“Hello everyone. I hope this issue of Prescott Living finds you all in good spirits and good health. I cannot believe that 2021 is just about over, and we will be turning the page on yet another year in Prescott Valley.
“I am excited because I can, without a doubt, say that the year 2022 will be amazing for our community. We hope that you will take time to visit us in Prescott Valley during the holidays and into the new year to enjoy all of the great events our community has to offer.”
Holiday Festival of Lights, Civic Center Lighting, Night Light Parade
The annual Prescott Valley Festival of Lights is an evening filled with
performances by local school choirs, the spectacular Civic Center campus
lighting, the Night Light Parade and Santa’s North Pole Workshop at the
Prescott Valley Public Library.
The fun starts at 5:30 p.m. on Dec. 3 at the Theater on the Green at the Civic
Center, and after the parade, moves to the library where kids can greet Santa.
While you’re at the library, don’t miss the 20th annual Create-A-Tree exhibit where you can see an array of amazing trees and wreaths decorated by imaginative artists. All of these events are free and fun for all ages.
New Year’s Eve Celebration, Fireworks
Join us in Prescott Valley for a spectacular New Year’s Eve celebration and firework display! Enjoy games, hot chocolate, s’mores, and a huge bonfire! The Dec. 31 event begins at 5:30 p.m. and ends at 8:30 p.m. with fireworks. Location is Findlay Toyota Center, 3201 N. Main St. Please leave your pets at home for their safety and yours. Free and fun for all ages.
Polar Bear Splash
Take the plunge into icy cold water that only a true polar bear could enjoy in
this traditional Prescott Valley event!
After the plunge, warm up with hot drinks, food and winter-themed games.
Jumpers must be 18-plus. Games are open to all ages. Please have ID
ready when checking-in for the Polar Plunge. The free fun takes place Jan. 8,
from 9 a.m. to noon at the Mountain Valley Splash, 8600 E. Nace Lane