Mar 26 Sunday
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NONPROFITS: APPLY FOR GRANT FUNDINGIf you are a 501(c) organization looking for additional funding, consider applying for a city grant by 12:00 pm on Thursday, April 27. Grant applications are available for programs, activities, or events that provide a public service or benefit for residents of Sedona and are consistent with the city’s funding priorities. Individual grant amounts have typically ranged from $2,000 to $20,000.To receive an application, complete the request form located at sedonaaz.gov/grants.
Light and Legacy: The Art and Techniques of Edward S. Curtis will offer museum guests an opportunity to view one of the largest collections of Curtis material with a breadth and depth rarely presented in a single exhibition. On display will be a set of The North American Indian, a lavish, richly illustrated publication devoted to the more than 80 different Native American Peoples Curtis visited, often on numerous occasions.
Light and Legacy: The Art and Techniques of Edward S. Curtis will be featured in the Halle Foundation Great Hall and the Pulliam Fine Arts Gallery of Western Spirit: Scottsdale’s Museum of the West. This monumental exhibition is made possible with generous sponsorship from The Peterson Family; The Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust: Charles F., Jennifer E., and John U. Sands; Theodore “Ted” Stephan; Scottsdale Art Auction; True West Magazine: Ken Amorosano & Bob Boze Bell; and the City of Scottsdale and its Tourism Development Commission.
The Arizona Pastel Artists Association (APAA) brings its International Exhibition and Sale to the Phippen Museum in Prescott from February 19 to April 23, 2023. Pastel works prized for their brilliant color will be on display and for sale at this open and juried show.
A grand opening reception will be held on March 4th from 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM. The reception includes a pastel demonstration and awards ceremony, both of which are open to the public and free of charge.
The free demonstration by awards judge and internationally recognized realist painter, Natasha Isenhour, will be held at 10:30 AM on the 4th. Isenhour is also hosting a three-hour pastel workshop on March 3, 2023, from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM. Pre-registration and a fee is required for this workshop.
The Arizona Pastel Artists Association seeks to inspire artists and collectors alike. This 7th annual show includes works from the United States and Europe. Art collectors and enthusiasts will find something special amidst a selection of figurative, landscape, still life and abstract works.
For more information please visit: apaa.wildapricot.org.
Join Flagstaff’s Open Spaces program as we celebrate Arizona Archaeology and Heritage Awareness Month with a guided hike of Picture Canyon, led by archaeologist Peter Pilles. Dress for the weather, and wear sturdy boots/shoes. The hike is about 2 miles long and with stops will take about 2 hours. Meet at the Picture Canyon trail head at 1pm, or catch the shuttle van from Killip Elementary School starting at 12pm. Hope to see you there!
21+ Event – OH69 – Degenerate Bingo For Grown Folks On Sundays at Yucca North
All Supplies Included - Happy Hour Specials - Utterly Useless Prizes
Come join us for an afternoon cap while playing Bingo! You don't need to bring anything but a buddy or two and a sense of humor.
There will be laughs, music and of course BINGO!
This is a 21+ Event - 4 PM - 6 PM Sundays - Hosted by Mattx
RSVP on Facebook! https://fb.me/e/3kI80gfD4
On Sunday, March 26, 2023 at 5 p.m., the saxophone ensemble from the Desert Hills Community School of Music (DHCSM) will perform a spring-themed concert on the Desert Ridge Marketplace stage (21001 N Tatum Blvd, Phoenix). Led by Jeffrey Anthony, Director of Traditional Music at Desert Hills Presbyterian Church, the concert will feature a program of works intended to celebrate the season, including “Spring” from Vivaldi’s “The Four Seasons,” traditional German spring songs called “Frühlingslieder,” a popular song from 1950 called “Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White,” and many others. The School of Music is still inviting saxophone players of all ages and ability levels to join the ensemble; there is a one-time $25 participation fee, and all musicians who sign up will receive a free 45-minute saxophone lesson with Jeffrey Anthony.
Located at the foot of the boulders on the campus of Desert Hills Presbyterian Church, DHCSM offers world-class music instruction for all ages and ability levels, in both group and individual settings. In addition to the saxophone ensemble, the School’s current offerings include group piano for adults, group guitar, and music exploration for ages 6-10, as well as private lessons for piano and woodwinds, with more instruments being added.
To learn more about the Spring Saxophone Ensemble Concert and other upcoming events from DHCSM, visit https://www.deserthillsmusic.org/events. To join the saxophone ensemble, visit https://www.deserthillsmusic.org/register.
Vegetable Gardeningwith Hattie Braun
$15This four-week series will help you get started with this year’s vegetable garden! Week 1 is Planning Your Vegetable Garden, by Jim Mast; Week 2 is Best Vegetable Varieties for Coconino County, by Hattie Braun; Week 3 is Making the Most of Your Seeds and Starts, by Gayle Gratop; and Week 4 is Understanding Garden Soils and Composting, by Hattie Braun and Frank Branham.
This course is available either in-person at CCC's Fourth Street Campus, or through Zoom.
The course instructors are all Master Gardeners with the Coconino Cooperative Extension. This program is offered in partnership with the University of Arizona Coconino Cooperative Extension.
Artistic Director, James Klein and the Camerata Chamber Singers will present All Creatures Great & Small concert the evening of Sunday, March 26th. Come listen to the beautiful voices of CCS as they take you on a sometimes serious, sometime humorous, but always delightful musical journey through the wonders of the animal kingdom. Featuring Missa Brevis The Lightning Bug Mass by Korean composer, Ji-Hoon Park.
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