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Grow your garden skills and find some new plants at this fun Plant Sale and Festival! Hosted by the Coconino Master Gardener Association, this event features tips and tricks, sales on plants favorited by gardeners from this group, and various kid's activities.
Hosted by Board and Brush Flagstaff, this workshop is sure to get your creative energy flowing! Come to their store this Saturday to create your own artpiece, with hundreds of designs to choose from and paint. Bring a bottle of wine, so you can sip while you work! Click here for details.
Get your walking shoes, some water and sun protection, and head out to view wildlife on this relaxing hike! AWWE wildlife experts will be on hand to lead the hike, and the event is FREE. Visit AZ Daily Sun for details.
Come experience some of Flagstaff's performing arts talent (or perform yourself) at the Flagstaff Foundry, hosted by the Coconino Center for the Arts. This event gives the stage for dancers, poets, musicians, acrobats, really anyone, to perform in front of an audience. Visit the link above for more information.
Get your role playing game (RPG) fix this Saturday at Cab Comics! There will be lots of FREE RPG merchandise, drop-in games, and an RPG tournament with trophies and prizes. For details, visit the link above.
Have fun this weekend, and don't hesitate to contact us with questions about buying or selling a home in Flagstaff! We'd love to meet you!
This Friday and Saturday, Canyon Movement Company is presenting a Spring Dance Festival at Clifford E. White Theater. The performance features local dancers from Canyon Movement Company, Human Nature Dance Theatre, Velocity Dance Company, Flagstaff Arts and Leadership Academy, Cazo Dance Company, and more. For details, visit the link above.
Treat mom to a special brunch this Sunday at this Little America event! The menu includes a seafood station, custom-made waffles and crepes, salads/cheese plates, and cute desserts. Learn more at Flagstaff365.
This Saturday, learn how to make your own Kombucha at this fun workshop by Willow Bend Environmental Education Center! The class is led by ecologist Mike Dechter, and registration costs $15-$20. To get signed up, click here.
Celebrate Mother's Day a bit differently this year with this special tour at Riordan Ranch! The tour takes you through the mansion, with an emphasis on the lives of the Riordan women and how their world was in 1904. Reservations are required. To make a reservation, call (928) 779-4395.
Between nearly 1,200 blood donations being uncollected with recent school schedule changes and Memorial Day weekend coming up, now is a more important time than ever to help save lives in Arizona! On Saturday, Flagstaff Mall is hosting a special Spring Into Action blood drive from 11am-3pm. All donors receive vouchers for an Original Chicken Sandwich or 8 piece Chicken Nuggets from Chick-fil-A, and an Ultimate Hershey's Chocolate Chip Cookie from Pizza Hut (also, donors are entered into a Mother's Day basket drawing). For details, visit AZ Daily Sun.
Happy Mother's Day to all the moms in our community! And if your family or anyone you know is interested in buying or selling a home here, we can point you in the right direction! Simply contact us at bestflagstaffhomes.com.
This Thursday, May 10, the REMAX Elite Team and the Northern Arizona Association of REALTORS® are hosting a blood drive from 8am-1pm! If you are able, please come and help save some lives in our community! We're looking forward to seeing you.
Flagstaff's 25th annual Home and Garden Show is back and better than ever with great prizes, hundreds of interactive displays, and a new fishing and outdoor adventure expo! Admission is FREE!
This Sunday, State Street Ballet is performing Cinderella, with original choreography by State Street's founder and artistic director. This is a great opportunity to experience some great ballet showcased in one of the most popular fairy tales of all time! Tickets are at NAU Central Ticket Office.
Come out and mingle with Flagstaff's scientists and community advocates to celebrate STEM in our community! Following the march, various speakers will give talks on how science affects both Flagstaff and entire planet. Learn more at Flagstaff365.
Native Peoples of the Colorado Plateau Grand Opening
Museum of Northern Arizona is holding a special opening this Sunday for its newly expanded section for weavings, pottery, jewelry, beadwork, and silverwork from 10 tribes across the Colorado Plateau. Click here for details.
Be swepted away at the Alpine Community Theater's production of Disney's Little Mermaid this Saturday! This production features a cast of over 100 actors, from ages 4 to adults, and music includes all the well-loved songs like "Under the Sea" and "Part of Your World." See the link above for tickets.
Enjoy everything Flagstaff has to offer this weekend! We hope it's a great one for you, and if you're ever interested in buying or selling a home, we're ready to help! Just contact us at bestflagstaffhomes.com.
If you're a Motown fan who wants a new spin on your favorite songs, this Flagstaff Symphony concert is for you! The event is this Friday, and features music from artists/bands like Earth Wind and Fire, Michael Jackson, Al Green, Adele, Etta James, Barbra Streisand, Whitney Houston, and others. Learn more at Flagstaffsymphonyorchestra.org.
This camp starts next Monday, and is a great way for kids ages 7-13 to spend Spring Break while learning acro balancing, aerial silks, lyra hoop, juggling, and more! Hosted by the Flagstaff Arts Council and Funtown Circus Camp, this is perfect for building confidence and creative expression, and drop-in day passes are also available. Click here for details.
Come get a taste of Scotland's finest whisky this weekend at Riordan Mansion. The tasting features rare whisky like the Kinninvie Hazelwood 105 ($150 level) and anCnoc 1999 ($125 level), with various hors d'oeuvres afterward. Visit azstateparks.com.
Celebrate Saint Patrick's Day at the Orpheum Theater this Saturday! There will be music by the Knockabouts band, youth activities of coloring, circle dancing, and a photoboth (kids under 5 get in free). Proceeds from the event will benefit NACHS (Northern Arizona Celtic Heritage Society) which promotes Celtic culture in our community. Click here for details!
Have a fun weekend enjoying Flagstaff! Remember to check our website listings and contact us with any questions you have about buying or selling a home. . . we're here to help you!
If you're a runner and looking for a new challenge for a good cause, the Kahtoola Uphill Race (benefitting Friends of Camp Colton) is for you! Choose from various routes and difficulty levels, all starting at Hart Prairie Lodge. If you just want to volunteer, there's a need for you too! Visit the link above for registration details.
The 10th annual Viola Awards Showcase (dubbed the Oscar Awards of Flagstaff) is this Friday! There are still tickets available at Flagstaffartscouncil.org. Come and celebrate this year's nominees for arts and science excellence!
Kikori-Con is Flagstaff's anime/manga and Japanese pop culture convention, and this year Coconino Community College is hosting a pre-Kikori Con event, Kikori-Chill. Come watch anime, participate in a Q&A, win cute Kikori swag, and work on your cosplay. Click here for details.
This Saturday, the Flagstaff Visitor Center is hosting a special Chocolate Walk downtown, with proceeds benefitting Theatrikos.Get a 'passport' and start exploring participating downtown shops for samples of yummy chocolate and collecting points toward a grand prize drawing! Tickets are limited, so visit the link above to save a spot.
Celebrate an early Valentine's Day at NAU's Prochnow Auditorium on Saturday for the 4th Annual Hungry Hearts Cabaret, featuring performances from the NAU Swing Dance Club, aerial trapeze/lyra, and belly dance. There will be a guest panel ready to discuss all your love and relationship questions as well! Visit the link above for tickets.
Have a beautiful weekend enjoying Flagstaff, and don't hesitate to contact us for advice in buying or selling a home!
Winter celebrations kick off in Flagstaff on Saturday evening with Little America Hotel’s Holiday Lighting Ceremony & the magical North Pole Experience (NPX). The 19th Annual holiday lighting event is from 4:00 – 8:00 p.m. The light switch will be flipped on at 6:30 p.m. with over a million lights displayed on Little America’s 500-acre property. Visitors can enjoy the display for the entire holiday season to the New Year. The celebration on Saturday includes Christmas carolers, face painting, balloon sculpting, crafts, cookie decorating, a travel-themed raffle, and a dramatic entrance by Santa. The Little America Holiday Lighting Ceremony is free.
The North Pole Experience takes families on a trolley ride from Little America to Santa's workshop at the North Pole, where families work side-by-side with Santa and his elves, building toys and then visiting Santa's main factory floor. Attend Elf University, and visit Mrs. Claus for cookies and snowman soup in the bakery. There’s also Santa's mailroom, and top-secret sleigh hanger. Tickets and lodging packages for The North Pole Experience available at various price levels with dates through December 27th.
What would a play about thought look like? How could a theatrical experience get an audience to wonder about what the mind does? How do we even begin to think about what we are doing? Flagstaff Arts and Leadership Academy (FALA) presents On Thinking on Friday and Saturday evenings (7:00 p.m.) and Sunday afternoon (2:00 p.m.). The production is a movement-dance-theatre multimedia collage. Flagstaff Arts and Leadership Academy (3401 North Fort Valley Road). $5 in advance; $10 at the door, $2 fee for credit cards.
Premiering on Friday and Saturday evenings (7:30 p.m.), and Sunday (2:00 p.m.), with dates through December 8th, the Northern Arizona University Department of Theatre presents Spring Awakening – a New Musical. It’s a rock musical about the timelessness of adolescent angst and the universality of human passion. Based on the book and lyrics by Steven Sater. Music by Duncan Sheik. NAU’s Clifford E. White Theater. Tickets.
Now in its twelfth year, the It’s Elemental Fine Crafts Exhibition is open now through December 20th at the Coconino Center for the Arts. This popular exhibition showcases works by the finest craftspeople in Northern Arizona. The annual juried show features over fifty original works of art. The galleries at the Coconino Center are open Tuesdays through Saturdays.
The intelligence, cleverness and beauty of ravens will take flight during The Day of the Raven at the Museum of Northern Arizona on Saturday, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Join artists, authors, and naturalists as they explore the wily wonder and mythology of these fascinating birds. Enjoy poetry readings, fine art, hands-on activities and a presentation by the Audubon Society. For kids, too! Free with museum admission.
See NAU’s Men’s Basketball Lumberjacks take on San Diego Christian on Saturday at 3:00 p.m. in the NAU Walkup Skydome. Tickets $6 - $8. Season schedule and tickets.
Bowl with a frozen turkey on the Ice Bowling Lanes at the City of Flagstaff Parks and Recreation Keep-Your-Neighbors-Fed Turkey Bowl on Saturday at the Jay Lively Activity Center (ice arena – 1650 N. Turquoise Drive). Join the annual food drive and bring non-perishable food items for free admission. Win prizes. 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
On Sunday, the Northern Arizona University School of Music presents a Symphony and Chamber Orchestra Concert: Dvorak’s Symphony No. 8 in G Major. Known as his "happy" symphony, this piece borrows heavily from Dvorak's favorite music, Bohemian folk melodies. It is rich, romantic, and cheerful, all at the same time, regarded by many as his greatest work. NAU’s Ardrey Auditorium, 3:00 p.m. $8 general, $5 seniors, free with NAU ID and for those 17 and under. Tickets.
A new exhibition continues at the Museum of Northern Arizona (MNA) -- Nampeyo :: Namingha - Tradition & Transition. The heritage of a Hopi/Tewa family unfolds, telling the story of artistic expression in the family descended from the Hopi/Tewa potter Nampeyo. Through May 14, 2014. Included with regular museum admission.
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Living in Flagstaff will be great this weekend with this long list of Flagstaff events – even though we’re going to have a turn to chilly weather.
The Grand Canyon Guitar Society presents Flamenco Guitarist Grisha Goryachev on Sunday evening at 7:00 p.m. Goryachev is one of very few guitarists in the world who is reviving the tradition of solo flamenco guitar in concert settings. He strives to keep alive older flamenco masterpieces, creating his own interpretations of these masterpieces. Goryachev began to play the guitar at the age of six, then performed regularly as a child before large audiences in the most prestigious concert halls of St. Petersburg, Moscow, Minsk, Riga, and other major cities in the then Soviet Union. $20 advance, $25 day of show. Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church, 1601 N. San Francisco St.
The Northern Arizona University College of Arts and Letters hosts the Opening Reception for the Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition on Friday, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. The exhibition is held each semester to showcase capstone projects of students in the Fine Arts program. Join the featured students and School of Art faculty at the reception. The exhibition continues through December 19th at NAU’s Beasley Gallery. Free.
On Saturday, a new exhibition opens at the Museum of Northern Arizona (MNA) -- Nampeyo :: Namingha - Tradition & Transition. The heritage of a Hopi/Tewa family unfolds through artwork -- ceramics, paintings, drawings, sculptures and conceptual art inspired by the traditions and landscapes of the ancient Hopi and Tewa villages of northern Arizona. The exhibit tells the story of artistic expression in the family descended from the Hopi/Tewa potter Nampeyo (1860-1942), including contemporary works Through May 14, 2014. Included with regular museum admission.
The Flagstaff Light Opera Company production of the Rogers and Hammerstein classic, The Sound of Music, continues on Friday and Saturday evenings (7:30 p.m.), and Sunday (2:30 p.m.). Sinagua Middle School. Adults $20, Seniors and students $15, and 12 & under $10.
On Saturday, NAU’s Community Music and Dance Academy presents The Nutcracker Tea, an annual, festive, holiday tradition designed for all ages. Enjoy a light lunch with tea, coffee, and hot chocolate, a reading of the Nutcracker story, arts and crafts activities for the children, interviews with some of the soloists from the upcoming Nutcracker ballet performance, and a silent auction. Costumed dancers will teach an excerpt from the ballet and be available for pictures with guests. Proceeds benefit the Academy Scholarship Fund. 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Adults $30, children $20, table for eight is $200. Call: (928) 523-1889.
On Saturday evening, the NAU School of Music presents NAU Opera Scenes at 7:30 p.m. in Ardrey Auditorium. The event celebrates the Bicentennial of Richard Wagner and Giuseppe Verdi, along with the centennial of Benjamin Britten. Opera Scenes features Wagner scenes from Lohengrin and Die Walküre, a Verdi scene from Rigoletto, and Britten scenes from Peter Grimes and Billy Budd. Scenes from the musicals Chicago and Candidewill be included. The evening will end with a scene from Bizet's Pearlfishers. Tickets.
The Flagstaff Public Library and Flagstaff Cultural Partners Stories to Life Series continues on Sunday with Homers on the Range: Writing Out from Kane Ranch. Readers will present writings created during a retreat at Kane Ranch, a working cattle ranch in the Vermillion Cliffs near the North Rim. The writings focus on how the land impacts these authors’ work. Readers include Tony Norris, Jean Rukkila, Laura Kelly, Darcy Falk, Shonto Begay, and Kate Watters. Free and open to the public. Not appropriate for ages 6 and under. 6:00 p.m. at the Coconino Center for the Arts.
On Sunday evening, enjoy Ballroom Dancing Lessons and an Open Dance at Canyon Dance Academy (2812 North Izabel Street), 5:00 p.m. – 12:30 a.m. Learn and practice social ballroom, swing, and Latin dances. Join a fun, encouraging community of dancers. Beginners, experienced dancers, singles, couples, and students welcome. No partner needed. Adults $8, students $5.
The popular Polar Express Train has begun its seasonal run at the Grand Canyon Railway, just 20 minutes west of Flagstaff. Experience the magic of The Polar Express™, the classic children’s book by Chris Van Allsburg. Every winter the Grand Canyon Railway’s Polar Express comes to life on a journey through the nighttime wilderness to the enchanted beauty of “the North Pole”— where Santa Claus and his reindeer are waiting with a keepsake present for every good boy and girl. Reservations necessary! See the Polar Express website for complete details, availability and price packages.
The Evolving Universe Exhibition continues at Lowell Observatory, exploring how the stars and universe undergo the same stages as life on Earth — from birth, to maturity and, eventually, to death. The exhibition was developed by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (SAO), the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History, and is circulated by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service. Included with regular observatory admission.