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All Horseshoe Pitchers are invited to participate in the 2nd Annual Jerry Germain Memorial Horseshoe Tournament on June 29, 2019 sponsored by Gary Streeter American Legion Post 108 in association with the Central Arizona Horseshoe Club. The horseshoe pits are located at the American Legion Park, 3281 N. Bob Street, between Navajo Dr. and E. Yavapai Rd. in Prescott Valley, Arizona.
Entry fee is $15.00 and horseshoes are available. All proceeds go to fund American Legion programs which benefit Veterans, Youths, National Security and Americanism.
Check-in time is 7:30 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. with pitching to start at 8:30 a.m. For all novice pitchers, this will be a blind draw doubles event and for semi-professional pitchers, this event will be handicapped. The main pre-requisite is a desire to have a little fun for the day and meet people in the community and surrounding areas with common interests.
Many Prescott Valley area businesses and individuals have generously donated door prizes to be awarded during the tournament.
The American Legion is celebrating its 100th anniversary during 2019. Gary Streeter American Legion Post 108, its Auxiliary and Legion Riders have supported veterans and the youth in our community since 1982.
For more information, call Post 108 Commander, Gary Taylor at (928) 713-6339.
This special event began back in the early 1980s when the wife of a PRCA cowboy came up with the idea to offer exceptional children a first-hand experience at rodeo. In partnership with the PRCA, the idea became a reality and Prescott Frontier Days®, Inc. has been honored to be involved every year. All rodeo events are modified and take place on the ground so each contestant can participate. All participants are treated to a cowboy dinner and the kickoff-rodeo performance. – In partnership with the PRCA and Horses With Heart.
Sign up now to help with our Happy Hearts Rodeo on Monday, July 1. Horses with Heart has the privilege of opening the “World’s Oldest Rodeo” with our own version of a rodeo. Special needs youngsters ages 5-12 get to be cowpokes—riding our horses, barrel racing stick horses, roping and riding our “woolly-bully” (hand-rocked “mechanical” bull) and more.
It takes at least 30 volunteers to be SST (Safety Support Team) members and activity directors in the rodeo arena. Please sign up in the Volunteer Building or email Jan Grise: hw[email protected] . Also, complete a Frontier Days Rodeo Waiver (next to the sign-up sheet) and put it in Jan’s folder on the Instructors’ office door.
Join Yavapai Broadcasting’s KVRD for opening night of the Prescott Frontier Days Rodeo!
City of Sedona Parks and Recreation
4th of July Wet Fest
Sedona Community Pool
570 Posse Ground Road
Spend your 4th of July “day” with us and still have time to drive to your favorite fireworks show at night. Enjoy lunch and music, a swimming pool and water slide fun all surrounded by the spectacular red rocks. This event is free of charge (food not included). The pool opens at 12 p.m. for free recreation swim and just outside the pool gate will be food for sale and fun water games and toys meant to help you beat the heat.
All pool rules apply and a 375 person pool maximum will be enforced within the pool gate. Maximum does not apply to activities outside the pool gate.
Dates, Saturday, July 6th 2019
Times, 10 K 6:30 AM 2 Mile 6:40 AM
Location, On the Brownlow Trail in Pioneer Park Prescott, AZ
Camp Verde Parks & Recreation announces another trip to see our Arizona Diamondbacks play the Milwaukee Brewers, Sunday July 21. The bus leaves at 10:30 enroute to our air-conditioned seats in Section 111, down the right field line, just a short walk from our bus. Relax in the bus for the drive home after the fun at the game. Don’t miss out, get your seats by July 8.
We have 2 other games left this season so you’re sure to find at least one you can’t miss. The San Francisco Giants are in town Sunday August 18 and our last trip is against the Cincinnati Reds on Saturday September 14 when the bus leaves at 2:30 in the afternoon.
Cost for each trip is $55 per person, which includes a seat in Section 111 and transportation. Register on-line at https://campverde.sportsiteslabs.com/player , or the click the blue Register Now button on our Facebook page “Town of Camp Verde Parks & Recreation” or find a link on our homepage at campverde.az.gov .
Contact Camp Verde Parks & Recreation at 395 S. Main St., [email protected] or (928)554-0828 for more information or reservations. Play ball!
2019 Friday Night under the lights Gymkhana saddle series
BARRELS * FLAG RACE
MOUNTAIN COWHORSE * MYSTERY PATTERN
Age groups: 9 & under, 10 – 13, 14 – 17, 18 & over
JUNE 21, 2019 Books open at 5:00 pm * Race at 6:30 pm
Pre-entries due by: June 14t
Friday, July 19, 2019 – Books open at 5:00 pm * Race at 6:30 pm
Pre-entries due by: July 5th.
Friday, August 16, 2019 – Books open at 5:00 pm * Race at 6:30 pm
Pre-entries due by: August 9th.
FINALS AT FAIR September 7th** Prescott Rodeo Grounds 840 Rodeo Dr. Prescott, AZ (Use Fair Street entrance)
Start Time 9AM $100 Entry
Year end awards are given to division winners !!
A (1&2), AA (3&4), AAA (5&6)
Must compete at 3 of the 4 to qualify for saddles, buckles and
more year end awards!!!
Followed by Saturday morning Mounted Shooting Event Saddle series!
Arizona Shooters!! Looking forward to shooting fun
out of the heat!!
Pre- Entry Registration $40 * Race day Registration $50
CVEP ARENA FEE $10 FOR NON-MEMBERS – CVEP ARENA FEE $5 FOR MEMBERS
High Point Saddle Series, Best of 3. Required 3 registrations to qualify for saddle.
September 6th required attendance to qualify.
For more information contact April 928-533-5565 email: [email protected]
**Stalls limited** $10 **Dry camp and bring your own stalls** $15 **Dry camp only** $10
This is an annual charity bicycle road ride that is organized by The Taylor House, Northern Arizona Healthcare Foundation and Absolute Bikes. Proceeds from this event go to allow family members of FMC patients to stay just across the street from their loved ones at the Taylor House hospitality house.