday, Jan. 18.
Between a planetarium show about Prescott’s winter night sky, the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service and the Cowboy Collectors Gathering show, there is a lot to do in the Quad Cities as 2020 continues.
Looking back on the recently passed Christmas season, it was busy but rewarding, said Recreation Lead Dallas Gray.
Juniors and seniors at Chino Valley High School will have more in the way of electives after the Chino Valley Unified Governing Board approved two new courses at its Tuesday, Jan. 7, meeting.
Business owners in the Town of Chino Valley could soon be able to put their feather flags back up after having to take them down last year to comply with old language in the sign code.
Yavapai College Performing Arts Center fan favorite, “The Price is Right Live” is coming back to give people a chance to win cash and prizes at a Friday, Jan. 17, show, according to a news release from Yavapai College Marketing & Communications Specialist Michael Grady.