Calendar of Events

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May
27
Mon
45th annual Western Art Show & Sale @ Yavapai Courthouse
May 27 @ 9:00 am

The Phippen Museum in Prescott, Art & Heritage of the American West, is holding its 45th annual Western Art Show & Sale, Saturday through Monday Memorial Weekend, May 25th-27 from 9 to 5. Free at the Yavapai County Courthouse Plaza. Visit phippenartmuseum.org for more information.

Humane Society of Sedona’s Kids & Kritters Summer Camp @ Humane Society of Sedona
May 27 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Description: Sign up now for Kids & Kritters Summer Camp 2019.  This five-day adventure of learning promotes kindness and compassion for all creatures. Camp includes animal care, behavior learning activities, carefully monitored hands-on interactions with animals, arts & crafts activities, guest speakers, and more! Check out our website for more information: www.humanesocietyofsedona.org

Date: Monday, June 3rd– Friday, June 7th

Time: 9am-1pm

Location: 2115 Shelby Drive

Contact Person: Sarah Porter, [email protected]

Phone Number: (928) 282-4679

OffStreet Festival Arts & Craft Show @ Prescott Chamber of Commerce
May 27 @ 9:00 am

Enjoy Memorial Day weekend with our annual OffStreet Arts & Crafts Festival held in lot behind Prescott Chamber of Commerce. Over 100 Arts & Craft Vendor Booths for the whole family to enjoy!

Vendor / Booth Information at www.prescott.org / Show Applications  or 928-445-2000 ext.112

 

Event Date:
5/25/2019 – 5/27/2019

 

Event Time:
Show Hours: Sat. & Sun. 9am-5pm / Mon. 9am-3pm

 

Location:
Prescott Chamber of Commerce
117 West Goodwin Street
Prescott, AZ 86302

Details:
Show Hours: Saturday & Sunday 9am-5pm / Memorial Day 9am-3pm
Show is held in parking area behing Prescott Chamber of Commerce.

 

Prescott Memorial Day Observance @ Historic Citizens Cemetery
May 27 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Join U.S. Congressman Paul Gosar, Prescott Mayor Greg Mengarelli and others at the annual Memorial Day Observance at the Historic Citizens Cemetery.

Details: 9-10 a.m. Monday, May 27. Citizens Cemetery, 815 Sheldon St., Prescott. Free. 928-445-200, prescott.org.

Memorial Day Observance-Flagstaff @ Citizens Cemetary
May 27 @ 11:00 am
Memorial Day Observance-Flagstaff @ Citizens Cemetary

On Monday, a Memorial Day service will be held at the Citizens Cemetery at 11 a.m. Following the service, a lunch will be hosted at the American Legion at 204 W. Birch Ave. Flagstaff, AZ 86001.

Volunteers and donations are appreciated. Volunteers should meet at the entrance of the Citizens Cemetery at 9 a.m. on Saturday to help place flags at veterans’ graves. For more information about Memorial Day and the American Legion, visit the American Legion Mark A Moore Post 3 facebook page.

Cornville Farmer’s Market
May 27 @ 2:00 pm

Beginning March 4th in Windmill Park the market will open every Monday, from
2pm to dusk, through December 20th

President of Cornville Community Association
Stephen cassagio

A CONVERSATION WITH JANET NAPOLITANO: HOW SAFE ARE WE? @ Orpheum Theater
May 27 @ 7:00 pm
A CONVERSATION WITH JANET NAPOLITANO: HOW SAFE ARE WE? @ Orpheum Theater

 

Former Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano offers an insightful analysis of American security at home and a prescription for the future. Join us this evening for a reading, question & answer session, and book signing.

Created in the wake of the greatest tragedy to occur on U.S. soil, the Department of Homeland Security was handed a sweeping mandate: make America safer. It would encompass intelligence and law enforcement agencies, oversee natural disasters, commercial aviation, border security and ICE, cybersecurity, and terrorism, among others. From 2009-2013, Janet Napolitano ran DHS and oversaw 22 federal agencies with 230,000 employees.

In How Safe Are We?, Napolitano pulls no punches, reckoning with the critics who call it Frankenstein’s Monster of government run amok, and taking a hard look at the challenges we’ll be facing in the future. But ultimately, she argues that the huge, multifaceted department is vital to our nation’s security. An agency that’s part terrorism prevention, part intelligence agency, part law enforcement, public safety, disaster recovery make for an odd combination the protocol-driven, tradition-bound Washington D.C. culture. But, she says, it has made us more safe, secure, and resilient.

Napolitano not only answers the titular question, but grapples with how these security efforts have changed our country and society. Where are the failures that leave us vulnerable and what has our 1 trillion dollar investment yielded over the last 15 years? And why haven’t we had another massive terrorist attack in the U.S. since September 11th, 2001? In our current political climate, where Donald Trump has politicized nearly every aspect of the department, Napolitano’s clarifying, bold vision is needed now more than ever.

Admission $5

Food for Fines at the Cottonwood Public Library @ Cottonwood Public Library
May 27 @ 8:32 pm
Food for Fines at the Cottonwood Public Library @ Cottonwood Public Library
Cottonwood Public Library announces Food For Fines from May 20 to June 1. Bring in non-perishable food items and each item donated will take $1 off your late fines. We can only do this for late fees, not for lost items or other charges. Non-perishable items must not be expired. Your donations will go to the Old Town Mission in Cottonwood.
New this year is donating to help area kids reduce their fines. We appreciate your donating to help the Old Town Mission as part of this food drive and we will credit kids’ accounts so they can check out books again! Thank you for your support and we hope to see you soon!

 

Cottonwood Public Library is located at 100 S 6th St, Cottonwood. (928) 634-7559 for more information. Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CottonwoodPL

May
28
Tue
Free Non Fasting Health Screenings @ Camp Verde Community Library
May 28 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Know Your Numbers?
Choose Your Lifestyle!
NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
For more information, call 928-853-0879
9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Tuesday,
May 28, 2019
Free Non-Fasting Health Screenings
Cholesterol • Diabetes • Blood Pressure

Food for Fines at the Cottonwood Public Library @ Cottonwood Public Library
May 28 @ 8:32 pm
Food for Fines at the Cottonwood Public Library @ Cottonwood Public Library
Cottonwood Public Library announces Food For Fines from May 20 to June 1. Bring in non-perishable food items and each item donated will take $1 off your late fines. We can only do this for late fees, not for lost items or other charges. Non-perishable items must not be expired. Your donations will go to the Old Town Mission in Cottonwood.
New this year is donating to help area kids reduce their fines. We appreciate your donating to help the Old Town Mission as part of this food drive and we will credit kids’ accounts so they can check out books again! Thank you for your support and we hope to see you soon!

 

Cottonwood Public Library is located at 100 S 6th St, Cottonwood. (928) 634-7559 for more information. Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CottonwoodPL