Calendar of Events

To add your event to our calendar, please email information (Title, Dates, Times, Location, Image, …) to [email protected]

Apr
21
Wed
RADIO STATION APPEARANCE- Spring Swap Road Trip @ various Northern Arizona locations
Apr 21 @ 8:00 am – 4:30 pm

Join Yavapai Broadcasting’s KVNA FM for the Spring Swap Road Trip.  You Listen, We Give.  Meet up with us on our road trip to score a mystery grab bag filled with prizes and register to win Heartbreaker’s Mike Campbell autographed Fender guitar!

8-9am Dutch Bros 301 Regent St Flagstaff (off Butler Ave)

Noon-1pm Old Town Visitor Center, 817 N. Main St, Cottonwood

4:30-5:30pm Trax Records, a block south of Whiskey Row, 234 S. Montezuma, Downtown Prescott

Flagstaff Festival of Science 2021-Host and Event
Apr 21 @ 9:03 pm

This is a formal call for programs to share with the community. Share with the community your research and/or programs. Workshops, talks, trips, and programs should highlight innovative Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math.

We encourage you to be as imaginative as you like with your program titles and descriptions. Completed forms are due end of May 2021.

  • Lectures (should be scheduled between 4-6:30 PM Monday-Friday and some on weekends)
  • Open Houses and Field Trips (should be scheduled in the afternoon/early evening or weekends)
  • Workshops (should be scheduled Monday to Friday,  after 4, or on weekends, and should be interactive).
Apr
22
Thu
City of Flagstaff 2021 Earth Day
Apr 22 all-day

We are excited to announce that Earth Day 2021 will be hosted via virtual engagement. We are partnering with communities around the state, featuring our elected officials, sharing their hopes for Earth Day Action. Earth Day is Thursday, April 22, 2021, but look for social media videos in the weeks leading up to Earth Day and on this page, where we can post the links to the videos. We’ll have 7 videos total, all outlining a vision for combating climate change and a call to action. We invite you to engage with the call to action and share your story! And don’t forget to follow us on Facebook!

 

First Verde Valley Community BioBlitz
Apr 22 @ 9:27 pm

Friends of the Verde River is pleased to announce that the
very first Verde Valley Community BioBlitz will be held from April 22-May 7 throughout the Verde Valley and along the Verde River.
Amidst the complications of COVID-19, Friends of the Verde River is committed to providing
opportunities for community members of all ages to learn and engage about the Verde River and the many species that live within and around the watershed.
Friends is inviting community members, teachers and other organizations to participate in this 2-week event. BioBlitz participants are invited to go out along the river or anywhere in the Verde River system; Oak Creek, West Clear Creek, etc. and use the iNaturalist app to take photos of
plants, animals, birds, and insects to gather species data for the Verde River. The observations
collected will help Friends of the Verde River’s efforts in documenting native and invasive plants
along the river. You do not need to be a biologist to participate – the BioBlitz is easily accessible for
everyone and is a great way to learn about the species within our community.
Registration is completely FREE and includes instructions to the iNaturalist App, a map of
suggested locations and more information about Friends of the Verde River.
For more information and to register, please visit: verderiver.org/bioblitz
The Verde Valley Community BioBlitz is a community driven 2-week event made possible by the
hard work of many committed partners and sponsors. The event is hosted by Friends of the Verde
River, with generous support from the City of Cottonwood and our partners; the Science Vortex,
STREAM Council, R.A.I.N and Camp Verde Library.

Apr
24
Sat
Flagstaff Drop Off Day, Dump the Drugs, Shred-A-Thon @ Flagstaff Police Department
Apr 24 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Flagstaff Drop Off Day, Dump the Drugs, Shred-A-Thon @ Flagstaff Police Department

Put Your Waste in the Right Place! Drop Off Day April 24th from 10am-2pm.

Join us for Drop Off Day, Dump the Drugs, Shred-A-Thon and properly dispose of your waste! We will be accepting: Unwanted/Expired medications and medical syringes, documents for shredding, electronic waste, CFLs, batteries, and aerosol cans.  No liquid or commercial waste will be accepted.  This is a drive through event.

This event is always well attended and lines may be long.  Your patience is appreciated, we also welcome suggestions.  [email protected]

Prescott Earth Day Celebration 2021
Apr 24 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

The 2021 51st Anniversary Earth Day Celebration will be held on

Saturday, April 24th from 10:00am – 2:00pm

in Prescott, Arizona

#PrescottEarthDay #EarthDay2021 #dothemostandcompost

Prescott Earth Day

“Do the MOST and COMPOST!”

Live Performances

Children & Youth Activities

Every year the children & youth area grows with activities such as face-painting, planting & gardening, building with logs and blocks, painting community murals, discovering compost, a nature touch & feel table, ski-ball for veggies & a veggie launcher, and so much more! This year we are taking extra precautions to make sure our kiddos can still have boatloads of creative fun while staying safe and healthy.

FREE drinks & snacks for children & youth always included.

Educational Booths and Vendors

Although we’ve had to limit our number of booths and vendors this year, Prescott Earth Day prides itself on only offering educational and interactive tabling opportunities for the organizations, businesses, and institutions present. Honoring the origin of Earth Day as a national teach-in, every place you stop has something new & exciting for families to engage with.

FREE treats & take-home prizes everywhere.

Workshops, Presentations, & More

Earth Day and Earth Week in Prescott are a big deal. Visit the Earth Week page for a schedule of events with details. For the latest updates & notifications regarding events, follow us on Facebook and Instagram.

Prescott Farmers Market – Saturdays @ Corner of Iron Springs and Miller Valley
Apr 24 @ 12:00 pm

When: Every Saturday through April 24, 2021, 10:00AM-1:00PM (NO MARKET 11/28 and 12/26)

Where:  YRMC Overflow Lot,900 Iron Springs Rd, Corner of Iron Springs and Miller Valley, Prescott, AZ

Description: Prescott Farmers Market is a year-round market and is now observing winter hours! There is still a variety of local food to enjoy even in the winter months. Customers can find hardy green, potatoes, squash, grass-fed beef, locally raised poultry, baked goods, coffee, and other prepared foods and goods. All markets run by PFM are producer-only farmers markets, meaning every item sold is either grown or produced by the seller here in Arizona. The majority of goods come from within a 30-mile radius of Prescott, though some vendors do travel from other parts of Yavapai County and Maricopa County.

Due to the continued risk associated with COVID-19, PFM has implemented safety measures to help protect the health of customers and vendors, including hand-washing stations and booths spaced to allow for physical distancing. PFM requires its staff and vendors to wear face coverings and requests that customers to do so as well. As always, no pets except service animals are allowed in the market.

At all market locations, customers can swipe their SNAP/EBT, debit or credit cards to receive tokens at the information booth. Double Up Food Bucks are unlimited for the time being. This means that households can double any amount of SNAP benefits when purchasing fresh vegetables and fruits at PFM markets. All vendors accept cash.
As a vital part of the economy, the mission of PFM is to support and expand local agriculture, cultivate a healthy community and increase access to affordable local food.
For more information, visit www.prescottfarmersmarket.org or call 928-713-1227.
11th Annual Afternoon Tea Event for Prescott Area Shelter Services
Apr 24 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Please join us for our 11th Annual Afternoon Tea Event on April 24th from 1-2:30 pm! This year our event will be VIRTUAL, and we hope to see you there!
Register for FREE today, and join us to get a tour of the shelter, hear from a guest, see who the winners of our awesome raffle prizes are, and more!
We have 23 AMAZING raffle categories that will be drawn at our 11th annual afternoon tea! They include hotel stays in Prescott and Jerome, tickets to many experiences throughout Arizona, jewelry, and more!
The value of our raffle categories range from $110 to $3,338!
Take a look at these great items and get your tickets TODAY for a chance to win!
Because the Virtual Tea is free this year, selling raffle tickets is how we are raising money for PASS!
Prescott Area Shelter Services
www.prescottshelters.org 336 N Rush St. Prescott, AZ 86301 928.778.5933
Camp Verde Earth Day 2021 @ Veterans Memorial Park
Apr 24 @ 9:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Drive-thru 9am-Noon gift bag distribution (beneath Cliff Castle Casino)

Virtual Noon-3pm on Zoom attend at campverde.az.gov or yavapai-apache.org

Apr
26
Mon
Prescott Center For The Arts Young Playwrights Festival
Apr 26 @ 8:42 pm

The annual Young Playwright’s Festival is back for its 11th year! If you are a creative writer in grade 4 to 12, you are eligible to submit your original 10 minute script to the competition for cash prizes as well as the chance to have your play produced by PCA. Submissions open February 1.

Submissions for the Young Playwrights Festival this year open February 1, 2021 and close April 30, 2021.

Scripts will be read and scored by a panel of readers from Prescott Center for the Arts. The winning playwrights will be awarded their prizes at the 1st Festival Performance.

1st Place Award–$250

2nd Place Award–$150

3rd Place Award–$100

The winning plays, plus plays receiving Honorable Mentions, will be produced at the Young Playwrights Festival at PCA once shows are back in full swing.

The playwrights for these selected plays will be invited to participate in PCA’s Young Playwrights Workshop, working with published playwrights and PCA directors and technical staff to bring their written scripts to life on the PCA stage.  The workshop will take place this summer, with performances of the selected plays.

All submitting playwrights will be invited to participate in selected Master Classes during the Young Playwrights Workshop.

Auditions for plays being produced, as part of the Young Playwrights Festival will be announced in late May or Early June.  Playwrights are invited to audition for the selected plays, and auditions are open to all interested actors.  Those who wish to audition need to be aware that rehearsals for the performances will take place during the dates of the Young Playwrights Workshop. There may be possible Master Classes included in the workshop that will be open to actors in the Festival Shows.

(***If you are submitting a play, please mark your calendar with the dates of the Young Playwrights Workshop and Festival.  We want our submitting playwrights to be able to participate in this amazing experience.***)

SUBMISSIONS MUST BE FROM STUDENTS THAT ARE AZ RESIDENTS AND WINNERS MUST BE WILLING TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PLAYWRIGHT WORKSHOP AND PERFORMANCES LATER THIS YEAR