The City of Prescott’s 39th Annual Christmas Parade is today (December 4th, 2021) from 1 – 3 pm at Courthouse Square. The theme is: “A Who-Ville Christmas”. The route goes around the Courthouse. The Courthouse Lighting events starts at 5:30 pm with music. The actual ceremony starts at 6 pm and runs for 30 minutes. This
Roger Naylor Discusses: Arizona’s Best Winter Hikes – Wednesday, December 1 at 3 pm Get ready to hit the trail with Roger Naylor when he discusses “Arizona’s Best Winter Hikes.” Travel writer, author, and avid hiker, Naylor will share some his favorite cool weather getaways from all over the state. The presentation will include a
The Sharlot Hall Museum sets the stage for Prescott’s holiday happenings this year with two family events, including the all-new “A Frontier Christmas Carol.” Frontier Christmas, the traditional evening event, will take place December 4. “A Frontier Christmas Carol,” a new theater presentation, tells a familiar holiday tale with old-time radio flair on December 9.
Governor Doug Ducey and the Arizona Office of Tourism announced 43 businesses and organizations across the state will receive a total of more than $9.4 million in Visit Arizona Initiative Partnership grant funding, which supports the relaunch or expansion of a wide variety of festivals, arts and culture and community events statewide. From the Flagstaff
Each October the color pink is front and center to raise awareness for the second leading cause of cancer deaths among women, breast cancer. Beginning in 1985, Breast Cancer Awareness Month became a time to educate women about breast cancer and early detection test and over the years a number of campaigns have been designed
One of the best parts of 2021 has been the return of so many of our great Special Events here in Prescott. As we’ve begun to return to a sense of normalcy, and venturing out to enjoy local restaurants and shops, we’ve also starting seeing many more friendly faces at events in the community. Children