Spring cleaning doesn’t have to take all of spring to accomplish

Spring cleaning timeSpring is here, and it’s time to dust off old man winter and engage in the annual spring cleaning. Spring cleaning doesn’t have to take all spring, and with a plan place you can accomplish all your cleaning in as little as 5 days.

5 Day spring cleaning plan

  • Day 1 – Start ringing in spring in the kitchen. From the pantry to the fridge, appliances, and cabinets, your kitchen will be in tip-top shape in no time. Wiping down shelves, cleaning out expired condiments. Don’t forget to take a moment to think about your space and get rid of items that you don’t use.
     
  • Day 2 – Move on to your living spaces. From wiping down blinds to shaking off the dust on drapes, artwork and shelves don’t forget about your home office, porch and deck. Next move furniture away from walls and clean underneath. Remember to check the cushions for loose change and valuables!
     
  • Day 3 – Clean and organize your bathrooms. From cleaning tubs and walls to removing items in the shower and replacing or washing your shower curtain liner, throw it in the washing machine to clean it. Don’t forget to inspect the cabinets and throw out things that you just don’t use.
     
  • Day 4 – Now that you’re halfway there, move on to cleaning closets and bedrooms. From vacuuming and dusting to putting away cool weather clothing in exchange for warm weather attire. Don’t forget to donate or consign apparel that hasn’t been worn in the last 12 months.
     
  • Day 5 – Now that you’re on the home stretch focus on cleaning floors, walls, windows, and molding. Don’t overlook checking for drafts around windows and doors, and watch for worn out grout between tiles.

Now that you’re all set to enjoy the summer months, reward yourself with a new plant, candles or how about some original artwork to adorn your walls.

Did spring cleaning inspire you to sell your home?

At Kathleen Yamauchi Group Real Estate we are a full-service, Prescott, AZ Real Estate Agency. Using the very latest real estate advertising technology and employing the services of a professional real estate photographer, with your spring cleaning out of the way your property listing will stand out from the rest.

Contact Kathleen Yamauchi Group Real Estate to learn more about selling your home or call (928)771-1111 today.
 

Things to do this Weekend in Prescott, Arizona!

Here are just a few of the things going on in and around Prescott, Arizona this weekend February 16 – 18, 2018!

 Events

“Feeling the Effects: Photo Impressionism  
By Susan Walshe
Thu. 02/15 – Tues. 03/13, times vary
‘Tis Art Center and Gallery
Photo Impressionism has captured my heart.  And Prescott is the premier location for my whimsical work.  The ordinary and over-looked catch my eye.
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Vox Fortura
Fri. 02/16, 7pm
Elks Theatre`
Bringing classical vocals back into the mainstream. Filling every wow factor performance with personality and style and able to perform almost any era or genre of music in their iconic crossover style.
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Third Friday Chamber Music Series:
The Jumbie Jams and More

Fri. 02/16, 3:30-4:30pm
Prescott Public Library
First, enjoy the rhythms of the Jumbie Jams, next, revel in the Teleman Quartet in D for bassoon, violin, flute, cello and piano.
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Italian American Reconciliation
Thu. 02/16 – Sat. 02/18, times vary
Prescott Center for the Arts at Stage Too!
Aldo Scalicki helps his best friend Huey regain his lost strength by getting back together with his terrifying ex-wife. A fanciful, lighthearted and zestfully comic exploration of relationships. $17
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Vittles, Vines and Valentines
Fri. 02/16, & Sat. 02/17, 5:30pm
Blazin’ M Ranch 
Bring your sweetie for a special Valentine’s price that includes two adult dinner, and show tickets for $60.
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Gardening for Newcomers
Sat. 02/17, 9:30-10:30am
Watters Garden Center
This class is Gardening 101 for everyone hoping to turn a brown thumb green. Learn all the mountain secrets to local garden success.
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A Magical Journey
Sat. 02/17, 11am-12:30pm
2000 Shepherds Ln
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Native American Ministry Committee is proud to invite all interested parties to take a Magical Journey with Michael Goodluck, Navajo Flutist and Story Teller. Free event, open to public.
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Tumbledown House
Sat. 02/17, 7pm
Elks Theatre
Adored for their intimate seated events, which are oftentimes enriched by lush storytelling; their ability to charm audiences of all walks of life is making Tumbledown House a rising festival favorite.
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Prescott Winter Farmers Market
Sat. 02/17, 10am
930 Division Street
This market hosts 30 local farmers, ranchers and food and craft vendors each week. Customers can find specialty produce, meat, eggs, bread, baked goods delicious ready-to-eat foods and more.
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Caldecott Books and Art for Kids
Sat. 02/17, 11am-noon
Prescott Public Library
This month, learn about The Noisy Paint Box: The Colors and Sounds of Kandinsky’s Abstract Art by Barb Rosenstock, illustrated by Mary GrandPre. All registered children will receive a personal copy of the book. For grades K-2.

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Prescott International Folkdancers
Sun. 02/18, 3pm
216 E. Gurley St
Prescott International Folkdancers. We will help you learn dances from several different countries. A $3 donation is asked. For information: Dick Weston – 928-925-8995 or Noelle Elliott – 928-445-7804.
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Prescott POPS Symphony
“Cartoon Tunes” Concert

Sun. 02/18, 3-5pm
Yavapai College Performing Arts Center
What a fabulous way to end the POPS 25th Anniversary Season than with the sounds we all associate with fun, laughter and lighthearted entertainment.
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English Country Dance Sessions
Resuming at Granite Peak!

Sun. 02/18, 7pm
882 Sunset Ave.
Very informal dress and soft-soled shoes or sneakers are recommended. No partners required for this unique dance that is really easy.
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Things to do this Weekend in Prescott, Arizona!

 Here are just a few of the things going on in and around Prescott, Arizona this weekend January 9 – 11, 2018!

Events

“I’ve Been Framed” Annette Olson
and Cindi Shaffer 

Thu. 02/08 – Sun. 02/11, times vary
‘Tis Art Center and Gallery

In the Mezzanine Gallery: "I’ve Been Framed" Paintings by Annette Olson and Glass works by Cindi Shaffer.
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Italian American Reconciliation
Thu. 02/08 – Sat. 02/10, times vary
Prescott Center for the Arts at Stage Too!
Aldo Scalicki helps his best friend Huey regain his lost strength by getting back together with his terrifying ex-wife. A fanciful, lighthearted and zestfully comic exploration of relationships. $17
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Art Days for Kids
Fri. 02/09, 1pm
Prescott Public Library
Explore the art of Paul Seurat, and his dot technique and then create your own masterpiece using dots. For children, ages 6-14. 
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Route 66 Tribute
Fri. 02/09, 7pm-9:30pm
Adult Center On Rosser
Enjoy two shows in one. Paulette Rockir as Patsy Cline, and Chuck Brown as Elvis Presley.
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Class of ’68
Fri. 02/09, 7pm
Elks Theatre`
This annual salute to the Billboard top songs from 50 years ago features chart toppers from 1968, back to a time when you could sing along and didn’t want to change the dial when they played a new hit song. $22-$30
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Prescott Valley Public Library Friends of the Library Book Sale
Fri. 02/09 & Sat. 02/10, times vary
Prescott Valley Public Library
There will be lots of fiction and non-fiction—and, for the first time in many years, there will be a significant Young Adult collection for sale. 
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Cave Creek Useful and Medicinal Plants – Herb Walk
Sat. 02/10, 8:30am
Cave Creek
Discover the many useful and medicinal plants in the Upper Sonoran Desert of Cave Creek, Arizona. $35
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Horses With a Heart Bowl-A-Thon
Sat. 02/10, 9am
Antelope Lanes
The 15th Annual Benefit Bowl-A-Thon begins at 9 a.m. with team bowling, raffles, prizes, and just plain fun. Serving the Quad Cities’ special needs community for 25 years with therapeutic horseback riding programs.
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Mile High Mystics Festival of Hearts
Sat. 02/10, 9:30am-4:30pm
Hassayampa Hotel
The Spiritual & Healing Arts Festival features readers, chair massage, body work, vendors, energy healing, some free lectures, and more.
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YCPAC Satellite Series: The MET’s
Sat. 02/10, 10am
Yavapai College Performing Arts Center
Yavapai College Performing Arts Center presents a live satellite broadcast of the Metropolitan Opera production of "L’Elisir de D’Amore" (The Elixir of Love). $12-$24
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The BYU Young Ambassadors
Sat. 02/10, 7pm
Yavapai College Performing Arts Center
Join the Young Ambassadors for an energetic, fast-paced showcase of American musical theatre. Their performance, Welcome Home, delivers dynamic choreo-graphy and popular Broadway show tunes. $10-$25
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The Folk Sessions 15th Anniversary Celebration
Sat. 02/10, 7:30pm
Prescott Center for the Arts
An All-Star line-up with the Folk Sessions favorite .usical friends including Amy Hale Auker and Gail Steiger, Three-Legged Dog, Jim Pipkin, Alexa MacDonald, and more. $22
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Process Driven Baseball Academy
Sun. 02/11, 2pm
Prescott Valley Event Center
This professional hitting day camp includes exceptional instruction, coaches, and drills. $90-$100
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Increase your curb appeal for resale with artificial grass

Artificial grass adds curb appealAre you planning on selling your home in Prescott? When searching for ways to increase your curb appeal artificial grass can lend to a manicured look.

Artificial turf was introduced in 1966 replacing the grass in the Houston Astrodome. Since that time artificial turf has expanded to both residential and commercial applications.

Benefits of using artificial grass in your yard

  • Eco-friendly water conservation
     
  • Continuous manicured appearance
     
  • Decreased maintenance
     
  • Higher resale value
     
  • UV inhibitor prevents the color from fading in the Prescott High Desert climate

In addition to installing artificial grass, there are a number of other things you can do to entice buyers the minute that they enter your drive. Adding final touches such as flowering shrubs, perhaps a flagstone walkway and fresh mulch will go a long way. After all the old saying, “the devils in the details” can compel buyers to get the buyer out of their car excited to take a peek inside.

Full-service boutique Real Estate services

Once the curb appeal is in place, and your remodeling projects are complete sit back and enjoy the fruits of your labor. Once you are ready to sell your Prescott home, please consider Kathleen Yamauchi Group Real Estate.

At Kathleen Yamauchi Group Real Estate we are a full-service boutique Real Estate Agency. We utilize in-house marketing strategies that are second to none. Using the very latest real estate advertising technology and employing the services of a professional real estate photographer, your property listing will stand out from the rest.

The bottom line is that at the Kathleen Yamauchi Group, we have the experience to craft and position the message of your property above all of the other noise in this market.

Contact Prescott Realtor Kathleen Yamauchi Group Real Estate to learn more about selling your home or call (928)771-1111 today.
 

Things to do this Weekend in Prescott, Arizona!

 Here are just a few of the things going on in and around Prescott, Arizona this weekend February 2 – 4, 2018!

Events

"I’ve Been Framed" by Olson and Shaffer
Thu. 02/01 – Sun. 02/04, times vary
‘Tis Art Center & Gallery
In the Mezzanine Gallery: "I’ve Been Framed" Paintings by Annette Olson and Glass works by Cindi Shaffer.
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"A Piece and a Poem 2018" Art and Words
Thu. 02/01 – Sun. 02/04, times vary
‘Tis Art Center & Gallery
Enjoy works with words by Prescott area artists.
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Community Nature Study Series
Thu. 02/01 – Sat. 02/03, 9am-12pm
Highlands Center for Natural History
Join expert naturalists, researchers, and conservation leaders from across Arizona in this improved and expanded annual series celebrating study of the natural world. $25
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Lost In Yonkers
Thu. 02/01 – Sun. 02/04, times vary
Prescott Center for the Arts 
Lost In Yonkers is set at the beginning of World War II and follows Jay and Arty who wind up at their grandmother’s house while their father Eddie goes away to make extra money in scrap iron. $18-$22
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All Through The Night
Thu. 02/01 – Sat. 02/03, times vary
Stage Too! 
Set during and after the Third Reich, a stylistic, surrealistic play inspired by interviews with German Gentile women. A stylistic, surrealistic play. Minimal set. Minimal props. An unconventional time frame that jumps a chronological order.
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It’s A Mystery Book Group
Fri. 02/02, 2pm
Prescott Public Library
The Monkey’s Raincoat (1987) by Robert Crais. Read selected mystery books while enjoying the company of like-minded readers.
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Broadway Concert – Natalie Toro
Sat. 02/03, 7pm
The Elks Theater 
Starring in Broadway shows like Les Miserables, Cats, Evita, A Tale of Two Cities, In the Heights, and Jesus Christ Superstar, Broadway veteran Natalie Toro brings her critically acclaimed show, Broadway, Standards, and Everything In Between to eager audiences everywhere. $22-$25
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A Taste of Paris: A Tea Party for Children
Sat. 02/03, 11am
Prescott Public Library
Enjoy a taste of Paris with French pastries, tea and a game. For children of all ages. 
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Advanced Landscape Pruning for Garden Success
Sat. 02/03, 9:30am
Watters Garden Center
Guest instructor and arborist Grant Tibbetts from Jonny’s Tree & Landscaping shares his knowledge about our local trees to help yours thrive, be more healthy, and look great.
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Prescott Farmers Market
Sat. 02/03, 10am-1pm
Yavapai Regional Medical Center
This market hosts 30 local farmers, ranchers and food and craft vendors each week. 
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Prescott Origami Fanatics – Winged Hearts
Sun. 02/04, 1:30pm-4:30pm
Prescott Public Library
Just in time for Valentines Day, learn how to make winged hearts in this easy-to-medium-level paper folding, led by an experienced paper folder.
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English Country Dance Sessions 
Sun. 02/04, 7pm
Granite Peak Unitarian Universalist Congregation
All dances are taught and called, so no memorizing is necessary. Come socialize and enjoy lively and beautiful music that will make your first and third Sundays of each month special.
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Prescott International Folkdancers
Sun. 02/04, 3pm
First Congregational Church
Prescott International Folkdancers will help you learn dances from several different countries. $3
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Mistakes to avoid when House-hunting in Prescott

House-hunting in Prescott, AZSo you’ve decided to buy a house in Prescott, and now you’re ready to dive in and start looking at homes. House-hunting is far more than visiting a few homes and picking the one you like best. There are some things you can do to save time, money and most of all your sanity.

Mortgage pre-approval

In a competitive buyer’s real estate market it is more important than ever to get pre-approved for a mortgage before searching for a home. A pre-approval shows sellers that you are indeed a serious buyer and it lets you know just exactly what you can afford. We have a list of preferred lenders to make your offer more appealing to a seller.

Making a wish list

Buying a home is an exciting time and to save precious time make sure to sit down and make a wish list before you start booking your weekends viewing homes.

A wish list helps you sort out just exactly what you are looking for, providing a clear vision that will save you time and money in the end. Just remember, no home will have everything on your list. Be ready to prioritize.

Don’t wait too long to view a house for sale

In a real estate market where homes for sale are here today and gone tomorrow, it is imperative that you do whatever it takes to view a home for sale as quickly as possible when your real estate agent calls. Waiting even a day can result in a lost opportunity

Avoid outspoken and sometimes uneducated advisers

From friends to family members everyone will have an opinion, too many opinions can cloud a sunny day.

Hire an experienced Real Estate Agent

Although generally, the thought is that you will save money buying a home on your own, the seller is thinking the same thing. We recommend that you hire a Prescott Real Estate agent to represent you. Our buyer representatives specialize in helping you locate the right home or property, at the right price, right away.

At Kathleen Yamauchi Group Real Estate combined we have over 100 years of real estate experience ensuring that you will find the home that fits your needs and avoid costly mistakes when it comes time to negotiate on offer.

Contact Kathleen Yamauchi Group Real Estate or call (928)771-1111 to get started on your journey to find the right home at the right price in Prescott, AZ.
 

Things to do this Weekend in Prescott, Arizona!

Here are just a few of the things going on in and around Prescott, Arizona this weekend January 26 – 28, 2018!

Events

Prescott Area Artists Exhibit
Thu. 01/25 – Sun. 01/28, times vary
‘Tis Art Gallery
In the Main Gallery: "A Piece and a Poem 2018" featuring art and words by Prescott area artists.
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Lost in Yonkers
Thu. 01/25 – Sun. 01/28, times vary
Prescott Center for the Arts
Two brothers are sent to live with their formidable German grandmother, their childlike aunt and their gangster uncle in Neil Simon’s Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning semi-autobiographical play. $12-$20
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Things We Carry an Exhibition by Joe Castle
Fri. 01/26 , 5-7:30pm
Yavapai College Prescott Art Gallery
Things We Carry an Exhibition by Joe Castle features transformational works that range from the human form to configurations of animal remnants collected and rearranged, illustrating the journey of the hero.
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Prescott’s 4th Friday Art Walk
Fri. 01/26, 5-7pm
Downtown Prescott
The Art Walk showcases regional & international photography, painting, sculpture, jewelry & wearable art !  Meander our streets & courtyards.
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Diamond Rocks
Fri. 01/26, 7pm
Elks Theatre
Diamond Rocks celebrates one of the most influential American artists of our time – the one and only Neil Diamond. $22+ 
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Wildflowers: Ready, Set, Grow
Sat. 01/27, 9:30am
Watters Garden Center
Learn about the best seeds, soils, food, and techniques to bring on the color this spring. 
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LOVE THAT CLASSICAL!
Prescott Chamber Orchestra Concert

Sat. 01/27, 2:30pm
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
The PCO brings you music from both the Romantic and Contemporary eras of classical music, all under the direction of Associate Conductor, Peter Mueller. 
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Contra Dancing
Sat. 01/27, 7pm-10pm
First Congregational Church
Contra dancing is a social dance of long lines of couples number 1 and 2 and a band playing Celtic music. Caller teaches and calls each individual dance, about 15 minutes long, repeating 5 or more figures over and over. $4-$9
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Prescott Farmers Market
Sat. 01/27, 10am-1pm
YRMC Pendleton Center
The mission of Prescott Farmers Market is to support and expand local agriculture, cultivate a healthy community and increase access to affordable local food.
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YCPAC Satellite Series: The MET’s
Sat. 01/27, 10:55am
Yavapai College Performing Arts Center
YCPAC Satellite Series presents The Metropolitan Opera’s production of "Tosca." This is a live-stream broadcast of Puccini’s classic love triangle. $12-$24
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Living History at The Palace –
Benefiting the Sharlot Hall Museum

Sun. 01/28, 2pm
The Palace Restaurant and Saloon
General George Crook Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution Presents its 1st Annual Historic Preservation Fundraiser, ‘Living History at The Palace.’ A Wine, appetizer, and live auction event on the famous Whiskey Row. $45-$80
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Central Arizona Concert Band In Concert
Sun. 01/28, 3pm
Embry-Riddle University
The program includes a wide variety of music ranging from the beautifully melodic Marinarella Overture by Julius Fucik, the Symphonic Dance No. 3 by Clifton Williams, the Gold and Silver Waltz by Franz Lehar to the playful Teddy Bears Picnic and a tribute to Irving Berlin and Willie Nelson. $5-$12
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The Texas Tenors
Sun. 01/28, 7pm
Yavapai College Performing Arts Center
With breathtaking vocals, humor and cowboy charm, it is easy to see why TTT has become Americas favorite new tenors! Hear their patriotic program, "Let Freedom Sing." $32+
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Things to do this Weekend in Prescott, Arizona!

 Here are just a few of the things going on in and around Prescott, Arizona this weekend January 19 – 21, 2018!

Events

Art Show
Thu. 01/18 – Sun. 01/21, times vary
‘Tis Art Gallery
View "I’ve Been Framed" Paintings by Annette Olson and Glass works by Cindi Shaffer.
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The Price is Right Live
Fri. 01/19, 7:30pm
Yavapai College Performing Arts Center
Everyones favorite game show is going local and live. Randomly selected contestants will play Plinko, spin The Big Wheel, bid on the fabulous Showcase, and even win prizes from their seats. $29
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Third Friday Chamber Music Series
Fri. 01/19, 3:30pm
Prescott Public Library
Hear music by local chamber players and special guests every month during the Third Friday Chamber Music Series. 
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AZ Speaks Lecture: Hellraising, Heroic and Hidden Women of the Old West
Fri. 01/19, 1pm
Prescott Valley Public Library’s auditorium 
One of Arizona’s most honored and respected journalists, Jana Bommersbach, will take you on a verbal tour discussing some of the amazing women who came to the West in 1800s.
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Winterscapes Colored Pencil Drawing Series
Fri. 01/19, 9am
Highlands Center for Natural History
This winter, join local artist and illustrator Diane Iverson as she leads students through techniques of capturing the drama of the Arizona Highlands winter landscapes with colored pencils. $25-$132
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Prescott Farmers Market Winter Season
Sat. 01/20, 10am-1pm
YRMC Pendleton Center parking lot
The market is more than just a place to buy groceries. It’s a gathering space where you can see your community, meet the people who grow your food and support more than 20 local businesses all in one place. 
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Best and Most Beautiful Houseplants
Sat. 01/20, 9:30am
Watters Garden Center
Learn the best practices for watering, light placement, and how to treat and prevent pests and diseases that can affect your indoor garden. 
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Country Dance Party
Sat. 01/20, 6:30pm-10pm
Adult Center of Prescott
A Dance Party that is open to the public featuring music by Rhythm ‘N’ Boots, and Two Step/Swing Lessons before the dance. $10
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Caldecott Books and Art for Kids
Sat. 01/20, 11am
Prescott Public Library
Blending art with award-winning children’s books, this program introduces budding young artists to the wonderful world of illustrations. 
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VIRGIL EARP: TOUGHEST OF THE EARPS
Sat. 01/20, 2pm
Sharlot Hall Museum
Many are familiar with the shootout at the OK Corral, but unaware that Virgil’s law enforcement career began on the streets of Prescott, or that his favorite western town was Prescott.
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Winter Concert, Prescott Chamber Players Society
Sun. 01/21, 2pm
Trinity Presbyterian Church
The selection of chamber music will appeal to everyone who enjoys classical music. 
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Sunset Boulevard
Sun. 01/21, 3pm
Elks Performing Arts Center
A classic black comedy/drama about "behind the scenes" Hollywood, self-deceit, spiritual and spatial emptiness, and the price of fame, greed, narcissism, and ambition.
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January is National Radon Action Month

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) designated January as Radon action month in 1999 to raise awareness of radon. Although radon levels in Arizona are in general low, there are areas throughout the state where levels are higher.

Radon testing in Prescott, AZ

Why should I test for radon in my home?

Radon is a result of the natural radioactive decay of uranium in rock, soil, and water. Radon can be found in all 50 states and low levels occur widely in the Earth’s crust.

Radon rises through the Earth’s crust and can enter a home or workplace through items such as a water heater, sinks, showers, as well as microscopic cracks in a building´s foundation. Homes and commercial buildings are often well insulated, and windows are typically kept closed which can allow radon to build up. Radon is more commonly seen in areas of boulders or deep rock fissures.

Free test radon test kits

Testing for Radon is easy and inexpensive. Free kits are available in Prescott.

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Prescott, AZ

Thinking of selling your home in Prescott?

Competing for buyers has made it more critical than ever to have your home pre-inspected before putting it on the market.

A pre-inspection can give you peace of mind, more importantly, it will reduce the chance that a buyer will be turned off by a weak inspection report and walk away. Failure to have a pre-inspection performed on your home can also result in your home being pulled off the market to fix repairs.

Full-Service Boutique Real Estate Services

At Kathleen Yamauchi Group Real Estate we know what it takes to sell your home or land quickly at the highest possible value. With over 100 years of combined real estate experience, we truly understand this unique marketplace better than most.

Kathleen Yamauchi spearheads a team of creative, highly skilled Real Estate Professionals sharing a common goal; to make your real estate transaction a smooth and pleasant experience.

Kathleen is passionate about people and real estate. A creative thinker, she concentrates her energy on one thing, and that is being the very best at selling real estate in Prescott and achieving results that exceed her client’s expectations.

Kathleen is a licensed Broker, CRS, GRI, SFR, and e-PRO. Contact Kathleen Yamauchi today to experience her motto, “It has never been our intention to be the biggest . . . only the best!”

Contact Kathleen Yamauchi Group Real Estate to learn more today or call (928)771-1111.
 

 

Things to do this Weekend in Prescott, Arizona!

 Here are just a few of the things going on in and around Prescott, Arizona this weekend January 12 – 14, 2018!

Events

2018 Winter Fine Art Photography Exhibit
Thu. 01/11 – Sun. 01/14, times vary
‘Tis Art Gallery
Fine Art Photographic Works by Prescott area photographers are on display.
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Winterscapes Colored Pencil Drawing Center
Fri. 01/12, 9am-12pm
Highlands Center for the Performing Arts
Join artist and illustrator Diane Iverson as she leads students through the techniques of capturing the Arizona Highland Winter landscapes with colored pencils. $25-$132
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Meditation Circle
Fri. 01/12, 1pm 
Prescott Valley Public Library
Actively practice moment-to-moment mindfulness with other interested individuals.
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Preschool Storytime
Fri. 01/12, 10:30am
Prescott Public Library
30 minutes of stories, songs, and fingerplays especially for children ages 3-5, and their grownups.
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Good Rockin’ Live – A Salute to Sun Records
Fri. 01/12, 7pm
Elks Theatre
This live concert event pays tribute to the birth of rock and roll and the music legends that Sun Records helped propel to change the course of music history. $22-$25
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December 63′ – Frankie Valli and the
Four Seasons Concert

Sat  01/13, 7pm
Elks Theatre
The Music of Frankie Valli comes to life in this one-of-a-kind concert experience. $22-$25
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Yavapai Flute Circle
Sat. 01/13, 12-2:30pm
Prescott Valley Public Library
The purpose of the flute circle is for like-minded people to meet and enjoy each other’s company while playing and listening to Native American Flutes.
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Acoustic Eidolon in Concert
Sat. 01/13, 7:30pm
Prescott Center for the Arts
This internationally acclaimed duo featuring cello and Gitjo, captivate audiences throughout the world, blending Celtic, Folk, World, and Latin music influences. $22
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Volunteer Fair
Sat. 01/13, 9am-12pm
Highlands Center for Natural History
Meet with current volunteers and staff to learn how your interests and talents can support the mission to bring the wonders of nature to children and adults.
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Prescott Farmers Market Winter Season
Sun. 01/14, 10am-1pm
YRMC Pendleton Center
Customers can find a variety of cold-hardy vegetables, including leeks, potatoes, beats, radishes, carrots, salad mix, parsnips, spinach, and kale.
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Phoenix Symphony in Prescott
Sun. 01/14, 3pm
Yavapai College Performing Arts
The Phoenix Symphony will be performing Brahms Symphony No. 1, Bernstein: Symphony No. 1, and Jeremiah Mahler Adagio from Symphony No. 10. $29-$42
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Western Dance and Country Musicians Gathering
Sun. 01/14, 12pm-4pm
C.A.S.A. Community Center
Dance two step line dances to award winning musicians. $3-$5
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