Holidays in Prescott'Tis the Season! Celebrate the holidays.
Prescott’s holiday season line-up will please everyone with live music, an outside Christmas Market, German Food and drink, Santa Visits, a New Year’s Eve Party, and More
It may be a little early for Christmas, but it’s not too early to sign up for a merrymaking event that benefits one of our local nonprofit heroes during the holidays.
Festival of Trees Prescott is seeking a few more businesses to participate in the 2023 event. The festival features a wide range of sponsorship opportunities, from decorating a tree or wreath to sponsoring a table.
This year, event profits go to Yavapai CASA for Kids Foundation, which plays the important role of working to enrich the lives of current and former foster youth and supporting the CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) program.
This December, prepare for an unforgettable evening of festive holiday dance and music: A Nutcracker Christmas Celebration, Saturday and Sunday, December 17 and 18.
If you are fortunate enough to be on Whiskey Row in downtown Prescott at the stroke of 10:00 p.m. or midnight on New Year’s Eve, you will experience the thrilling one-of-a-kind spectacle that is the Whiskey Row Boot Drop.
Thousands will welcome 2023 on Saturday, December 31, 2022, from 8:00 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. during the 13th annual event, which is free to attend.
The annual Festival of Trees Prescott is a forest wonderland of beautifully decorated holiday trees and wreaths, which are up for auction … and it’s for a great cause.
This community event, which takes place this year from November 16–19 at the Sam Hill Warehouse in Prescott, benefits Prescott Area Shelter Services (PASS).
Organizers of Prescott’s annual holiday attractions have added a new event for 2022. Inspired by a centuries-old European tradition, Prescott’s inagural Christmas Village & Christkindl Market will feature holiday gift items from more than 20 local vendors, German-style foods, a beer and mulled wine garden, a carousel, live Christmas music, visits with Santa, and horse-drawn carriage rides around the beautifully lit Courthouse Plaza. The event will be open Friday and Saturday, December 16 and 17 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday, December 18 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on West Goodwin Street in downtown Prescott. Admission is free.
What started out as just-for-fun artwork on Instagram, “The Artsy Blonde” gained a number of followers, including a Phoenix-based mother-daughter team in search of an illustrator for their book. “Princess Pippa & The Crown of Kindness” is a sweet story about a little girl who believes lipstick makes her beautiful. Throughout the book, she learns that a heart of gold allows beauty to shine from within, and Kelly said, “That is the message I want girls to hear and take to heart.”
Now let’s skip ahead to December. It’s chilly and crisp during the day and the evenings are filled with cozy fires and marshmallows bobbing up and down in hot chocolate, in giant ceramic mugs. The holidays are in full effect, whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza, or any other type of gathering. Invites to spend time with family and friends are coming in the mail. While it’s always nice to be invited, it’s often hard to know what to bring for the hosts (and it’s impolite to show up to a house empty-handed). Rafter Eleven is the perfect place to create a unique and local gift for your hosts and hostesses. There’s something for the coffee obsessed, the wine lover, the gourmet food aficionado, and the avid learner (think vouchers for our paint-and-sip and cooking classes). You can create your own gift basket or give the Rafter Eleven team a budget and a theme and they can have it ready for pickup upon arrival!
Creating the Healthy, Resilient Community We All Want: Look for Opportunities to Support Parents, Every Day
Parenting is a difficult job any time of year. During the holiday season—despite all the warm fuzzies we’re feeling—it can be even more so. We’ve started turning on the heat in the house, our children need new coats, and we’re in pursuit of that special holiday gift.
You probably remember the phrase, “Home is where the heart is.” Candlelight makes a house a home, doesn’t it? It bids you welcome. It heralds the beginning of the evening with a whisper. Candlelight signifies that all will be well.
That’s why her tagline is “Beauty becomes you,” she said, because when women feel beautiful, they feel great … and radiate confidence.
The stylists at Penelope’s Permanent Cosmetics and Salon Boutique can create beautiful up ‘dos for holiday parties and events, or simply for a new look in the New Year.
After making the Whiskey Row New Year’s Eve Boot Drop a virtual event in 2021, planners of this year’s event — the eleventh annual — are ready to help folks mark the start of 2022 in a big way—in person. Revelers can join the celebration from 8 p.m. Friday, December 31 through 12:30 a.m. January 1 on Montezuma Street downtown. The event, which will feature “boot drops” at 10 p.m. and midnight, is free to all ages, and event promoters encourage safe celebrating at this outdoor event.