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Meet Father Christmas at Sharlot Hall Museum’s “Frontier Christmas,” Dec. 3

Photo: Living History interpreter Troy Groves shows greeting cards that were printed on the Museum’s 1865 press for Frontier Christmas Frontier Christmas will bring a warm holiday glow to the Sharlot Hall Museum this Saturday evening, December 3, with hot cider, cookies, Victorian-inspired crafts, and more. Families are invited to welcome the season in true

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Sharlot Hall Museum Prepares to Ring In The Season With Holiday Events

Christmastime brought abundant celebration to the young town of Prescott during Victorian times, along with classic holiday traditions that live on today in Sharlot Hall Museum’s family Christmas events. Frontier Christmas will take place Saturday, December 3, immediately after the Courthouse Lighting Ceremony, from 6:00-8:30 p.m. The event welcomes the “Spirit of Christmas Past” across


Prescott Valley’s Winter Spectacular is just a week away!

Join us on Saturday, December 3rd for the Prescott Valley Winter Spectacular. This FREE community event will feature activities and performances for people of all ages! Here is what you can expect to see: 🎄 A 40-foot Christmas tree lighting ✨ The night light parade featuring local groups and organizations 🧊 Live Ice Sculpture Carving


Highlands Center Holiday Bazaar this Weekend

Visit the Highlands Center prepared to peruse and purchase nature themed arts and crafts created by local artists and artisans. We expect to have over 20 vendors sharing their wares at this year’s event so stop by and pick up some unique, locally made gifts for your loved ones, or find that special item just


Spooky Superstitions at Living History Adventure, October 8 – Sharlot Hall Museum

Photo: A Living History interpreter, dressed in black mourning clothes, engages with a visitor in the Ranch House This Saturday, October 8, the Sharlot Hall Museum’s 2022 Living History Adventure season will conclude with “Victorian Superstitions,” a family-friendly program exploring spooky and spectral elements of frontier life in Prescott. Superstitions stalked the land in Victorian

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“Get in the Garden” with Living History at Sharlot Hall Museum, April 9

This Saturday at the Sharlot Hall Museum, help kick off the Museum’s 2022 Living History Adventure program series! Living History interpreters portray frontier life in Prescott throughout the Museum’s historic buildings and grounds. This month, they’re welcoming spring by getting their hands dirty in the garden! Springtime meant preparing the garden and cooking new dishes

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