Things to do this Weekend in Prescott, Arizona!

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 Here are just a few of the things going on in and around Prescott, Arizona this weekend January 9 – 11, 2018!


“I’ve Been Framed” Annette Olson
and Cindi Shaffer 

Thu. 02/08 – Sun. 02/11, times vary
‘Tis Art Center and Gallery

In the Mezzanine Gallery: "I’ve Been Framed" Paintings by Annette Olson and Glass works by Cindi Shaffer.
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Italian American Reconciliation
Thu. 02/08 – Sat. 02/10, times vary
Prescott Center for the Arts at Stage Too!
Aldo Scalicki helps his best friend Huey regain his lost strength by getting back together with his terrifying ex-wife. A fanciful, lighthearted and zestfully comic exploration of relationships. $17
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Art Days for Kids
Fri. 02/09, 1pm
Prescott Public Library
Explore the art of Paul Seurat, and his dot technique and then create your own masterpiece using dots. For children, ages 6-14. 
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Route 66 Tribute
Fri. 02/09, 7pm-9:30pm
Adult Center On Rosser
Enjoy two shows in one. Paulette Rockir as Patsy Cline, and Chuck Brown as Elvis Presley.
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Class of ’68
Fri. 02/09, 7pm
Elks Theatre`
This annual salute to the Billboard top songs from 50 years ago features chart toppers from 1968, back to a time when you could sing along and didn’t want to change the dial when they played a new hit song. $22-$30
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Prescott Valley Public Library Friends of the Library Book Sale
Fri. 02/09 & Sat. 02/10, times vary
Prescott Valley Public Library
There will be lots of fiction and non-fiction—and, for the first time in many years, there will be a significant Young Adult collection for sale. 
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Cave Creek Useful and Medicinal Plants – Herb Walk
Sat. 02/10, 8:30am
Cave Creek
Discover the many useful and medicinal plants in the Upper Sonoran Desert of Cave Creek, Arizona. $35
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Horses With a Heart Bowl-A-Thon
Sat. 02/10, 9am
Antelope Lanes
The 15th Annual Benefit Bowl-A-Thon begins at 9 a.m. with team bowling, raffles, prizes, and just plain fun. Serving the Quad Cities’ special needs community for 25 years with therapeutic horseback riding programs.
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Mile High Mystics Festival of Hearts
Sat. 02/10, 9:30am-4:30pm
Hassayampa Hotel
The Spiritual & Healing Arts Festival features readers, chair massage, body work, vendors, energy healing, some free lectures, and more.
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YCPAC Satellite Series: The MET’s
Sat. 02/10, 10am
Yavapai College Performing Arts Center
Yavapai College Performing Arts Center presents a live satellite broadcast of the Metropolitan Opera production of "L’Elisir de D’Amore" (The Elixir of Love). $12-$24
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The BYU Young Ambassadors
Sat. 02/10, 7pm
Yavapai College Performing Arts Center
Join the Young Ambassadors for an energetic, fast-paced showcase of American musical theatre. Their performance, Welcome Home, delivers dynamic choreo-graphy and popular Broadway show tunes. $10-$25
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The Folk Sessions 15th Anniversary Celebration
Sat. 02/10, 7:30pm
Prescott Center for the Arts
An All-Star line-up with the Folk Sessions favorite .usical friends including Amy Hale Auker and Gail Steiger, Three-Legged Dog, Jim Pipkin, Alexa MacDonald, and more. $22
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Process Driven Baseball Academy
Sun. 02/11, 2pm
Prescott Valley Event Center
This professional hitting day camp includes exceptional instruction, coaches, and drills. $90-$100
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