Today: Aug 17 , 2019

Mix. Mingle. Meetup! Thursday Night at Watters Garden Center

Watters Garden Center partners with the Prescott Chamber of Commerce

Watters Garden Center believes local businesses can change the world! On July 20, community business owners or those interested in finding more about the Prescott Chamber of Commerce and local business initiatives are invited to their next mixer from 5-6:30 pm.

The event will be held at the garden center at 1815 Iron Springs Road in Prescott.

Connecting business owners inspires ideas and innovation, partnerships and plans, which bolster Prescott's blossoming local economy. Locally owned businesses build strong communities by connecting neighbors economically and socially, inspiring loyalty and trust to their customers, and contributing to local causes.

Prescott's own Granite Mountain Brewing will showcase big, bold brews in a tasting of their flagship and specialty beers. The event will include a tasting of original, unique meads and hard ciders by Superstition Meadery, featuring Arizona honey and international ingredients. Natural Healing Garden is planning a fabulous menu of health centered food choices that focuses on utilizing local produce and delicious organic food.

Watters Garden Center is a locally owned and operated garden center that specializes in providing avid gardeners and novices alike with the expertise and products to get things growing in the mountains of Arizona. Prescott Woman Magazine will be the co-sponsor of this event, a full-color, glossy, professional publication including features about local women succeeding personally and professionally.

The Prescott Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization which is a membership based of businesses ranging from sole proprietors to nationally recognized corporations. Founded in 1938, the Chamber focuses on fostering a favorable climate and promoting orderly and progressive development of the Prescott area.

Ken Lain, the Mountain Gardener

Ken Lain is attracted to sunshine, beauty, happiness, success and health through gardening, and wishes to point the way to others. Throughout the week Ken can be found at Watters Garden Center located at 1815 W. Iron Springs Rd, Prescott, or contacted through his web site at