Highlands Center for Natural History

Highlands Center for Natural History

Wander the Wild – Live Auction, Wine and Appetizers Outdoors at the Windmill House – September 18, 2022

Wander the Wild is the Highlands Center for Natural History’s signature annual fundraising event. All profits from the auction directly fund youth educational programs which enrich 10,000 children annually and provide scholarships for children and elementary school classes to attend outdoor programs based on exploration and discovery at our site in the Prescott National Forest.

Arts & Culture

3rd Annual Prescott Plein Air Art Festival Celebrates Area’s Iconic Beauty

Photo: “Tonight Show” by Russell Johnson This annual celebration offers attendees a chance to observe and interact with artists painting in outdoor settings From October 13-16, 2022, fifteen professional artists will take their studios outdoors, painting at scenic locations around the Prescott area as part of the 3rd Annual Prescott Plein Air Art Festival. Presented by the Highlands

Arts & Culture

Three Musicians: A Cello, a Flute and a Clarinet – Arizona Philharmonic

In the past, Marguerite Salajko (cello), Mary Jackson (clarinet), and Jeannette Hirasawa Moore (flute) have played together in the full Arizona Philharmonic, but never teamed to form a chamber group. In fact, these three instruments are an unusual instrumental combination for chamber music. Mary Jackson, a founding member of AZ Phil, worked with Executive Director Henry Flurry to choose the overall musical program.  Mary

Arts & Culture

3rd Annual Prescott Plein Air Art Festival Celebrates Area’s Iconic Beauty

With workshops and other events preceding the festival, this annual celebration offers attendees a chance to observe and interact with artists painting in outdoor settings From October 13-16, 2022, fifteen professional artists will take their studios outdoors, painting at scenic locations around the Prescott area as part of the 3rd Annual Prescott Plein Air Art

Community Service

Local Volunteers Celebrated AmeriCorps Week By Doing Over 65 Hours of Community Service

During the week of March 14th, Arizona Serve, an AmeriCorps program of Prescott College, is celebrating AmeriCorps Week with members and partner organizations across the Quad-City area. AmeriCorps week is a time to celebrate and thank the millions of Americans who volunteered with AmeriCorps and AmeriCorps programs over the past year. During AmeriCorps Week, programs

Arts & Culture

2nd Annual Prescott Plein Air Art Festival Celebrates Area’s Natural Beauty

The Highlands Center for Natural History and the City of Prescott are proud to present the 2nd Annual Prescott Plein Air Art Festival, taking place October 21-24, 2021 at scenic locations throughout Prescott. This special event will feature 16 renowned Arizona artists who have been invited to create art in outdoor settings, with a focus on highlighting

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