Christmas is alive and well in Arizona’s Christmas City! In fact, all of Yavapai
County seems to be getting in the holiday spirit! Whether you brave the crowds for
Prescott’s Courthouse Lighting or sample some delicious chocolate at Cottonwood’s
Chocolate Walk, this weekend has plenty of events around the county that will put a
smile on your face, a spring in your step and fill your heart with Ho Ho Hos! Below
are a few holiday jokes that will entertain your grandkids or make you the funniest
person at the company Christmas party:
Who is Santa’s most famous elf? Elf-vis
What did one snowman ask the other? Do you smell carrots?
What Christmas Carol is a favorite of parents? Silent Night
What do you call an old snowman? Water
What do vegetarians wish for at Christmas? Peas on Earth
A few networking opportunities next week:
TUESDAY—Prescott Marketing Meeting
WEDNESDAY—Mayer Marketing Meeting
Camp Verde MLS
THURSDAY—Prescott Valley Marketing Meeting
Chino Valley Marketing Meeting
Cottonwood Chamber Breakfast Meeting
A few places you can meet your next client this weekend:
WED-SUN—”Walk through Bethlehem” at American Evangelical Lutheran Church—1085 Scott Dr., Prescott. Experience the sights, smells and sounds of Bethlehem over 2,000 years ago in a 30-minute guided tour. Call 445-4348 for times and information.
FRIDAY—Holiday Festival of Lights Parade and Program—5pm, Prescott Valley Civic Center—Parade begins at 5pm, lighting of the Civic Center, Create-a-Tree display, visit from Santa and more follows parade at the Civic Center
SATURDAY—Cottonwood’s 57th Annual Christmas Parade—starts at fairgrounds and ends at Main & Cactus St., 11 am
SATURDAY—29th Annual Christmas Parade—a longtime tradition of the holiday season, 1pm at Courthouse Plaza
SATURDAY—57th Annual Christmas Courthouse Lighting—6pm—if you haven’t witnessed this event, it’s a must see
SATURDAY—Holiday Boutique at the NEW Agribusiness and Equine High School (Civic Center Circle in Prescott Valley) 10am—3pm.
SATURDAY—Chocolate Walk 2011—4-8pm—Stroll down the avenue sampling and collecting chocolates as the merchants compete for best chocolate award. $20 donation includes collecting bag and chocolates. Civic Center in Old Town Cottonwood.
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