Calendar of Events
Flagstaff Festival of Science – Accelerating into the Future will feature the rapid rate of change science and technological advances are creating in our lives. Driverless car expert Raj Rajkumar will kick off the 10-day event as the keynote presenter. The Festival also will offer more than 100 free activities including Science in the Park, SCI Talks, demonstrations, archaeology digs, guided hikes into the forest and open houses at research stations, observatories and museums. http://www.scifest.org
Manzanita Outreach’s mobile pantry program will be sharing perishable and non-perishable food at the following locations and times. Please bring your own bags. The events are open to the public.
TUESDAY, September 25
9am-10am – Church of the Nazarene, 55 Rojo Dr, Sedona (VOC)
2pm-4pm – St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 889 1st South Street, Clarkdale
4pm-5:30pm-Vineyard Christian Fellowship, 3605 Zalesky Rd, Cottonwood
Join the Prescott Valley Parks and Recreation Department on Saturday, September 29 for our Glassford Hill 5/10K Run for the Hill of It!
Pre-registration is open NOW through September 26th at www.pvaz.net. Entrance fee is $15 for 12 years and under and $20 for 13 years and older. Participants may also register the day of the event for a $10 additional charge, with cash or credit card only.
Your entry fee includes the race, an event t-shirt, water and snacks! FREE “For the Hill of It” water bottles for the first 30 participants registered!
The run will start at Glassford Hill Middle School at 6901 E Panther Path. Upon checkout, runners will be asked if they are a Runner/Jogger or Walker/Hiker. Runners/Joggers flight will start promptly at 7 a.m. and the Walker/Hiker flight will take off at 7:30 am.
Please leave strollers and dogs at home for the safety of all participants. Please park in the parking lot of Glassford Hill Middle School parking lot. Staging and check-in will occur on the basketball court.
Pre REGISTER – Prescott Valley Parks & Recreation Department at 928-759-3090
The City of Prescott is pleased to announce that the 2018 Veterans Day Parade will be held in Downtown Prescott on Saturday, November 10, 2018. Opening ceremonies will take place at 10:30am on the stage at the intersection of Cortez St. and Union St., with parade beginning at 11:00am.
This year’s parade theme is:
Honoring Hometown Heroes: Remembering World War 1~ 1914-1918.
The City of Prescott is inviting parade entrants from the community to compete in seven categories this year. Each entry category will have a first palace winner and all entries will compete for a Best overall award. The categories are:
• Fraternal or Military Organizations
• Motorized Groups
• Marching Units
• Hospital entries by Veterans
• Non-Profit Organizations
• Commercial / Business
There is no fee to enter, and application forms and rules can be found on the Recreation Services section of the City website, under the Programs and Special Events tab, or entering this link in your web browser: http://www.prescott-az.gov/event/2018-veterans-day-parade Individuals and groups interested in participating in the parade are asked to return your entry form no later than October 22, 2018, to assure proper staging and information prior to the event. Please direct questions or completed applications to Michelle Stacy-Schroeder, Recreation Coordinator, at 928-777-1552.
The Jerome Indie Film & Music Festival is back. Listed in Movie Magazines Top 25 coolest film festivals, the 6th annual JIF&M Fest continues the popular short film programs, indie film screenings and the Wicked Wild West Cinema Train ride. New events include a Ghost Tour in Hogsback Cemetery, a screening of USS Indianapolis Legacy, featuring a talk by an Arizona survivor of the tragic event, also Viva la Verde will be shown, with a Verde River walk after. Festival venues to hobnob with cast and crew; The Kickoff Party, The Film Soiree, an 80’s Karaoke Party, plus more. JFF&MF is offering any festival city resident a 30% discount. All ticket options and a complete schedule, please visit www.jeromefilmfestival.com or Facebook or Twitter.
SAVE THE DATE! Come join us for an all day HR conference in the cool pines! Prescott Area Human Resources Association (PAHRA) will be presenting various speakers with knowledge of HR and legal topics of interest to all business people! More details will be forthcoming…
Alta Vista’s 3rd Annual Fall Bazaar
Jewelry, wreaths, wooden signs, shirts, woodworking, bling things, glasses,
cards, holiday stuff and so much more!
Come experience our family on Thursday, September 27th from 9-12pm.
~ A Portion of the Proceeds will Benefit Our Local VA Recreation Therapy Service ~
Are you interested in learning how to Watercolor Paint? Then join us at the Prescott Valley Public Library (7401 E Civic Circle Dr. Prescott Valley, AZ.) for a fun and creative experience. The library is offering a watercolor class for beginners or any level of experience on Thursday September 27th from 2-5 PM in the Children’s Program Room. You will learn and practice specific techniques and have a go at creating a simple landscape painting.
Space is limited and registration is required. Please register online at pvlib.net>classes>creative aging classes. For more information call 928-759-3040
Do you have questions: Who is a “debt collector”? Who is a “consumer”? What can a “debt collector” legally do to collect a debt from a “consumer”? Join us at the Prescott Valley Public Library (7401 East Civic Circle Drive, Prescott Valley, AZ) for advice and information on Federal and Arizona State Fair Debt Collection. This legal series will have different topics monthly and will be presented by Joseph Waesche, a local attorney. This event will be held the 4th Thursdays of every month starting September 27, 2018 @ 4 to 5 pm in the PC Lab.
Space is limited. This is a free event no registration is required. For more information call 928-759-3040