Things To Do This Week In Prescott

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 Here are just a few of the things going on in and around Prescott, AZ this weekend, September 15 – 17, 2017!


3rd Friday Chamber Music Series
Fri. 9/15, 3:30-4:30pm
Prescott Public Library
Lynne Drye will perform Classical Adventures on the glass armonica.
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Skull Valley Farmers Market
Fri. 9/15, 8am
Skull Valley Elementary School
The Market features locally grown garden produce and seasonal fruit, home-baked goods, farm raised meat and eggs, plus unique homestead craft items.
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No Bake Organic Apple Cookies
Demo & Tasting

Fri. 9/15, 1-3pm
Natural Grocers
Stop by and customize the perfect good4u snack with an organic apple no-bake “cookie” and a selection of 100% organic bulk toppings.
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Coloring Class for Adults
Fri. 9/15, 1pm
Public Library-Glassford Hill Room
Some basic instruction for ideas and techniques to spice up your coloring are available. Remember there is no right or wrong way to color, just have fun!
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Prescott Historical Walking Tours 
Fri. 9/15-Sun. 9/17, 10am
Visitor Information Center
Featuring strolls through history to learn of “Prescott’s storied past,” 10 a.m., on most Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, May 5 through Oct. 29.
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"My Life Needs Editing"
Fri. 9/15-Sun. 9/17, times vary
‘Tis Art Gallery
Mort Sahl Six Artists’ Quest for Color, Texture and Meaning in Life
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4th Annual Hold Your Horses! 
Invitational Exhibition and Sale

Fri. 9/15-Sun. 9/24, times vary
Phippen Museum
This inspirational presentation features artwork from thirty-two artists recognized for their outstanding art of the horse.
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Annual Villages Art & Craft & Bake Sale
Sat. 9/16, 9am-2pm
Villages at Lynx Creek
FREE admission and parking. Vendors’ products include ALL HAND CRAFTED items such as quilts, knit and crochet items, wood crafts, fashion items, jewelry, Original paintings in a variety of media, and baked goods.
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Peace Week: Making Peace with
Mother Nature

Sat. 9/16, 9am-noon
Acker Park
This family-friendly event features crafts and music for peace-making, including peace rocks, peace flags, peace pinwheels, a hike, mandala building and music with Jonathan Best.
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Elder Grown
Sat. 9/16, 7pm
The Raven Cafe
Funk meets Rock, Pop meets Hip Hop. Elder Grown combines the freedom of improvisational Jams with their Captivating, Original songs.
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Sally Barris & Rebecca Folsom
The Folk Sessions

Sat. 9/16, 7-9pm
Elks Theatre
Sally Barris is an A-list Nashville songwriter & Colorado’s Rebecca Folsom is a seasoned vocalist and songwriter. Come hear their music in "The Folk Sessions".
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Wildlife & Bug Prevention
Sat. 9/16, 9:30-10:30pm
Watters Garden Center
Frustrated gardeners will have all the tools they need to keep the garden pest free!
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YAVAPAI Symphony Association
2017-2018 Season

Sun. 9/17, 3-5pm
From the smoke-filled nightclubs of 1950s New York to the peasant villages of pre-modern Russia, conductor Tito Muñoz kicks off the Yavapai Symphony Association’s 51st season with a bold and colorful musical masterpieces.
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