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What's Happening: Jan. 23, 2013
Salmon plays at The Horn for Fourth FridayJan. 25The newly reopened Horn Saloon is ready to celebrate the first Camp Verde Free Fourth Friday event of 2013 on Friday 5-8 p.m. The Horn has invited local singer-songwriter Robin Dean Salmon to the stage to perform new songs off his upcoming CD. He will begin playing at 5 p.m. For the first fourth Friday of 2013, Chef Devin will present his first dinner special of the year.The Horn invites everyone to come out and celebrate free fourth Friday in the newly marked entertainment district of Camp Verde with them.
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The Horn for Fourth Friday

Jan. 25

The newly reopened Horn Saloon is ready to celebrate the first Camp Verde Free Fourth Friday event of 2013 on Friday 5-8 p.m.

The Horn has invited local singer-songwriter Robin Dean Salmon to the stage to perform new songs off his upcoming CD.

He will begin playing at 5 p.m. For the first fourth Friday of 2013, Chef Devin will present his first dinner special of the year.

The Horn invites everyone to come out and celebrate free fourth Friday in the newly marked entertainment district of Camp Verde with them.

Hopi interpretations of symbols

Jan. 24

The January meeting of the Verde Valley Chapter of the Arizona Archaeological Society will be held at the Sedona Public Library on Thursday at 7 p.m. The Arizona Humanities Council speaker will be Micah Loma'omvaya Loma'omvaya, a Hopi tribal member of the Bear Clan from Songoopavi Village on Second Mesa, Arizona. His topic will beTapamveni nit Tutuveni: Hopi Interpretations of ancient Petroglyph and Pottery Symbols of the Southwest. Many ancient petroglyphs have been left as cultural resources, providing irreplaceable sources of knowledge and communication about ancient ways of life, beliefs, and practices.



Quail Country Quilters meet

Jan. 24

Quail Country Quilters will begin with a business meeting, followed by Show & Tell and some "New Ideas and Gadgets." They meet on the second and fourth Thursdays at 9 a.m. at the VFW Post, 705 E. Aspen in Cottonwood. Visitors are encouraged and always welcome! Any questions, call Bev at 634-9411.



Sedona Awakening stories performed with improvisational theater

Jan. 30

Almost everyone in Sedona has an amazing story about how they got here. At 7 p.m. on Wednesday in the Si Birch room of the Sedona Library, some of these stories will be enacted using improvisational theater.

Last year, Sedona editor and publisher Richard Carmen put out a Sedona-wide query for submissions of true stories about how residents came to live in Sedona. The result is the book "Sedona Awakenings: Amazing True Stories." Marjorie Timms thought the stories would be perfect to bring to life using her improvisational theater method called "Mindful Improvisation."

Come see "Sedona Awakening: Amazing True Stories!" performed using improvisational theater at the Sedona Library. Cost is $10-$20 sliding scale. For more information, call 284-4021.



Mingus Baseball & Softball Alumni Games & BBQ

Feb. 2

Come out and support the Mingus High School Baseball & Softball programs on Saturday at the Varsity fields as the Mingus Alumni showcase their talents and take on the 2013 Mingus Baseball and Softball players.

The event will kick off with the Baseball Alumni game at 11 a.m. and the Softball Alumni game will take place at 2 p.m. There will be a BBQ to satisfy your cravings, serving hamburgers and hot dogs for sale throughout the event. In addition, donations will be accepted at the gate as well as a 50/50 raffle will be taking place. All proceeds will benefit the Mingus Baseball and Softball programs.

For more information contact Baseball Coach Bob Young at ryoung@muhs.com or Softball Coach John Brown at jbrown@redrockcollision.com.



Jerome First Saturday Art Walk celebrates the love of art

Feb. 2

Jerome continues its love affair with art on Saturday with the First Saturday Art Walk. Just in time for Valentine's Day, the 24 galleries and studios of Jerome will be brimming over with visual delights. There will be plenty of chocolate, music and good conversation at this vibrant event. Meet the artists that night and mingle with other art lovers who are drawn to this charming mountain town. Make a night of it with dinner at one of the town's delicious restaurants. Maybe even spend the night at one of the delightful B&B's or hotels. The event starts at 5 p.m. There is plenty of parking and a shuttle is available to transport visitors to galleries and studios.

The Jerome Art Walk is an event that has become a great Northern Arizona tradition on the First Saturday of each month.

For more information contact Donna at (928) 649-2277.

Free support group for caregivers of Alzheimer's patients

Feb. 6

Each month Verde Valley Presbyterian Church hosts a free support group to address issues faced by caregivers of Alzheimer's patients. Meetings are held the first Wednesday of each month from 10 to 11 a.m. (please arrive by 9:45 a.m.) Verde Valley Presbyterian Church is located at 1500 E. Hombre Drive in Cottonwood.

This support group is open to all. For information, call Barbara at (928) 634-2638 or Fran at (928) 634-6495.



Lunch & Learn: Growing Alfalfa Sprouts

Feb. 6

Have you ever wanted to grow your own sprouts at home?

It's simple, economical, and easy using any size wide mouth jar.

On Wednesday at noon, the Camp Verde Library kicks off its "brown bag" lunch hour series with a 45-minute class on how to grow a delicious variety of sprouts from seeds, nuts, bean, and legumes. Learn how you can enjoy the fabulous taste and freshness of growing your own.

Class will be led by new Camp Verde resident and author, Honey Judith Rubin, who will share her decades of experience with sprouting.

Program is free and open to the public.

Beaver Creek Library Yard Sale

Feb. 9

Friends of Beaver Creek Library invites everyone to the FBCL Yard Sale on Saturday. The sale goes from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Ranch House Restaurant in Lake Montezuma. Many new and quality items are featured. Shop and have lunch at one easy location. Please no early birds. All proceeds go to the new Beaver Creek Library.



Rotellini to speak to DORR

Feb. 10

Democrats of the Red Rocks will hold its Annual Meeting on Sunday 5-7 p.m. at St. Andrews Episcopal Church, 100 Arroyo Pinon Drive, Sedona. Felicia Rotellini as the guest speaker.

Known as a veteran prosecutor and consumer advocate, she was the Democratic candidate for AZ State Attorney general in 2010.

She has served in the Attorney General's office for 13 years.

All are welcome. Light food will be served. Donations accepted.

DORR to get Supreme Court preview

Feb. 21

Democrats of the Red Rocks (DORR) will have its next monthly breakfast on Thursday at 8 a.m. at the Olde Sedona Bar & Grill, 1407 W. 89A in Sedona. Dr. Glenn Phelps, political science professor at Northern Arizona University, reviews the cases before the Supreme Court in the coming months of 2013. Cost is $11, which includes breakfast and gratuity. For reservations email breakfast@democratsoftheredrocks.org or call 203-5858. DORR breakfasts are held on the third Thursday of the month.



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