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APRIL 23 – April 26


VERDE VALLEY BIRDING and NATURE FESTIVAL April 23rd – 26th . Host site Cottonwood AZ! birdyverde.org

928-300.3880 or VRVNO.Info@gmail.com

VRVNO is a non-profit, volunteer supported organization ‘providing recreational, education, and nature tourism opportunities that support stewardship of the Verde River Valley’


APR 1 2015 – APR 30 2015

Annual Arcosanti Art Show

Mayer – Arcosanti

Annual Arcosanti Art Show – sculptors, painters, photographers, ceramicists, jewelry-makers, digital artists, fiber artists and more will display their creations in the cafe, gallery and elsewhere onsite, visitors can view the exhibited work throughout the day, and make purchases in the gallery from 9 am – 5 pmhttp://arcosanti.org/node/13814

The Skull Valley Historical Society will be hosting all of the Historical Societies in Yavapai County on April 18th, 2015 from 10 AM to 3 PM.  Every two years these societies get together to present their organizations and their historical significance pertaining to Yavapai County to the public.  There will be music, hot dogs, pulled pork sandwiches along with soda’s and chips.  Come learn about Yavapai County and its history. The event will be at the Community Center in Skull Valley, Arizona, 3150 Old Skull Valley Road which is located on the campus of the Skull Valley Elementary School.

Contact Ida Downing: (928) 442-2314 – iad@wildblue.net or Lou Ghering:(928) 442-3469 – lounbill02@aol.com  for more information



The Wheelmobile Comes to Cliff Castle Casino Hotel


Your entertainment destination, Cliff Castle Casino Hotel, will be the site of an open call contestant search for the tremendously popular game show Wheel of Fortune. The show, hosted by Pat Sajak and Vanna White, has seen thousands of contestants spin the wheel and buy vowels for over 30 years. The nationwide contestant searches provide a chance for people from all over the country to be on the show, televised locally on KTVK, Channel 3 in Phoenix. The big yellow “Wheelmobile” searches far and wide for the interesting, often colorful contestants you see on the show. On May 2 and 3, from 1p to 5p, that quest for contestants brings them to Cliff Castle Casino Hotel. The stage at Stargazer Pavilion will be abuzz with excitement as prospective contestants come up to test their mettle at solving puzzles. Although Pat and Vanna will not be present, Wheel of Fortune representatives will be on hand to make selections and ensure the proceedings run smoothly.

Contestants will fill out a brief application for the chance to be randomly selected to audition, in groups of five, and show off their puzzle-solving skills. All guests can enjoy the proceedings from seats within the Stargazer Pavilion. Don’t miss this chance to audition to be a contestant on America’s Favorite Game Show!

Stargazer Pavilion, May 2 and 3, 1p – 5p. Admission and tryouts are free.

visit www.cliffcastlecasinohotel.com


APR 9 2015 – APR 18 2015

Steel Magnolias

Prescott – Prescott Center for the Arts

Steel Magnolias – Prescott Center for the Arts, concerned with a group of gossipy southern ladies in a small-town beauty parlor, the play is alternately hilarious and touching – and, in the end, deeply revealing of the strength and purposefulness which underlies the antic banter of its characters, http://pfaa.net/





APR 17 2015 – APR 19 2015

Becoming an Outdoors Woman

Prescott – Camp Friendly Pines

Becoming an Outdoors Woman – Camp Friendly Pines, offers adventure and life skills, for women age 18 and older to learn to camp, fish, rappel, hike, cook with Dutch ovens, photograph wildlife & a range of outdoor recreation skills, “hawk talks” and nature hikes, $235 includes meals, lodging and classes, 480-644-0077 or http://www.azwildlife.org


APR 18 2015 – APR 19 2015

Chalk It Up! Prescott

Prescott – National Bank Plaza

Chalk It Up! Prescott – National Bank Plaza, “children” of all ages are invited to create pavement art, individual or group artists, live entertainment, free, 10 am – 4 pm, 928-308-9651 or  http://www.prescottchalkart.com/


APR 24 2015 -APR 26 2015

Whiskey Off Road Mountain Bike Race

Prescott – Historic Whiskey Row

Whiskey Off Road Mountain Bike Race – Historic Whiskey Row, endurance mountain bike including technical single track, smooth fire roads and quality climbing with great views, 15-, 25- & 50-miles, at the end is a community concert, 8 am, http://www.epicrides.com


APR 24 2015 – APR 26 2015

2nd Annual Wild Canyon Games


2nd Annual Wild Canyon Games – Lost Canyon, teams of 6 will push their limits during this intense competition, features competitive trail running, mountain biking, geocaching, kayaking, zip-lining, a high ropes course, an obstacle courses and more, http://www.wcglostcanyon.org/events orhttp://www.ExperienceWilliams.com

MAY 1 2015 – MAY 31 2015

Historic Prescott Downtown Walking Tours

Prescott – Visitor Center

Historic Prescott Downtown Walking Tours – Visitor Information Center, learn a bit of Prescott’s historic past and present, 10 am, donations appreciated, 928-445-2000 or http://www.prescot.org



APRIL 16 2015


Senior Connection: De-Cluttering & Downsizing your space with consultant Barbara Kult. 12pm on Thursday April 16th.

Fireside chat with Dr. Doyle, stop by for a question and answer session on various medical topics.


MAY 16 – MAY 17 2015

3rd Annual Go Outdoors! Event

the 3rd Annual Go Outdoors! Event, taking place Saturday May 16th and Sunday May 17th at the Frontier Village Center. The Go Outdoors! Event attracts thousands of attendees each year who are interested in learning more about outdoor equipment, programs and services. The event also plays host to the final leg of the Arizona Triple Crown – Yavapai Mile High Classic 3D Archery Championship Tournament.
The Go Outdoors! Event has quickly become the most exciting interactive evens in this area and I am confident that your organization will gain serious exposure by participating this year.    (928) 777-0532

www.Frontier-Village.com FOR MORE INFO