December in Prescott is a special time, as we fully embrace our designation as Arizona’s Christmas City. Traditional annual events nearly every weekend of the month are connected by the magical lights on the Courthouse Plaza, on display every night. Whether you enjoy the reverie of festive traditional events, or just a quiet stroll through
Today, Saturday, October 14th, is the 45th Whiskey Row Marathon in downtown Prescott. There is also a Harvest Festival going on. The map shows the road closures in the area.
Join Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary for ZooFest on Saturday & Sunday October 28th & 29th. Activities include Zoo Maze, Boo Zone, Photo Spots, Bounce House, and Animal Enrichment from 10am-4pm. Event activities included with paid general admission. Then come back for “BOO at the ZOO” on Tuesday, October 31st, from 5:00pm to 8:30pm. Come in
The Prescott Chamber of Commerce is thrilled to announce FallFest In the Park, a two-day extravaganza celebrating the spirit of Prescott and showcasing the talents of our local artisans, delicious food vendors, and equestrian enthusiasts. Mark your calendars for October 7th and 8th and join us for a weekend of fun, entertainment, and community engagement.
Three thousand American flags will fly for the 11th year on Sept. 8-15, 2023, during Patriot Week at the Prescott Valley Civic Center. In 2012, Yavapai County Dist. 5 Supervisor Mary Mallory, then a Prescott Valley councilmember, spearheaded an effort to bring a Healing Field to the community to honor the lives lost in the
The Prescott Jazz Summit is celebrating our 22nd year in 2023. We present musicians from around the United States, Arizona and our own tri-city area. Many of these musicians have performed with the biggest stars in the entertainment business, such as Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, The Blues Brothers, The David Letterman Show, June Christy, Anita