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BrewHaHa

BrewHaHa

This weekend, on Saturday afternoon, head over to Flagstaff’s premier winter tasting event – Flagstaff BrewHaHa.  Over 75 different brews will be featured, along with, light hors d’ oeuvres, live music, a Best in Show beer contest, a VIP luncheon, and more! Proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity of Northern Arizona.  It’s at the High Country Conference Center (201 W. Butler Ave.), 2:00 – 6:00 p.m.  Tickets are $40 in advance and $45 day of event.  Ticket includes admission to the event, 16 samplings of beer, wine tasting, hors d’oeuvre tasting, and entertainment from Giant Steps Jazz.  VIP tickets, $85, include early admission at 1:00 p.m. and a VIP luncheon.  Event is 21 and over.  Tickets available at Vino Loco (120 N. Leroux St. #105), Rainbow’s End (12 E. Route 66) and McGaugh’s (218 S. San Francisco Street). Buy tickets online, or call 877-435-9849.  $20 Designated Driver tickets available at the door.

A new photography exhibit is on display beginning SaturdayThe Slide Fire Story: A Tribute to Oak Creek Canyon – at the Museum of Northern Arizona. On May 20, 2014, the largest fire in the history of the Coconino National Forest ignited in Sedona’s Oak Creek Canyon, one of the most scenic places on earth. Crews battled day and night for 16 days to contain the blaze and minimize the damage to the forest. The Slide Fire Story presents more than 100 hauntingly beautiful images, depicting the fire’s dramatic race up the Canyon and the efforts of over 1,200 firefighters to halt its fury.  Free with regular museum admission.

Roller Derby is back for 2015 on Saturday afternoon at Mount Elden Middle School (3223 N. Fourth St.), with Superheroes vs. Super Villains: A Roller Derby Bout, 5:30 p.m.  Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door.  Kids ages 7 – 12 are $5, 6 and under are free.  $1 from every ticket will be donated to the Tyler Stewart Memorial Fund.  Get tickets in advance at Incahoots Vintage Clothing and Costumes or from your favorite derby girl.  Wear your High Altitude Roller Derby (HARD) T-shirt and get $1 off at the door.

Learn to Skate every Sunday afternoon with the most experienced ice skaters in Flagstaff. Whether you want to skate recreationally or try figure skating or ice hockey, group lessons are a low-cost way to start having fun on the ice.  The skating school is an approved US Figure Skating Basic Skills Learn to Skate program, supervised by professional coaches and taught by friendly instructors. All ages and abilities are welcome.  Arrive at the Jay Lively Activity Center (ice arena, 1650 N. Turquoise Dr.) by 4:00 p.m. to register and rent skates.  Lessons are 4:15 – 4:30 p.m.  Lessons are $40 per month.  $15/year for USFSA Basic Skills membership is $15 per year.  Skate rental extra.  Visit the Flagstaff Figure Skating Club website.

The March Fourth Marching band makes an appearance on Sunday night at The Orpheum Theater.  Aside from their marching band outfits, percussion corps and brass, “M4” is far from your typical marching band. In one 90-minute set the band will take you on a journey from the swamps of Louisiana to the gypsy camps of eastern Europe to the African jungle by way of Brazil, along the way stopping to sample the deepest grooves of the best of American funk, rock, and jazz.  Add high-stepping stilt-acrobatics and sexy dancers.  Every show is different.  Tickets $20 – $22.  8:00 p.m.

Learn to dance!  At Canyon Dance Academy on Friday evening, take Ballroom Dance Lessons followed by open dancing.  Learn ballroom, swing, and Latin.  Beginners and experienced, singles and couples.  5:00 – 7:00 p.m.  $8, $7 for USA Dance members, students $5.  (2812 N. Izabel St.)

The Flagstaff Latin Dance Collective hosts a Salsa Social every Sunday evening with a dance lesson at 7:00 p.m. followed by dancing ‘til 10;00 p.m.  All levels of dancers welcome.  Salsa, zouk, lambada, bachara, kizomba, cha cha, and merengue.  Live DJ.  Meet new friends and stay fit.  $10 drop in, $8 students.  $65 dance card for 10 Social Sundays.  At Tranzend Studio Fitness (417 W. Santa Fe Ave.)

Check out the weekend night life in Flagstaff’s many night spots in the weekly magazine FlagLive!

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