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SEPT 1- SEPT 30 2014

Baby Items and Diapers Drive

Parents as Teachers, a program of Arizona’s Children Association, is hosting a baby items and diaper drive throughout September. All new or gently used baby items donated will stock our young families’ kids’ closet. Our teen parents and their children will benefit from earning “Baby Bucks” to purchase needed items in our kids’ closet while encouraging, teaching and supporting responsibility in these young families. Baby items such as clothing (sizes 0-3T), diapers, diaper wipes, receiving blankets and toys can be dropped off at Arizona’s Children Association office at 440 North Washington Street in Prescott or call for pick up at 928-961-0506. Visitwww.arizonaschildren.org to learn more about the Parents as Teachers program.

SEP 25 2014 – SEP 28 2014

40th Annual Yavapai County Fair

Prescott Valley – Tim’s Toyota Center

40th Annual Yavapai County Fair – Tim’s Toyota Center, exhibits, carnival, pig racing, entertainment, food, $3-6, http://www.yavapaifair.com/  

For more Event Details including event exhibits, and entry forms:
visit www.yavapaifair.com

GENERAL INFORMATION

FAIR / CARNIVAL RIDE TIMES:
Thursday:   Exhibits open from Noon to 9:00 p.m.,  Carnival open 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Friday: Exhibits open from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.,     Carnival open Noon to 10:00 p.m.
Saturday: Exhibits open from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.,  Carnival open 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Sunday: Exhibits open from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.,  Carnival open Noon to 7:00 p.m.

FAIR ADMISSION:
Young Children (under age 6): FREE
Children (ages 6-19): Thurs/Friday FREE! Sat/Sun $3
Adults (ages 20-59): $6
Seniors (ages 60 + ): $3 Thurs/Fri        Sat/Sun $6

All active military personnel are free (ID required)

Carnival Ride tickets sold separately at the carnival ticket booths.

SEP 27 2014

8th Annual Historic Prescott All Corvette Car Show

Prescott – Prescott Courthouse Plaza

8th Annual Historic Prescott All Corvette Car Show – Prescott Courthouse Plaza, Best of Show Stock & Custom plus 3 each trophies for Stock & Custom for the 6 generations of the Chevrolet Corvette together with an additional set of trophies for the Wide Body 6th generation cars will be awarded, proceeds will go to the Fireman’s Charities, hosted by the Prescott Vette Sette limited to 250 cars, vendors, raffles and music, 10 am – 2 pm,  http://www.prescottvettesette.org

SEP 27 2014 – SEP 28 2014

Sedona WineFest 2014

Sedona – Sedona Airport

Sedona WineFest 2014 – Sedona Airport, his two-day wine festival celebrates the wine growing industry of Arizona and will feature great wines from the Verde Valley, Prescott & the Southern Arizona Regions, enjoy Sedona cuisine, live music, vendors, an exclusive Premium wine area, enjoy the breathtaking panoramic views of the majestic red rocks, 11 am – 5 pm, 928-284-8657 or http://www.sedonawinefest.com

SEP 27 2014

Annual Gilmore Adventure Race

Prescott – Watson Lake Park

Annual Gilmore Adventure Race – Watson Lake Park, with 2 course lengths, a 12-15 mile beginner friendly short course and a long course covering 24-30 miles that will challenge teams of any ability, open to adult teams of 2 & 3/4 persons in divisions of co-ed, male, female and masters and a venturing aged teens (14-20), most teams take 4-7 hours to complete, includes orienteering, trekking, mountain biking, a mystery events, $37-75, http://www.gilmoreadventurerace.com/

SEP 27 2014

10th Annual Groom Creek Classic Run

Prescott – Groom Creek Fire St. 41

10th Annual Groom Creek Classic Run – Groom Creek Fire St. 41, 5K & 2-mile courses on smooth pavement, rolling hills, 10K and 1/2 marathon begin and end on pavement, through the forest on smooth, wide dirt road, from 6,175 feet elevation to 6,350 at the 5K turnaround, tops out at 6,450 feet at the 10K turnaround, goody bags, finisher medal for all ½ marathon runners, raffle prizes, food, aid stations, medals for top 3 finishers in each age group, http://www.gcffa.org/groom-creek-classic/

SEP 27 2014

82nd Annual Calf Sale & BBQ

Peeples Valley

82nd Annual Calf Sale & BBQ – by Yavapai Cattle Grower’s Association, includes Maughan Ranches Quarter horse sale, 4-H and FFA calf judging workshop, western art, crafts & jewelry, industry info booths, mutton busting, gold paining, mutton busting, horseshoeing demo, roping demos, kids arts & crafts, free admission, $10/BBQ, 8 am, 928-634-2366 or http://www.ycgacalfsale.org/

SEP 28 2014

26th Annual Verde River Day

Cottonwood – Dead Horse Ranch State Park

Develop awareness of the importance of the Verde River, 40+ environmental exhibits, hands-on activities, live entertainment, sand castle building, animals, canoe rides, nature hikes, fish the lagoon, nature walks, $6 per vehicle/4 adults, 9 am – 3 pm, 928-634-7593 orhttp://www.cottonwoodchamberaz.org/  

SEP 28 2014

6th Annual Wander the Wild

Prescott – Talking Rock Ranch

The 6th annual Wander The Wild, the Highlands Center for Natural History’s biggest yearly fundraiser, includes an outdoor and adventure-themed auction, live music, dinner, $90, 928-776-9550 or http://www.highlandscenter.org/

OCT 3 2014 -OCT 5 2014

7th Annual Prescott Artists’ Studio Tour

Prescott

7th Annual Prescott Artists’ Studio Tour – juried and self-guided, visit the more than 30 artist’s studios to see them at work, additional demonstrations will be at Mountain Artists Gallery, 10 am – 4 pm, 928-445-2510 or   http://www.mountainartistsguild.org/StudioTour.htm or http://www.prescottstudiotour.com

OCT 3 2014 -OCT 31 2014

Mortimer Family Farms Pumpkin Festival & Corn Maze

Dewey-Humboldt

Mortimer Family Farms Pumpkin Festival & Corn Maze – explore a 25 acre pumpkin patch, 15 acre corn maze, fireworks, fall décor, apple cider, farm hay rides, haunted house, ferris wheel, zip line, bubble run, corn bath, laser tag, climbing wall, barrel train, antique tractor show & pull, food & craft vendors and live entertainment, 928-830-1116 or http://www.MortimerFamilyFarms.com 

OCT 4 2014 -OCT 5 2014

36th Annual Folk Music Festival

Prescott – Sharlot Hall Museum

36th Annual Folk Music Festival – Sharlot Hall Museum, Arizona’s oldest such gathering, featuring an amazing array of top folk-music talent performing on multiple stages, complemented by impromptu jam sessions throughout the shade-covered museum grounds, showcases best of Arizona acoustic music with more than 150 performers, fiddlers, banjo players, guitarists, singers and songwriters, $8, 10 am – 5 pm, 928-445-3122 or http://www.sharlot.org

OCT 4 2014

31st Annual Man Against Horse Race

Prescott – Mingus Mountain

31st Annual Man Against Horse Race – Mingus Mountain, runners run concurrently with horses, 25 & 50 mile courses are moderately difficult; 12 mile is a rolling course, mostly on mountainous trails and back roads through tall pines of Mingus Mtn, elevation begins at 5000 feet with 50 mile course climbing to an elevation of 7600 ft., 6:30 am 50 mile; 7:30 am 25 mile; 7:45 am 12 mile, $25-95,  928-636-2028 or http://www.arizonaroadracers.com or http://managainsthorse.net/

OCT 4 2014 – OCT 26 2014

7th Annual Pumpkin Festival

Chino Valley – Freeman Farms

7th Annual Pumpkin Festival – Freeman Farms, a real Pumpkin Patch, hay rides, a mini-corn maze, entertainment, farmer’s market, horse, animal and wildlife and educational presentations, music, weekends, 9 am – 5 pm, 928-636-5714 or http://www.azpumpkins.com 

FORT VERDE DAYS 2014

 OCTOBER 10, 11, 12

Parade, Little Guy & Gal Contest, Vendors, Live Music, Re-enactors, Carnival, Colonel’s Daughter along with many other activities for all ages. Three days full of excitement at Camp Verde’s longest running event.

Check out the “Things to do” tab for more information and updates.  Go to the “Forms” tab to be a vendor or parade entrant.  As always we recommend early booking at the motels/hotels, they fill up quickly. http://www.campverdepromotions.org/