Community Calendar

SEPT 20 2014

AMERICAN SEWING GUILD – LET’S GET ORGANIZED

Prescott – American Lutheran Church on Smoke Tree Ln.

A presentation by Carolyn Woods, will be held from 10am – NOON , sponsored by the Prescott Chapter of the American Sewing Guild is open to the public. The fee for this event is $10.00 and reservations are suggested and can be made by calling Pattie Lascelle at (928) 379-5881.

SEPT 1- SEPT 30 2014

Baby Items and Diapers Drive

Parents as Teachers, a program of Arizona’s Children Association, is hosting a baby items and diaper drive throughout September. All new or gently used baby items donated will stock our young families’ kids’ closet. Our teen parents and their children will benefit from earning “Baby Bucks” to purchase needed items in our kids’ closet while encouraging, teaching and supporting responsibility in these young families. Baby items such as clothing (sizes 0-3T), diapers, diaper wipes, receiving blankets and toys can be dropped off at Arizona’s Children Association office at 440 North Washington Street in Prescott or call for pick up at 928-961-0506. Visitwww.arizonaschildren.org to learn more about the Parents as Teachers program.

SEPT 21 2014

5TH ANNUAL KILT KLASSIC CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT

Dewey – Prescott Golf & Country Club

The Kilt Klassic Golf Tournament through the Scottish American Military Society (S.A.M.S.) Post #1297, has continued to benefit their local Veteran’s. Golfer’s from all over the nation come together to support America’s Veteran’s, embodying the ‘no man left behind’ motto. The Post members give back to those who have continually sacrificed for America’s freedoms. Coordinators Richard & Debbie Pearson, Larry Lamper encourage beginner and novice golfer’s alike to join in their cause, for a round of golf, lunch and fellowship Sunday, September 21, 2014 at Prescott Golf & Country Club in Prescott, Arizona. Call Debbie Pearson for more info at (858) 442-8031 or log on to www.kiltklassicgolf.com

SEPT 27 2014

SADIES RUN

Chino Valley – Black Diamond Event Center

A benefit run for 12 year old Sarah “Sadie” Buntin. Sadie has Cystic Fibrosis and need a lung transplant. Sadie and her family could use your help raising funds for the transplant.  The run starts at the CAL Ranch store in Prescott at noon and will end at the Black Diamond Event Center in Chino Valley where there will be Live Music, Food, Steer Riding and wild horse races. For a $20 dontaion you can ejoy the day with family and friends while helping a young lady with big dreams! For more information call Bobbie at 624-6387

SEP 19 2014 – SEP 21 2014

14th Annual Thunder Valley Rally

Cottonwood – Old Town

14th Annual Thunder Valley Rally – Old Town, all are welcome, fun, food, music, prizes, Poker Run, KA Cycles Bike Show with prize money, raffle prizes, sponsored by Cliff Castle Casino and Lodge and Grand Canyon Harley Davidson, 928-639-3200 or http://cottonwoodaz.gov/parksrec/thunder-valley-rally

SEP 19 2014 – SEP 21 2014

12th Annual Arizona Equifest

Prescott – Prescott Rodeo Grounds

12th Annual Arizona Equifest – Prescott Rodeo Grounds, Northern Arizona’s premier horse event, features the largest tack swap in northern Arizona and more than 50 vendors showing and/or selling farm animal-related products, entertainment, food, http://www.olsensgrain.com/Equifest/Equifest.html

SEP 19 2014 – SEP 20 2014

6th Annual AZ Draft Horse Show

Prescott – Prescott Rodeo Grounds

6th Annual AZ Draft Horse Show – Prescott Rodeo Grounds, AZ Draft horse and mule associations yearly show featuring Riding, Driving and Halter classes, all draft breeds will be represented including Clydesdales, Shires, Percherons and Belgians, free, 8 am http://www.adhma.com/index.htm

SEP 20 2014

17th Annual Navajo Rug Auction

Prescott – Smoki Museum

17th Annual Navajo Rug Auction – Smoki Museum, preview 10 am – 12:30 pm, auction starts promptly at 1 pm, 300 historic and contemporary Navajo weavings will be up for auction at the best prices in the Southwest, http://smokimuseum.org

SEP 20 2014

CK Fire Dept Dinner, Dance & Auction

Crown King – C.K. Fire Station

CK Fire Dept Dinner, Dance & Auction – C.K. Fire Dept. Station, with a live auction, silent auction, BBQ, dance, one of the town’s most favorite events, come join, $15, 928-632-7911 or http://www.crownkingfire.org

SEP 20 2014

Meals On Wheels Golf Tournament

Prescott

Prescott Meals On Wheels Golf Tournament – 928-443-5069 or http://www.prescottmealsonwheels

SEP 20 2014

10th Annual Fall Gathering

Prescott – Phippen Museum

10th Annual Fall Gathering – Phippen Museum, a celebration of ranch life and a reenactment of the grand opening of the Phippen Museum in 1984, includes live cowboy music an authentic western Barbeque and other activities, $25, 5:30 pm, 928-778-1385 or http://www.phippenartmuseum.org

SEP 20 2014

The Sedaka Legacy

Prescott – Elks Theatre

The Sedaka Legacy – Elks Theatre, The Piano Man, Terry Davies, performs the music of one of America’s finest songwriters, Neil Sedaka, 7pm, http://www.prescottelkstheater.com

SEP 20 2014

Old West Day

Dewey-Humboldt

Old West Day – 10 am street parade, 11 am pet parade, music such as country, western, bluegrass, Paula Willamson, Yodeling Sweet Heart, Sidekicks, Bill Knox, also a boot race, beard contest, western attire contest, western art & crafts, food vendors, 928-632-7491 or http://www.dhhsmuseum.org

SEP 21 2014

Skull Valley Loop Challenge

Prescott

Skull Valley Loop Challenge – begins in historic downtown Prescott, the climb begins up Iron Springs Rd and coasts into Skull Valley and on to Kirkland, and back into Prescott, includes two aid stations, support riders with water and Gatorade, roving mechanic support throughout the ride, goodie bag, T-shirt and prizes, $35-45, 7:30 am, http://www.prescottbikeped.org/prescottcycling/loopchallenge/index.html

The Yavapai Fair

When:

09/25/2014 – 09/28/2014 

For more Event Details including event exhibits, and entry forms:
visit www.yavapaifair.com

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GENERAL INFORMATION

FAIR / CARNIVAL RIDE TIMES:
Thursday:   Exhibits open from Noon to 9:00 p.m.,  Carnival open 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Friday: Exhibits open from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.,     Carnival open Noon to 10:00 p.m.
Saturday: Exhibits open from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.,  Carnival open 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Sunday: Exhibits open from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.,  Carnival open Noon to 7:00 p.m.

FAIR ADMISSION:
Young Children (under age 6): FREE
Children (ages 6-19): Thurs/Friday FREE! Sat/Sun $3
Adults (ages 20-59): $6
Seniors (ages 60 + ): $3 Thurs/Fri        Sat/Sun $6

All active military personnel are free (ID required)

Carnival Ride tickets sold seperately at the carnival ticket booths.

 

HOMETOWN TALENT SHOW
Saturday, September 27th 3-5PM
Presented by Arizona’s Hometown Radio Group

If you or your group have a talent that you’d like to show off at the Yavapai Fair on the main stage then we’d like to know about it!  We are accepting family friendly acts to perform live on stage at the Yavapai Fair on Saturday, September 27th from 3-5pm.  Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place.  All ages welcome (under 18 requires parental or guardian permission.)

 

Sign up online at www.kppv.com , www.kqna.com , & www.cattlecountryradio.com
or by phone at 928-445-8289.  Sign up deadline Friday September 26th.