Holiday Lights at Little America
This Friday the North Pole Experience (NPX) and Little America Hotel will begin their annual holiday light wonderland.Surrounded by over a million Christmas lights, families will be treated to cookies and cider while participating in caroling, face painting, and balloon-twisting! Additionally, there will be a travel-themed raffle that benefits the United Way of Northern Arizona. Visit Flagstaff 365 for more details.
Screening for “Daughters of the Anasazi” and “Hozho of Native Women”
Tomorrow there will be a free video screening of two special films about Native American women from various tribes who talk about pueblo pottery techniques, the connection and wellbeing they find in their cultural roots, and more. Visit Cline Library for more information!
Trouble in Tahiti
This Sunday the NAU Lyric Theater (formerly NAU Opera) will present Leonard Bernstein’s one-act opera Trouble in Tahiti. The Lyric Theater is presenting two performances of Trouble in Tahiti; one version staged in 1952(the time of the composer) and then a contemporary version. Visit Flagstaff 365 for ticket information.
Science on Tap
Tomorrow night the Green Room is hosting their monthly Science on Tap. The event will be led by Regent’s Professor Dr. Bruce Hungate, who will be giving the presentation “Climate Change: What’s New?”
This is a great mix of drinks and science! Find out more at Flagstaff Science On Tap.
You Are On Indian Land
Starting this Saturday and running through November 30th, the Museum of Northern Arizona is featuring a thought-provoking exhibit called You Are On Indian Land. The presentation features work from American Indian artists such as Marcu Amerman (Choctaw), Nicholas Galanin (Tlingit/Aleut), Michael Namingha (Hopi-Tewa), and Steven Yazzie (Navajo), who give a new meaning to our culture through monoprints, assemblage sculptures, and video installations. For more information, visit Museum of Northern Arizona.