It is hard to believe that the calendar has turned to November and the holidays are upon us. While most parts of the United States will be celebrating in the cold and snow, residents of Prescott, Arizona are expecting sunny weather for their festivities. Prescott is a thriving Western city that prides itself in diversity, culture, and recreation. November’s schedule is filled with events and entertainment for the whole family!
There are several musical events that will be taking place in the city this month. On Saturday, November 7, the Elks Opera House will be presenting “Manhattan Dolls”, produced by Lonely Street Productions. Fans of the Big Band Era will be grooving to the Golden Oldies as a tribute to our men and women in uniform. On November 11, the Women’s Chorale, Community Chorale and Symphonic Band of Yavapai College will be honoring our service people with a live concert and a Color Guard. On that same afternoon, the whole city will be honoring our veterans with a parade that will be celebrating through the center of town.
On November 15, the Ambry Riddle Aeronautical University will be hosting a 60 member band ensemble for an afternoon of great musical enjoyment. For Bob Seger fans, the Elks Theatre & Performing Arts Center is featuring The Live Bob Seger Experience performed by the Sam Morrison Band on November 20. Fans can enjoy an eclectic mix from over 40 years of the iconic singer’s music. Then on November 21, Lonely Streets Productions will be preforming a tribute to the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, in the Elks Opera House. The band will be moving and grooving to the late star’s music, from his MoTown beginnings to his multi-platinum tracks.
Theater enthusiasts are welcome to the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center on November 17 for a breathtaking evening of music and dance from the famed Bolshoi Theater in Moscow. The show will be televised from Russia. On November 22, the Center will be presenting works from the beloved composer Brahms, played by the Phoenix Symphony in Prescott. Fans of comedy are welcomed to the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center on November 14 to laugh with the antics of the Mile High Comedy Theater.
Each Saturday in November, the Highland Center for Natural History invites residents for free nature walks with some of their experienced naturalists. On November 14, the Center will be hosting a bird walk for anyone who is interested in bird watching. This is the perfect time for parents to teach their children about the wonders of nature.
The holidays are around the corner and the residents of Prescott get ready in a big way. From November 21 to January 5, people are invited to tour Prescott’s Ginger Bread Village. It is the largest ginger bread display in the world. The display is located in the Prescott Resort and Conference Center, which will be open 24/7. There are literally hundreds of gingerbread houses in this village to see .The evening of November 28, Prescott will be kicking off the holidays with their perennial Holiday Light Parade. The parade has been a tradition for over twenty years. There will be dazzling and festive floats and a community bonfire.
Holiday shoppers can take advantage of early-bird shopping at the Annual Pre-Holiday Shopping Bazaar in the Highlands Center for Natural History. Visitors get free admission and can visit the scores of vendors who have crafted beautiful gifts and decorations for sale. Many of the vendors feature lovely items made from natural materials or upcycled things. It is the best place to find gifts for everyone on the shopping list.
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