Calendar of Events
Saturday, July 28, 2018 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Great variety of arts and crafts from the
Quad City area.
Prescott Valley United Methodist Church
8944 E. Sommer Dr., Prescott Valley.
Nearest cross streets: Navajo Dr./Sommer Dr.
Contact: Jeannie 772-6760
Bring your pooch to United Animal Friends’ 10th annual Woof Down Lunch, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, August 4th, at Yavapai County Courthouse Plaza in downtown Prescott.
The annual event features demonstrations by dog obedience and agility trainers, exhibitions by local K9 Police Units, children’s activities, dog contests, vendors, and music by The Gurley Girls and Prescott Ukulele Guild, raffles, and adoptable dog introductions.
A $20 ticket includes a picnic lunch, choice of a handcrafted pet bowl or ten raffle tickets, a dog cookie from Whiskers Barkery, and pet food samples for your furry friend. Tickets are available at UnitedAnimalFriends.org; at Whiskers Barkery, 225 W. Gurley St. in Prescott; or at the event.
For more information, call United Animal Friends at 778-2924 or visit www.unitedanimalfriends.org. All proceeds will help animals in need.
R.E.D. Plumbing is celebrating their 15 year anniversary by hosting a cornhole tournament to benefit Prescott Area Habitat for Humanity. Fun, burgers, dogs, sides, drinks, trophies, bragging rights, shirt, music, dancing and a raffle. Saturday, August 25 from 3 to 8 p.m. at Mortimer Farms, 12907 E. St. Rt. 169 in Dewey, Az. The $250 per team is a write off. Contact Keith, Scott or Libbey at 928 772 9296
The Humane Society of Sedona will be holding their annual Pet Lover’s Gala, themed “Monte Carlo Night”, at Enchantment Resort on Saturday, September 29th. It is a fun-filled evening of Sedona style elegance with delicious food, gambling, dancing, wine pull, music, silent auction, raffles (art and 50/50) plus so much more. Tickets are $95. For more information call (928) 282-4679
Only the first 150 cars registered by Sept 30th will be allowed on the field. Check in time 8:30-10AM. Red carpet award ceremony at 3pm
Gates open 11-4, fun for the whole family! Entertainment throught out the day, music food, vendors and demos.
All proceeds go to the local Special Olympic Athletes
Are you up for a great event at the Heritage Park Zoo on October 7th! For adults only. It is the largest fund raising event for the zoo. Not many know that the zoo survives solely on private donations from the public and grants. They receive no state or city funding. They run over 250 animals through their doors, that are injured or need rehoming. If they can go back to the wild, that is where they go when healthy enough to be released.
This event on Oct 7th is a great way to enjoy an afternoon from 2 – 6pm. Live music (3 bands this year!), tastes (all you want) from many restaurants, wineries and breweries, included with your tickets. Gambling tables and animal encounters too. Also, a silent auction with some fantastic packages including Art (from some of our MAG members!), Disneyland and other travel packages. Over 21 only (because alcohol).
Tickets are $75. You can purchase now and leave in “will call” to pick up the day of the event. All money goes to help the animals.