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Date: Wednesday, February 26, 2020
Time: 10:00am -11:30am
Location: Sedona Public Library
Si Birch Community Room
Contact Judy Poe, Assistant Director for additional questions: 928-282-7714 x116.
In conjunction with the Sedona Public Library, Yavapai County Extension Program Coordinator and trained Chef Aimee Novak and a Master Gardener collaborate to provide a free food demonstration about fresh herbs and spices. During the 90 minute presentation, Aimee will demonstrate tips and tricks for creating customized spice blends, the use of herb sachets for seasoning, and how spices enhance the flavor of food. The Master Gardener will present ideas and information about growing edible herbs in the home garden.
Help us Stick a Fork in Cancer and enjoy some of the best food in the Quad Cities. Each of these outstanding restaurants will donate a portion of their sales on the days indicated to Relay for Life of the Quad Cities. Here is a
golden opportunity to enjoy amazing food, assist cancer patients in the Quad Cities area and provide funds for finding the end to cancer. Our goal is to never have our children and grandchildren never here the words
‘You have Cancer’. Join us and these amazing eateries.
February 14th Rosa’s Pizzaria 330 W. Gurley St., Prescott
February 20th That Apple Pan 510 W. Gurley St., Prescott
February 25th Prescott Brewing Company 130 W. Gurley St., Prescott
February 26th Dry Gulch Steak House 1630 Adams St., Prescott
February 29th Flour Stone Café & Bakery 2992 Park Avenue, Suite C
Climate Change: What’s Gender Got to Do with It?
~ How Women will Lead us to a More Sustainable Future ~
Prescott, AZ –
Northern AZ Climate Change Alliance (NAZCCA) and the Democratic Women of the Prescott Area will feature a presentation and discussion by Dr. Frances Julia Riemer that explores the many issues of social justice and inequity in a changing climate. You are invited to listen and join in the discussion of Climate Change: What’s Gender Got to Do with It? How Women will Lead Us to a More Sustainable Future on Wednesday, February 26th, 11:00am – 2:00pm at Centennial Center, 1989 Clubhouse Drive, Prescott AZ. The presentation will include a buffet lunch and an opportunity for Q & A. You can purchase tickets online at: dwpaaz.org/new-events
(Luncheon Cost: $17 for DWPA Members, $20 for Non-members. Gluten-free and vegetarian options available. Please reserve by Friday, Feb 21.)
We will examine the higher risks and greater burdens on women from the impacts of climate change, and discuss the ways in which unequal participation in decision-making processes and labor markets compound these effects, and prevent women from fully contributing to climate-related planning, policy-making, and implementation. We also discuss the critical roles played by women in response to climate change. Across the globe, women’s knowledge of sustainable practices at the household and community levels and women’s participation at the political level has resulted in a greater focus and responsiveness to community needs and climate-related programs and policies.
Dr. Frances Julia Riemer is Professor of Educational Foundations and Associate Faculty/former Director of Women’s and Gender Studies Program at Northern Arizona University. An educational anthropologist who has conducted ethnographic research in the US, Africa, and Latin America; she focuses on change and issues of equity and access, gender, development and sustainable communities, as well as cultural differences and social organizations of community, school, and workplace.
Dr. Riemer is also a member of the NAZCCA Board of Directors.
The National Diabetes Prevention Program is a CDC-led initiative shown to reduce your risk for type 2 diabetes. This FREE lifestyle change program can help you lose weight, become more physically active, and reduce stress. This is a proven program to prevent or delay type 2 diabetes. You receive access to a trained lifestyle coach, a year-long program, support from others like you as you learn new skills, and a CDC-approved curriculum.
Beginning January 29th, 2020 at Yavapai County Cooperative Extension: 840 Rodeo Drive, Prescott, AZ 86305. Weekly meetings (Wednesdays) for the first 16 weeks and then once or twice a month for the remainder of the year. All meetings are scheduled from 12:00-1:00pm.
4th Annual Trunk show. Aloha! Great deals on frames and lenses and 30% off Maui Jim. Hourly door prizes and food.
Join Yavapai Broadcasting’s KKLD The Cloud from Noon-3 to spin the prize wheel.
FREE for the community!
If you are struggling to make ends meet, your cupboards are looing a little bare, or you just need a little to make it to payday stop by one of the Mission Food Pantry. You are able to shop for canned goods, boxed items, desserts, frozen, produce, and bread.
We are now open Monday & Thursday 9am to 2pm and every 2nd and 4th Wednesday 4pm to 6pm.
Lenten Services at Grace Lutheran Community Church, 5100 n Stevenson, Rimrock, AZ
5 films to spark action for immigrant justice.PRESENTED BY: PRESCOTT AREA IMMIGRATION COALITION, PRESCOTT
INDIVISIBLE IMMIGRATION TEAM
KEEP PRESCOTT TOGETHER
YAVAPAI COUNTY COMMUNITY ACTION NETWORK
The screening of these touching and inspiring stories will be
followed by the recounting of a personal immigration journey
and the experience of a volunteer worker at the border.
Discussion encouraged Action commended
FREE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC POPCORN