Things to do THIS Weekend in Prescott

 

Local Events, Movies & Sports
Oct. 27-29, 2017  Quad Cities AZ

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Picture perfect horse property for sale in Prescott, AZ

Horse Property for Sale in Prescott, AZLooking for horse property in Prescott? You’ve come to the right place. Currently Kathleen Yamauchi Group Real Estate has a home for sale in Mint Creek Ranch that is perfect for horses.

With picture perfect views of Granite Mountain the home is set on two acres and it includes a 1728 square foot concrete pad where a barn was previously located. Complete with power and water simply restore the barn, bring your horses and get set to ride into miles and miles of spectacular trails.

A 4,430 square foot home features a massive rock fireplace and dramatic 16-foot ceilings which opens to a spacious covered deck for extended living.

Other features include a large fenced dog run, huge back yard, 2 wells and a 2500-gallon underground water holding tank.

Additional features include

  • Luxurious master retreat featuring a fireplace and Jacuzzi
  • Lower level family room with a wet bar and 4th bedroom for the In laws
  • 2-car attached garage plus RV or parking for 4 cars
  • Beautiful kitchen that is highlighted with granite counters
  • Spacious covered deck

The best part

You can enjoy all that nature has to offer on a daily basis. In addition to owning your own horse property, Prescott offers a wide range of equestrian trails that allow you to experience scenic canyons and the boundless Prescott National Forest. From Butte Creek to Flume Canyon you can encounter the lushest parts of Prescott by horse and experience panoramic views like no other.

Full-service, Boutique Real Estate Service

Kathleen Yamauchi Group Real Estate team is widely recognized throughout the area for our customer service excellence, and knowledge of the Prescott AZ real estate industry.

We are proud to offer a full-service, boutique real estate service, comprised of highly experienced real estate professionals who call Prescott home. Open 7 days a week and located on Gurley Street in downtown Prescott, AZ, the Kathleen Yamauchi Group is with you every day, every step of the way.

Contact Kathleen Yamauchi Group Real Estate to view this expansive property for horses on Mint Creek Ranch or call (928)771-1111.
 

Events

Strokes of Genius
Opening Reception

Fri. 10/27, 5-7:30pm
Yavapai College Prescott Art Gallery
A rare viewing of Prints by the Masters in this exclusive museum quality exhibition. Cash bar, hors d’oeuvres & entertainment by local musicians This event is FREE and open to the public.
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4th Friday Art Walk
Fri. 10/27, 5-8pm
Downtown Prescott
Meet the artists and celebrate the opening reception for our Guest Artist for the month, Vivian Farmer. Vivian is primarily an acrylic abstract painter. Refreshments will be served and live music performed by the Yavapai Flute Circle.
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19th Annual Halloween Festival
Fri. 10/27, 5-8pm
Prescott YMCA
Spooktacular fun with games, costume contest, face painting, pumpkin bowling and more. Food/concession available.
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Halloween Ball
Wes Williams Band
Fri. 10/27, 8pm
Elks Theatre
Audiences look forward to Wes’ crowd participation antics, along with a backing band that gives new meaning to the word funk.
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UAF Halloween Pet Photos
Fri. 10/27, 4-7pm
Whiskers Barkery
Put on your best costumes and have a Halloween photo taken of your pet and family. The cost is $10 for multiple photos on a CD or one framed 5”x7” print. Benefits United Animal Friends.
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R.D. "The Real Deal"
Olson Band CD Release

Fri. 10/27, 6-9pm
Thumb Butte Distillery
R.D. Olson, multi-award-winning harpist-vocalist and Arizona Blues Hall of Fame inductee, holds his CD Release Party for new album "Keep Walking Woman".
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Adorn Yourself 2017
Fri. 10/27-Sun. 10/29, times vary
Tis Art Gallery
Wearable art creations by Barb Wills, Joan Knight and Laurie Fagen, though 11/14.
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Prescott Historical Walking Tours
Fri. 10/27-Sun. 10/29, 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. Last weekend!
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Wine and Dine in the Vines
Sat. 10/28, 5-8pm
Southwest Wine Center, Yavapai College
The event will feature over 30 local wineries and restaurants, entertainment from blues musician Leon J who is also a current student, a silent auction, a breathtaking view, and more!
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The Great Prescott Pumpkin Patch
Sat. 10/28, 11am-2pm
Mile High Middle School
It’s the Great Prescott Pumpkin Patch!   $5 Entry Safe Candy, Scream & Costume Contests, Pumpkin Carving Station, Carnival Games, Crafts, and Food Vendors.
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Cornerstone Family Fall Festival
Sat. 10/28, 10am-2pm
2225 E Hwy 69 Suite A Prescott
Great kiddo attractions, such as a bouncy house, games and fun ways to go around and get goodies! We will have multiple vendor booths. It is fun for the kids to wear their Halloween costumes early, if they would like!
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Bake Sale and Doggie Costume Contest
Sat. 10/28, 10am-1pm
Chino Valley Ace Hardware
Chino Valley Animal Partners, a non-profit supporting the Chino Valley Animal Shelter, is having a bake sale. There will be a Halloween photo booth and a doggie costume contest.
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Jacobite Rebellion
Sat. 10/28, 2-4pm
Prescott Library
Flagstaff Professor William Wilson and fellow 1745 Jacobite reenactors will explain and demonstrate Highland living and fighting styles of the 1700s.
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Janis Best Memorial Run
Sat. 10/28, 7:30am
Peavine trail
This course will be run on an old railroad grade trail that winds thru scenic boulders, and past the picturesque waters of Lake Watson. Registration and packet pickup 10/27 12-3pm.
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Mall-o-ween
Sat. 10/28, 5-8pm
Prescott Gateway Mall
It’s Mall-o-ween at Prescott Gateway Mall!  Candy stations and costume contests!  Rain or shine, it’s party time! 
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Veterans Olympic Day
Sat. 10/28, 11am

500 AZ-89, Prescott
Hosted at the VA and coordinated through Embry-Riddle University with the assistance and support of the Marine Corp League and Team RWB. Everyone is invited to attend a day of fun sports, free food and good music.
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Rocky Horror Picture Show
Sat. 10/28, 7pm
Elks Theatre
If you enjoy the movie you will LOVE watching this cult classic come to life with superb acting, singing, and a live band playing all your favorites songs! Let’s do the time warp again! There will be a costume contest and a fun-filled pre-show!
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3rd Annual, A Taste for Mission
Sun. 10/29, 3-5pm
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church will be hosting a vibrant, eclectic fundraising event featuring local artists, merchants’ products & services, breweries, wineries and Arizona’s only meadery!
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           Have a Safe & Happy Halloween!
 
        
                          
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Movies

Local Events, Movies & Sports
Oct. 20-22, 2017  Quad Cities AZ

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Events

Hocus Pocus Movie
Fri. 10/20, 7pm
Elks Theatre
This film is being shown to our community, for CASH DONATIONS ONLY the evening of the film. No reserved seating. Doors open at 6:00pm for 7:00pm showing.
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3rd Friday Chamber Music Series
Fri. 10/20, 3:30-4:30pm
Prescott Library
Allow yourself to be shocked, dazed and amazed by the musical stylings of Twisted Tubulum!  Marvel at the unique music created by percussionists as they play twisted PVC pipes with paddles.
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Fall Photography Exhibit
Fri. 10/20-Sun. 10/22, times vary
Tis Art Gallery
2017 Fall Photography Exhibit new works by Prescott area photographers. Last weekend!
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Prescott Historical Walking Tours
Fri. 10/20-Sun. 10/22, 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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10th Annual Prescott Ghost Talks Too!
Fri. 10/20 & Sat. 10/21, 6pm, 7:30pm & 9pm
Prescott Center for the Arts
This historically–based event features menacing ghosts and chilling tales that will draw you in with mesmerizing, spine-tingling twists and turns.
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Chino Fall Festival
Sat. 10/21, 10am-4pm
Chamber-in their park
Celebrate the day with our petting zoo, Kidz Zone, bounce house, pony rides and pumpkin bowling while enjoying the Arts & Crafts show & sale , live music and food trucks.
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Pizza Palooza
Sat. 10/21, 11am-3pm
Cortez and Goodwin Streets
Enjoy entertainment, pizza dough tossing competition, amateur judged homemade pizza contest, kids corner, and pizza box art display/sale.
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Circle L Ranch Howl-o-ween Bowling Event
Sat. 10/21, 6:30-9pm
Antelope Lanes
A night of fun while supporting the animals of Circle L Ranch Animal Rescue & Sanctuary. Bowling ~ Good Food ~ Fun with Friends ~ Raffle ~ Costume Contest.
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Hot Flashes On The Trail
A Melodrama Musical Miss-Hap

Sat. 10/21, 5-9pm
Blazin M Ranch, Cottonwood
Enjoy dinner and the knee-slapping Melodrama featuring two women out on their luck when their male actors don’t show for their performances. Filled with suspense, original music, outrageous comedy.
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Concert: South of Winslow
Eagles Tribute Band

Sat. 10/21, 7pm
Prescott Center for the Arts
South of Winslow’s dedication to vocal and musical mastery places them second-to-none with their performance of Eagles’ popular classics.
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Officer Down 5K
Sat. 10/21, 9:30am
Prescott Mile High Middle School
OD5K is more than just a 5K, it is a day full of activities which may include face painters, inflatables, vendors, k9 demos, SWAT demos, and dunk tanks all surrounded by our main 5K event. Check-in & Registration 8am-9:45am.
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Fall ‘To-do‘ list for a Healthy Yard
Sat. 10/21, 9:30-10:30am
Watters Garden Center
Bring the color out of your fall gardens, reduce bugs next spring, or simply put your landscape to bed with these easy to use ideas.
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Yavapai Casino 25 Year Anniversary
Sat. 10/21, 11am-11pm
Yavapai Casino
Free cake at Yavapai Cantina with a meal purchase and live music from the great Funk Frequency playing in Yavapai Cantina from 7-11 PM. Plus Souvenir T shirts & silver gifts.
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Ethnobotany Fest:  A Celebration
of Edible and Medicinal Plants

Sat. 10/21, 9am-12:30pm
Highlands Center for Natural History
Adults and families are invited to come learn about the plants of the Central Highlands and the many ways that people use them. Participants can taste prickly pear cactus, make poultices, and go on guided walks
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Cathedral Classics
Sun. 10/22, 3-5pm
Yavapai Performing Arts Center
Performance features two of Yavapai College’s premiere choirs, Master Chorale and Women’s Chorale, as they perform sacred pieces that spans centuries of time.
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Prescott International Folk Dancers
Sun. 10/22, 3-5pm
216 E. Gurley St.
Prescott International Folk dancers. We will help you learn dances from several different countries.
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Youth Music Concert
Sun. 10/22, 3pm
Elks Theatre
Some of Prescott’s best young talent 8-18 will be on display for this show. A wide range of music genres will be represented featuring Rock, Blues, Country, Singer / Songwriter and progressive instrumental music.
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Movies

In Theaters

Rated

Only The Brave

     PG-13

Boo 2! A Meadea Halloween

    
 
      PG-13

The Stray

        PG

 

Things to do THIS Weekend in Prescott

 

Local Events, Movies & Sports
Oct. 13-15, 2017  Quad Cities AZ

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Events

2017 The Big Sting
Country Music Festival Weekend Campout

Fri. 10/13-Sun. 10/15, 11am-11pm
Watson Lake
Escape to the Country in the Rocks for an Exclusive Country Music Camp out weekend with You and 3000 of your closest friends.  With concerts, Food, Beer, Camping, Horse Shoe Tournaments, Corn Hole, other games and more!
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Skull Valley Farmers Market
Fri. 10/13, 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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Coloring Class for Adults
Fri. 10/13, 1-3pm
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!
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Seniors & Caregivers Conference & Expo
Fri. 10/13, 10am-3pm
Liberty Traditional School
There will be dozens of Senior Resource Vendors present with information about their products and services for the community.
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Fiddler on the Roof
Fri. 10/13-Sun. 10/15, times vary
Prescott Center for the Arts
Music, dancing, humor, tragedy , romance and the timeless traditions that define faith and family. 
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Fall Photography Exhibit
Fri. 10/13-Sun. 10/15, times vary
Tis Art Gallery
2017 Fall Photography Exhibit new works by Prescott area photographers,
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Prescott Historical Walking Tours
Fri. 10/13-Sun. 10/15, 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

6th Annual Hope Fest Arizona
Sat. 10/14, 10am-8pm
Prescott Courthouse Plaza
Guests enjoy local and national recording artists (Citizen Way and Justin Unger), guest speakers, a multitude of vendors and services, and a FREE Family Fun Zone geared for all ages.
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Prescott Mountain Bike Festival
Sat. 10/14, 7am-8pm
Granite Creek Park
The festival kicks off with a terrific night ride on Friday followed by tons of options for riding on variable terrain on Saturday. Beer garden and food truck cuisine available along with activities for the whole family.
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Motor Head Swap meet
Sat. 10/14, 7am-2pm
Tony Too’s Bar and Grill
Motorcycles, ATV’s, trail bikes, side by sides, street rods, cars, etc.. If it needs parts, this is for you!
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The Manhattan Dolls
Sat. 10/14, 7pm
Elks Theatre
Hop aboard the " Chattanooga Choo Choo" and join the "Sentimental Journey" through the great music of the 30’s and 40’s.
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Auction at Kuhles Salvage
Sat. 10/14, 9am-5pm
219 East Navajo
Kuhles is selling everything from planes, trains and junk, to antiques, eclectics, racking systems and equipment.
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Arcosanti Bluegrass Festival
Sat. 10/14 & Sun. 10/15,  9am-varies
Colly Soleri Music Center Amphitheater
Come and join our High-country Music Festival that includes Bluegrass, Americana, Mexican Folk, and Country music–Jamming, Camping, Shopping, Hiking and more.
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Costumes for Kids 5K – Halloween Fun Run
Sun. 10/15, 10am-1pm
Prescott Courthouse Square
Costume 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk for all ages! Prizes for Best Costumes and Best Group, Kids Activities and more. Registration @ 9am.
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America the Beautiful
Sun. 10/15, 3-5pm
Yavapai Performing Arts Center
Join the Yavapai College Instrumental Music program for an evening featuring music to commemorate the land of the free and the home of the brave by American composers.
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Prescott International Folk Dancers
Sun. 10/15, 3-5pm
216 E. Gurley St.
Prescott International Folk dancers. We will help you learn dances from several different countries.
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Movies

In Theaters

Rated  

Victoria and Abdul

    PG-13

The Stray

      PG

The Foreigner

       R

 

New DVD Releases

 
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Critics Say   

The holidays are fast approaching and Sellers want to know

Sellers at this time of the year are often calling me to see if I think that they should remove their home from the market during the holidays. On the contrary there are benefits to leaving it on the market.

Off season buying time

Considered “Off Season,” it’s often thought of as a bad real estate decision to leave your home on the market while festivities abound and winter is in full swing, in fact leaving your home on the market during the holiday seasons frequently brings out motivated buyers. After all those that brave the elements are in fact enthusiastic about buying a home.

Less competition

Most home sellers will hold out for Spring before placing their home on the market. Keeping your home on the market during the holidays can provide you with less competition. With the tightening supply of homes for sale this can truly be an advantage when selling your home.

Capitalize on the season

Did you know that emotion plays a big role in which home a buyer selects? With that being said you can capitalize on the season by making your home feel warm and cozy during the showing. With a little creative thinking such as the scent of a fresh pumpkin in the oven you can entice buyers to sit back and want to stay for a while.

Proven real estate marketing advice

Since 1991 Kathleen Yamauchi Real Estate Group has been providing our clients with proven advice on the real estate market. With our team of real estate professionals who call Prescott home we have in depth amount of knowledge of the Prescott AZ real estate industry.

We know what it takes to sell your home or land quickly at the highest possible value by developing marketing strategies that closely fit your unique property to the buyers in the Prescott Real Estate market. We present your property in a way that creates the motivation necessary to get you top dollar offers quickly.

Do you have questions about keeping your home on the market over the Holidays? If so, contact Kathleen Yamauchi Group Real Estate to talk further or call (928)771-1111 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 October 6 – 8, 2017!

Events

PRCA Turquoise Circuit Finals Rodeo
Thurs. 10/5-Sat. 10/7, 7pm
Prescott Valley Event Center

For the first time ever the top male and female rodeo stars from Arizona and New MexicoCome see the area’s top talent and past world champions.
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Skull Valley Farmers Market
Fri. 10/6, 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

Coloring Class for Adults
Fri. 10/6, 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!
more info   map

Prescott Area Artists Studio Tour
Fri. 0/6-Sun. 10/8, 10am-4pm
Mountain Artists Guild
The Tour is free and self-guided. Start at any location. Meet the artists. Learn about their techniques. Purchase fabulous art.  maps are available at Mountain Artists Guild & Gallery
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Fall Photography Exhibit
Fri. 10/6-Sun. 10/8, times vary
Tis Art Gallery
2017 Fall Photography Exhibit new works by Prescott area photographers,
more info    map

Prescott Historical Walking Tours 
Fri. 10/6-Sun. 10/8, 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

"My Life Needs Editing"
Fri. 10/6-Sun. 10/8, times vary
‘Tis Art Gallery
Mort Sahl Six Artists’ Quest for Color, Texture and Meaning in Life
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Wings Out West Air Show
Sat. 10/7, 10am-12pm
Prescott Municipal Airport
This year’s event will be in collaboration with the City of Prescott and will also feature a tech fair, regional fly-in, and a variety of food vendors and concessions.
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MirageVisions of Fleetwood Mac
Sat. 10/7, 7pm
Elks Theatre
MIRAGE focuses squarely on Fleetwood Mac and their Greatest Hits in this five piece authentic concert recreation.
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Top 10 Trees and How to Plant Them
Sat. 10/7, 9:30-10:30pm
Watters Garden Center


With so many choices, picking the perfect tree can seem overwhelming, but not after this class.

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26th Annual Fallfest in the Park
Sat. 10/7 & Mon. 10/9, 9am-5pm
Courthouse Square

Enjoy over 100 vendors under the fall canopy of American Elm trees at Prescott’s Historic Courthouse Plaza.

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Folk Music Festival
Sat. 10/7 & Sun. 10/8, 10am-4pm
Shalot Hall Museum


Join 200-plus musicians from around the Southwest for a weekend of folk music, both new and traditional at the Sharlot Hall Museum.

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Prescott International Folk Dancers
Sun. 10/8, 3-5pm
216 E. Gurley St.
Prescott International Folk dancers. We will help you learn dances from several different countries.
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English Country Dance Series
Sun. 10/8, 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. Please bring a treat to share during the breaks.
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Are you ready to make “Everyone’s Hometown,” your Hometown?

Horseback riding in Prescott, AZThere’s no mistaking that Prescott is a Nature lovers dream. 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, refreshing your soul and restoring peace in your life is as easy as dusting off your saddle or strapping on your backpack. However, Prescott has so much more to offer.

Average daytime temperature is 73 degrees

Typically when you think of Arizona, the first thing that pops into your head is the heat. Not so in Prescott. Considered a high altitude desert Prescott’s elevation is 5,400’ and has a daytime average of 73 degrees year round.

With four distinct seasons, the annual snowfall is a mere 24 inches, and our annual rainfall is 19 inches. On average we have 277 sunny days per year.

Fresh Air

Prescott, AZ has consistently been rated by the American Lung Association as having some of the cleanest air in the United States.

Top Retirement Community

We have long been a retirement destination, and with a downtown culture that you can enjoy year-round, hiking, golfing or simply relaxing, it’s no secret why retirees choose Prescott.

Great place to raise a family

For younger families, Prescott has consistently maintained high academic ratings. BASIS Prescott which is the regions public charter school is regarded nationally as one of the best educational programs anywhere.

Also home to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU). Out of 198 schools, ERAU is tied at #13 for Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs in the U.S.

Vibrant Social Scene

Prescott’s social scene includes a variety of events such as arts and crafts fairs, pet-friendly events and brew fests. Annual events include the Worlds’ Oldest Rodeo, the New Year’s Eve Boot Drop.

If Christmas is your favorite holiday, Prescott is known as  “Arizona’s Christmas City,” complete with nearly a million holiday lights.

Are you ready to move to Prescott?

Established in 1991, we offer full-service, boutique real estate service for clients who are looking to buy a home or land in Prescott Arizona.

Comprised of a remarkable real estate team that is passionate about helping each client achieve their real estate goals, Kathleen Yamauchi was voted one of the top Most Influential Real Estate Agents in 2016 by Real Estate Executive Magazine.

Contact Kathleen Yamauchi Group Real Estate or call (928)771-1111 today to make “Everyone’s Hometown,” your hometown.