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Labor Day is upon us and Prescott Arizona has many things to do over the holiday that includes an arts and crafts show, hiking, picnicing and more.
The Faire on the Square Arts & Crafts Show will be held in historic downtown Prescott September 3rd thru the 5th. With over 125 vendors we are sure that you will find this an enjoyable experience. While your downtown experience Whiskey Row as it has a large number of Saloons, art galleries and candy shops.
Whiskey Row. Whiskey row dates back to 1864 and was visited by many well-known figures of that time, including Doc Holliday and the Earp brothers. Destroyed in the fire, but restored, today Whiskey Row stands as a monument to the past. From mining to the Indian wars of the late 1800’s, Prescott AZ was the very center of activity and commerce in the region.
Looking for an outdoor experience? Prescott offers an adventure around every corner as it borders three national forests, Coconino, Kaibab and Tonto. With nearly 450 miles of hiking trails in the 1.25 million acres of the Prescott National Forest, you may just wear out a pair of boots trying to hike them all.
After the Labor Day Weekend is over don’t forget about the Yavapai County Fair. From the 4H and FFA Exposition to Agriculture and Horticulture, the fair also includes Fine Arts and School Arts as well as Homemaking. There is something at the fari for the whole family to enjoy!
Once you’ve experienced Prescott we are sure that it will leave an indelible impression and the experience doesn’t have to end. Did you know that it’s one of the top 5 places to retire? With an abundance of historic homes from the turn of the century to modern architectural marvels tucked into a beautiful mountainside you can call Prescott home.
Once you’ve experienced the Labor Day Weekend in Prescott and you would like to learn more about making it your home, contact the Kathleen Yamauchi Real Estate Group to learn more today!