Turkey Predictor Run
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.
Native American Heritage at Museum of Northern Arizona
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.
Annual Turkey Dinner
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.
Flagstaff Community Annual Thanksgiving Blood Drive
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!
Opt Outside with REI and Arizona State Parks and Trails
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!