We’re so thankful for our clients and friends! Have a safe and wonderful Thanksgiving!
This no rules, no watches run hosted by the Northern Arizona Trail Runners Association is sure to get your Thanksgiving day off right! The event is great for the entire family, and costumes are encouraged. Visit Flagstaff 365 for details.
To celebrate Native American Heritage month, Museum of Northern Arizona is having two special performances this weekend; on Friday the Jones Benally Dancers are performing Navajo dance, and on Saturday Hopi-Tewa singer-songwriter and MNA artist-in-residence Ed Kabotie is playing a concert. Learn more at Musnaz.org.
No one is left out this Thanksgiving day, with Flagstaff Family Food Center’s Annual Turkey Dinner from 4pm-5:30pm. There will be turkey, dressing, sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole and cranberry sauce. See the link above for details.
Come be a hero on Friday at the American Legion’s Thanksgiving Blood Drive. Now is a more urgent time than ever to have a good supply of blood on hand at hospitals, and this is a chance to help critically ill patients remain healthy through the holidays. As usual, all donors receive a free slice of Fratelli pizza, and a free beverage card from Dutch Bros. Coffee!
This black Friday REI stores are encouraging people to get outdoors and have fun by partnering with Arizona State Parks & Trails for an #OptOutside! campaign. Just visit any Arizona State Park, snap a picture, and share online via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram @AZStateParks with the hashtag #OptOutside. The top 10 most liked photos will receive a free Arizona State Parks pass (good for a year). Learn more at AZ Daily Sun
Have a great Thanksgiving weekend! As always, don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you have about buying or selling a home. We’re here to help!
This Thursday at Little America Hotel, United Way of Northern Arizona is hosting a Holiday of Lights event that is FREE to the public. The event features Christmas carols, a beautiful lighting ceremony, and even an early visit from Santa, with a raffle that benefits United Way.
The NAU Diving Team is hosting a two day invitational event this Friday-Saturday! Come support and watch our local athletes compete! Details are at NAU Athletics.
Come out this Saturday to Aspen Place (at the Sawmill) for a special holiday block party! There will be live music, raffles, and plenty of samples, prizes, and sidewalk sales from the area’s stores. Get even more cheer by bringing some canned food for the Flagstaff Family Food Center! Learn more at aspenplace.com.
Tomorrow Annette Morrison and Vincent Z of Foxy Koshka are pairing with drummer Paul Jones for a concert you won’t want to stop dancing at! Foxy Koshka plays an infectious blend of Latin blues and world music, and the event takes place at Hops on Birch. Visit reverbnation.com for details.
This weekend has two holiday craft fairs going on, one at Flagstaff Christian Fellowship Church and the other at NAU’s Du Bois Center (benefiting United Way of Northern Arizona). If you’re stuck on ideas for holiday gifts, this may be the perfect solution!
Enjoy a beautiful weekend, and don’t hesitate to contact us with any real estate questions! Give us a call at (928) 714-0001 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This Saturday is the annual 5k event for Girls on the Run Northern Arizona! There’s still time to register to run, volunteer, or just come cheer the girls (and community members on)! The event takes place at Fort Tuthill, and registration details are at the link above.
On Friday Flagstaff Medical Center and Northern Arizona Healthcare Foundation is hosting a celebration to honor our veterans. If you are a military veteran, active member, or the immediate family of one, you are invited to a special breakfast at the medical center’s Flag Cafe. Learn more at Flagstaff 365.
This weekend Theatrikos Theatre Company is hosting a Meisner acting workshop led by Patricia McKee (director of The Graduate and recently played Lane in The Clean House). All skill levels are welcome, and workshop tuition is $20. Click here for details.
The Museum of Northern Arizona is hosting a screening of two indigenous-made films, Metal Road and The Mayors of Shiprock. Since November is also Nativer American Heritage Month, there are other events planned at the museum throughout the following weekends. View a full schedule at musnaz.org.
Come support Alpine Community Theater (ACT) for their performance of Disney’s Mulan, Jr. This stage adaption of the classic story set in ancient China is bound to be special in the hands of our young actors! Visit actflagstaff.org.
As always, enjoy the weekend and stay warm! If you ever are wondering about selling or buying a home in Flagstaff, give us a call at (928)714-0001 or visit bestflagstaffhomes.com.
This Saturday is one of Flagstaff’s best events for both climbers and non-climbers alike; Reel Rock film 12! This short film compilation is shown at the Orpheum, and features female rock climber Margo Hayes, free soloist Brad Gobright, and more. Buy tickets at Orpheum Flagstaff.
Come support Youth Orchestra Northern Arizona’s premier concert this Saturday, featuring Elgar’s Nimrod (from Enigma Variations), Holst’s St. Paul’s Suite, Sousa’s Stars and Stripes Forever, and selections from Jurassic Park! This concert is FREE and a wonderful way to support our community’s talented young musicians.
Sponsored by various NAU clubs, the Coconino Hispanic Advisory Council (CHAC) and others, there will be a community Dia de los Muertos celebration on Saturday at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church. The event includes sugar skull decorating, face painting, free food, and several fundraisers. Learn more at NAU.edu.
A branch of the Northern Arizona Book Festival, this event is aimed especially at children’s through young adult age fiction, where fans can meet award winning authors and get book signings (among other fun activities). For details, visit AZ Daily Sun.
Theatrikos Theatre Company’s Stage Buddies program gives actors with disabilities a chance to perform plays with experienced middle to high school age ‘buddies’ who are paired with them for roles. This Friday and Saturday, Stage Buddies are performing Disney’s ‘Aristocats’ play. If you’ve never attended one of these performances, now is a perfect time! Ticket details are at the link above.
Have a great weekend, and contact us anytime for expert help with buying or selling a home!
Save the date this Friday for the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra’s Masterworks II concert! Featuring Witch’s Ride from Hansel and Gretel (Humperdinck), Night on Bald Mountain (Mussorgsky) and Scheherazade (Rimsky-Korsakov), this concert promises to be an enchanting evening! Audience members of all ages are encouraged to come in costumes.
Join Boys and Girls Club of Flagstaff on October 30th for a fun party with a haunted bus, spooky arts and crafts, costume contest, prizes, and yummy treats! Visit Flagstaff 365 for details.
Get daring and visit Run Flagstaff’s Walk if You Dare or Run for Your Life haunted trail! This spooky event takes place out in the woods of Fort Tuthill, with unexpected dangers coming at you from all directions as you follow a trail (just over a mile long). Tickets and details are at the link above.
Running October 26-30, this event lets visitors make their way through a deserted city filled with spooky robots, ghosts, and fog. Admission costs can include 1-2 rounds of laser tag. Learn more at Cabin Fever Play.
The Arboretum at Flagstaff has a festival that is perfect for the whole family! Come out this Saturdy to enjoy a pumpkin walk, hay rides, hot cider, and a spooky storytime. The day before, there will be a pumpkin carving party at Lumberyard Brewery—come to this event and get free activity vouchers for the next day’s pumpkin walk! Learn more at thearb.org.
Have a beautiful weekend and safe and fun Halloween! If you ever need help with buying or selling a home, don’t hesitate to contact us.
This Saturday and Sunday Museum of Northern Arizona is hosting the 14th Annual Celebraciones de la Gente festival. Come celebrate Mexico’s Day of the Dead with dancing, live music, food, handmade ofrendas (alters) and craft activities. Learn more at the link above.
Come hear Orchestra Northern Arizona’s season premier concert held this Saturday. Featuring all local musicians from the Flagstaff community, the orchestra will be performing Tchaikovsky’s Fantasy-Overture from Romeo and Juliet, Barber’s Adagio for Strings, and Wagner’s Die Meistersinger. Special guest artist Alex Burdiss will play Ferdinand David’s Concertino for Trombone and Orchestra.
On Friday the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra is performing their Masterworks II concert, featuring Humperdinck’s Witch’s Ride from Hansel and Gretel, Mussorgsky’s Night on Bald Mountain, and Rimsky-Korsakov’s famous Scheherazade, among others. Visit FSO.org for tickets.
This Saturday Warner’s Nursery and Landscape Co. has a festival that is fun for the whole family! Come enjoy horseback rides, arts and crafts, a pumpkin patch, and more. Details are at Flagstaff 365.
Get daring and attend Weatherford Hotel’s Murder Mystery Dinner Theater event, where murder takes place and all present are suspect . . . who knows if you’re dining next to the killer? Learn more at the link above.
Enjoy this spooky and beautiful weekend! And as always, contact us with any questions you have about buying or selling a home at bestflagstaffhomes.com.
This Saturday and Sunday is the Museum of Northern Arizona’s 84th Annual Hopi Festival. With music and dance performances, art shopping, lectures, traditional food, and work from over 90 award-winning Hopi artists, there’s no shortage of great activities!
A celebration of all things taco, this festival features food from 15 local restaurants, with festivities including a Chihuahua beauty pageant and beverage stations serving margaritas. Visit TheTacoFestival.com.
Enjoy 4th of July early this Saturday, Sunday and Monday! Hosting live music, a cornhole ‘Bags and Beer’ fundraiser, and fireworks show, this is a grand way to celebrate our nation! Go to Lightsonthelawn for a full schedule.
Get a taste of the classics this Sunday at Babbitt Ford’s 4th Annual Classic Car Show. Prizes, free BBQ, live music, and of course, classic cars will all be on display to enjoy!
Whether you’re an Olympic-level runner or a beginner, this is a fun way to get the 4th started! Beginning at 7am, the race winds through historic downtown. Patriotic costumes are encouraged! Learn more and register at Team Run Flagstaff.
Get out to Twin Arrows Casino and Resort this Tuesday for an all-day 4th of July celebration, including Native arts/crafts, Pow Wow dancers, a ‘Find Your Beach’ party, and fantastic fireworks display in the evening! Visit Twin Arrows for details.
This parade is not to be missed! Featuring over 100 floats representing local businesses and groups. this year’s theme is ‘Let Freedom Ring.’ Go to FlagChamberofCommerce for details.
Happy Fourth of July! Have a great weekend (and week) enjoying our beautiful country and Arizona! As always, don’t forget to Contact us with any questions about buying or selling a home.
Memorial Day Weekend is a great time to get outside and see all that Flagstaff has to offer. One amazing thing that Flagstaff has to offer is its real estate. There are three beautiful listings that will be on display on Saturday, May 25.
First, Eric Davis will be holding an open house at 4517 W Laskin Trail. This 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom home has an amazingly open floorplan. Located in the Snow Bowl area, it has unbeatable views of The San Francisco Peaks. This home will be available to see from 10-1 on Saturday.
Second, Sara Holloway will be at 989 E Sterling Lane. This luxury townhome in Pinnacle Pines is great on so many levels. It offers 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. It is completely updated and near a lot of trails. Visit Sara from 11-1 on Saturday.
Next, visit Jason Shafor at 3779 E Avocet Way. This nicely updated 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home has a dream kitchen and a dream backyard. Jason would love to see you on Saturday between 12-3.
This Saturday is the 11th Annual Flagstaff Armed Forces Day Parade. Come downtown to honor the men and women who have served our country, both past and present! We’re thankful for them!
Tomorrow, May 18th is the Save the Waves event, hosted by Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival at the Orpheum Theater. Aimed to bring awareness and protection to coastal resources, Flagstaff is the first landlocked city in the world to host this event. Learn more at Flagstaff Mountain Films.
Kicking off Bike to Work Week, this fun event on Sunday features a bike and gear swap, YUM! Fender Blender Smoothies, an iron-on transfer station with free t-shirts for kids, and safety tips on how to commute by bike.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo (again) this Saturday and Sunday! Enjoy live music, artisan craft vendors, food, and more. All proceeds go towards helping the Sunnyside Neighborhood Association of Flagstaff! Visit AZ Daily Sun for details.
Come support the Flagstaff Community Band’s first concert of the summer season this Saturday at 10:30 (before the parade), then throughout the festivities. The band will be playing patriotic favorites, and is sure to put a smile on your face! Click here for details.
We hope you have a fabulous weekend in Flagstaff, and please don’t hesitate to contact us with any home questions!
Enjoy an elegant 1904-inspired afternoon tea with mom at Riordan Mansion! Come dressed in your best Edwardian or Victorian dress, and have fun learning about the ladies of Riordan Mansion in a pre-tea tour. Visit Flagstaff 365 for details.
Tomorrow night is the opening of Theatrikos Theatre’s Average Joe musical! Written, co-directed, and choreographed by FALA senior student Daniel Stigmon, this unique production features a timeless story of how one young man sets out to find his path in the world, rejecting the wealth his parents have given him. Visit Theatrikos.com for tickets.
This Saturday join Flagstaff Foodlink for a Garden Ninja Tour that will give you tips and tricks on how to grow and preserve your garden produce while dealing with Flagstaff weather.Admission if FREE, and the event starts at 9am.
This is the event for train afficionados of all ages! Hosted by the Flagstaff Visitors Center on Saturday, the event features cake cutting with Mayor Coral Evans, railway displays, live music, face painting, a kiddie caboose, and a chance to win two Grand Canyon Railway tickets. Learn more at Flagstaff Arizona.
Sacred Peaks Equine Sanctuary is an important horse rescue group in Flagstaff, and they are offering a clinic this Saturday on how to improve groundwork with your horse! Come participate either with your own horse or borrow one of the rescue’s adoptions to take part in this event. For details, visit AZ Daily Sun.
This weekend Grand Canyon Salsa Festival and Tranzend Studio Fitness are hosting the 2017 AZ Zouk Festival! Zouk is a Brazilian dance form that combines rhythmic, intimate, and ballroom elements. Discounted passes expire TONIGHT so visit the link above to sign up!
Happy Mother’s Day to all our local moms! We hope you enjoy Flagstaff this weekend and we’d love to hear from you with any questions about buying or selling a home! Please contact us.
On Saturday Warners Nursery is hosting an Easter Egg Hunt event! Bring your kids for arts/crafts, and of course the big egg hunt which starts at 10am (the event is free, but arrive early for a parking spot). Adults are welcome on the hunt as well!
This Saturday NAU is offering a FREE community workshop on 3D printing, electronic prototyping, and how the MakerLab works. Seating is limited, so reserve your spot today at NAU.libcal.
Come celebrate Flagstaff Arts and Leadership Academy’s 20+ years of exceptional education, performing arts, crafts, and student outreach at this fundraiser! Learn to dance the Samba, enjoy an instant photo booth, art auction, swag, raffle, cupcake tower, and more! Learn more at Flagstaff 365
This Saturday is the Pat Tillman Honor Run, taking place at the Continental Country Club. This event is for the whole family, and benefits the Pat Tillman Foundation.
Starting this Thursday FALA students are performing “Cabaret” at Tranzend Studio. Come be enveloped in this story of love and cabaret performace amid Berlin’s descent into the Third Reich. Visit AZ Daily Sun for details.
Have a wonderful Easter Weekend! Enjoy Flagstaff’s fun events, and don’t forget to contact The Elite Team for help buying or selling a home.
All of this week (excluding Saturday) Starlight Lanes is celebrating Spring Break by hosting two FREE bowling games to kids ages 15 and under. Learn more at Flagstaff365.
Experience a taste of Celtic heritage this Friday and Saturday at the historic Riordan Mansion. Led by retired Brand Ambassador for Glenfiddich and single malt Scotch expert Ray Pearson, guests will be able to sample hors d’oeuvres paired with rare (and mostly unavailable) whiskies from Scotland, all while sitting at Tim Riordan’s dining table! This event has limited seating, so visit AZ State Parks to reserve your ticket today.
This Sunday at the Orpheum Theater, renowned singer/songwriter/musician Neko Case is giving a concert. Known for her unique vocals, Case’s music is a brilliant blend of Americana, indie rock, folk rock, and alternative country. Purchase tickets today at Orpheum Flagstaff.
On March 16th, the Orpheum Theater is hosting a Flagstaff Community Film Night, this time featuring Farmland, an intimate documentary about the rise of a new generation of farmers and ranchers (in their 20s). Get an inside glimpse of the sweat, risks, and rewards of the rural life!
Come to McMillan this Friday for an evening of traditional Irish tunes, eats, and drink! Music will also include Irish punk and Celtic drinking songs. Visit Flagstaff.com for details.
Have a wonderful weekend enjoying Flagstaff’s beautiful spring weather and St. Patrick’s Day, and don’t forget to contact the Elite Team with any questions you have about buying or selling a home.