SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING YULE…

Yavapai College Performing Arts Center has whatever it takes to conjure your holiday spirit by Michael Grady Some of us go on automatic in December. We watch “Charlie Brown” through an eggnog haze, waiting for Linus to tell us what it’s all about. But YCPAC wants to rekindle your holiday spirit, and they’re offering four … Read More…

SHOP WITH A COP IS A HOLIDAY TRADITION

by Michael Broggie, President and CEO, Prescott Police Foundation & Volunteer Member Citizens on Patrol, Prescott Police Department Each year, children from throughout the Quad City Area are selected for a special treat prior to Christmas. They come from families that are financially challenged and are chosen by various community service agencies. They number nearly … Read More…

Escape to a “Frontier Christmas”

Prescott’s designation as Arizona’s Christmas City gets an annual boost as Sharlot Hall Museum presents its Frontier Christmas Open House on Saturday, Dec. 2, following the Prescott downtown Courthouse lighting ceremony. Luminarias, handmade decorations, fresh-baked cookies, and hot cider welcome locals and out-of-town visitors to celebrate a full dose of holiday spirit and good cheer … Read More…

LIGHT PARADE KICKS OFF HOLIDAY SEASON

by Kendall Jaspers, Executive Director, Prescott Downtown Partnership The 22nd annual Prescott Holiday Light Parade once again lit up downtown Prescott. Sponsored by the Prescott Downtown Partnership, the parade took take place 6 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 25. The parade route began at the corner of Carleton and Cortez streets and went north on Cortez … Read More…