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Starting on Wednesday, June 9th from 3:00-4:00 pm and continuing for the next 3 weeks on Wednesday at the same time, the Ready Set Bank Digital Basics course, taught by local resident Lynn Sweitzer, provides an introduction to online banking, including the benefits of online banking, how to get started, and how banks protect your information. Students will learn about encryption, multi-factor authentication, how to avoid scams, and ways to be safe online. The course will also cover an introduction to downloading and using apps, and common online banking functions, such as how to deposit a check with a smartphone, online bill pay, and setting account alerts.
The class will be offered in-person at the library and also via Zoom so that people can take the class from home. The Zoom Meeting info is as follows:
June 9th: Meeting ID: 873 6831 7328 Passcode: 434209
June 16th: Meeting ID: 879 1566 7514 Passcode: 406927
June 23rd: Meeting ID: 845 9497 5384 Passcode: 242130
June 30th: Meeting ID: 874 6547 6626 Passcode: 338494
This class is part of the Community Connect: Digital Access at Home Grant that our library received, made possible by Capital One and the Amercian Library Association.
Camp Verde Community Library is located just off of Montezuma Castle Highway at 130 N Black Bridge Road, Camp Verde AZ. For more information about this or any other library program, visit the library’s website at www.cvlibrary.org or call 554-8380.
The Cottonwood Historic Preservation Commission will be holding a meeting on Wednesday, June 23, 2021 at 6:00 pm at the Cottonwood Council Chambers, 826 N. Main St. in Cottonwood. The following topics will be discussed:
1020 N. Main Street Hotel Project, Home Tour Update and Design Guidelines.
All interested persons are encouraged to send comments to the Community Development Director by 12:00 pm on Monday June 21, 2021. A verbal comment period will be provided during each hearing item. The Chair may impose a time limit on each speaker. The Commission will not consider written materials submitted less than three working days before the meeting.
An agenda item may be heard at the next regularly scheduled Planning and Zoning Commission meeting due to the unexpected cancellation of this meeting or removal of the item from the agenda. Material relating to the above is available for review from 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Thursday, and Fridays from 7:00 AM to 12:00 PM, at the Community Development Department, 111 North Main Street in Cottonwood, (928) 634-5505.
The Flagstaff Community Market and the Flagstaff Downtown Business Alliance (FDBA) have partnered to create a new weekly Community Market, set to take place every Wednesday in Downtown Flagstaff (6 W. Aspen Ave) from 4pm-8pm starting June 16th through September 8th, 2021.
The mission for the Wednesday Community Market is to support small independent growers, specialty food producers, local artists and small businesses. The FDBA and the Flagstaff Community Market seek to provide a vibrant community gathering space for residents and visitors of Flagstaff to mix in a relaxed, educational, and fun environment.
“The new Downtown Community Market will provide a vibrant and safe gathering space in the heart of historic downtown Flagstaff. The Market will showcase the creativity of our region as well as the wonderful downtown bricks and mortar stores that make Flagstaff so unique. “ said Art and Heather Babbott of the Flagstaff Community Markets
This street closure market will have canopies along Aspen Avenue, dispersed booths in Heritage Square, and additional tables to explore in alleyways. The Flagstaff community can expect to see between 20-30 vendors. Various downtown businesses will participate including Old Barrel Tea Company, Olive the Best, Firecreek Coffee, and Old Town Creperie to name a few.
Terry Madeksza, Executive Director for the FDBA says, “I’m thrilled to help bring the Flagstaff Community Market to the heart of downtown. This event will bring vibrancy and enthusiasm from the businesses, especially as we are emerging from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.”
For more information about the Flagstaff Community Market, please visit flagstaffmarket.com.
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BECOME A VERDE VALLEY CAREGIVERS VOLUNTEER AND HELP TRANSPORT OLDER ADULTS TO MEDICAL APPOINTMENTS, THE GROCERY STORE & OTHER ERRANDS. VOLUNTEERS ARE ALSO NEEDED TO SHOP FOR HOMEBOUND SENIORS.
TO SIGN UP GO TO WWW.VVCAREGIVERS.ORG OR CALL (928) 204-1238.
Calling all bibliophiles and literary liaisons of the library! The Bookmarks, Friends of the Cottonwood Public Library’s long awaited annual book sale has finally returned! Featuring thousands of books of your favorite authors at a great price! The book sale runs the entire month of June and is located inside the Cottonwood Public Library. Interested perusers of prose, poetry and political satire are welcome and you don’t even have to be a member of Bookmarks to avail of the great savings on books, dvds and cds. Everything at the Bookmarks book sale is half off! Visit the Cottonwood Public Library at 100 S Sixth Street, across from the rec center Monday through Friday from 9am to 6pm and Saturdays from 9am to 2pm.
“Caregiver 411 – Understanding that Hope & Help Are Just Around the Corner” is a free Senior Connection Speakers Bureau presentation to occur Thursday, June 24 from 12-1pm at American Lutheran Church, 1085 Scott Drive in Prescott.
As family caregivers, it’s hard to see our loved ones decline. It can be easy to become hopeless when feeling overwhelmed. Pamela Cregger, Home Care Assistance, will help you recognize the signs that help is needed, and provide guidelines for identifying care goals. Once you are empowered, you will know how to identify and ask for the right type of help. This presentation will also provide a road map for investigating care options, as well as highlight community resources.
This non-commercial, educational presentation is free and open to the public. Please respect this facility’s masking and distancing requirements. Please RSVP to Debbie Stewart at [email protected] or (928) 778-3747. The presentation will also be videotaped and be available virtually On Demand at Teleconnection.SeniorConnection.us
Join us on Thursday, June 24th from 5:30-7:00 pm in Camp Verde Community Library’s Fireside Room for our new free Special Concert Series, a spin-off of Music in the Stacks round-robin style concerts that take have taken place at the library for nearly 5 years.
Music in the Stacks Special Concert Series is a showcase of local and national musicians who entertain regularly in Northern Arizona. There will be one band or solo artist that plays for the duration of the concert with a different artist playing each month, on the 4th Thursday.
June’s concert features the solo artist Ron McLain. His smooth-voiced repertoire consists of country, rock, blues, and folk originals and covers. Ron accompanies himself on guitar and harmonica showing his versatile musical talent.
Camp Verde Community Library is located just off of Montezuma Castle Highway at 130 Black Bridge Road, Camp Verde AZ. For more information about this or any other library program, visit the library’s website at www.cvlibrary.org or call 554-8391.
Heritage Park Zoo -SE corner Willow Creek Rd. and Heritage Park Rd.
Zoo By Moonlight is an evening event held at Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary from May through September. It provides a great opportunity to see the Sanctuary’s nocturnal residents. Enjoy our Clouded Leopards, wolves, coyotes and much more by the light of the full moon. Pricing: Members $7, Non-Members $10. It’s a howling good time!
Animals galore will be highlighted in this three-part video series.
Three-part video series. Among many other animals, you’ll see camels, Wallabies and a Zonkey at the Grand Canyon Deer Farm. Get behind the scenes and hear a story about one of the featured animals on our Facebook and YouTube channel.
Premiers at 10:00am on Fridays