Calendar of Events
Free Non-Fasting Health Screenings
Cholesterol – Diabetes
Wednesday & Thursday
August 15 & 16, 2018
10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Verde Valley Medical Center
269 S. Candy Lane, Cottonwood
By appointment only; Call 928-639-6509
“Unusual Ways to Keep Your Body & Brain Thriving” is a free Senior Connection Speakers Bureau presentation to occur Thursday, August 16 from 12-1pm at Prescott Valley Christian Church, 7655 E Long Look Drive, Prescott Valley.
Presenter Joan Baum, New Horizons Disability Empowerment Center, will discuss various unusual ways to promote brain health. She will talk about the way doing some of your daily activities might be contributing to “Senior Moments,” confusion and anxiety, and will explain how simple changes can improve your brain as well as your overall health.
RSVPs appreciated to [email protected] or (928) 778-3747. For a complete schedule of upcoming presentations, visit www.SeniorConnection.us/speakersbureau.html
The Cottonwood Public Library is offering a new program for job seekers called Jobs 101. On the third Thursdays of every month patrons can learn how to take advantage of free library resources to help them on their way to a new career. Topics to be covered will be choosing the right career, online job searching, using resume building templates to create professional looking resumes or cover letters, and helpful tips for interviews and resume writing. Universal Class, the online resource that gives library card holders free access to over five-hundred self-paced online classes, will also be covered. Registration is required for this free class, please call 928-634-7559 to sign up. The next class takes place on Thursday, August 16 from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Dede Ewald Room. The library is located at 100 S 6th St in Cottonwood. For more information on library services please visit www.ctwpl.info, or follow them on Facebook.
The Sedona chapter of A.R.E.I. (Afterlife Research and Education Institute) meets on the 3rd Thursday of the month at 6 pm. We meet in west Sedona. Meetings consist of engaging discussion of an afterlife topic, upcoming events, and afterlife communications. Membership in this group is the first step to being considered for inclusion in our monthly physical mediumship circle. RSVP to [email protected] for location of meeting.
Cottonwood Vineyard Church, inside the sanctuary (air conditioned shopping!)
Thursday, 8/16 8 AM – 3 PM
Friday, 8/17 8 AM – 3 PM
Saturday, 8/18 8 AM – noon – BARGAIN DAY!!!
Lots of furniture, clothing, glassware, home décor, tools, yard and garden, electronics…bargains galore!
Prescott Valley, AZ 86314
Big Band Echoes, a nostalgic look back to the Big Band Era of the 30’s, 40’s and 50’s, will be meeting at the Cottonwood Public Library on Friday, August 17 from 3:30 to 5 p.m. and continues on the third Friday of each month. Hosted by Jim Ahlstrom, a former radio personality now living in Cottonwood, the program will feature music from the Big Band Era along with a special emphasis each month on a featured big band leader, a short bio and a sampling of their best known hits. Noted big band singers will also be featured.
Ahlstrom says he’ll conduct some trivia elements involving big band themes, song titles, and lyrics to challenge the audience. The audience will also be introduced to foreign big bands, one or two novelty songs and portions of big band radio remotes recorded during that era. Current artists of the big band genre will also be presented. “I’m hoping that the attendees will not only enjoy listening to some long forgotten tunes but will also enjoy participating in the trivia portion of the evening,” Ahlstrom added.
This month Ahlstrom will be featuring Ray Anthony as the featured band of the month, and the featured vocalist of the month is Keely Smith. Other bands to be featured will be Tony Corbiscello, Ralph Flanagan, Phil Harris, Les Brown, Kay Kyser, Vaughn Monroe, Jimmy Dorsey, Sammy Kaye, and Glenn Miller. Among Big Band Era vocalists to be heard include Kate Smith, Doris Day, Johnny Mercer, The Andrews Sisters, Kitty Kallen and Buddy Clark.
For more information on library services please visit www.ctwpl.info or find them on Facebook. The library is located at 100 S 6th St in Cottonwood.
Did you know that Posse Grounds Park was once home to the Coconino Sheriff’s Posse Rodeo Grounds? Did you know that the Posse held weekly rodeos right where our ball fields are now located? How cool is that!
Parks and Recreation invites you to join us on Friday, August 17 from 4-7 p.m. as we celebrate the history of Posse Grounds Park with our second annual Sedona Family Foot Rodeo. This FREE family event is sure to be a great time.
Activities and Entertainment to Include:
- Bounce Horse Barrel Racing
- Mechanical Bull Riding
- Dummy Calf Roping
- Inflatable Wild Cow Milking
- Pony Rides
- Petting Zoo
- Music by the Dan and Dave Rice Band
- Entertainment by Loop Rawlins, the one man wild west show.
- Food for sale
The Summer Concert Series, produced by the Heritage Square Trust, runs Friday evenings all summer long.
Join us at Heritage Square for FREE, family-friendly entertainment provided by Flagstaff’s best local artists!
Fridays, 6 pm – 8pm at Heritage Square through Labor Day Weekend
All animals are 50% off their adoption fee! Let’s clear our shelter! Saturday, August 18th 10-4
The Humane Society of Sedona is joining the national “Clear the Shelters” event. NBC and Telemundo stations across the country will team up with hundreds of shelters nationwide on Aug. 18 for the fourth annual Clear the Shelters animal adoption drive. For more information go to: www.cleartheshelters.com