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Folk Sessions 20th Anniversary Celebration at the Elks Crystal Hall, Saturday February 25th, 7 pm

Contests! Swag! Surprises! Gifts!  A GRAND Music Raffle! Nashville guitar ace Mark Stuart returns to Prescott on Saturday, February 25th, together with Eric Ramsey, Winner of the 2022 International Blues Challenge, and 3x Champion of the Phoenix Blues Showdown for the Folk Sessions 20th Anniversary Concert at the elegant Elks Crystal Hall. Special guests include Mary Alberts and Rick Shore. Tickets are $22 and are available at Come

Arts & Culture

Start Your Year with a Yellow Ribbon – Yavapai Center for the Performing Arts

YCPAC & U.S. Vets bring pop icon Tony Orlando to Prescott, Jan. 13 Start your 2023 off with a refreshing, carefree stroll through 70’s pop with one of its most charming ambassadors. Yavapai College Performing Arts Center, in cooperation with U.S. Vets/Prescott, present the iconic 70’s pop artist Tony Orlando, Friday night, January 13 at

Sharlot Hall Museum

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

Arts & Culture

The Folk Sessions Present RISO, with Matt and Rebekah Rolland, Friday, November 18th

Tucson-based acoustic duo, RISO, with Matt and Rebekah Rolland of the nationally acclaimed Run Boy Run, open the Folk Sessions 20th Season on Friday, November 18 at the elegant Elks Crystal Hall. To help celebrate, all seats are $20 and are available at Cash Bar. “They are a rising star in the Americana and mountain music world.” – Ear to the Ground From Tucson, RISO’s sweet vocals and dynamic


Celebration Of Thanks To Be Held Again – Quad City Interfaith Council

The Quad City Interfaith Council (QCIC) announced the organization’s premier community event, The Celebration of Thanks, will be held again on Nov. 17, 2022.  The event is the faith-based group’s attempt to bring people of all faiths, philosophies, ethnic or other groups together in a spirit of thanksgiving. The Celebration of Thanks had been an

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