Things To Do This Week In Prescott

 Here are just a few of the things going on in and around Prescott, Arizona, this weekend September 1 – 4, 2017!

Events



Skull Valley Farmers Market
Fri. 9/1, 8am
Skull Valley Elementary School
The Market features locally grown garden produce and seasonal fruit, home-baked goods, farm raised meat and eggs, plus unique homestead craft items.
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Friday Fish Fry
Fri. 9/1, 5-7pm

3301 Highway 69, Humboldt

Cod, catfish, shrimp and chef’s special. Public welcome. $10 per person. Put on by Dewey-Humboldt American Legion Post 78.

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Coloring Class for Adults
Fri. 9/1, 1pm
Public Library-Glassford Hill Room
Some basic instruction for ideas and techniques to spice up your coloring are available. Remember there is no right or wrong way to color, just have fun!
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Prescott Historical Walking Tours 
Fri. 9/1-Sun. 9/3, 10am
Visitor Information Center
Featuring strolls through history to learn of “Prescott’s storied past,” 10 a.m., on most Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, May 5 through Oct. 29.
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"Sparks and Splashes" 
Fri. 9/1-Sun. 9/3, times vary
‘Tis Art Gallery
The works of Elizabeth Bartlee & Joseph Rech on display through Sept. 14th.
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4th Annual Hold Your Horses! 
Invitational Exhibition and Sale

Fri. 9/1-Sun. 9/24, times vary
Phippen Museum
This inspirational presentation features artwork from thirty-two artists recognized for their outstanding art of the horse.
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Food Truck Festival
Sat. 9/2,12-7pm

Mile High Middle School

Enjoy great food, music, dancing and Beer Garden. Benefits Meals On Wheels. Admission $5.
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Walt Richardson & Friends
Sat. 9/2, 7-10pm
Elks Theatre
Musical performances by: The Cheektones Trio, Blaine Long Band and Walt Richardson & Friends.
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Zoolittles
Sat. 9/2, 9:30-11am
Heritage Zoo
Pre-School program, children take home crafts they make, visit with some of the animals at the zoo and more.

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Edible Landscape
Sat. 9/2, 9:30-10:30am
Watters Garden Center
Learn which evergreen shrubs, herbs, and vines soften all that rock, keep soil from eroding, and stay cool in summer while looking great.
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Sweet Corn Harvest Festival
Sat. 9/2 & Sun. 9/3, 10am-6pm


Mortimer Farms, Dewey

Sweet corn is in season here on the farm and it’s time to celebrate everything CORN! Come join us for a full day of “a-MAIZE-ing” attractions, games, farm activities, and much more!

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StoneRidge Summer Concert
Sun. 9/3, 5:30-7pm


1601 N. Bluff Top Drive 

Concert kicks off with "Sky Daddy and the PopRocks". Free for StoneRidge residents, active military and our Veterans, Police and Firefighters, and their families. Non residents $10.
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30th Annual Faire on the Square
Sat. 9/2-Mon. 9/4, 9am-5pm
Courthouse Square


Enjoy vendors, snacks, and shopping on the Prescott Courthouse Plaza.

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Things To Do This Week In Prescott

 Here are just a few of the things going on in and around Prescott, Arizona this weekend, August 25 – 27, 2017!

Events



Summer Concert Series
The Cheekbones

Fri. 8/25, 6:30-8:30pm
Courthouse Square
Free entertainment, local residents and visitors of all ages gather to enjoy the mile-high evenings and live music, dancing and camaraderie.
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"An Evening at the Roxy"
Fri. 8/25, 7-9pm
Elks Theatre
Join  The Prescott Jazz Summit for an evening of some of the greatest popular music ever written, played by musicians who know their craft and love entertaining the audience.
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Free Friday Night Movie
Fri. 8/25,4:30pm
Adult Center
Showing: " Gifted" rated Pg-13, about a single man raising a child prodigy.
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Coloring Class for Adults
Fri. 8/25, 1pm
Public Library-Glassford Hill Room
Some basic instruction for ideas and techniques to spice up your coloring are available. Remember there is no right or wrong way to color, just have fun!
more info   map

Skull Valley Farmers Market
Fri. 8/25, 8am
Skull Valley Elementary School
The Market features locally grown garden produce and seasonal fruit, home-baked goods, farm raised meat and eggs, plus unique homestead craft items.
more info   map

Prescott Historical Walking Tours 
Fri. 8/25-Sun. 8/27, 10am
Visitor Information Center
Featuring strolls through history to learn of “Prescott’s storied past,” 10 a.m., on most Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, May 5 through Oct. 29.
more info   map

"Sparks and Splashes" 
Fri. 8/25-Sun. 9/24, times vary
‘Tis Art Gallery
The works of Elizabeth Bartlee & Joseph Rech on display through Sept. 14th.
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American Colors
Fri. 8/25-Sun. 8/27, times vary
Prescott Center for the Arts
This is a romantic, musical journey through the lives to two couples.  It is a story of life and love of patriotism and sacrifice and of the enduring power of friendship and family.
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4th Annual Hold Your Horses! 
Invitational Exhibition and Sale

Fri. 8/25-Sun. 9/24, times vary
Phippen Museum
This inspirational presentation features artwork from thirty-two artists recognized for their outstanding art of the horse.
more info   map

Wet & Wild Water Day at the Zoo
Sat. 8/26, 9am-4pm
Heritage Park Zoo
Festivities include water games and attractions – such as a water slide, splashy bounce house, water gun station, and dunk tank – special animal feedings and aquatic animal encounters, concessions, and much more!
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Annual Granite Mountain
Jewelry Artists Show & Sale

Sat. 8/26, 10am-5pm
St. Michael Hotel’s Ballroom
More than 20 jewelry artists will be displaying their handmade jewelry featuring a broad spectrum of designs and styles.
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Square Dancing on the Square
Sat. 8/26, 6-9pm
Courthouse Square
Sponsored by Mile High Square Dancers. Last of the year square and line dance.
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Ground Covers & Vines
Erosion Control

Sat. 8/26, 9:30-10:30am
Watters Garden Center
Learn which evergreen shrubs, herbs, and vines soften all that rock, keep soil from eroding, and stay cool in summer while looking great.
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2nd Annual Rev It Up
Invitational Gymnastics

Sat. 8/26 & Sun. 8/27,  8am
Prescott High School
3-4 sessions daily Ages 4-7 $5 per session or $7 per day, ages 8 and up $12 per session or $20 per day. Pool & Pizza Party
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Prescott, AZ the best destination for nature lovers

Watson Lake in Prescott, AZTime and time again I’ve mentioned that Prescott has something for everyone. We’ve long been an excellent retirement destination. However, we offer more than just a sedentary life in an awe inspiring setting.

Expedia’s Viewfinder blog recently named Prescott the best destination in the state of Arizona for nature lovers. Nature offers an escape from the daily grind, a moment to refresh the soul and enjoy the wonders and beauty that Mother Nature has to offer and offer we can.

Hike, bike, horseback ride and unwind

Nestled in the Prescott National Forest which covers 1.25 million acres there are over 400 miles of trails for hikers, mountain bikers, and horseback riding. Combine that with an additional 16 parks and five lakes, and we are sure that we can refresh your soul and restore peace in your life.

The best part of all of this is that you can enjoy all that nature has to offer in Prescott on a daily basis. Located just 96 miles northwest of Phoenix in the Bradshaw Mountains of central Arizona, our weather is mild. With a four-season climate, the annual snowfall is 24 inches and rainfall of just 19 inches, what’s not to love about Prescott.

High altitude desert with refreshing lakes

Considered a high altitude desert, we surprise many when they discover that we also offer refreshing lakes. From picnics to fishing, kayaking, and camping, Watson, Willow, Lynx, Granite Basin and Goldwater Lakes provide sanctuary from the city.

As a bonus, Watson Lake not only offers a beautiful retreat it’s also an excellent place to bird watch. In fact, Watson Lake is endorsed by the Audubon Society.

Prescott Circle Trail

Looking for an adventurous one or two day trip? How about a trip that you can take on a whim? Prescott Circle trail is a 54 mile loop around Prescott that just harkens to nature lovers. Easily accessible offering 15 trailheads, the trail comes as close as three miles to downtown Prescott.

Are you ready to call Prescott home?

Kathleen Yamauchi Group Real Estate not only focuses on your real estate goals and needs we too call Prescott home.

Established in 1991 we provide our clients with services and results that you will not get from a single real estate agent, or simple real estate partnership. Our full-service, boutique real estate service includes all of our exclusive services at the same price as hiring a single agent and another brokerage.

Although we carry an expansive list of homes and land for sale in Prescott, we are not limited to showing you only the listings that we have. Any property that is listed in the Multiple Listing Service (MLS), as well as newly constructed homes in new home subdivisions and for sale by owner properties (FSBO), can be shown by our real estate professionals as well.

At the Kathleen Yamauchi Real Estate Group, you get all of the resources you will need to find that unique property that is meant just for you.

Contact Kathleen Yamauchi Group Real Estate or call (928)771-1111 and start exploring all the beauty that Mother Nature has to offer in Prescott today!

 

Things To Do This Week In Prescott

 Here are just a few of the things going on in and around Prescott, Arizona this weekend, August 18 – 20, 2017!

Events

3rd Friday Chamber  Music
Fri. 8/18, 3:30-4:30pm
Prescott Public Library

Enjoy a Mozart Piano Quintet for piano and a woodwind quartet; Adolph Blanc Piano Quintet Opus 37; and C. Kreutzer Piano Trio featuring a Rondo Movement for piano, bassoon and clarinet, with Julie Lowrey as pianist.
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Skull Valley Farmers Market
Fri. 8/18, 8am
Skull Valley Elementary School
The Market features locally grown garden produce and seasonal fruit, home-baked goods, farm raised meat and eggs, plus unique homestead craft items.
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"Heartbreak Hotel – A Salute to Early Elvis"
Fri. 8/18, 7-9pm
Elks Theatre
This 
production features the early music of Elvis, belting out hits from the first part of his career, in the mid-1950’s through the early 60’s. Starring Robert Shaw and the Lonely Street Band.
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4th Annual Hold Your Horses! 
Invitational Exhibition and Sale

Fri. 8/18-Sun. 9/24, times vary
Phippen Museum
This inspirational presentation features artwork from thirty-two artists recognized for their outstanding art of the horse.
more info   map

"Sparks and Splashes" 
Fri. 8/18-Sun. 9/24, times vary
‘Tis Art Gallery
The works of Elizabeth Bartlee & Joseph Rech on display through Sept. 14th.
more info   map

Prescott Historical Walking Tours 
Fri. 8/18-Sun. 8/13, 10am
Visitor Information Center
Featuring strolls through history to learn of “Prescott’s storied past,” 10 a.m., on most Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, May 5 through Oct. 29.
more info   map

5th Annual Sharlot’s Winefest
Sat. 8/19, 4-7pm
Sharlot Hall Museum
Enjoy tastings of premier wines, crafts brews, spirits, and gourmet hors d’oeuvres from leading local restaurateurs.
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The 24hr Plays Are Coming!
Sat. 8/19, 7:30pm
Prescott Center for the Arts
By showtime on Saturday evening props and costumes are gathered, lines are memorized, and these brand new plays are ready to go. Come join us for a night of original, never-before-seen, theatrical adventure!
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2nd Annual 5K For Foster Care
Sat. 8/19, 8am
Pioneer Park
This event is to raise awareness for the high need for foster parents in Arizona– all funds raised go directly to supporting Arms of Love and the foster care and adoption services we provide for children across Arizona.
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Country Dance
Sat. 8/19,7:30pm
Adult Center
Dance Party with lesson, $10. Learn the Arizona Two-Step with Thomas Felix & Joyce Kolbrener from 6:30-7:30pm.

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"Tribute to Linda Ronstadt"
Sat. 8/19, 7-9pm
Elks Theatre

Featuring a beautiful selection of Linda’s biggest rock hits from the 70’s, her alternative country hits, big band/jazz songs, and her softer 80’s rock ballads.
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Frontier Brass
Sat. 8/19, 7-10pm

Prescott Valley Civic Center 
Grab a blanket or lawn chair and bring the whole family to enjoy this amazing show by the talented US Army Military Intelligence Corps band! 
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Secret Gardens with Hedges
& Privacy Screens

Sat. 8/19, 9:30-10:30am
Watters Garden Center
Tired of looking at the neighbor’s RV? This class shows off the best, fastest growing plants to fill in your privacy screens!
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Things To Do This Week In Prescott

 Here are just a few of the things going on in and around Prescott, Arizona this weekend August 11 – 13, 2017!

Events


"Legends" Karaoke Night
Fri. 8/11, 6-9pm
Prescott Valley Civic Center 
With over 7,000 songs to choose from and the opportunity to win prizes for Best Karaoke Singer, this is a can’t-miss event! Must be 18 or over to sing.
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Skull Valley Farmers Market
Fri. 8/11, 8am
Skull Valley Elementary School
The Market features locally grown garden produce and seasonal fruit, home-baked goods, farm raised meat and eggs, plus unique homestead craft items.
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The Arizona Cowboy Poets Gathering
Fri. 8/11-Sun. 8/13, times vary
YCPAC Performing Arts Center
30th Annual Event brings the best in authentic Cowboy Poetry and Music to the stage once again with more than 50 of the finest group of reciters and singers.
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4th Annual Hold Your Horses! 
Invitational Exhibition and Sale

Fri. 8/11-Sun. 9/24, times vary
Phippen Museum
This inspirational presentation features artwork from thirty-two artists recognized for their outstanding art of the horse.
more info   map

"Clay + Ink + Wax = Fresh New Art"
Fri. 8/11-Sun. 8/13, times vary
`Tis Art Gallery
Please join Mary Lou ( Printmaking and Encaustic ) and Patty Heibel ( Sculpture and Mixed Media Painting ) for a  visually incredible exhibit.
more info   map

Prescott Historical Walking Tours 
Fri. 8/11-Sun. 8/13, 10am
Visitor Information Center
Featuring strolls through history to learn of “Prescott’s storied past,” 10 a.m., on most Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, May 5 through Oct. 29.
more info   map

67th Annual Prescott Arts & Crafts Festival
Sat. 8/12 & Sun. 8/13, 9am-varies
Courthouse Square
This juried festival showcases a select group of artisans and crafters. This event attracts people from all over the country who enjoy fine art, crafts and music.
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Summer Repertory Presents
3 Romantic Comedies

Fri. 8/11-Sun. 8/13, times vary
Prescott Center for the Arts
(Fri) Bus Stop by William Inge, (Sat) Same Time, Next Year by Bernard Slate and  (Sun) Plaza Suite by Neil Simon.
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Yavapai Flute Circle
Sat. 8/12, 12-2:30pm
7401 E. Civic Circle
Promotes the Native American flutes, preserves its history, and respects its cultural origins and traditions. People of all ages and levels of experience are welcome.
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Creatures of the Night Alight
Sat. 8/12, 9:30-10:30am
Watters Garden Center
Participants will have a chance to get up close with four species of live owls featured in the presentation, and learn about they can help protect owl and bat habitats statewide.
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6th Annual Mile High Brewfest
Sat. 8/12, 4pm
100 Gurley St
Savor beer samples from some of the Southwest’s finest craft breweries, sample wine from local wineries and taste from local food trucks and live music.
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Yavapai College Roughriders
FREE Soccer Clinic

Sat. 8/12, 9-10:30am
Mountain Valley Park
Boys and girls ages 5-16 are eligible to participate. No registration is required. If possible bring their own soccer ball. All participants will receive a special soccer souvenir gift.
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Things To Do This Week In Prescott

Here are just a few of the things going on in and around Prescott, Arizona this weekend, August 4-6, 2017!

Events

6th Annual Meals on Wheels Golf Tournament
Fri. 8/4, 11:30am
Capital Canyon Club
Join the Prescott Area Young Professionals for golf and good times!  Tee off for Seniors at Capital Canyon Club Friday, August 4th @ 1pm.
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Summer Concert
Fri. 8/4, 6:30-8:30pm
Courthouse Square
Local residents and visitors of all ages gather to enjoy the mile-high evenings and live music, dancing and camaraderie. Performing: Doc Garvey’s Remedy.
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Skull Valley Farmers Market
Fri. 8/4, 8am
Skull Valley Elementary School
The Market features locally grown garden produce and seasonal fruit, home-baked goods, farm raised meat and eggs, plus unique homestead craft items.
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Used Book Sale
Fri. 8/4 & Sat. 8/5, 8am-3pm
Prescott Community Church
GIANT BOOK SALE!  Books, books, books – and also magazines & audio books.  All genres.
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"Clay + Ink + Wax = Fresh New Art"
Fri. 8/4-Sun. 8/6, times vary
`Tis Art Gallery
Please join Mary Lou ( Printmaking and Encaustic ) and Patty Heibel ( Sculpture and Mixed Media Painting ) for a  visually incredible exhibit.
more info   map

Prescott Gem & Mineral Show and Sale
Fri. 8/4-Sun. 8/6, 9am-varies
Prescott Valley Event Center
Over 60 vendors in attendance selling rough, slabs, beads, finished jewelry, tools and more. Raffle drawing every 30 minutes for valuable prizes.
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Prescott Historical Walking Tours 
Fri. 8/4-Sun. 8/6, 10am
Visitor Information Center
Featuring strolls through history to learn of “Prescott’s storied past,” 10 a.m., on most Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, May 5 through Oct. 29.
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Prescott Photography Group
Sat. 8/5, 9am-noon
Library Crystall Room
"The Great American Eclipse" will make it’s grand appearance later this month (August 21st). A presentation on how to safely view and photograph the eclipse.
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Starlight Train Ride
Sat. 8/5, 5:30-9:30pm
Verde Canyon Railroad, Clarkdale
The Starlight Ride serves up a wide ranging mix of light, color and shadow as the Canyon transforms into a moonlit dreamscape.
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4th Annual Hold Your Horses! 
Invitational Exhibition and Sale

Sat. 8/5-9/24, times vary
Phippen Museum
This inspirational presentation features artwork from thirty-two artists recognized for their outstanding art of the horse.
more info   map

Herbs:  Plant to Plate
Sat. 8/5, 9:30-10:30am
Watters Garden Center
Classes in recent weeks have been very well attended, you might want to bring a chair or come early to be sure you get a seating.
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Antique Auto Club Show & Sale
Sat. 8/5 & Sun. 8/6, 7am-4pm
Watson Lake
Watson Lake Car Show, Swap meet and old Engine fire up, Parts Exchange area, vendors, raffle prizes and drawings.
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Prescott International Folk Dancers
Sun. 8/6, 3pm
First Congregational Church
Prescott International Folkdancers. We will help you learn dances from several different countries. $3 donation.
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