(Monday, May 20)
Free FAMILY CAREGIVER CLASSES with breakfast, are 9 to noon Monday and Tuesday, May 20 and 21, at the Margaret T. Morris Center in Prescott. RSVP to (877)521-3500.
(Wednesday, May 22)
A Birds of a Feather presentation of shop talk for author is 6 Wednesday (May 22) at the Prescott Library.
(Thursday, May 23)
A free, presentation Stroke: Signs, Symptoms, Risk Factors is at Noon Thursday (May 23) at the Prescott Valley Christian Church on Long Look Drive. RSVPs appreciated at 778-3747.
(Friday, May 24)
It’s a full moon at the zoo…bring a flash light for Zoo by Moonlight at Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary from 8 pm-9:30, Friday (May 24)! It’s a great time to see the Sanctuary’s nocturnal residents out and about. (June 23, July 22, August 20, September 19)
Yavapai County School Superintendent Tim Carter and JTED Program Direction Jeremy Plumb explain the benefit of this Technical Education Program at 3 Friday at the Las Fuentes Resort Village in Prescott.
(Saturday, May 25)
The Phippen Museum’s 39th Annual Western Art Show and Sale is Memorial Day weekend, May 25 through 27 from 9 to 5 Saturday and Sunday, and 9 to 3 Monday at the courthouse plaza.
At 2 at Peregrine Book Company, author Ronny de Jong will give a presentation about and sign copies of her book “Rising Sun“.
The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 40 of Chino Valley is serving BLUE PLATE SPECIAL dinners from 5 to 7 Saturday at The American Legion at the corner of Highway 89 and Road 3 South. $7. [2nd & 4th Saturday]
(Monday, May 27)
A Memorial Day Observance is 9 Monday morning, May 27, at Citizens Cemetery on Sheldon Street in Prescott.
A Chino Valley Arena CHARITY OBSTACLE COMPETITION to benefit Atlasta Home Horse Rescue and Horses with Heart opens at 7:30 Saturday morning, May 27, at Little Thumb Butte Bed and Breakfast on Morgan Ranch Road in Paulden.
(Thursday, May 30)
A free, presentation, Suicide IS Preventable starts at noon Thursday, May 30, at the American Lutheran Church on Scott Drive in Prescott. Feel free to bring a brown bag lunch. RSVPs appreciated at 778-3747.
(Saturday, June 1)
The 40th annual Folk Arts Fair is 10 to 5 Saturday and 10 to 4 Sunday, June 2, at the Sharlot Hall Museum. $7.
The third Annual Prescott Doll Show & Sale is 10 to 4 Saturday, June 1, at the Wyndham Garden Hotel on Highway 69 in Prescott.
YMCA Dance presents its Spring Recital, Disney Magic, and
Aurora’s Wedding from the Sleeping Beauty Ballet at 4 Saturday, June 1 (WHERE??) $10.
(Monday, June 3)
Auditions for the first musical in the 2013 –2014 Season, PROMISES, PROMISES are June 3 and 4, with callbacks on June 5 at 6:30pm, in the PCA Gallery. Questions: call Jon at 541-0209.
(Wednesday, June 5)
A First Wednesday Poetry Discussion with Dr. Janet Preston is at 1 Wednesday at the Prescott Library. Copies of the poems for discussion will be distributed at each meeting. [1st Wednesdays]
(Thursday, June 6)
Free, family based MOVIES UNDER THE STARS are every Thursday night in June on the lawn of the Civic Center amphitheater, showing classics and recent releases. [thru June]
(Saturday, June 8)
Have Breakfast with the Galapagos Tortoises at Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary on Saturday, June 8, 2013 from 9:00am to 10:30am. Learn all about these gentle giants, graciously on loan to the Sanctuary from Surprise Spring Foundation, while enjoying a continental breakfast. Watch the tortoises being fed, hear a talk by HPZS keepers, view artifacts, and make a tortoise craft. The cost is $15 for HPZS member adults and $20 for non-member adults, $5 for member children and $7 for non-member children. Reservations are required. Limited seats are available. For registration and more information, visit the HPZS gift shop for a brochure or call (928) 778-4242.
Kite Day Help us set a new record for the most kites flying in Prescott Valley at one time on June 8th between 10am – Noon on the Civic Center grounds. Enjoy the FREE inflatable jump houses and other great activities.
Cow Pie Bingo & Chili Cook Off at the Prescott Rodeo Grounds on Saturday, June 8th at Noon. This benefit for Prescott Meals on Wheels has it all,Free Admission-Music by the Rusty Pistols, Pie Eating Contest, Face Painting and some competitive Chili Cookin. If the cow gets your number, you get $500! Chili Cooks wanted and can win up to $250! Unlimited Chili Tasting for $5.00 or hot dog, chips and soda for the same amount. For Bingo Tickets or details Call 928-445-7630 or visit prescottmealsonwheels.com
ThrifTheatre’s PET PLAYS—about all kinds of pets, will be at 7:30 Friday and at 2 and 7:30 Saturday, June 7 & 8, at the First Congregational Church onEast Gurley Street in Prescott. Tickets: $14 at the door, atwww.TheatricsTheatre.org, or at 273-3884.
(Sunday, June 9)
St. Germaine Catholic Church, located at 7997 Dana Drive in Prescott Valley, is hosting a festival from 8 to 4 on Sunday, June 9th. Food including tacos, hamburgers and eggrolls will be served and music will be provided by Truinfo Musical. There will also be children’s games, a cake walk and bingo. For more information call 772-6350.
(Saturday, June 15)
During PV Days, Saturday, June 15, (10-4), the Lonesome Valley Quilt Guild will hold a Quilt Show inside Tim’s Toyota Center, plus have quilted items for sale.
Rid your house or barn of mice and other pests the environmentally safe and efficient way by adopting a BARN CAT from United Animal Friends. More information by calling 776-3018. Donations for the UAF FOOD BANK FOR PETS can be dropped off every Sunday from noon to three at the Petco in Frontier village, or food and blankets can be left in the collections boxes at any of the Olsen’s Grain stores in the tri-city area.
RESCUE PUPPIES AND KITTENS are ready for new homes, including pug, border collie, blue heeler, and golden retriever mixes. Call 899-3942 or unitedanimalfriends.org for more information.