Things to do THIS Weekend in Prescott, AZ

Here are just a few of the things going on in and around Prescott, Arizona this weekend December 1 – 3, 2017!

Events

Holiday Festival of Lights & Parade
Fri. 12/01, 4:45pm-7pm
Prescott Valley Civic Center
The celebration of the holiday season begins with choirs singing, a message from the mayor, the Night Before Christmas being read, and the Christmas Parade.
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Let the Season Begin
Fri. 12/01, 7:30pm
Yavapai Performing Arts Center
Acclaimed soprano, Carmen Elisa Cancel, returns to the YCPAC stage to join the YC Choirs, dancers, and orchestra in a magnificent Christmas Celebration featuring some of the seasons most beloved songs.
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Holiday Market
Fri. 12/01, 10am
Prescott Center for the Arts
Support your local artists who have made wonderful home-made crafts and gifts for the whole family. Get all your holiday shopping done in one stop.
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In the Christmas Mood
Fri. 12/01, 7pm
Elks Theatre
The Elks Theatre comes alive with the holiday spirit featuring a star-studded cast, special guests, and a seven-piece band complete with horns that will light up the theatre.
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Enchanted Christmas Tour of Light
Through Sat. 12/30, times vary
Prescott Gateway Mall
Experience the magic of Christmas as you journey through 22 different themed rooms adorned with over 1/2 a million lights, complete with a large Department 56 Village Display. $5
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A 1940’s Radio Christmas Card
Fri. 12/01 – Sun. 12/03, times vary
Prescott Center for the Arts
The long-awaited sequel to the popular "The 1940’s Radio Hour," with noisy plumbing, missed calls, electrical blackouts, and over-the-top theatrics, this radio show is an entertaining excursion into a live radio show.
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Contemporary Eclectic Works at "Tis Gallery
Fri. 12/01 – Tues. 12/19, times vary
"Tis Art Center and Gallery
Contemporary Eclectic Works in various media and styles by Prescott area artists.
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Holiday Tree Display
Fri. 12/01 – Tue. 01/02, times vary
Prescott Valley Public Library
Enjoy the Annual Create a Tree Display on the 1st and 2nd floors of the Prescott Public Library.
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Emerging Artist Exhibition
Fri. 12/01 – Wed. 12/13, times vary
Yavapai College
A juried exhibition highlighting the best of Yavapai College student’s artwork.
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63rd Annual Courthouse Lighting
Sat. 12/026-8pm
Historic Courthouse Plaza
Join us for "Arizona’s Christmas City’s" premiere event! 63rd Annual Courthou8se Lighting on Prescott’s Historic Courthouse Plaza. Musical Groups Perform @ 5PM / Lighting Ceremony @6PM.
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Walter Salas-Humara Trio
Sat. 12/02, 7pm-10pm
The Raven
The Trio performs again at this beautiful, relaxed venue with great food and drinks.
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A Frontier Christmas
Sat. 12/02, 6pm-8:30pm
Sharlot Hall Museum
Enjoy a traditional holiday experience with warm cookies and hot cider while you listen to classic holiday cards, hear tales of frontier Prescott, and admire the vintage trimmings on the Governor’s Mansion tree. $5
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Winter Holiday Spectacular
Sun. 12/03, 3pm-5pm
Yavapai Performing Arts Center
Join all five of the Yavapai College Instrumental ensembles for the afternoon of holiday favorites, and other instrumental classics. $10
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Holiday Gift Concert
Sun. 12/03, 3pm
Granite Peak Unitarian
Universalist Congregation
This holiday concert features international tenor Efren Puig, Dan Boyce on French Horn, and more. $20
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Prescott, AZ named one of the best small towns for Christmas Celebrations

Prescott, AZ Christmas CelebrationCountry Living magazine recently named Prescott, AZ one of America’s 23 best Small Towns for Christmas. Dubbed “Arizona’s Christmas City” in 1989 by then Governor Rose Mofford, Prescott boasted a number of events to usher in the holidays.

In the mid-1950’s the tradition of the Courthouse Lighting began and in the early 1980’s the annual Christmas Parade, and the popular Acker Night Musical Showcase began.

Start planning your Holiday Celebration

The 63rd annual Christmas Parade and Courthouse Lighting on Prescott’s Historic Courthouse Plaza are scheduled for Saturday, December 2nd. The parade will begin at 1:00 p.m. followed by the lighting ceremony at 6:00 p.m.

The fun doesn’t stop there as the Acker Musical Showcase, known as Acker Night takes place on the streets, restaurants and shops of Downtown Prescott on the 8th of December starting at 5:00 p.m.

Whiskey Row Boot Drop 2018

Prescott is full of adventure during the holidays and New Year’s Eve is no exception. On December 31st from 8:00 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. ring in the New Year with the annual Whiskey Row Boot Drop.

A 6-foot illuminated Cowboy Boot at the Palace building’s flagpole is slowly lowered down to ring in the New Year. The best part is it’s free to the public.

Make “Everyone’s Hometown,” your Hometown

Once the celebrations have passed, you may want to consider making Prescott your hometown. Rich with historic heritage as well as beautiful neighborhoods to call home dubbed “Everybody’s Hometown” due to the fact that most who come to Prescott find something here that reminds them of where they grew up, “Everybody’s Hometown” seems most fitting.

Are you ready to call Prescott home?

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.
 

 

Things to do THIS Weekend in Prescott, AZ

Here are just a few of the things going on in and around Prescott, Arizona this weekend November 24 – 26, 2017!

Events

Valley of Lights
Thu. 11/23, 6pm-10pm
2215 5th Street
Enjoy this one mile drive through festive holiday lights.
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Karaoke, Free Pool & Line Dancing
Thu. 11/23, 6:30pm-11:30pm
Sidekicks Saloon
Enjoy free pool all day, line dance lessons beginning at 6:30pm, and karaoke at 7:30pm.
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Prescott’s 4th Friday Art Walk at ‘Tis
Fri. 11/24, 5pm-7pm
"Tis Art Center and Gallery
4th Friday Art Walk is a night to mingle with Jo, Judith, and Deborah of "Art a la Carte" fame, and the artists from the eclectic works exhibit.
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Jazz Trio
Fri. 11/24, 5pm-7pm
Gallery Prescott Center for the Arts
The Larry Wills Trio will perform during the art walk. Enjoy refreshments and wine while listening to music.
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An Irish Christmas
Fri. 11/24, 7pm
Elks Theatre
Take a journey through Christmas in Ireland with superb dancing, singing, and Irish traditional music celebrating the international spirit of the holiday season.
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"Enchanted Christmas" Tour of Lights
Fri. 11/24-12/30, times vary
Prescott Gateway Mall
Journey through our 22 different themed rooms adorned with over 1/2 million lights, complete with a large Department 56 Village Display and model trains by Point of Rocks Model Railroad Club.
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22nd Annual Holiday Light Parade
Sat. 11/25, 6-9pm
Courthouse Square
Holiday Light Parade kicks-off the holiday season with a parade of festively lit and decorated floats. Come and join in the After-Parade Party fun when the parade Ends on the Mile High Middle School field.
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Blaine Long Band
Sat. 11/25, 7pm
Raven Cafe
Blaine Long’s music is marked by warm and soulful vocals, and a powerful rhythmic acoustic guitar style.
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Small Business Saturday
Sat. 11/25, 10am-8pm
Prescott Area Businesses
Small Business Saturday is a nationwide event designed to inspire Prescott to Shop Small, Eat Small, and support the local economy. Pick up a special Local Business Coupon Book at Prescott Chamber Visitor Center.
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Kirtan Kara in Prescott
Sat. 11/25, 3pm
Elks Theatre
Kirtan is a simple and powerful form of singing meditation which helps us quiet the mind, and move into the being made of the heart.
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A Thanksgiving "Sing-A-Long" Concert
Sat. 11/25, 7:30pm
Prescott Center for the Arts
A very special "Sing-A-Long" concert of favorite folk songs of thanks and giving, with Phoenix blues greats such as Eric Ramsey, MacDougal Street West, and Fare Thee Wells.
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25th Annual Gingerbread Village Display
Sat. 11/25 – Tues. 01/02, Open 24/7
Prescott Resort & Conference Center
View hundreds of gingerbread villages at Prescott Resort and Conference Center.
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English Country Dance
Sun. 11/26, 7-9pm
Granite Peak Unitarian
Come, socialize and enjoy lively and beautiful music that will make your first and third Sundays of each month special! Please bring a treat to share during the breaks. No partners necessary.
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Whiskey Row History Walking Tour
Sun. 11/26, 1pm
Visitor Information Center
Hear about the Great Fire of 1900, Virgil Earp, the dynamite demon of Whiskey Row, Whiskey Row’s origins, and much more.
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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 November 17 – 19, 2017!

Events

Art a la Carte: Art to Satisfy Your Artistic Appetite
Thu. 11/16 – Sun. 11/19, times vary
‘Tis Art Center and Gallery
In the Mezzanine Gallery, "Art a la Carte" features Woven Wearables Jo Manginelli, polymer clay jewelry by Judith Skinner, and felt sculpture by Deborah Salazar.
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Art Days for Kids
Fri. 11/17, 1pm
Prescott Public Library
Explore instruments through art and, learn about artists who paint children playing musical instruments.
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Holiday Boutique
Fri. 11/17 & Sat. 11/18, 10am-4pm
Stepping Stones
Shop for hand made items such as quilts, wall hangings, table runners, holiday gift items, and much more.
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Annie
Fri. 11/17 & Sat. 11/18, times vary
Elks Theater
One Stage Family Theatre proudly presents "Annie." This classical musical is a must see for the whole family.
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Third Friday Chamber Music Series:
"Eight Pieces" by Max Bruch
Fri. 11/17, 3:30pm
Prescott Public Library
Brahms Piano Trio in A Minor will be played on bassoon, clarinet, and piano. In addition, a piece will be played by a Clarinet Quartet.
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Dana Louise & The Glorious Birds
Fri. 11/17, 7:30pm
Yavapai College Performing Arts Center
Drawing form jazz and bluegrass, songstress Dana Louise & The Glorious Birds astonish their audiences with vibrant, melodic storytelling and a powerful folk sound on contemporary beat.
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Fall Star Walk
Fri. 11/17, 6:15pm
Highland Center for Natural History
Take a journey through the fall stars in this special new series about stars, planets, and much more.
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Yavapai Flute Circle
Sat. 11/18, 12pm
Library Children’s Program Room
Yavapai Flute Circle promotes the Native American flutes, preserves its history, and respects its cultural origins and traditions.
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Ecological Connections and
Biodiversity Workshop with Walt Anderson

Sat. 11/18, 9am
Highlands Center for Natural History
Join Prescott College professor Walt Anderson for an outdoor workshop in understanding and valuing biodiversity. Walt will facilitate activities and discussions to help participants understand ecosystems and our roll in them. $18
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Prescott Champion Vintage Baseball Club
Sat. 11/18, 12pm
Ken Lindley Field
Come watch baseball as it was played using the rules of 1860 in Prescott’s own historic ballpark.
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Annual Christmas Bazaar and Bake Sale
Sat. 11/18, 8am-2pm
Prescott Village
The Annual Christmas Bazaar offers special and unique gift ideas, holiday housewares, decorations, antiques, turquoise jewelry, and baked goods.
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Gala of the Royal Horses
Sat. 11/18, 7:30pm
Prescott Valley Event Center
The Gala of Royal Horses is created, produced, and led by world-renowned riding master Rene Gasser, who has recreated an event only previously seen at the famous riding schools in Vienna and Spain. $31-$71
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YCPAC Satellite Series: MET Opera
Sat. 11/18, 10:55am
Yavapai College Performing Arts Center
Yavapai College of Performing Arts presents a live Saturday morning broadcast of "The Exterminating Angel." This challenging new work, based on the Luis Bauel film follows a dinner party as it takes a surreal turn. $12-$24
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Prescott International Folkdancers
Sun. 11/19, 3pm
First Congregational Church
Prescott International Folkdancers will help you learn dances from several different countries. $3
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Introduction to Transcendental Meditation
Sun. 11/19, 1:30pm
Mountain Spirit Co-Op
Transcendental Meditation promotes health and well-being of mind and body, and improves the quality of life. 
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Kathleen Yamauchi Group Real Estate offers over 100 years of experience

Prescott, AZ RealtorKathleen Yamauchi Real Group Real Estate has been serving the Prescott, AZ area since 1991. Lead by Kathleen Yamauchi a Graduate of the Realtor Institute, associate broker, e-Pro and Certified Residential Specialist, Kathleen was voted one of the 100 Most Influential Real Estate Agents by Real Estate Executive Magazine in 2016.

In 2002, Kathleen opened her office, and after the “crash” of 2007, she evolved into the premiere boutique real estate office in Prescott. With a focus on a high level of service and insisting on unquestionable integrity, she carefully assembled a team of experienced individuals to fulfill each position of her group.

Over 100 years of combined Real Estate Experience

Today, the Kathleen Yamauchi Group team is finely tuned, combining over 100 years of experience plus a variety of life skills into a professional, efficient group. As such, when you work with one member of the group, you get all of the Kathleen Yamauchi Group team experience. Specializing in Prescott residential properties, we sell well over 100 properties yearly.

Kathleen Yamauchi Group Real Estate offers full-service, boutique real estate service for clients who are both looking to buy or sell homes for land in Prescott Arizona.

Utilizing Real Estate technology

Our in-house marketing team uses the very latest real estate advertising technology, and because we employ the services of a professional real estate photographer, your property listing will stand out from the rest of the homes on the market. We craft and position the message of your property above all of the other noise in this market.

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 was meant just for you.

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 or call (928)771-1111 to get started on your journey to find the right property 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 November 10 – 12, 2017!

Events

Under Milk Wood
Thu. 11/09 – Sat. 11/11, times vary
Prescott Center for the Arts
This is a delightful if peculiar story of a day in the life of a small, Welsh fishing village called "Llareggub." $5
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Rummage Sale for the Rescues
Thu. 11/09 – Tues. 10/14, 10am-5pm
Fortner Aerospace Building
An annual rummage sale held each fall for avid bargain hunters who like to shop for a cause. Proceeds help the United Army Friends.
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"Adorn Yourself 2017" Willis, Knight and Fagen
Thu. 10/09 – Sun. 11/12, times vary
‘Tis Art Center & Gallery
"Adorn Yourself" features wearable art creations on display in the Mezzanine.
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Stan Kenton Legacy Orchestra
Fri. 11/10, 7pm
The Ruth Street Theater
Enjoy this once in a lifetime concert with the Stan Kenton Legacy Orchestra. $20-$25
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Ronny Cox
Fri. 11/10, 7pm
Elks Theatre & Performing Arts Center
Actor and songwriter Ronny Cox showcases a wonderful acoustic mix of folk, western, jazzy-bluesy, and just plain cornball stuff. $25-$30
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Griefwalker Film at ERAU
Fri. 11/10 & Sat. 11/11, times vary
Davis Learning Center
Griefwalker is a lyrical, poetic portrait of Stephen Jenkinsons work over a twelve year period.
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Meditation Circle
Fri. 11/10, 1pm
Prescott Public Library
Prescott Valley Public Library’s Meditation Circle invites individuals of all levels to actively practice in moment-to-moment mindfulness with other interested individuals.
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Customer Appreciation Day and
Pre-Holiday Event

Sat. 11/11, 10am-6pm
Old Firehouse Plaza
A fun way to kick off the holiday season with special deals, appetizers, and door prizes.
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Family Storytime
Sat. 11/11, 11am
Prescott Public Library
Enjoy 20-30 minutes of stories, songs, and activities for the whole family.
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Born Country – The Best of Alabama
Sat. 11/11, 7pm
The Elks Theater
Alabama was among the first crossover country acts and would go on to become one of the most beloved bands in the nation. $22-$25
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Friends of the Verde River
Vision of the Future

Sat. 11/11, 10am
Granite Peak Unitarian
Universalist Congregation
Friends of the Verde Rivers President Chip Nation and Board Member Brent Bitz will answer questions about how residents can help protect the Verde River.
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Experiencing Technical Difficulties
Sat. 11/11, 2pm
Ruth Street Theater
This is the 43rd annual show of the High Mountain Chordsmen, Prescott’s Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society. This year, you will get a back stage glimpse of what it takes to put on a show. $12-$15
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2017 Veterans Day Parade
Sat. 11/11, 10:30am-1pm
Downtown Prescott
Opening ceremonies will begin at 10:30am on he stage at Cortes and Union Streets. The parade will begin at 11am with a brief stop in front of the stage at 11:11am.
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Beverly "Guitar" Watkins & The R.D. Olson Band
Sat. 11/11, 7pm
Prescott Center for the Arts
Two for today’s most electrifying blues guitarists – Grammy-winning legend Beverly "Guitar" Watkins, and the "Six-String Sire" Diana Rein – join blues harp maestro R.D. Olson for a night to remember. $32
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Prescott Winter Farmers Market
Sat. 11/11, 10am-11am
Yavapai Regional Medical Center
This market hosts 30 local farmers, ranchers, and art and craft vendors.
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Prescott International Folk Dancers
Sun. 11/12, 3-5pm
216 E. Gurley St.
Prescott International Folk dancers. We will help you learn dances from several different countries.
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It’s time to winterize your home in Prescott, AZ

Winter is just around the corner and winterizing your home not only helps you and your family stay warm and snug during the upcoming months, and help you save on your energy bills, but more importantly it helps you protect your home from damage that can lead to costly repairs. So, here is a list of things below you can do to help further winterize your home.

How to winterize your home in Prescott:

  • Inspect your Gutters – Did you know that clogged gutters can cause water that is blocked to freeze and seep into your home? Take the time to clean them out and make sure that your downspouts are carrying the water away and not toward your house.
  • Locate and repair drafts – From electrical outlets to door frames, windows, and recessed lighting, these areas typically tend to be drafty. Sealing up these areas can save on your energy bill. Simply use a wet hand, or incense, to move over the areas to spot potential leaks.
  • Don’t forget to check you insulation – Attic’s require twelve inches of insulation and moisture problems can occur if your insulation has backing paper, so take the time to do an inspection.While you’re checking your attic’s insulation, don’t forget to check for any exposed pipes outside as they must be insulated from the cold too. Not only does it keep the pipes from freezing, it will prevent condensation from freezing on them, which will help save on energy bills.
  • Change Furnace Filters – Temperatures will be dropping soon so turn on your furnace and make sure that it’s working properly. Also, don’t forget to change the filter in your furnace. When you put the first furnace filter of the season in, don’t forget to set your digital calendar to remind you to replace it at monthly intervals throughout the cold season.
  • Check your smoke alarm – While you are inspecting so many other aspects of your home, don’t forget to make sure that your smoke alarms are all functioning, and replace the batteries as needed. Also, make sure that you have a functioning fire extinguisher as well.

Forecast for a Warmer-than-usual Winter!

With the forecast for a warmer winter than normal, this is the perfect time to sell your home in Prescott, and the Kathleen Yamauchi Group Real Estate can assist you in selling your home and buying the home of your dreams.

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.

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 Weekend in Prescott

 

 

 

Events

Honey Baked Hams & Turkeys
for the Holidays

Now- 11/17
PEO Chapter DX is taking orders for Honey Baked Products including Whole Fully Cooked Turkeys, turkey breasts, side dishes, soup mixes, gourmet desserts, and gift certificates to be delivered to Prescott Monday November 20th.
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George Burns Alive Again and in Concert
Fri. 11/03, 7:30pm
Prescott Center For The Arts
This one-man, musical, comedy performance of our beloved George Burns is sure to delight the entire family!
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Drop In Tech Help
Fri. 11/03, 11am-1pm
Prescott Public Library
Library staff are available to help with email, downloading apps, basic computer skills, phones, tablets, and social media including Facebook on Fridays 11-1pm in the 2nd floor PC Lab.
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Adorn Yourself 2017
Fri. 11/03-Sun. 11/05, times vary
Tis Art Gallery
Wearable art creations by Barb Wills, Joan Knight and Laurie Fagen, though 11/14.
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The Prescott Jazz and swing
Conservatory Group Workshop

Sat. 11/04, 9am-4pm
Elks Theatre
This group workshop is open to all musicians and their instruments as well as those wishing to attend and just listen to some great music. Students please contact Noble Hathaway – noblehathaway@gmail.com or call 623 687 4251 to register.
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Prescott Chamber Orchestra
"Music To Be Thankful For" Concert

Sat. 11/04, 2:30-5:30pm
St. Lukes Episcopal Church
The Prescott Chamber Orchestra will open its 35th season with a rich classical program featuring our own concert master, Bill Cummings, performing the Beethoven Violin Concerto in D Major.
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The Relativity of Albert Einstein
Sat. 11/04, 2pm
Prescott Center For The Arts
Imagine Albert Einstein explaining the Theory of Relativity, in a FUN, EXCITING way, without mathematics or a knowledge of physics required.
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Highlands Holiday Bazaar
Sat. 11/04, 9am-2pm
Highlands Center for Natural History
We will have over 20 local artisans, bake sale, hot cider and coffee, children’s play area, face painting, and crafts table. Kids will be able to create their own work of art to take home! Free open house of our new botanical garden.
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Handmade Holidays
Sat. 11/04, 9am-3pm
Prescott Gardens Clubhouse
Huge Sale of handmade crafts, gifts, and food items.
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Prescott 2nd Annual Out
of the Darkness Walk

Sat. 11/04, 9am-12pm
Granite Creek Park
Do you want make a change? Please join us for Prescott’s 2nd annual Out of the Darkness walk to fight suicide. The walk is a 1 mile loop around and park and is handicap accessible.
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Free Naturalist Nature Walks
Sat. 11/04, 10am
Highlands Center for Natural History
Ethnobotany: The Medicinal & Edible Bounty of the Central Highlands.
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Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary
Dollar Days

Sat. 11/04 & Sun. 11/05, 10am-4pm
Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary
Come visit Heritage Park Zoo for $1.00 admission.
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Hotel Vendome 100th Anniversary
Celebration Open House

Sun. 11/05, 1-5pm
Hotel Vendome
Enjoy an afternoon of history and fun with a reception featuring light hors d’oeuvres, drinks and entertainment by renowned local musicians, Scandalous Hands, and door prizes.
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Prescott International Folk Dancers
Sun. 11/05, 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
Sun. 11/05, 7pm
Granite Peak Unitarian
Come, socialize and enjoy lively and beautiful music that will make your first and third Sundays of each month special! Please bring a treat to share during the breaks. No partners necessary.
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Phoenix Symphony in Prescott
Sun. 11/05, 3pm
YC Performing Arts Center
Now in their 51st season providing Prescott area music lovers with classical music experiences that few other communities of its size can claim.
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Movies

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Thor: Ragnarok

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A Bad Moms Christmas

    
     
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LBJ

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