Holidays in Prescott'Tis the Season! Celebrate the holidays.
The year is winding down, but not before major holidays like Christmas, Hanukkah and the New Year, which typically entail some sort of gifting, whether it’s a present wrapped up under the tree or a gift basket for the host who opened their home to you on a chilly winter’s night. At Rafter Eleven we believe gift giving should come from the heart and bring people together, which is why our customized gift baskets make the ideal holiday gift for just about anyone on your list.
Check out the 2020Gift Guide featuring items from Clotheshound, Armadilla Wax Works, Bella by Leah, Hike Shack, Mary & Ed, Purple Clover, and SmartGirls.
“A grateful heart” may seem like an odd subject for a design and build remodeling company … but we don’t think so, given that we’re entering the season where we reflect on the past year (and wasn’t this one a doozy?!) and think about our blessings. This is also a time when we take stock and look to improve our performance, both professionally and personally.
Linda Caldwell and her husband, David, are part owners of The Marketplace on Cortez, an eclectic vintage shop in the heart of downtown Prescott, which sits side-by-side with its sister store, Cortez Street Emporium. The Marketplace holds a fine selection of antiques, paint products, refurbished furniture, home décor, and gifts.
Year-round—and especially now—candles are an “essential business,” bringing calm and comfort with their warm glow and soothing fragrance.
A new year and a new decade have begun, and we are excited about the trends for 2020!
Check out the 2019 Gift Guide featuring items from Allan’s Flowers, Clotheshound, Watson & Willow, Armadilla Wax Works, Hike Shack, Florian, and Bella by Leah
Joan Dwyer is one of Prescott’s very own published authors.
She has lived in Northern Arizona for the past 20 years but moved to Prescott three years ago for the milder winters. She is an established author, but her most recent joy is her children’s book, “The Candy Cane Princess.”
If you’re looking for personal, thoughtful gift options this holiday season, look no further than Armadilla Wax Works in Prescott Valley. Founded in 1971 by husband-and-wife team Denise Jenike and Kent Buttermann, this beautiful shop offers a wide variety of handmade candles, soaps, lotions, and unique art pieces.
For almost as long as people have owned cars, they’ve been driving around to view Christmas lights from the comfort of their vehicles, often with hot chocolate and cookies in hand. Once your parents treat you to this holiday tradition, you’re likely to carry it on for the rest of your life to rekindle those warm childhood holiday memories.
The Great Room makes Holiday Parties Memorable. By Thomas Reilly, owner Renovations We all have a place in our homes where we feel comfortable entertaining our friends and family. Over the past decade or so in homebuilding and design, there has been a trend toward...