Calendar of Events

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

May
12
Wed
Climate Change – Where Do We Go from Here?
May 12 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Climate Change - Where Do We Go from Here?
Wednesday, May 12th, 6:00 pm, Virtual Zoom Presentation from Prescott, AZ, Climate Change – Where Do We Go from Here?
 
Northern AZ Climate Change Alliance is sponsoring  Climate Change – Where Do We Go from Here?  with NAU Professor Brian Petersen. We will spotlight why climate change is so polarizing despite overwhelming evidence that climate change is happening. Our society remains divided on its causes and solutions. Open discussion and Q&A will be encouraged to explore potential ways for empowering society to address the greatest challenge of our time. 
 
Once registered you will receive a zoom link the day before and day of the zoom event.
 
Brian Petersen is an associate professor in Geography, Planning and Recreation at Northern Arizona University. He received his PhD in Environmental Studies at the University of California Santa Cruz. Brian’s research focuses broadly on the social dimensions of climate change. He recently co-authored a book with Diana Stuart and Ryan Gunderson called Climate Change Solutions: Overcoming the Capital-Climate Contradiction.
 
If you would like more information about this topic or the NAZCCA organization, please contact Kari Hull at her email address.
[email protected]  or call 928-899-4388.
Mountain Artists Guild Kid’s Art Camp Adventures in Art 2021
May 12 @ 8:47 pm

Your child can spend a week with us exploring 2D and 3D art!  We will work on improving drawing skills while exploring a variety of materials such as colored pencils, pastels, watercolor, acrylic paints, and sculpting with an assortment of 3D media. We will be inspired daily by studying master artists! ​

Session 1: June 7 – 11, 2021

Session 2: June 14 – 18, 2021

  • Week long course – $165.00
  • Full Days – 9:30 am – 3:30 pm
  • Includes materials
  • Ages 6-12
  • Please bring a sack lunch, sunscreen, mouth/nose face mask and a water bottle!​

*You may apply for a scholarship when registering. We have six $100.00 scholarships available per session (limited to one session per child).

TO APPLY, GO TO:
https://www.mountainartistsguild.org/summerartcamp 

Flagstaff Festival of Science 2021-Host and Event
May 12 @ 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).
May
13
Thu
Citizens Water Advocacy Group (CWAG) Zoom Webinar
May 13 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Albuquerque’s Water Security Plan: Lessons for the Quad Cities?
 

Albuquerque believed it had a vast aquifer to supply it with water in perpetuity until a U.S. Geological Survey revealed the aquifer was not only much smaller than thought, but shrinking fast. Albuquerque had gone from perceived water security to a real water crisis, virtually overnight. Rick Shean, Water Rights Manager for the Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Authority, will detail the steps taken to secure prompt action from local officials and buy-in from the public to tackle the emergency, discuss the plans put in place to ensure success, and provide insights for other communities in the southwest in a free Zoom Webinar presented by the Citizens Water Advocacy Group (CWAG) on May 13, from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. The Zoom link is posted in the “Next Meeting” section at  www.cwagaz.org .

Shean has 20 years of experience in the water sector in the Southwest, with a background in ground water quality, watershed and erosion studies, and water resource planning and policy. He is responsible for all aspects of the Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority’s source-water storage and diversions, and is also involved in long-term planning to ensure the resiliency of the community’s water resources portfolio.

For more information, visit www.cwagaz.org or email [email protected] .
May
15
Sat
Digital Asset Estate Planning – Prescott Computer Society
May 15 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Online via Zoom – May 15, 2021 – 1pm Arizona Time – about 1 hour in length

Prescott Computer Society will present an online – Zoom – program designed to help prevent your identity and your assets from being stolen after you die. Go to PCS4me.com and click on “Register in advance for this meeting” to receive login instructions.

There is no charge for this program.

JB Burke – [email protected]

Race Pace Club Arizona Pre-Swim Team Clinics @ Camp Verde Parks & Recreation Heritage Pool
May 15 @ 11:45 pm

Camp Verde Parks & Recreation Heritage Pool will be hosting Race Pace Club Arizona Pre-Swim Team Clinics three Saturdays in May.  Are you interested in potentially joining a swim team, but aren’t sure that you’re ready?  This is an opportunity to find out.  Clinics for new swimmers and intermediate to advanced swimmers will be held separately.  The cost is $35 for all three clinics, which will be held May 8, 15, and 22.  For more information, call 928-567-0288.

May
17
Mon
2021 Virtual Historic Clarkdale Building and Home Tour
May 17 @ 10:00 pm

The Clarkdale Historical Society and Museum (CHSM) is delighted to announce the all-new 2021 Virtual Historic Building and Home Tour. The tour will feature four classic homes, each built in a distinctly different architectural style.

Each current owner will host a walk-through of the building, comment on its history, point out original features and, in some cases, share old family photos. CHSM will augment the commentary with historic images from the Museum’s collection.

The 2021 Virtual Historic Building and Home Tour is expected to be polished and ready for visitors by early summer 2021.  Cost for participation is expected to be a modest $20 and donations will be used to help upgrade exhibits for the Museum’s planned reopening. As the name suggests, this tour is virtual. Participants can view the tour at their leisure; there are no date or time constraints.

This event would not be possible without a generous donation from a CHSM member. To offset other expenses, sponsorships are being solicited. Sponsorship range from $50 to $250. Please contact CHSM if you are interested in a sponsorship ([email protected]).

Please visit the CHSM website (www.clarkdalemuseum.org) often for availability and purchase details. Regular updates will be posted in the CHSM newsletter, which is distributed free of charge.

CHSM is an all-volunteer organization that welcomes new members.  To join, please visit www.clarkdalemuseum.org.

May
19
Wed
Mountain Artists Guild Kid’s Art Camp Adventures in Art 2021
May 19 @ 8:47 pm

Your child can spend a week with us exploring 2D and 3D art!  We will work on improving drawing skills while exploring a variety of materials such as colored pencils, pastels, watercolor, acrylic paints, and sculpting with an assortment of 3D media. We will be inspired daily by studying master artists! ​

Session 1: June 7 – 11, 2021

Session 2: June 14 – 18, 2021

  • Week long course – $165.00
  • Full Days – 9:30 am – 3:30 pm
  • Includes materials
  • Ages 6-12
  • Please bring a sack lunch, sunscreen, mouth/nose face mask and a water bottle!​

*You may apply for a scholarship when registering. We have six $100.00 scholarships available per session (limited to one session per child).

TO APPLY, GO TO:
https://www.mountainartistsguild.org/summerartcamp 

Flagstaff Festival of Science 2021-Host and Event
May 19 @ 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).
Northern Arizona College Resource Center-Family Workshops
May 19 @ 10:57 pm
Northern Arizona College Resource Center-Family Workshops

SUMMER WORKSHOPS: FAFSA, FINANCIAL AID & COLLEGE APPLICATIONS