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World’s Best Spring Break

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Celebrate Spring Break (regardless of whether you’re a student) at the Arizona Snowbowl! From now until March 26 they are offering a number of special deals and discounts, including $15 gift cards with each $29+ lift ticket that may be used for food, bar, or retail purchases. Visit Flagstaff 365 for details.

Spring Break Theater Camp

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Starting March 13, Theatrikos is hosting a Spring Break Theater Camp with the theme “The Stories We Could Tell.” Focusing on historical narrative through the arts, camp participants (grades 6-12) will prepare oral histories to present in a play using period props, music, and attire. This is a great option for the budding actor/actress in your family!

Circus Camp

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This daily camp from March 13-17 will teach youth aerial silks, lyra, juggling, acro balance, and tumbling, all while learning self-expression and empowerment. Hosted by the Flagstaff Arts Council and Flagstaff Aerial Arts, this is one camp to be remembered. Visit Flag Arts Council  to register today!

Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra Concert

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This Friday, FSO will present their 4th and final conductor candidate series concert, led by Daniel O’Bryant. Featuring music from Kabalevsky, Shostakovich, and Saint-Sean’s Cello Concerto no. 1, this promises to be a great ending to the season. For tickets, go to FSO.org.

Night at the Museum–Meteor Crater

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This Friday the Arizona Historical Society Pioneer Museum will host a presentation on the scientific history of Meteor Crater, led by author Neal F. Davis, who will also be on hand to sign his latest book. This event is free, but seating is limited. Visit Flagstaff 365 for details.

Have a great weekend and Spring Break! If you are ever interested in buying or selling a home (or want information on some of the beautiful homes we are currently listing) feel free to contact us at bestflagstaffhomes.com.