Community Calendar by Sandy Moss
December, 2013 & January 2014
The WORLD’S LARGEST GINGERBREAD VILLAGE is on display 24/7 at the Prescott Resort beginning Saturday ( thru January 1).
Join Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary this holiday season for its annual Wildlights and Animal Sights very Friday and Saturday evening from 6 to 9. [thru Dec. 28]
(Saturday, December 28)
Do some last minute GIFT SHOPPING for the perfect stocking stuffers, jewelry and more at Las Fuentes Resort Village on Scott Drive in Prescott.
(Thursday, December 19)
Author Colin Druce-McFadden will do a reading from his one of his Misforgotten trilogy at 4 Thursday (Dec. 19) at the Peregrine Book Company on Cortez in Prescott.
Get your medical questions answered at a FIRESIDE CHAT with Dr. Kevin Doyle at 3 Thursday (Dec. 19) at at Las Fuentes Resort Village in Prescott.
CS Lewis’s classic story, THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE will be onstage at Prescott Center for the Arts at 7 Thursday and Friday and at 2 and 7 Saturday (Dec. 19, 20, 21), with a matinee at 2 Sunday, December 22.
(Saturday, December 21)
Native American STORYTELLERS will share stories of their people from 10 to 4 Saturday, December 21, at the Smoki Museum. No charge.
Find all your holiday gift giving needs at the 22nd annual LAST-MINUTE NON-PROFIT STOCKING STUFFER BAZAAR from 10 to 4 Saturday, December 21, at the Old Armory on Gurley Street in Prescott.
(Saturday, December 28)
The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 40 of Chino Valley is serving BLUE PLATE SPECIAL dinners from 5 to 7 Saturday at The American Legion at the corner of Hwy 89 and Road 3 South. $7. [2nd & 4th Saturday]
(Tuesday, December 31)
Bring in the new year at The WHISKEY ROW BOOT DROP from 8 to Midnight Tuesday, December 31, on historic Whiskey Row.
(Tuesday, January 14)
See a one-man show – THE LIFE AND TIMES OF VINCE LOMBARDI at 7:30 Tuesday, January 14, at the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center.
(Sunday, January 19)
Enjoy comedy by the next generation of comedy superstars at the SECOND CITY TOURING COMPANY at 7:30 p.m., Sunday, January 19, at the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center. Tickets by calling 776-2000 or at YCPAC.com.
A LOW COST SPAY/NEUTER and WELLNESS CLINIC is Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at the Yavapai Humane Society, with a walk-in-vaccination clinic every Friday. Information at yavapaihumane.org, or at 771-0547. [every week]
Rid your house or barn of mice and other pests the environmentally safe and efficient way by adopting a BARN CAT from United Animal Friends. More information by calling 776-3018. Donations for the UAF FOOD BANK FOR PETS can be dropped off every Sunday from noon to three at the Petco in Frontier village, or food and blankets can be left in the collections boxes at any of the Olsen’s Grain stores in the tri-city area.
RESCUE PUPPIES AND KITTENS are ready for new homes, including pug, border collie, blue heeler, and golden retriever mixes. Call 899-3942 or unitedanimalfriends.org for more information.