As things begin to cool down in Arizona, people flock to Prescott. Welcoming visitors, the town puts on a host of activities to keep both residents and guests entertained for the entire month of November.
Tsunami on the Square’s Balloonfish Bash
If you like fire dancing, belly dancing, and jazz music, then make sure to be at Granite Creek Park at the ramada (gazebo) on November 8th from 6pm to 9:30pm. There will be jazz music, presented by the wonderful Jazz Workshop Band and Albert Sarko. Frankie Cardamone and Healther Marriott will be there to wow attendees with their awe-inspiring juggling skills. It’s a fundraiser for Tsunami on the Square with a suggested $10 donation per person. If you can dress like an authentic balloonfish, your admission is free! Visit www.tsunamionthesquare.com for more information and updates as they become available.
Charles Lindbergh: Lone Eagle
This fascinating stage performance, by film and TV actor Steve Carroll (of ABC’s One Life to Live), will take you through the fascinating life of this iconic American, Charles Lindbergh. Learn about his political leanings that earned him suspicions of being a Nazi sympathizer and an anti-Semite, as well as the infamous Lindbergh kidnapping that gripped the nation. The show starts at both 2pm and 7:30pm on November 8th and 9th at the Prescott Center for the Arts, www.pfaa.net.
The Eagles Tribute
Rock and roll comes to the mountains for just one night! One of These Nights is an Eagles tribute band that tours the country and brings the stage presence and one of a kind sound of this iconic rock band to towns all over the country. You’ll experience all of the Eagles’ biggest hits from “Hotel California” to “Lyin’ Eyes” to “One of These Nights”. One of These Nights has long been known for their excellent accuracy to the true sound of the Eagles. If you’ve always wanted to see the Eagles, this is the next best thing. The show starts on November 16th at the Elks Theatre & Performing Arts Center located on 117 East Gurley Street, Prescott.
The Odd Couple
Join the Prescott Center of the Arts as they honor the long loved Neil Simon play depicting the unorthodox pairing of roommates Oscar Madison and Felix Unger. Oscar is a divorced slob while Felix is a neat-freak recently separated from his wife. The pair clash comically over various frays. The play have always elicited favorable reviews from patrons, go see it for yourself November 20 to December 1.
People from all over Arizona create stunning and creative displays of gingerbread art to form one of the largest displays of holiday cheer anywhere. These gingerbread houses are collected and proudly displayed in the Prescott Resort’s lobby for the entire holiday season. The grand opening takes place on November 22nd and is complete with rollicking carolers and cookies to munch on to bring on the holiday cheer. The village is then open free of charge to visitors 24/7 until the end of the year.
November is filled to the brim with activities for every interest. Whether the snow is falling or not, everyone is sure to have something to look forward to this month. If you’re interested in Prescott homes for sale or even more events in the Prescott area, contact area expert Tim Eastman.