The American Red Cross Grand Canyon Chapter is committed to helping you, your family, and your coworkers. Be Red Cross Ready highlights three important steps to preparing for a disaster. Visit the American Red Cross.
The Prescott Chamber of Commerce is designed to provide you with a significant amount of information about our beautiful, idyllic community. We call Prescott “Everybody’s Hometown” because most people find something here that reminds them of where they grew up. To many, it is the historic County Courthouse, tree-lined plaza and surrounding shops in the downtown area. To others, it is the overall small-town charm and hospitality. People are friendly here, and you’ll notice it no matter where you are in our community.
The Prescott Farmers Market is every Saturday at the main parking lot at Yavapai College. The market runs from 7:30 to noon.
Prescott Valley’s Farmers Market is on Fridays at Tims Toyota Center from 4 to 7pm.
Chino Valley’s Farmers Market is on Thursdays in front of Bonn-Fire from 3 to 6pm.
It is the mission of the Coconino Humane Association to operate a humane and caring shelter that will give aid to unwanted, abandoned, and mistreated animals in Flagstaff and across northern Arizona. It is our goal to investigate cruelty and take appropriate action, to disseminate information of humane treatment of animals, and wherever possible to foster humane education throughout the northern Arizona area. We pride ourselves on being a voice for dogs, cats, and other domesticated animals in Coconino County.
Early in 1972 a small group of interested citizens of Prescott, Arizona met to form a society for the prevention of cruelty to animals. They named their new organization the Yavapai County Humane Society and on March 27th of that year incorporated under the laws of the State of Arizona. Lou Silverstein was one of the original founding members of the Yavapai Humane Society and first signature on the papers of incorporation.
• The development, promotion, and maintenance of a humane society in the city of Prescott and surrounding area of Yavapai County for the prevention of the cruelty to animals.
• The operation and maintenance of an animal shelter including but not limited to, boarding and medical facilities, and an animal adoption center.
• The promotion of all animal welfare, including legislation.
The Flagstaff Community Market (FCM) is a regional producers market that operates for growers and producers of agricultural and related products. The primary purpose of the Market is to support small and medium sized independent growers and producers by providing citizens with a local alternative to corporate and globalized food production.
Free business mentoring is available every Friday from noon until 2 p.m., courtesy of the Coconino Small Business Development Center. Consulting is available on how to start a business, how to develop a business plan, how to obtain financial assistance, how to increase sales and many more topics. No appointment is necessary. Interested persons may come by any Friday between noon and 2 p.m. at the Market of Dreams, 2532 E. 7th Avenue, Flagstaff.
This year do something really smart about your tax bill: Keep your tax dollars local! Any amount will help Prescott Unified School District students. Your tax credit goes directly to the school you choose, not to the state or district. There has never been a better time for you to help Prescott’s schoolchildren. Your donation must be made before December 31st to apply to the current year, so please claim your tax credit today by going to their website at www.prescottschools.com and print your form today!
In an attempt to discourage panhandling by individuals who use the cash they receive from donors to feed substance abuse problems while at the same time remaining compassionate to those with legitimate needs, participating businesses have joined together the the Flagstaff Police Department and the Shadows Foundation to develop a system that allows donors to buy vouchers for non-alcoholic and non-tobacco related goods at participating businesses.
Now that the holidays have passed and you have received all of those neat gifts, don’t throw your old stuff away! Donate them to the Habitat for Humanity ReStore!
We are happy to say we provide free pick-up service to collect your gently used goods. In turn, we’re able to help out the Flagstaff community with things like couches, tables, housewares, hardware, appliances and much, much more!
Stop by or call us today at 928.779.1314.
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The Summer Reading Program at Prescott Valley Public Library begins Wednesday, June 1st. We will celebrate with library-wide events from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm for all ages. This year the Summer Reading Program runs from June 1st to July 31st.
PrimeTime Athletics Youth Football Combine is Saturday, June 4th.
Experience Pro-Style Combine Drills, Inflatable Obstacle Course, 40 Yard Dash, Pro Cone Drill, Vertical Jump, Broad Jump, and Pro Agility Drills.
Every participant receives POSITIVE PROFESSIONAL PERFORMANCE EVALUATIONS.
Flag Wool Fiber Festival – June 4th & 5th from 9am to 4pm at The Pioneer Museum – 2340 N FT Valley Road.
Experience Sheep Shearing – Wool Show – Artisan Vendors – Local Food & Brews – Fiber Arts Show – Workshops – Demonstrations – Kids Activities – Raffles – Live music – And More! For more details visit FlagWool.com .
The Sedona Verde Valley Firefighters Charities Annual Golf Tournament is coming on Saturday June 4th! This years golf tournament will be hosted by Oak Creek Country Club starting at 1pm. Only $100 per player or $400.00 for your foursome! Includes green fees with cart, lunch, range balls, on course events and more! ALL PROCEEDS benefit Verde Valley Firefighters Charities. Proudly hosted by The Oak Creek Country Club.
Come join us at our job fair where Magic’s AJ will be broadcasting live! Get hired for immediate, full-time positions on 1st and 2nd shifts. Start right away!
Southwest Colorado is home to a hiking smorgasbord, from deep canyons to lofty peaks with a few curiosities thrown in for good measure. We will review: Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, Cross Mountain, Great Sand Dunes National Park, and Lone Cone. Each offers unique challenges and great rewards. Additionally, we will present a key to identifying all of the conifers of Arizona to enrich your outdoor experience. Then you’ll know why there are no spruce on Spruce Mountain.
Join the Flagstaff Friends of Traditional Music for the 15th Annual Flagstaff Folk Festival happening June 18th & 19th at the Coconino Center for the Arts & Pioneer Historical Museum. Over 100 acts will perform on five stages, tickets available at FlagFolkFest.Org for just $5 dollars per person or $15 per family.
Williams Train Days is Northern Arizona’s very own tribute to The Train, the history of rail travel in the Southwest, and all machines that move! On Saturday June 18, the Grand Canyon Railway & Hotel’s property will have the look of a railway museum with authentic pieces of rail equipment from past and present on display – historic steam locomotives, workhorse diesel locomotives, track maintenance machines, and more! You can also see rail on the small scale as we will be hosting model railroad enthusiasts and their elaborate, life-like layouts from all over Arizona.
The excitement doesn’t stop with trains, though! We’ll also be hosting an antique & classic automobile exhibit, featuring those born to be wild masters of the pavement, and a vintage tractor and farm equipment exhibit that the kids will be sure to love! We won’t let you get away without learning something either – members of the Williams-Grand Canyon Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society and the Winslow Harvey Girls will be on hand to talk about the history of rail travel and hospitality in the American Southwest.