The Yavapai Title Wrecking Balls will be taking to the lanes this weekend in support of Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters by participating in their “Bowl for Kids Sake 2012”. Yavapai Title’s team members; Captain Lindsey Lueder, Nina Kington, Lisa Stowers, Brenda Martinez and Jen
Hoskovec are all looking forward to having a great time while supporting such a worthy cause. Teams this year are asked to decorate a bowling pin for judging. Lindsey Lueder’s beautiful art is pictured here. The other teams must be shaking in their bowling shoes! If you would like to support Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters, log onto www.azbigs.org or www.ybbbsbowlforkids.kintera.org.
A few networking opportunities next week:
TUESDAY—Prescott Marketing Meeting
WEDNESDAY—Mayer Area Marketing Meeting (YTA hosting breakfast)
Camp Verde MLS
PAAR Affiliate Council Meeting
Verde Valley Job, Career & Education Fair 2012 at Verde Valley Fairgrounds
(contact Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce for more information)
THURSDAY—Prescott Valley Marketing Meeting
Chino Valley Marketing Meeting
Prescott Chamber 1st Thursday Breakfast Meeting, RSVP required
A few places you could enjoy our community this weekend:
FRIDAY—”Night Skies, Stories & Stars” at Highland Center for Natural History, 6:30pm. Explore the night skies while listening to the myths & tales inspired by the constellations. Learn about Dark Skies, why they matter and how you & your family can help with one little candle. $5 adults/$2 kids under 18.
FRIDAY—Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives—7:30-9:30pm at Yavapai College Performance Hall. A Concert with one of country’s most eclectic performers. Go to www.yc.edu/communityevents for info.
SATURDAY—Hollywood Comes to Smoki! Meet Emmy Award-winning Costume Designer Cathy Smith, who created all the costumes for Dances With Wolves and many more TV shows and movies. Hear first hand her stories & what it takes to achieve the believable. 1pm at Smoki Museum.
SATURDAY— Petapalooza 2012! Over 20 Humane and rescue organizations will be on hand with over 250 adoptable pets along with pet related businesses and services, dog agility, obedience and
K-9 unit demonstrations, micro-chipping, the NATIONAL WEINER DOG RACES and much, much more. Camp Verde Community Soccer Field on Hollamon St., 9am-4pm.
SAT/SUN—Western Collectibles & Firearms Gun Show at Tim’s Toyota Center. Antique firearms, western memorabilia and much more. Sat. 9am-5pm, Sun. 9am-3pm.
SUNDAY—Broadway Comes to Sedona when the Sedona International Film Festival hosts the big screen premiere of Stephen Sondheim’s Tony Award-winning musical revival “Company”, featuring the New York Philharmonic Orchestra and an all-star cast. Two shows, 2pm & 6pm at the new Mary D. Fisher theatre. Go to www.SedonaFilmFestival.com for more information.
SUNDAY—Conductor Darrell Rowader, the Yavapai College Master Chorale and Prescott Strings present a single performance of Mendelsshon’s glorious oratorio “Elijah” featuring baritone opera singer Chuck Taylor as Elijah (lives in and attended schools in Prescott!), soprano Joanne Lawson (formerly with local W.J.Bradley mortgage) and singing in the Master Chorale, Vicki Gratian and Judy Steward (Prescott area Realtors!). This beautiful, well-known work with full orchestra, is movingly dramatic and inspiring! Ticket information: 776-2031.
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