All public events on City property are cancelled through May 10, 2020.
For information about live performances and private events, contact the venue or event organizer directly.
Spanish colonial art includes paintings, sculpture and decorative objects produced across one and a half continents, from Mexico down to South America, over a period of about 330 years. All art and objects from this region that precede Christopher Columbus’ arrival in the New World in 1492, marking the beginning of the European con-quest, are termed pre-Colombian. To the Spaniards in sixteenth-century New Spain, converting the newly conquered indigenous people to Christianity was of primary importance. For both mendicant friars…Find out more »
Commercially introduced in 1839, practical photography was a cumbersome process requiring loads of equipment and lots of time. And while the tools and chemicals necessary to create photographic images were bulky and caustic, they were hauled through some of the most unforgiving environments in America to create the first portraits and landscapes of the American West. From Edward Curtis to Ansel Adams, these extremely dedicated photographers of the past documented and paid tribute to the West through their amazing photos.…Find out more »
"HO'OPONOPONO: A Celebration of Life Collection" by Debra Sutherland Core in the 'Tis Mezzanine Gallery March 15 - April 14 4th Friday Art Walk Reception March 27 5:00 - 7:00 PM Ho'oponopono is the Hawaiian practice of forgiving and healingFind out more »
Yavapai College Athletics Coaches Show Get the inside scoop on athletics, Hear from your favorite Roughrider coaches and athletes talk about games, rivals and more! Texas Roadhouse has amazing food and drinks available for purchase. Join your fellow Roughrider alumni.Find out more »
Every year Prescott Area Leadership recognizes individuals who exemplify outstanding leadership and positively influence our Quad City communities at our Man, Woman and Youth Leader of the Year dinner and awards event. Proceeds from this event are used to foster development of effective leadership skills in community youth. This includes awarding a $2,000 scholarship each to the male and female Youth Leaders of the Year, as well as $500 each to two male and two female finalists, and to fund…Find out more »
In this class you will learn: What are the 3 types of love Why we need to improve our compassion What is the ultimate goal of human life About the Teacher Gen-la Kelsang Jampa is an international renowned Buddhist ordained teacher, the Deputy Spiritual Director of the New Kadampa Tradition (NKT) and Resident Teacher of the IKRC Grand Canyon. As a senior teacher of the NKT, Gen-la has taught internationally for many years. He is well-loved for his clear and…Find out more »
More than 30 vendors are expected to attend the market weekly this winter season. See the full vendor list at www.prescottfarmersmarket.org Customers can find a variety of agricultural goods grown within a 30 mile radius: fresh vegetables, fruits, flowers, lavender, alpaca yarn, eggs, nuts, raw cheese, grass-fed beef and poultry. Local farmers grow a variety of cold-hardy vegetables including leeks, beets, radishes, carrots, salad mix, parsnips, sunflower sprouts, spinach and kale. PFM is a producer-only farmers market, meaning every item…Find out more »
Spring is the time of emerging colors. Cliff rose open their striking blooms of yellow and white and Plateau Striped Whiptails are coming to the surface, showing their blue and yellow hues. Draw and color some of the local species in our spring colored pencil drawing series led by artist Dianne Iverson.Find out more »
Drop-in to the Training Lab on the 3rd floor where we'll have dedicated staff available to assist you and answer your questions about completing the census. Or feel free to stop by anytime the library is open to complete your census - we have computers available and our staff are here to help you!Find out more »