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It’s been a big topic over the last year and it’s here. The time has come. Parking meters are officially starting Friday, October 6th. Check out the Parkflag website for a great deal of info and details.
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On Friday Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra (FSO) will present a stunning concert led by Conductor Candidate Darko Butorac, featuring music from Beethoven, Prokofiev,and Arutiunian. Reserve tickets at FSO.org.
Who cares about snow? Run Flagstaff is hosting a wintry 5k run this Sunday at Pine Canyon, complete with prizes and a post-race lunch of beer and brats! Registration is limited to 150, so head over to runflagstaff.com to save your spot!
Come to the Orpheum Theater this Saturday to celebrate water and the indigenous culture of the Colorado Plateau. Featuring arts, music, traditional dances, and educational talks from the Hopi, Tewa, Havasupai, Zuni, and Navajo Nations, this event is an important commemoration of our region’s history. Visit Rumble On The Mountain for details.
Starting Saturday, the NAU Lyric Theater is presenting Henry Purcell’s timeless work, Dido and Aeneas, composed over 300 years ago. Be swept away in this odyssey of love, alliances, magic, and despair. Reserve tickets at NAU Box Office.
Come celebrate Northern Arizona’s upcoming artists at the Beasley Gallery (on the NAU campus) with this showing of work from students at FALA, Coconino High School, Mingus Union High School, and others. Learn more at AZ Daily Sun.com.
As always, have a wonderful weekend enjoying Flagstaff, and remember to contact us if you are thinking of buying or selling a home.
Get your warm clothing on and head out to Bearizona this evening (and each evening except Christmas) for a Wild Wonderland tour! Some of the creatures at Bearizona love staying up late, and you might even see some opening their Christmas presents early! Guests also are treated to an area with holiday lights, and storytime with Mrs. Claus at the Gift Shop.
On December 23 and 29 (Thursdays) Flagstaff Birth and Women’s Center is hosting women’s Qigong classes. Costs are flexible on a sliding scale, and participants learn how to create harmony in their body/mind/spirit through using their Qi, or energy. Learn more at Flagstaff Birth Center.
From now until January 31st, visit the Pictures and Pottery exhibit, featuring the life and artwork of Flagstaff locals Brian Bradley and Mike Arnegard. This is a great way to experience Flagstaff’s unique art scene!
The North Pole Experience is still going until December 31st! Rated the ‘Best 2016 Holiday Experience for Children’ by AZ Foothills.com, this event lets kids’ North Pole fantasies come true, all while staying in Northern Arizona.
This Thursday (and next) stop by NiMarco’s Pizza for the NAU Language Club’s Stammtisch (German Table) to practice your German! This event is for both NAU students and the Flagstaff community, with all ages and speaking abilities welcome. Visit AZ Daily Sun for details.
We hope you have the best possible Christmas weekend, and remember to contact us if you are interested in buying or selling a home. We’re here to help you!
This Friday and Saturday Canyon Dance presents their 13th Annual production of The Nutcracker Suite in Modern Bare Feet! This unique rendition of the classic ballet includes a cast of over 50 dancers, aerial dance, and new special effects. Visit Canyon Movement Company to reserve tickets.
This Saturday the Flagstaff Visitor Center is hosting a Snowflake Festival, featuring photos with Santa (free on your own camara, $1 for polaroids). Craft projects will be available, and there will be a donation bin for Toys for Tots charity.
Come support the Flagstaff Youth Chorale on Saturday at the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church. This holiday concert is FREE, and features both traditional and contemporary songs. Click here for details.
This Saturday the Orpheum Theatre is hosting a Breakfast with Santa, followed by pictures, Christmas songs, and crafts. Come EARLY because the event is limited to the first 50 people, and is $10/person.
Join Orchestra Northern Arizona for their holiday concert. Featuring music by Leroy Anderson, Offenbach, Tchaikovsky, and Saint-Saens, this concert is FREE and all ages are invited. There will be a special treat for kids in the audience!
As always, we hope you’ll contact us with any questions you have about buying or selling a home. Have a great weekend!
This Saturday the Flagstaff Arboretum is hosting a celebration of all things fall! Walk Jack-O-Lantern lit garden trails, explore a pumpkin patch, dress up for a costume contest and sip hot cider while listening to spooky tales! Go to thearb.org to learn more.
Join the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra this Friday evening for a concert directed by Charles Latshaw, one of the candidates for new FSO music director. Tchaikovsky’s incomparible Fourth Symphony, Strauss Oboe Concerto, and a contemporary piece by Mexican composer Arturo Marquez are all on the program. Buy tickets at Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra.
Get an early start enjoying Día de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) and Hispanic heritage this Saturday and Sunday at the Museum of Northern Arizona. Fine art and crafts will be on sale, as well as performances by Mariachi Sol Azteca, Ballet Folklórico de Colores, and others. Sugar skull decorating and other craft projects will be available for kids.
This Friday the Grand Canyon Guitar Society presents a concert by acclaimed guitarist Thibaut Garcia. Garcia has an extensive international career, and this concert is sure to be a special treat for guitarists and music lovers in Flagstaff. Learn more at Flagstaff 365.
On Saturday Meteor Crater celebrates Northern Arizona residents by having a Neighbor Appreciation Day with free admission. To obtain this deal, simply provide proof of being a Northern Arizona resident or local student ID card at the park.
Have a great weekend, and if you ever want to buy or sell a home, you know who to contact! See what clients have to say about our team at Best Flagstaff Homes.
Tonight (September 28) is the Beats Antique concert at the Orpheum! Beats Antique is a bay-area group that mixes electric, acoustic, and traditional music, all rolled into one with a hint of “steampunk circus.” Legendary dancer and choreographer Zoe Jakes, with musicians David Satori and Tommy Cappel will put on a performance to dazzle the senses! Learn more at Orpheum Flagstaff.
This Friday Reel Rock 11 is playing at the Orpheum. This film is an annual celebration of the global rock climbing community, and a real treat for any outdoors fan. Doors open at 7:30, and tickets are for sale now at Reel Rock Tour.
Join the Phoenix Suns basketball team this Saturday at their scrimmage game at NAU’s Walkup Skydome! There will be a party before the game starts with lawn games, a kid’s club, and a chance to meet the Suns Gorilla. Aftewards meet the Suns team at an autograph session before they head back to the Valley. Visit Flagstaff 365 for details.
Put on your best dirndl/lederhosen and head down to Wheeler Park on Saturday for the Flagstaff Oktoberfest! In addition to the classic beer, the event will feature food, wine, live entertainment and a special ‘root beer garden’ for kids. Learn more at Oktoberfest.com.
Have a wonderful weekend, and if you ever want help buying or selling a home, contact The Elite Team. We’d love to meet with you!
The Flagstaff Science Festival starts this Friday! Featuring over 100 free events, this 10 day festival is not to be missed! The festivities get an early start Thursday evening at the Flagstaff Star Party.
Autumn is officially starting this Saturday in downtown Flagstaff at the Cornucopia Fall Festival. Featuring pony rides, a hay maze, live entertainment, and food/drinks from places like Fratelli Pizza, Big Foot BBQ, and Lumberyard Brewing Company, proceeds will benefit Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Flagstaff, Flagstaff Family Food Center, and Grand Canyon Youth. Admission is free to the first 250 people with donations of two non-perishable food items.
Tomorrow evening starts off the 3rd annual Flagstaff Star Party, the year’s ultimate celebration of our city’s beautiful dark skies! Enjoy the stars up close with telescopes, hone your artistic skills at a night photography workshop, and learn about asteroids at an evening lecture.
This Saturday Bright Angel Bicycles is sponsoring a bike ride around the Yaki point route at the South rim of the Grand Canyon. Bring your own bike or rent one on site. Visit Bike Grand Canyon to learn more.
This Thursday, come to the Flagstaff Visitor Center to celebrate the unveiling of a new replica of the historical “Old Two Spot” train. The Flagstaff Model Railroad Club will be at this event with displays and booths. Go to the event’s Facebook page for more information.
As always, we hope you have a great weekend and have an opportunity to get out and enjoy Flagstaff! Whenever you are interested in selling or buying a home, contact us at Best Flagstaff Homes.
This Friday and Saturday is Flagstaff’s Pickin’ In The Pines, showcasing bluegrass and acoustic music with famed artists such as Sam Bush, Jerry Douglas presents The Earls of Leicester, James Reams & The Barnstormers,The Haymarket Squares, and many more! Purchase tickets online at Pickin’ In The Pines.
This is the perfect workshop to hone your singing, dancing, and acting skills for your next audition! Presented by The Flagstaff Light Opera Company, this event goes from Saturday through Sunday and ends with a mock audition. Learn more at Flagstaff 365.
Get out your running shoes this Saturday for “The Coolest Marathon in Arizona” hosted by North Country Health Care and the Flagstaff Nordic Center. The race winds through an off-road trail in the Coconino National Forest, and all participants will get a free lunch, t-shirt, and finishers medal, while all proceeds benefit North Country’s Angel Fund. Register at Run Sign Up.
Want to get rid of stuff you don’t need? Looking for something? You can accomplish both goals at Hozhoni Foundation’s Rummage Sale fundraiser this Saturday.Enjoy coffee and an art gallery while browsing furniture, clothes, appliances, electronics, and more.
The Flagstaff Arts Council is now hosting open sessions for artists to come and have the experience of drawing from a live model, meeting each Monday night starting this coming Monday, the 19th. The events meets at the Coconino Center for the Arts and costs $11-$15 per session. Visit Flagstaff.com for more details.
Have a great weekend, and remember that if you are interested in buying or selling a home the Elite Team is here to help!
Take a look at the video that the Continental Country Club HOA had made. With amenities such as pools, fitness center, restaurants, tennis courts, and of course a 18 hole golf course this neighborhood has something for everyone. Located on the East side of town, close to parks, trails, shopping and restaurants. You can learn more about the Continental Country club here.
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Starting tomorrow through this Sunday is the 4th Annual Grand Canyon Salsa Festival. Held at Twin Arrows Casino, this event features workshops on Salsa, Bachata, Zouk, Kizomba, and more dances taught by renowned instructors and showcasing exciting dance performances each night! Visit Grand Canyon Salsa Festival for tickets!
This Saturday the Museum of Northern Arizona is hosting their 14th Annual Cowboy Poetry Gathering, featuring an afternoon of poetry, music, and entertainment that celebrates our American Southwest heritage. Visit AZ Daily Sun for more information.
Come out with your furry BFF this Saturday to Second Chance Center for Animals’ Barks and Brews festival! This great fundraiser helps support homeless animals while having a howling good time.Tickets come with a signiture event glass, a bandana for your dog, and 12 beer tastings from the best Flagstaff breweries! Go to Second Chance for more information.
This coming Monday, Victim Witness Services of Coconino County is hosting their 17th Annual fundraiser, A Taste of Flagstaff. With delicious food from 18 Flagstaff restaurants, silent auctions, and live music, what better way to start a new week while supporting a good cause? Learn more at VWS Coconino.
The Arizona Lottery is hosting an Arizona Trail Day at Buffalo Park. Start the morning off with a run, hike or ride through the trail followed by an afternoon of live music, an outdoor expo, raffle prizes, kids activities, and more!
As always, enjoy your weekend and life in our beautiful town! Whenever you are interested in buying or selling a home, Eric, Jessica and Sara will be happy to assist you!
This weekend is the Coconino County Fair! In addition to livestock/4-H showing, carnival rides, fun food and craft/produce competitions, several local groups such as Circus Bacchus and Fito Olivares will be performing. Military and senior admission discounts are available.
If you are a fan of demolition derby, the Sunrise Lions club (benefitting sight and hearing charities) are hosting a special show this Saturday and Sunday out at Fort Tuthill. Learn more at Flagstaff 365
Visit Meteor Crater this Saturday and get a signed copy of Neal F. Davis’s new novel “Images of America: Meteor Crater.” This event closes at 4pm, so plan on arriving early! Visit Flag Meteor for more information.
September 2-12 are Colorado River Days in Flagstaff! Enjoy a FREE wet workshop this Saturday and Sunday where your whole family will be able to experience live fish, interactive watershed examples, games and more. Go to Colorado River Days for a full schedule.
This is the last weekend for TheatriKIDS’ unique rendition of West Side Story, a tale of young love in the midst of brutal hatred and rival New York City gangs! Reserve your tickets today at Theatrikos.
We hope everyone has a great and restful Labor Day! If you are ever interested in buying or selling a home in Flagstaff, don’t hesitate to contact Eric, Jessica, or Sara at The Elite Team. We are here for you!
This Saturday the Flagstaff Airport is hosting Thunder Over Flagstaff, a fly-in and car display benefitting youth and aviation! A pancake breakfast, free airplane and optional helicopter rides, craft vendors, and a grand viewing of different planes and cars in action will all be featured.
Starting this Friday, TheatriKIDs is presenting a version of West Side Story, a searing Romeo & Juliet tale set in modern New York as two youth from rival street gangs fall in love with each other, turning their back on their family and culture’s vengance. Visit Theatrikos for tickets!
The 19th Annual Flagstaff Open Studios event takes you to 25 different locations to sample art and meet the artists, watching them at their work. Visit AZ Daily Sun for more details!
This Summer woods run is the final race in the Flagstaff Summer Running Series, and features a 5k, 15k, or 1k kid’s fun run to choose from. Only 400 runners are allowed and tickets have sold out every year, so sign up today if you want to save a spot! Visit AZ Nordic Village.
This Saturday St. Vincent De Paul is hosting a Run for the Poor race. Even if you don’t run, come watch and cheer on the contestants, including Fathers Pat and Dan who are running! Register at Race Entry to sign up.
Interested in the timeless craft of blacksmithing? This Saturday is your chance to take part in a two hour workshop covering anvil basics, heat colors/temperatures, and basic shaping techniques. Class size is limited so reserve your place today by calling (928) 774-6272.
Have fun this weekend, and remember that if you enjoying Flagstaff and want to settle down here, contact the Elite Team to start looking for a home.
This Friday the Arboretum is hosting a Meteor Shower campout from 4-9pm. Telescopes will be provided, as well as talks and learning sessions led by astronomers. Visit Arboretum at Flagstaff for more information.
This Saturday and Sunday is the Arizona Outdoors Expo, featuring the latest in hunting, camping, and fishing equipment. There will also be clinics on outdoor safety, education, RV and boat exhibits, and special activities for kids. Go to Pepsiamp to learn more!
Come to The Green Room downtown for this unique fundraiser that benefits the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. The event features performances by Flagstaff Aerial Arts, Kissidugu2 drumming, and stilt walking. There will also be art auctions and sales by the Indigo Art Market. Visit Flagstaff Greenroom for more information.
Support the Arizona Chapter of the National MS Society at this tasting event, featuring food from La Santisima Gourmet Taco Shop, Toasted Owl, Upslope Brewing Company, The State Bar, and more! The event takes place this Saturday at Riordan Mansion. For details, visit Flagstaff.com.
Hosted at the Continental Country Club driving range, at this event participants purchase numbered raffle balls which are dropped out of a helicopter over a golf pin, where the one that falls nearest to the target wins $1000. There will be refreshments and entertainment for the entire family, with event proceeds going towards the Shadows Foundation.
We hope everyone starting back to school has a good new semester, and please don’t hesitate to contact Eric, Jessica and Sara at the Elite Team with any questions you have on buying or selling a home.
This weekend Theatrikos Theatre Company is still presenting the 2008 Pulitzer Prize, Tony Award, and Drama Critics Circle Award-winning play August: Osage County. This is a play that you will not want to miss! Visit Theatrikos to book tickets today.
Head out to the Museum of Northern Arizona this weekend for the Navajo Festival of Arts and Culture. The event features work from over 50 Navajo artists, and there will be authentic food, performances, and programs on hoop and other traditional dances. Learn more at Flagstaff 365.
This Saturday Machine Solutions is hosting their 38th Annual Run and Walk marathon to benefit the Children’s Health Center at FMC. Sign up for a 2k walk/run, a 5k run, or 10k run. Visit Machine Solutions Run for more information!
On August 7th, 14th, and 21st the Flagstaff Symphony Summer Concert Series continues, with local chamber groups such as Slugs from Space and the Elden Brass Quintet. Visit FSO.com for more.
All through this week is the second annual Merveilles African Arts Gathering! Listen to and learn music and dance forms from various parts of Africa, as well as sampling traditional food and fashion. Go to Indigenous Center.org for tickets and an event schedule.
Have a great weekend, stay dry, and remember to contact the Elite Team with any home related-questions.