Community Calendar by Lindsay Draper
JAN 12 2015 (Begins)
Early Child Care Professional Training
Yavapai College – Prescott Valley Campus
The classes will meet Mondays and Wednesdays from 6pm-9pm and one Saturday from 9am – 3:30pm starting January 12,14,21,26,28 Feb. 2,4,9,11,16,18,23,25,28 March 2,4,16,18 & 23 (all dates)
Seating is limited to 20 participants , pre registration is strongly recommended. Register online using CRN 11348 )Spring 2015) questions call 1-866-219-1021
Now – April 26
‘RIVER FEST’ 2015 CHALLENGES the VERDE RIVER VALLEY and our neighbors to build APRIL events and activities CELEBRATING our VERDE RIVER.
Registrtion Opens Feb 1st for:
VERDE RIVER RUN-OFF (VRRO) March 28th 10 mile canoe and kayak race from White Bridge, to Beasley Flats. vrvno.org/ Special Use Permit – Prescott NFD (National Forest District)
VERDE VALLEY BIRDING and NATURE FESTIVAL April 23rd – 26th . Host site Cottonwood AZ! birdyverde.org
928-300.3880 or VRVNO.Info@gmail.com
VRVNO is a non-profit, volunteer supported organization ‘providing recreational, education, and nature tourism opportunities that support stewardship of the Verde River Valley’
Feb 14, 2015
the Skull Valley Historical Society will hold a Valentine’s Tea for the Ladies at the Skull Valley Community Center located at 3150 Old Skull Valley Road, Skull Valley, Arizona from 1 PM to 3 PM.
Tea and snacks/finger foods will be served. Members of the High Mountain Chordsmen of Prescott, Arizona, ‘Antique Parts’, a barbershop quartet will entertain and amuse.
Local writer and historian, Nancy Burgess of Prescott will be the speaker.
Door prizes will be awarded and there will also be a silent auction.
A $5.00 donation is asked. All are welcome. An RSVP would be appreciated, but not required.
FEB 28 2015
21st Annual International Film Festival & Workshop – hot new domestic & international films screened prior to release, documentary & animation features, features, shorts, film making workshop, filmmakers introduce their films & host Q&A sessions, $10-250, 928-282-1177 orhttp://www.sedonafilmfestival.com
21st ANNUAL SEDONA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: 9 DAYS, 160 FILMS, GREAT GUESTS AND A TRIBUTE TO ORSON WELLES, FEB. 21-MARCH 1
John Waters, Ed Asner, Chris Lemmon, Tab Hunter Among Those Already Committed
SEDONA, Ariz. (Dec. 23, 2014): The 21st annual Sedona International Film Festival will feature 160 documentaries, features, shorts, Academy Award nominees and specialty films over nine days with a special tribute celebrating the 100th birthday of director and actor Orson Welles, Feb. 21-March 1.
Packages, other than for full-time students, are available online at www.sedonafilmfestival.org or through the Festival Box office at (928) 282-1177. Student packages must be purchased through the Box Office and student ID’s are required.
FEB 22 2015 -FEB 28 2015
Prescott – Phippen Museum
Art & Heritage of the Cowboy Artists – Phippen Museum, this commemorative exhibition will explore the beginning and history of the Cowboy Artists of America, including the story of Bird’s Oak Creek Tavern (where the Cowboy Artists were created), it will also offer a special section of items featuring paintings and artwork by the organization’s four, founding fathers, $5-7, 928-778-1385 orhttp://www.phippenartmuseum.org
Bowl for Kids’ Sake is Big Brothers Big Sisters largest national fundraiser, raising over $20 million annually for children in need across the country. Because of Bowl for Kids’ Sake, more Bigs and Littles can be paired up, more friendships can be created and improved outlooks on life can be started.
Get Involved today!
- Be a Team Captain: find four friends for your team
- Pledge a Bowler
- Be a Virtual Bowler, and raise money without having to bowl
– Be a Lane Captain, help with Registration, or help in the office
For more information, call Quad City Office (928) 778-5135; Verde Valley office (928) 634-9789.